Friday, December 2, 2011
For my giveaway for this month, one lucky reader will receive a Christmas Jewel pattern! Christmas Jewel was designed by Jacqueline de Jonge for her Be Colourful pattern collection. The "jewels" are paper pieced, which gives you amazing accuracy. This pattern retails for $19.95 (not your average pattern!).
I don't need to tell you that it can be made in any colors and would look equally stunning in non-holiday fabrics.
To see what it might look like in other colors, Jacqueline has a different pattern that she has titled, "Jewel".
The winner will be selected at random on January 1st, 2012. (WOW- that's the first time I typed 2012! Wasn't it just yesterday that the calendar turned to the year 2000?!?)
To enter- all you have to do is reply to THIS POST and let me know you want a chance. That's it! Your entered! I do need some way to contact you. I have started to reply to everyone who enters. So if you don't get a reply from me after entering, that means you are a "no-reply" blogger and I have no way to contact you should you be the lucky winner. I'm just sayin'. If you absolutely don't want your email on the internet, send me a private email to let me know how to contact you if you win.
Want more chances? For a second entry, be a follower of this blog.... AND... do a SECOND COMMENT to THIS POST and tell me you are a follower. You may think I should know that. I do. But I count the comments and put that number in the random number generator to pick a winner. If you don't do an extra comment, you don't have the second entry.
For a third entry- share the news! Tell your blog readers about it, do a Facebook post, tweet it, or take out a full page ad in the New York Times. I don't care how you share it-- just do something to spread the word and then come back here and post another comment to THIS POST to let me know.
For a 4th entry- send me a picture of a holiday quilt that you made. It can be ANY holiday- for any time of year, any culture.... anything! You can email me your pictures and the do a quick comment to THIS POST for the extra entry.
Posted by Sue at 9:11 AM