Monday, March 2, 2009

Pay it forward giveaway revealed

Some time ago I signed up for a pay it forward giveaway. In turn you then give away 3 things. I only had two bloggers sign up. But have no fear, I gave away 3 things anyway.

I first made this apron for Jenn at KnittyWhit. She loves old things. It's like she was born a century too late. The fabric in this apron reminded me of what grandmothers wore 50 years ago. Not quit a century, but half way there. Right?

For the #2 giveaway, I made this darling pink apron with lots of rick rac for her daughter Ri. This was a surprise to both of them. The pockets were made out of fabric to look like chalk boards. Perfect for a 6 year old. Plenty of rick rac and lace.

Last I paper pieced this Border Collie from a pattern at Silver Linings Originals. I have used Linda's patterns for years. I love them all.

This wall hanging goes to Carol at Parsley Creek Farm. She raises these dogs. I hope she liked it.

Acts 20
In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.'

10:00 PM 28 degrees


Tipper said...

You are so creative! I know they will all love the beautiful things you made! I still have my little piggy above my desk-where I can see it everyday : )

Sara said...

Those are excellent giveaways!

If you do another, I'm game. How do you play?

Zoey said...

Wow, Patti, what great gifts! As a fellow paper-piecer, I know how much work you put into that dog. I bet she will love it!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Wow! You've already done yours and I haven't started. :( I loved them all - especially the aprons - but I bet Carol is thrilled with the dog. (She's my cousin.) blessings, marlene

Mel said...

Those are all wonderful gifts!! Paper piecing is one of my least favorite and it looks like there were tons of pieces in your project! You must have a lot of patience!
They will all cherish your items, I am sure!

Jackie said...

Love the aprons! I'm getting ready to try and make my first one soon. I definitely plan to get the boys out on the deck today (even the sickly one) It is close to 75 degrees here too. The warmth and sunshine will lift my spirits and hopefully chase away that pesky stomach bug. I'm trying to figure out where OsageBluff is? Are you near Lebanon?