Applique Thursday Giveaway

A little closer to done.  Last night was the start of festivities for this Christmas.  Groan - what temptation.  I was successful with my one plate plan for indulging during this holiday season.

The winner of last week's book, Four Blocks Say More... is Linda.  I've sent her an email.  Thank you to all who commented or shared their eye candy.  I wish I had had time to reply to all of you, but computer time is limited right now, or else I'd never have my little blocks of quilting.

This week's giveaway is a wonderful book titled:  Crazy but Pieceable by Hollie Milne.  Eight projects (they have a bit of applique).  Hollie teaches you how to make blocks of crazy piecing to use in your quilts in a different way than in a crazy quilt.  Great way to use scraps in the same color family.  It is a technique ahead of its time.  Kay MacKenzie has just published a book using this method - but her pieced fabric made from scraps is the makings of applique pieces and she doesn't paper piece.

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. And for extra chances, tell your friends about this giveaway.  If they comment or link and mention you in their comment, you'll automatically get another entry in this giveaway. Submissions end Wednesday night. Use the blue link below. And remember, it doesn't have to be applique (that you share that is) - I love all sorts of eye candy.

Comments

Hello again!! I decided to add my tri-fold wallet and coffee-carrier (which I used WonderUnder on to stick then stitch around a scooter and bird!). Have a great night :)
ritainalaska said…
i can understand why some quilters do not do piecing ... i have such a hard time myself! i do like how it looks, though, and would like to do a better job of it. thanx for the cxhance to win this book! maybe a book would help.
Rosa said…
Hello.My new ufo applique runner.I want to finish it this weekend.
I like piecing but sometime I love make applique.thanks for the chance!!

Wishing you a fun weekend!
Now that is a really cute book! I wasn't going to link because I really didn't have any applique to share, but I wanted to add another chance for the book, so you get piecing this week :*D I'll try to do better next week! Your block is looking great!!!
Bonnie58 said…
Looks like a great book. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw. Merry Christmas to you.
bonnielarson58(at)gmail(dot)com.
hueisei said…
Great book! Thanks for the chance to win.
Crickets Corner said…
Just looking at the cover makes me want to see what other projects she has. Looks like fun!
Val said…
So pleased I found your linky party. I love the look of the book. Great give away.
Connie said…
Looks like a very interesting book! Your applique block is looking beautiful!
SimplyLisaLisa said…
Love your applique block and thanks for sponsoring the great gift give away. The book looks like a fun one!
LynCC said…
I can't believe I forgot to link up my finished cottage after all that finger-burning on the fence rails! ;D That's an awesome-looking book.
Denise :) said…
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Denise :) said…
Oh my gosh, this book looks like such fun!! I found you through Design Wall Monday ... new *old* follower! :)
Bev C said…
Hello,

Just found your blog. A wonderful giveaway. I linked up something that wasn't applique, but a hand lotion bar recipe. You must try it, very soft on your hands, you will have perfect hand for applique.

Happy days.
Bev.xoxo
Marcia W. said…
I'm late I know -- wanted to tell you that the deer hanging you won is pretty -- and I adore that star ornament you made
Linda said…
THANKS FOR PICKING MY NAME AS THE WINNING ONE! SURE TO ENJOY THIS BOOK!
THANK YOU!
MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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