Give Aways

SBB + AGF December Box

Hey there, fabric friends!

Have you ever had that moment when you’re almost done sewing all your holiday gifts, and you realize that you forgot to add someone to your list? Don’t worry, it has happened to all of us! One great solution that can solve this issue is a fabric subscription. Who wouldn’t love receiving fabrics every month, right?

Speaking of fabric subscriptions, we’re so excited that our friends at Stash Builder Box are featuring our fabrics again. Yay! Which means that if you and your friends love AGF and helping kids in need, this is a great time to get the December box. The month’s box features 3 yards of prints from Maureen Cracknell’s newest collection Garden Dreamer, a spool of Aurifil thread, a quilt pattern, and a cute pencil. But what truly makes me happy about this box is that the proceeds will go to the Give Kids the World Village. This is a non-profit resort that provides week long cost-free vacations to kids with life-threatening illnesses.

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Since we’re in the season of giving, Stash Builder Box has generously donated their December box and we’re giving it away to one lucky winner! The giveaway will run until Tuesday, December 20th. To enter the giveaway simply fill out the form below.

If you would like to receive a lovely box from Stash Builder Box or would like to gift one to a friend, visit the SBB website.  To receive this month’s box featuring AGF you must put in your order before December 15th. Any subscription placed after the 15th will receive next month’s box.

We hope you all have a wonderful holiday season!

-Stephanie

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CONGRATULATIONS Tricia you've won the SBB Giveaway! Check your email:)


The Wondrous World of Blithe by Katarina Roccella

Hello fabulous makers!

Isn’t it crazy how we’re only a few days away from the first day of winter? Unlike us in South Florida, many of you are already experiencing colder weather. One thing that’s great about the cool temperatures is that you feel more encouraged to stay indoors and sew! This is the perfect time to work on all your UFO’s, start new cozy quilts, and sew all kinds of winter garments.

One collection that’s ideal for winter is Blithe by Katarina Roccella. This beautiful collection is filled with frosty trees, confident deer, and subdued colors that will have you sewing in a winter wonderland. We must admit that this season, we’ll be experiencing winter vicariously through this collection.

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One thing I truly love about Blithe is that it was inspired by a beautiful quote from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. “I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says 'Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.”  Katarina beautifully translates this quote visually through her use of grays, deep plum, and cool shades of blue.

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We prepared a wondrous look book for you to feast your eyes on mesmerizing quilts, comfy garments, and classy home décor. Check it out!

 

Oh, And this "Windowscape" FREE QUILT PATTERN is waiting for you to sew it! Doesn't it look cozy?

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Have some fun mixing and matching fabrics with this color guide. Choose your favorite coordinating blenders and start sewing!

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Now for the best part… If you want a magical bundle of Blithe fabrics by Katarina Roccella, make sure to enter our giveaway!

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To enter simply fill the form below! Giveaway ends Monday, December 19th at 3:00pm. Good luck!

I hope you’re feeling inspired to sew with Blithe. I can’t wait to see all the beautiful projects you’ll make!

Till next time,

Stephanie

*****GIVEAWAY CLOSED*****

CONGRATULATIONS Brooke Osborne, you've won the Blithe Giveaway! Check your email:)

 

P.S. Check out this video for some fun moments from the Blithe photoshoot. Enjoy!


Sew Cheerfully with Here Comes the Fun by Sew Caroline

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Hey fabulous makers!

The other day I had a thought… trends come and go but colors are always cool. There’s something so interesting about mixing and matching bright colors to create modern sewing masterpieces. Colors can change the mood of any project and if you choose vibrant hues, all your projects will instantly exude joy.

One collection that screams happiness is Here Comes the Fun by Sew Caroline. This collection is filled with happy lyrics, bold brush strokes inspired by street art, and whimsy florals that will simply make you smile when you sew with these prints. I personally have a special connection with this fun collection because it reminds me of the Arts District in Miami called Wynwood. The bright colors in this collection and especially the “Improv Strokes” print remind me of the beautiful murals that line the streets of that neighborhood.

