Friday, March 28, 2014

What is Sew Interesting?

As we've been running the March Madness contest, you've probably noticed references and links to our new Facebook group, Sew Interesting. We're very excited about this new spot on the web to share our love of Benartex, Kanvas and Contempo fabrics, so we wanted to tell you a bit more about this group and let you know how you can join.

This group is a place for all friends and fans of Benartex, Kanvas and Contempo fabrics to come together. Please feel free to share photos of and stories about your projects using Benartex, Kanvas or Contempo! We hope that you enjoy connecting with each other and us!

Here's a peek at some of the fantastic projects that have already been shared in the Sew Interesting group.

Janice Mockmore created this quilt during the Cumberland Valley Quilt Guild
Mystery Quilt of 2013. She used the Casablanca collection. 

Lisa England made this boxed zip pouch from the Bold & Beautiful

From Melody Daugherty: Here's the latest goodie - Nadelstern from Benartex! 
love purple and green together.

From Natalie Elliott Larson: This is made with Michelle D'Amore's Manhattan Modern fabrics. I used the BQ2 pattern. 

From Sandy Doney Kent: My latest use of Michele D'Amore fabrics. Mondo bag from Quiltsmart.  Love all her fabrics! 

From Roseanne Battista: A housewarming gift using the Fenestella pattern from Quilter's Newsletter June/July 2013, featuring Paula Nadelstern's Fabrique-istan.

We'll continue to share new collections, patterns, and ideas using our fabric both here on the Sew in Love with Fabric blog and on our regular Facebook page. Please join us in the Sew Interesting group to share your own projects using our fabrics and be inspired by those that others share! We can't wait to see what you've made! Join the fun today--click here to get to the page and then click on "Join Group"!

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  1. These are awesome projects! I'm so glad you will be sharing here some of the items that will be on your new facebook page, for those of us who do not have facebook. I spend a lot of time on this computer as it is!!
    I'm particularly interested in the block used in the first picture. Can you tell me if that pattern is available anywhere?

  2. Purple and green have been my two favorite colors since I named my daughter Iris over twenty years ago. People asked me for years why I thought purple and green went together. I had to show them so I named her Iris and now most of them get it !~!