Hello fabulous makers!
Isn’t it crazy how we’re only a few days away from the first day of winter? Unlike us in South Florida, many of you are already experiencing colder weather. One thing that’s great about the cool temperatures is that you feel more encouraged to stay indoors and sew! This is the perfect time to work on all your UFO’s, start new cozy quilts, and sew all kinds of winter garments.
One collection that’s ideal for winter is Blithe by Katarina Roccella. This beautiful collection is filled with frosty trees, confident deer, and subdued colors that will have you sewing in a winter wonderland. We must admit that this season, we’ll be experiencing winter vicariously through this collection.
One thing I truly love about Blithe is that it was inspired by a beautiful quote from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. “I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says 'Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.” Katarina beautifully translates this quote visually through her use of grays, deep plum, and cool shades of blue.
We prepared a wondrous look book for you to feast your eyes on mesmerizing quilts, comfy garments, and classy home décor. Check it out!
Oh, And this "Windowscape" FREE QUILT PATTERN is waiting for you to sew it! Doesn't it look cozy?
Have some fun mixing and matching fabrics with this color guide. Choose your favorite coordinating blenders and start sewing!
Now for the best part… If you want a magical bundle of Blithe fabrics by Katarina Roccella, make sure to enter our giveaway!
To enter simply fill the form below! Giveaway ends Monday, December 19th at 3:00pm. Good luck!
I hope you’re feeling inspired to sew with Blithe. I can’t wait to see all the beautiful projects you’ll make!
Till next time,
CONGRATULATIONS Brooke Osborne, you've won the Blithe Giveaway! Check your email:)
P.S. Check out this video for some fun moments from the Blithe photoshoot. Enjoy!