Urban Scandinavian Sewing Book Tour Round-up


Wow, I'm completely overwhelmed by the amazing creativity and talent shown from my book, Urban Scandinavian Sewing. All of the bloggers did such an amazing job taking inspiration from the book and putting their own unique perspective on their project - exactly how I had intended for the book to be used. I hope you enjoy the inspiration as much as I have. Enjoy!

runner quilt

First up is this amazing mini-quilt from Nicole at Modern Handcraft that was inspired from the tea towel project in the book. I just love Nicole's use of color and movement in this piece, absolutely stunning! Plus, did you see the quilting?! 


Next up is a wonderful version of the Sail Away Tote from Nicole at Snips Snippets. The Sail Away Tote is a great project for anyone to do in a day, and I just love Nicole's details on the front. The wooden buttons are absolutely perfect!

door stopper

Jennie from Clover and Violet created her own beautiful version of the Drafty Door Decor. I just love that she used a minimalist color palette and fabrics that complemented her personal style and taste. And, I can't help but think the little shoes just make this even more adorable ;) 

table runner

Are you having fun yet?! Tessa from The Sewing Chick did a gorgeous version of the Quilted Bed Scarf. I just LOVE that she's going to use it as a wall hanging. Plus, the hand stitching details really compliments the quilting for added visual interest that just wows - in an understated way of course.


And finally, Alli from More Please Thank You and her version of the Winter Quilt! I'm so glad she went for it and used colors outside of her norm - the hot pink, green and brown look wonderful together! And, special kudos to Alli for sewing an entire quilt in a week ;)

Thank you to all of the bloggers for lending your creativity and time to share your projects from Urban Scandinavian Sewing - I couldn't be happier or more excited to see all of the projects together.

Stay tuned for exciting fabric line updates coming soon!

Urban Scandinavian Sewing Bloggers Book Tour


Hello Everyone! It's hard to believe that it is mid-August already. I know some of you have kids back to school already while others are soaking up the twilight of summer for a couple more weeks. For me, summer has been VERY busy with all things book, fabric and some upcoming projects that I'll be sharing in the coming weeks.

Welcome to the Urban Scandinavian Sewing Bloggers Book Tour!

Over the next two weeks starting today through Monday, August 31, six talented sewing bloggers will be sharing their thoughts and projects with you from my book, Urban Scandinavian Sewing. Each week, three bloggers will be sharing blog posts with reviews and insights into the book, so you'll want to visit each one. Here's the schedule for the next two weeks:


Nicole from Modern Handcraft
Hilary from Young Texan Mama
Nicole from Snips Snippets


Jennie from Clover & Violet
Tessa from The Sewing Chick
Alli from More Please Thank You

There's Also A Giveaway!

As a way to say thank you to everyone that visits all of the stops on the book tour, I'm giving away a copy of my book (or two!) and a FQ bundle (or two!) from my soon-to-release fabric collection, Urban Scandinavian (by P&B Textiles) that is shipping to fabric stores near you next month! Needless to say, its an exciting time, and I'm beyond thrilled to be sharing it with all of you! Enter below in the rafflecopter giveaway, open through midnight, August 30.


Well, I think that's all for now. Be sure to visit everyone over the next two weeks. I hope you are as excited as I am ;)

Appearance on American Patchwork and Quilting Radio with Pat Sloan


I’ll be appearing on American Patchwork and Quilting Radio Show with Pat Sloan airing live at 4 PM EST (1 PM Pacific). If you want to hear it, but can’t tune in live, the podcast will available after the live airing to listen whenever you have time.

On the show we’ll be talking about my book, Urban Scandinavian Sewing and the inspiration behind the projects. I’ll also be sharing my personal story and connection to modern Scandinavian design and share some insights into what is truly a lifestyle for me.

I hope you’ll take the time to tune in to the show as you should walk away with a bit more knowledge of Scandinavian design as well as get to know more about me and my approach to sewing.