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Skirt featuring "Improv Stroke Citrus" print

I can already envision modern color block quilts and tons of children’s clothes with this youthful collection. Caroline has shown off her bubbly personality in her designs once more!

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Brighten your day by browsing through the look book and get inspired by cute garments, colorful quilts, and much more!

 

Bring a fun accent to your little one’s room with this “Happy Song” FREE QUILT PATTERN.   

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And if you’re wondering what blenders coordinate with this vibrant collection, here’s a nice selection of our specially curated AGF Elements. ;)

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But the real fun doesn’t start until you enter the GIVEAWAY! Win a bundle of Here Comes the Fun!

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To enter fill the form below. ;)

Giveaway ends Tuesday, November 29th at 3:00pm. Winner will be announced on this post.

 

I hope you’re excited to start creating beautiful projects with this collection. Stay tuned for more exciting things from AGF!

 

Till next time,

Stephanie

 

 

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CONGRATULATIONS Dorie Eaquivel, you've won the Here Comes the Fun Giveaway! Check your email:)

 
P.S. If you're wondering how fun it was to make this look book, check out this video. :)


The Denim Studio by AGF has grown!

Hello fabulous makers!

I hope you’re having a great week. We recently returned from Quilt Market in Houston and we are extremely inspired to start releasing all the upcoming collections for this season. While being at market I had the opportunity to speak to tons of business owners and makers. One thing I found in common with all of them was their adoration for the Denim Studio. This was great to hear because this substrate allows makers to think outside the box when they sew.

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For this reason, we have added tons of new denim prints and a variety of textures for you to have fun with! Check them out!

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If you haven’t sewn with our denim yet, I highly recommend it because it’s so versatile. At first thought most people just think of jeans when they hear the word denim. But in reality you can make anything with this substrate! Check out the lookbook we’ve prepared for you featuring projects with our new denims. You’ll fall in love with all the garments, quilts, and home décor!

 

To view a few close ups of these yummy fabrics, get inspired with this little video. I'm completely in love with the floral pants and the unique texture of the crosshatch denim! ;)

And of course, to start sewing with all the wonderful new denims, enter the giveaway! Have a chance to win a mixed bundle of the new additions to the Denim Studio.

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To enter simply fill the form below. Giveaway ends Thursday, November 10th at 3:00pm. :)

 

Feel free to tell us why you love the Denim Studio!

 

Till next time,

Stephanie  

 

*****GIVEAWAY CLOSED*****

CONGRATULATIONS Michelle Lehman , you've won the AGF denim fabric bundle! Check your email:)

 

Let the Sewing Month Festivities Begin!

Hey there!

Isn’t it crazy how time flies? It seems like yesterday we were celebrating the New Year and in a blink of an eye, it’s already September. Here at the AGF HQ were quite fond of this month because it’s dedicated to the craft of sewing! For those of you who don’t know, September is National Sewing Month here in the US.

In 1982, President Ronald Regan declared September as the official month for sewing to recognize the importance of the craft in people’s homes. We must admit, your families are super lucky to have you in their lives. It’s not often that you find someone that is creative who can make a beautiful quilt, mend and sew garments, and most importantly make handmade gifts! To celebrate our favorite hobby, passion, and the fact that sewing makes us feel more alive, we have prepared a few activities for you!

In addition to releasing our newest collections, Lagom by AGF Studio and Heartland by Pat Bravo; our AGF Sewcialite Mister Domestic will be hosting 2 sew alongs! YAY!

Here’s what’s coming your way:

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  1. The Milla Bag Sew Along | Starting September 6th

Do you remember our recent post 5 Bag Patterns for Back to School? Due to popular request and an awesome response from all of you, we’re excited to teach you how to make one of the bags that were featured in the post! You’ll be able to download our free pattern to the Milla Bag and Mister Domestic will teach you step-by-step how to construct the bag on his blog. How cool is that?

