I Love Home giveaway winner and a sale
I had 677 comments for the first month of the I Love Home BOM giveaway, and the winning number is 171, Mary V. I asked you all to tell me your favorite form of applique., and I SO enjoyed reading everyone’s answer. Here is what Mary had to say:
Right now I am working on a block that uses raw edge applique but I am thinking of doing some hand applique on it as well. I have done machine applique in the past and I liked it. It is fast and easy.
Thank you all for participating! Mary will be receiving a box of Aurifil Thread, shipped directly from Italy. Congratulations, Mary!
This weekend, Craftsy is having one their biggest sales of the year! Maker’s Black Friday is your chance to score the lowest prices of the year on your favorite fabric, kits, and supplies. Sale ends Sunday, August 20th at 11:59pm MST.
Have a great weekend!
I love fat quarters — so versatile. I have a few jelly rolls too, but haven’t tried them out yet. The bigger question is: How do we ever use up all the fabric we’ve accumulated? I love your blog and will continue to read it. Thanks.
You have so many wonderful helpful tips for all of us. Thank you for your free patterns. Have a happy Thursday.
My favorite precut is Fat Quarters. I love your block. The little pumpkins are a nice compliment.
I love fat quarters and charm squares. Both are easy to work,with.
I think fat quarters are my favorite because you can get more out of them,and they don’t cost a fortune to get quite an assortment of different fabrics.
Hi Julie, Can you imagine cutting this block from mini charms, my personal favorite, to make this darling block? The block you made is so very precious. Take good care!
That’s an amazing number of comments, Julie! Can you imagine trying to respond to them all? *grin*. Congratulations to your winner!
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