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Thursday, January 23, 2020

2020 Island Batik Ambassador

I'm so excited to announce that I am an
 Island Batik Ambassador again for 2020.

My first task as an ambassador is to make an unboxing video.
I’ll be sharing projects, quilts, or tutorials each month using the items
from this video.

Not my comfort zone, by the way, but here it is.

I went for the shortest unboxing video.
 Hey, they wanted us to get creative... (insert smiling face here!!!)
It's all in fun, right?
I want to thank Island Batik AurifilHobbs Batting, Accuquilt, and Schmetz Needles for sending me all of these goodies.

You can find the complete list of 
2020 Island Batik Ambassadors
I'll be sharing my first 2020 stitching challenge for Island Batik 

 in the 
Winter Blues Blog Hop 

here on the blog, so come back and check it out.

There's a giveaway happening this week too.
 Just check the other posts this week

This should be a crazy, fun year!

Full disclosure: The products featured here were provided to me free of charge by Island Batik, Aurifil, Hobbs, AccuQuilt GO! and Schmetz.


Quilting Gail said...

Love your short video, Carla!
Quilting Gail

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

You did awesome!

Cindy Shelley said...

Great unboxing

Carol Andrews said...

Great unboxing. Such treasures! Looking forward to seeing what you do with all that fabric goodness! Loving the Winter Blues Hop and all of the amazing projects everyone shared, 😄 Carol

Quilting Tangent said...

Good video, have fun creating with all your goodies!

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Congratulations Carla, great video and lots of beautiful fabrics!

Emily said...

I loved the short video! The colors you got are amazing!!!

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Congratulations on being an Island Batik Ambassador!

usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

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Jennifer Fulton Inquiring Quilter said...

So much fun seeing all the gorgeous fabrics you got! Can't wait to see what you make.