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Soho Bandana Fabric Line by Amy Barickman

Today we must bid adieu to the SoHo Bandana Blog tour. We would like to say a great big thank you to all the amazing bloggers who joined us on this tour: KollaboraSkip to My LouThe Crafty CupboardA Quilting LifeCoats and ClarkFabshopBadAss Quilters SocietyCreate Kids CoutureU-Create,  We All Sew

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 We were so impressed by all the lovely things you made, it really blew us away to see how each blogger interpreted the SoHo Bandana fabric. What about you guys, did you get some inspiration? I hope so! Comment on this post to win a fabric pack of SoHo Bandana, and see what amazing project you come up with.

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In the meantime, don't forget to go enter the National Sewing Month Giveaway, if you haven't already. Time is flying by and entries close on Monday! GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED  

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Norma on

Great projects! I think the collection is great for many different things but I’ll sew bags.
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Cecilia on

I saw some really great projects on the hop. It makes me wish I were a seamstress, as well as a quilter. :-). Thanks for the chance to win some of your beautiful fabric.

JamieS on

This is the first blog hop I’ve followed from first day to last. I love this line of fabric and was excited every day to see what the next blogger would make with it. Thanks very much for the blog hop and the great giveaway opportunities.

Lisa Marie on

I saw some lovely projects on the various stops on the blog tour. It was interesting to me that many different things were made from the same fabrics. I think I need to make a bag from that green print used for the Urban Tunic — so cute!

Louise Marie on

i would love to win some bandana fabric. i would make a bonnet with matching cowgirl boots (booties) for my lovely new granddaughter. Maybe even a matching skirt and blouse or romper if i win enough fabric. My 3 month old granddaughter must wear a hearing aid so she needs to wear bonnets so that she will not pull the hearing aid out. i am on disability so am unable to afford the material that i would like. i am happy for the chance to win and am so grateful to God for my beautiful granddaughter.

Carmen on

This has been a wonderful blog tour- thank you!

Lee on

I have been inspired this week! thank you for the inspiration and giveaways!!

Becky S on

I enjoyed following along on the SoHo Bandana Blog tour. Lots of beautiful fabric and projects to be inspired by!!!
Thanks for the chance to win.

Evelyn on

Finally! A quality bandana fabric! The bandanas I have found in years past have been too low a quality to warrant my time and effort in sewing anything. I look forward to creating a boffo quilt with this beautiful yardage.

Emily C on

Love this fabric. Love the colors and the versatility. So easy to use by itself, or add to other fabrics. Love the skirts and the bags.

Tammy Lyons on

Love that fabric. So very versatile for all types of projects. Love that Urban tunic.

Indygo Junction Staff on

Hi Andrea,
Thanks for your question and your interest in our pattern Kitchen Shirt Tales. This pattern includes printed instructions along with tissue paper pieces for the ties & ruffles on the pattern, as well as a detailed materials list. The shipping simply covers the cost of us mailing the pattern to you. Hope that helps, but let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks!
Betsy

Andrea Sarkozi on

Hello,
I need your help.
I would like to buy this …

http://www.indygojunction.com/patterns/aprons/kitchen-shirt-tales/

… and I don’t understand, why I need to pay shipping.
What the package includes ???
I need just the pattern information.

Andrea

snebaj@hotmail.com

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