True Colors. Pretty Fabric. Fun Blog Tour.
I’m popping in to tell you about a blog tour that I’m participating in that involves chances for you to win lovely fabric. Yes, you’re going to want to keep reading.
In an effort to promote the True Colors line of mixer fabric prints, the folks at FreeSpirit are looking to spread some fabric love in the blogosphere.
They recruited some bloggers, sent us boxes of delicious fabric and gave us some extra goodies to give away. (Check back Jan. 29 to enter to win.)
I didn’t eat the fabric, of course, but my box contained a visual feast of Heather Bailey’s True Colors fabric and sampling of her lovely Lottie Da collection (below), which has a great vintage-inspired feel.
(Jacquie and Julie, my dear sisters, you really need to check this stuff out! Come over and sew with me!!)
So what is True Colors all about? Well, the folks at FreeSpirit describe it as “a new, designer-driven program featuring fresh, modern prints” created by designers Joel Dewberry, Anna Maria Horner, Heather Bailey and Jenean Morrison. Each designer created five distinctive prints in four color ways that can be used alone or as mixer prints in quilting and other sewing projects. The True Colors collection offers more creative options for fabric lovers and even look pretty in a pile.
I’ll be whipping up something fun using Heather’s True Colors prints mixed with her Lottie Da collection to post on my assigned day later this month. In the meantime, enjoy the rest of the tour (links below). The party starts Monday, folks! Don’t miss out!
|1/21||Stitchery Dickory Dock|
|1/22||I’m A Ginger Monkey|
|1/23||The Sewing Loft|
|1/27||Dairy of A Quilter|
|1/30||Stitched in Color|