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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

SW Creative Team Blog Hop! We're doing Fabric this Month!

So glad you stopped by! You are in for a treat! This month my team has taken some of my fabric and has created some very cool projects to get your creative motors going.  Not all of my team members are seamstresses...in fact many of them are general crafters that I encouraged to use fabric in a crafty way.  I knew they could, because they are innovative. You see, when creative people are presented with a new medium, "out of the box" thinking starts to happen.  I can hardly wait to see what my team has prepared.  Contrary to popular belief, fabric does not require sewing.  Some of my girls sewed, but from what I hear, others used glue guns, hand stitching, and other unconventional methods to show you news ways to think about fabric.  Hopefully, this blog hop with get your juices flowing and inspire you to get your crafty on. ;o) 

This month, I'm sharing a couple of shirts that I made for quilt market. They use fabrics from my Wanna Be a Cowboy 2 fabric line for Riley Blake.  I made a fringe applique with machine stitching.  I used a variety of decorative stitches from my machine, and just turned my fabric slowly to sew.







Giveaway:
This month's blog hop giveaway is for a fat quarter bundle of one color way from either my Enchanted Garden Collection or Wanna Be a Cowboy 2.  If you win, you get to choose.  All you have to do is comment on my blog.  To receive additional entries, be sure to comment on each of my team member's blogs, and on my facebook page.

Here is the blog hop order this month...make sure to visit each of these blogs on my list. ;o)












34 comments:

  1. Those shirts are so cute!! I love that fringe applique technique, it looks really fabulous! I'd love to try it...might take a while to get my nerve up!

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  2. The onesies are adorable. The cake is amazing.
    http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com/

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  3. These are soooo adorable! I love the applique technique! Great designs!

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  4. Love both of the shirts, so adorable and they look like you spent hours and hours on them.

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  5. The cake plate detail is awesome, almost intimidating! When you said to go slow it makes it more do-able. Do you sew first and then apply? Very useful ideas!

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  6. These are super cute, Samantha!!!

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  7. The fabrics are amazing. Love everyone's creative and inspiring projects on this hop. The DT ROCKS!

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  8. So Cute!!!! I love using fabric in my crafting. I don't make shirts or anything but flowers and embellishing an altered box...love, love, love! Thanks for the opportunity! May have to try sewing fabric to my layout pages! Katherine

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  9. Oh my goodness, how ADORABLE are these!!! I need to learn the fringed edges, they are soooo cute and now I just want to applique something...hehehe.

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  10. oh my goodness.. how cute is this.. I just love what you have done with the fabric. brilliant!!

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  11. Wow! Both of those onesies are adorable. Love the textures. I am fascinated by the fringe applique technique. I don't think I've seen that anywhere. Yeeowza. My DS is 6, but I think I need to make some onesies! LOL! TFS, Karen

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  12. Love these!!! I've done applique, but not with the fringed edges. I need to give it a try :) Thanks for the inspiration!
    Off to hop around the other blogs.

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  13. Uau! What a wonderful design!It looks great! Off to hop around the other blogs. kiss, joelma

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  14. They are beautifully made and stitched. Very inspirational

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  15. Adorable shirts! I love the layer cake design. Looking forward to the rest of the Hop to see what your talented team has come up with this time! :)

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  16. Fab fabrics and really interesting uses shown on your blog.
    Thanks for a chance...
    JoZarty x

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  17. Love these onesies, so cute. Would love to win.

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  18. These are so cute!

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  19. Hi there! Happy Blog Hop! Nice place! Thanks for the invite via FB! :)

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  20. Those projects are so adorable! It is great to see what you can do with the fabric packs.

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  21. Cute t-shirts! I made my son a quilt using that technique - love it!

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  22. Samantha, these are beautiful!! Delish. Love all the fringed edges.

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  23. Samantha, these are adorable!!!

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  24. Those are so cute, and that cake looks YUMMO!

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  25. I can't wait to get started.

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  26. Love those projects! Thinking of turning them into cards already!

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  27. Aw....yummy creations for yummy, huggable wee ones! :-)

    Hugs, Diane

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  28. Thanks for this wonderful hop!! I enjoyed looking at all the gorgeous fabric projects!! Love your shirts very much too!!

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  29. omg, i love your adorable onesie!!! And the DT seriously knocked it out of the park this time! Well, they do every time...I just don't know how they manage to do that every.single.time. :D Ty for the chance to win ---- I keep hoping one of these days it will be me! :D ESP when you are giving away your fabric.

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  30. Love the fabric and what you did with it and thanks for the chance to win...

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  31. These are so cute! I love to sew snd these would be super cute easy projets for kids....

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  32. Great shirts, those are super cute.

    alisha.moorenielsen@gmail.com
    http://scrappin-happens.blogspot.com/

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