Congratulations Melissa - it looks amazing! Sewing & trying new recipes is my cup of tea.
Katie, I couldn't find an e-mail for you, so please get ahold of me within a week or I will draw a new winner.
QuiltWoman.com (my book publisher) has given me permission to show all the projects in the book. That way if you're on the fence about purchasing it, this may be the push you need to take the plunge. Also make sure you purchase by Friday because it's $5 off until then! Just visit my Lilac Lane etsy shop.
January is about fresh starts: Spinning Scraps Quilt, Barley, Flax and Wheat Bread, Organizing your Sewing Room, Forcing Tulips, Scrapbooking with Fabric
February is about love: Love Letter pillow, Chalkboard Pots, Triple Chocolate Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting
March is about friendship: Butterfly Quilt, Forcing Budding Branches, Friendship Bread, HoneySweet Cross Stitch
April is about new life: Make Life Quilt, Red Pepper Soup, Natural Easter Egg Dyes
May is about remembering: Aunt Beth's Quilt, May Baskets, Grandma Margie's Potato Salad, Memory Bag
June is about outdoors: Old Fashioned Bottle Holder, Paper Flowers, Scrambled Eggs on the Barbeque Grill, How Does Your Garden Grow Quilt
July is about patriotism: Stars and Stripes Quilt, Strawberry Ice Cream, Salsa, Flower Arranging
August is about fruitfulness: Blue Ribbon Plum Jam, Fresh Flowers Embroidery, Fall Stars Table Runner, Water Bath Canning
September is about change: Twinkle Little Star Doll Quilt, All Aflutter Skirt, Skillet
October is about harvest: Diamonds All Around Quilt, marinara sauce, A Fall Wreath, Pesto
November is about giving thanks: Don't Forget the Birds!, Scraps Galore Quilt, Pillowcase Embroidery, Day After Thanksgiving Soup
December is about joy: Painted Ornaments, Grannie's Old Fashioned Caramels, This Little Light of Mine Quilt, Antique Tablecloth Stocking