Sunday, February 15, 2015

And the Winner of a Copy of Fabric Printing at Home is...

Jenclair of Bayou Quilts and Dolls! Congrats! I hope you enjoy reading about and using the kitchen printing techniques in Fabric Printing at Home. There's still so much to explore and many more techniques to be found in the book. Please send me your mailing address ( so the publisher can get your copy off to you.

I've been keeping track of your comments and decided to put the names of those of you who stopped by most frequently (and haven't yet won anything) into the hat for a secondary prize. So congrats go to Norma Conway! I'll be sending along 3 silk scarf blanks so you can make some of your own beautiful "kitchen inspired" scarves! Please send me your mailing address ( so I can send you your prize.

Thank you all for stopping by and leaving your comments. I enjoyed learning from you and hope you enjoyed learning from me and the 13 other fabulous fiber artists on the Tour. Now that you've had a little taste of what's in Fabric Printing at Home...I hope you will go and purchase a copy. Just click on the highlighted title anywhere in this blog post and it will take you to the Quarry Books page displaying my book information. You can decide to purchase the book directly from the publisher or click on the icons on the page to head over to your favorite online bookseller. OR if you have a local shop you'd like to support, please purchase a copy there. In any case, once you've read the book, I'd love it if you would write a review of it on Amazon...Thanks!

If you happen to be a Washington D.C. "local" then you're in luck! I will be having a book signing event this Thursday, February 19 from 6-9 PM at a wonderful shop in Falls Church, VA., called, Stifel & Capra. All you have to do is RSVP:

I hope you will continue to stop by my blog to see what I'm up to. You can probably tell that I love to teach! If you live in the Washington D.C. area, consider taking a class with me. I always have a list of my upcoming classes posted in the left-hand column of this blog. If you don't live nearby...maybe I can come to you. Do you belong to a fiber or quilt guild? Maybe we can set up a class or two!

To keep in touch with me in the virtual world please "like" my Facebook page, Julie B Booth Surface Design. You can also become a "follower" of my blog by clicking on the "Join this Site" box in the right-hand column.

Don't forget to subscribe to my free monthly online newsletter, Julie B Booth Surface Design News! Just put your email address in the box and "click" on the Subscribe button in the right-hand column. My newsletter arrives as a monthly email. In it you'll get a new surface design technique or project similar to what you experienced during this blog tour. Check out the archives of past newsletters to see what it's all about!

Thanks again for stopping by and taking part! I so enjoyed all the positive creative energy generated...I just want to bottle it! Cheers!

There's still time to enter book giveaways at some of the guest blogs:

February 2 (winner: Emily Vanderlinden): Lisa Chin 
February 3 (winners: Jan Buffington and Marcia Coling): Lynn Krawczyk
February 4 (winner will be chosen end of Feb 13): Jane Davila
February 5 (winner of book and fabric: Monica Weidmann): Carol R. Eaton
February 6 (winners: Jean and Dottie): Judy Gula 
February 7(winner: Deb Clarke): Susan Purney Mark 
February 8 (winner: Textile Recycler): Teri Lucas 
February 9 (winners: Pam (Stashbee) and Alison): Jennifer Coyne Qudeen 
February 10 (winner will be chosen on Feb 17): Deborah Boschert 
February 11 (winners: Carole Gold and Dawn Jones): Lynda Heines 
February 12 (winner will be chosen 5PM on Feb 16): Cheryl Sleboda 
February 13 (book winner: Sew Quilt Embroider; fabric winner: Brenda): Terri Stegmiller 
February 14 (winner will be chosen on Feb 18): Jackie Lams


  1. It was a fun blog hop! Best of luck with your book sales - I'm sure it will go like hotcakes!!

    1. Thanks, Carole! Thanks for all your great comments throughout the Tour.

  2. Oh I am pretty stoked up about my win. This is exactly what I need to make fabric lining. I feel so fortunate today. 3 pieces of silk!! *smiles* Norma

  3. This is so exciting just seeing what you all do! And congrats to the winner!!! Or should I say nice of you.

  4. This has been fun and I had a win...very exciting. So nice to see others efforts in fabric design and I will be adding their sites to my bookmarks...thank you!