Valori Wells’s Murmur for FreeSpirit is Bright and Beautiful {plus three giveaways}

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“Amongst the early morning dew and the rays of sunshine emerge the sounds of summer. The delicate wings of the hummingbird whispering to me ‚Äď Hello! Good Morning! My heart fills with love and happiness as my garden comes to life with their energy and grace fluttering among the sunflowers. Murmur was inspired by these magnificent creatures and the wonder and delight they bring.”  -Valori Wells

My earliest memory of meeting Valori Wells was at the Kansas City Quilt Market in 2011 when I ran into Val walking to the convention center and my friend Lindsay Lefevere said, “Hey!? I know you!?” Lindsay is a big fan, obvy, and in that moment, a friendship was born.  With each subsequent quilt market, I have admired Val’s bold choice of color and design.  As a fellow printmaker, I love peeking in on her process, inspirations, and layered approach to fabric design.  Murmur, this vibrant hummingbird inspired collection, sways me into loving her even more.

When my buddies at FreeSpirit asked me to hop on the Murmur blog tour, I happily accepted.  I mean, Grandma Mac (Lois) would not have liked it if I passed up a chance to make something from a fabric collection that celebrates the star of most bird feeders in North America.

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Twenty-four delightfully beachy-colored fabrics are found in Murmur.  I paired Val’s work with twelve electric FreeSpirit solids, which truly are my favorite to use plus I added good old Arctic white.  I mean, if it’s gonna be beachy, we gotta cool it off with North Pole sashing, y’all.  Because FreeSpirit solids coordinate so seamlessly with many of my favorite designers like Amy Butler, Denyse Schmidt, and Tula Pink, I can’t stop using them. I’m in love!! The hand is incredibly soft and is the same weight as other FreeSpirit fabrics, which makes me very happy.  Nothing is compromised in the making of these babies.  If you haven’t used them, I would encourage you to give it a try.

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Through a series of trial and error, I came up with a design that incorporated stripes, a ginormous 60-degree ruler that I use in my Succulent Garden quilt pattern, and for fun, I wanted an overall emphasis on vertical design.  Here is my process.

First, marvel at Murmur.

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Next, coordinate the soft and luxe FreeSpirit solids.

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Now, look at them all together, tilting head left then right, squint at some point.

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I then separated all of the fabrics into two piles that had equal value and scale and chopped them into .75″ – 3.5″ strips.

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Through the magic of the internet, I made a quilt. ūüėČ I’m not gonna lie, I went through a couple of versions and layouts and landed on what I think is a light and airy design that compliments the brightness of Val’s fabrics.

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My quilt obviously celebrates city-dwelling hummingbirds or perhaps the country hummingbirds on vacation in the big city?  Across the street from Crimson Tate, the fabric store I hang out at, there is a massive construction project.  On the day that I took photos of my Murmur quilt, they were full out digging up utilities in the street.  There was no angle that wouldn’t have caught their workings, so I embraced it and kept it in my frame.  Now you get to enjoy it, too.  I’m happy to report the construction is no longer spilling into the street but rather more contained within the parcel of land that is being developed.

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I love the way the FreeSpirit Mesa (orange) vibrates against the oranges of Murmur.  Some might suggest they love the way oranges and yellows of the construction site pairs nicely with Murmur, too.

Big thanks to the people of FreeSpirit fabrics who invited me along for the ride.  I love this quilt and plan on using it all summer. #bestsummerever

Now for the nitty gritty.  I’ve got THREE things to giveaway!  Are you ready? I’ve got a fat quarter bundle of Murmur.  I’ve got the entire lot of Murmur as long slim quarters measuring approximately 9″ x 44″, and I’ve got the leftover strips of of both Murmur and FreeSpirit coordinating solids that are already cut into long pieces ready to be sewn.  There are probably enough strips to make a lap-size quilt.  Thank you to the nice folks at FreeSpirit fabrics for the Murmur and to the lovely Crimson Tate for the FreeSpirit solids.  Here are three ways to win!!

