Saturday, February 12, 2011

Giveaway ends soon....

.....my giveaway is ending Monday February 14

Valentine's Day

tablerunner close up

Four easy steps to WIN.  Here they are again....

I have received a number of comments on both blogs that had a no-reply email. 
I must have a way to contact you...or I will draw another name.

The no-reply emails do make me sad..... :o(

I would like to thank everyone for your comments...
loved reading every one of them.....
you made me smile and I had a few chuckles :o)...

I had a few direct questions that some asked and I will email you direct....soon, I promise.

A number of you mentioned you were going to try the 3/8" seam allowance 
to stitch your binding to your quilt.
Just remember......
 ....if the outside edge of your quilt does not allow for the wider seam allowance
because of stars or triangle points being chopped off
you would have to use the 1/4" as usual.
The 3/8" seam allowance works best with quilts that have a
......plain border...a piano key border...watch for points.


....my first mug rug

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9 comments:

Shannon said...

Oh my gosh, how wonderful! I love that mug rug. The stitchery is so cute!!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

So cute! I've made two mug rugs myself, but gave them away to my BFF....grin.

Crispy said...

I LOVE your mug rug!! It's so dang cute!!

Crispy

Mama Spark said...

Good binding tip! Adorable mug rug. Can't wait to sew with you on Friday!!

Marj said...

Love the little bear peeking out from under the quilt.

Stampmouse said...

cute mug and rug matchup

Madame Samm said...

well you know how much I love your stitchery, and your place mat...*( no runner) excuse me lol and your colors for everything . Yep I love it all

Deb said...

Where do you get the pattern for the mug rugs? Yours is ADORABLE!

Paula said...

I was very impressed with these instructions and saved the blog post as unread until I had a chance to try them. I am happy to report that this will be my newest way of binding. I especially like the technique for joining the ends of the binding strips. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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