Magazine Winner

Today is THE day to draw for a winner of the July/August 2020 issue of Quiltmaker magazine!

I enjoyed reading your answers to my question, “For whom could you make the ‘Math Whiz’ quilt?” Happily, I found that the design has lots of appeal because you all know someone who is “into” math. I loved Maridee’s idea of modifying the design for four placemats with one symbol on each. (Click here to link to the blog post and scroll down to see the other comments.)

For the drawing of a free magazine, #6 came up as the winner. Ironically, that is Maridee! Congrats, Maridee. I will send you the magazine as well as some of the number print so you can make the four placemats. You’ll only need to raid your stash for the blue, black, and red fabrics.

If you are unable to find the July/August 2020 issue of Quiltmaker at your favorite newsstand, you can find it in the shop of Currently they are offering print and digital editions.

Incentive for the “Sisters” QAL – On Friday, July 31, QAL participants have the opportunity to comment “DONE” if they have completed the 12″ and the 6″ “Round Rosie” blocks, the “Sisters” blocks for July. If you have finished the July blocks, your name will be in the drawing for the September/October 2020 issue of McCall’s Quilting magazine.

If you are new to the Abyquilts blog, it’s not too late to join our quilt along. Just click the SISTERS BOM QAL in the menu to link to the page with instructions. You, too, can participate in the drawing if you complete the July blocks this week; catch up on the other blocks as you have time.

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