Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Guest post... a fun tutorial....

Hotpotmat Winner is:


Random Integer Generator

Here are your random numbers:
13
.......... and Number 13 is

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...


"Loved your tutorial, it looks super easy! I'd love to have one made with reds"

Who says #13 is unlucky?

A little red number is going off Linda in Washington D.C....
just need to make it up especially for you



Today is a fun day for me as I have been invited to visit Madame Samm for a chat



and we are doing this:



Pop over HERE - we can sew AND....I have snacks....

G'day

29 comments:

  1. I love this quick and easy technique. I hope to try it soon. P.S. I have family in WA (Perth) and I have a special place in my heart for Aussie bloggers. LOL

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  2. How fabulous- congratulations! I am going to head home from work and sit down to read your post in the comfort of my own home! That's why the post wouldn't load earlier!!!! It was us Aussies getting in early! LOL!

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  3. Thank you for the excellent tutorial. It is so clear even I may attempt it. I also have a lot of defectively sized jeans waiting to be transformed into something useful.

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  4. Well congratulations - heading over now!

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  5. I read through again and now I have "IT" . Now if you don't know what I am talking about you have to go -- over and read the first comment first and the second second. See how easy it is to confuse one ???? However your tutorials when read succintly are just perfect.

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  6. I'm going to have to try this technique. I have deconstructed several pairs of jeans and this would be a great way to use them.

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  7. It was great to see you over at Stash Manicure. Your tutorial was lots of fun. Hope the roast chook was tasty!! Love the view out your window!!

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  8. That was brilliant Fiona, not only good food served, but a wonderful tutorial as well. Funny you saying how jeans shrink...I have about FIVE pairs that have shrunk! ;-)

    Love the hot pot mat, think it would look great with blue, or red - yes red for hot!

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  9. Congratulations on a fantastic post. It was so chatty and funny and a wonderful sewing project as well. Well done!

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  10. Just love your post, I to am having problems with my clothes shrinking, must be the (good life here in Oz) or is it the water!!!

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  11. The snacks were delish, but the tute is extra special, thanks so much. Will give it a go.

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  12. Fiona, I love your sense of humor, going over soon for the snacks!!

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  13. Loved your tutorial, it looks super easy! I'd love to have one made with reds!

    linda

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  14. That was a great post Fiona.. I think I'll make it into a picnic blanket...so ThAnKs...now I'm off to grab a snack! lol! Congrats! :)

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  15. Great tutorial , you have a gift for words . This is a really cute idea for jeans ,I made a baby quilt years ago in this method but your tutorial is much better than how I had to make it.Thanks and I just may have to make one with jeans.

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  16. I will have to pop on over there, looks like a fun post and you know I love the snacks!

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  17. Fiona - I used the technique I learned from you last time you were on Stash Manicure to make a Kindle cover. It was so much fun! Thank you for sharing, and thanks for the detail (and fun) you put into your posts.
    Margaret

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  18. Love your blog, and your tutorial over at Stash....I wouldn't care what color you put with the jeans to make a hotmat! I would just be thrilled to get one! Then I can see, up close and personal, and make some more! LOL
    (Have you noticed, also, that they don't size the jeans correctly any more? Wink!)
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. Your posting was fantastic - I like bright and bold colors - but I also like surprises. I'm off to see how to become a follower of your blog.

    Your new friend - Marie

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  20. love this idea Fiona, I will be giving it a try later on today.
    Had a visit down under a couples years ago, visiting family. Looking forward to doing it again sometime. My hubby found crumpets and pies ( meat) were great and has only found crumpets here in Canada. sew you have a g'day

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  21. I'm popping over from Sew We Quilt where I enjoyed your post. So glad to have found your great blog. I will be back to visit again for sure!

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  22. Looks easy-peasy. Can't wait to try it out. Love bright colors.

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  23. Great tutorial. I love the cathedral window. Made one years ago by hand...but this looks fun. And I like the hot pad idea. Will add this to my christmas list of cute, easy, fun and useful gifts.

    thanks

    cathy

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  24. Fiona what a great tutorial. I can not wait to try that.
    Hugs
    donna

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  25. and gosh how we loved your visit and snacks lol

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  26. I love this technique and plan to try it soon. (I have to do some drudge mending first.) My kitchen has red accents and would love a hot mat with reds.
    njones127 at tampabay dot rr dot com

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  27. Loved your post! You're so fun!
    xx, shell

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