Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Next stop.... Jedi Craft Girl!


Next Stop on the Blog Tour:
Highlighting my new Enchanted Fabric line is the fabulous Amanda over at Jedi Craft Girl.

You could win a bundle of Enchanted fabric by leaving a comment here.One entry per blog post per day of the Blog Tour, here on Loose Threads.
Enter everyday to increase your chance of winning!!!


Monday, Jan 23rd - Little Londyn
Tuesday, Jan 24th - Jedi Craft Girl
Wednesday, Jan 25th –  Loose Threads
Thursday, Jan 26th - Meags and Me
Friday, Jan 27th - Pretty by Hand


Monday, Jan 30th - Tie Dye Diva
Tuesday, Jan 31st - Two Sisters as Squirrel Hallow
Wednesday, Feb 1st - Striped Swallow Designs
Thursday, Feb 2nd - Izzy and Ivy
Friday, Feb 3rd - Ellis and Higgs


Monday, Feb 6th – Aurifil
Tuesday, Feb 7th - The Crafty Quilter
Wednesday, Feb 8th - Two Sisters at Squirrel Hallow
Thursday, Feb 9th - Jina Barney Designz
Friday, Feb 10th - Riley Blake



24 comments:

  1. Such an enjoyable blog hop! Enchanted is a beautiful line of fabric!

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  2. More great projects to show off this wonderful line!

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  3. I loved the quilt pattern she used, it made the plaid stand out on it's own. Blues and pinks together are classic. Thanks for the chance to win a bundle, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  4. Cute bag and quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  5. Love the quilt and bag she made! Have saved the post for "someday/" :)

    Sandy A

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  6. Amanda's quilt really stands out, I love her tote bag with the whale.

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  7. The projects today highlight how versatile these fabrics are. The focus on plaid with mostly pink and navy made it seem like a nautical / preppy line, very crisp. The same quilt, done with a wider variety of fabrics from the same line, would seem "girlier" and more feminine. Two very different sisters could each find something to love here. :) (I had sisters like that, growing up.)

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  8. That is such a lovely quilt and a great summer bag. Love the tutos she made!

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  9. Great stuff here! Such a modern vibe and very classy!

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  10. What fun! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  11. I never think about quilting with plaid, but that turned out adorable!

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  12. The tote and quilt--love them. And great photos and instructions too!

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  13. I fall in love with the pink and navy plaid!!!

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  14. That quilt turned out really nice. Lovely fabric combo.

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  15. I love the colours in this line! Soo sweet!

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  16. What a cute bag - love the fabrics !!

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  17. Amanda did a great job of the quilt and tote bag using the navy and pink plaid fabric together.

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  18. I love the fabric. Lots of FUN!

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  19. I adore this quilt and coordinating tote bag! So classic and fun!
    Susie

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  20. I love the tote bag! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  21. I'm crazy about the whale tote! And the quilt worked out perfectly with just one print and the plaid!
    3dears (at) gmail (dot) com

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  22. Love the bag. Thanks! tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  23. I love love love plaid and Jedi Craft Girl's quilt showcased it so well!

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  24. What a fun blog post, and a great quilt tutorial!
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks!

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