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Monday, November 14, 2011

Thanksgiving & Winner of Xmas Fabrics

First business to discuss this afternoon is to announce the winner of the Christmas fabrics giveaway which closed out Saturday evening, November 12th.  The winner of the Christmas Fabrics is Mindy, please contact me at
with your full name and correct snail mail address, so I can mail your prize to you!
THANKSGIVING is being celebrated soon in the United States and I know our neighbors are making ready to enjoy that wonderful day.  Not only is there turkey, but loads of very sweet desserts for afters.  I love turkey with all the trimmings and stuffed so full of old fashioned dressing, and surrounded with cranberries. My most favorite of all the desserts has to be pumpkin pie with whipped cream for its topping...Mmmmmmmmmm I missed our Thanksgiving holiday guess I will just have to wait for Christmas to enjoy turkey. 
It isn't too late to make a little wall hanging to represent this lovely holiday, it's actually a felt turkey block!  This is made in Felt but I am certain the quilter in you can reproduce it in fabrics too, applique is so very versatile. Head on over to Wee Folk Arts web site and you will find a free pattern from them to make this wonderful felt turkey block.  Isn't it lovely? 
I love this site, it is filled with fun and lots of humor and great ideas for projects and lots of free patterns to use. 
Sorry for being so late in posting today, but, as you may have read, I sometimes act as caregiver for a neighbor and today was one of those days.  
Thank you for stopping by and thank you for entering into the Christmas Fabrics Giveaway.  Stay tuned for my December giveaway which will be posted in the last week of November.
Have yourself a wonderful day today and do stop by, there does not have to be a giveaway just to make a comment, and comments are what most bloggers enjoy reading, this helps them to formulate ideas on what our readers enjoy most. 


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