But the fun with the fabric master doesn’t end there…

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  1. Mister Domestic’s Mystery Sew Along | Starting September 19th

Yes, you read right…a mystery sew along! Mister Domestic is going to teach you how to make a special project he has been working on! Stay tuned to see what it will be. ;)

Wait there’s more…

Get ready to be inspired with amazing children’s garments and quilts! Karly from Paisley Roots will be hosting a Back-to-School Blog Tour featuring Heartland fabrics by Pat Bravo (starting September 12th) and Sari from Sariditty Handmade will be hosting the second edition of The Denim Studio Blog Tour (starting September 26th).

To make things even more fun, we’re going to have a giveaway opened for the whole month of September! Two winners will have the chance to win this lovely curated bundle of our fabrics.Sewing month giveaway

To enter the giveaway:

Fill the form below. Once you have entered your information will disappear and you’ll receive and email to confirm your entry.

Winner will be chosen Friday, September 30 at 3:00pm EST. Good luck!

I hope you’re excited about all the Sewing Month festivities we have prepared for you! Stay tuned and let us know how you will be celebrating the art of sewing this month.

 

Happy Sewing!

Stephanie

 

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Nocturnal Beauty Comes to Life with Nightfall Fabrics

Hey Everyone!

No matter what part of the world you live in, we can all agree that there is something peaceful about gazing at the night sky while the stars twinkle at us. But most people don’t realize that there’s much more to the night than stars.  As the sun goes down to make way for the moon’s smile, nocturnal critters appear to start their day.  

The hoot of owls fill the air as the hymn from crickets crescendo in the distance. Fire flies dance in the darkness and small creatures jump from the trees and rejoice in the delicate moonlight, until another day comes by. This nocturnal beauty is brought to life in Maureen Cracknell’s newest collection, Nightfall.

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Maureen plays homage to the creatures and wonders of the late hours in this striking collection! She shows off prints filled with moons, owls, and cute night critters while showing off her bohemian style.

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I personally think, that the concept of this collection is beautiful because many times we overlook all the natural wonders that occur at night. Plus, it simply feels mystical! When I look at some of these prints I can imagine myself as a gypsy roaming through the forest…but I digress XD

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I encourage you to take a look at the lovely look book we’ve prepared for you! It’s filled with beautiful garments, stylish home décor ideas, and of course tons of quilts!

Speaking of quilts…Don’t forget to download the “Foxfire” FREE QUILT PATTERN that’s available in the look book. 

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Are you wondering what blenders match with this collection? We’ve got you covered! Here’s a curated selection of some AGF Elements that match Nightfall.

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Now to the best part…A GIVEAWAY! Enter for a chance to win a fat quarter bundle of the full collection!

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To Enter:

Simply fill the form below. /By entering the giveaway you are automatically signed up to our newsletter. Once you click "Enter Giveaway" button you'll receive subscription confirmation on your email/

Winner will be chosen using random.org. Giveaway ends Tuesday, September 6th at 3:00pm EST. Good luck!


Hope you sew tons of pretty things with Nightfall by Maureen Cracknell.

 

Till Next Time,

Stephanie

 

 

P.S. We just had to make a video to go with this lovely collection. Check it out and tell us what you think.

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CONGRATULATIONS Debbie Gill, you've won the Night Fall fabric bundle! Check your email.


Observer Fabrics: The Beauty of Textures & Surroundings

Hey, Everyone!

Lately, I’ve been thinking how in today’s society it’s so easy to live life on auto-pilot. We wake up, drink our coffee, get the ready for work, come back home, try to take five minutes to sew something (if possible), go to sleep, and then start all over again. Sometimes we get stuck in our routines and we don’t realize how beautiful our surroundings can be. We forget to admire the glistening morning dew on our gardens or how cute the buttons on our favorite shirts are.

I know it sounds silly, but we have to stop and “smell the flowers” because life is short and we should enjoy every bit of it. One of our designers, April Rhodes really put this into perspective with her new collection Observer. This fabric collection, is inspired by the many man-made and naturally occurring patterns that surround us. Whether it’s the chipped paint on a dingy wall or a birds eye view of the city at night, they are little details that make our world beautiful.

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What’s great is that you can incorporate this amazing world or textures and patterns into your sewing. Observer is filled with minimal prints combined with artistic motifs such as, subtle paint splatters and edgy tie-dyes. Some of my favorite projects that were made with this collection were trendy totes and bags because they reminded me of products you can find in stores like Anthropologie and Free People.

