I can’t believe we have arrived at the final day of the Remix the Stitch blog tour. Hosting a two week blog tour is no joke but based on the reactions from everyone it has definitely been worth all the work that was put into it. I have had so much fun reading these blog posts along side all of you. I can’t even begin to grasp the huge list of sewing projects that I now need to make just based on this tour. I think I am going to round everything up tomorrow so that there is a great reference guide with links to all of the remixes by pattern for future reference.
Wow everyone, we are in the final days of the blog tour. I can’t thank you enough for the continued support not just of this blog tour but of me and my company over the last year. More on how I feel about all of you in tomorrows final blog post for the tour.
For Remix the Stitch – Day 9 I have 3 talented and lovely ladies sharing their remixes.
I hope everyone had a great weekend! We had a big birthday celebration for Sophie’s 5th birthday on Saturday, filled with lot of food, friends and family so needless to say the rest of the weekend involved relaxing.
But I am back at it this morning to share with you the three lovely sewist joining me for Remix the Stitch – Day 6!
Half way through the Remix the Stitch tour and I didn’t think it was possible to see so many different makes. No one has repeated one another yet which is pretty surprising. I know from peeks that next week has some equally fantastic outfits to come!
If you are just joining make sure to head back and read Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4 of the tour. I promise you will see all of my patterns in a whole new light after seeing the things these amazing ladies made.
Holy Moly, the response to day 1 of Remix the Stitch was insane! Everyone is loving the outfits from Meg and Jennifer and I don’t blame them, they are fantastic.
The ladies joining for Remix the Stitch – Day 2 did not hold back with their looks. I think you will be just as impressed as I was with the range of casual and dressy on the blog today. So lets jump right into it.
So excited to finally be showing you the ins and outs of the Capitol Hill pattern I created for the Sew Fab Bundle. You still have until tomorrow to purchase the whole bundle so make sure to snag your copy before it’s too late. If you are looking for some of the other patterns from the bundle that I sewed, here is my versions of the Jersey Glam Dress and Palazzo Pants I also sewed up a remix on the Jersey Glam Dress and the Extraordinary Girl Top. For even more inspiration head over to the Sew Fab Bundle Facebook page to see testers and other bloggers sharing their version.