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. Jann Newman says:

    I use both PDF and printed patterns, but my preference would be printed patterns. Your new collection is so full of color and modern designs … love it!

  2. Rose says:

    I love either version of patterns!

    And I love being introduced to new-to-me blogs via these type of celebrations! Thanks!

  3. Pamela Reim says:

    While there is something nice about holding the print version, I am perfectly comfortable with PDF patterns. Thanks!

  4. Deborah DeBerry says:

    I am a visual learner and am more comfortable using a printed pattern, but in a pinch I do download patterns if one strikes my fancy.

  5. Robyn MacKay says:

    I like both. PDF because I can get it right away. Print because it’s a better picture and comes in a protective plastic zip lock most of the time

  6. Lorraine says:

    I have been wanting to make the sparking stars quilt since I first seen it. I like pdf patterns the best, then I keep then organized on my computer.

  7. Mary Ann McLeod says:

    Hi Krista, I love the printed patterns, but PDF is okay as long as I can print it up. Hoping I get picked!

  8. Pam says:

    Either type of pattern is okay with me…..print or pdf. I love the new fabric line! The modern prints remind me of the Jeston’s cartoon!

  9. Sandy Allen says:

    I prefer printed patterns if there is a template in it or there are lots of pages. I have issues with scaling on templates! Otherwise, a PDF is fine! 🙂

  10. Vicki in MN says:

    I like either pdf’s or printed, kinda depends if I want to make something NOW, then .pdf’s are great!!

  11. Laura says:

    Such wonderful prints in this fabric line. I prefer print patterns because I don’t have a colour printer. However, I often buy PDF patterns that I love. So my answer is I like both print and PDF for different reasons.

  12. Alice Vanderlyke says:

    I prefer a printed pattern if I win. Christa, although we have never mer, I am so impressed with how far you have come since I first started following you. Great work.

  13. Regina DeMatteo says:

    We’re so proud of your success! Your faithful followers from LVMQG just love that you are doing so well. The FF line is sweeet! You can save some postage and draw my name and I’ll pick them up in person. Paper please! Love you, love FF. The colors are out of this world. See you at a meeting soon???

  14. Janet T says:

    I prefer printed as I have lost so much information from crashing computers. It’s the old “Bird in hand” thing for me.

  15. Donna says:

    I prefer paper patterns so I can read them at various times when I have a few minutes but am not near my computer.

  16. Kim from Canada says:

    So excited for the new line of fabric – I’m sad I can’t win a fat quarter bundle (but used to it as most giveaways exclude Canada), but I’m excited to have a chance to win your patterns by PDF. Heading to Vegas in November, so will look for your fabric at Sew Yeah, while there. 🙂 I Love riding your success virtually, it has been a fun trip. 🙂

  17. alaskanmom2one says:

    I’m loving your Fandangle fabric & look forward to seeing what the other designers have made with it.
    I prefer PDF patterns as my sewing/storage space in my home is very limited.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your fantastic patterns 🙂

  18. Patti-Jo Swan says:

    I love your new line of fabrics — the beaded curtain brings back memories!! If I am chosen, I’d prefer a PDF file.

    Thanks so much!

  19. Jayne P says:

    I do like to have a printed pattern but if you need a pattern quickly or purchasing from abroad then a PDF option is a great idea and I love this Fandangle fabric range

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