Saturday, August 06, 2011

THE PENNANT DIE JUST LOVES FABRIC!!

ESAD retired blog hop


You might have popped on over from the talented KELLY, or you might have just stumbled into our blog hop by “accident”, but you can start here and just continue around the circular blog hop until you get back to your original starting point!  Enjoy 25 blogs that all feature projects made with retiring products for your viewing enjoyment … Have fun!!

cover in full

cover up close

I had a duvet inner and needed a cover for it, and the pennant die makes it so much faster to cut out all those half diamonds than doing it by hand!  I LOVE the pennant die, especially with fabric, it’s so super fast to cut out fabric with.  I am still very much a beginner at this fabric / sewing stuff, but I am quite pleased with the way it turned out!

My Big Shot Club ladies will be getting step by steps instructions and tips on how to make it easier for this project shortly …

Want to See What Else is on the Retiring List?    CLICK HERE FOR THE UP TO THE MINUTE RETIRING LIST

Please be aware that things are already sold out on the retiring list, so make sure you contact your local demonstrator to place your order for items you want off this list asap so you don’t miss out! 


What is ESAD?

All of the participants of the blog hop today are members of ESAD.  ESAD stands for "Extra Special Australasian Demonstrators" and it is an on-line group just for Australian and New Zealand Stampin Up demonstrators.

We so love what we do and not only do we love to share it with our customers, friends, and wonderful blog visitors, but we share our love for what we do with each other as demonstrators.  We run swaps, challenges, tutorials, product know-how, and cyberstamps, and we are always there to help and support each other when it is needed.

So if you are a Stampin' Up! demonstrator located in Australia or New Zealand, then please fee free to click HERE to join our wonderful group

Just in case you have got lost (or there is a link that isn’t working for you), here are the demonstrators participating in today’s blog hop:

Thanks for visiting, enjoy the Blog Hop and have a great weekend!

1.    Keryn Campbell

2.   Richelle Fletcher

3.   Sharlene Meyer

4.   Karen Southwell

5.   Carole Stedman

6.   Monique Fielder

7.   Juliette Chapman

8.   Rebecca Scurr

10.  Yvonne Walker

11.  Dani Fender

12.  Cathy Clark

13.  Tanya Bell

14. Kelly Nelson

15.  Sharlene Torres (you’re already here!)

16.  Kari Hughes

17.  Mel Sharp

18.  Christie Kunkel

19.  Debbie Lamb

20.  Clare Mcilhatton

21.  Michelle Halling

22.  Nicole VanSteelandt Derendorf

23.  Elizabeth Dyson

24.  Joanne Kechagias



We would love to know what you think of the projects in this blog hop, so give us your feedback by leaving comments as you go.

I know that KARI is ready to show you some of her fabulous projects, so pop over and say “hi” …

Keep on stampin’

torressiggy

14 comments:

Keryn Campbell said...

Even tho. I'm not a quilter I love it that are products are so versatile, not just for paper and card.

Monique said...

How great does the quilt look??? Well done, especially as a novice sewer.

Mel said...

Wow! This is just beautiful! TFS xx

Karen said...

What a great use for the pennant die. I would never have thought. TFS

Nicole Derendorf said...

speaking as someone who doesn't sew, this is simply amazing!

Carole Stedman said...

Gorgeous quilt Sharlene xx

Sally W said...

Wow what a fabulous Quilt it makes me wish I could sew. TFS

Juliette Chapman said...

Wow the work that went into this quilt! Just awesome.

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Wow! This is sensational, Sharlene! Wow! I am speechless! Hugs xxaxx

Kathy's Stampin Pad said...

Awesome quilt sharlene, not bad for a "non quilter", cant wait to see it in person

Richelle said...

Awesome work!! Makes me want to buy that die and try it! lol :)

Melinda Christensen said...

Well Done! Wondered if you would get it done in time - looks great...will see it for real I hope tomorrow night.

kari said...

oh my word! what a fabulous quilt! well done!

Becky said...

I love the idea of the big shot to cut these, so much hard work avoided trying to make them all the same lol :) Colour combination is great.