It is hard to believe I have made 400 posts on FabricMom already. Where has the time gone? In honor of this achievement I am having a giveaway. Up for grabs is a mini quilt made by me using the depression block. It is about 12 1/2 inches square. A pincushion made by me and 15 four inch 100% cotton fabric charms in pastel colors.
To enter leave me a comment on this post. You can also blog about my giveaway on your site for an extra entry. Make sure you leave a separate post for this. And one more way is to tweet about my giveaway. So you can have 3 entries. Happy sewing and good luck.
I will draw a name on September 2nd. That is two weeks from today.
I received, in my opinion, the cutest pincushion ever in the mail yesterday. Every time I look at it I get a huge silly grin. I need get a littel bird or squirrel button to go with it. The log house is the pincushion and so are the polka dotted mushrooms. A lot of effort and time went into this. Thank you so much Connie. I hope you are reading this. It is just fantastic.
and the winner is…….DEE. Congratulations. I have sent you an email. Here is a picture of what she won.
Andrew isn’t feeling well. He has a fever off and on starting yesterday. He has a lose cough and is very cranky. Not to mention that he has two mollars coming in at the same time. I am getting ready to call the doctor.
If you would like a chance to win the picncushion:
Just leave me a comment on this post. I will be drawing a name on the 15th.
I made this pincushion yesterday. The front has a bird button and the back has a regular button. It measures about 3 inches square.
If you would like to win leave me a comment on this post. To be entered twice blog about the give away on your site and have a link to this give away.Make sure you leave me your email address if you don’t have a site for me to contact you on. I will draw a name on the 15th.
This is just a way to say thank you to all my bloggy readers. Happy Sewing and have a blessed day.
Today while Andrew was sleeping I made a few pincushions. Four of them are for swaps. The other two i am going to list on my Etsy site.
This is the front.
This is the back.
Here is Andrew getting a little shut eye while snacking.
Today while Andrew was a sleep I made these pincushions. The cup on the far right is an Easter cup from Avon dated 1983. I am going to sell these on my Etsy store. Hopefully I will get them on later.
I thought I would share some ornaments that I have received. I was in a cupcake ornament swap and received this cutie.
We received a package from Tim’s parents. His mom made two adorable ornaments. We love them.
I made this cupcake pincushion. I am going to make a few more and give them away as Christmas presents.
It measures 3 inches high and 2 inches wide. I found a place to buy the little ceramic dishes for 95 cent a pack. 2 come in a pack. You can’t get much better than that.
Last night we went to Tim’s bosses house for a Christmas party. It was fun. Her house is huge. It is right on the river. It was very foggy last night. We went out on the dock and it was kind of spooky. The fog was very thick.
I made this for a swap. I found the bowl at a thrift store for next to nothing. I thought I would make a cute pincushion.
I have been wanting to make a pincushion out of the baby food jars for some time. I just haven’t had a few minutes to do it. Andrew, God, love him, doesn’t want to be one inch away from me. I know, I should enjoy it now. He is growing up so quick.
He has taken quite a nap today, so I took advantage of it. I made a pincushion storage container , a cup cake ornament, and a mini cup cake ornament.
It was a lot easier than I thought it would be. Thankfully. I am thinking about putting instructions on my site for them. I decided to make a sleeve for mine. I have seen them with out one so that you can see through them. The cap comes off and will be perfect for storing bobbins and such.
The second picture is a little blurry. I used a plastic lid from my quilt basting spray for the bottom. I then used a plate to make my circle for the top. I sewed it like making a yo-yo. Stuffed it, then hot glued it on the top. I want to make more of these. However I am going to have to find something else for the bottom. Can’t be taking the plastic lids off everything. LOL.
I used a lid from an empty 2 liter diet coke bottle for this one. Isn’t it adorable.
Here is all of them together. It gives you a better idea of how big they are.