Family Bethlehem Star quilt

Family Bethlehem Star quilt

Sunday, March 20, 2011

A Long Overdue Giveaway!


I have a little giveaway for you - just a little something to say "Thank You" for following along with my days at Taylorsoutback.


All you have to do is leave a comment on this blog posting. The winner will be chosen randomly next Sunday, March 27th and posted on that day's blog. (Be sure to leave a way to contact you if your name is drawn!)

So here 'tis...
This fabric covered box is perfect for any quilter or other needlework artist. Lots of little nooks and crannies to stash needles, threads, little scissors, etc. Or it could be used to store secret little treasures...A couple of years ago, I made one for myself and now she has a twin sister who needs a home...yours is the one with the little red tassel...
Being part of the blogging community has impacted my corner of the world. "Meeting" other quilters, artists, gardeners, chefs and decorators has opened up so much inspiration and encouragement. The quality and content of writing I have discovered on your own blogs has enriched my life so much. Through you I have been introduced to new techniques in quilting, music I have grown to love, books that have become favorites, gardening advice so sweetly shared and online friendships that are treasured. Thank you!


Wrapping up this posting with what has been accomplished this week...
Block #7 in the Beyond the Cherry Tree project

Block #12 in the Civil War Quilt project 
Louisiana
Thank you so much for being here, Dear Reader, and don't forget to leave that comment! 
Have a good week everyone...


Pat

28 comments:

  1. I have to agreee about how wonderful blogging has been. So much inspiration and encouragement.
    I'd love to win the fabric covered box- it is so pretty!

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  2. There are so many creative quilters out there in blog land. And they share their love of quilting in so many ways. Thanks for the sweet giveaway. The covered box is awesome!

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  3. What a sweet covered box - perfect for any sort of stitchery.
    ....love that Beyond the Cherry Tree square.

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  4. Hi Pat,

    Love the post. Blogging is fun, although I spend less time sewing than I used to. I am doing Civil War quilt along too! You didn't say whether you are sending overseas, so I presume not. It would be too hard to post the box. They are both lovely.

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  5. What fun! That is a super creative box!

    Love the cherry tree block!

    Thanks for the chance!

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  6. Pat - YOU win the prize for being the first to use some "nervous-sticks" fabric in one of your projects! (See #12 block above, then visit Cottonopia blog for more examples of this interesting fabric design element).
    I'm also here to testify that Pat's Violet Jelly is not only lovely to look at, but delicious too....it pays to live in north-central Wisconsin! : )

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  7. I am really enjoying reading about your sampler quilt... and the box looks great

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  8. As usual your blocks are beautiful and I would love to be consdered for winning your lovely box.

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  9. Yes, I think blogging has been the best thing for my quilting. I get more from blogs than from any magazine or guild, it's fabulous. I'm loving the BTCT blog as well, keeping me motivated! What a lovely giveaway, thanks for the chance!

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  10. I just found your blog - looking for the birthday quilt! The sewing box is adorable

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  11. Love the box and your blog, Pat! Keeping my fingers crossed!

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  12. Love your cherry trees and civil war quilt blocks. Very inspirational. Would absolutely love to win your beautiful little box.
    debbie@maceng.com.au

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  13. Have you gotten your hands unstuck from the glueing on that lovely box???...I too have been the recipient of the violet jelly in the past...guess we will have to wait a few more weeks for the next batch to be collected with the predicted weather! See you soon I hope! Jan M.

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  14. quilting was never so much fun as the internet has made it. So many truly NICE people out there! I would never have attempted applique without the encouragement and tips from some online friends.

    Sign me up for the box, I have JUST the spot for it!

    (I am NOT peeking at any more of your posts, I am easily misled!)

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  15. Hi--thanks for following As the Crowe Flies and Reads. I'm here to repay the compliment. You've got some really nice quilting work featured here.

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  16. Your blocks look wonderful! I would love to win that cute sewing box!

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  17. That box sure does need a really good home to live in - and I happen to know just the right person to adore and treasure it. Awesome giveaway. Your BTCT blocks are really looking nice, Pat. Great post about blogging - wish I had said that!!! Judy C

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  18. This is just the cutest little box ever I would love to have it.
    I see you are doing the Civil War quilt. I had plans to do it but just too many irons in the fire right now.
    I really love the quilt in your header.

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  19. Beautiful giveaway. I always love your fabric choices.
    BJ

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  20. I had seen one of the needlecases you are giving away awhile back. Whoever wins it, hopefully me, will be very lucky. Beautiful case, wonderful blog! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  21. what a beautiful box! wow!!!!
    I really LOVE your BTCT block
    just beautiful
    I am really looking forward to starting this quilt soon :)
    have a great day and thank you for visiting my blog too!

    Kathie

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  22. How unique your fabric-covered box is, and how lucky some person will be. And yes, like you I feel the blogging community has added immensely to my life. And "Thank You" for the opportunity to participate in this drawing.

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  23. happy to see you at Farmhouse Kitchen, my friend

    and i can only hope about the give away....

    sending love,
    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  24. Beautiful box but those blocks! I LOVE them especially the cherry block. Hard work for sure :)

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  25. Your boxes are beautiful, there's a lot of work in them. Your blocks are wonderful too. Blogging has changed my life in some very surprising lovely ways, it's nice that it seems to have done the same for you.

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  26. And some lucky person is going to win this BEAUTIFUL handcrafted keepsake. Now how is that for a giveaway?
    Love the blog, each new post, a new and exciting insight. I must dig out my UFO Pioneer Quilt Blocks and finish these, your Civil War Blocks reminded me of my yet unfinished blocks. Love those fabrics your using.

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  27. Oh my goodness! that is so amazing! I have never seen something like this before. Thank you for this opportunity! I have been way behind in blog reading, etc...but am so happy that I saw your post on my newsfeed.

    Blessings & Aloha!
    LOVE your blocks!

    mgbotelho21@gmail.com

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  28. That box is fabulous! I really love blogging for the inspiration it provides and the new friends you get to meet. Thanks very much for the generous giveaway.

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