Oh dear. I have fallen asleep with the computer on my lap. It's been on my lap most of the day and eve while I read each and every give away post. My expectations were to meet a few creative types, or so I thought. By 10:30 pm Eastern Standard Time I read 261 posted comments plus 25 from the day when I posted about the upcoming giveaway, and another 67 comments that couldn't be posted. Lets see, thats 353. Unfortunately, I had to stop at 10:30 and made sure I read every entry that was sent up to the deadline.
SewMamaSew sure put on an incredible Give Away, didn't they? I thought I'd meet a few new creative types. Instead I met hundreds of passionately creative people with so many great ideas. I oohhhed and aahhhed as I read each one. Thank you all for the kind comments and alas I have chosen a winner. Emma sent an actual image of what she would do with the Flights of Fancy fabric. Emma, let me know where to send your goodies! Enjoy!
Congratulations to the winner!!!ReplyDelete
How beautiful and creative -- and not to mention clever to include a visual! Well chosen. Congrats to Emma!ReplyDelete
And I didn't even enter -- planned to "think about it" first, then forgot. :( Just one less to read!
Wow, thank you Paula, I'm thrilled to bits! I have emailed you through your profile - watch for an obscure email address (eho16677@...), though I've named the email so it should be clear what it is.ReplyDelete
Wow...what a great idea...did she use the Moda Fabricmatcher???ReplyDelete
I have gone over to Emma's blog to ask her how she made the quilt image. she did post about it, but I asked her to go into greater detail. She is in Australia...maybe she's asleep?ReplyDelete
Anyway, go check her out http://sampaguitaquilts.blogspot.com/
What fantastic fabric. Sorry that I didn't win but it looks like the right person did. I hope that she shows us the finished quilt. Now excuse me, I have to go check oout your shop.ReplyDelete
Now my "must have" list is growing... 1) order flights of fancy 2) learn how to use EQ software (perhaps Emma will provide some hints!)ReplyDelete
Thanks for a great giveaway and loved your follow up post.
Congrats to the winner. Your fabric is gorgeous and it looks like it's going to be turned into a wonderful quilt!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I used EQ (Electric Quilt design software) to design the quilt. It has a range of quilt layouts, blocks and fabrics, but you can also import and create your own. I used blocks from the software, 'borrowed' scans of the fabric to import, then played with the layout and fabric placement until I had something I was happy with. I've had no training with the software; just the book it came with and plenty of practice - I'm still learning.ReplyDelete
And I will certainly post a link here when I've made the quilt!
So lucky Emma! She'll sew a masterpeice Paula!!ReplyDelete
neat quilt!! You'll have to point us towards the finished product! Congrats Emma!ReplyDelete
People are amazing aren't they. Congrats Emma. Paula, your stuff looks amazing and thank you for all of your support and encouragement. You are pretty darn amazing yourself : )ReplyDelete
thanks so much for dropping by my blog. i just discovered your fabric at j caroline. fabulous! not sure how i missed it before. sometimes there is simply not enough time in the day.
oh that is lovely. . . so brautiful.ReplyDelete
Congratulations to the winner!! It looks like she has a wonderful idea for the fabrics.ReplyDelete
Just stopped by to say Merry Christmas to you!!! and your family:)ReplyDelete