Monday, July 7, 2014

Christmas in July Tutorials!

Happy Monday!! Hope you all had a fun and festive weekend like me! :) I've got an awesome nephew visiting us and we had a lot of fun spending the day playing in the water, throwing the ball around and watching fireworks at night!

Fast forward from 4th of July to CHRISTMAS!  July is the month to start thinking of your Christmas list...especially the handmade ones!

PS Shops start receiving their Christmas fabric in July so that's the time to buy it.  A few months down the road you won't be able to get some of your favorite lines...I know from experience! :)

We're teaming up with Sew Lux fabric and some awesome bloggers to bring you a week of Christmas tutorials!

8 different bloggers and 8 tutorials for you the week of July 21st-July 25th.  Then at the end of the tutorials you can link up to Sew Lux for a chance to win some fabric!

Here's the Schedule:

This week you can save 10% on all of the featured Christmas in July Bundles with coupon code NICELIST.  Offer ends 7/13/14.

Now for my project!!!

I'm using Folk Art Holiday and I've got two tutorials in my head and I've got to choose just one.  I'm curious though...

What type of Christmas tutorials would you like to see?

What tutorials have you seen enough of?

I need to get started this week so let me know your thoughts!!



Jodi said...

I would love to see a quilt as you go oven mitt or something for the kitchen.

Sew HappyNess said...

Ooh, sounds like fun though I can't believe we're already half way through the year. Looking forward to this series

Daytona Damsel said...

Nice fabrics. I would like a tutorial for quick gift ideas. Something not to complicated but useful and quick to whip up at last minute. Maybe even something for children and teens.

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

Lookin forward to the tutorial. A modern tree skirt would be awesome!

Beverly said...

This sounds like fun. How about a fun candy cane pouch for a gift or I like the tree skirt idea.

Needle&Foot said...

Love holiday sewing!! A simple, modern wall hanging would be fun. Looking forward to this blog hop.