Tessellating Diamonds Quilt Pattern Giveaway

When I received an email from Annie’s Craft Store recently, offering to let me give away one of their patterns on my blog, I happened to be sitting with a couple of ladies from my quilt guild. So, rather than try to make the decision about which one I’d offer on my own, I let them choose. They both thought this Tessellating Diamonds quilt pattern was pretty, and looked fun to make. I think they’re right, so here we go!

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Tessellating Diamonds Quilt from Annie's Craft Store

This pattern uses a pack of 2 1/2” strips and some solid black fabric. If you haven’t tried strip piecing before, this would be a great place to start.

Tessellating Diamonds Quilt at Annie's Craft Store

There are three ways to enter to win this digital quilt pattern. You can visit my Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram pages. You’re not required to follow or comment on any of those (although you’re definitely welcome to 😊). Be sure to click on each entry method within the entry box below to make sure your entries are recorded.

And the fine print:

Giveaway begins Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 6:00 am Pacific and ends Wednesday, May 22, 2019, 11:59 pm Pacific. Prize is one DIGITAL copy of the Tessellating Diamonds Quilt Pattern from Annie’s Craft Store. Giveaway is open to anyone over the age of 18. Only one entry per entry method per person, for a total of four entries. Winner will be chosen at random on May 23, 2019 and will be notified via email. Prize will be delivered digitally by Annie's Craft Store.

Good luck!

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Friday Favorites No. 320

Is it March that the "in like a lion, out like a lamb" saying belongs to? If that's the case, I guess we're looking at a crazy end to this month, but the break from the rain and snow is appreciated for now. You've probably heard Oregon mocked for its ridiculous amount of rainfall, but we've been breaking precipitation records here lately. It isn't so much the water falling from the sky that gets to me, it's what sits on the ground. I'm so over all the mud!

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I might be the only one left who hasn't made a casserole dish carrier, but I really like the way this one from Little Bit Funky comes together. Besides, anytime I can sew and end up with a finished product in under half an hour, I'm in.

If you've considered dabbling in leather, this pretty traveler's notebook cover from Unhurried Home might be a good place to start.

Oh, how I love chimichangas, but when you're trying to avoid fried food they're not usually an option. Thanks to this baked version from The Girl Who Ate Everything, I don't have to give them up!

It's not too soon to get a jump on Easter, especially if you're making anything by hand. This woven fabric basket pattern from SundayGirlDesigns on Etsy is adorable, and would be even more so full of colorful eggs.

With no little ones in my house, I don't make a lot of stuffed things these days, but this book has me looking for a reason. Tilda's Toy Box by Tone Finnanger has so many sweet things in it I'd buy it just for the photos. I can't decide if I love this doll's hair tie, jacket or bloomers the most!

You can find these, and my previous Friday Favorites, on my Crafty Staci’s Friday Favorites Pinterest board!