It’s been a while…

It has been too long since I’ve posted anything! I’ve been busy adding new designs to my Society6 store — take a look at the pillows below to see the designs I’ve recently added — and working on some other projects.


I’ll be one of 10 artists and artisans participating in a Spring Boutique this weekend. Here are the details; I hope you can join us!

Visit with ten artists and artisans as they showcase their latest creations, including fine art, jewelry, note cards, magnetic memo boards, photography, tote bags, fabric belts, vintage wallpaper creations, mugs, accessories for knitters/crocheters, and more.

The group includes:
Keira Boertzel-Smith
Beth Burstein
Desiree Cubeddu
Maryann Didriksen
Yvette Lucas
Cat Morris
Maria Papale
Amy Faye Polen
Stefanie Silverman
Kathleen Vandervoort

Stefanie Silverman’s Studio
19 Windsor Place
Upper Montclair, NJ 07043

Friday, May 30, 5 pm to 9 pm
Saturday, May 31, 11 am to 5 pm

Admission: Free


Keep Calm and Carry Yarn!

I’m proud to announce that my Society6 shop is up and running! I’ve uploaded a few of my Keep Calm and Carry Yarn designs, along with one of my “hand knit” designs. So far, each design is available as a print, or on iPhone or Galaxy phone cases, and even on mugs. I’ll offer other items, like pillows and tote bags — and more designs — over time.

Society6 is offering $5 off each item and free shipping worldwide on items in my shop through for the next four days — through Sunday 4/13.

You can find the site permanently at:, but to get the limited time offer, click the “free shipping worldwide” link above.

Here’s a preview of the shop:


I hope you enjoy the items — I can’t wait to get my Keep Calm and Carry Yarn phone case!

Knitted wallpaper? Why not!

I was scrolling through some Spoonflower posts on Facebook this afternoon and saw that they recently did a feature on wallpaper that looks like knitting. I’ve been thinking about re-papering my front hall using one of my “Hand Knit” prints. I’ve made all the prints in that collection available as fabric, gift wrap and wallpaper.

I’m thinking about using my “Wheat Reverse” print. What do you think?


I really love the “Lime Reverse” but it just doesn’t work with the colors on the first floor of my house: