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AccuQuilt is hosting a Shannon Fabrics quilt exhibit, free, at their Quilt Gallery, Omaha, Neb., through June 21, 2019. The exhibit includes beautiful quilts, pillows and a few other fun projects, made with Cuddle® minky fabric. Many of the projects were created using the fabulous dies from AccuQuilt. If you’re interested in seeing the exhibit, be sure to stop by, or schedule a tour! We are so excited!
Today is the fifteenth project in our blog series featuring Sew Cuddly- 12 Plush Minky Projects for Fun & Fashion – Tips & Techniques to Conquer Cuddle®, by Judy Gauthier, published by C & T Publishing!
This fun blog series features projects created with Cuddle® fabric by Shannon Fabrics Ambassadors using ideas from the book. Today we are excited to feature our Shannon Fabrics National Educator who has taught events at dozens of stores and shows, Teresa Coates. For more information on the Shannon Fabrics Education Program and Brand Ambassadors, please click here and/or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi! I’m Teresa and I’m the National Educator for Shannon Fabrics. One of our brand ambassadors, Judy Gauthier, has written a book entitled, Sew Cuddly. The book is full of great projects and I wanted to make the floor pillow project, but then I got some assignments to teach in the Midwest (waving hello from Illinois!), so my pillow didn’t get finished before I left California almost two weeks ago. I’ll make sure to share my finished project when I get back to the studio later in April, but today I want to share some of the tools and tips I use when working with Cuddle® fabrics.
Hi! My name is April and I am a Brand Ambassador for Shannon Fabrics down in sunny Florida! My fellow ambassador, Judy Gauthier, has written a book filled with lots of great projects suited for the softest fabric on the planet! Ask for Sew Cuddly at your favorite quilt shop or buy it from Judy’s shop, Bungalow Quilting.
For today’s sew along, I picked the sleep sack to see if I could really make a sleeping bag myself. It turns out that with this pattern, not only is it possible, but it’s easy! Now my kids each want one!