Saturday, October 16, 2010

Urban Circus Giveaway winner + PJ pants

Thanks to everyone who dropped by over the last week to leave a comment about how you have been (or would!) using Urban Circus! It's always so much fun to hear about all the creative ideas you have in store. And to those of you who shared new pictures of what you've been making with the fabric in my Flickr group, an extra special thank you. What gorgeous and inspiring creations!

And now to announce the winner of the giveaway. Chosen by random, the winner is #89 Jennie who said: I would love to make a quilt for my baby granddaughter's room and a wall hanging for her brother's room with this delightful colorful fabric.

Jennie: Fat quarters from the entire collection are headed your way. I really hope your grandkids love what you make with the fabric and that you have a great time sewing with it.



I also want to share a pair of PJ pants I made for myself from the pink Elephants fabric. But since I couldn't model them and photograph them at the same time, you'll have to imagine what they look like. Here they are in an artfully arranged pile. :) A kid at heart, I just couldn't resist a pair of adult PJ pants from the pink elephants. They have quickly become my favorites. Why should the kiddos be the only ones who get to wear animal prints?!


It's a beautiful day here in Austin so I'm headed out to enjoy the rest of my afternoon outside. I hope everyone has a wonderful, wonderful weekend!

6 comments:

Leslie said...

these are perfect jammie pants

badlandsquilts said...

Cute jammies!

Kelly Irene said...

I almost picked up that same fabric yesterday for pajama pants!!! Unfortunately I have about 3 more weeks worth of projects to catch up on before any sewing like that for me :/

Sally said...

What a great idea, to make some pajama pants from the pink elephants! I think I have enough of this fabric to make myself a pair of pajama pants :-)

Becky said...

I positively live in my jammie pants and t-shirts. Working from home has its perks ya know. And why not have some fun fabric while we're wearing 'em?

Susan said...

If I were making those PJs.... I can guarantee you my elephants will be upside down... LOL