The Skopelos blog tour has come to it's end :(
It has been such an amazing experience and I enjoyed seeing all the incredible projects popping up.
Please don't forget to visit :
to see all the amazing stuff.
So lets do the final, part III overview.
I was so lucky to have one man on this tour, so talented Paul Hallinger of EvilDemonDevildog Quilts. I was introduced to his stunning work while promoting my Indelible line. Paul was so sweet to use the fabrics I sent him to smallest pieces and so he created not one, but 4 qulits. He was inspired with a wonderful book titled A Quilter’s Mixology by Angela Pingel. Two quilts are quilted by long arm quilter Sue : the swirls and curves helped to embody the island in the sea.
There is a lot more behind his inspiration and work, so be sure to check it directly on his blog ;)
Sharon McConnell of Color girl Quilts made a throw size quilt using blocks from her Jumping Jacks pattern.
April Rhodes created this stunning little dress for her adorable daughter in knit.
Jane Dividson of Quilt Jane made this outstanding quilt, contrasting the Pure element Nocturnal background, with some Skopelos prints, where the paper pieced design reflects the geometric patterns found in ancient greek art and architecture. Finished quilt size : 29" x 29". Quilted with Aurifil 1248 50wt cotton with a dense geometric pattern.
I hope that you enjoyed seeing all the Skopelos fabric projects.
If you are a flickr user, please add your projects to my flickr group featuring this fabric line. Or for some more inspiration, be sure to browse through the gorgeous LOOK BOOK that Art Gallery fabrics has created.
Huge THANK YOU to all my wonderful makers that make this blog hop not only possible, but so outstanding and inspiring!!!