First Half of the winnersMonday, December 20, 2010
I'm trying to finalize a project for a magazine....I'm sending it off today and will have more time to blog after it's sent....but here are the first half of the winners.
I need to have the responses numbered. I haven't figured out how to do that yet....so I have to count them.
I spun the random number generator and here are the winners:
#38 Pam 1228
#133 Conny's quilts
#155 Anonymous (Dec. 16 3:02pm)
Will post the rest of the winners tonight!
Winners...e-mail your address to firstname.lastname@example.org
And Anke sent this note to me today.
Read in your blog the other day and was taken by the antique sewing roll.
It’s fabric’s pattern, that has me intrigued; was it a piece left over and if so, what had been made? Or had it been salvaged from an item no longer needed or usable and if so what had that been? Like its slightly wavy/puckery looking sides.
Taken to such a degree that I tried and made one myself. Used some cotton fabric, a bit of calico, doctor’s flannel, some polyfibre fill, a bone button and a piece of twine. A fun little project and very happy with the the result.
(The pattern for the needleroll is in Garden Club our latest quilting book.)