Monday, October 13, 2008

Sweet Lemony Goodness: A Quilt Giveaway!!





Oh my goodness! Would you just look at those love lemony colors of this great handmade quilt that the wonderful Elizabeth Cranmer from Pigtails and Snails blog has whipped up for one lucky winner in her awesome quilt giveaway of fun!!

All you have to do it leave a comment on her giveaway post! Easy enough right? Well, that now that only earns you one entry. So, how do you get more ?? She is giving 5 additional entries for posting about the giveaway on your own blog and another 5 entries for posting the banner below in your sidebar.

Check it out!!

7 comments:

TMC said...

Yowza! Cozy loveliness. I hope one of us is randomly generated. :)

Stacy said...

I know it is just gorgeous! I love yellow! And quilts!! Yes I ditto the hope for one of us winning!!

prairievisiondesign : handmade said...

I'm looking forward to seeing your first quilt. ;)

Stacy said...

Oh I know! I need to get on that - I want to buy one of those kits where the pieces are already cut for you...it scares me...that is the part I am bad at - cutting...:)

indykari said...

Fancy running into you at the bus stop this week! Although I'm shamed because while you were getting on the bus, I was walking to the parking garage. :(

I'm so excited by this quilt!! So happy you shared, I hope you (or I!) win it!

The Jitters coffee shop is open too - probably has been for some time now since I've been out to lunch for a while. Caffeine fix soon?

prairievisiondesign : handmade said...

..I used to be a bad "cutter" too. I learned how to rotary cut and that made a WORLD of difference (plus it was super quick). If you can cut with an xacto, you won't have any problems. There are even rotary cutting classes.

Stacy said...

indykari- Oh yes! Another caffeine fix is well in due order!

prairievision - I am headed to Joann's tonight to check out the rotary cutter - I am too impatient to cut straight. I want to see my project come alive - not spend FOREVER trying to cut perfect. Plus I already have a self healing mat from cutting all my design projects. I've tried the exacto knife before and the blade seems to catch on the fabric more - that or I was using a dull blade. Thanks for the tips! I will have to keep my eye out for those classes!