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Welcome to the Tiki Punch Blog Hop

 
Welcome to the Tiki Punch Project Blog Hop! We are so excited to share our projects with you- made with the amazing fabric line Tiki Punch, designed by Kathy Engle of Island Batik for Kate Colleran!!

Each of us is making a project using the new Tiki Punch Fabric line.  Click below to see all the project made by the other participants of the blog hop! 


Links to the other blogs are below. 

So here is my project:  

My Green Tea Pattern let me use many of the fun Tiki Fabrics and was a great way to play with the fabrics.

The fun thing about this leaf pattern is that anything goes and any size strip can be used to make this fun leaf. It is a perfect way to use scraps and also a fun way to play with new fabrics.  

See the original Green Tea Table Runner here.

 

I did have a little fabric left over after cutting several strips of the fat quarters and decided to play some more and make some pinwheel blocks.  Such fun fabric combinations, I think I will write these up as a little quilt.

My friend, Kate Colleran is one of the main sponsors of this blog hop and will have additional blog posts about this fun fabric line and even sponsor a giveaway of fun projects and a small FQ stack in a few days.  Here is her blog. https://seamslikeadream.com

Have fun and follow the blogs to see more posts.


Tammy- http://tamarinis.typepad.com
Kate - https://seamslikeadream.com
Swan -  https://www.swanamity.com/blog
Annette - https://southwindinspirations.blogspot.com
Kris - https://www.poorhousequiltdesigns.com/blog

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  1. That leaf pattern looks great with these fabrics!

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  2. As you can guess, I love these batiks! Green Tea looks great made with them, and I just love your little pinwheels!

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