Fandangle Fabric Blog Hop over at Sew in Love (Benartex’ Blog)

Exciting news! I just got word that Fandangle fabric stars shipping to stores this week, so those the pre-ordered fat quarter bundles and kits should from me should be getting them soon!! In other fun news, this week also kicks off the fun and inspiring Fandangle blog hop over on Benartex’ blog: Sew in Love with Fabric.

Fandangle Blog Hop

Today starts with an introduction of the fabric line over on the Benartex blog along with an interview I gave explaining some of my thoughts and inspiration behind the collection. Tuesday through Friday, nine talented designer friends will be sharing the projects they made from my fabric. Saturday will wrap up with a virtual trunk show of my patterns featuring Fandangle, again over on the Benartex blog.

There will be prizes and tons of beautiful projects!

Each of the stops will include a winner who will get a prize pack of 8 assorted Fandangle fat quarters (US shipping only due to high shipping costs.) So be sure to scroll to the end of this post for the complete schedule and bookmark each stop for your chance to win!

Fandangle Fabric Bundle by Christa Watson

Click here to purchase Fandangle fabric bundles.

And to make it even more exciting – I’m throwing in a bonus prize bundle, too. I’ll choose 3 winners who will each win a bundle of my three newest patterns: Sparkling Stars, Pearl Pendants, and Surplus Strips. Of course, these patterns will look great in any fabrics you choose!

To enter leave me a comment letting me know if you prefer PDF patterns, or print patterns – or both!!

US winner swill get their choice of PDF or print version. International winners will receive the PDF version. I’ll choose 3 random winners on Saturday at the end of the hop and announce their names here on the blog on Monday.

Fandangle Quilt Patterns

Click here to view all of my quilt patterns – print version
Click here to view all of my quit patterns – PDF version

Here’s the Full Blog Hop Schedule:

Monday

Benartex Blog: Sew in Love with Fabric Interview

Tuesday
Heather from Quilt-achusetts; IG: @quiltachusetts

Nancy from Masterpiece Quilting; IG: @masterpiecequilting

Wednesday
Thursday
Annie from By Annie; IG @patternsbyannie
Friday
Tina from Mod Geometry; IG: @sashikostyle
Paige from Quilted Blooms; IG: @quiltedblooms
Saturday
Sew in Love with Fabric Virtual Trunk Show
Fandangle Fabric by Christa Watson

I’ll be offering Fandangle fabric bundles for a limited time, so grab yours while they last!

I’m so excited to see what everyone makes from my fabric! Be sure and use the hashtag #fandanglefabric on socila media so I can see what you’re making, too!

69 thoughts on “Fandangle Fabric Blog Hop over at Sew in Love (Benartex’ Blog)

  1. dezertsuz says:

    Great designs. There are pieces I like in the warm range, but the blues, greens and grays really appeal to me a lot!

  2. Monica says:

    I like to have both PDF and Printed. I like to have a pattern in my hand when I working on it but the convenience I having it PDF so if I’m out and about and buying fabric I’ll have the information.

  3. Judy says:

    Your fabric looks beautiful. I order both depending on shipping costs. I usually print out the PDF pattern because it is easier for me than trying to work off an ipad screen.

  4. Molly Plasters says:

    I’m a printed pattern girl, all the way! I like to have it in my hands and refer to it no matter if I have a computer handy or not. We don’t have cell phones and our tablet is shared, so I don’t always have access to a device. Fandangle is amazing! Thanks!

  5. Julie Young says:

    I like the printed pattern, but the pdf option is great to have, also. If I’m going to need to write notes, the pdf is great to have since I can print a fresh copy. But, I do love the pretty shiny cover photo of a print pattern.

  6. Cheri Searles says:

    Gorgeous fabrics. Just ordered the kit. Thank you for the giveaway. I would prefer the printed patterns.

  7. Judy Forkner says:

    I like a print pattern best, for sure–once in awhile when I try to print a pdf, my printer doesn’t get all the words, or at least letters. Sometimes on the sides, sometimes at the top or bottom!

  8. Shelly Elaine says:

    I like both PDF and printed, I really don’t have a preference. I like your new fabric and patterns, keep up the good work. Also, your table basting method is super genius!

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