Thursday, December 24, 2009

Giveaway winners and a Christmas tablerunner

Merry Christmas!!!
I finished a project for me! During the drive to South Carolina I sewed the binding on this tabletopper. 

 I started it over a year ago with Sandy Gervais fabric Holly Jolly.  I thought I would have it finished LAST year but that didn't happen. I finally gave in and took it to my local machine quilter and for a moderate fee...he did an overall snowflake for me. I appreciate his talent so much and happy he had the time to quilt this one for me.  I also like to support the local area.  That being said I do have another SUPER awesome quilter in CT...(psst you know who you are) and she helps me out with my SUPER secret quilts LOL.
Anyhow, back to business....for those of you that read my post last week you know that I was giving away 2 sets of e-patterns from
I used a random number generator and the winners are:

Congratulations to the winners. I will forward your emails to and you will have your patterns sent via email!!


Sherri said...

Congrats to the winners and on the super cute table runner! Merry Christmas!

Unknown said...

That table topper is adorable. Bette late than never! At least it's now on the finished pile.

Miriam said...

Merry Christmas Vickie1

I love your Christmas tablerunner!

Kim said...

Your table topper is beautiful!
Merry Christmas.

Unknown said...

Your little topper is just great! Thanks for the Kudos! Did you get the latest super secret project back yet?? By the way, I love working on your projects, they are fun, just like you! Vickie, I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas!




KyQuiltlady said...

Very pretty table runner.

Unknown said...

Congrats to the winners.
Lovely table runner

Wishing you a Merry Christmas a very Happy New Year

Unknown said...

Congratz to the winnders! Merry Christmas! Such gorgeous photos and lovely gifts! I hope it was bright and merry for you and yours. Love to you!


Blanket America said...

This you finished at last with a little help of course and helping also someone out with a little business during this holiday season isn't it?