Sunday, June 29, 2008

First Giveaway

I've been busy over the past few days, trying to clean up and organize my sewing room. I'm beginning to realize that I just don't have the space to store all the patterns and magazines that I've collected over the years. So, if any of my blog readers are interested, I'm going to have my first giveaway. Just leave a comment on this post, suggesting a name for the pixie quilt in the previous post, between now and next Saturday, July 5, and I'll have my assistant (DH) draw the lucky winner. Here's what's up for grabs this week.
A set of 9 patterns from the Old World Santa Mystery Quilt designed by Curtis Boehringer.


These were the first nine patterns in the series of twelve, and the shop that was offering it as a Block of the Month ended it early because of a delay in the release of the remaining three patterns. Here is a photo of the quilt I made using these patterns. Because the series wasn't finished I didn't know how it was meant to be assembled so I added a few of my own touches

and created this quilt. I think some people made wall hangings from their blocks.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
Chat with you later.

7 comments:

Sue Cahill said...

The name that comes to my mind is "Pixie Frolic", the quilt looks so playful.

Whatever you decide to name it, it is a lovely quilt.

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

Susan said...

Pixies Au Grautin

Jess said...

I'm a fellow applique lover and admire your work. It is quite stunning with all the details you put into your quilts. My suggestion for your pixie quilt is "Nature's Enchantment".

Vicki said...

How lovely!! I am thinking that Playful Pixie's were my first thought but then I like Perfectly Pixie may be considered for your quilt's name.
Vicki

playa@sympatico.ca said...

How very nice....Bluebells and Pixies would be my vote...the flowers look like bluebells.

rachel said...

Pixies at play is the best I can do,it's simple and to the point. Gosh, I love your quilts. I have tried to do quilts but I am so terrible they never are good enough to finish. Wish I had more talent.

Solstitches said...

This quilt is just adorable!
My suggestion is Woodland Fantasy.

Margaret

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