I meant to post this yesterday but crazy deadlines have me hiding for cover in my sewing room for the next week. But I’m really excited to share that Sara, SewSweetness, is currently hosting a sew along on her blog for my book. Each day, a different blogger will share there a version of one of the patterns from my book. You’ll see each of them made and how others have interpreted the patterns.
But the fun doesn’t stop there! After that there will be a chance to enter your own creations from my patterns and win lots of fun prizes!! Fun prizes people! We love those.
Today is just day two on the stop and already I’m in love with what the quilters are creating. Today Kaye, Miss Print, has shared a mini version of my butterfly pattern and it was her first time sewing curves!! Yay Kaye!
And yesterday, Heidi, Fabric Mutt, created a beautiful pillow version of my medallion quilt that I just want to steal. She used all those darling Heather Ross prints that are so yummy and precious!
I love how she chose to make the same design at a smaller scale and created a beautiful pillow rather than the baby quilt I designed. Just goes to show how versatile these patterns are. And Heidi too shares her thoughts on the book as a whole.
It’s going to be so fun for me to see these projects being made and hearing everyone’s opinions about the book and the designs. I hope that you all check out the fun as well. You can see all the projects on Sara’s blog over the next couple of weeks. And I’ll try to keep you all updated every few days with the projects. But in the meantime, feel free to start your own to enter later or finish up a project you have started. As you can see, there are lots of ways to make a quilt a more accessible small project by doing a mini version of it.
I can’t wait to see what is next!!