Saturday, April 2, 2011

Vintage Sheet Fat Quarter Winner

Wow!  Where has this week gone?  It's flown by.  Between a business dinner, my daughters talent show, and a concert (acoustic Chris Cornell.  He was amazing!), I've had virtually no time to sew the last few days.  I definitely feel that huge weight of "you've forgotten to do something" on my shoulders.  Yeah I've forgotten to sew.  

There's a project I'm needing to work on as a gift for my older sister's birthday tomorrow.  It's small so it should be quick, but I have to start it soon.  Ahh!  She's funny.  A few weeks ago she had me purchasing some songs from iTunes, and as I was downloading them for her she was happy saying "Yeah yeah yeah.... I can't wait for my mixed tape;".  I busted out laughing "uh mixed tape? It's a CD duh."  She's showing her age.  Don't get me wrong I've had my fair share of mixed tapes back in the 80's, early 90's, it's just funny that she hasn't transitioned, mentally, to CDs or iPods/iPhone. 

So when I asked her what she wanted for her birthday she wanted a gift card to iTunes so that she can make another mixed tape. I knew I had to work on this particular project.  It was fate when I randomly ran into this site the first time she made the remark of making a mixed tape.  It's perfect.

Ok. Ok.  Sorry for the delay.  I have a winner to announce for the Vintage Sheet Fat Quarter Bundle.

Let's enter the number of entires into the handy random generator machine....beep...boop...bop...bop.....and the winner is...

#9 is Christy!!!  Congratulations!  I'll be emailing you shortly to get your contact information. 

Thank you everyone who commented.  Have a great Saturday and thank you for stopping by.


  1. I LOVE that mixtape iPod cover - it's genius! I am definitely making some of those as I'm a big fan of felt - it's about my level ;-)

    Have you made yours for your sister yet?

  2. Yes, I made it for my sister and she cracked up! She loved it. My writing on it was "MIXED TAPE" since that's what she kept referring the mixed CD as. It was funny! I'm so glad I bumped into that tutorial. I love the internet and craft blogs.