Welcome to the Peek a Who? Blog Hop
Thanks Marian for hosting this event.
Whoo’s on the list?
You’ll find the complete schedule below. There are several giveaways to enter, too. Be sure to check Marian’s blog at Seams to be Sew each day for a free pattern, too.
I sewed this cute owl and posted about it last week as part of the Fall Into a QAL which I am co-hosting.
But I finished appliquéing it this past Friday.
Wouldn’t he make a cute pillow?
Peek a Who? Blog Hop Schedule
Monday, October 22, 2018
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Friday, October 26, 2018
Thank you sponsors!
Please enter by clicking below. You will be redirected to rafflecopter. You will need to leave a comment on my blog and then you can check that you’ve done so on the rafflecopter and be entered to win. Due to the high volume of comments during giveaways, I may not be able to respond to everyone. Know that I value and appreciate your comments. They make my day extra sweet!
If the links below don’t work, you can enter this same giveaway at Seams to be Sew. Be sure to check her blog each day this week for your free pattern and to enter all the giveaways.
Calibre Art is also doing a sale for us of 50% off their mats during this week. If you’ve purchased one of these mats in the past, you already know how wonderful they are. Each day, 5 lucky people will be awarded a coupon to purchase their mats at 50% off. If you are one of the 5 lucky people who win this coupon, you’ll have until November 1, 2018, to use the code for your mat purchases. Click below or go to Seams to be Sew to enter. This offer is for US residents only because Amazon does not ship these mats outside of the USA.
What I Learned Today:
- Read everything even the fine print! I just might find the information that I need.
- We have made progress with handling our apple harvest. We now only have 68 grocery bags filled with apples left to deal with.
- I am stuck in an apple rut. I’ve cidered them, eaten them fresh, dried them, sauced them, turned them into crisps and several different kinds of pies.
Question: What do you do with apples? Help, I need more ideas!!
Thanks for stopping by and do come again.
Karen, Tu-Na Quilts