Thursday, October 17, 2013

Poinsettias, Spiders and a Winner!

Mr. Random Generator has done his thing, and #13 is the lucky winner today!  I'm happy to announce the winner of Quilting A Circle of Nine:  Laurette, who said, "Congratulations my friend. I would love a copy of your book."

Thank you to all who entered.  If you didn't win, I'd certainly recommend getting a copy of this book. The Circle of Nine concept can be applied over and over during your quilting career and is a valuable asset.

And for a little eye candy, here is a photo of a simple Christmas table runner I made up for my Etsy shop.  I found this wonderful fabric and quilted it with a poinsettia design. The back almost looks better than the front!!


And here's the backside.

 
 And, just to see who is reading through to the end, here is a photo of a little guy (well, he didn't seem so little when he was peering in the window at me) who decided to drop by for a visit this weekend.  My husband thought he was a Black Widow, but couldn't get close enough to tell before the spider met his untimely death.  Regardless, we're getting the house sprayed for spiders next week. 



Quilt with a smile,
Barb

7 comments:

  1. The quilting is fantastic! Love it.

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  2. Congratulations to Laurette on her win, and I lvoe the quilt, not the spider.

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  3. WOOHOO. Lucky number 13! Your creepy spider is similar to my creepy spider. My spider was HAIRY, SCARY, and totally unexpected hanging out on the 7th floor window. I LOVE your pointsettia tablerunner. Beautiful job.

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  4. I don't blame you! I would want my house sprayed for spiders too! Lovely quilting!

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  5. Congrats to Laurette!! Hey just think of the spider as a Halloween decoration! :)

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  6. Thank you for the beautiful book. I can see a lot of projects coming from it. Laurette

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