Tuesday, July 5, 2016

#BraveQuilter Winner for June



Low Immersion Dyed FQ's

These 2 fat quarters are packed and ready for the June winner of #BraveQuilter. The Random Number Generator said #2, so...


Congratulations to Abigail at Cut & Alter
for being the #BraveQuilter Winner for June!




You can read about Abigail's self challenge, her goal, and meeting her own expectations to be a #BraveQuilter. Visit her post, and send a hearty congratulations across the pond. A jump and cheer for everyone who participated in these past few months, and thank you for supporting each other as you visited and commented on each person's personal goal and journey. What a fine group you are!

#BraveQuilter's next linky party is set for September 1-4, 2016, but you can start now to think of which direction you want to grow. What new thing do you want to learn? We'll cheer you on, whatever that goal may be. In the meantime...

Come on, Doxie girls.
Let's go sew.






6 comments:

  1. Woohoo!!!! That has really cheered me up after a difficult day yesterday. Thanks Julie - both for hosting and for the lovely FQs coming my way!!!

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  2. Congratulations to you Abigail. I'm so happy for you.

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  3. Congratulations to Abigail! I'm sorry to say Julie due to machine issues I didn't complete my brave quilter challenge but maybe next month : )

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    1. Lisa, this shouldn't be anything to sweat bullets over, but I'm glad you're thinking about it. I'll see you in September then. Have a good summer break!

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