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 thought on “Catch & Release Project Party Week 6

  1. 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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