Sew Good: Debut Collection for Windham Fabrics
Posted on January 30 2022
My debut fabric collection, Sew Good, for Windham Fabrics is almost in stores! (You can pre-order here) So, I thought you might like to see all of the things I have been making with the sample fabric. It was super fun sewing with my own fabric, but also a bit crazy at times. Here is a look at my studio when I spend 3 nutty weeks making projects for the look book:
Since Sew Good is a sewing themed collection, I knew I wanted to make some things for the sewing room. Here is the Simple Iron Cozy from Elizabeth Hartman and the Cover-Up Sewing Machine Cover from Shea Henderson. Patterns are available here and here. My tutorial for the Sew Good Bunting is here.
Great for the sewing room or any place in the house are Chunky Wee Baskets from Sam Hunter. Pattern available here.
Quilts, of course! PDF AND Paper patterns are now available for the quilts and projects I designed for Sew Good. (Of course, you can use any fabric you like to make your own!)
The Scissor Lift paper pattern is here and PDF pattern is here!The Trimmings quilt comes as a PDF pattern, or a paper pattern with or without a custom Applipops set.Sweet Strawberry quilt PDF pattern is here and the paper pattern with or without a Clover bias tape maker is here.
The Sweet Strawberry Quilt needed a companion so I made the Sewing Smiles Doll that I designed for Bo Twal. You can find that pattern here.
Lately I am in love with making little cases. This pattern Kiss Clasp Sewing Box from Pretty by Hand was perfect. Find that pattern here.
The Zip Up Tray Pouch from Aneela Hoey also worked great! You can find that pattern here.
I have been participating in Sew a Softie for years. You can find the tutorial for these Storytime Softies here.
For a recent baby gift, I made the Bunny from my Woodland Creatures pattern, making a few adjustments to add the different fabric for the body, plus the pocket. You can find the pattern here.
When I saw Carolyn Friedlander's Spool pattern I knew it would be perfect for Sew Good fabric. Here is the mini I made, including a bit of the selvedge I added to the back. Get the pattern here.
The simplest thing I made was a bandana to wear. No pattern needed! Just hem a big square!
And finally, a sneak peek at my project for the blog hop! See the whole schedule below!