Tuesday, July 24, 2012


First, thank you to everyone for the wonderful comments on my Christmas tree skirt tutorial. If you do happen to make my tree skirt, please upload a picture of it to the Freshly Pieced Flickr group! Nothing makes me happier than seeing what you all are doing with my tutorials and patterns.

I also want to thank Linda Lum DeBono for having me on the blog tour for her lovely book, Sew Merry and Bright. You guys seem really excited about this book, and I'm so happy for her that it's such a hit. (In fact, as of writing this post, there were only 10 left in stock on Amazon, so you might want to grab your copy right now!)

Okay, with that all said, let's choose some giveaway winners, shall we?

The winner of the FQ bundle of Santa Claus is Coming To Town from The Intrepid Thread is #99, LeAnn:

The winner of the signed copy of Sew Merry and Bright is #91, Vicki T.

Merry Christmas a little early, ladies! Watch your in-box for an email from me!

1 comment:

CathyK said...

Congrats to the winners!

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