Winners Announced: Adventures in Hexagons Blog Tour Giveaway

Many thanks to all who participated in the giveaway in conjunction with the Adventures in Hexagons blog tour.  We appreciate all your lovely comments about Laurel Burch fabrics and Hexagon quilts!  We hope you enjoyed following along on the blog tour too….perhaps you came away with some inspiration to start a new quilt project.

Now on to the winners of the Clothworks blog giveaway:

The winner of the copy of Adventures in Hexagons by Emily Breclaw is:

Kathleen

 

The winner of the Laurel Burch Basics Fat Quarter Pack is:

Barbara Hosford

 

Congratulations ladies!  We’ll be contacting you soon for your shipping info to send your prizes.

Be sure to head over to the Clothworks Instagram Page to view the other winner of the Laurel Burch Basics Fat Quarter Pack.

Thanks again to all who commented during this giveaway.  Check back here at the Works for more quilt and sewing inspiration, and more chances to enter giveaways!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adventures in Hexagons Blog Tour & Giveaway!

Welcome to Day 4 of the “Adventures in Hexagons” Blog Tour!  Clothworks is excited to promote our friend Emily Breclaw’s newest book, Adventures in Hexagons, released this year by C & T Publishing.   Emily, also known as the Caffeinated Quilter, has a passion for hexagon quilts!  Read about how her love affair with the hexagon quilt developed in her post on the C&T Publishing blog.

You may remember Emily from our American Made Brand License Plate Quilt Blog Tour a few years ago.   Emily was our Texas quilt blogger contributing a license plate block that captured the iconic Lone Star state flag with hexagons pieced to resemble the state flowers.

Emily’s passion for hexagon quilts continued to blossom through the years and now she has just published her first book filled with beautiful hexie quilt designs, clever techniques, and loads of inspiration! Clothworks is thrilled that 2 quilts included in Adventures in Hexagons were sampled using our Laurel Burch Basics.

“Meteor Shower” by Emily Breclaw

“Sparkler” by Emily Breclaw

Images of the book and the quilts are courtesy of C & T Publishing.
Copyright © 2017 by C & T Publishing.

And now for the fun part!

To promote the Adventures in Hexagons blog tour, Clothworks is hosting a GIVEAWAY!

One winner will be randomly selected from both the blog and the Clothworks Instagram page to win one fat quarter pack each of Laurel Burch Basics in 30 fabulous colors!

 

To enter the blog giveaway:

  1. Please leave one comment only after this post
  2. This contest applies to those with a USA shipping address
  3. Leave your comment by August 5th, 2017 11:59 pm PDT

 

Visit the Clothworks Instagram page for contest entry information.  A Laurel Burch Mythical Jungle fabric giveaway is happening right now on the Clothworks Instagram page, so why not participate in both giveaways for a chance to win lots of beautiful Laurel Burch fabric!

 

One more lucky winner will also be drawn randomly from the blog to win a copy of Adventures in Hexagons by Emily Breclaw.  Winners will be announced here on the Works on August 6th, 2017

 

Be sure to follow along on the “Adventures in Hexagons” blog tour too:

July 24- C&T Publishing www.ctpub.com

July 25- Generation Q Magazine http://generationqmagazine.com/

July 27- Marti Michell https://www.frommarti.com/

July 28-Clothworks Fabrics www.clothworks.com

July 29- Cathi Godwin, https://quiltobsession.blog/

July 30- Paper Pieces , www.paperpieces.com

August  1- Mary Huey, http://maryhueyquilts.blogspot.com/

August 2- Linda Franz, www.inklingo.com

August 3- Patty Murphy, https://pattymurphyhandmade.com/

August 4- Cheryl Sleboda, www.Muppin.com

August 5- Wendy Sheppard, https://ivoryspring.wordpress.com/

August 6- Emily Breclaw, www.thecaffeinatedquilter.com

Good luck!

 

‘Fractured Kaleidoscope’ is Vibrant in Laurel Burch Basics!

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We’re thrilled to see this gorgeous quilt made in Laurel Burch Basics grace the cover of the January 2016 edition of American Quilter Magazine!  In her quilt entitled, ‘Fractured Kaleidoscope’, designer Emily Breclaw made gorgeous use of the range of vibrant basic fabrics that Clothworks carries under the Laurel Burch line.  You might even remember Emily from the AMB Blog Hop tour— she was our Texas representative!

fractured kaleidoscope

Head to your favorite newsstand to pick up an issue of American Quilter Magazine, Jan. 2016 edition, to see how to make this brilliant quilt.  I’m sure there are quite a few Laurel Burch fans out there that are collecting a stack of her basics in their stashes that would be put to good use in this quilting!  If you’re more of the digital type, you can even purchase the magazine online.  And if you don’t have the time to sift through your stash, it appears there’s a ‘Fractured Kaleidoscope’ kit sold online, too.  Make sure to stop by designer Emily Breclaw’s inspiration site, The Caffeinated Quilter, to see what other fun creations she has cooked up, too!

 

Clothworks Basics Shine in ‘Boxed Jewels’ Quilt

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Boxed Jewels quilt from Fons & Porter’s Easy Quilts Spring 2015 edition.

Besides carrying a range of eclectic printed fabric collections and the new line of made in the USA solid cottons called American Made Brand solids, Clothworks stocks a plethora of basic fabrics year-long.  From jazzy Laurel Burch basics in brights & metallics to watercolor-like batik tonals called Minerals, there’s definitely something to cater to everyone’s taste.  Just browse through our basics selection on the Clothworks website by clicking the pic below to see for yourself!

Clothworks screen shot basics

 

Yet another visually-stunning, but simple block quilt, ‘Boxed Jewels’ shown at the top of the post is found in the spring 2015 issue of Fons & Porter’s Easy Quilts.  Designed by our talented quilting friend, Rochelle Martin, she makes wonderful use in her easy block design of those rich, jewel-toned Laurel Burch basics and lush Mineral Batiks that Clothworks offers in the Basics category.  Head to this link to purchase the digital download of this pattern or purchase the quilt kit!