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The colors of this collection are also great for home décor! The warm mustard yellows combined with the dusty blues and navy are nice accents without being overpowering.

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If you’re loving these projects already, feel free to check out the look book. It’s filled with tons of garments, quilts, and home décor ideas. Plus, some of the projects have links to the patterns!

 

One project you have to download is this “Inward” FREE QUILT PATTERN! Its unique design combined with the muted color will look great in your home.

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If you’re looking to mix and match a few blenders into your projects, we’ve prepared a curated selection of AGF elements that coordinate with this collection.

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Last but not least, don’t forget to enter our GIVEAWAY! Your stash is yearning for a bundle of this stylish collection!

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To enter:

 Simply fill out the form below. 

Giveaway ends Monday August 29th at 3:00pm EST. Good luck!

We can’t wait to see all the beautiful projects you’ll make with Observer fabrics!

Till next time,

Stephanie

 

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CONGRATULATIONS Linda Williamson , you've won the Observer fabric bundle! Check your email.

 
 

P.S. Here's a cute video that sums up the beauty of this collection. ;)


AGF Elements: Blenders You Will Love

Hey there, fabric lovers!

I would like to start this post by asking you a very simple but interesting question.

 

What do you know about the AGF Elements? 

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Today you will learn everything about the blenders a.k.a AGF elements. We have a huge variety of hues just for you to get the exact color you've been looking for! With our blenders you will be able to match and color coordinate your projects with ease! Lets get to know the seven different blender collections known as: round elements, squared elements, prisma elements, pure elements, floral elements, nature elements and oval elements

We know that sometimes it's hard to combine certain fabric prints or you just can't find the right color. That's when blenders come to save you from stress and fear! Blenders are perfect for any project whether you want to make it look bold or simple. Also, my favorite thing about blenders is that you can just use them on their own or in combination with a any collection. Either way your project will turn out perfect and beautiful!

Oh, oh! And before I forget, we have another collection of solid blenders in knit fabric! How awesome, right? Imagine combining printed knits with solid knits. WOW! just by thinking about it, I got the urge to run to the sewing room and make something for myself! 

Take a closer look at all the blenders AGF offers:

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Get ready to make your world go 'round with our collection of Round Elements! A classic organic shape surrounded by different colors that will bring unique dimensions to each of your projects. You can use it by itself or combine it with your favorite collection! What's awesome about this blender is that some of the colors come in knits. Imagine a sash on a dress made with this blender or even the backing of a quilt.

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Prisma Elements

Let's talk about Prisma Elements! The Prismas are one of my favorite AGF blender collections because they are very simple yet elegant! If you love saturated jewel tone colors, these are the blenders for you. A fun fact about all the colors of this collection is that they are all named after precious stones. In addition, some of the prints have the triangles printed in metallic to add a little sheen to any project.

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Square Elements

If you're looking to add a little contrast to your projects or you're looking for a simple small scale fabric, Squared Elements are ideal. These elements will give any project visual depth because the print consists of squares in different sizes on white or colored backgrounds. I think this blender is awesome because it reminds of a funky gingham pattern. 


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Pure Elements 

Now, let's move on to our Pure Elements a.k.a Solids! Solids are the most common among everyone. They are perfect to mix and match with any kind of prints and they come in a variety of colors. No matter what mood you're in, Pure Elements will add that extra pop of color you might be looking for or will give your project subtle accents. Plus, they're so pretty look at! 

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Nature Elements

Nature Elements are funky, artsy, and bold! The design of these elements shows off the abstract idea of little leaves with a twist of stripes, hence the "nature" part of their name. They are perfect to use by themselves or as a unique accent. 


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Floral Elements

If you love incorporating florals in everything you make, Floral Elements will be your favorite blenders. They let you add the femininity and classiness of flowers without overpowering the design of your project. Like all of our other blenders, these elements come in a variety of colors for you to choose from. I simply love the pink ones because they look so girly.

