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Just My Type Fabric Blog Hop

Hi friends!

Welcome to day 5 of the Just My Type fabric bog hop! Have you been enjoying all the posts?

If you missed any posts this week, the entire schedule is below.

Just my Type fabric

First, let’s talk fabric. Just My Type is a new fabric collection by Tammy Silvers for Island Batik.

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

Click here if you want to take a closer look at the fabrics!

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

What a great line- a modern color palette mixed with vintage typewriter images.

Breakout

My first project from the line was another modern twist on a classic pattern- Breakout!

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

Breakout is a log cabin quilt made modern. Click here for the pattern.

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

I love this quilt!

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

If you want to see other quilts I recolored with the Just my Type fabric, click here!

Pack it Up!

My go to pattern to use when showing off a fabric line is my Pack it Up bags! You get to see a bunch of the fabrics in the braid and ideas on how to mix the prints!

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

I made the small.

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!
 

And the medium.

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

Oh! and large!  And the ex large is ready to make!

Just my Type fabric blog hop, featured by top US quilting blog and shop Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs, features their projects using the new fabric!!

These bags are like potato chips- you can’t just have one!

OK- which bag is just your type??

Giveaway

I have to decided to add a bonus giveaway to this post! I have a 2021 Quilter’s Planner that I would love to share with one of you. And there might be a small bit of Just my Type fabric included! Anyone interested?

Giveaway closed! Thank you to all who entered!

Leave me a comment on this post and let me know which Pack it Up! bag above is your favorite and you will be entered to win. Easy peasy! I will draw a name Monday Dec. 14th.

Open to residents of the continental US only. sorry! Otherwise it won’t get there in time!

Blog Hop Schedule

Be sure to hop over to all the posts and see what the other designers have done! You will be impressed!

December 7 Tammy Silvers, Tamarinis https://tamarinis.typepad.com/tamarinis/

December 8 Jennifer Thomas, Curlicue Creations https://curlicuecreations.blogspot.com/

December 9 Shayla & Kristy Wolf, Sassafras Lane https://sassafras-lane.com/blogs/news

December 10 Kris Poor, Poorhouse Quilt Designs https://www.poorhousequiltdesigns.com/blog

December 10 Swan Sheridan, Swan Amity www.swanamity.com/blog

December 11 Kate Colleran, Seams Like a Dream seamslikeadream.com/blog

December 11 Annie, ByAnnie https://www.byannie.com/byannie-blog

December 11 Tammy Silvers, Tamarinis (roundup post), https://tamarinis.typepad.com/tamarinis/

Happy quilting!

Kate

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69 thoughts on “Just My Type Fabric Blog Hop”

  1. I love the small bag. It would fit perfectly in my purse for pieces of fabric that I need to match at the quilt shop. I love the braid accent.

  2. I love them all! But if I have to pick a favorite— it’s the middle size, love the darker blue on the top. Looks classy!

  3. Oh, how generous of you! I love the bags in this fabric collection and each takes on a different look. The medium is perfect for traveling and using as a make-up bag! Happy Holidays to you!
    duchick at gmail dot com

  4. I like the medium size bag. I am drawn to the color placement of that bag. Also, that bag is a very useful size for lots of different items. Thanks

  5. I think I like the all blue large one the best. I always have so much to put in bags that for me bigger is better! They all turned out lovely though. Nice job!

  6. I love the medium bag since it has so much of the “keys” fabric! I learned to type in high school with a royal typewriter! So, this brings back a lot of memories. I love the colors I this collection as well.

  7. Hi Kate. Love your bags. My grandchildren would love them too (I see future presents). The medium though I my favorite. I too love the blues and greens in just my type. You have done an amazing job with this fabric line.
    I hope you and your family have an amazing holiday.

  8. I love the large one and would really like to see the xl when you finish it! There’s so much stuff to carry around.

  9. How do I decide? They are all great. But the big one would hold more stuff, so I will choose the biggest. Love the fabrics!

  10. My favorite is the medium bag. I especially like the fabrics and the way they arranged on that one. Love Tammy’s fabrics and the quilt you made from them!

  11. My favorite is the large bag-in my opinion, bigger is always better where bags are concerned! I especially love the typewriter keys fabric-gorgeous!

  12. I had a typo in my email and noticed it when it was too late….
    I Lille the smallest bag… perfect for carrying a few handy items!

  13. Kate, all three bags are lovely, but I have to say the colors in the middle bag really warm my heart. I love your quilt as well. Can’t go wrong with the fabric line!!

  14. medium for me! I’ll use it for my quilt shop purse. ( You know where I can keep extra cash for my fabric!). Shhh.. Don’t tell my husband.

  15. I love them all but I would make the small one first to hold the collection of small item that I pack around in my purse or tote bag.

  16. Just like my children, I can’t pick a favorite! I love the braid accent on all 3 and the fabrics are beautiful!!

  17. I love the fabric braind accent on the large bag. The fabric is just the right colors for me, I love bright and bold. Beautiful!!

  18. The bags are all so cheerful!! Love the design and colors! I like how the pretty fabrics in the braid are the focus of the small bag! I also like your new pattern Breakout – very geometric and fun! Thank you for sharing!

  19. I want to make them all! The largest one is my favorite – I have lots of stuff to put in it! Thank you for sharing your beautiful creations and for the delightful giveaway.

  20. All three bags are beautiful. My favorite is the large because I always have so much stuff to carry around. LOL

  21. I love them all! I’m interested to see the extra large with the others—how much bigger is it? Bigger is usually better for me!

  22. How much fun! I like the large one best, love the letters in the fabric! Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

  23. Wow! I love the bags and the fabrics are delightful. I especially like the medium size, but it would be fun to make a set of all of them, wouldn’t it! Thank you for having a giveaway.

  24. I generally like a small bag, but the color arrangement of the medium you made really caught my eye first. Thanks so much for the blog hop and for such a generous giveaway.

  25. Love the lime green and blue combo of the large bag! (Though blues are my fav, so the middle one has a place in my heart too.) And your new pattern looks like so much fun. Congrats on your continues success!

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