Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Block 3 and Winners!

Vintage Sampler BOM Block 3 is posted. 
Check it out on the BOM page.  Its a cutie this month, and appropriately,  a Morning Glory! 

Morning Glory 9" Block made by pattern tester Charlene
Got Winners! 
Time for the winners of the give-aways to stand up and be counted! (And to get their goodies)

Winner 1:  Posted a comment about the new Vintage Sampler BOM:
Vicki x wins a Free Pattern of their choice!


Winner 2:  Posted a comment and placed my BOM Badge on their Blog or Website:
Kathy Wylie wins a Fat Quarter Bundle!


Winner 3: Posted pictures of completed blocks on the Vintage Sampler Flickr Group page:
Grams 2012 wins a Charm Pack!


Winner 4: Suggested project ideas for blocks?
Debby Patz Wins a Fat Quarter mini bundle!

CONGRATULATIONS to all of this month's winners. 

Please send me your complete name and mailing address to claim your prizes. 
Email me at reeze AT morningglorydesigns.net

Thank you for all of your wonderful comments and links.  I so appreciate your support of this project. 

Leave a comment about how you would embellish block 3 and become a follower on my blog to be entered to win a Fat Quarter Mini Bundle in February!

If you have not yet subscribed to my newsletter you are missing out on more free blocks -- twice a month.  You could be getting the free patterns for these two additional block!
12" Morning Glory Block
12" block by Pattern Tester Jean B

16" Morning Glory Block
Thanks for playing along with this years Block of the Month.  If you haven't started yet, now is a great time to begin.


14 comments:

  1. I would love to do some fancy stitching applique to embellish this design.

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  2. I would put some seed beads in the yellow centers, Reeze. And, I am a follower!

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  3. I'm pretty new at this, and would need to have it in my hand before I could even envision how to embellish it differently than already mentioned. Thanks for the download!! Am signing up for your newsletter right now.

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  4. Happy following you!
    How about some white outline dimensional hand stitching.....
    Thanks so for sharing!

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  5. Did you send the newsletter yet this month? I didnt get it but the internet has been gremmliny lately... Love this series. Should I sign up again? Ive gotten the previous issues... Thanks, Kate butterhill@comcast.net

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  6. Oh I do love this block, love blues and yellows too. So to jass it a bit I would maybe add some beads, or make the center a 3 dimentional circle, or do a folded leaf... Lots of options, and its just nice the way it is too. Thanks much! And Im a follower, thought I was already but I guess not.

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  7. In order to embellish, I would probably use some DMC complementary color floss to add veins to the leaves and some more dimension to the blossoms. Maybe a bit of fabric paint to the center of the blossom if I did not do the floss. I think I already follow your blog because I get notice every time you post.

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  8. Depending on the fabric you choose, thread painting on the blooms might be really nice. You could follow the lines of the designs. I am a follower already.

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  9. I would add some seed beads to the center of the flowers and applique with a decorative stitch. I am a follower of yours already.

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  10. Did you send the newsletter yet this month? I didnt get it ... Love this series. Should I sign up again? Ive gotten the previous issues... Thanks, Kate
    Leka Efremenkovbl@mail.ru

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    1. Я бы добавила тычинки в цветах. Было бы, на мой взгляд, интереснее... С уважением, Лёка.

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  11. So cute; embellishments says beads and some hand embroidery. I get your email.
    Thanks

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  12. Love it! And it's my favorite colors.
    Vicky

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  13. Greetings! I wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your blog. It adds considerably to my reading enjoyment. I'm honoring you with the Versatile Blogger award.

    http://catpatches.blogspot.com/2012/02/versatile-blogger.html

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I'd love to know what you think! Thanks for sharing your ideas.