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  1.  Give Crimson Tate on Instagram a follow, like, and comment on the Murmur post telling  if you’re a city-dwelling humming bird or a country-dwelling hummingbird.
  2. Comment on this very blog post with your favorite song to hum.  Or if you don’t like humming, tell us the one song that makes you happy.
  3. Added bonus.  Give Heather Givans (that’s me!) on Instagram a follow and see what’s up.  I recently started an Instagram documenting the stuffs I’m working on and what other people are making with my fabrics and designs!  Big news coming down the pike July 1 and I don’t want you to miss it! In order to be entered, please follow my instagram, like the Murmur quilt post, and tell me what your favorite bird is, it’ll give you a third chance to enter.  Be very specific as to the type of bird you love.  There may or may not be bonus prizes being awarded for most creative stories about birds told. If you don’t like birds, you’re ineligible to win.  Just kidding!  Tell me what critters you do like.

All the bird lovers will enjoy this bird-friendly melody. It’s hilarious. You’re gonna love it.

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Check back here on Tuesday, May 28 to see who won!  If you want to know what we’re up to at Crimson Tate, join our email list!  We don’t send many emails (I’m the one that writes them which means it doesn’t happen very often), so you don’t have to worry about your inbox being jammed with emails all the time.  I do send out awesome news and what is new to the store from time to time and to let you know when we’re celebrating or having a sale.  I’d love for you to join in on the fun!  Sign up here.

Thanks for reading all the way through.  You’re a keeper.  I appreciate your time and thank you dearly for being in my creative circle.  Have a great holiday weekend.

xoxo,

Heather

 

Year End Gratitude!!

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This year brought an amazing adventure to Crimson Tate.¬† Whoa, nelly.¬† We are all in this game together.¬† We’re a teeny tiny small business that is so proud to be your neighborhood (and online) quilt store.¬† This little buddy can’t function without you.¬† And quite honestly, we don’t want to do this without you. ¬†As I look back on the year that is passing, a common theme is positivity, gratefulness, and love. ¬† I want to thank you profusely for your friendship and patronage.¬† I (all of us at Crimson Tate, really) love that our friends are our customers and that our customers are our friends.¬† It’s the best way to live.¬† So thank you for that.

We opened our hearts to love and friendship and found more inspiration and happiness than we ever could have anticipated.

Let’s bust into 2017 with joy in our heart, inspiration in our mind’s eye, and an abundance of creativity. Let’s make things we’re proud of, have meaning, not worry about being perfect, and let’s have a GOOD TIME!!

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As a year end celebration, we’d love to offer you the use of code FINALCOUNTDOWN at checkout to receive 25% off your entire order.¬† Even the clearance will be discounted an additional 25% with the code.¬† What?! It’s time to get creative and begin again. ¬†We welcome you, 2017. ¬†We welcome you with hearts forward, arms open, and ready for the goodness you have in store for us all. ¬†Sale ends Sunday, January 8, 2017 at 11:59 PM PST (just for funzies! ¬†Holla West Coast!)

International friends, we now are set-up to handle your online orders! ¬†We’re happy to ship to you anywhere in the world. ¬†Let’s do this thing!!! ¬†I’m excited for the first international orders to come through. EXCITING!!

I know that for many, 2016 was tough. ¬†I’m actively choosing to move my way into 2017 with excitement and anticipation of some awesome stuff in mind.

In 2017 I can’t wait for * QuiltCon in February¬†* The arrival of Literary in April!!!¬†*¬†New quilt patterns¬†*¬†More art for a fourth collection!!! WHAT?! So crazy.¬†*¬†Classes at Crimson Tate!¬†*¬†Being inspired¬†*¬†Laughing and storytelling¬†*¬†Digging deep in my friendships¬†* More Yoga¬†¬†* Learning and using ASL¬†* Paducah¬†* Teaching in other people’s spaces * Walking and biking to work¬†* Playing everyday at Crimson Tate¬†* Hosting creativity workshops with my hommies @ Practice Indie¬†* Fall Market and debut of fabric collection number four¬†* Sewing more quilts¬†* Finding more kindred spirits¬†* Reading more¬†* Tinkering¬†* Building¬†* Choosing positivity¬†* Being real¬†* Giggling on the daily¬†* Writing more notes¬†* Happiness¬†* Spending more time outdoors¬†* Love¬†* High fives¬†* The list can go on and on and surely will. ¬†xoxoxoxxoxo

I’d love to know what you are excited for, too!

