Applique Thursday 2/14/13 & Giveaway

I'm working on a prayer flag.  I'm not finished - need to add words and knots on the red berets. I'm sure you can tell what's been on my mind.  It does have applique, so I think it qualifies for this post.

What are you working on? I'd love to see your eye candy - applique or not - current or one from a while ago.  It'll all be new to me. Please share.

Alrighty! We had 31 links/comments for last week's applique pattern package. And the winner is Billie! That lucky mojo of hers is at it again. I'll be emailing Billie later. Thank you all for your participation. Next AT's book on offer as a giveaway is Hearts And Hands - The Influence of Women & Quilts on American Society. This is a historical book (no projects) but it has beautiful photos of antique quilts and is a fascinating story sharing a vital part of American History. I'm running out of time. I'll post a photo tomorrow after I come back from the St. Anne's Sewdality meeting.

Back from meeting - here is the promised photo.

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.

I'm linking to Pat Sloan's Show and Tell Thursdays. Go on over and see some wonderful projects.


  1. such a positive prayer flag ... so right for today, directing our prayers.

  2. I hadn't heard of this book, but it sounds like a book that would be interesting and inspiring.

  3. that my name??? I just saw that when I came to link up. I can't believe it! Thanks Angie!

  4. This sounds like a really interesting book! Thanks!


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