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Oval Elements

And last but not least, these are the oval elements! The multi colored ovals in this blender give the print a unique take on dotted fabrics. What I love about this blender is that from a distance the ovals enhance the bold colors of the fabric but up close you can see the unique color combinations that make up the print. It's like having two different fabrics in one!


After playing with all of our blenders and looking at all these pictures, I'm craving to sew something! It's not only the colors or prints that are alluring, but the softness of our fabric is simply incredible! Every time I walk around the office and see a quilt I just want to snuggle in it!

To share my love for the AGF elements with you, I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY! Have a chance to win this beautiful bundle of blenders by filling out the form below.

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Giveaway will run from August 17th - 24th. Winner will be chosen using random.org and will be announced on August 24th at 12:00pm EST.
 

Hope you all enjoyed learning about our blenders and good luck!

 

Lots of love,

Caro!

 

 

*****GIVEAWAY CLOSED*****

CONGRATULATIONS Rose Santuci-Sofranko , you've won the Elements fabric bundle! Check your email.

 

The Big Electric Quilt + AGF Giveaway!

Hey there!

I hope everyone is doing great! Today, is a special day for us because we’re helping the Electric Quilt Company celebrate their 25th Anniversary! Yay! Since this is a huge milestone for them, they’re having a yearlong celebration and we get to takeover for the month of August. :D

Over the past years, Electric Quilt has not only changed the way makers design quilts but also provided resources for people learning how to quilt. It’s amazing how Penny and Dean, the founders of EQ had a vision to improve the way quilts are made and they changed the lives of many makers!

Here’s a little video that shows the first time Penny showed the software to the public on national TV. I encourage you to read the history of EQ, it's so interesting!

In addition, every year Electric Quilt provides downloads of a variety of fabrics scanned to scale for you to instantly visualize the final look of your quilt. These extra downloads for the software are known as EQ Stash. AGF has been happy to be featured in many versions of EQ stash (you can read about the 2016 download 1 and download 2 here)! This is why we’re excited to announce that we’ve paired up with EQ to have an EPIC GIVEAWAY to celebrate their 25 years!

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Have a chance to win the latest version of Electric Quilt 7 (Value: $189.95) along with a half yard bundle of AGF prints featured in the 2016 downloads of EQ Stash! Simply fill out the form below to enter the giveaway. But the fun doesn’t stop there! Visit the EQ blog for a chance to win 15 YARDS of our fabrics! Just imagine the possibilities with Electric Quilt and AGF…

Best of luck to everyone!

Xoxo,

Stephanie

 

Giveaway will run from August 10th -25th. Winner will be chosen using random.org and will be announced on August 25, 2016 by 12:00pm EST.

 


 

*****GIVEAWAY CLOSED*****

CONGRATULATIONS Jennifer Hack, you've won the Electric Quilt 7 software and a curated bundle of AGF! Check your email.

 

The Art of Mutual Learning: The Result

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Hello!

Steph and Lauv here! As you can see: the very serious teacher, and the very happy student (disclaimer: the serious face is part of the clowning around that went on throughout the lecture). We had a lot of fun with this series. So we had decided to interview each other to end the series about the process, the expectations, and the outcome.

Here are a few questions I asked Steph about the process. 

Lauv: So Steph, are you happy with how your mini turned out?

Steph: Yes! It actually turned out exactly how I imagined it. I’ve been showing it off to all my friends and they’ve been telling me that it turned out really cool.

Lauv: Was there any scary or intimidating part during the process?

Steph: I think the whole process for me was scary at the beginning. Just the idea of doing math intimidated me, but once I learned everything step by step I felt more comfortable with the process.

Lauv: Now that you are done, was it easier or harder that you had expected?

Steph: Once I was done, I realized that quilting is harder than I thought! I think what makes quilting difficult is that you have to have lots of patience. You have to be comfortable with making mistakes and doing things over (especially if you’re a beginner).

Lauv: Do you think you'll keep sewing, and is there a particular area of sewing that you want to try?

Steph: I think it would be fun to venture more into sewing! I want to try to make pillows for my living room next and in the future I would love to learn how to sew my own garments. :)


Steph's turn! 

