Friday, April 9, 2021

Happy Mail - Thank You to Slice of Pi Quilts and Hartland Quilt Shop & Sewing Studio

 First, I was actually surprised to learn  "21 Things You'd Be Surprised You Can Actually Mail", including a beach sandal.  Now that should certainly qualify as Happy Mail.

Today I want to say Thank You to Laural of Slice of Pi Quilts and and Emily of Hartland Quilt Shop and share insights with you about the "Happy Mail" they sent me.  I had so much fun participating in the "Exploding Hearts QAL", hosted by Slice of Pi Quilts. Needless to say I was surprised and delighted to receive "Happy Mail" from Laural letting me know I won an amazing prize from one of her very generous sponsors for this QAL.

Before I could get over the shock and surprise of winning (I really was just so delighted to participate in the QAL), I received an email from Emily of Hartland Quilt Shop letting me know I had won a $100 gift certificate to her store. Wait, it gets better!  

I can honestly say I was delighted to virtually shop at Hartland Quilt Shop and very happy with their customer service.  While this shop is new to me, I will definitely be shopping with them in the future.  They have a great selection of fabrics, kits, pre-cuts, quilt patterns, bag patterns, apparel fabrics, apparel patterns, batting. books, machine embroidery and so much more.  This is an awesome online quilt shop, which I dream about one day visiting in person.  But in the meantime, I will happily shop with them virtually.

So, what did I use my gift certificate for?

I asked for a red, white & black kit to make another Exploding Hearts Quilt.

What a lovely collection of fabrics, perfect for an Exploding Hearts Quilt.

I'm also fascinated with this fabric tassle that was on the package.  Super cute and looks to me like a great way to use small scraps of fabric to add to packages.  Very clever.  

What do you think about this Happy Mail?  Have you received any Happy Mail this week?

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1 comment:

QuiltGranma said...

Did you realize that the tassel was made from the cut off folds when they cut fat quarters?