Fabric Friday and Finished Friends

Fabric Friday - 80 Fat Quarters

Every once in a while, I splurge a little. I honestly don’t do it often, which makes it all the more fun when I do!

After the awesome that was my Trunk Show in early May, I ordered a scrap bag of 80 fat quarters from Keepsake Quilting. It was a bit of a gamble since I had no idea what kind of fabrics I’d receive, but after the giant dent the Trunk Show  put in my stash, it seemed a fun risk to take!

I love variety, but most of all, I love having forgotten treasures in my stash that will lend the perfect oomph to a project. These beauties have been sorted by dominant color and filed away, to be rediscovered for projects future.

Ready To Play

How about revisiting some old friends?

Earlier today, I needed to share photos of Ready to Play (above) and All Dolled Up (below). Each one is a set of interchangeable block patterns, to piece into the quilt project of your choice.

All Dolled Up

I love how different each set came out by using totally different fabrics. Ready to Play has a bit of a shop window appearance and All Dolled Up, with the 30s fabrics, looks very soft and feminine.

Each block pattern set is $8 and can be purchased through the Sewhooked Shop (PDF patterns), Craftsy (PDF patterns) or Etsy (paper patterns).

Sewhooked 2012 Summer Challenge

The 2012 Summer Challenge is going on the entire month of June! It’s super simple, just make a project from one of my patterns or tutorials and share a photo with my flickr group. Full details and deadlines are here.

To celebrate the Sewhooked 2012 Summer Challenge, I am offering 10% off your total purchase from the Sewhooked Shop for the entire month of June. Starting right now, through midnight, July 1, use coupon code SUMMER2012. Offer valid here on Sewhooked and in my Etsy Shop. Not valid on Craftsy.

Happy Friday, and a very happy weekend!


STITCHED registration is now only $40! Click for details

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