Our philosophy at Crimson Tate is to be serious without taking yourself too seriously. ¬†I love that so many people in our community approach life, sewing, and everyday in the same way. ¬†I can’t be more grateful that this is who I am surrounded by. ¬†I really do have big love. ¬†Thanks for letting me be a part of your lives. ¬†And thank you for being a part of mine. ¬†And as always, thank you to the Crimson Tate Squad for their continuous and hard work. ¬†Truly.

xoxo

Heather

PS We’ll be closed January 1 & 2. ¬†We’ll reopen at 11:00 AM on January 3. ¬†xoxo

Winners of the Paper Obsessed Blog Tour

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Get ready for a great mail day, kids! ¬†Here are the winners of the awesome blog tour that Windham Fabrics, Crimson Tate, and By Annie sponsored. ¬†Wooty woot woot. ¬†Don’t forget to sign up for Crimson Tate’s e-newsletter to find out what we’re up to and other opportunities to participate with Quilt Market Prep!

July 13 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

Martina Schwarz

July 14 Sarah Sharp of {no} hats quilts ::  http://www.nohatsinthehouse.com/

Linda Williamson

July 15 Janine Vangool of UPPERCASE Magazine :: http://uppercasemagazine.com/blog/

Linda Douglas

July 16 Karen LePage of Gentle Clothing :: http://onegirlcircus.com/

Kathy Erickson

July 17 Jenny Leisure / David Barnhouse of Crimson Tate ::https://blog.crimsontate.com/

Allison Church Bird

July 18 Heather Jones of Heather Jones Studio ::http://www.heatherjonesstudio.com/blog

Diane Beavers

July 19 Eric Lubrick of Eric Lubrick Photography :: http://oartooar.com/

Veronique Oudard

July 20 Annie Unrein of By Annie’s :: http://byanniecom.blogspot.com/

Diane Beavers

July 21 Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts :: https://materialgirlquilts.com/

TM Philbin

July 22 Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness :: http://sewsweetness.com/blog

Patty Taylor

July 23 Giuseppe Ribaudo of Giucy Giuce :: http://www.instagram.com/giucy_giuce

Mary Beth Meadows

July 24 Karen McTavish of Karen McTavish Quilting Studio ::https://blog.crimsontate.com/

Indianna

July 25 Kristen Wright of Two Blondes and a Sewing Machine ::https://twoblondesandasewingmachine.wordpress.com

Julianne Seegmiller

Thanks, y’all for playing along!!!

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Final Day Paper Obsessed Blog Tour :: Correspondence Mini Quilt for Mail Lovers + {GIVEAWAY}

WHAT?! The two week blog tour is over???!!! I can’t believe it. ¬†Booooooo. ¬†But holy moly! ¬†What an amazing trip around the interwebs it has been. ¬†I’m in awe of what people, friends, are making.¬†From dresses, to quilts, to poufs, to pillows, to bags, to pencil cases, to pouches and everything inbetween, I love how everyone is making some stellar goods from Paper Obsessed.

In this last leg, I wanted to introduce you to the Correspondence Mini Quilt pattern that we wrote specifically for this collection.

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In just nine fat quarters, you’ll have the CUTEST little project to give to your paper loving quilty friend (and leftover fabrics to play with for yourself).

