Wednesday, February 2, 2011

What an Evening!!

Tuesday was a great night!
First, was quilt class.  I packed up my Janome into the rolly cart & began building the batik blocks for the quilt that's for ME!   

Next, I stopped at my mailbox & not only were the awesome linoprints I ordered from last week there, but there was a squishy envelope with a quilt in it.  It was from a doll quilt swap I participated in.  It's so cute & the colors go great with my new RED chair too!

Then, I got an email from Jake Finch, one of the editors of Quilter's Home magazine.  I was lucky enough to meet Jake when I was on the board of the Southern California Council of Quilt Guilds.  Not only is she an awesome quilter & teacher & writer, but she's just plain a LOT of fun!
Anyway, she told me that QH is aiming to get 1000 friends on Facebook by March. 

Since I'm a big fan of QH, and this is my 20th post, I thought ~ "Hey, a round number!  It must be time for a bloggy giveaway!"

I went through my stash, and came up with these 2 half-yard cuts, just waiting to take a trip to your house!

So here it is:  hop on over to Quilter's Home Magazine on Facebook and "Like" them.  Or, if you already "Like" QH, leave me a comment & tell me that!  Come back here & leave me a comment telling me you did it, by midnight Pacific time, on Thursday, February 17th.  I'll throw the names in a bowl & pick out a winner & announce it on Friday the 18th.

That's all.  That's not too bad, is it?  Only one "hoop" to jump through.  Good luck!


  1. I did it on FB! Not only do I like them, I LOVE them! Thanks for the chance, and those batiks are great!

  2. I never was good at jumping through hoops, so, I'm happy I didn't have to.
    I did it on FB too!
    I love the doll quilt, it's so cute!!!

    p.s. Thanks for the comment on my new project and Oklahoma's snow.

  3. I already like them on FB. Thanks for stopping by my blog. momloves2quilt

  4. I just found QH on facebook and ticked like. That dolls quilt is gorgeous.

  5. What a cute doll quilt! Thanks for stopping by my blog -- if you use the tea cup quilt block, let me know!


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