Where can you purchase?
Get your calendar from Redbubble – for Australians + rest of the world – very reasonable postage to Europe, Asian, South America. RedBubble calendars are satin-coated prints on high quality art paper. They’re A3 size (that’s 297x420mm, or 11.69×16.54″).
Get your calendar from lulu – for US residents (postage to rest of the world is a little expensive – but the calendar is a little less expensive). Lulu standard calendar is 11″ x 17″ (open) on gloss paper.
Thank you to everyone who entered the 2010 whipup calendar comp. You can check out all the entries here.
Thank you also to our fabulous judges:
Nicole of craftapalooza and also regular contributor to whipup
Justine of the wonderful crafty zine: Mixtape zine
Jan from the fabulous design blog: poppytalk
Kate of wildslings and occasional book reviewer at whipup
Lisa Solomon – fabulous artist: Lisa Solomon
Pip author and crafty entrepreneur: meet me at mikes
Sandra from her zen art and whose viking softie was our cover image from last years calendar
Jonathan – brother, IT helper at whipup, the dude behind the new fabulous easy ad system: igloo
Who are the participants:
COVER: Susan Chi (Tada’s Revolution), Grand Theft Auto, 2009. Characters crocheted with yarn.
JANUARY: Margaret Oomen, Homage to sea sew, 2009. Sea stones & wood slice covered with handmade crocheted lace, vintage thimbles, sea glass, feathers, ferns & moss.
FEBRUARY: Fiona Lech, Hexagon pincushion, 2009. Machine sewn & hand finished using new & vintage fabrics & buttons.
MARCH: Tania Patritti (Ninon), The Cherrybomb Family, 2009. Made with new & recycled fabric, filled with polyfil.
APRIL: Shannah Burton, Hare, 2009. Made with wool felt, machine stitched & hand embroidered.
JUNE: Eva Monleón (Misako Mimoko), Doli Bank Robber, 2009. Made with vintage fabrics, stuffed with polyfill with a hand embroidered face.
JULY: Laura Amiss, Little legs, 2009. Made with free hand machine embroidery (cotton, muslin, felt & lace).
AUGUST: Maya Donenfeld, Summer Dreams, 2008. Made with vintage pillow cases & grosgrain ribbon.
SEPTEMBER: Malka Dubrawsky, Big Nate Quilt, 2009. Made with hand dyed & commercial fabric, machine pieced & machine quilted.
NOVEMBER: Blair Stocker, Morning Mitts (in progress), 2008. Morning Mitts from ‘The Knitters Book of Yarn’, using Noro Kureyon
DECEMBER: Maritza Soto (Soto softies), Love is in the air, 2008. Made with wool felt, fabric, polyfil, plastic safety eyes & embroidery floss.