Hopping around and a WINNER!

Have you been hopping along with the STITCHED instructors this month? The tutorials have all been super fun, Be sure and check them out!

STITCHED is a subscription-based community with a slew of awesome instructors, workshops, prizes and more!

My STITCHED workshop is a comprehensive paper piecing tutorial. We make a block, from beginning to end, of an original pattern I designed just for STITCHED. I share all of my tips, hints and suggestions that I have accumulated from my years of paper piecing and teaching beginners.

Everybody Hop!
March 1st  – Deborah of Deborah’s Journal; Blog Hop: Handwriting on Fabric
March 6th – Jackie of Stitchworks; Blog Hop: Printed Fabric, Printed Fabric part 2
March 8th –  Mollie of Wild Olive; Blog Hop: Honey Bee Candle Mat
March 15th – Jennifer of Sewhooked (that’s me…woohoo! AND this is my sister’s birthday!)
March 20th – Kelli of Kelli Nina Perkins
March 22nd – Tracie of Radical Recycks
March 27th – Alma of Alma Stoller
March 29th – Ann Tucker of The Lavendar Tree

STITCHED Tutorial Blog Hop

My Blog Hop tutorial is March 15. Here’s a sneak peek!

In honor of my participation in the STITCHED Tutorial Blog Hop, get 15% off your TOTAL PURCHASE from the Sewhooked Shop during the month of March with coupon code MARCH15. Not valid on etsy or craftsy.


And, we have a winner! Carol’s comment on my Learning Center post wins the free PDF pattern of her choice from the Sewhooked Shop!

Carol’s been a long-time Sewhooked reader and commenter. Her comment was an inspiration and such a surprise to me. Carol, please email me and let me know which pattern you’d like from the Shop. And? Congrats! Thank you so much for sharing your story!


Hi Jennifer, Something you may not know about me is that I was in a near fatal rollover in November, 2009. My recovery took a big leap when I stumbled onto your website. I was looking for pillowcase directions after reading about the One Million Pillowcase challenge. It wasn’t long before I became a dedicated FAN of TTMT. I have been so inspired by your patterns, your enthusiasm for trying new things, and the designing and crafting you do for good. You inspired me to take a beginning quilting class to renew very rusty skills. I tried paper-piecing when you drafted the Stars for Linus pattern and asked quilters to make and send blocks. It was a great feeling to complete a block – finishing something has been huge for me – and send it to you to become part of a larger project. When I read your article on the Quilting Gallery today and saw the beautiful examples, I was reminded about how you have played a major role in my recovery. I rediscovered my love for quilting, learned how to paper-piece, actually completed a block, made at least a dozen pillowcases (I also recommend your tutorial to folks) work very part time in a quilt shop, and hope to become skilled enough at paper piecing to teach a future class using your Tree Trimming pattern. All this took place because of you and your willingness to share with others! Thank you!!! Carol P.S. Your directions are concise and easy to follow. And, your examples are beautiful!

Paper Pieced Pattern-A-Day Garden Party Blog Hop

The Paper Pieced Pattern-A-Day blog hop is coming April 1, 2012! We have a full compliment of designers ready to share awesome free paper pieced patterns with you!

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