These makers in the Catch & Release Project Party just keep knocking it out of the park. Let’s get to know the Week 3 projects more closely, eh?
Kicking off the third week of the Catch & Release Project Party is Catalina Home Grown with an assortment of handmade kitchen and home decor that belongs in a high end boutique. Featured in this picture is the fish placemats that they made. And guess what? They have a free pattern for them so you can make your own. Aand I know there’s a giveaway their doing later so check back. Head over to their blog to learn more about this mother-daughter duo of awesome! 🐟
Liz of Bitter Candy Design has got me gobsmacked with this vinyl “Slice of the Ocean” train case and fish friends that she made for the Catch & Release Project Party! Mix innovation with some can-do attitude and the sky’s the limit. I’m so flipping proud of Liz! Make sure to check out her blog and fish friends Tutorial. 🐟
Okay um 😱 don’t mind me while I look for my jaw on the floor. Today is Geeky Bobbin’s day in the Catch & Release Project Party with her Intersectional Quilt, which, dare I say, is a masterpiece. Please head to her blog for all the 👏👏👏 and 🤩🤩🤩
As soon as I saw this 📸 I knew that this was the one to post. Vickie of Crocheting Vixen most def stepped it up with these vests and hats and bags that she made for the Catch & Release Project Party. Head over to her blog to love on her posts because omg these are adorbs. 🐟
Today’s stop in the Catch & Release Project Party is the superstar-in-the-Making Christina’s of Such a Pretty Fabric with this beyond phenomenal quilt and beyond extraordinary picture. She has blown me away the entire experience and I just know that anything she wants to accomplish she can. Please everyone head to her guest post on my blog to learn more about Christina & this project.
And just like that, we are halfway through the Catch & Release Project Party. Stay tuned for more amazing projects to come.
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