Wednesday Giveaway

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Lynn Jarzombeck won the drawing this week. Judging from your comments, all of you want to make Welcome To The North Pole and you still can. The book is very affordable at $16.95 and you can find it here.

PS: Did you know that this book has been in print for 20 years? I am honored to know that so many quilters have loved this pattern, and made their own North Pole Christmas quilts!

Wednesday Giveaway

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Congrats to Nettie Crain, this week’s giveaway winner of a set of Karen K. Buckley’s perfect tools: Circles, Ovals, and Stems. The Circles and Ovals are templates made of templar that you can trace against or use with an iron. The Perfect Stems are used to make bias stems with tubes of bias fabric and an iron.

Wednesday Giveaway

This week’s Giveaway winner is Kathleen Connolly who won a pair of Tula Pink’s Micro-Tip Scissors. They cut precisely all the way to the point and they have a lovely iridescent finish. If you didn’t win and still want a pair of these dandy scissors, click here.

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Leave a comment to enter the drawing. If you can’t find the comment box, you might see a little icon that looks like a thought bubble at the upper right at the top of this post. Try clicking that to open the comment section.

I’ll use a random number generator to choose the winner Thursday, June 8, 2017.

Good luck!

Wednesday giveaway…

Congrats to Kathleen Doran, this week’s Wednesday Giveaway winner of The New Quick & Easy Block Tool book.

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This book, edited by Liz Aneloskie, Kandy Petersen, and Debbie Rodgers, is wonderful! In it you will find 110 quilt blocks. There is a chart with each block to help you create it in five different sizes. I especially like the section of the book that groups blocks by what sort of grid they are built on (2×2, 3×3, etc.)

There is a gray-scale version of each block, and a blank version, so you can design it yourself without regard to the original color placement. On top of that, there is a project for every block! Plus, the editors created an index of these projects that can be made with precut fabrics such as charm packs, fat quarters, jelly rolls, and layer cakes.

Click here to find the Block Tool at Piece O’ Cake.

Leave a comment to enter the drawing. If you can’t find the comment box, you might see a little icon that looks like a thought bubble at the upper right at the top of this post. Try clicking that to open the comment section.

I’ll use a random number generator to choose the winner Thursday, June 1, 2017.

Good luck!