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So I was inspired to create a line of fabric that would function as mail.  Remember way back when (ok, it was October) I had an all call for friends to send me mail for my booth at market?  The response looked like this:

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My booth looked like this:

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I’m happy to report that I’m 73% the way through on making good on my promise of addressing everyone who sent me mail. ¬†I’m ALMOST DONE!!! Yahoooo. ¬†I’m so sorry it is taking me longer than expected. ¬†But I guess this is the time that I should reveal that sometimes my Christmas cards don’t go out until June / July. ¬†I remember one year I just drove around and put them in people’s mailboxes in the middle of summer. ¬†You know, just to save on stamps or whatnot. ¬†ūüôā

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I will not fail in returning correspondence to you. ¬†You took the time to write, I’ll get this done. ¬†Promise. ¬†And for everyone who wrote to me, I have included a sweeeeeet surprise in the envelope.

I have a new collection of fabric for Windham Fabrics that will be presented at the International Quilt Market in Houston, TX in late October. ¬†Soon, I’ll announce an all call for help with that collection, too. ¬†If you want to be notified of what we’re up to and what I need to create my booth, sign up for Crimson Tate’s¬†electronic newsletter here.

I’m super jazzed that in Paper Obsessed I could combine my love of fabric and quilting with my love of doodling, mail, and embroidery.

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Here’s a little photo essay of building the Correspondence Mini Quilt:

I’ve had so much fun embroidering with the Aurifloss by Aurifil Threads. ¬†Some of you already have this kit and pattern because you purchased it through QuiltyBox where I was the guest artist for the month of June. ¬†Wahooo!!! ¬†I can’t wait to see your creations!

Be sure to check out all the Crimson Tate patterns available.

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And to find me (as @crimsontate) in all the places online!

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Let‚Äôs talk WINNING FABRIC. So you want some Paper Obsessed goodness of your own, eh? Windham Fabrics gives away free fabric along every stop of the blog-a-palooza and we are throwing in some extra I Heart Crimson Tate swag just for funzies. To enter the contest at this¬†stop, leave a comment describing¬†how late you’ve ever been sending holiday cards, birthday presents, wedding gifts, or any other occassion that you missed the deadline.¬†The winner will be chosen randomly on July 27, and of course, be sure to visit all of our friends‚Äô blogs for a chance to win! ¬†Don‚Äôt forget to leave your email address or an obvious way to get a hold of you so you can easily be notified when you WIN! ¬†This is the last stop but you can today circle around and check out all the stops, so be sure to check out alllllll the goodness.

July 12 Windham Fabrics :: http://windhamfabrics.wordpress.com

July 13 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

July 14 Sarah Sharp of {no} hats quilts ::  http://www.nohatsinthehouse.com/

July 15 Janine Vangool of UPPERCASE Magazine ::  http://uppercasemagazine.com/blog/

July 16 Karen LePage of Gentle Clothing :: http://onegirlcircus.com/

July 17 Jenny Leisure / David Barnhouse of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/ 

July 18 Heather Jones of Heather Jones Studio :: http://www.heatherjonesstudio.com/blog

July 19 Eric Lubrick of Eric Lubrick Photography :: http://oartooar.com/

July 20 Annie Unrein of By Annie’s :: http://byanniecom.blogspot.com/

July 21 Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts :: https://materialgirlquilts.com/

July 22 Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness :: http://sewsweetness.com/blog

July 23 Giuseppe Ribaudo of Giucy Giuce :: http://www.instagram.com/giucy_giuce

July 24 Karen McTavish of Karen McTavish Quilting Studio :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

July 25 Kristen Wright of Two Blondes and a Sewing Machine :: https://twoblondesandasewingmachine.wordpress.com

July 26 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate ::  https://blog.crimsontate.com/ FINAL STOP

Thanks for playing along and all of your encouragement! ¬†This is an awesome community to be a part of! ¬†Can’t wait to announce all of the winners, soon!!!!

Paper Obsessed Blog Tour :: Sunday Edition with Karen McTavish !!!!

karenMcTIt’s easy like Sunday Morning. ¬†Although, what Karen McTavish does isn’t easy. ¬†Today’s Paper Obsessed blog is happening right here with the talented, energetic, lovely, and real Karen McTavish. ¬†She quilted my improv Air Traffic Control Quilt that I fondly refer to as Aerodynamics.

