Karen Lewis is a screen printer, fabric designer, quilter and author of Screen Printing at Home and Wabi Sabi Sewing. She lives on the edge of Leeds, Yorkshire in the UK with her husband and three children. Much adored Cockerpoo, Scout, is also part of the clan and when Karen isn’t knee deep in paint and fabric, she and Scout can be found exploring around and about the fields by her house. Karen teaches printing and textiles at workshops around the UK and overseas, including Quiltcon, and is one third of the UK based collective The Thread House with fellow quilters Lynne Goldsworthy and Jo Avery.
Who doesn't love washi tape? It's a must have for any crafter or planner! Karen loves it for holding up quilt blocks, popping inspirational bits of fabric on her sewing room wall, as well as for the conventional use of making wrapped presents pretty and marking her journal with bullet points.
Washi tape is a low tack paper tape that won't mark where you position it and makes it easily removable.
Karen choose two of her favourite Blueberry Park designs and turned them into fun rolls of tape 15mm x 10m (1/2inch x 10ft ) long. This is a combo pack that includes Dalmatians in Pickle + Allotments in Teal.