Thank you to all 201 of you for entering my December giveaway!
It definitely feels like Christmas to be giving someone a patchwork book and handmade mini quilt.
Without further ado, the lucky winner is comment #121:
Jenny of the blog, Cut.Sew.Iron.Repeat. Congrats, Jenny! Look for an email from me to get your mailing address.
Thank you again for entering. Hope all your holiday wishes come true!
It seems like ages since I’ve offered a giveaway, so I’m excited to be participating in Sew,Mama, Sew’s Giveaway Day again!
I am offering the book Pretty in Patchwork Doll Quilts which was the inspiration for the mini quilt I also made for the lucky winner (see below). This book is full of 24 projects for making mini quilts in a great variety of sizes and themes.
Along with this book you will receive this mini quilt I made based on the cover project, a Christmas star measuring 19.5 inches all the way around. Perfect for a table topper or centerpiece.
I used that green fabric for the binding and that red fabric for the backing.
I will also include the scraps in case you want to make something else to match your new mini quilt, like a mug rug, potholder or smaller mini quilt.
Leave a comment by 7 pm CST on Friday, December 16 to be entered. International entries are welcome. Good luck, friends!
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I can’t believe I finished my Floating Stars wall hanging already!
I started this project at my annual summer quilting retreat.
Only a month later, it’s quilted and bound, and ready to hang. I did some echo quilting inside each star and inside each border, and then some free-motion quilting in all the white space.
This was one of those projects that I just made up on the fly, and I’m loving the results!
PS – forgot to mention that this wallhanging measures 32 inches around.