Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Button Winners

The 20 winners from the Quilting Gallery blog hop are:
Sandra (Sandi T),
Swedish Scrapper,
Andrea (Virginia Knits),
Gill (UK),
Tracey @ the Peony Teacup,
Pam Gardner,
Pink Scissors Design,
Catherine McCrum,
Happy Turtle,
Denise Russell,
Debbie S,
Mary mahoo,
If your name is on the list of winners, please email me with your postal details.
Please note that our factory is closed until January and the postal service here at this time of the year is particularly slow so it may take a while for your buttons to reach you.
Thank you to everyone who entered for all your fun comments.
Congratulations to all the winners...

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Giyup Neddy

I quickly appliqued this square for a little boy - I'm planning on making it into another soft block toy.

I love how smiley this little fellow turned out.

On his saddle is an Incomparable heart button....10 sets of these heart buttons as well as 10 sets of our Incomparable cupcake buttons are going to be going to 20 lucky followers of our blog in the Quilting Gallery Blog Hop.

See this post for details.

Sunday, 9 December 2012

Quilting Gallery Blog Hop Give Away

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

The Quilting Gallery is having a blog hop party for its 5th birthday!
To celebrate we are giving away 20 sets of buttons cards to 20 of our blog followers.
10 sets of these scrummy cupcake buttons:

And 10 sets of these pretty pastel heart buttons:

This give away is open from now until the 15th December to followers anywhere in the world.

To enter, simply follow our blog and leave a comment here letting us know which set of buttons you would like.

Head over to the Quilting Gallery to see who else is participating.

And wait for Santa to arrive early this year for 20 lucky followers...

Friday, 7 December 2012

Tractor Soft Block Applique

A while ago I appliqued this tractor on a small square of fabric. It has been gathering dust while I deliberated over what to do with it - one option was to frame it for a little boy's room.
What I eventually decided to make with it was this soft block. I used some of our Incomparable Transport fabric as one of the co-ordinating squares which is perfect for the theme.
A sweet gift for a friend's little boy who I am looking forward to meeting soon - now I have 8 other matching blocks to make to spell out his name!

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Starry Christmas Ribbon

This Christmas add a simple finishing touch to all your gift wrap.
This star ribbon is easy to make. Cut star shapes out of paper in your choice of colours.
Chain stitch the stars together. You can mix the colours up or keep them uniform.
I glued Incomparable star buttons in white and gold at irregular intervals along my star ribbon. 
I think everyone will have stars in their eyes when opening their gifts this Christmas!

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