The December FMQ Challenge, where Patsy Thompson showed us how to create spectacular borders using FMQ.
Before I announce the winners of the December Challenge, I want to take time to recognize all of our sponsors:
Grand Prize winners will be announced later this month.
MONTHLY PRIZE SPONSORS
for the September Challenge.
Quilters Touch LLC
SewCalGal is responsible for shipping the prize bundle directly to winners, with the exception that Quilters Touch will be shipping their prize (Machingers gloves and DVD) directly to the respective winner. As shared previously, this Challenge needs to be about learning/improving our FMQ skills and not about prizes.
The winner of the monthly bundle prize is:
Congratulations to Martha.
Participants of SewCalGal’s 2012 FMQ Challenge can link here, during December, to enter to win a monthly! There will be six lucky winners this month. One will receive the monthly prize bundle. And, thanks to Patsy, five winners will receive a copy of her DVD “4th Volume of Free Motion Fun With Feathers“. This DVD is a 2-volume set that covers all kinds of feather border and feather frame designs. The retail price of this DVD set is $44.95 Winners of this wonderful DVD set will need to pay for shipping, regardless if the winner is a US or International resident. They will be shipped directly to the winners from Patsy’s online store.
A few reminders:
- Bonus Tutorials – Many of the bonus tutorials also have giveaways which those that complete the respective tutorial anytime in 2012 can enter to win a prize. The exception is the December Bonus Tutorial, by Teri Lucas, has a deadline of January 15th.
- Grand Prize winners will be announced sometime in January.
- Everyone is encouraged to continue to use the bonus tutorials that were provided for free by FMQ Experts in 2012 till you feel you’ve mastered them and can apply them on your own quilts. SewCalGal hopes you will take FMQ classes, buy FMQ books and/or DVDs and to continue to practice and broaden your FMQ skills. SewCalGal will be sharing insight about follow-on FMQ Challenges, that will build on your skills that you’ve learned in 2012. But for now, I need to focus on wrapping up the 2012 FMQ Challenge.