Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Final Days To Win

Okay everyone. Time is running short. Friday is the final day to enter to win in the FALL INTO FALL BLOG HOP. I'll be making the prize draws first thing Saturday morning. Get your entries in now.

Just to recap, here are the "rules" ...
I am going to give you at least 3 prizes and 5 ways to win. I’ll add another prize for every 25 entries I receive.
Sign up for my blog. (3 entries) If you are already a member and want to enter, make a comment and let me know you have already signed up.
  1. Become my friend on face book. When you send your friend request, mention the blog in the comments. Or, after I have accepted your request, tell me that you have entered the contest. (1 entry)
  2. Sign up for my mailing list on my pattern website by sending me an e-mail and mentioning this blog. (2 entries)
  3. Comment on my blog. (1 entry)
  4. Answer today’s blog question. (2 entries)
Remember that you can receive an entry for each comment you leave so check back tomorrow and comment on tomorrow’s topic.

QUESTION OF THE DAY: What kind of topics would you like to see me cover in the future?

(I admit, I stole todays question from my friend Kim at She's in the contest too, so check her out. And, don't forget to click the scarecrow on the left for more great blogs to visit and win.


  1. I'd like to see a real mix please! At the moment I'm keen to do some mini quilts - So much more portable than bed size and anyway I'm running out of beds!!

  2. I'd like to see more topics on stitching ideas and how to make this important and final last touch decision for all quilts.

  3. I am a new follower and look forward to your future posts. Thanks for the chance!!

  4. I'd like to see topics about free motion quilting, how to do different patterns and designs.

  5. Free motion is my weakness. I keep practising and by most standards I am acceptable. But, as I quilt for other people, I feel that I need to be better than accpetable. For me, they key to good free motion is to relax. Put on some music and groove while you stitch.

  6. I prefer to see an assortment for inspiration. It's also nice to have a mix of yourself in with the goings on in your life along with your quilting.

  7. I like to see various quilting motifs (not quite free motion. More of how a design could be repeated in a particular type of square block and then the rest of the quilt can have filler designs/feathers etc)) in the finished project as well as tutorials on how to do the quilting motif. How to quilt a quilt is the hardest thing for me to picture.

  8. I've had a chance to check out some of your comments...I am becoming a follower because I like what I see...been busy with my giveaway...isn't this fun


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