The Twig + Tale Blog Tour continues.. Before we show you their makes, we have an announcement - we are also having a HALLOWEEN SALE on the Wild Things Coat, Cape, Vest and Hooded Scarf to help you out with your halloween costumes!
Today we have five bloggers, three of which are from Oceania. They will be treating you with 11 Twig + Tale items!
Audrey from Skirt Fixation blogs together with her daughters. They clearly love skirts, but her eldest daughter is also a star in embroidery. Their entire family of 7 kids is very creative and as she told me two years ago, she actually never watches tv because of it. For the tour she created four Wild things Pathfinders. This group picture really is awesome. She lined them with Mystical woods lunar & Luminaries silver. I assume you are very eager to see those vests in more detail on her blog.
Mend and Make New is our first blogger from New Zealand, home country of Twig and Tale. She has tested many of the Twig and Tale patterns from footwear to doll. For the tour she sewed a pair of pixie shorts in Dabbling swan plum. She also made a super cute pair of baby shoes of which you just have to check out the heel in her blog post.
Louana from NZ Green buttons is, like you could have guessed from her blog name, also from New Zealand and a frequent Twig + Tale sewer. She has a love for thrift stores and finds all kind of treasures from fabric to furniture. Her blog tour sew is also an upcycling project. She used a checkered woolen shirt to make an awesome Fox Pathfinder vest which is lined with Nature study ridge. Do not forget to check her post for a peek of the fox's tail.
Brooke from Idle Sunshine is from Australia. Besides the lovely clothes she makes her kids, Brook actually sews often for herself. She has a love for cooking, floral fabric and upcycling. For the tour she combined Forest Floor Wild Posy Luminous with two beautiful heavier fabrics to make a reversible Cross Roads Vest and Pixie shorts. Be sure you check out the pictures in her post.
Candice from Candice Ayala is a serial crafter who nowadays mostly sews. She also has a big love for upcycling, she even wrote an article about it, recently published in One Thimble. Both her sewing and pictures are a work of art. For the blog tour she made her daughter a lovely ensemble from the Pixie Pea coat and the Pixie pants. The blue pink combination of Yinghua Cherrylight and Afternoon Sail fabrics go to together perfectly, see many more pictures in her blog 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).
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