In Fabric, Sewing

There are all sorts of beautiful Juxtaposey fabric projects turning up around the internet. Check out the amazing things people are making!


This stunning EPP (English Paper Piecing) was made by Vanessa of Punkin Patterns. The block is called a Lucy Boston block and that fussy cutting just takes my breath away!



Rebekah of The Little Red Thread has outdone herself with her Dresden inspired mini-quilt. More amazing fussy cutting and that quilting is on point. Visit her blog for how-to’s!


Anjeanette pillow

Anjeanette K added hand embroidery to her quilted pillow cover, I love it! It’s such nice touch that really ties in with the prints. More photos of her process are on her blog.


AHappyStitch Boxer Shorts

Melissa of A Happy Stitch has made some more boxer shorts for her husband, AND is offering a free pattern for them on her blog. Lucky him and lucky us! I definitely would like to make some of these for my guys.

SewVery Bag

Veronica of SewVery made this sweet little lama bag for her daughter. I love the shape and the accent piping. Visit her blog for more photos and details about her bag.


Riley Balke pillows

I spied these lovely pillows over on the Riley Blake blog by Julia. Excellent piecework and a dash of hand embroidery. I guess the llamas are resonating with everyone, they are stealing the show!


Cheryl Arkinso

Cheryl Arkison made a fantastic Every Day Skirt (pattern by Oliver+S) with the turquoise color way of the main floral print. So easy breezy! I’m tempted to make one for myself in the green background.



And for the kiddos, Stephanie of Swoodsonsays  made this adorable mini sleeping bag for dolls. Visit her blog for a tutorial to make this project with EPP hexies.

If you’d like to see the full collection and find out where to buy Juxtaposey fabric, check out the Riley Blake Website. I also did a quick search for Juxtaposey on Etsy and found several shops selling it. And if you sew anything with it, please let me know! It’s so exciting to see my designs enjoyed by people and made into beautiful projects. Thanks to everyone that’s sewn with my fabrics!

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  • Priscilla

    I think my favorite is Rebekah’s mini quilt, but they are all so beautiful. Thanks for the inspirational round up!

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