Blog Tour | One Thimble Issue 17
Well, well… it’s that time again!! Who else is ready for a new One Thimble issue?? I know I am! This issue is coming at a super busy time but I can never pass up the chance to share what an amazing E-zine the fabulous folks at One Thimble put out.
Since we are planning for a quickly approaching trip to Disney, what better pattern to try out than these super fun Fabric Wrap Bracelets from new contributor Sarah, with Pattern Revolution. First off, i’m thrilled to see Sarah featured in this issue. She works so hard over at Pattern Revolution behind the scenes that it’s awesome to see her getting a bit of recognition (and I hope having fun!) with a new pattern.
I started with just this one quick bracelet with some scraps I had to test things out. Then I made a second… and a third… and I probably shouldn’t admit how many I have waiting for more metal rings, haha!
This is the perfect scrap buster. I know for me, the scraps I keep are the ones i’m most attached to. What better way to use them up than on something that I can admire all day.
Since they are such a quick project I can also tell you what all our teachers are likely to find in their stockings from my kids this year. I’m thrilled to have a trendy, personable gift that I can make for everyone.
Now, it’s possible this one pattern might not be enough to push you over the edge to pick up this issue but just take a look at the rest of our blog tour. There are so many great patterns and articles to check out. At less than a few dollars per pattern it’s one of the best pattern deals around! I promise, you will be hooked after your first issue!
11/10 Pattern Revolution, Beri Bee Designs, The Sew and Tell Project, SewSophieLynn
11/11 Create 3.5, GAAFMACHINE
11/12 Tales of a Tester, Little Cumquat, Call Ajaire
11/13 Happy Okapi, Sunflower Seams, Stitches by Laura
11/14 Made by Sara, Candice Ayala, Filles a Maman
11/15 House of Estrela, Snickerdoodle Stew, Swoodson Says
11/16 The Lady and the Gents, Lulu & Celeste, Pear Berry Lane
11/17 Finn’s Door, Blue Wren Handmade, Once Upon a Sewing Machine, Just Add Fabric
** Please note this post does contain affiliate links. This pattern was provided free of charge for my honest review and opinion.