Sunday, Sunday! Giveaway Winner!

It’s Sunday!  I had a fabulous weekend with my family and friends!  A good friend of mine from my High School days came and stayed with us Friday.  On Saturday morning we woke up bright and early and went to the Madison Farmer’s Market – it really is an amazing market.  After we did our veggie and treat shopping we headed to browse State Street. 

Today, my family was in a local parade to promote the opening of the orchard.  And to top it off, a friend of mine from college stopped by with his adorable baby boy and wife to check out the orchard.  All in all, a very good weekend.

simply sweet

But, I know you all aren’t here to read about my weekend…you want to know who won the  fabulous 1/2 yard bundle of these five new gorgeous Simply Sweet-Lief  fabrics from my sponsor Fabrics N Quilts.

129 qualifying comments were made for this fabulous fabric bundle so I popped it into the random number generator and…


you should know by now it’s not a giveaway winner announcement without at least one picture of my kids.  Here’s Pip getting her very first haircut!

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and comment 103 was…



I’d definitely make it up as I go and my son has requested a quilt…so the idea is already churning. Thanks for the opportunity!

Congratulations Annie!  I can’t wait to see what you create with this fabulous fabric!


And THANK YOU Shannon!  What an amazing giveaway!  I appreciate the support you’ve always given me from Day 1!


Since it’s Sunday…it’s time to share with you my latest, original haiku


dreaming of a quilt

figuring out what to do

dream. show me the way


  1. Thank you! Thank you! THAnk you!!!

  2. Congratulations to Annie.

  3. I hit send to quickly. I also meant to thank you for hosting the giveaway. And thank you Fabrics N Quilts for sponsoring the giveaway.


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