Feature Friday: The BUMPER Edition!
Oh my goodness! I noticed this week that I had a couple drafts of Feature Friday posts that never got posted. Whoops-a-daisy. So I thought today to make up for it, we'd have a Feature Friday bumper edition and include not one but several great creations from the Made With Pink Castle Fabrics flickr pool. (Remember, at the end of the month, we'll still offer a link-up for you to link your February sewing projects & be entered into a giveaway!)
First things first, I wanted to congratulate Helen on finishing her first ever quilt! It looks amazing, doesn't it?
It's a disappearing nine-patch made out of our old Lunar Landing bundle. The bundle is no longer in stock, but have a look at our other bundles - as you can see they look quite good all together in a quilt! We are honored that one of our bundles inspired a finished first quilt. We hope there are more quilts in Helen's future!
And how about this assortment of bags & pouches rounded up from the Pink Castle Fabrics flickr pool?
Wow, there's enough bag inspiration here to last anyone a while!
The drawstring bags are from Katy at imagingermonkey, she made them using her Sizzix, but you certainly don't need one to make these cute little pouches. They're a perfect way to showcase some of your smaller scraps without committing to a time-consuming postage stamp quilt! Katy links to a tutorial she wrote for the bags on her blog.
The funky triple zip pouch was made by Heidi from Fabric Mutt. We love that she used pre-cuts from the 2wenty Thr3e line due to be released next month. Currently we have charm packs, fat eight packs, fat quarter packs, layer cakes, and jelly rolls of 2wenty Thr3e available. The pouch is a great showcase for snippets of favorite fabric and on her triple zip blog post, Heidi links to the tutorial she used so you can make your own.
The pleated totes were made by Shelley and she used Ellen Luckett Baker's beautiful Stamped fabric and her Pleated Tote Tutorial. The tutorial and the Stamped line are a perfect combination - any Kokka linens will make for a great and sturdy bag!
The colorful and wacky Weekender Bag is from Jessica who blogs over at Euphoria. Read a little about her Weekender in this post. Jessica tells us the bag was not as scary to make as she thought it would be... if that's encouragement enough for you, we have Amy Butler's Weekender Bag pattern in stock!
...That's all for now, folks.
Catch you next Friday for regular feature programming... we have a lot more awesome Pink Castle projects to share with you! Why not add your own Pink Castle fabric creations to the flickr pool?!