Thursday, March 12, 2009

Australian Present form Julie!

I won a contest that my Australian friend Julie has at:
Julie1960-quiltsfromdownunder.blogspot.com

Every week until Easter she will post a photo of herself, you have to guess what she might be doing, the country she is in and the location. Isn't fun, it's like doing a virtual travel! :)
If you guess correctly and you are the first to leave a comment she will send you a present!
Isn't she sweet!

I am so excited, I won! She sent me 2 fat quarters and an Australian Magazine! This is my first Australian magazine! I am showing you few of the pages:


This Fishnet quilt looks like a fun project, I think it will be pretty if I do all different colors for every square!

My hubby love squares, I think he will be big fan of this "Ten Squared" quilt!
It is always fun to look at quilts and get inspired! I love the tree quilt!
I have to thank my hubby, because I asked him for help and he knew it was China. Thank you Julie for the lovely present from far away!

Happy Sewing!

6 comments:

Domestic Designer said...

The quilts are really pretty and you are really lucky to have won the giveaway! Have a great day!

Millie said...

Zlaty,
Lucky you to win an Australian present from Julie! That is a cute present and it says "Zlaty" all over. Isn't the blogging quilters the best and nicest people ever.

You have a great sewing day or just paging through your new magazine!
Hugs,
Millie

Tam said...

Congrats Zlaty!!
I really like the Australian quilting and stitching magazines VERY inspiring and always filled with great projects.
I agree with Millie blogging quilters are the best!
I'm off to bake some real Apple Cake now :D
Hugs2u,
Tam

Jackie said...

What a nice package of goodies! I've never seen an Australian quilting magazine...I hear they generally feature amazing projects! I like the ones you've picked out.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Lucky lady you!! What great fun to win a giveaway... enjoy!

MamaDaniel said...

i love to read Aussie's magazine too.. Love your blog.. Thanks.
(Zila, Kuala Lumpur)