A couple of weeks ago (a long, long time ago), in a land far away (in the North Carolina mountains), I began my clam quilt. I fell in love with the colors.
Fast forward to the following weekend, I went to Sew Lux World headquarters to help Chrissy with some stuff. Before I even realized it was happening, I was pulling bolts off the shelves. We were smitten and decided to make a bundle.
Then Lee (over here at May Chappell) was smitten too.
So Chrissy issued a challenge. Who can say no to a challenge?
We decided you all should play too.
Don't say no. Don't say you have too much sewing to do for Christmas. Do this for yourself. Do it to maintain your sanity.
Make something amazing.
Because a challenge has to have some guidelines, here are ours:
1. Make a project with one of the three Ladies Night Bundles (or use your stash to make your own ladies night bundle in one of the three color schemes).
2. Link up your finished project on the Sew Lux blog by December 23th (the link will open December 10th). The project must be finish. A quilt must be a completed top and anything else (tote, pouch, pillow, etc.) should be completely finished
Three winners will be announced on the Sew Lux blog on December 26th. Like a Christmas present! Just for you!
Prizes will include gift certificates to Sew Lux Fabrics, patterns, some handmade goodies, and surprises (spoiler alert, I am going to make something epic to giveaway, 'cause that is what I do).
Easy, we are not big on rules!
Here are the color ways:
The Ladies Night (curated by me).
Ladies Night 2 (by Lee).
Ladies Night 3 (by Chrissy).
Do it. Make something amazing and sew it off (see what I did there with the pun?).
I may even start today. I know what I am making. It will be epic. We are all on the instagram and you should play there too if you can/want to. I am @stitchingandbacon and we are going to be using #isewwithsewlux and #ladiesnightchallenge
PS - All of these pictures were taken by Chrissy (except the one with the clams, that's me). Love you Chrissy! Lee designed the logo. I smiled and looked pretty.