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23 March 2011


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Thank you for the great tutorial! The pillow you made is beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win!


i'm in love ! :o))
it's so adorable !
thank you for the tutorial
and introducing me to the saral paper ! :o))


another amazing Penny creation! I love it so much! It's totally cute and totally you and is going to look awesome with your kitchen object quilt!!

Jane Poh

I love the pillow. I've not used saral paper before and would love to win


Such a pretty pillow, thanks for sharing the tutorial and for the chance to win :o)


Great tutorial and lovely pillow! Thanks for the chance!


Thanks so much Penny. I am sure I would love the paper, but I am just drooling over your scraps. Saving the link for the cushion for a time in life when it won't be thrown on the floor!!


I been wanting to get some Saral tracing paper since I recently read a review ~just haven't found it locally :( I love your pillow and your tutorial is sweet! Thanks for sharing and a chance to win!


What a lovely project! Thank you for the tut and for the chance to win a great product.


Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial! If looks great and I can't wait to make one! SO cool. I especially love the handstitching and the band around the sides.


The circle pillow is awesome. I would love to try the Saral paper for embellishing crazy quilt blocks. Hope I win.


what a fun pillow! you did a fantastic job drawing with your FMQ foot. thanks for the fabulous giveaway and tutorial.


That pillow is fantastic - you make it sound so easy! :-) I'd be thrilled to get a sampler pack because it would be fun to try it out! I haven't done embroidery in a long, long time...


The pillow is wonderful and all the details are just perfect. Love it! Thanks for hosting the giveaway.


That's a great project! I love your redwork. Hooray!

isabel f.

love your pillow!! Gorgeous!!
thanks for the giveaway :9


love the pillow, so fun!! and thanks so much for the giveaway!


thanks for sharing the technique. I like the finished pillow, especially the handstitched piping. I'd love to try the Saral products. thanks!


what a fun project! about halfway through, I knew I needed to find the saral paper - if I look at Hobby Lobby or the like - where is it? With embroidery?


What a great way to start the day, love that pillow! Thanks for the giveaway.



Oooh Penny -- that pillow is just adorable! I LOVE the big stitching -- around the edges!


This is adorable! You could go so many places with this. And I also use your method to make larger circles. It gets the job done!


You are a GENIOUS!! This is absolutely adorable...retro yet totally modern! Love it right down to the fun red stitching!
I'd love to be the lucky winner of your prize package...thanks for a chance!


Your pillow is very sweet! I'd love to be entered into the giveaway. Your scraps look like a lot of fun!

Christie Hatfield

Thanks for the chance!



Thanks for the tutorial Penny - I've never heard of saral paper before!
I'd love to try some!

Phyllis Wilson

Thanks for the great tutorial. Love the pillow! I would love to try that saral transfer paper. Thanks for the chance to win it.


Great pillow. Thanks for the tutorial.


Wow what a fabulous project! I would LOVE to make one! and I've never tried the saral paper, so it would be a great thing to win.


pick me penny! gosh, when I saw this pillow I said out loud 'I wish I could be like penny!' this is so cool and i just love it, it's amazing!


As if the tutorial weren't enough, a giveaway too! I loved the techniques you used here. I'm curious as to why you sewed the fabric to the batting rather than making the entire circle top. Stability for the quilt top without quilting the entire top? Preference to work with smaller pieces? Desire to give me something to ponder for the duration I spent on the Nordic Track? :-)


I love the way that running stitch looks! The pillow is gorgeous!


I LOVE this idea. I think I am going to have to give it a try. Thanks for the tutorial.


What a fun pillow Penny!
thanks for the tutorial, that saral paper looks like fun!


what a great project...thanks for the lovely giveaway!


This is the first time I have read your Blog (found the link at Alamode) Love the tutorial and look forward to trying it. Thanks


I love this pillow, Penny! Great tutorial too :) I have a project in mind for that Saral paper...so I'm keeping my fingers crossed! Thanks for the giveaway!


your pillow is darling - thanks for the giveaway and the great tutorial. i'm looking forward to making my own!


What a great tutorial. I love the vintage style that i think is becoming modern again!

Susan O

Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial on your pillow. So cute! Is the Saral paper available and if so, where? Thanks.


Great giveaway and totally awesome pillow!


I love how you did the edges of your pillow. And what a generous giveaway! The blogosphere has been abuzz about the Saral paper, I can't wait to try it out!


It's great! I was just thinking about using saral paper to mark some fun shapes for quilting. Do you think that would work? Can't wait to see it in person! Must go buy some linen for some napkins!


Your pillow if beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial!

nicke cutler

what a fun giveaway!


I love this pillow! I'd never heard of Saral transfer paper but now I'm itching to get my hands on some!


You come up with the neatest project ideas! I love this pillow! I've never heard of Saral paper before, I would love to try it :)


Great pillow! Thanks for the giveaway...

Nancy R

What a great project. I'd love to give it a try. And that Saral transfer paper makes it look so easy. I have all kinds of ideas when I get my hands on some of that stuff!


Oh jeez, that pillow is so adorable and sophisticated at the same time. Thanks for offering up these goodies to get us going!

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