I'm so sorry for the delay in selecting a winner!
Unlike Peanut and Leia, I haven't been resting and relaxing, but rather life has been crazy busy!
But there will be more about that in my next post.
I had 56 entries in my giveaway and it sounds like most of you are like me and would really like to try English Paper Piecing. Using random.org, the winning number was #35 - Lee Anne!
Congratulations Lee Anne!
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Thank you all for participating.
Between the lovely trip to Yellow Creek Quilt Designs
and following Mrs. Holder's Hexagons on Temecula Quilt Company,
I was anxious to try my hand at those teeny 1/2 inch hexagons...
So I pulled out a mini charm pack of "Union Blues" by Barbara Brackman and got started.
(I thought I should test the waters before delving into my beautiful "Stars in the Garden" kit!)
My first little flower turned out ok and I found it fun!
So I added a ring, like Mrs. Holder.
So far so good! Let's try another...
Oh, I am liking this!
Then all too soon, my mini charm pack was all used up.
Hmmm, how should I finish it off?
With a bit of brown and blue tweed wool, of course!
Is it wrong, that I move it around the house so that I could admire it? ;)
I added a perle cotton blanket stitch around the edge and called it done.
I was so pleased!
I immediately pulled out the "Stars in a Garden" pattern and read all the directions...
Off I go!
And in no time, my first start is done!
On to the next! Oh my... this is addictive!
Hold on wool applique and counted cross stitch, I haven't forgotten about you...
More about those projects in my next post.
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