Thursday, 31 January 2019

Peacock Party - and the winners

Thank you to everyone who entered my giveaway.  It was lovely to hear from so many of you, and surprising to hear about your favourite fabric designers.

I haven't counted up the responses, but if I did, I suspect that Alison Glass might be the most popular fabric designer!  I'm slightly surprised by that, but can understand why people who love her fabrics might be reading my blog.  Alison designs with bright colours and I do use a lot of bright colours myself.

a table runner I made with Alison Glass's fabrics


On to the winners:

1. Aurifil 12wt goes to Patricia of Amity Quilting in USA.


2. Aurifil 28wt goes to Turid of Den syende himmel from Norway.  



3. Quilts with an Angle by Sheila Christensen goes to Barb Neiwert of Mountain Quiltworks in USA.




4. The Kiwiana tea towels go to Frances of Fabadashery in UK. 




Congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to the sponsors - Aurifil and Sheila Christensen.


Now it's time for the Peacock Party.  I haven't got a lot to show this week because I've been busy working this week.  I did manage to finish up five little Mill Hill beaded kits that I started after Christmas Day.  I glue felt on the back to hide all the tails.  They will go in the cupboard until Christmas rolls round again.



Now it's your turn.  Feel free to link up a recent blog post and let us all know what you've been up to.




Inlinkz Link Party

8 comments:

tubakk said...

Thank you so much Wendy. Perfect for me to win Aurifil Thread, because I love it, and live in a place where I can't buy it.Congratulations to all the other winners too.

Quilting Babcia said...

What a lovely surprise, thank you so very much Wendy!

Barb Neiwert said...

Your ornaments are delightful! So much work involved in those - and a nice treat for next Christmas! I'm so happy about the win - looking forward to reading Sheila's new book!

Julierose said...

Congrats to all the winners--;))
Love those little Mill Hill beaded kits...I've always wanted to try my hand on those--are they difficult? hugs, Julierose

Genevieve Gerrard said...

Well done to the winners! Alison Glass is probably my second favourite designer.

JanineMarie said...

Come next Christmas, it will be so fun for you to find those ornaments in your cupboard—almost like opening a present!

FlourishingPalms said...

Yay Wendy, for hosting such a great giveaway! And thanks for pointing people to my giveaway too! I think maybe AmityQuilter (Quilting Babcia) may have visited your blog from mine, as she and I have been following each others' blogs for a long time. So happy she won! What nice prizes you gave away. Sure understand about being busy and not having much to show for recent making. Me too!

Design Originals by KC said...

Congrats to all your winners... I love your link up Peacock Party too... I like Allison Glass fabrics too... but I think Alexander Henry is a fave too... both are edgy for sure.
I love your little beaded houses... very unique and fun looking.. felt on the back is a great idea to hide the work area too <3
Kathi