Applique Thursday Giveaway Sept 27, 2012

Didn't get much done on my blocks:
You can see I'm still working on two methods on these leaves.  We'll see.  Life was a full plate of other stuff.  Besides kids, I had to stop and make a sample for an applique demo lesson.  I liked it so much I think I'll make a wall hanging out of these.  Here is the first Fassett Strawberry:


Thank you to all who commented or submitted a link for last week's giveaway.  I really enjoyed them and they saved my sanity on some days. Our winner for last week was Cassandra. Congrats, Cassandra - I've sent you an email.

This week's giveaway is

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To win this copy, all you need to do is comment or link to have a chance for it to be yours. Or do both and have two chances. Submissions end Wednesday night. Use the blue link below. And remember, it doesn't have to be applique - I love all sorts of eye candy.

PS: I'm linking to Melissa's TNT as new to me is doing a demo. Go see what a neat binding tutorial she has for us. Her button is on the right sidebar.  And I'm also linking to Barbara's NewFO Challenge - those are always fun to see what quilters have started.

Comments

Sarah said…
Looks like a great book - thanks for a chance to win! I LOVE that strawberry - never would have thought to use Kaffe's fabrics...
Gill said…
Another great giveaway! This looks a fabulous book!
Mommarock said…
What a wonderful choice of fabric for your strawberry!
Carrie P. said…
Oh, I just love your strawberry.
please don't enter me for the giveaway. don't think I would use the book. I know one of your commenters will enjoy winning it.
Denise said…
I just wanted to mention that I really think your strawberry is just darling. As with Carrie P. please don't enter me in the contest. I would love to use the book but I realistically know that I will never have time to use it. I have way to many UFO's to work on. Let someone else really enjoy it.
You just need some whip cream for that strawberry....smile.
That looks like an interesting book.... I've made no progress on any appique this week but will look at what is linked up :)
Marcia W. said…
Your strawberry is gorgeous. I like the way the stripes wrap around the fruit. I've used Ruth M's freezer paper technique to make irises, including drafting some my own patterns. It is a great technique. Thanks for the chance.
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Debbie said…
Love that strawberry applique! Debbie.
Melissa Corry said…
Cute little strawberry!! Thanks for linking up :)
Jen Dewey said…
You are getting me all excited. Today I plan on starting on an appliqué block. I love your strawberry.
Barbara said…
Oh, that strawberry looks great. Perfect fabrics!
Robin said…
Well, I'm a little late to the party. I love that stawberry, the Kaffe fabrics are perfect. The book is very interesting. Thanks for the give away.