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Enchanted Blog Tour




How whimsical and cute is this new Enchanted Fabric line designed by Dodi Poulson for Riley Blake Designs
The color palette of navy blue, teal, mint 
and pinks are irresistible. 
The squirrel motive in one of the prints blends 
perfectly with the geometrics, polka dots and flowers.



I decided to make some 2" hexagons using 
the English Paper Piecing method.
The fabrics were so fun to fussy cut the 
motifs in this collection.



Pillows are such a great way to add 
color to any space in your home.
They are fun elements of added texture
to beds, chairs and sofas.


Once the hexagons were hand stitched they were 
placed on a whole cloth and machine stitched 
through the middle and outside edges of each hexagon.
The edge of the pillow is bound just like a quilt 
which gives it a nice finished look.


Thank you Dodi for such fun colors and 
designs that make sewing so enjoyable!

 

You could win a bundle of Enchanted fabric 
by visiting Dodi’s blog called Loose Threads 
(www.sashgals.com) and leave a comment.
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One entry per blog post, per day of the Blog Tour.
Enter every day to increase your chance of winning!!!
Check out all the designers gorgeous projects below!

Happy Sewing!!!

Jina xox


Blog Tour Schedule

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

Comments

  1. Oh this is so beautiful! And I love how the hexies show off the fabrics!

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  2. What a great way to use the whole collection!

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  3. Very beautiful! Love the tiny squirrels too!

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  4. your pillow is lovely. perfect for Easter or a little girl. heck LOL I would love this too.

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  5. SO PRETTY! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  6. I love hexies--and I love your pillow with the hexies using this fabric line--pink is my go to color!!!
    great design and thanks for sharing--
    enjoy the moments, di

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  7. Beautiful work
    on your pillow!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. I love hexies and you used Enchanted so sweetly in your pillow. The binding just adds a special touch to the pillow.

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  9. I love the hexie pillow and the cute cat next to it!

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