Hello again! It's one thing when you're the student and you're just absorbing information, but being the teacher is a different story. I was really interested to find out how Lauv figured out what and how she would teach me. Here's what she said. ;) 

Steph: How did you organize yourself to know what to teach me?

Lauv: I tried to go in an order in which I'd like to be taught. First going over what it is, the history, the styles, and then getting into the making, following the usual steps that are taken to sew a quilt.

Steph: What was the most difficult thing to teach?

Lauv: First, it was the way to break down your design to maximize fabric usage. I didn't know what you would design and then having to explain how to compartmentalize it was a bit challenging (as you saw) so that you wouldn't get confused or overwhelmed by the amount of different pieces. Then, I think it was the binding because it involves the calculation, the cutting, turning at the corners, and then finishing it.

Steph: What was your favorite part about making your mini quilt?

Lauv: Seeing the colors come together to create the sensation I had in my mind. It's one thing to see it on paper and another one to see it complete.

Steph: Do you have any advice to encourage me to continue sewing/quilting?

Lauv: Get the best tools you can from the beginning because they will make any design you have in mind a smoother transition into real life, and always keep a good attitude. If you make a mistake, gently go back and fix it. I've seen that most of the time when people get frustrated, all they do is make their projects a complete nightmare, and it's really just sewing. It should be a fun learning experience.


Lauv: It makes me happy to see Steph gain a new set of skills through everything I shared with her. The best part is that she's really happy with how her mini turned out. Our minis are not the most miniature, but they're the perfect size for a first time quilting project. 

I was also happy with my result. I named my mini Showtown (keep reading to know why). As I had mentioned on the last post, I used HST to give the illusion of diagonal rhombi, and I also used appliqué to incorporate my fussy-cut porcelain silhouette from the main print in Pastel Thrift. Since I love red, and it represents well the art-of-the-circus-inspiration (I performed as a clown when I was little) of my mini, I included London Red from Pure Elements, and the neutral Black & White to give it a modern feel (I used Snow & Caviar from Pure Elements).

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I went to a town called Gibstonton, also known as Gibtown or Showtown; which is the name I chose to pay homage to this magical place. Many years ago, this town was known for their sideshows and now it's the city of choice for many circus and carnival folk to retire. I took advantage of the trip and brought my mini with me to photograph it around the town. It was very exciting to show the final result!

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Steph: Ok, so the moment I've been waiting for is finally here! Take a look at my completed mini quilt!

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Like I mentioned in one of my previous posts, the inspiration for my mini quilt was a giant outdoor sculpture (Spiral Jetty) located in Utah. I couldn't resist using natural colors for my mini! As you can see in the picture, I chose Premium Linen from the Denim Studio for the background, a variety of prints from various AGF collections along with Pure Elements and Solid Smooth Denim for the spiral, and Textured Denim for the binding. 

I must admit, learning how to sew and quilt was definitely a learning curve. In the past I had attempted to hand sew buttons and hem a pair of pants but I never ventured into a full creative project until Lauv lead the way for me. During the process I was frustrated many times, I had to re-do many seams, and I felt like I was never going to finish. But I took things slow, tried to be as patient as possible, and eventually I got the hang of sewing.

Since this project was so involved, I now feel comfortable using a sewing machine and I'm completely satisfied with the result of my mini quilt! I wouldn't have been able to get far in the process if it wasn't for my great teacher, Lauv. She explained everything step by step to make sure that I learned everything correctly the first time (a round of applause for Lauv).


We want to thank everyone who has been part of our sewing journey! We hope we've inspired many of you to pass on your love for sewing by teaching a friend or family member how to sew. To celebrate Steph's first successful mini quilt, she's giving away strips/scraps of the fabrics she used in her project!

To enter the giveaway simply fill out the form below. Three winners will be chosen at random using random.org and will be announced on this post and contacted via email. Giveaway ends Monday, July 25th.

 

 We can't wait to share more exciting projects with you in the future!

 

Xoxo,

Stephanie & Lauv

 

*****GIVEAWAY CLOSED*****

Congrats Allison C., Rosemary B., and Corinne O.! Check your email.