It is my great pleasure to introduce our third and final sponsor for the Christmas in July contest. Meet Quilters Newsletter Magazine (QNM). We've known the wonderful editors and staff over at QNM for
several years, and have always been so inspired by what we see in their
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certainly find something that will pique your excitement in every single
Color is not just something that is aesthetically pleasing—it can influence us in ways we never dreamed. Our moods and perceptions can be altered significantly with the use of color. Color and placement can make or break your connection to the project and it can also help create harmony and a sense of continuity. Knowing what emotions are typically evoked by certain color families might even assist you with your color choices.
I made the Travel Tissue Case. It is a free download pattern so you don't have to buy a pattern to make it. It is a great gift and doesn't use much fabric.
This is my first one that I made but I plan on making more. I love that it has the zippered section so you can put your lipstick, credit card and money in it, or any other little items you can't live without and off you go.
If you've been working on some fabulous fabric designs for our Fabric Design Contest, today is the day you can start uploading you submissions. We just can't wait to see what everyone has come up with!
We will be accepting submissions from now until August 10th, at which time we will compile everything for the voting round. The best part is that we are allowing you to enter as many times as you want, so if you have 10 great ideas, there's no need to narrow it down; you can send them all!
Also exciting is that our customers and fans will play a huge role in the decision making process. Once all designs have been submitted, people will have the opportunity to vote between the dates of August 14th-August 31st. This voting session will determine our top five finalists!
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Of course when the Shake It Up! Flannel
fabric came in I LOVED it! I mean, snowmen and snow globes, forget
about it! I knew I had to make a pillowcase out of it for my son.