Thanks to everyone who entered The Village Haberdashery Giveaway, we had 94 eligible entries, Random.org did the honours and we have a winner for this gorgeous bundle of fabrics.
Congratulations to comment number 39 – Shenley Connolly who said:
“My new skill for 2013 is going to be screen printing! I’m dying to giving it a try! Also on the list is to practice and practice FMQ because my skills are not great.”
Thanks to Annie from the Village Haberdashery for generously sponsoring this giveaway, make sure you stay tuned to her blog to find out the opening times of the bricks and mortar shop in West Hampstead, London in the New Year.
The lovely Annie from The Village Haberdashery is hosting a fabulous giveaway to celebrate the opening of her bricks and mortar shop in West Hampstead in the New Year.
The Village Haberdashery provides a one-stop shop for the modern crafter with a delightful selection of fabric, yarn, haberdashery and trims.
The new shop hours along with class times will be announced in the New Year, but Annie is holding a preview weekend on the 15th and 16th December for a chance to look around the new shop and get a little pre-Christmas shopping in.
What: The Village Haberdashery open weekend!
Date and time: Saturday 15th December from 11 to 7, and Sunday 16th December from 11 – 5
Location: 47 Mill Lane, West Hampstead, London NW6 1NB
**********So to the fabulous giveaway**********
Annie is giving away this gorgeous bundle of Centre City…
There are two chances to win this bundle:
1. Leave a comment on this post telling us what crafty skill you would like to learn in 2013.
2. For a bonus entry sign up to the The Village Haberdashery
newsletter and leave a comment telling us you have done so.
Giveaway is open to UK and Europe residents only and will close on the 17th December at 5pm (GMT)
Four of the LMQG members recently took part in a design challenge set by Fat Quarterly. The challenge was to design and make items using fabric from the ‘VeloCity’ range by British Designer Jessica Hogarth. One of the items made was this ‘city squares’ quilt by Beth Studley. You can read more about the design on Beth’s website lovefrombeth and you can download a tutorial to make your own here.
The challenges are all featured on the Fat Quarterly blog, you can read about Beth’s,
and Amy’s by following the links.
Aren’t they wonderful!
November seemed to be over in a flash, here’s a round up of what our members have been making.
Take a look at our Flickr group to match the item with its maker.
Thanks to Amelie who put together the mosaic.