Thursday, December 8, 2011

Winners!, Book Reviews, and More!



Yesterday, was the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Research for our Victory Girls book had Polly and I reading up more on the era. Some of the art work made during that time was so wonderful!

But on to the winners of our Moda Designer Blog Hop Give-away.

The winner of the Prairie Paisley II Fat 1/8th Bundle is Sharon, who said "Thanks for the recipe and the block. How sweet of you to have a give a way please enter me.Happy Holidays!"

The winner of the little hooked rug is Jill F

And just for good measure, a little something will be sent to Cindi P

Thanks everyone for joining in. It was by far our most fun give-away! All you winners, email me here and we'll get the goodies out to you.

I have a couple other things for you...... first of all, we are going to have a VERY LIMITED supply of Sacagawea kits available on our website.
We thought, since I have some of the fabric left over from the original quilt - we could kit this almost exactly like the original. While I can't promise all the fabrics will be the same - I can promise that they are at least 90% accurate and all the fabrics are Minick and Simpson fabrics.
So, if you are interested in the pattern and fabric kit - tell Santa to shop before they are gone.

Come back tomorrow for a book review of a great book - Summer At The Lake Quilts by Maw-Bell Designs. You'll love the book - and there will be another give-away.

Laurie

6 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Congratulations to the winners!

Debbie

Fiesta said...

Beautiful quilt.

Sharon said...

OMG I won??? Yeah thank you so much. I love the fabric and cannot wait to see what I will do with them. But I will post to you when I do make something...thank you so much and happy holidays!

SandyG said...

Congratulations Winners!
Thank you Laurie and Polly for the fun, and of course for all your designs and products.

Carrie P. said...

congrats to the winners.

Pam at Antique or Not said...

Congrats to the lucky winners!

The quilt is truly lovely; so unusual!

Hugs,
Pam

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