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I loved working on the Aerodynamics quilt for a couple of reasons.¬† The quilt was original and unique – something fresh and new… I love being a part of new ideas. I wanted to make the paper airplanes really be the focus of the overall impact of the quilt, so two layers of Quilters Dream Batting was used for the quilt. Unfortunately, wool has a memory and sometimes shows fold lines. The process of quilting was to let the paper airplanes fly all over the quilt showing the path of its flight. I would draw the line directly on the quilt at the end of the paper airplane and hoped the line would run into another airplane. The quilting was really fun because I felt so much freedom. I felt Heather’s joy in making¬†this quilt and tried to match that energy.

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Photos by Eric Lubrick

I want you to imagine what it’s like to get your quilt back in the mail after Karen McTavish has had it. ¬†OMG. ¬†It’s the best thing ever to open the box.

KarenMcTavishThis quilt was a major reason why Paper Obsessed exists. ¬†I’ve wanted to make this quilt for the longest time, but couldn’t find the right fabrics to pull it off.

I used the notebook print, white on white airplanes, and ball point security envelope texture.

I’m so proud of this quilt and learned a lot in the process (through tears, frustration, and kerfuffles, and finally success). ¬†It’s one of the projects I am most proud of¬†in¬†concept, design, fabric, and even down to the quilt pattern. ¬†And I’m so super honored that Karen McTavish gets me and is willing to work so hard for my vision to shine through.

Thanks for peeking in on how Karen McTavish made my dreams come true. ¬†I couldn’t ask for a better creative partner in crime. ¬†She is so incredibly dear to me and I think we make a great team.

Let‚Äôs talk WINNING FABRIC. So you want some Paper Obsessed goodness of your own, eh? Windham Fabrics gives away free fabric along every stop of the blog-a-palooza and we are throwing in some extra I Heart Crimson Tate swag just for funzies. To enter the contest at this¬†stop, leave a comment describing a dream you’ve had for a long time that you’re making steps to come true. ¬†It can be grand or it can be simple.¬† The winner will be chosen randomly on July 27, and of course, be sure to visit all of our friends‚Äô blogs for a chance to win! ¬†Don’t forget to leave your email address or an obvious way to get a hold of you so you can easily be notified when you WIN! ¬†The blog tour is almost over, so be sure to circle back around and check out alllllll the goodness.

July 12 Windham Fabrics :: http://windhamfabrics.wordpress.com

July 13 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

July 14 Sarah Sharp of {no} hats quilts ::  http://www.nohatsinthehouse.com/

July 15 Janine Vangool of UPPERCASE Magazine ::  http://uppercasemagazine.com/blog/

July 16 Karen LePage of Gentle Clothing :: http://onegirlcircus.com/

July 17 Jenny Leisure / David Barnhouse of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/ 

July 18 Heather Jones of Heather Jones Studio :: http://www.heatherjonesstudio.com/blog

July 19 Eric Lubrick of Eric Lubrick Photography :: http://oartooar.com/

July 20 Annie Unrein of By Annie’s :: http://byanniecom.blogspot.com/

July 21 Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts :: https://materialgirlquilts.com/

July 22 Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness :: http://sewsweetness.com/blog

July 23 Giuseppe Ribaudo of Giucy Giuce :: http://www.instagram.com/giucy_giuce

July 24 Karen McTavish of Karen McTavish Quilting Studio :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/ {Dreamer + Doer}

July 25 Kristen Wright of Two Blondes and a Sewing Machine :: https://twoblondesandasewingmachine.wordpress.com

July 26 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate ::  https://blog.crimsontate.com/

Crimson Tate HEARTS Sew Sweetness :: Paper Obsessed Blog Tour of the Day!!

