Monday, April 23, 2012

Random Numbers picked #18

Yvonne was the eighteenth commenter of the week and is the lucky winner of a my slightly used Tablet Keeper directions and a 1/2 yard of special dyed fabric.

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This weeks winner will receive a free pattern of Petite Trilliums and a fat quarter of hand dyed fabric.

Start leaving your comments now and at the end of the week Random Numbers.com will pick the lucky winner.

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Petite Trilliums pattern.

18 comments:

AliC said...

Love those hand-dyed fabrics, and all the patterns you create!

Debbie said...

The Petite Trilliums is a fun looking pattern, Frieda. Even more so with a piece of your fabric to make it with. Thanks!

Yvonne said...

Thank you so much!

Janice said...

I love the colors in the Petite Trilliums quilt.

Author said...

I loved your blogpost about the benefits of your daily walk. You are a very talented and insightful lady!

patchouli moon studio said...

Gorgeous fabric and pattern.

Jennifer said...

Whew...those colors are fantastic! Love seeing your work.

Debi said...

I love your fabrics, the colors are awesome.
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Suztats said...

Petite trilliums is a lovely pattern! I'd love to win it. Have a dlorious week.

hueisei said...

Beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

Gill said...

What a beautiful quilt!
I would love to be able to grow trilliums in my garden!!

Shawn said...

Very beautiful- love the colors!

Liz Renner said...

mememememe... pick meeeee!

Cornwoman said...

Congratulations Yvonne! Lucky you!!

I would LOVE to win your Petite Trilliums pattern and some of your hand dyed fabric!!! Please count me in!

Cheryl Gebhart said...

Your patterns and fabrics are always perfect together - and you've very generous to be giving them away!

Diane J. Evans said...

Oooh, how generous -- I'd love to win some of your fabric, Frieda.

Diane

Chris Chambers said...

Love your hand-dyes. Just picked up your book on fabric dye-ing. Can't wait to get started. Thanks for the contest!!

SewLindaAnn said...

Ooh I love Trilliums! I had them all over the woods when I lived in Tenn.

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