Tuesday, 15 November 2011

~Fat Quarter Giveaway~

After a busy week last week I finally managed to finish off my Christmas pudding tea cosy.  As I knitted it in moss stitch, it hung off the teapot like a poor-fitting frock in need of support.  Foundation garments in the way of wadding and lining were needed! I bought this 1940s fabric at a Vintage Fair, and have wondered what to do with it as I didn't want to waste it. So it now has a purpose - keeping my Christmas brew warm.
I'm hoping it will become a tradition to get it out every year. Maybe it will become a family heirloom!
Anyway, Giveaway time again - this time it's fabric from my stash.
To enter the draw to win a fat quarter of pretty craft fabric, please leave a comment below before 10pm on Friday 18th November, stating which fabric you'd like...
Navy sprigged cotton (left) ...or the cotton lawn (right)

P.S. Good luck all!
P.P.S. Many thanks and welcome to all the followers of my blog x


  1. Hello! Just learnt how to make bunting so started on some Christmas bunting. I prefer the navy. Hope you are well. x

  2. Hi Sally, I love the tea cosy padding,its a great idea. I would love the cotton lawn on the right if I won. X

  3. Hi, bet your tea is very cosy in its pretty cosy.Please count me in for your give away I like the cotton lawn on the right.Love Jill xx

  4. Can't beat a proper teapot and cosy - so much better than a mug and teabag.
    I like the cotton lawn best, I think.

  5. I love the fabric in your tea cosy, what a lovely idea. I love both fabrics wouldn't mind which, am trying to make fabric bunnies at the moment (just very simple small ones)Take care Lorraine x

  6. I love the tea cosy padding, I recognise that gorgeous fabric from your fabric stash photos.
    I'd love to join in the fabric giveaway as I'm addicted to stuff! My favourite is the cotton lawn.
    Have a good weekend.


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