Applique Thursday Giveaway

Again this is the very busy week of the month, and being December lots going on.  And then I couldn't find my block to take a photo!  I had worked on it earlier and it was nowhere to be found.  But I finally did find it.  You know how it is - it gets buried under stuff that you move cuz company is coming and you're serving dessert and rushing to put on a fresh tablecloth. Geesh! Well here it is - a little further along.

The winner of last week's book is Bonnie L!  I've sent Bonnie an email.  Thank you very much readers.  There were 25 entries this month and I was thrilled.  Lots of good eye candy and if you didn't  leave a link, I visited a lot of neat sites and saw some candy that way.  Always fun!.  Here is this week's giveaway:

These are marvelous, but I'm not there yet in handling the complexity of them - LOL - that spatial gene just can't handle it.  Makes lovely blocks.  I've always been intrigued by the shapes formed.  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) -  all sorts of eye candy is eligible.

Comments

Gill said…
I've never tried celtic applique but I'd love to!
Thank you!
ritainalaska said…
am always ready and willing to try new things ... the celtic strings looks like an intriguing project. with a tapemaker and glue, it looks doable, too. rhanx for the chance at the book!
heartsease54 said…
I love needleturn applique, but I'm not sure I'm up to this level either!
Bonnie58 said…
beautiful Applique. I don't think I'm quite ready for this, yet, but it sure is something to strive for. Thanks for the opportunity on your draw.
bonnielarson58@gmail.com
I was going to say how did Thursday get here so fast and then realized it Friday....yikes. I don't remember this week at all. No sewing here.
Inge Lise said…
I'm not so good yet, but now have a lot of books on quilting and patchwork, I enjoy learning new things - but have learned something important: Only practice makes perfect, search practicing and practicing and practicing .......
Would love to be the lucky one.
My blog does not work well, so I also give my e-mail address: il@mvbmail.dk
Marcia W. said…
Thanks for the chance to win a copy of this book. I have a new style of premade/fusible bias tape that would be perfect to use. I love celtic designs, though have yet to attempt one.
Nancy said…
I am not sure this book is something I would use but it looks interesting.
Auntjunifer said…
Oh Wow! The blocks are beautiful.
I would love to make a quilt with them.
JCnNC said…
I love Celtic quilting motifs. Since being sick and then breaking my arm two weeks ago, I have been put on hold - so to speak - here is a link to my post on celtic. http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=5779048120971587748#editor/target=post;postID=4496055278188794038 Judy C thanks you for this opportunity.