I completely forgot to post a winner to this book LAST MONTH! Sorry about that! With school starting and the rest of life, it was pushed off my radar.
Anyway, the winner is #106 :
Send me your mailing address Jodi, and congratulations!
For the rest of you, today is the last day of the tour and there’s still a chance you could win by commenting on Nancy’s blog. Remember this bundle?
Scroll down, and add your facebook comment on the blog for a chance to win.
Nancy’s new book Sewing A to Z is a treasure trove of sewing techniques and tips for sewists of all skill levels!
Nancy shares techniques used for general sewing, and quilting alike. Basics like swiftly using your seam ripper, identifying tension problems, and then fixing them. Or more specific techniques like pintucks, piping, using a double needle, and serger stitches. The book is organized alphabetically, making it simple to use, and Nancy has included personal notes often, giving insight into her methods, and favorite products for the task at hand. This book brings Nancy to your sewing space, whenever you need her expertise!
There are over 100 techniques included making this an invaluable resource for any sewist!
Sewing A to Z is available for sale – here.
You can watch Nancy work through … Read More »
Have you seen what Madam Samm is up too?? Here’s a quick introduction, and how you can win big!
Hello, friends and followers!
I would like to welcome you to a Wantobe Quilters Campaign over at www.sewwequiltcom
They are having quilting supplies to giveaway 5 x a week for the next 11 weeks. They started on August 1st. Supplies that will have you quilting before you know it…From sewing machines to irons, to die cutters, to mats, to rotary cutters, sewing baskets, scissors, batting, needles, rolled sewing machine bags, patterns, books, magazines…everything you could imagine to assist you in being a NEW Quilter. (you have no tools and you have not yet begun quilting)
Those days to comment are Mondays-Wednesday-Fridays.
( although you can comment every day)
Even if you are already part of this community you can win quilting stuff too…Tuesdays and Thursdays are days for us.
Quilters who have supplies can always use new … Read More »
The winner for the Modern V kit from 1Choice4Quilting is :
Remember if you didn’t win, Shawna has lots of kits available for purchase! Use promo code “Amy” for an additional 10% the already great prices too!
You all didn’t know it, but I had an extra copy of Pleating for Mercy to giveaway too, the winner is:
Congratulations ladies! If you haven’t yet please send me your mailing address.
I have a treat for you today! Have you been following The Quilting Book Club? They have been making a quilt a month (or there about!) from Modern Basics! I’ve helped to select fabrics for the kits, and Shawna at 1 Choice 4 Quilting, is offering a kit to one of you! For the month of August the group is working on Modern V (on the right) -
Modern V ~ Dynamic contrast
To enter to win:
visit 1 choice 4 quilting and tell me which kit you like best!
One comment per person please.
I will announce a winner on Friday, August 5th.
Good Luck – Amy
ETA – I almost forgot! Shawna has a special coupon code for my readers! Use “Amy” for an additional 10% off your order!
Hi there! I hope you had a nice weekend – we did but it went by too fast!
Knowing that you really just want to know if you won, let’s get down to that business. The winner is –
Those of you that did not win can visit Jackie and console yourself. (I might just join you over there!)
Now for the fabric therapy.
I had hoped to actually sew over the weekend, but didn’t make it to the machine. I was caught up with some Sewing Summit details, instead of sewing, but I will make up for it soon! Friday night I shared on facebook and twitter while I cut these adorable fabrics–
The fabric on top is a border stripe, and I cut each one out to use as a strip in between … Read More »
I’m really excited to have a fun group of fabrics to offer one of you today! My friend Jackie at Canton Village Quilt Works has a knack for buying beautiful fabrics, and she makes beautiful quilts with her fantastic fabric choices.
Let me show you what Jackie has for you!
Aren’t those pretty? They are the Wild Garden Collection, by Dan Bennett for Westminster. Here’s a closer look at the prints -
Enter to win the lovely bundle above by :
Liking Canton Village Quilt Works on Facebook
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Visiting Canton Village Quilt Works, then tell me your favorite collection, in your comment.
Good Luck! I’ll select a winner via Random Number Generator On Monday, July 18th.
My apologies for the delay – I honestly haven’t spent much time on the computer the last few days! I hope those of you stateside, had a fantastic 4th of July! We had a great day as a family, with friends, BBQ dinner, and a great fireworks show. All the necessary ingredients for a fun day!
Here’s last weeks winners:
Beam N Read Blog Hop –
Lapel Stick –
One Thing, One Week Challenge –
Thanks for participating ladies!! I’ve emailed each of you – please respond with your details!
Last week I had a couple of posts with ideas for using Lapel Stick – and I loved working with it! It’s great for installing a zipper -
without pins, and Sophia and I had a great time learning to sew -
without pins! The pieces are re-positional so you can be sure that it is just where you want it, and it all washes out, won’t hurt your fabric in any way.
I’m positive there are 500 other ways to use Lapel Stick – what would you do with it?
Here’s your chance to win these two Lapel Sticks!
Leave me a comment telling me how you would use it – for one chance.
Like Lapel Stick on Facebook and leave me another comment – for a second … Read More »
Hi Friends! Along with the Challenge Link up, I get to share this great product with you, and give one away – keep reading!
Kelly at I Have a Notion invited me to get to know the Beam n Read, and I was happy to test drive this super functional light! I’ve added mine to my hexie supplies in my new pouch.
The Beam n Read is a great size to work into any bag, and perfect for handwork while sitting in a low light room or in the dark – while not disturbing anyone else around you.
During the hot summer months, our backyard is the perfect spot to cool off after the sun goes down. Of course I’m not one to sit with idle hands, so I have enjoyed … Read More »
First, the winner of the Stash Happy: Patchwork giveaway is –
Tabatha, is better off than I am! I hope you enjoy the book Tabatha – Congratulations!
My Wonderland blocks are very simple! I started with a charm pack, honey bun and jelly roll, 2 half yard cuts, and some miscellaneous scraps. As I was sewing I added Crossweaves from a bundle I had stashed, and Kona/Bella solids that worked within the palette (which is varied!).
I started with a charm in the center, and half the blocks received a 1 1/2″ honey bun strip, and the other half a 2 1/2″ jelly roll strip. I did two sides, then pressed and trimmed as necessary, and added the other two sides. I then decided to add a 3″ strip from the … Read More »
Hi there! I’m excited to have a copy of Stash Happy: Patchwork by Cynthia Shaffer to review, AND Lark has generously offered to send a copy to one of you! Read on to learn how to win -
Knowing that you love fabric, as much as I do – there’s always little scraps left over from projects, that are to big to toss, but I don’t always have a specific plan for them either. This book is the solution! There’s 25 adorable projects to guide and inspire you. Isn’t the cover fantastic? Here’s a few of my favorite projects from the book:
Cynthia includes clear, easy to understand instructions for each project, basic embroidery stitches, and general sewing basics. Including paper-piecing these hexagons, to make this honeycomb sheet set. So fun and can … Read More »