Who is ready for a Cuddle™ Kit Giveaway to announce the New Year? We have teamed up with Fleece Fun and are giving away 2 of our New “Wee Ones” Cuddle kits! There will be two lucky winners!
Each “mini” strip quilt kit comes Complete with 7 pre-cut five inch strips, a free pattern, backing and binding! These adorable kits feature fabrics from our Cuddle Classics collection, as well as from our popular Cuddle Dimple group. The approximate size is 29″ x 29″.
There are a variety of coordinating strips in the kits. Most are from Cuddle Classics: These include: Mod Dot, Pretty Paisley and Damask. They also feature coordinating strips of Cuddle Dimple from our Kozy Cuddle Solids collection. Each kit has Cuddle Toile for backing. The Sweet Dreams Girl Wee One Cuddle Kit includes backing fabric in Toile Cuddle Pink. The Sweet Dreams Boy Wee One Cuddle Kit includes backing fabric in Toile Cuddle Blue.
Fleece Fun has created many great videos and tutorials using strips from kits to make a variety of baby projects! They even did an entire video and tutorial series, Nesting The Nursery, based around our Cuddle strip kits and what can be made with them! Click here to watch the videos in the series. And, subscribe to our YouTube channel here.
Fleece Fun also developed a tip sheet on Cuddle, “7 Things You Need To Know About Cuddle.”Download it here!
Click on this link for more about Fleece Fun.
Hurry! Giveaway starts December 17 and ends Dec 22, 2013!
What could be snugglier than a Cuddle™ throw? Lindsay from Lindsay Sews loves working with Cuddle. And, she loves modern fabrics. So we decided to team up with Lindsay and Generation Q magazine on an easy and quick project with Cuddle. The result is this super snuggly “Chevron Snuggle Throw.”
Hi – I’m Angel with FleeceFun.com, a website that features free sewing patterns and tutorials. For this tutorial I’m showing you how to make a sew and flip receiving quilt. This step by step tutorial is perfect for beginners. Be sure to watch the video to fully understand the process! You can find a full video tutorial on Shannon’s YouTube channel here. While you’re there, be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any of their free tutorials!