Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Looking for Reviewers and Winners

Would you like to have a play with some of our fun fabric (and more)? Up for review this week we have the Sew Easy As 123 Panels. You can just cut them out and applique them on.

It comes with two animal panels and two alphabet panels.

What would you make? So many possibilities for Christmas gifts!

To enter the competition all you have to do is tell us what you would make with it. We ask that the winner posts the making of their project on their blog and let us add your finished project to our blog.

Plus we have winners from our last two competitions - Rose from the Jinny Beyer Giveaway and Fiona from the authentic giveaway. Just click on the logo and send me your snail mail address using the contact us form at the shop.


Wendy B said...

I think I would make a name plate for a child's door....wouldn't that be fun???....perhaps velcro animals and letters so they can learn their name??? and change animals to please! Good ideas, but will it work?? lol
'o) Wendy B

Frou said...

Oh.. love the alphabets... not clear what size they are, but my immediate thought was to make a softie books - an ABC one, and an animal one.

Anonymous said...

I have always wanted to make a jungle boogy quilt for Andrew who loves the Jungle Book but have struggled trying to make patterns for the different animals that aren't too fidly the aplique animals would not only look great but make my life a lot easier and the quilt would come to life much sooner. Alphabet quilts are also great gifts for newborns.

Jennifer Csorba said...

I've been looking for alphabet fabric. My two daughters are going to share a room, and we just bought some shelving from a closing down linen shop - so they are nice and deep. I thought I would just place a curtain up, but my darling husband suggested I make a quilt top that he would attach to a holland blind rig so they can pull it up and down to "hide the mess inside" the letters would be perfect for this project - so colourful and the animals would make beautiful appliques on the roller covering at the top. Wonderful. Cheers Jennifer

~ Kim ~ said...

I love to do appliqueing. There are so many options. I would make a name banner for my daughter's room and use the animal pics on pencil cases.

Bev C said...

If I was the lucky winner of this material. I would make a quilt that is very bright and bold something to catch the attention of a smaller child. Happy days.

Lois said...

I would make an eye spy quilt for my grandaughter and use the letters to correspond with the name of the anamal. it would work two ways,to be comforting and warm and learning at the same time. Little ones are eager to absorb so much and learn.