Friday, January 18, 2013

January Giveaway !

One of my students told me that whenever she buys batiks, she cuts off a 2 1/2"strip and puts it away - making her own "jelly rolls." Well, I thought that was a great idea, so I set out to work on what I had. For the past week, I have been washing all my batiks and cutting TWO 2 1/2" strips....
one for me and one for one of you :)

After everything was washed, cut, and put away, I set out to organize all the strips into color groups.
This is a set of 26 strips- mostly pastels. The ones that aren't seemed to work nicely in the group.

I'm sure you want to know what hoop you have to jump through in order to get this.
I'll make it really simple.

First, tell me that you're a follower of my blog. That will make me happy.
Then, in your comment, post a link to one of your favorite blogs and tell me why you love it so much.
This does not have to be a quilt/sewing/stitching blog.....this can be any kind of blog.
I just want to know why it's your favorite....then I'm going to go visit it!

I'll be randomly choosing a winner on next Friday, January 25th.
Good Luck to all!


Rebeckah Austin said...

I follow!

She has such cute patterns!

Emma said...

I just found your blog last night and started following you straight away! Here's a fabric/quilty blog I love:

Marjolein said...

I already was a follower of your blog.
My favorite blog is
I simply love Allies work.

NinaMe said...

Hi, yes, I'm following!
It is a great idea to ask about our favorite sites.
Mine is
It inspires and gives me a good example.

Cindy Falteich said...

Oh, I'm a reader! And another of my favorite blogs is here:



Masha Novoselova said...

great idea! :)
so I'd love to be in too!
I love a lot of blogs, but one of them is Jenny's blog
I love what she makes!
and, I'm your follower :) forever :)

Grace said...

I've been enjoying your blog, even if I rarely comment!
I don't follow many blogs, but one that usually puts a smile on my face is
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee writes about knitting and parenting and life in general, often with great humour (she's Canadian).