The lucky recipient of the Santa Stop Here sack is:
Your Christmas give aways are just great. I am afraid I am not into all these social networking gizmos. I can barely keep up with blogs!
Now spending hours trawling through your blogs to see your Twas the Night photos proved undoable last night for me with a Carols concert and after school activites – so if you have them on your blog, please send me the link and I’ll choose one lucky winner for the chance to win 3 new patterns in your stocking this year that you can stitch in 2011 in time for next Christmas.
This is the quilt you saw peeks of in the Mitred Binding tutorial – so now is your chance to try that method. Larapops is very simple to make – even 15yr Old MissM managed with not much concentration! it uses jelly roll strips and then my easy Glue stick appliqué method – yes even the precut Stitch n wash circles are included in the pattern so you just need a Sewline Glue pen or just a glue stick. All made by machine in a day this would be the perfect gift for the teenager or young mum on your Christmas list.
I don’t think I told you of my new addition to the studio? after chatting with the Accucut girls at Spring market earlier this year, on impulse I ordered this
So now we can cut all the circles here for you instead of having to buy the full rolls if you only want to make one quilt.. Lori has mastered the beast and is madly cutting circles to go in any of our patterns that can use them to save you time and make the appliqué process pain free for a great result.. hope it works for you.
so, leave that comment, to win one of MissM’s Larapops patterns in time to make for Christmas, if you miss out they are available here, complete with the precut circles of course and I'm sure you’d have a jelly roll handy in that stash somewhere.
hugs and good luck – this is the last one for the week, BUT, I may be back next week with more to show…