Thursday, May 26, 2011

Gifts and Giveaway Winner

Two teacher gifts down, one to go! Thank you, Ayumi, for a wonderful lunch bag tutorial. This is the perfect gift for teachers who stomp around in the mud and bogs with their students every day. : )


And now, the reason I know you're really all here: We have a giveaway winner! Congratulations to comment #318, Jenny:

I do love an ironic giveaway winner. : ) Jenny, I'll be sending you an email for your mailing address.

29 comments:

Anna said...

those are so cute lee! I love ayumi and her ultra cute tutorials. :) and Jenny - you ARE a winner!!!

Leila said...

I love the drawstring top. I am going to have to check out her tutorial. Love the fabric. Who's the designer? ;)

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

great bags! the teachers will be thrilled!

Cindy said...

Oh, Jenny! You are a winner :)

The bags are adorable. Perfect as a teacher gift - anyone would be happy to get something so very cute!

Elizabeth D. said...

Those bags are adorable!!! Great job :)

Heidi said...

cute, cute, cute Lee!!!

Heidi said...

And I didn't enter your giveaway...just stalk you regularly.....

Natalie said...

Hi Lee! Those bags are adorable, and it is so awesome to see your fabric in action! Well done :)

Becky said...

oh those bags are so cute! I'm definitely going to check that tutorial!

AnneMarie said...

Very cute bags Lee....your fabric looks adorable!

QuiltyGirl said...

Those little lunch bags are too cute! I love your fabric, it really makes the bags. :)

Jana said...

These are ADORABLE. I might have to give these a try.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Jenny!You're a winner today! Love the bags, Lee. I've got to go use my borrowed sewing machine to finish two mug rugs for teachers myself. Due to tomorrow, yikes!
Melinda
http://tildastwistedlife.blogspot.com

Linz said...

COngratulations Jenny! THat is so fun!

CUTE bags!! What a great gift idea!

Kristie said...

Those bags are too cute!! Will have to bookmark that one. And PERFECT with your fabric! I have to get me some of that :-) Love them!

Congrats, Jenny!

Live a Colorful Life said...

I NEED this fabric!!!

Sharon said...

Great bags! And congrats to Jenny! :)

Katie B. said...

Those tote bags are the cutesy ever! I'm bookmarking that project.

LynCC said...

These bags are so wonderful! Your kids' teachers are going to *love* them, guaranteed!

felicity said...

Fabulously thoughtful teacher gifts, and the execution is perfect.

Jessica said...

What great bags. Your fabric from spoonflower looks great!

Tammara, Jess and Cory said...

Congrats Jenny enjoy your winnings.

Erin said...

Congratulations on winning Jenny, and thanks again Lee for the great giveaway. Those lunchbags are so sweet, I bet the teachers will LOVE them! :)

Erin x

Susanne said...

I love these bags, Lee!!! Totally on my "to make" list!!! Your fabric looks GREAT too!!!

KimT said...

wow! the bags are fabulous! I am definitely going to make at least one of these!

Marci Girl said...

Love your lunch bags, and I am sure the teachers will love them as well! I was so glad to see Jenny won the giveaway, she created the most beautiful pouch for me in the Pretty Little Pouch Swap and she totally deserves it!

Marlene @ Kissed Quilts said...

bags are way cute!!!

Anonymous said...

HAHA! Her comment was too funny!
Those bags look great!!!
~Lindsay

ayumills said...

Those lunch bags are so cute and your fabric choice is perfect as always!!

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