Welcome to Twig + Tale Blog Tour - Day 2

Welcome to Twig + Tale Blog Tour - Day 2

We are back with day two of the Welcome to Twig and Tale blog tour!

Today we have five lovely creations . At the end of the post you can again find the rafflecopter to win two yards of Art Gallery fabric and 5 Twig + Tale patterns.

Saskia from Vera Luna is a Dutch Academic and in her sewing she often uses that experimental mind set. Many of her sewing projects are upcycled and so is the lovely Pixie Pea Coat Saskia made for the tour. The challenge with upcycling is often how to use your fabric optimally, and this project wasn't an exception. Saskia chose a lovely color block for her coat, and used the gorgeous Owly Boo knit to line it. Read more about this lovely coat on Vera Luna's blog.

Annika from Näh-connection is a sewing world connector. She started her mission by writing her blog in both German (she lives in Germany) and English, and recently opened a web shop for translated sewing patterns from and to German. Her sewing with a higher mission is also of great quality, she won Project Run and Play Season 11 at the beginning of the year. For the blog tour she sewed a super cute unicorn Wild Things Coat which she lined with Wispy Daybreak Aura. Check out her post for more pictures.

Karly from Paisley Roots' sewing style is clearly about fun, color and child's choices. She has five child size models in her house that she home schools. Besides teaching and sewing Karly likes to organize sewing related blog tours herself, so we were extra happy she made time for ours. For the tour she sewed, by his own request, a Bunny Wild Things Coat for her son. He managed to pick an animal that actually is not shown on the beautiful "Oh Hello Meadow" lining. The coat's grey exteriors is "Clouded Horizon", there are more detailed pictures in the blog post

Sarah from Khadetjes has a big love for (Flemish) words and self irony. Reading her (Dutch) blog is always a treat, both verbally and visually. Today, because of the blog tour, she has added a small English summary to her post, so just scroll down to find it. Sarah has a big heart. This year she is organizing for the second time a big sewing related charity event. For the tour Sarah made a Wild Things Scarf lined with Destination Flock, check out her cute daughter and scarf on the blog.

Miranda from Inspinration, well that is me. For a few months I have been virtually assisting Lisa. It is clearly only virtually, because I am from the Netherlands, which results is an interesting reverse day schedule! I feel connected to all elements of Twig + Tale - play and fun are main drivers in our household. I love to use unconventional and bright print combinations in my sewing. For the tour I made my eldest a Pixie Pea Coat with both collar and hood. The outside of the coat is Line drawings in canvas and the lining Moon stories spark, read more about the coat in my post.


Art Gallery Fabrics is kindly sponsoring 2 yards of Art Gallery fabric of your choice. To make the prize extra sweet, we are also adding a collection of 5 Twig + Tale patterns of your choice. International entries are very welcome. Our bloggers come from every corner of the world to celebrate the global nature of Twig +Tale too.


Enter using the rafflecopter below. (The winning entry will be checked to ensure all criteria are met).


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Monday: Falafel and the Bee - Handmade Boy - Sew A Little Seam - Sew Shelly Sew
Tuesday: Näh-connection - Khadetjes - Paisley Roots - Vera Luna - Inspinration
Wednesday: Skirt Fixation - Mend and Make New - Idle Sunshine - NZ Green buttons - Candice Ayala
Thursday: Vaahtokarkkimonsteri Sprouting Jube Jube
- Life in our busy household - Elephant Dimples
Friday: Pattern Revolution - Milk Monster Momma - Small Steps Big Noises - Fliegfederfrei
Saturday: - Made by Sara - So Popo Sew - Big Little Tales - Needle and Ted



5 Responses

Yanira Correa
Yanira Correa

October 15, 2016

I love these stunning coats and how everyone had a different style and color pallet.

Neepa Suraj
Neepa Suraj

October 13, 2016

Love your patterns!

Jenya
Jenya

October 13, 2016

Absolutely stunning creations!

nadine
nadine

October 13, 2016

Love these jackets! Im about to start making my kids jackets using a wool blanket, but might have to try cotton exterior like these ones too!

Angela
Angela

October 13, 2016

You have too many newsletter requests and I can not sign up

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