Monday, October 11, 2010

winner!

And now the winner of the GO! Fabric Cutter is #259--  

Michie who said, "I have been itching to make a hexagon quilt but all of the cutting is pretty daunting. I would love to be able to use the Go!"

please contact me Michie (nettiepete at gmail dot com) to claim your prize!

(thanks everyone for entering, I wish I could offer one to each of you.)

And a sneak peak at a baby quilt I started as a custom order.  We've since decided to go with a different design, but I still really like this one, so I'll probably finish it up and save it for the next baby gift I need.  (wouldn't it be nice to have one ready when a baby shower comes up!)

15 comments:

  1. wow! super fun design! how did you do that?

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  2. Congrats to the winner!!! I love your sneak peak! Can't wait to see it all done!!

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  3. I always try and keep a couple baby quilts on hand. When a friend had a grandbaby (or greatgrand baby on the way) I like to give the Granny a quilt to use at her house, as well as one for the new mom.

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  4. Oh! I love the way the blocks seem to float! Nice work.

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  5. i love your little quilt! i have had something similar on the brain lately. just no time to translate it into fabric. (sadly.)

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  6. I love the tumbler quilt, the colors are beautiful!

    You're blogging has inspired me to start sharing my projects as well. Anyone interested in learning how to take your bobbing/shuttle assembly apart and clean and oil it??? Check out my blog at seamssewcreative.blogspot.com

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  7. Absolutely love the color choices and adorable pattern here for this baby quilt! Tell us more about how you created it, please!

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  8. The winner is the quilt you are showing! I love it! How did you make the pieces so diverse? I can see the blue pieces in all different colors and maybe the beige in different beiges and/or whites. I'm so inspired by the quilts on the blogosphere... now if I could just live long enough to make them all!!!!!!!!!!!
    <3 Terri

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  9. I have been following your blog for a while. I just love it. I have recently started my own blog and have listed you blog in my reader. Thanks for all the inspiration! Lisa
    The Red Headed Mermaid

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  10. A beautiful tumbler quilt and the colors are beautiful. I like your sneak peak, and I can 't wait longer for your finished work, it is such a superb creation.

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