Monday, 25 July 2016

Giveaway Mondays - Oakshott Fabrics

This week's giveaway comes to you from Oakshott Fabrics who are giving away three metres of any Colourshott 'background' fabric from the selection shown.  Retail value £65.85​.​  Tightly woven using only the finest threads and dyes, the colourshotts are all beautiful rich colours.  Bolt widths are a generous 54" - almost 25% wider than 'standard'.


And for a great example of how to use these beautiful shot cottons in the background to a quilt, this is the Variegated Threads Quilt designed by Krista Hennebury for Simply Moderne Issue 5.


For an chance to win this wonderful giveaway, just let me know the name of your favourite quilting blog or magazine!

And the winner of last week's giveaway of this wonderful bundle of florals from Sew Me A Song has been chosen by random number generator and is Dody!

 

Monday, 18 July 2016

Giveaway Mondays - Sew Me A Song

This week's giveaway comes from Sew Me A Song who are giving away this sixteen FQ bundle of
gorgeous florals in cotton lawn from the Yuwa Lawn 60 Live Life Collection by Yuwa of Japan.


To be in with a chance of winning this gorgeous bundle:

1.   Leave a comment, any comment.
2.   Follow Sew Me A Song on Instagram @sewmeasong.
3.   One extra comment per share on social media.  

And the winner of last week's giveaway from Fat Quarter Shop of a Fat Quarter Shop $50 Gift Certificate was chosen by random number generator and is Carol G.

 


Monday, 11 July 2016

Giveaway Mondays - Fat Quarter Shop

Today's giveaway comes from Fat Quarter Shop who will be giving one lucky commenter a Fat Quarter Shop $50 Gift Certificate.  


To be in with a chance of winning:

1.   Leave a comment, any comment. 
2.   Follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram @fatquartershop and let me know that you have. 
3.   Share the giveaway on social media - one comment per share.  

Monday, 4 July 2016

Summer Sampler

This week is my first block in this year's #summersampler2016.  Click here to link through and buy the Summer Sampler if you're interested in joining in - you can catch up at any time.  My first block is called Deck Of cards and involves foundation paper pieced half square triangles with the block then being turned on point and setting triangles added to square it up.


As with any block, changing the placement of the colours within the block produces a whole variety of the same block and I've used the same four colours differently within the block layout in the image below to show a few options you could play around with.