Giveaway Winners….

We have LOTS and LOTS of winners today….

The winner of “Lizzie’s Legacy” by Betsy Chutchian is Dee who said, “I LOVE CIVIL WAR FABRICS AND BOOKS – Actually have her first book – I too love the journal entries.  I have tried to journal, but seem to never keep up with it.  You do a great job though journaling on your blog.”

The winner of English Paper Piecing:  Fresh new Quilts from Bloom Creek” by Vicki Bellino donated by Martingale and Company is…Louise who said, “I LOVE paper piecing and have considered buying the book several times.  It has SO many great projects.  But, I’m trying to be reasonable and finish some projects before tempting myself to start another one (or two or ten).”

The winner of Hand Quilted With Love by Sarah Fielke from Cico Books is….Christine who said, “I’m a BIG Sarah Fielke fan, hand quilting not so much.  My quilts are generally machine quilted, with 8 kids still at home I like the durability”

 

The winners of the  The Gypsy Quilter’s useful Pin Pal are…
Beth who said, “I have only 1 pincushion.  My mother made it for me years ago.”

and Kristi G who said, “I only have one pin cushion!”

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The winner of Stella Lighting’s Stella Light is…Jocelyn who said, “Your blog is listed on my sidebar and is updated when you post something new.  Thanks for a great giveaway!”


Thanks everyone for playing along.  We love reading all you comments and learning more about all of you.  If you are looking for giveaway, we still have one more going on.  There is a $100 Visa Gift Card going on here along with information on LG ovens.

7 thoughts on “Giveaway Winners….

  1. Pat C in Washingon

    Congratulations, winners! Thanks for your recipes, I enjoy “sampling” other peoples’ recipes by reading them. My cousins did a family cookbook one time, and one of my favorite recipes was from Auntie Esther and it was her fried chicken recipe: “Step One: cut up a chicken the way your mother taught you.” Very helpful. Another of her recipes came to be known as “Fat Ass Mashed Potatoes” because the secret to her tasty mashed potatoes involved a stick of butter and a pint of whipping cream. Yes, indeed.

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  2. Dee

    Thank you ever so much for the book, and for your daily “journaling”. Love reading you with my cuppa in the a.m.

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  3. Diane C

    I have never made a quilt with Batiks but I did try Patchwork Placemats with 2.5 squares of Batiks that I cut out of fat quarters. I thought they came out pretty nice. Thanks for the give-a-way.

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