Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Nasty Little Pocketses


Month 7: April 4, 2012

It's a little late today, but I hope it's worth the wait...we have lots of great pictures! Be sure to scroll all the way down for all the quilty goodness!

Prizes for Fandom In Stitches!
As we mentioned previously, we received a HUGE donation of posters earmarked for FiS prizes. What kind of posters are we talking about? We've got movie posters, music posters, cable television posters...the list goes on! We even have fancy window-cling posters that can be used as is or can be adhered to glass or a similar surface!

There are so many, in fact, that this month's winner will receive three movie-sized posters of his or her choice from our prize collection! How's that for fun? 

Have questions? Check out our FAQ!

New This Week on Fandom In Stitches:
(click on the image for pattern) 


There and Back Again Monthly Pattern Posts:
TABABOM photos from the FiS flickr group:
03Road
by TyzyPluis

Month #5 - The Bridge to Rivendell
by ede_14

Month #4 - Sting
by ede_14

Month #1 - Gandalf
by ede_14

One Ring to Rule Them All
by Melefim

ring
by Iridalia

The One Ring
by Mariarose3685

02Coats
by TyzyPluis

01Gandalf
by TyzyPluis

The Preciousssssss
by kiteflyer532


Our March Sponsor:

March brings us a new sponsor and a new prize! Amber's Originals is owned and operated by crochet princess Amber. 

Amber specializes in customized crochet designs, just like the awesome prize she's offered up for this month's winner: a custom created TABABOM keepsake cushion!

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Remember, to be entered to win this one-of-a-kind prize, add your There and Back Again block photos to the Fandom In Stitches flickr group

Only TABABOM photos from the flickr group that are posted in March will be eligible for the sponsored drawing. ALL flickr entries will be eligible to win a set of three posters! The March drawing will take place April 3, 2012.

Join the FiS group on Facebook to chat about your TABABOM or any other FiS project!


More Great Photos from our flickr group:




top2
by ingrid_mulder



The most important car... no, the most important object in pretty much the whole universe.
Dean's Baby (Detail)
by Melefim

No time to read? How about the audiobook, brilliantly narrated by Rob Inglis?

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