One of the benefits of working at Ink & Arrow is our ability to share our fun fabrics with industry talent! By sharing fabric through special projects and opportunities, we are able to spark a wonderful chain reaction. We design and produce the fabric, the maker/crafter/sewist takes the fabric and creates something they are proud of and then they share their project and inspire others… it’s an amazing cycle of creativity! We ❤ it!
Kristin Link of Sew Mama Sew is one of our favorite bloggers. Her passion for fabric and sewing jumps off the screen and we appreciate her enthusiasm and dedication! Sew Mama Sew coordinated a special sewing challenge using our Whip It Up fabrics. Six different bloggers participated by taking the Whip It Up fabrics and creating kitchen or dining items to share on their blogs. The results were fantastic. One of the best things about design is how everyone has a different perspective. Using the same fabrics, following the same overall theme yielded very different and varied projects.
I know, I know… let’s see the results…in no particular order- because we are in awe of ALL of these projects!!! So exciting!!!
Tea bag appliqué = ❤ Great job to Cindy Guch! Check out the rest of her projects here! How darling!!!
Of course a diy cocktail napkin is required for any fabulous gathering! We love these beauties, thanks to Jenny! Click here to see how to make your own!
Dena Wilkins of Living Water Quilter has a knack for showing how simple can be sophisticated! Swing over to her blog here to see how to make these yourself!
Well, we think we need these in our pantry ASAP! See more at Magdalena’s blog here!
Bethany Raymond of Sew Not Perfect created a nice collection of items see them here!
Stripes of strips are so clever by Linda Rose of Sew Happily Ever After. Learn how to make these cuties here.
We can’t pick a favorite – they are all too fun for words! We loved collaborating with Sew Mama Sew on this and hope to share more in the future. A BIG shout out to the participants of this challenge, we are so “grateful” for your creative talents…