And the winner is: Jenny of Cut.Sew.Iron.Repeat! She said:
yes, these fabrics are amazingly gorgeous, thanks for a chance...im planning lots of quilts this year...next up is some charity quilts...hope to do a boy quilt and girl quilt! would love to use these fabrics!
Congratulations, Jenny! I'd love to see the finished products, and I know Peg & Becca at Sew Fresh Fabrics would love that as well. Thanks you all for entering, this has been a great way to kick off the new year!
In other news, I've had quilts on the brain. Lots of them. So much so that I'm dreaming about them. I feel like it's been a while since I've done a quilt, but in reality it's only been a few weeks - I guess it just feels like longer with the holidays and all. I've been thinking about a quilt-along...
Let me back up here. I've got two sets of twins to make quilts for. One set was just born a few weeks ago, and the other is due next month. The just-born twins are up first to receive quilts from me. Needless to say, I've got to get moving here. I've been sketching for a month now, and I think I'm finally ready to stop sketching and start cutting into these gorgeous stacks of fabric...
Now that I've finally decided on a quilt design, I was thinking that since I need to make two of these, I could turn it into a quilt-along, if anyone is interested in joining me. It sure would be a lot more fun to stitch with all of you! Let me know what you think! This quilt will finish out at approximately 54" x 58" and will require 10-12 printed (and/or solid, you choose) fat quarters or a layer cake and a so-far-undetermined-yardage of a solid for sashing. Any takers? :) Here's a sneak peek at the super easy, sliced coin quilt layout.