A great big thank you to all the talented bloggers who participated in our Spring Bloom Makers Blog Hop! It was a huge success! What a talented group of Makers! I was so inspired by all of their work and enjoyed getting to know everyone along the way. Below are my favorite photos from each project. Take a look and click on the photo links below to see all 11 makers. I hope you are inspired to get started with Spring Bloom and join the Spring Bloom Makers family. Congratulations to all the fabric winners so far. Thank you to the team at Windham Fabrics. Now I open up the #springbloommakers challenge to you and look forward to seeing your creations. Thanks for following along!
Today is the last day to enter my #springbloommakersgiveaway on Instagram!
Wintergreen and the Bee: Fabric Flower Pots! Leah and Bea the talented sisters behind this beautiful blog really think outside the box.
Nell's Notions: In her busy schedule as marketing director for Windham Fabrics and mom of 5, Nell Timmer still has time to whip up something beautiful. I love her color choices.
St. Louis Folk Victorian: Kristy Daum's Four Squared Quilt makes Spring Bloom dance. I love the yellow tonal background and fun color play!
Thread Riding Hood: Sherri Sylvester's Ruffled Plaid Madness Dress is adorable! I mean this is so cute and Springy with the rain boots.
Live a Colorful Life: Cindy Wiens turned heads with this Split Personality pillow. I think the black works so well with the colors. It makes a bold statement.
Poppyprint: Krista Hennebury nailed color and balance with this Macaron Quilt. Pattern by The Sometimes Crafter. This photo is beautiful! I can't wait to see this Quilt and meet Krista in person at her Make It Take It book signing at Spring Quilt Market.
Felicity Quilts: Felicity Ronaghan's amazing And....Bloom Plus quilt really shows off Spring Bloom fabric. The cascade effect and the quilting is really cool and modern. I love it!
The Studiolo: Casey York created a masterpiece of Modern Appliqué. Her Wisteria Quilt was influenced by Japanese cloisonné enamel designs and she pulls motifs from Spring Bloom Fabric for her pattern. It is brilliant!
Better Off Thread: Janice Ryan is a master of the Modern Medallion. Her Spring Bouquet quilt has gotten a lot of attention. It has so much movement it brings the fabric to life!
That's a wrap!
Thank you for following along with us! I have enjoyed reading all the comments. I am grateful for your support in this creative adventure. Don't miss our Spring Bloom Pintarest Board. I hope this inspires you to get creative this Spring. If you become a Spring Bloom Maker please share with me. I am so happy to see what YOU make!