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BOM # 2

Saturday, October 17th, 2009

Two Creative Studios is hosting a Block of the Month and October is the second month.

Here is the block I made with this month’s pattern.


It’s not too late to join the fun!

Block of the Month with Two Creative Studios

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

Terri Stegmiller of Stegart blog and Sue Bleiwess at  Two Creative Studios are hosting a block of the month (BOM) over on their website. On their Two Creative Studios website you can find a TCS ning group to join if you want to play along. (Click on Free Projects and then Block of the Month) I’m playing and here is my first block. Oh! And Terri and Sue are offering prizes too!


I used Sweethearts fabrics by Benartex. The fabrics are leftover from a quilt I made this Spring for my friend Ria, who lives in South Africa. You can see a picture of Ria’s quilt top here.

Two Giveaways

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

Two Creative Studios are offering a summer giveaway over at their website. Go check them out and sign up for their newsletter! They have a list of great class offerings that one sweet day I hope to sign up for! But alas, money will not allow such a thing right now. But I enjoy their blogs and newsletter and the inspiration I glean. Sue has a photo up on her blog of what they are giving away and also two journal covers she is making out of foil and ink. Here is a link to Terri’s blog. She has been doing some amazing fabric dying lately.

Another giveaway happening is over at Leah’s Art Girl blog. She hosts a Scrap Saturday Giveaway and has a huge one running this month with a link to Art Now for Autism. Check out Leah’s post and see if perhaps you would like to donate to this worthy cause. The Art Now for Autism is a reverse auction with proceeds going toward autism awareness and research. Go check it out! If not creating art to donate, you could buy an item to help support autism research.

PS  I wanted to add that there is a great company here in my hometown that runs an online store and store front creating items to help those with Autism. Go check out Sensory Critters!