Catch & Release Project Party Week 6


And just like that the Catch and Release Project has come to a close. What better way to end these amazing 6 weeks than with these 4 amazing quilts. You guys and gals…I am so utterly amazed, humbled, and overjoyed with all of these creations and submissions over the past 6 weeks. Thank you SO MUCH for creating with me and allowing me to share this with you. It’s definitely something I will do again with my next fabric release so stay tuned!

This quilt by xoxsew for the Catch & Release Project Party is sooo adorable I can’t handle it. This Balboa Island Pattern Donna’s first quilt pattern that she’s releasing next Tuesday aaaand she has a giveaway over on her IG, so head over there for all the goodness, ⛵️⛵️⛵️

Balboa Island Pattern by XOXSew

Uuuum…… ???? This EADS quilt made by @sew.peace.full for the Catch & Release Project Party is out of this world!!!!!! Out ? of ? this ? world. Lisa is having a giveaway over on her IG too so head over there to tell her how awesome this is and then try to win her stuff. Omg this quilt. ??

EADS Quilt by Sew.Peace.Full

From the moment I saw Kenzy’s proposal for the Catch & Release project, I was absolutely floored that this could be created using my fabric. The use of the prints is both innovative and magical and I am honored to include this in the party. Please run over to Kenzy’s brand new blog to get to know more about her and this project. ?

Quilt by Kenzy Hogan

And with this masterful Night Sky Quilt made by Devoted Quilter, the Catch & Release Project Party comes to a close. The twinkle twinkle of this quilt is soo magical. And Leanne is having a giveaway too so head over to her blog to see how you can win. ?

Night Sky Quilt by Devoted Quilter
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One Comment

  1. Mathew Boudreaux
    Cindi J

    I have LOVED every single one of the projects that were done with your beautiful fabric. Fishing may not be your thing, but going fishing sure opened a beautiful (fishing) line. I hope we get to see another fabric party again soon! Oh, and thanks for introducing us to some pretty amazing artists.

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