About Blue Feather Products
Blue Feather Products manufactures innovative tools designed to solve simple but annoying problems that confront us every day. Feather and John King started the company in 1980. Our unique products are primarily the result of Feather’s creativity applied to solving her frustrations. Remember that old saying, “necessity is the mother of invention”? Feather, a lifelong seamstress, cook and baker, spends her work time designing these tools and organizing aids. When she is annoyed that something is not easy to manage or more functional, she ponders awhile, visualizes and networks until she finds a simple effective solution. Grabbit Magnetic Pincushion, which created a niche to handle sewing pins in an entirely new way, the round BobbinSaver for controlling sewing machine bobbins, the MyPad for Needles to store partially used sewing machine needles, and many more tools recognized and appreciated in home sewing and quilting, are examples of Feather’s ingenuity. These products are now seen at Grabbit Sewing Tools website. Blue Feather Products now sells an expanding selection of magnetic holders for home and office, unique storage aids, and new innovative sewing tools.
Meet Our Wonderful Team
Feather - Our President and Fearless Leader
Feather is the women behind the curtain, so to speak. She loves to create useful and clever products that will help people accomplish goals, whether for work or hobbies. She is a perfectionist and her inventions reflect this value. When she isn't working at Blue Feather Products, she is tucked away in her sewing room making things and getting ideas.
John - Our Vice President and First Mate
John makes sure that Blue Feather Products keeps on course. He does the books and projections, makes sure we have component materials, and handles the multitude of complex paperwork associated with owning a business. When John isn't at his desk, he immerses himself in historical and political books. He can also be found tracking the travels of his daughter Hilary, feeding Maddie the dog, and mowing the lawn. Feather wishes he would watch out more carefully for the water standpipes.