Announcement winners giveaway week 3 EQ Seasons RAL

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This morning, the giveaways of week 3 ended, and those of week 4 started.

Click on the logo to enter in the Northcott fabric giveaway

The winner of the Northcott Fabric bundle, a joint giveaway on all participating blogs in week 3, is Mackenzi Jacobs.



The winner of the second 20 USD Inklingo Gift Certificate from my blog, is Carole Corn. I already contacted her this morning. She is already an Inklingoist, and she is thrilled with her prize! I just hope she can decide what to pick from all the fabulous collections Linda has given us in 9 years of Inklingo :-).

Congratulations to Mackenzi and Carole, and to all other winners!! I hope you will take the time to send the generous sponsors of your prizes a thank you note. Find the winners from the other 2015 EQ Seasons RAL giveaways for week 3 on host Marian’s site, here.

If you did not win a prize, remember you still have a couple of weeks with chances to win great prizes! This week, Linda has an Inklingo giveaway on her All About Inklingo Blog, to name just one.

And of course, everybody wins, because you can always try Inklingo for free, right now! You can download two entire, free Shape Collections from the Inklingo freebies page.


The free Diamond Triangle Square pdf includes everything you need to piece a 4.5 inch LeMoyne Star, and it also includes the first Chapter of the Inklingo Handbook!


The free Circle of Hearts collection is for appliqué, and you can print its shapes on fabric in a size you specify. If you have regular cotton quilting fabric, an iron, an internet connection, an inkjet printer and a sheet of Freezer Paper, you could be stitching your free Inklingo block within 15 minutes!

And if you like it, you could try your hand on another design I made, combining the two free Inklingo shape collections.

Star of Myra

Star of Myra – original quilt design by Annika Kornelis, combining the two FREE downloadable Inklingo shape collections!

Last week I showed you a Christmas pattern. This one was designed for our other big December fest, Sinterklaas (5 December). It is called ‘Star of Myra’, and you can read my 2011 post about this design (showing more variations) here.

And last week I forgot to mention this, but you can download the EQ7 project file with both the Inklingo Christmas Tree and the Star of Myra designs through this link from!

XXX Annika


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