Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Block Nine Winners!

Winners, winners, we have some winners! 

Oh, but first, super quick, I've gotten some questions regarding putting the quilt together.  I will be providing those instructions after the last block.  I haven't decided on the timing yet.  I had been planning to give it to you the usual two weeks after the last block.  Lately I have been thinking about giving it to you sooner.  Maybe I will give it to you after the winners for the last block is announced.  I think that is what I will do.  Any objection?

Okay, so now the winners. . . .

First, the winner of Kari Ramsay's 12 Days of Christmas jelly roll is:

iambuzzysma!


And the winner of the jelly roll from me is:

laurajo06!


And now for the fine print:


These are the Flickr usernames. I have emailed both winners via Flickr mail. I have also posted their blocks to help identify the winners. Email me (kluckau@moosequilts.com) to claim your prize.

Remember, if you didn't get your block done, no worries. There will be another drawing in two weeks! Any blocks posted between now and then will be entered into the next drawing.

Thanks for playing everyone! Keep on quilting!

7 comments:

Gene Black said...

Wow only two blocks left to make! This has flown by!

Grethe said...

Thanks,good idea to give us the instruction just after the last blockwinner :-)
I did my 7+8+9 last weekend as I did have a break while my arm rested in a cast! Just so you know,as I am sure out of 388 members you really must have mist me !!!!!
I have enjoyed this JR Quilt Along,14 days on each block has been fine.And looking forward to finish the whole quilt in August:-)

Staci said...
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Staci said...

Oh please, please! The sooner the better on the finishing instructions! You know we'll all be psyched to finish up as soon as that last block comes off the machine! Giving the finishing instructions sooner than later will help us all keep that momentum to finish going!

Mary said...

I have been following this sampler since it started, and today I can finally post a picture of all my blocks. I just did not know what I wanted to use, and got my jelly roll last month. I am pleased with how it is turning out.

GeeGee said...

I have enjoyed doing the Jelly Roll blocks although I cannot post any pictures since I do not own a camera and they are too large to scan. (What a pity too, missing the fun of maybe winning one of your great prizes.) This quilt will certainly be special since each block is designed by a different designer. Looking forward to the final blocks and finishing instructions. The time has gone by quickly. As the old saying goes,"Time flies when you're having fun" and this has been a "fun project". Thank you for posting such a unique quilt along.

jaycadiram said...

Just found your blog and I'm really enjoying it... Lots of great info and tips. Thanks!