IMG_2981 (1).jpgI’m not kidding. ¬†If you ever get a chance to hear Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness give a lecture on interfacings, it’ll change your life. ¬†Go go go!!! And then I think, how nutty am I that I would geek out over something like INTERFACING?! ¬†Sara knows exactly what product to use in what situation. ¬†She’s a master. ¬†And a totally brilliant pattern writer. ¬†I’m thrilled that today Sara is the stop on the Paper Obsessed blog tour. ¬†There are only five days left to tool around to all these stops, look in on the inspirations, and enter to win AT EVERY STOP Paper Obsessed fabric, Crimson Tate Swag, and a Correspondence Mini-Quilt pattern. ¬†Woooot. ¬†

July 12 Windham Fabrics :: http://windhamfabrics.wordpress.com

July 13 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

July 14 Sarah Sharp of {no} hats quilts ::  http://www.nohatsinthehouse.com/

July 15 Janine Vangool of UPPERCASE Magazine ::  http://uppercasemagazine.com/blog/

July 16 Karen LePage of Gentle Clothing :: http://onegirlcircus.com/

July 17 Jenny Leisure / David Barnhouse of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/ 

July 18 Heather Jones of Heather Jones Studio :: http://www.heatherjonesstudio.com/blog 

July 19 Eric Lubrick of Eric Lubrick Photography :: http://oartooar.com/

July 20 Annie Unrein of By Annie’s :: http://byanniecom.blogspot.com/ 

July 21 Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts :: https://materialgirlquilts.com/ 

July 22 Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness ::¬†http://sewsweetness.com/blog¬†<—Sew Awesome

July 23 Giuseppe Ribaudo of Giucy Giuce :: http://www.instagram.com/giucy_giuce

July 24 Karen McTavish of Karen McTavish Quilting Studio :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

July 25 Kristen Wright of Two Blondes and a Sewing Machine :: https://twoblondesandasewingmachine.wordpress.com

July 26 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate ::  https://blog.crimsontate.com/

Tour Guide Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts :: {Paper Obsessed BLOG HOP Continues}

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Awwwwww. ¬†This photo was taken the day that the advanced yardage of my collection Paper Obsessed came in and the lovely Amanda Castor rushed over after work to pick up fabric she needed to make her cool quilt pattern Spiral Bound. ¬†I love love love this photo and I love that dear Amanda. (Although, someone should have told me to brush my hair!!!!) ¬†This girl makes so many quilts and so many projects. ¬†I’m constantly yelling “WHAT?! AGAIN?! You’re done with another one?!?!?” And each is so beautiful. ¬†Amanda is today’s tour guide. ¬†Head over to her blog and see what she’s been up to.

July 12 Windham Fabrics :: http://windhamfabrics.wordpress.com

July 13 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

July 14 Sarah Sharp of {no} hats quilts ::  http://www.nohatsinthehouse.com/

July 15 Janine Vangool of UPPERCASE Magazine ::  http://uppercasemagazine.com/blog/

July 16 Karen LePage of Gentle Clothing :: http://onegirlcircus.com/

July 17 Jenny Leisure / David Barnhouse of Crimson Tate :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/ 

July 18 Heather Jones of Heather Jones Studio :: http://www.heatherjonesstudio.com/blog 

July 19 Eric Lubrick of Eric Lubrick Photography :: http://oartooar.com/

July 20 Annie Unrein of By Annie’s :: http://byanniecom.blogspot.com/ 

July 21 Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts ::¬†https://materialgirlquilts.com/¬†<————TOUR GUIDE EXTRAORDINAIRE

July 22 Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness :: http://sewsweetness.com/blog

July 23 Giuseppe Ribaudo of Giucy Giuce :: http://www.instagram.com/giucy_giuce

July 24 Karen McTavish of Karen McTavish Quilting Studio :: https://blog.crimsontate.com/

July 25 Kristen Wright of Two Blondes and a Sewing Machine :: https://twoblondesandasewingmachine.wordpress.com

July 26 Heather Givans of Crimson Tate ::  https://blog.crimsontate.com/

GIVEAWAYS AT EVERY STOP!!! Thank you Windham Fabrics!