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Charleston by REVIVE Blog Tour Recap!

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Today is the last day of the Charleston by REVIVE Blog Tour! We hope you’ve had as much fun as we’ve had keeping up with these talented designers all week. The event was filled with so many awesome projects and tutorials that we couldn’t resist putting together a little at-a-glance summary, just in case you missed anything. Click the photo collages to view the full corresponding post at each designer’s blog!

Don’t forget to enter the Grand Prize Giveaway >HERE!<

Each participant below is also giving away 1 yard of fabric from the Charleston collection (winner’s choice).
Be sure to enter to win on each participating post!

 

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3 lucky winners will receive this 28-piece bundle of the full collection! Click the picture to go to the giveaway page!

 

Monday, July 20

Shayla and Kristy at Sassafras Lane Designs kicked off the festivities by creating digital designs from several of their gorgeous patterns. They really show off Charleston’s versatility! View their post here or click the collage below.

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Tuesday, July 21

Leslie Meltzer from 50 Sq Ft Studios took over for Day 2 of the tour. Leslie was inspired by the evolving technology of transportation during the 1920’s and 30’s and how it was changing the way Americans traveled. With this in mind, she chose to make a Get Out Of Town Duffle Bag from Patterns by Annie. With her leftover Charleston fabric, she also whipped up May Chappell’s Bon Voyage Passport Cover. Two fabulous projects for the retro-inspired jet-setter! View the post here or click the collage below.

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Accompanying Leslie on Tuesday were our friends over at Make Something, who shared a tutorial for this little evening bag that perfectly embodies the extravagance of the era. View the post here or click the collage below.

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Wednesday, July 22

Rebecca Silbaugh of Ruby Blue Quilts kicked off “hump day” by giving us the necessary steps to make her Scrappy Disappearing Four Patch quilt. Passionate about art history, Rebecca was super excited to use this line, and it’s certainly evident by looking at the gorgeous quilt top she stitched up! View the post here or click the collage below.

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Thursday, July 23

Thursday was another fun-filled day on the blog tour, featuring two designers equally inspired by Charleston.

Kim Brackett from Magnolia Bay Quilts designed an elegant block and shared the tutorial for it, and showed us how this block would look in a full quilt. View the post here or click the collage below.

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Lee Chappell Monroe from May Chappell used her Clutched pattern to make these pretty purses with subtle metallic hues and a pop of blue in the lining. She walked us through her process of re-sizing the pattern so we can make this chic accessory using any size frame! View the post here or click the collage below. She’s giving away a PDF copy of her Clutched pattern in addition to the yard of Charleston fabric!

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Friday, July 24

Jessica VanDenburgh of Sew Many Creations wrapped up the tour with this darling trio of purses made from her upcoming pattern, the Stella Swing Bag. We love the patchwork variations! View the post here or click the collage below. She’s giving away a copy of the pattern in addition to the yard of Charleston fabric!

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We hope you’ve enjoyed blog-hopping with us! We’re so glad you joined the party. Stay tuned to SewTimeless for future giveaways, projects, and lots more fabric-fabric fun!

3 replies
  1. kathy pfaltzgraff
    kathy pfaltzgraff says:

    Thanks to you and Sassafras-lane for letting me join in your blog tour and for the lovely red yardage I won with S :L! It is even prettier in real life and I was so excited to receive it this last Friday. Keep up the colorful work. Kathy in Colo

  2. Leslie
    Leslie says:

    Thank you so much for putting together such an awesome blog hop (yes, I am a bit biased). It was so much fun getting to see all of the projects. I hope to do it again sometime!

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