Sweet Tooth Fabric Tour with @Elliebugmakes

Sweet Tooth Fabric Tour with @Elliebugmakes

Today on our Sweet Tooth Fabric Tour today we have Ellie from @elliebugmakes and as always she has made some lovely projects using this cute fabric collection.
Ellie has made a little coven of witches using a vintage McCall’s pattern 6664 of country farm animals that she changed up to make these little gal witches. 
Look at all those cute little witch faces and darling outfits.
Because the fabric was called Sweet Tooth it seemed fitting to make some sweets.  Ellie made reusable treat bags and minimal sewing fat free candies.  

The Sweet Tooth collection is designed by Elea Lutz for Poppie Cotton. You can see more of the Sweet Tooth fabric collection here.

This sweet vintage fabric is a tribute to all the things we love about Halloween. Witches riding brooms with bats flying overhead, pumpkins, candy, kittens with bowties, black cats, ghosts, skeletons, stars, polka dots and of course flowers. The color palette has a lovely vintage orange with black, cream, yellow and purple. This fabric collection will have you sewing all kinds of projects from quilts to pillows to trick or treat bags to fall dresses and skirts. You will feel inspired by the combination of colors and eclectic designs.

These two patchwork table runners showcase Sweet Tooth with 2 1/2" squares and lots of stitching. The inspiration for these came from the popular gingham patchwork quilt patterns. 

And how sweet are these treat bags to give out to all those cute little trick or treaters.

Loving the patchwork of purples and blacks together on this table runner.

Stop by often to enjoy all our makers ideas and projects using this adorable retro Halloween collection. We know it's early to start thinking about Halloween but if you start now you will be able to enjoy your halloween decor this year instead of next year.

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