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 »
I hope you had a great weekend – I did! The weather has finally turned to nice, and actually a little hot – perfect for sending the kids out to play, and me staying inside to sew, and sew some more! I’ll show you what I’ve been working on tomorrow, right now the winner is ::
Congratulations to you Lee Ann! I have already emailed you.
For those of you that did not win, you may purchase your favorite kit, by clicking on this graphic –
Happy Quilting ~ Amy
I have a few things to share with you today.
First, I contributed to a collaborative book – Modern Blocks!
I submitted 2 blocks, and they were both included. This book will be available via Stash books this fall, and I’m looking forward to the advance copy coming later this summer!
Next, while at Market, I was invited to chat with Annie Smith from Quilting Stash!
The podcast is available today, go listen and learn how you can win a copy of Modern Basics!
Finally, I want to share about Quilts Recover –
From Cheryl :
Earthquakes, tornados, fires, and more. The world is full of disaster news these days. The images and stories are gut wrenching. People are having to build their lives … Read More »
I’ve mentioned it before, but it bears repeating! The Quilting Book Club is a fantastic group of quilters, currently making quilts from Modern Basics! It’s open to anyone who would like to participate, AND today Shawna, at 1 Choice 4 Quilting, is giving away a kit for the June quilt — Posie Patch.
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 Monday, June 6th.
Good Luck – Amy
Hi all! I’m happy to announce that Stephanie is the winner of the charm pack and layer cake!
Stephanie said : I don’t know anything funny to post. If I could post a picture I’d send you one of my dachshund stuck in the sleeve of my sweatshirt, but since I can’t I’ll just leave you to imagine
Stephanie, I just need your mailing address to get these goodies off to you!
I’m also pleased to report that all of the Bloggers’ Quilt Festival Winners have claimed their prizes – woot!
For the rest of us, who didn’t win, my favorite joke in the comments ::
Cotton a trap
Must buy more
Thanks to BA with no blog for that one.
All the best – Amy
Welcome! If you aren’t a regular reader here, I invite you to poke around and get to know me a bit! Just last week I hosted the Bloggers’ Quilt Festival and there is a load of inspiration in that post alone!
Special thanks to the ladies at Sew, Mama, Sew for orchestrating this fun hop, full of giveaways!
Enter to win:
A It’s a Hoot – Charm Pack
Bella Solids Pastels – Layer Cake
Here’s a closer look at the colors in the mix –
Leave me a comment, something funny, but not gross. It’s fun to read through all the comments with something more than “pick me” – TIA ; )
Oh and this is open to everyone – … Read More »