Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Soho Bandana Fabrics!


Yesterday I received a most welcome package from Indygo Junction. A one yard collection of Soho Bandana Fabrics, designed by Amy Barickman. The Contest was hosted by Sherri of A Quilting Life and I was so excited to win this one. 

I have been talking with my daughter on ways to decorate her room and when I saw Amy's new line, I knew this would be perfect for a fun quilt and matching pillows. I am thinking of getting some quilting denim and using that with the fabrics and making her a fun quilt, then pillows to go around her bed. So far I am thinking of blocks with the bandana fabric surrounded by denim or maybe bandana circles. If you have any ideas or a link to quilts that would work well with denim and bandanas, I would love to hear about it.


Not only did they send the fabrics, but I also got patterns to use it with. These will be fun as gifts and I know my daughter would love a messenger bag for school. I have been wanting to practice my sewing skills, so these will be perfect to get me started.

This week I am working on some Christmas presents and a quilt, so hopefully I will have some finishes for you, by Friday.


11 comments:

Fiona said...

what fun fabric.. well done on that win....
Hugz

cucki said...

wow very sweet fabric..
hugs x

Terry said...

Pretty fabrics! Have fun sewing with them! :0)

Farmhouse prims said...

Congratulations on your winnings, what beautiful fabric and such an awesome giveaway, can't see what you will be making with it. hugs, Lecia

moosecraft said...

How fun! Messenger bags are awesome! Great for school and also for shopping!

acorn hollow said...

what a wonderful win! I can't wait to see what you do with all that wonderful fabric.
Cathy

paulette said...

SCORE!!!!! This was an awesome win!! Good for you!
P

Quilt Hollow said...

Wow! Lucky girl!

Libby said...

Way to go! You are really branching out.

Julie Fukuda said...

Those fabrics will go great with denim.
I'm sure you will come up with a fun pattern. One of my friends made a quilt for a daughter with raw edges using fabric squares and denim. I don't use a machine so have not tried it but her effort turned out so well, she had to make another for her other daughter.

Sherri said...

I'm so glad it all arrived safely!

Sherri at A Quilting Life