Thank you to all who participated. I was able to glean some great ideas on how to use my remaining supply of flour sacks. I thoughtShar’s doll was very creative. I loved Mary’s pillow with the pocket for the remote. Lynn’s bag would be so handy. I really need to make me one of those. You can never have too many bags, you know. When I saw Cathy’s I thought ‘great minds think alike it was so like the idea I had formulating. Julie’s piecing had me in awe. Thanks also to everyone who voted. We couldn’t have chosen a winner without your help. And our winner is…. Julie.
Her mariner’s star is truly lovely. Congratulations Julie! Please send me your snail mail so I can get your prize, a fat eighth pack of 30’s prints.
That's a great prize! Congrats, Julie!
I love her star. Congrats to her.
Congrats to the winner! It was fun to see the selection and creativity.:)
Congrats Julie. As soon as I saw it I knew you had the winner. Hugs
Julie's quilt is stunning! Congratulations, Julie.
A well deserved win. I was so impressed when I first saw it, and then when I read on Julie's blog about the process she went through to make it, I thought she definitely deserved the win.
Julie's quilt was a winner for sure!
Congrats Julie – enjoy your prize 🙂
Thanks Em for the Challenge. I had a great time! I want to find some more flour sacks and make some more. I really like the feel of flour sacks. I will have to play with them in a quilt.