Artisan Cotton Blog Hop and Giveaway


 Artisan Cotton Blog Hop 




We are so excited to get Artisan Cottons in the hands of some amazing quilters and sewers this week to show you how this fabulous shot cotton sews up!  





If you are wondering what a shot cotton is, we are happy to help!! Shot cotton is special because the warp and weft yarns are 2 different colors woven together to create a special depth, a “shot” of color. When the edge of this fabric ravels, you can see a bright contrast to the body of the fabric.

The "savory" colorway you see above features two different colored yarns to lend a somewhat iridescent effect, compared to the "sweet and basic" colorways below which have one colored yarn and one white yarn in the construction, creating a more classic chambray look. 

























These fabrics work wonderfully well with other quilting weight cottons, so feel free to mix them with other Windham Fabrics. Use for piecing, background or even garments.  Be sure to check out these other stops on our blog hop to see the possibilities. 


    Monday        Windham Fabrics

    Tuesday       Rachel, Imagine Gnats

    Wednesday     Leanne, She Can Quilt

    Thursday      Ashley, Film in the Fridge



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"Cascade" pattern by Rachel from Stitched in Color

 You can find this quilt pattern on Rachel's site



Leave a comment here to be entered in our giveaway!

(One comment per entrant please)

Winner will be chosen Friday, January 30th.


Congratulations, Kendra!  You are the winner of the Artisan Cotton bundle! 


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232 thoughts on “Artisan Cotton Blog Hop and Giveaway

  1. Kim Lynch says:

    These fabrics are beautiful and the colors are just stunning! I would love to make a quilt with them… a quilt just for ME for a change! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  2. Kate Deady says:

    These shot cottons look beautiful, and the cascade quilt design is a brilliant way to show them to great effect! I’d love to have a go at making a quilt like that.
    Thanks for the chance to enter!

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