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There were 35 qualifying comments left on the post to win a Sew Slip II. Using a Random Number Generator, we came up with # 4 for the winner.
Elaine M said...Hi Karen, I was one of those absolutely terrified stippling quilters who took your workshop in Amherst. Since then, I'm still nervous about stippling but I've done 2 projects using stippling. One was a Christmas apron for myself to wear at La Guilde Acadienne de Clare Christmas Tea event and now I'm working on a Christmas table cloth and stippling the middle of the cloth and free motion for the borders. I would be very excited to win your sheet for I need all the help I can get in order to do a beautiful job stippling. Wish me luck! Elaine
The Sew Slip II is now on it's way to Elaine in Clare and I hope she enjoys hers as much as I do mine. Don't forget, The Covered Bridge Quiltery in Riverview, N.B. will be carrying these very soon! They are always happy to do mail orders if you are unable to visit in person. Congrats, Elaine!
I'm a quilt and pattern designer, award winning quilt maker, author and teacher. Since 1989, I have published well over 300 quilting patterns in magazines such as McCall's Quilting, Quilter's Newsletter, Quilt World, The Canadian Quilter and Quilter's Connection. I have contributed designs to 14 different books and co-authored Canadian Heritage Quilting with Diane Shink.My latest book, Quilting Beauties Come In All Shapes and Sizes, was published by AQS in 2015.