The winner has been announced.

Have you heard about the Helping Japan auctions that are going on all over Craft Gossip right now?  If not, read our announcement and then go to the Helping Japan section that lists all of our auctions.  100% of the money raised will go to Salvation Army to help with relief efforts in Japan.  (Because of shipping costs, this auction is open only to U.S. residents.)

Auction 3 from the Needlework blog. Yes, I made this one, too. Two 2″x2″ micro-quilts mounted in a handpainted chipboard frame. Quilts are quilting cotton and cotton batting, heavily embroidered with clear acrylic pendant beads. On the top quilt, the pendant beads are arranged in a dome and accented with pale blue glass seed beads. On the bottom quilt, the pendant beads are arranged in rows and separated by the same tiny blue glass beads. The background is painted pearl white over a faint harlequin pattern. The frame is painted in metallic blue, sand, and antique gold with touches of copper. 6.5″x12″x1.5″. Frame is fitted to hang. Retail value: US$30. Minimum bid: US$5.

Please enter your bid in a comment to this post. Be sure to include your e-mail address on the comment form so we’ll have a way to contact you if you win. Highest bid at the close of the auction — 11:59 p.m. Central USA time, April 7 — wins the item.

By Denise Felton




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3 Comments so far

  1. squeakie ledman on April 3, 2011 11:07 am

    this looks so cute, i will start the bidding at $7.oo

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  3. Connie G. Barwick on April 4, 2011 6:53 am

    I will raise the bid to $30. Let’s raise some money to help Japan!

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