Yes. It was supposed to be this morning wasn't it? I just realized that the 10:00 that I was supposed to post my giveaway results was 10:00 AM THIS MORNING NOT TONITE!! What was I thinking exactly? Who posts at 10:00 pm on a Saturday night????
I do I guess :-)!
So for those of you who have patiently been checking here all day to see if you won, so sorry. Here are the winners of the MODA CANDY BLOG TOUR:
Winner of the book:
On September 9th at 5:13 am Dianne said:
Winner of the TAPESTRY Layer Cake:
On September 14th at 12:02 pm, Giner said
Dear Joanna, all your patterns are my favorites! How to choose the favorite? I have 4 of your patterns and enjoy them time again over since I am a quilter and a garnent sewer - the diversity of your talent and your gift of coloring is one I am happy you have successfully shared with the textile world professionals and hobbyists. Your Cream Solid fabric is my favoriate and the most versatile fabric and I will say the one I use to stand out any pattern/fabric I use for any project.
Four winners of the MODA CANDY TAPESTRY packs [4 packs for each person] to make all the lovely patterns you have been collecting:
On September 13 at 12:49 pm, Vickie said:
I LOVE all of your patterns...a huge fan! My favorites are the Vintage Postcards and Vintage Stamps...I have them all! I have collected your fabrics for years! Thanks for sharing your love of quilting.
On Septermber 11 at 3:27 pm, Amorette said:
i love the slipper cuties pattern- i would love to see the boy version, because i cannot find slippers for my toddler son! also love stanley- and i had no idea there were animal patterns here, so thank you!
On Septermber 10 at 5:51 pm, Mary Ann said:
I love all of your patterns, but if I am one of the lucky winners I would choose Jelly Rose. Thanks.
On September 14 at 8:26 am , Marcyne said:
My favorite is the Dancing Dollies Sampler Quilt pattern (which I pieced from your kit, had it custom quilted and it turned out beautiful!) and for kids, I love the Polka Dots and Summer Dress.
If you are one of the lucky winners above, send us an email with your mailing address and the free pattern you would like to receive if it is different than the one you posted about and we will send your goodies right out to you.
Congrats everybody. It has been really, really fun to read all of your comments!
Too see some fun things to do with all of the blocks you have collected, head on over HERE to see!
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SEWN HATS BLOG TOUR
For those of you who are still reading and haven't wandered off to see what other prizes you might have won or have something better to do on a Saturday night :-), we have another BLOG TOUR for you.
I know, its insanity really.
... a few of the pages of my hat contribution
The wonderful folks at WILEY PUBLISHING [the fantabulous publishers of my latest book], have just released a creative and versatile book full of 35 of the best hat patterns I have seen in a while. Titled SEWN HATS, the book covers a wide array of styles, sizes and fashions and is edited by Carla Hegeman Crim, the amazing force behind the Scientific Seamstress. She is, well, amazing!
A lot of times these compilation kinds of volumes feel kind of random to me, not sure how we all "go together". But this time around it was like sewing with a bunch of friends. As soon as I knew who some of the contributors were, I knew we were in for a great treat of a book! Sewing with great friends and colleagues like Patty, Kaari, Jennifer, Bari and so many more [see below for the full list that have already posted and those that are still to come] has been a pleasure! Nice job everyone... a little pat on the back for all of us I think.
When I started thinking about what kind of a hat pattern I wanted to contribute as my little part, I was a little bit stumped. I have a feeling the hat deadline came somewhere in the middle of my crazy book deadlines and my brain was... well, you know, it was somewhere alright!
Carla quickly came to the rescue. We brainstormed an updated version of my favorite, Amelia & Me Hat and we were on our way. We knew we wanted it to be similar but different! I absolutely love the outcome!
To see many of the other wonderful hat contributions, be sure to look through everyone's posts, both those already done and those to come.
To enter to win a copy of the book, comment below and let us know what kind of hat you would most likely make. We will announce a winner by Wednesday the 19th.