Tuesday, 27 August 2013

where is the love?

 We spent a lovely bank holiday weekend in South Wales visiting my Dad and now I need to catch up on what's been going on.

The Fugly Fabric Party is open and I'm hoping to get time to check all the links later on - some of the fabric has already gone! There's still time to link up if you've got any unwanted fabric, or link up with Laura if you have unwanted projects...

Now it's my turn to link up to Laura's Lost The Love link party.

I have four 8.5" pinwheel blocks - made using Windsor Lane by Bunny Hill Designs and Kona Snow. It would be super easy just to sew these together to make a big cushion front or use them in a quilt.


I also have 20 rather random triangles, all Kona. I kept meaning to do something with these but haven't,  so you can have them! The long side of the triangle measures 9" to give you an idea of the size.


I'd prefer just to post these out all together so if you want the lot please leave a comment below and I'll pick a winner at the weekend.
*NOW CLOSED*



Finally, in case you missed it, I did a fun tutorial over at Lily's Quilts making kites for the 'Projects on a Budget' thanks to Abakhan! Check it out :)



11 comments:

  1. I loved the kite tute that I read on my phone while away. Such an amazing idea. I won't take any of your fabrics though as I seem to be drowning in WIPs here myself.

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  2. I loved the kite tute! I was humming: "Lets go fly a kite" as I was reading it!

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  3. I will be glad to take it. I make charity quilts and am always needing ufos, fabric, notions etc. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  4. Hi Lucy. I would love to have the triangles. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  5. love the pinwheels and the scraps

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  6. Anyone would be welcome .Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  7. What an awesome idea for circulating the unwanted fabrics!

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  8. I love your pin wheels, I really like green. It used to be my school uniform colour and for years after I left school, I couldn't abide it!
    Please let me reimburse you for the postage if I win x

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  9. Ooo, making a cushion, I haven't done that since school! katyhuxley@yahoo.com

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  10. Your kite tutorial is superb - definitely on my list of things to do next school holidays!

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