It's not the best picture, I know, but it was taken quite late at night. (or, it could be I am a horrible photographer) I really like that I used a darker blue fabric for my background. It makes everything else stand out. The inside of the wrenches are a variety of blue fabrics from the charm pack. What all this rambling and going on is all about is . . . everyone that entered that parade won!! I couldn't believe it. This quilt (okay, top only) didn't win the big prize, but since there weren't very many that entered that month, Carrie of Miss Rosie's Quilt Co (who designs the Schnibbles patterns and this quilt) decided that they were all winners and wanted to award us with a layer cake. YEA!!!
My package arrived this week, but having a full week of inservice has slowed me down a bit and I didn't get pictures made of the prize until now. I was really shocked when I received my mailing. I was a little on the fat side for a single layer cake and the reason for that was . . . it was two layer cakes and a pincushion kit!! BINGO!! What a great package to open.
This first one is Strawberry Fields by Fig Tree and Company
The second one is Maison De Garance by French General
Both are Moda Layer Cakes
This last one is an absolutely adorable snowman pincushion by Primitive Gatherings and designed by Lisa Bongean. It will finish only 4 1/2" X 5 1/2" and includes everything but the threads to do the embroidery and blanket stitch and the sand to fill it. (I will also need some kind of fusible, but I have that)
Needless to say that I was very, very excited about my package and want to say a big THANK YOU to Sinta and Sherri for hosting and coming up with such great challenges and a huge, huge THANK YOU to Carrie for providing prizes each month and especially for this past month. thank you.