Introducing Natalie Santini of Hungry Hippie Sews

on February 8 | in Board & Contributors | by | with 5 Comments

 Natalie Santini of Hungry Hippie Sews started sewing in 2009 when she moved to England and her world has never been the same. She is back in the USA now, in the glorious cheese capitol of Wisconsin. She works during the day as an RN, but her “real job” is making sewing and quilting patterns intended for the confident beginner. She lists tutorials on her blog for all sewing levels, and shares her sewing mishaps too – because nobody’s perfect right?! Sewing and quilting are her passions and keep her happy and mostly sane (though her husband would beg to differ.) She enjoys lots of color everywhere and in her neighborhood they’re known as “the people with the pink fridge”. You can see my awesome fridge on IG @sewhungryhippie or pOp over to her blog. It’s SO fun meeting other Makers, so if it’s not possible to meet in person then drop her a note and have a virtual cup-o-joe. OH–and why hungryhippie? Because she’s an Earth-loving, tree-hugging, recycle-everything-known-to-WoMan, anti-styrofoam, always-hungry Mama.

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5 Responses to Introducing Natalie Santini of Hungry Hippie Sews

  1. Wendy says:

    YAY Natalie is the bestest

  2. julie spear says:

    These are so cute! I ha e followed Natalie on IG for a whole and her projects are always colorful and fabulous! But, somehow I overlooked that she had a blog….? Happy for her as a contriutor on your site! What an excellent collaboration!!

  3. I look forward to reading Natalie’s blog (I did sign up for her newsletter!) thank you for the introduction!

  4. Linda Caraway says:

    I to am an RN who shares your passion for sewing/crafting/repurposing and hunger!! Blessings on your new adventure!

  5. Lynne Tilley says:

    I’m dying to see the tutorial on the glitter zipper cases, but the sites keep directing back to each other as the place to get the full tutorial. I may just be a dumb bunny, but can you tell me where the actual tutorial is? Thanks!

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