What a fun month! But it isn’t over yet, and there is one last giveaway today too, so be sure to read all the way to the end. I want to take today to thank all the sponsors of the giveaways again for their incredible generosity. Please leave a comment to let them know we appreciate every one! The winners of each drawing are also listed below, all have been notified. There are some affiliate links on today’s post for your convenience in shopping for some of these items – I am an affiliate with Amazon, and Fat Quarter Shop.
Leading off the list of fabulous prizes, our grand prize by premier sponsor Hobbs Batting sent FOUR battings from their Tuscany line to one very lucky winner!! Judy S. won one Tuscany Silk Throw, one Tuscany Wool Throw, one Tuscany Cotton Wool Throw, and one NEW Tuscany SUPREME Cotton Twin size batting. Thank you, Hobbs!! I also want to thank Stephanie at Hobbs again for their outstanding support of our Carolina Hurricane quilts project that began in September, and I’ll have the update on that on Friday. Find Hobbs Batting at Fat Quarter Shop.
Returning Premier sponsor Aurifil sent a large spool box of their fabulous threads to Joni W. The collection this year is called Festive, and has the lovely colors of Autumn. Find Aurifil Threads on Sale at Amazon!
Stampin’ Up! sent this fabulous collection of stamps and papers to create lovely cards for Autumn and Thanksgiving called Country Lane to Camille V.
New sponsor Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street sponsored the cooking post for the Jubilee with a giveaway of their newest cookbook, Tuesday Nights!! Visit their website for recipes from the show, and lots more. Order now on Milk Street, or by using my affiliate link with Amazon – Milk Street Tuesday Nights. The book has over 200 recipes that take one hour or less to make, many around a half hour! Nicole S won the cookbook.
Another new sponsor this year, Madam Sew gave away a fantastic 32-piece Ultimate Presser Feet set, with an instructional DVD to Melanie T. The feet are universal, and with the adapter can fit any machine.
Backside Fabrics awarded a $25 Gift Certificate for their gorgeous wide backing fabric to Lynne M. I want to again acknowledge and thank Christine at Backside Fabrics for also supporting our Carolina Hurricane quilts project with backing fabric for all five quilts we plan to make. More on this on Friday.
New Sponsor Costa Farms sent a gorgeous Red Aglaonema houseplant to Doreen A. See their website for an outstanding plant finder with an awesome amount of information on growing all kinds of plants.
Pam J won the mystery books for the Autumn Jubilee books post.
Inspired LED lighting sent a sewing machine lighting kit with an expansion module for a second machine to three winners – Loris M, Mary D and Karrin H. Find all sorts of Inspired LED Lighting products on Amazon, for sewing machines, worktables, indoor and outdoor.
If you use Flickr, I hope you’ll share all your projects as you keep making progress or finish up on From My Carolina Home Project Sharing on Flickr , or share in our facebook group – From My Carolina Home Project Sharing on Facebook. Please comment on each other’s shares too, being a part of the From My Carolina Home community is fun!
Here are Karla’s blocks for the sew along place mats she shared on Flickr.
And then Karla shared her Autumn Jubilee quilt along progress. Don’t these colors look great!!
Danice shared her stitch along, making a cute pocket for flowers from the pattern.
Diann shared her pumpkins on facebook.
Here are Mary’s scrappy pumpkins.
Susan shared her pumpkins too!
Please join me in thanking all the great sponsors for the fabulous giveaways!! One lucky commenter today will win a super final prize from me and Moda – a collection of wonderful sewing goodies including a fat eighth bundle from Moda, thread snips, and two large spools of Aurifil thread from my stash.
Aren’t these colors luscious?
To enter today, simply leave a comment on this post. What did you enjoy with the third annual Autumn Jubilee?
PS, blog schedule note – Tomorrow will be the wrap up of the placemats with the Fat Quarter Shop’s Remix event, and Friday we will get the Carolina Hurricane Quilt Project underway. The Teacups Quilt Along post which normally would have been Friday will move to Monday to make a space for our charity event to get going.