I usually try to remember to give credit to the makers of the patterns that I use, but yesterday I dropped the crystal ball and didn't add them to every block I made. ("SORRY" to those designers who truly deserve recognition.) Some of the blocks were from my fractured and insane little pea brain, but these blocks (in full or partial form) came from patterns (purchased or free) so here's the links or the who-made-them info:
I went back to Quilted Works ...twice in one day was very fun...and got another of these amazing little seam rippers as a giveaway. The rubber end grabs up those stray threads that we all hate to pick out.
You don't have to be a follower, you don't have to tell me your favorite thing to use a seam ripper on, but you do have to leave me a comment. The staff at Quilted Works are so nice and they have an online store, too--check them out by clicking HERE.
This giveaway ends has ended on October 20th, at 6 p.m. PST.
THERE'S ALWAYS RULES:
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Make sure I can contact you if you're a noreply blogger. Typing out your email address like this helps avoid spammers: iblog at aol dot com. If I can't contact you, you can't win.
Only ONE entry per person
I'll mail it anywhere.
Entries after 6 p.m. PST on October 20th will not be included in the giveaway.
I won some fabric from Debby Kratovil Quilts and a $25 gift certificate from Quilted Works. Such a lucky week for me! Maybe I should visit a casino and see if my luck holds out. Nah...I'm smart enough to know that it isn't the lucky people's money that builds those beautiful gambling places and that me winning anything is a rare event.
I used the Quilted Works certificate to buy a little more Halloween fabric
Check out my giveaway HERE and don't forget you will get an extra bonus entry if you find that other slice of fabric pie that will be showing up on one of the posts in this hop. It's not a whole pie and it's not a real slice of pie...it will be just a slice and will be made of fabric.