Love is Always Hopeful Quilt + Dreamer Fabric Giveaway

I’m super excited to be a part of Carrie Bloomston’s new Dreamer fabrics team!

You know me and Carrie. She inspires me to bring out the artist from the depths of my soul. She gives me permission to color outside the box! Sometimes we just need permission, right?

Here’s my latest quilt inspired by her new fabric called Dreamer:

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Seriously! You want to get this fabric!! It’s amazing, inspiring, and full of depth-filled whimsy!

This pattern will go on sale on Tuesday, October 25th, 2016! yay!!!

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This last picture was taken by Jill McNamara. She is amazing!!! and up on a ladder!!!

Check out Carrie’s lookbook and other projects from this awesome street team by going to Carrie’s BLOG HERE and reading about it all! ALSO, comment on her blog and you could be one of three winners!!! Three lucky winners will win one fat quarter bundle of Dreamer and a copy of her book, The Little Spark–30 Ways to Ignite Your Creativity

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Thanks, Carrie for the fabric but mostly for the inspiration!! 🙂

Oh, and I give you permission to color outside the box…every day!

Blessings,

sallysangelworkswithsig

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a homeschooling mom of 4 who is addicted to God, her husband, creating music, and quilting...lots and lots of quilting!

Comments

  1. Reply

    I love this quilt, so simple but utterly amazing. x

  2. Reply

    Oh Sally! I love what you did here! The fabric is beautiful and I love the choice of words!

  3. Reply

    I don’t see a pattern for sale, but am wondering how you did this? Did you use interfacing and a satin stitch around the letters? Or needle-turn applique?

    1. Reply

      Thanks so much for asking! I’m hoping to have the templates for the letters up in my Craftsy pattern shop soon. I actually used Heat-n-Bond Ultra fusible web which I wouldn’t do again even though it offers up a good sturdy letter! I’d use WonderUnder when I do it again. I did sew using a zigzag stitch around each letter. Keep checking back on the blog for links to the instructions and templates. I hope that helps!!

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