Saturday, July 23, 2016

CHRISTMAS IN JULY WITH ISLAND BATIK and a Giveaway







JULY ALREADY





 
It has been awesome weather here in eastern Washington for most of the month. Temperatures in the 70's, a little rain, a little wind, and lots of sunshine. I have been enjoying the weather and I feel for everyone that has been warm warm and warmer. It is a little hard to think of Christmas when the weather is warm but it doesn't hurt to plan ahead. I made a reversible table runner with Island Batiks Holiday Happenings. 







 This side of the runner was made from a tutorial by Kaye Woods.
 This side of the runner was made from a tutorial by Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt.
 I am going to have a giveaway. Since I don't have much of that fabric left I will have to use a different line. All you have to do is leave a comment and let me know which side of the runner you like and you can always go to the store and look at the new Island Batik stacks.I also have some new Christmas charm packs on sale, you can look at while you are there.

30 comments:

  1. I have to say that I like the Kaye Woods side best - but both are really nice designs.

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  2. I like the Kaye Woods one, I have not seen that one before.

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  3. I think both sides are lovely, but I too am drawn to the one by Kaye Woods. Off to search for the tutorial, as well as check out your store.

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  4. I like them both and am drawn to the Kaye Woods side.

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  5. A hard choice as they are both great, but I think the Kaye Woods side wins it for me.

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  6. I like that it is reversible. Both are nice but I think I'm drawn to Jenny Doan's a little more.

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  7. I like the Jenny Doan side best.

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  8. I like both sides. Can't really decide which I like better. The Kaye Woods side by an ooch!

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  9. I love that is reversibleand you gave a great idea for my next runner and my best favorite side is the one made following Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt.

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  10. I like the Jenny Doan side the best. I love batiks.

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  11. I like the runner made from a tutorial by Jenny of Missouri Star Quilt. It turned out lovely.

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  12. I like both maybe Jenny's a little better.

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  13. Jeanette - Making that reversible was a super idea. It looks beautiful!

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  14. I like Jenny's side best. That is a beautiful runner and a great idea to make it double sided.

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  15. Both sides are beautiful, but I especially love the outward movement in the Jenny Doan side. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous work. It must have taken some serious drafting to get the two different patterns to fit together so perfectly! And thanks for the chance to win some luscious fabric.

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  16. I am drawn to the Jenny Doan side. It's great that you can flip the runner over as your mood flips! Enjoy them both! This would be great in any combination of fabrics, especially bright batiks.

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  18. I like the side of the runner that was made from a tutorial by Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt.
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  19. I really like both sides, but Jenny Doan's side really calls to me. It's telling me "You want to make me, Go to the fabric store so you can make me!!!!" So I think I will make the table runner with both sides.

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  20. I like them both but the Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt side got my eye.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  21. Both are beautiful, but I prefer the Kaye Woods side.

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  22. I like the Jenny Doan French Braid one, but both are nice!

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  23. I love Jenny's side. The pattern is spread out more and reminds me of water ripples.

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  24. Both sides are beautiful, but I like the Jenny Doan pattern slightly more. :)

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  25. I love the Jenny Doan side of your table runner the best. Very pretty!
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  26. If I have to pick a favorite, I'll pick the Jenny Doan side. jadahlgr at yahoo dot com

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Comments are always welcome and definitely enjoyed.