Amy Butler’s Blog Tour: 10 Stylish Projects that Celebrate Patchwork

If you’re a serious crafter, you are definitely familiar with the mess your scrap pile can become—I’m talking about all those beautiful fabrics that are too small to star in their own sewing project, but too pretty to throw away just yet.

In Amy Butler’s latest book, Piece Keeping, the sewing, crafting and fabric designer extraordinaire combines effortless style with one of her biggest loves: patchwork. In it, she shares her favorite design influences and techniques in a rich variety of lifestyle projects, such as eclectic wares for modern interiors, small gift projects, and a beautiful collection of bohemian inspired fashions.

Amy Butler's Piece Keeping

We’re thrilled to announce that we’re kicking off a blog tour for the book over the next week! Visit the blogs below to learn new ways to use your scrap fabric—also, each blog post will offer a chance for you to win a copy of the book, Amy’s fabrics from FreeSpirit, and ribbons from Renaissance Ribbons.

Amy Butler's Piece Keeping

Amy Butler’s Piece Keeping Blog Tour

July 12, 2016 – The Root Connection

Project: Charming Garland

July 13, 2016 – Suzy Quilts

Project: Pyramid Pillows

July 14, 2016 – Rock Paper Scissors

Project: Dreamweaver Wall Art

July 15, 2016 – 100 Billion Stars

Project: Statement Necklaces

July 16, 2016 – Carrie Bloomston

Project: Talisman Necklace

July 17, 2016 – Late Night Quilter

Project: Tribal Cuffs

July 18, 2016 – Crimson Tate

Project: Stash Pouches

July 19, 2016 – A Gathering of Stitches

Project: Embellished Infinity Scarf

July 20 – Heather Jones Studio

Project: Improv Pillows

July 21 – Make It In Design

Project: Illumined Lamp Shades

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Follow along as this incredible group of crafters share their favorite projects from Piece Keeping, and get inspired to use your smaller scraps of fabric in beautiful ways.

Megan Leaf

Megan Leaf

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