You may have heard about the latest addition to Pure Solids, but in case you haven’t- we added 20 NEW COLORS! Last week, our lovely AGF Sewcialite, Elizabeth Chappell decided to showcase #PureSolids in a fun way. She reached out to a handful of talented makers and started the AGF Pure Solids Blog Tour (link to her blog). Every day they shared on their social media what they decided to make, along with a pattern that Elizabeth is planning on releasing soon. Although the tour has come to an end, these makers talent deserve a major spotlight so here’s a quick recap if you missed it:
Day 1, @thewillowmarket stretched her creative abilities and created her first ever all solids mini quilt! Filled with beautiful color and texture, while using #xmarksthespotquilt pattern.
Day 2, Rachel from @wren.collective made her debut using #overtherainbow quilt pattern! With this earthy color palette, it was the perfect wall art piece.
Day 3, @loandbeholdstitchery also used the #xmarksthespot quilt pattern but with an ombre effect, taking it to a whole other direction.
On day 4, @simplymackbeth decided to brighten up the day with an #overtherainbow quilt! She took a simple approach, but paired it with her impressive quilting skills to really elevate the look.
Day 5, a veteran of using Pure Solids, @morgankellyquilts, showcased her super cozy #xmarksthespotquilt by choosing a softer color palette and completing the vibe with Bonnie Christine’s print as the backing.
Last stop on this tour- Day 6 with @stitchandbundle’s debut! She mixed some soft and bold colors and alternated it on her version of #xmarksthespotquilt.
A round of applause for these ladies! I really enjoyed seeing what colors each would choose and especially observing how each maker’s style comes through to their final project. Make sure to follow them on their social media to get a full grasp of their talent and also follow Elizabeth’s account as she will be announcing her new quilt patterns very soon.
Who did you enjoy the most on this blog tour? What would you love to see made with our Pure Solids? Let me know in the comments below!