WIPs Be Gone, A Winner and Another Giveaway

Remember these:
They are now finished tops. Yeah!  Measure 36" and 37"square respectively, and are ready for the ladies of St. Anne's to do their magic.  Remember I'm just the top maker. Love that part best!
Here's the first one:
It just needed one more border to be the right size. 
To this one I added three borders.  Both were made with the center square made using the Exploding block as seen on Jenny Doan's tutorial.

The winner of last week's book is Nancy from Joy for Grace. Congrats, Nancy! I'll send it along as soon as I have your snail mail address, please.  Thanks to all who participated.  I'm giving away 100 1" hexagon papers for this week. Same guidelines apply:   Leave me a comment for one chance.  Link your eye candy for another. Follow me and let me know for a third. Remember if you don't have a blog, you can always post a photo from a photostream.  Please be sure there is some way for me to contact you. Ends next Thursday, midnight. I'll be linking to several parties. Tab above. Blessings!


Comments

  1. I am a regular follower via Blogger. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  2. Congrats on another WIPS finished and in the books! I'm starting to get caught up on my WIPS now that summer is in full swing.

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  3. Congrats on the finishes. Love what you did with the second one; the fussy cut corners of the pink border is a lovely touch. ;^)

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  4. Nice to get things finished, isn't it? I'm working on that exact size of hexie now...it would be great not to have to cut them out myself! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. There is nothing quite like the feeling of finishing a WIP, is there? It's like jumping over a hurdle into an open field! My favorite part of quilting is making the quilt tops too. So far, I've done all the extra steps myself to finish them. Someday, I may find a long-arm quilter for a bigger project...how exciting!

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  6. I'm a new Bloglovin' follower of yours! Looking forward to reading more!

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  7. How nice to get those little quilts done! I have so many projects in progress, sometimes I don't know where to start!

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  8. I'm a follower via email--thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. Very fun baby quilts. Congrats on the finishes.

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  10. Love your little quilts. It's always fun to give something darling, isn't it?

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  11. lovelt selection of quilts seen them on quilts are for giving too where I left a comment

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  12. You do such lovely work. I am a new quilter learning basically on my own with the internet as ny guide.
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  13. Remember I'm just the top maker. Love that part best!

    I'm so glad you said that, as I feel the same way. I have been struggling with FMQ and I simply don't enjoy it. I accept now, that I'm in your camp, a top maker.
    Your little quilts are so cute!

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  14. I love hexies thanks for the chance to win papers.

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  15. I follow your blog with Feedly

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  16. Thank you for the chance to win these hexie papers. Have got to try this new craze!

    ckrut at Hotmail dot com

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  17. Follow you by e-mail! Thanks.

    ckrut at Hotmail dot com

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  18. I would love some one inch hexagon papers.

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  19. First time visitor to your blog . . . following the podunk posies quilt . . . which I may attempt soon!

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  20. I do enjoy seeing peoples WIPs. I'm still plodding along quilting my Mimis bloomers quilt.

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