Tuesday, July 26, 2016

A LITTLE GIVEAWAY

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED
I'm organizing my sewing room and paring down my sizable stash of fabric and quilt books. To share the wealth, I thought I'd do an impromptu giveaway for these two approximately 18" square pieces of brick red hand-dyed wool and this classic quilt book by Betsy Chutchian. If you're interested, leave a comment or email me at tkhook@msn.com with your favorite wool project. I'll randomly draw a name this Thursday, July 28th, at 6 p.m. central time. If there are no entries, these goodies will be donated to a local sewing group. I just want them to find a good home!


18 comments:

  1. I am very fond of wool, since I am a rug hooker, and Brick red is a great color - thanks for the offer.

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  2. Count me in! I love working with wool especially appliqué! Thank you so much for the chance to win this beautiful wool fabric!
    Nola

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  3. Oooh! I love working with wool!!! I have made sweet Christmas ornaments and small table runners with wool. Thanks for the chance!!

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  4. I love using wool--thanks for the opportunity!

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  5. My favorite wool project is my first wool applique project ever. It is a sheep weathervane pattern designed by Ties That Bind I believe. It is framed and hanging in my dining room.

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  6. Thanks for sharing! I love wool applique.

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  7. My favorite way to use wool is by making stuffed toys for little friends. I also like wool applique. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  8. I recently became addicted to wool! I just finished a Primitive Gatherings pattern called Scrappy primitive Pennies.

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  9. Wool is great to work with, thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  10. Am I allowed to enter? I just love that red wool. I think it would make something lovely for Christmas. I haven't seen that book before. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  11. I would love to win this wool. Working with wool is so enjoyable. I have made numerous things, mostly candle mats and wall hangings. Thanks.

    Shelia

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  12. I don't have wool and would love to start a wool project. I always like the quilts that Betsy Chutchian makes. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. I'm just finishing up adding wool to a medallion-style wall hanging, but after that, I'm going to be making a pincushion with sheep on it for a friend who loves sheep. I think that one will be a favorite, because I love sheep, too, and I love working with wool.

    Carole S.

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  14. Wool is my favorite fabric to work with as I am a rug hooker and do all my applique quilts with wool. This red would be a wonderful addition.

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  15. Your goodies are exactly what I love - quilting & wool! Would love to win your generous giveaway! (yay for cleaning your stash!)

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  16. So many wool projects! I just finished Sunflower Gatherings and have started A Primitive Garden (both by Primitive Gatherings) and love them both. Your wool is yummy, and I've wanted that book forever - so thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I've never worked with wool before. But I'd love to try some. And the book looks very cool.

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