Saturday, September 15, 2012

Winner, winner, Apples and Honey for Dinner

Yes, I realize that the phrase is usually, "Winner, winner, chicken dinner." But, Rosh Hashannah, Jewish New Year, starts tomorrow night and I've got images of apples and honey swirling in my brain. That and the thought of how much fun I'm going to have making lunch for the 20 or so folks I've invited over on Monday.
Better get crackin' on that.
First though I have to announce the winners of the giveaway.
They are:

Phyllis Van said...
Austin in February, not a bad idea.
Love your new fabric.


 robin chapa said...What a great block! Can't wait to try that-- thank you!

Ok, Phyllis and Robin, email me at with your addresses and I will send you each a little fabric treat.

To all those who celebrate and even if you don't,  I wish you a Shanah Tova V'metukah, a very sweet and happy new year!


Di~ said...

Malka, I'm glad to have found your blog. The minute I could get my hands on Stitched In Color I devoured it. I thought the model in it must be you :) am I the only one who thought that!? I've been a fan of yours for many years. So fun to see your fabric in the local quilt stores here in Idaho. Thanks.

neshamamama said...

Shana Tova U'metukah to you too.

Kate said...

Congrats to the winners!

Shammickite said...

Just browsing and after reading your previous post I just had to do a Google search on Leslie Cochran. I'd never heard of him as I live in Canada.... I don't keep up with the Austin news! What an interesting character. How wonderful that he ran for mayor, he addressed very serious issues in Austin, he was loved and respected by the citizens, and he was given a memorable send-off by the people of Austin at his death. We could do with more of those quirky off-the-wall people. What a shame he's gone.