Tuesday, December 16, 2014

December Scraptastic Winners

My red scrappy improv blocks are now a 35" strip. #Scraptastictuesday

I was able to do some more work on my red scrappy improv blocks tonight and I turned them into a strip - it is nicer in person, it is pretty late and dark here now. I have a plan to maybe cut them into an actual strip and add that to my black and white improv blocks from a week or so ago. We shall see.


Today is the day to award the prizes for the December Scraptastic Tuesday link. Thank you all for joining in. I have been enjoying the scrappy inspiration. If you have not yet had time to visit the links, I encourage you to do so - go here for the December links.

This month we had prizes from these fantastic sponsors:


A huge thank you to each of our generous sponsors and congratulations to our winners:
  • Massdrop - 15 fat quarter bundle of designer fabrics, plus two coordinated Aurifil threads (Mako' Ne 50/2) - #33, Patty, The Quilty Lady

We will be emailing the winners once it is morning in Canada - this post is scheduled to go up when it is morning at Nicky's house in the UK -  but feel free to email Nicky or I first if you read it here before we get to you, and then we can connect you to your prizes.

Please join Nicky and I using your scraps over the next few weeks - use our button or tag your posts #scraptastictuesday. And come back to join us for the January Scraptastic Tuesday link on the second Tuesday, which will be January 13, 2015. 

Best,

Leanne

16 comments:

  1. so curious about your finished scap-project!

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  2. Thank you! Always fun to win a prize, haha. Though actually sewing with scraps has been quite rewarding! Enjoying your red strip....

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  3. Great idea to make a strip!!! You are sew smart!

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  4. Love them! I was wondering how you were going to incorporate them into a quilt. A strip is a great idea.

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  5. Thank you! So excited about winning! And I love your red scrappy strip. It's a great idea.:)

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  6. Love it! I'm doing something very similar with my crumbs :) Congrats to the winners!!!

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  7. Fun to see that bloom up there on your wall!

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  8. I do like the look of your red 15 Minute Play blocks altogether in a strip, you've reminded me to finish my blocks!!

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  9. Congratulations to all the winners!

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  10. The red strip will look great with your black and white improv blocks. Thanks also from me another excited winner!

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  11. I like you scrapy strip as it is, it looks like a crinkly piece of paper!
    Myrto

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  12. strip looks good and sounds a good plan to add the black and white blocks

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  13. Nothing to link up this week. Your strip idea is an interesting one.

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