To thank everyone for the follows and sharing their inspiring pictures on Instagram, I’m giving a away a new Tula Pink Coloring Book. Photo credits to Fat Quarter Shop – the book will also be purchased and shipped from there.
I wanted to share this birthday table topper I made a few weeks ago. We laid it on the table to put my nephews cake on, but it also has tabs on the back so it can be hung on a wall.
The print is a Michael Miller panel and one of my first fabric purchases ever. It was too cute not to buy, even if I had no idea what to do with it. In my cleaning frenzy a few weeks ago I came across it and started playing around with it (anything to avoid cleaning). The polka dot fabrics are leftovers I had from the Funky Monkeys by Moda collection. It measures around 2′ square.
I had a lot of fun with the giveaways during the last 6 weeks. Maybe we could make this a yearly thing?
If I learned anything this past week it’s that the majority of us like to sew barefoot! I always have a pile of shoes under my sewing table because I have to be barefoot, but I had no idea it was so common. One of you could be rich if you invent some kind of ergonomic sewing pedal (I’m open to royalties).
The winner of the V & Co. Simply Color Large Aurifil Thread Box is: Manda Clark
The winner of the Club Medallion Border of the Month by Sew Lux is: Vickie Adkins
Since there were so many entries I added another prize. Winner of an Aurifil Thread Sampler pack is: Joanie Byrnes Page
Congrats, ladies! I’ll be sending you an email shortly. Have a great weekend!
The giveaway weeks flew by. Are you ready for Week 6? I think it’s a great one!
Look at this yummy goodness!
Aurifil has provided a Simply Color by V and Co. cotton thread collection in the large spool size. This is a ton of thread. TON. It’s also in my absolute favorite weight, 50.
Their 50 wt cotton mako thread is perfect for paper, hand or machine piecing as well as machine quilting. It’s also fantastic because you rarely need to clean any build up from your machine and your bobbin seem to last forever. Due to the fine thread, a lot of it can fit on one tiny bobbin.