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Giveaway Items and Quilting Finished

Posted in Books, Boxes, Give Away, Quilting, Quilts with tags , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2012 by madelincwolf

Giveaway #1

These are the giveaway items won by Sara C. of Scrapbasket in my first ever Giveaway.  I just thought that you might like to see them in their finished state.  Sara, as it happens, is a fellow quilter and creative type whom I have known for  quite a number of years.  Her quilts are a mix of traditional and contemporary and everything in between.  She has an eye for color and imaginative use of prints.  In fact, I just finished quilting one of her quilts last week shown below.  Now, don’t get the idea that the drawing was rigged.  In truth, I know many of my subscribers personally.  Who knows, one of you whom I don’t know could be next.  Let’s see those comments!

Sara’s Africa Quilt
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And The Winner Is…

Posted in Books, Boxes, Give Away with tags , , , , , , , on January 1, 2012 by madelincwolf

First of all, thanks to everyone who subscribes to my blog!  I plan to run more give aways in 2012, so stay tuned.

And now, drumroll please!!  Congratulations! The winner of the Coffee Cup Holder and a beautiful, inked  Book Box complete with a blank accordion book inside is Scrapbasket.  

Please get in touch with me within 5 days to arrange receipt of your gift.   (If I don’t hear from you , another name will be drawn)  I will post a photo after delivery so as not to spoil the surprise.

Winner was chosen by random drawing.

Another Box

Posted in Boxes with tags , , , , on October 11, 2011 by madelincwolf

Another Box for a Book

Today, after having getting to the studio I set my timer for 15 minutes.  I needed to add to the sides of the box lid to have my idea complete.  These boxes have a life of their own.  I find that when I allow my mind to play with the pen without much serious thought, wonderful images happen, mostly.  My previous box was not so successful, but I had a good time doing it.  When I tire of the outsides, I may just begin to make the books that will dwell within.