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I’m not lost….and another Giveaway!

I’m not lost….Gracie and I are guest blogging over at Stash Manicure.
Rug
If you want to see how to make this rug…or some other nifty, scrap busting projects, head on over and check it out.

I am also giving away the trivet I made….

Trivet-bad

You can win it by commenting on THIS blog by answering the following question…..
What would you like to see on my blog?

Check back on Friday and the wonderful random number generator will pick a number.

44 thoughts on “I’m not lost….and another Giveaway!”

  1. I LOVE the idea!!! I am using an old plastic card from xmas as a coster since December – I think I will have to pick up some cloths line at Wal-Mart this week. (just what I need ANOTHER

  2. I LOVE the idea!!! I am using an old plastic card from xmas as a coster since December ā€“ I think I will have to pick up some cloths line at Wal-Mart this week. (just what I need ANOTHER project! LOL) sorry about the previous posts – fat fingers!!

    Oh, and I would love to win the trivit. Thanks Jo!

  3. I love everything you post! I feel that I learn from all the blogs I read and love the variety of topics that are covered. I’d say, Just continue to post as you have been, and I’ll be happy!

  4. I love these wrapped rope things! I’m going to get that book ASAP! Thanks for the chance to win the trivet! I just found your blog but in general I like tutorials and inspiring photos. Things that make me want to create something! :0)

  5. Love it! Now where is that clothesline I had? YIKES! Better not have any more UFO’s lurking…
    Thanks for a chance to win!

  6. More quick and fun projects like this one. Love it!!! Oh and of course, always enjoy tutorials! Thanks for the giveaway.

    Sue K

  7. I absolutely love your blog and you are doing all the right things.
    Gift items for my sewing friends would be a great thing.

  8. Love your clothesline sewing. I’ve been wanting to try this for a long time. I’m leaving on vacation but that’s going on the top of my list when I get home. I’ve always wondered, what angle do you put the strips as you wrap them around – 45 degrees – or do you just kind of see what works as you go?
    Thanks for sharing!

  9. Judi in Mississippi

    I LOVE your website just the way it is…such a happy mix of quilting, handwork,recipes and “homey” news….the trivet is fabulous and that rug, oh my….you are a very talented gal…..lucky us !!!

  10. Jo-your blog is wonderful! I read it every day. Your tutorials are great and Gracie is just the sweetest thing. Can’t think of anything that you need to add to your blog.

  11. I just found your blog today and I think it is great. I would like to follow it with my other sites I follow but I don’t see a google “become a follower” sidebar. I am so excited you talked about that book It’s A Wrap because I bought it recently and got sidetracked and haven’t gotten back to it. I definitely will now! Thanks for the opportunity to win your cute trivet. I guess I would like to see more book reviews with projects you have done from it. You do a great job at that.

  12. I am so happy I discovered your blog a while back. I love everything you post! I’d love to see more remodel photos. I love keeping up with the goings on of my friends in Blogland.

  13. I just found your blog by way of Stash Manicure and really like everything I have seen so far. I am building up a big pile of scraps so maybe you could put on more ideas on how to use them up like you did with the wrapped clotheslines. I am going to try that one real soon but in the meantime would still like to win the Trivet. I will check back often now and put you on my blog roll.

  14. I love reading your blog just as it is. I’m always on the lookout for easy, fast things to use the stash, and these clothesline projects look fun! Thanks for posting, and for the chance to win the gorgeous trivet!

  15. Wow! I never thought of doing this to use up lots of fabric scraps. I am going to try it with some old clothing first; what a good way to recycle. Thanks for the great idea.

  16. Apparently instead of cord laddered tights can be used…I am still collecting tights to try this technique.
    Keep up the good work.

  17. Oh this is so hard! I love looking at your blog and seeing what your doing and your AMAZING projects!! I think if anything is more tutorials of what your doing. I learn most by tutorials so some of your things would be nice to learn!

  18. I found you via Stash Manicure…your blog is just fine as it is…thanks for the great idea…will keep an eye out for the book at the local library….love tutorials and handy hints…now i have to go and get some clothesline…have some hidding somewhere…LindaB

  19. Love what you’ve done with your scraps. I am definately going to try this one. I’m visiting from Stash Manicure and love your blog. Thanks

  20. The trivet is adorable! I saw this in action about 2 years ago and loved the idea, but it got put on the back burner since I didn’t buy the book at that time. Now you’ve got me raring to try it again! My MIL loves the idea as well – maybe we’ll start it together, and thanks for the hints of sewing the rope together!

  21. Love reading your blog – and the variety of topics/projects you provide. If I was to suggest something, it would be small easy gifts to make for gift giving. Thanks for the opportunity to win!!! Judy C in NC

  22. I love your blog Jo, I follow it everyday. I enjoy the recipes and remodel, all your sewing talents. The whole picture is what I enjoy ’cause we’re all more than just our sewing machine. Now, having said that……Your tutorials are great, Do you have any on your special tricks or tips, for cutting, piecing, like you did with the glue stick for your trivet. Maybe some tips on long-arm quilting. That would be my request. I need to get that book. I see a rug in my future, and maybe some coasters. Thanks for the opporunity to win.

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