Catching up


Posted on February 1st, by Amy in give away, random. 8 comments

Hi there!  I’ve been sick…it’s gone around our entire family – but the end is in sight!  2 boxes of Saltines and a 2 liter of ginger ale, and I think we are all on the mend.  Thankfully Joe and I weren’t sick at the same time, that really would have been a mess!

So I need to tell you who won the Sweet Divinity giveaway!

#153 is Milica aka Molly at Crafting Cozy Congratulations Molly – you should have an email from me in your inbox already!

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I also wanted to share a link with you - Meylah did an interview with me – you can find it here!

Also any of you looking for inexpensive marketing for your shop or blog, you should check out The Marketplace at The Sewing Summit.

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I’m hoping to get to my sewing machine soon, it’s been 10 days I think…withdrawals here!  What are you up to?

Amy





8 thoughts on “Catching up

  1. Congrats Molly!!!

    Sorry to hear you have been sick Amy! I hope you feel better soon!! and I hope you get your machine back soon!!

    I am working on a new quilt design, I finished Garden spikes, and I am hoping to photograph it tomorrow in day light! It turned out so great, and thanks so much for a great pattern!! I have 2 table runners on the go as well as a wall hanging, so a big plate full!

    Have a great week!!

  2. Hope you are feeling better soon.

    I’ve “finished” my first UFO for the year… OK its not quite finished, but its ready to quilt!!! YEAH! Onto the next UFO!

  3. Bummer to hear you’ve been sick! I agree, ginger ale is great when you’re feeling bad. Hope you’re feeling better soon! We got a major snowstorm the past couple days, so we spent two hours clearing our driveway today.

  4. Welcome back to the land of the living. Hope you can get back to sewing soon. I finished my Valentine’s purse but I still need to quilt and bind the Valentine’s table quilt. Hopefully by the weekend. Take it easy!

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