And now the moment you've been waiting for....the names of the winners!
Karen in Breezy Point
Carole-Wheels on the Warrandyte Bus
Cathy wrote "What to do, what to choose...... If you pick my number, book five please. They are so unique." Cathy is a fellow Canadian quilter and she recently attended one of my workshops. She is an avid EPPer so I hope she has lots of fun with my designs!
Carole-Wheels on the Warrandyte Bus wrote "Karen you're hexagons are always so amazing, congratulations on the publication of these 5 booklets. I'm still sewing your Value Proposition Quilt which has taught me a lot about values, Such a hard choice I would be thrilled to win any of the booklets but if I had to choose any it would be #5. Thanks for the opportunity!". I can't wait to see what Carole does with her Easier Than Pie & Beyond patterns. She does beautiful work and so I'm expecting some really beautiful hexagons!
Jo Ferguson wrote "If I have to make a choice, I'd pick book 4....or 5. They all look amazing." Well Jo, it looks like you will have to choose because you are a winner!
Quiltsmiles wrote "Great idea publishing you tips and tidbits as you've have kindly shared all the while through your blogging. If I was chosen a winner of this giveaway, I think Booklet #3 would be very helpful with my EPP." I've said it before and will say it again, one of the things about quilting that is the most satisfying is sharing with others!
I'll leave you with a picture of one of the hexagon designs from booklet 3; I call it Butterfly Wings and it is in Book 3. It is surrounded with the two fabrics I wrote about yesterday. I think it is so pretty and I love the movement created by the striped fabric in the outer donut (ring or round if you prefer) of hexagons!
Congratulations to the winners and thank you to EVERYONE for the lovely comments. You make me blush! Until I post again, happy sewing!