Sew Me a Song

Amy Friendgardening, paper piecing, sew me a song, Sew-Ichigo8 Comments

I am so excited to announce the opening of a new Etsy shop, Sew me a Song! Recently, my friends Becca and Peg told me that they were no longer going to be co owners of Sew Fresh Fabrics due to some life changes (good things–not a friendship gone bad!). You can read more about that on the Sew Fresh Fabrics Blog. But then, just shortly after that, Becca launched her own fabric shop called Sew me a Song. How great is that? We lose nothing, we only gain. Now there are two wonderful shops with owners we already know and trust.
Becca has been drawn into the paper piecing madness lately too and is stocking her shop with fabrics that are just perfect for paper piecing (as well as other projects too of course). She will be carrying Japanese fabrics and text fabrics as well as small scale fabrics. Can I tell you just how excited I am about this shop? She just got in some new things yesterday that I adore.

This is a panel called Beauty is You by Cori Dantini for Blend Fabrics.  I am thinking that it might be incorporated into the back of my paper pieced garden quilt. Isn’t it sweet and quirky?  I love it!

This is another fabric from the same line called Dancing Meadow in Orange. I can see using it as a background fabric in one of my gardening blocks.

And how about this fabric called Vintage Summer by Little Yellow Bicycle for Blend Fabrics? It would be so cute for a kitchen block wouldn’t it? How about using it in one of the new Sew-Ichigo patterns?

There are lots of wonderful prints available in her shop already (formerly Sew Fresh Fabric offerings) but these Blend prints are new acquisitions and others are coming. She has ordered some Lecien basics (a few stripes and dots, some ginghams and some florals), the complete Bella collection from Lotta, the new bark prints from Birch’s Camp Modern, some Dear Stella prints, a few bolts from the NRockwell collection from Timeless, most of Mama Said Sew from Sweetwater, a new smaller chevron stripe from Riley Blake and some smaller dots as well, and an assortment of Penelope from Lakehouse Dry Goods. I want it all! It’s going to be really hard to be good–be careful when you click over.

*And I have to mention that her adorable little shop logo was designed by my friend Sally Doherty, who also helped me with my blog design and made my watermark logo.