Sis Boom is delighted to be participating in the American Patchwork & Quilting 1 Million Pillowcase Challenge!! Together with the blogs listed below (and fellow quilter, sewers and crafters), we are helping APQ meet their goal of donating one million pillowcases to local charities! We are sending 20 pillowcases to Queen Louise Home for Children, an organization close to Jennifer's heart, located in the US Virgin Islands.
For more information and free Pillowcase Patterns check out the following:
Blog Participants List:
· Alison Glass (http://alisonglass.com/blog)
· American Patchwork & Quilting (www.allpeoplequilt.com/blog)
· Barb and Mary of Me and My Sister Designs (http://www.meandmysisterdesigns.com/blog/)
· The Benartex Design Team: Sew in Love with Fabric (http://www.sewinlovewithfabric.blogspot.com)
· Debby Kratovil (http://debbykratovilquilts.blogspot.com/)
· Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts (http://www.laundrybasketquilts.net/blog/)
· Heidi Pridemore (http://heidipridemore.blogspot.com)
· How To Sew (www.howtosew.com)
· Jennifer Paganelli of Sis Boom (http://www.sisboom.com/blog/)
· Joanna Figueroa of Fig Tree Quilts (http://figtreequilts.typepad.com/my_weblog/)
· Karrie Winters of Freckled Whimsy (http://www.freckledwhimsy.com/)
· Kelle Boyd of Ann Kelle (http://www.annkelle.com/category/blog/)
· Linda Carlson (www.lindacarlsonquilts.com)
· Lori Mason (http://www.lorimasondesign.com/news/)
· Modern Quilt Studio (http://craftnectar.com/)
· Nicole Daksiewicz of Modern Handcraft (http://modernhandcraft.com/)
· Northcott: Patti’s Patchwork (www.pattispatchwork.com)
· Shannon Fabrics: My Cuddle Corner (http://shannonfabrics.com/blog/index/)
· Tammy Silvers (http://www.tamarinis.typepad.com)
· Timeless Treasures: Sew Timeless (http://www.ttfabrics.com/blog/)
· Valori Wells (http://www.valoriwells.com/blog/)
· Verna Mosquera of The Vintage Spool (http://freespiritfabric.blogspot.com/)
· Wendy Sheppard of Ivory Spring (http://ivoryspring.wordpress.com/)
We are so excited to share our growing pile with you, Thanks for the challenge such an uplifting cause!!!
Melissa P. is under the weather and never made it to quilt market but she sent these lovelies ahead to represent Lucky Girl and boy is she amazing with color. Melissa P. of 100 Billion Stars has 100 billion ideas and they are all amazing. Melissa, Utilizing 2 patterns from K Whitt's book 'Sew Serendipity Bags' she came up with these amazing looks!! These bags are sooo good looking. So be sure and read Melissa's blog for more info and the next fabric giveaway we do will include a free pattern for the gorgeous pillow!!! Melissa, thank you so very much. Nice work!! I swear as a bad sewist I appreciate anyone who sews with such conviction. I love her free motion quilting.!!
Hey we are debuting Lucky Girl and we hope that it makes you feel special and fluffy(?) Surrounded by a cascade of flowers and sunlit hues you will start seeing Palm trees and snorkels if you aren't careful. Sis Boom fabrics have that affect on people. We are so memorized by the beauty of Lucky Girl and the effects on your psyche meaning you may hunker for a Pina Colada. It's all ok you are in a very good place because there will be others like you!! We find as we go along that Sis Boom fabrics elicit happy it's as if they were printed in honey!!! We love to be your place for happy and always we thank are lucky stars above for all of you. Oh and for blog followers only a chance to win 3 yards mixed of Lucky Girl. Please leave us a message..ends Sunday evening. There will be also plenty at the show.
Christy Bennett had an idea a year ago and after lots of consideration she has launched what I deem to be the next best thing from this world. Are you ready??? Pre-made, lined, drapes!!!! I just think this is an idea that will be a huge hit!! I am over the moon excited. Once they find Darling Drapery they'll just have to deal with which ones to get!!!! So many possibilities and she makes it affordable!!! Christy I think you are on the tipping point of something big and I know it is going to take off!!! throw drapes up and have a party!!!! Match some pillows and you are good to go. Congrats Christy!!So get over to Etsy and take a look at her collection. I know you will love what you see....which room will you tackle first?
I've neglected my blog and the work is piling up!! Please forgive me. I devote so much time to sewing these days and I really need to get on the stick? ..off the stick? and why a stick? Anywho I miss you all and I've wanted to share with you the greatest project I did this summer ...I mean we. Katies boyfriend Berto painted the dresser below with Annie Sloans Napoleonic Blue Chalk Paint, forget the paint, that name sends me to the moon!!! I knew I had to have it and yes pricey for a pint but I still have a 1/2 a can left!!! This woman is brilliant, her colors are fabulous and the videos and tips on various sites and youtube make the whole thing go quite quickly. I want to paint everything this color just so I can say Napoleonic Blue..feels so noble..Royal!! So take a look and tell her I sent you. Not that she'll care or even know who I am....So inhale this beautiful dresser if you like.. The knobs are from Anthropologie but a little to transparant..not showing up..so I painted the back white so no light could shine through and now they pop!!! So I promise from here on forward not to neglect my Blog duties but please say you'll keep coming..xoxoxo Oh and sweet boy George was such a big help! PS this has nothing to do with chalkboard paint..
The bus went by today and it's always a trigger for longing..It went by so fast and yet I am so grateful to be present for all of it. There is so much that can take us out of the day to day , we see it all the time. I 'm just so glad to have felt all the good the bad and the ugly. There is something so precious about being present and available to our kids. I love mine to bits and I do miss the wonder that they experience in front of you every day..It's exquisite. So when I saw this beautiful quilt on the beach that Jane from Maiden Jane made it made me miss their youth even more. She created something so beautiful that will be packed with memories over the years! Have you met Jane be sure to follow her she is delightful. Crazy Love is no longer being produced but lots of places carry them. Here's one place I found. Quilt Home has a ton!!
Hawthorne Threads ordered more Circa for those collectors (hoarders) out there! They have cut you fat quarters and charm packs and all that good stuff. So please take what you need to complete your Sis Boom Treasury!! We are so excited this line filled you with inspiration! We love all the ideas and are amazed at the talent out there!! This may be the end of it so grab up when you can!! The sellers shelves are making way for Lucky Girl!!! So speaking of Lucky Girl Lynn Harris of the Little Red Hen made the most gorgeous quilt from Lucky Girl!! We are so in love with this Herringbone design!! Lynn you always turn us on with your amazing color choices and this one is no exception! With the most sincere gratitude we thank you!!
How about some Lucky Girl patchwork pillows?! Toss some sweet patchwork pillows on a cozy chenille chair. We patched these up in photoshop, but would love to see what YOU come up with! Don't forget to use your hashtags! Happy sewing and you go, Lucky Girls xo!
Girls World is off the charts and we think the clothes and projects will look amazing with our new fabrics from Lucky Girl due out in October!! Check them out below..They got a huge response on facebook..Are you following us there? OK now you can indulge in Lucky Girl. Place your pre-orders with FreespiritFabric.com . Also if you love a sew-a-long please follow The Scientific Seamstress Lab on facebook!!! Cathy and Jeanine are standing by to help you sew!!We love when you love our books!! We encourage you to share and teach with them!
yes we are open..letting go of lots of product, many handmade right here in CT. See anything you like, please inquire, we are here to help!