Friday, April 5, 2013

Oh, How I Wish I Had Ten Sets of Potholders!

Wow, who knew so many of you would throw your name in the hat for the drawing for the two potholders?!  I feel badly that I don't have more of that great fabric.  I would really love to pick a couple more of you as winners.


But one set is all we have to offer, so here we go.

The name drawn was . . . 



::  LEIGH of 5 Acres and A Dream  ::



Leigh, if you will go over to my right hand side bar and send me an e-mail via my Contact button letting me know your mailing address, I'll get the potholders in the mail to you asap.

And a big thanks to everyone who played along with this little give-a-way.  I enjoyed it a big bunch.

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I have a feeling this great feed sack reproduction fabric is not one currently on the shelves in fabric stores but if any of you have seen it for sale or have some you'd be willing to sell me, I'd love to get more of it.  Thanks!

16 comments:

Jenyfer Matthews said...

No feedsack fabric but I think I have some farmish looking fabric I could send your way :)

Mama Pea said...

Jen - Farmish is always good in my book! (Or in my sewing room!) :o}

Tombstone Livestock said...

That fabric is about 15 years old, LOL, I do have more, and several other similar fabrics. Maybe I should take my sewing machine and get it fixed. Even I can make potholders, ooops, that would be another project.

Mama Pea said...

Tombstone Livestock - Fifteen years old!? Rats. Just shows to go ya, if you see something you really like, get it quick because so often they don't make the "cool" stuff more than once.

Yes, ma'am, you should get your sewing machine up and going again. Sewing is another project or hobby to add to your list, but a very creative occupation on days when the weather keeps you inside. (Other than to do your gazillion daily outside chores, of course!)

Susan said...

Congratulations to Leigh! Those lovely potholders will brighten up your kitchen - and they are useful, to boot!

Wendy said...

congrats to the winner! Enjoy those lovely pot holders.

Erin said...

Congrats, Leigh! Mama Pea's potholders are amazing, I still find myself fingering the perfect bindings... then I go to bed and finger the binding on my own quilt and have a good laugh haha! I have a long way to go...

Kelly said...

Congrats to Leigh!
I was hoping to find that in my fabric store and it's 15 yrs. old drats!!!!!!

Annnightflyer said...

Oh darn missed it.

Stephanie said...

Congrats Leigh!

nancy said...

I found a bunch of pillows on etsy-
http://www.etsy.com/listing/94115721/floursack-pillow-cover-feedsack-pillow

Wish I could find their source too of the fabrics...

Mama Pea said...

Erin - Pshaw!!

Leigh said...

Thank you! I am absolutely thrilled.

Pam said...

Yay, Congrats Leigh! Mama Pea, you do lovely things! :)

Mama Pea said...

You're so very welcome, Leigh!

Mama Pea said...

Hi, Pam - Thanks for commenting! And thanks for the nice words.