My blogging schedule lately has been somewhat erratic, but I seem to be getting back to it a little more frequently. So when Laura from LC’s Cottage asked me to participate in the Around the World Blog Hop, I was … Continue reading
The drawing for the little kit to make the hexagon mug rug is done and the winner is Joanne H. of Everyone Deserves a Quilt who left a comment on the April Showers blog hop post on Tuesday! Congratulations, Joanne. … Continue reading
The random generator was used and now Baxter would like to announce … … the winner is number 7, Deb Brandt. Congratulations, Deb! Watch your e-mail as I will be sending you the gift certificate as soon as I post … Continue reading
You’ve read about The Case of the Secret Garden mystery quilt before on my blog. Clue 2 was revealed yesterday. Clue 1 was released last week. I’m going to be printing fabrics tonight and tomorrow as I follow Clue 2. … Continue reading
Mr. Q.O. picked the winners’ numbers and they are:
Number 48: the mug rug goes to Cyndie.
And number 9: the Inklingo $25 gift certificate goes to Kay Lemieux.
Congratulations, Cyndie and Kay. Watch your e-mail as I will be e-mailing you as soon as this posts!
Yes, I said winners of my giveaway for the Quilting Gallery 5th Birthday. There are two Inklingo gift certificates being given away! Santa’s elves decided there should be a second winner. While Baxter loves to play with little pieces of … Continue reading
It’s Quilting Gallery’s 5th birthday! Help Quilting Gallery celebrate by taking part in the birthday celebration blog hop. There are over 150 bloggers participating, each with a giveaway just in time for Christmas! You can click on the logo above … Continue reading
Three different sets of fabric equals three different looks. These blocks seem to look good in every type of fabric imaginable. You can fussy cut/print too with a window template.
What’s the giveaway? It’s a $20 Inklingo gift certificate. You can use the gift certificate to buy the Yin Yang Shape Collection or any other Inklingo product.
Inklingo isn’t for hand piecers only. Not even close! There are lots of shape collections that are perfect for machine piecing. There are 60 and 90-degree diamonds (including the Free Shape Collection), Storm at Sea, Sunflower, numerous sizes of HSTs and QSTs and many others as seen in the Index of Shapes.
Inklingo Collections are downloadable PDFs. No software to install, no special printers or ink required. Just print the appropriate pages on your fabric with any inkjet printer or all-in-one and you have perfect shapes printed on your fabrics every time!
How do you win? It’s easy. Go look at the Index of Shapes. Then come back here and leave a comment telling me what your favourite collection is. The giveaway is open until midnight on Friday, June 10, 2011 and the winner will be announced on Saturday, June 11, 2011.