Sunday, May 17, 2015

May for Me Giveaway!

It's another May for Me Giveaway!

There will be 3 May for Me Winners!

All of the winners will receive My "Upcycle your Hankie PDF Pattern"
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Here are a few photos of Mug Rugs I made using this pattern. 

It is a full color photo PDF pattern.












They are fun and easy to make!

Two chances to win:

#1 Please leave a comment to enter the Giveaway and tell me if you have some hankies that your would like to upcycle.

#2 If you share the Giveaway somewhere... like twitter, facebook, instagram or Pinterest!  Thanks!  --- Please leave a comment for a second chance to win and tell me where you shared the May for Me Giveaway!

This May for Me Giveaway closes at Midnight CST on Sunday May 25th and will be announced on Monday night May 25th.

Enjoying May, One day at a time!

Marcia

Two Winners of the May for Me Giveaway!

There are 2 winners of the May for Me Giveaway!

But I would have to say we are all winners, if we are finding time to take a few minutes for ourselves!


Anita in Florida said...
Love those colors, the topper is just adorable! I always say blue is my favorite color....but hardly have any in my stash!!! Turquoise yes.and greens, but not many blues!!


Blogger Peggy said...
What a beautiful quilt. Would love to win the quilt kit. My favorite color is teal.
Thanks,
Peggy

Anita wins the Summer Tomatoes Pattern and Kit



and 

Peggy wins the PDF Summer Tomatoes Pattern
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I have contacted the winners by email!

Thanks everyone for participating in the May for Me Celebration and Giveaways!

Enjoy your day!

Marcia

Thursday, May 14, 2015

My Quilting Job is Never Boring!

My friend and customer, Thankful, had to have surgery a couple weeks ago and now has her arm in a cast.  She called me last week and asked for a "quilting date for her cast"!

Of course, I said YES - I can fit you in!



Her granddaughters decoupaged the fabric on to the cast last night.  She bought some paint markers in gold, silver, and white and came to my house for her quilting date.  We sat at the kitchen table and kept trading places as I added the stitching with the markers.





I started "stitching" with the markers....







I added all her granddaughter's names as they made the quilt --- I just quilted it!




I took an Ussie or a Selfie, but at this point Thankful's arm was under my arm, as I was drawing on the stitches on the underpart of the cast.
















The gold, silver, and white made for a nice combination for the quilting.




As I said,  "My Quilting Job is never boring!"

Enjoy May with my friends!

Marcia