Giveaway Winner and Latest Project
The winner of Polymer Clay Simply Made is…. Anne L. Congratulations, Anne! Please leave a comment so I can send you a download link. Thanks a lot for all the entries and all the nice comments too 🙂
I thought it was time for a well earned rest after finishing the Polymer clay book, we had a ridiculous heatwave here too, so it was far too hot to blink without sweating. I took refuge downstairs where it was a bit cooler for a few days and then had a look through my felt box to see what I could work on next. I found the pink nuno pieces I made for Ann’s Challenge and decided to work on those. I started with the larger piece I made for a notebook cover. I’d measured carefully when I made the piece so I’d get the ruffles just on the front and back. This is the front:
I must have measured properly because it worked out well. I didn’t want any of the ruffles where the flaps for the inside would go.
I’m going to swap the notebook for a red one, then list this on etsy. I’ve already cut the other piece for making a camera case, so as long as it stays cooler, I’ll work on that next.
12 thoughts on “Giveaway Winner and Latest Project”
Thank you Zed – this is a wonderful surprise and I’m absolutely delighted to have been picked to receive your book. It couldn’t have happened at a better time. I’m will be using it a lot. Thank you again.
Your notebook cover is very effective and eye-catching. I look forward to seeing the camera cover next.
Thanks Anne 🙂
I’ve emailed the download code to you.
I had to get my old hand cranked machine out for the camera case, I’ve managed to break my electric one!
Congratulations to Anne. You’ll love the book.
Zed, wonderful book cover. I love the ruffles and the color!
Thanks, Marilyn 🙂
The book cover is great. Good planning on ruffle placement.
Thanks, Ruth 🙂
I think I remember you being a little disparaging about your pink piece when you made it – good job you worked with it though because that notebook cover is absolutely gorgeous! I think you should make more the same for Etsy.
Thanks, Lyn 🙂
It does look a lot like a house coat my Gran had in the 70’s 🙂
Congratulations to Anne, its a great book. Zed the cover is wonderful you did great with the placement of the ruffles. Sorry to hear you broke your sewing machine.
Thanks, Anne 🙂
Me too, I’d just cut up lots of natural coloured felt and laid it out to sew book covers. The needle won’t pick up the bobbin thread, even though I took the parts out, cleaned it and replaced.