Monday, December 10, 2012

A Finish and a Giveaway!

 I finished up this little quilt Sunday.  It is from the Tapestry line from Moda.  It finished at 14" x 18". 
 Bound in a coordinating batik.  I put hanging pockets on each corner, because you never know which way is going to be 'up'.
 Some small loop-de-loop free motion quilting.














 And guess what?  It's for you!  Along with some other prizes.  I am so in awe of having gotten so many new followers in the past week that as a way to bribe to you stay   to say thanks, I'm doing another giveaway.  (no worries, this isn't turning into a giveaway blog, I can't afford it, hah!)

 Prize Number 1.  The mini-quilt and a matching pin cushion.  You can use the quilt as a table topper, or hang it up.  Or put it with the cushion and you've got a quilt and pillow for Barbie!

 Prize Number 2.  A fabric covered journal from Westminster Fibers, a Charm Pack of May Fair Fabrics by Michele D'Amour by Bernatex, and a pin cushion.
 Four more prizes: Four pincushions. One winner each.  They measure about 2.5" x 4".

* This Giveaway Is Now Closed*

How to win.
1. Leave me a comment about the Holiday album(s) you can't live without.  If you don't celebrate Christmas, let me know your other current favorite album.
2. One comment per person please.  Duplicate comments will be deleted.
3. Giveaway will be open until Friday, Dec. 14 at 12:00 CST.  I will select winners via Random.org and announce later that day. 
4. I am happy to ship internationally, although at this point, won't be able to guarantee any arrivals before Christmas.

 In case you were wondering, the albums I couldn't have Christmas with out:
The Oak Ridge Boys: Christmas
Amy Grant: A Christmas Album
Kathy Mattea: Good News
John Denver & The Muppets: A Christmas Together



26 comments:

Joyatee said...

Thanks for such a generous giveaway! I am definitely a product of the late 90s because I love 98 degrees' Chirstmas album. :)

Little Ella Lu said...

My husband loves the Chipmonks' Christmas album and I love my Pandora station of Christmas oldies.

Nikita said...

Such an awesome giveaway! I couldnt live w/o my Celine Dion or Mariah carey albums

dawn - Mi rincón de mariposas said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
We're listening to Leonard Cohen and Tracy Chapman

Ethan and Moriah said...

Hmmm... Maybe Frank Sinatra's Christmas album or Chicago Christmas at the moment. My favorite changes, I suppose. I wouldn't mind having some more Christmas albums to choose from. Maybe I'll use these comments for suggestions.

Love the give-away! Especially the mini-quilt and charm fabrics! As a recent recipient of one of the pin cushions, I must say I love it!

Gill said...

Thanks for a great giveaway!
I love anything by Led Zeppelin - especially their 2nd album!

Mary Ann said...

Burl Ives for Christmas but now I want John Denver and the muppets!

Janet said...

How lovely! Mariah Carey's Merry Christmas and Harry Belafonte's To Wish You a Merry Christmas. OH and Handel's Messiah!

Nat at Made in Home said...

Thanks for the opportunity! Surely Xmas time is time to get Mariah Carey or George Michael out!

Sew Distracted said...

So glad I found your blog last week. I don't even own a Christmas album, so I don't have a favorite. Right now I'm listening to Jason Aldean.

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

Thank you for a wonderful giveaway! My current favs are Bare-Naked Ladies For the Holidays, the Amy Grant album on your list, Merry Christmas by Johnny Mathis, Wintersong by Sarah McLachlan and Christmas by Mannheim Steamroller. I've been sewing away to Christmas CD's or Pandora all month!

doodlebugmom said...

I have John Berry Christmas in my car right now, his version of Oh Holy Night is my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win :)

Marcia W. said...

We are listening to a CD made by Reggie Castor who we know from our church. And, we also listen to our nativity scene music box play Silent Night. No record albums as our old phonography doesn't work for records.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Deb said...

Oh my, I think I'm dating myself but I usually put on Nat King Cole and Perry Como albums....albums, folks, not CDs!! Crazy huh? :)

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

I don't care for Holiday music at all. You hear it all the time up from beginning of November latest, and at Christmas I'm seriously fed up with this kind of music.
During the holidays I prefer listening to some classic concertos, jazz music or some electronic music, all rather calming. NO "White Christmas"!!!
I'd prefer prize #2. Thanks for offering the chance!

Stephanie Zito said...

Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway! Since my husband is a HUGE Elvis fan, I always have to listen to Elvis Christmas music every year. I wouldn't say it's my favorite but it's the only one I can say we listen to every single year...

Margaret said...

I don't really listen to music if that is the type of album you are talking about. I am always listening to books.

gccmom said...

Michael W. Smith- Christmas
recorded in 1989. It is still my favorite album.

Garilyn S said...

We love Bing Crosby and the Transybyrian(sp?) Orchestra.
Thanks for the chance to win!

Laurie Parrack said...

Well that is hard one. I like so many. I would have to say I can not live without Enya's White Christmas album, and of course the Transybirian Orchestra's Christmas. Love both of these and of course Elvis too. What a wonderful giveaway, the fabrics are all so wonderful.

Angie said...

What a lovely give-away. My all time favorite Christmas album is "Christmas in the Stars" a Star Wars cd. :) I'm such a kid. :)

legato1958 said...

Thanks for such beautiful giveaways!
I love Manheim Steamroller albums at Christmas!

Susie
legato1958@aol.com

Kristine said...

The Nutcracker, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Very Special Christmas 5. I like a love of variety, so the short list they use for the radio station bugs me.

Barb said...

I have to listen to Johnny Mathis at least once every Christmas season - it was my mom's favorite.

M. E. Stephens said...

I don't have a favorite Christmas album. My favorite recorded music is the John Marshal Family. Their style is a combination of Christian blue-grass and traditional church music. :-)

Thanks for the neat giveaway.

Sallie said...

The Lost Christmas Eve
Trans-Siberian Orchestra