Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Thankful Thursday give away


I am thankful everyday that I am a quilt artist and teacher. Being a quilt artist, teacher and fabric dyer brings me so much pleasure and happiness AND lots of new friends all the time.

As a teacher at the big quilt shows we receive many new products and freebies from the sponsors who support the shows. I can’t possibly use all of them. I decided a long time ago to concentrate on the things that really grab my attention and not be distracted by all the great things to do out there. I would never get anything done.

SOOO this Thursday I will ship off this little packet of goodies to a reader who leaves me a comment. There is a free sample of Steam a Seam 2, two iron on RhineStuds, A sample of American spirit batting, a pillow corner template – oh I would love to make some new pillows – and a pair of cut and clip scissors.



I know you could use all of these so leave me a comment any time through the end of Thursday to receive this nice gift package.


Stray Stitches said...

What a great giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity to enter :)

Anonymous said...

What a nice thing to do with the "extras" that you can't use. Thanks for the giveaway!

Lynn said...

Looks like a pretty nice give away to me - what a good idea to give away things you don't need. I need to clean out my "stuff" and do something similar. Would love to win your give away though.

Chay said...

Your fabric is beautiful. Last Christmas I made a table runner using some of your gradated green fabric; gradations were new to me but I'm hooked. I love that it doesn't ravel! Your work has made me think about fabric and design in a new way, so thanks. And as a fellow dog lover, I always enjoy seeing George.

rvquilter said...

Great items for a giveaway!
thanks for the chance to win.
Love your blog

Janny said...

I love your fabric and I learnt a lot from your book "fabric to dye for".
Thanks for the giveaway!

QuilterLaura said...

Thank you so much for the fun giveaway! LOVE your work!

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