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Thursday, November 24, 2011
Here's another game for you..
It's a Treasure Hunt and you're invited! Enter Quiltmaker's biggest contest ever for a chance to win fabulous prizes from 23 quilt industry sponsors, including Quilting Treasures! Look for the Treasure Hunt 2011 button on our website-then click the button to find an entry form. Prizes include a feature-filled sewing machine plus fabric, thread, books and more. The contest runs from 11 a.m. MST on 9/30/11 to 11:59 p.m. MST on 12/7/10. (Find complete rules at quiltmaker.com. No mail-in entries will be accepted. This contest is open to U.S. Residents only.)
There are 19 different sites, plus one on http://www.quiltmaker.com/contests/treasure-hunt/index.html. Have fun!!
Monday, November 21, 2011
Have you ever heard of this? I did a couple of years ago, tried it and thought it was WAYY to much work. Well my friend Ann joined last month and won 2, $25.00 gift cert's, so I thought maybe I would give it another try. Signed up started looking and ya know, it was way easier than I remembered. Most websites that participate give you clues and tips to where you find the bunny, then just click and register and your on your way to the next one.The concept behind the virtual shop hop is exactly the same as taking a fabric shopping trip by car. On your "virtual" shop hop, however, you'll leave the car in the garage and can even shop in your jammies!You will have 30 days to get around to over 100 of the sites.Tons of prizes too! I shopped all 186 stores and then signed Mark up too! Yesterday when it was pouring rain we hit all the shops again. So maybe between the 2 of us, we'll win something.
P.S. Made plenty of wish lists along the way and I did find something to buy also!
Sunday, November 20, 2011
The top above is my first block of the month I made 3 years ago.. All hand embroidered.
This is a picture of the last block of the month kit that I did in the past year. My center is done and I am just waiting on the borders to be delivered. My first BOM kit above was Christmas and was all hand embroidered stitchery, this one, the 2nd BOM, is done and it is all wool and just GORGEOUS!! I have just ordered my 3rd.
Here she is...
Isn't she GORGEOUS TOO!! This is made of fabric and applique. All my kits that I have ordered have been a challenge for me. Before I got them I had never done hand embroidery, worked with wool or even applique. Cant wait for the UPS man to come!!