Nature Walk ABC Sewing Challenge Winners

Posted by on Mar 29, 2016 in Blog, Nature Walk

So, we had a challenge… To sew something amazing with the Nature Walk ABC panel. The team at Michael Miller Fabrics & I were delighted with the creativity shown in the challenge and now we have our three winners!

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Third place went to Paola of Sweet Julia who created this adorable dress for her daughter. The ABC panel with the dress body & knots in the rich amber colour of Little World (coupled with the cowboy boots) is truly delightful.

Second place was taken by Sherri Noel of Rebecca Mae Designs for this truly awesome sewing machine cover. Her creation of words with the individual letters is skillfully done and just perfect to house her beloved machine.

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And our winner is Candice Ayala who, with some incredible painting help from her daughter, Abigail won our hearts with this Mori dress.

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Not only did Abigail use silk paints and dimensional fabric paints, but she also went to every little girl’s happy place with glitter. Great job, Abigail & Candice!

Congrats to all the winners! I hope you enjoy your new fabrics coming your way and Abigail and Candice, I hope you have as much fun with my colouring book as you did with the dress.


  1. Rhonda Lloyd
    September 28, 2016

    I bought the Nature Walk quilt kit and additional panel to make a matching banner for my great granddaughter. The only problems is that their is only one of each of the vowels…so I had to buy two panels in order to spell her name (need two e’s), which left a bunch of unused letters. Any possibility that there would be an additional fabric printed for just the vowels?

    • Tamara
      September 28, 2016

      Hi Rhonda, Sorry, but there are no plans to print the alphabet any differently. It was tough deciding how to lay out the letters for the fabric, but we decided the alphabet would be the best option. One way I’ve been having fun using the other letters is for birthday gifts, I’ve been making small bags for my kids’ friends, using the 1st letter of their names as a monogram. I hope that’s a bit of help.