Modern Elegance Coloring Book blog hop and giveaway!

Hi everyone,

Today is the first day of my Modern Elegance coloring book blog hop!  Modern Elegance is a compilation of some of my favorite fabric designs – I hope you like it!  Every day C&T Publishing will be giving away a copy of Modern Elegance on one of these great blogs!  (U.S. winners will be a hard copy of the book and international winners will get an eBook, but all are eligible to enter!) To enter for today, head on over to C&T Publishing!

Modern Elegance Blog Hop Schedule

Monday, November 30 
Tuesday, December 1st
Wednesday, December 2nd
Thursday, December 3rd
Friday, December 4th
Monday, December 7th
Tuesday, December 8th
Wednesday, December 9th
Thursday, December 10th
Friday, December 11th 


Playing with color is one of my absolute favorite parts of the design process.  I put together a little video showing you some coloring possibilities using one of my Carina prints.

I can’t wait to see how you guys put your personal spin on these designs – so please post pictures on Instagram with the hashtag #modernelegance!

Don’t forget to follow along to maximize your chances to win!

Happy coloring, quilting, and sewing!


P.S. I finished piecing the Carina version of The Free-Motion Idea Sampler this weekend – I hope you got some fun project work as well.  Onto quilting!




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10 thoughts on “Modern Elegance Coloring Book blog hop and giveaway!

  1. […] winners will get an eBook, but all are eligible to enter!) To enter for today, head on over to Amanda Murphy’s blog and leave a comment! Don’t forget to follow along with the other blogs for more changes to […]

  2. Thanks for this opportunity! I love elegant things so this is up my alley! Your sites are a little confusing. Ct publishing says comment here and your post says visit them at the start of your post. Hopefully this is right. Thanks

    1. I love this new trend!
      I’m making one of the great triangle Christmas Tree quilts. I love the modern twist on such an old tradition. (Finally!!)

  3. I love the designs in your coloring book; coloring like a kid again has helped me when choosing colors for quilts. Better to mess up on a piece of paper than expensive fabric!

  4. I am working on a disappearing nine patch using Debbie Mumm fabrics in charm square sizes. The fabrics were donated and their destination is for an unknown sick child at the Royal Children’s hospital.

  5. I am working on two projects simultaneously: A stained glass Angel on my embroidery machine, and a Christmas quilt for one of my friends on a regular sewing machine!
    The book looks lovely and I hope to be a winner!

  6. Such fun. I would be curious to know what you used for a coloring medium. Obviously not colored pencils. But then maybe you did this on the computer.

  7. Coloring has always been one of my favorite things to do. When I design quilt blocks, I draw them on paper and use markers or colored pencils to help me visualize the finished block.

  8. I think this trend is great! It helps with color theory, design, and so many other aspects of quilting.

    1. By the way, blue is my favorite color…from light pastel to navy.

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