Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Day 8: Woven Coasters

Have you finished your holiday shopping? If you haven't, you can avoid the rush and the crowds by making homemade gifts instead! Here is another free project designed by Stephanie Sheridan and Linda Leathersich of Stitched Together Studios, perfect for friends or coworkers!

Use five 5" squares for each coaster. By folding them into rectangles or triangles, you can create two different looks.

Our fabric recommendation: Try Tea House, a new collection with Asian flair. It features many small prints, which are perfect for these coasters, and has an air of elegance that will compliment your home.



Click here for the pdf of this project. 



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Win a fat quarter bundle!
Today's 12 Days of Christmas question:
Which Michele D'Amore collection features vintage sewing motifs?
(Hint: Look on our website. It starts with an "M.")


To enter the giveaway, leave the correct answer in the comment section below this post. 

The winner will receive this fat quarter bundle of Nancy Halvorsen prints!


Details: This giveaway is open through Thursday, December 20th at 11:59 EST. On Friday, we'll randomly draw a name from the commenters with the correct answer, and we'll post the winner's name here on the blog.


Good luck!


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Here is the answer to Day 6's question: 
EVERYONE wanted the Urbanicity dress pattern from Spring Quilt 
Market. Which pattern company is the dress from?

The answer: Butterick

And here's a photo of the dress: 
(with some Urbanicity quilts in the background too!)


The winner: Gail S., who said:

Congratulations! We've sent you an email to get your mailing address.


(Note: Each day, we make a numbered list of everyone who answered the question correctly. Then we use random.org to select a number from the correct entries, and match that number up to the numbered list of names. 
Just so you know how we're choosing the winner.)
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26 comments:

  1. Great Fabrics from Michelle in the Mayfair collection! An congrats to my friend Gail for winning the Day 6 prize!

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  2. I love the patterns and colors in Make Do and Mend. It's so cute! I also need to make some coasters! You chose another great collection to highlight for this project. And CONGRATS to Gail. My friends are winning! I'm sharing your blog so that can happen.

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  3. Make Do and Mend! And congrats Gail for winning yesterday and thanks teachpany for directing us to this site!

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  4. Love the fabrics! The collection is Make Do and Mend.

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  5. Make Do and Mend - nice colors

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  6. Great fabrics. The collection is Make do and Mend.
    Congrats to Gail.

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  7. Make Do and Mend - an adorable collection!

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  9. Make Do and Mend -- fun fabrics! Congrats to Gail.

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  10. Make Do and Mend!
    roadrnr272@comcast.net

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  11. make do and mend wonderful collection

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  12. Make do and Mend, and I hope it comes in that beautiful little sleigh!
    jotenijo@yahoo.ca
    Terri

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  13. The fabric is Make do and Mend. So cute! Can't wait to see it in a store near me.

    Thanks!
    Sandy A

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  14. That beautiful collection is Make Do and Mend. samwoof@yahoo.com

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  15. Make Do and Mend , great fun!!!!

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  16. Make Do and Mend. It is a beautiful collection.

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  17. Make Do and Mend.

    Thanks for the chance.
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  18. Love the Coasters and I need to make some! Thanks for the Giveaways and for teachpany for sharing it with us. Love that collection for sewing! Make Do and Mend is the name.

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  19. Make Do and Mend what lovely fabric

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  20. Make do and Mend. I've made bunches of these coasters for Christmas gifts. Hubby keeps snitching them!

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  21. Maria's Needles and Pins. So cute. that would be neat to spruce up the sewing room.

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