Hola! I am proud to be a stop on the Fiesta Fun Fabrics blog tour today!
Last fall, I had the privilege of attending Quilt Market with Simple Life Pattern Company. Right before market, I started seeing sneaks of the Fiesta Fun fabric line by Dana Willard. I drooled over the swatches and waited anxiously for this line to be released.
I actually made a few things for the look book when the line released such as this Simple Life Pattern Company Sophie.
Hello Sew and Tell Project Fans!
I am SEW excited about this post! Sew and Tell Project is rapidly approaching it’s anniversary! Since we relaunched our site last year, we have shared over a hundred fun projects with you via Facebook, Instagram, and, of course, here on the blog.
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I am so thrilled to be participating in the Simple Life Patterns Anniversary Blog Tour! Can you believe that Simple Life Pattern Company has been designing quality baby and children’s patterns for two years now? Simple Life Patterns has also welcomed a new designer, my friend Becca, from Sunflower Seams. She has designed the first two SLPco doll patterns! Read on to learn more about the Dolly Ayda and the new release, the Jaimesyn dress by Simple Life Pattern Company!
Welcome to The Sew and Tell Project!I am beyond thrilled to be today’s stop on the Art Gallery Fabrics Blithe Blog Tour. If you follow me (@elerihandmade) on Instagram, you have probably seen some of my Blithe fabric sneaks like this one!
Today’s photo shoot was brought to you by four kids, three deer, a 2-wheel drive minivan, a local state park, a gorgeous 40F degree day, and two #ndlegendary fabulous men towing me back up the hill I drove down. I promise it was worth it. How far have you gone for the perfect shot? ———————————— #blithefabrics #blithefabricsblogtour #wearefabrics #artgalleryfabrics #sewandtellproject #sewingblogger #sewcialist @simplelifepatterns @katarinaroccella
If you are looking for a fresh new pattern for darling knit tunics and dresses for little girls, Simple Life Pattern Company has a treat for you! The new Isla’s Infinity Tunic and Dress is a darling new pattern jam-packed full of options. There are many sleeve options – tank, flutter, short sleeve, elbow length, 3/4 length sleeve, and long sleeves. There are also circular flutter options for the sleeves for some extra flair.
Welcome back to the Sew and Tell Project! As you’ve probably noticed, my life is full of boys! I don’t get a chance to sew girly dresses very often but I have a sweet goddaughter who I love to spoil with new pretty things every so often. When I’m looking for a gorgeous girly pattern, my first stop is Simple Life Pattern Company. I love the frills and ruffles! Right now Simple Life is having a back to school sale so it’s the perfect time to hop over and try their patterns (or add to your collection). Run, don’t walk! The end of sale date hasn’t been announced and I don’t want you to miss it!
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I’m so excited to be linking up with so many talented bloggers this week during the Sew Americana Blog Tour hosted by Wild and Wanderful! I love celebrating Independence Day with our family. We celebrate it small-town America style with parades, candy, and lots and lots of explosives. You will also see that Alisha and I share very similar tastes as we both used the same panel for our days on the tour. Make sure you check out Alisha’s darling boys from earlier in the week here. The 4th of July panels, cotton lycra solids, and firework print were all ordered from Peek-a-Boo Fabric Shop. My look was created with Riley Blake white and navy stripes purchased from the Fabric Fairy.