Tuesday, October 4, 2016

A Giveaway! - Closed

Hello!!
It's that time again!

I'm hosting another Giveaway! Yay!
If you remember My Last Giveaway things went great and the winner was thrilled with her pattern!

This time I am super lucky to be sponsored by "Front Porch Quilts" in Troy Michigan! Their web site is www.frontporchquilts.com
If you seen This Post you seen the list of the awesome offerings at Front Porch quilts like;
Custom quilts, memory pillows, memory quilts, custom T-shirt quilts, machine embroidery and longarm quilting and finishing services!
They also have a TON of Classes and she is still adding to the site!


Martha is such a nice shop owner, so patient, helpful and she does beautiful work!

I let her know of my blog and the wonderfulness that I am trying to create with it. She was all too happy to sponsor my giveaway with a bundle of 5" Mystic Garden Chips by Deborah Edwards for Northcott                    





Aren't these beautiful!? I just had to spread them out so you could see the pretty prints!
 
To win this charming bundle;
 
Follow my blog and leave a comment telling me so & also what you would do with these great fabrics = 1 entry
 
Follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Google+ or your favorite reader = 1 entry
 
Bonus* Tell me what year Front Porch Quilts originated = 1 entry

 
Unfortunately this is only open to US residents :(
 
I haven't put a ton of thought into the duration..
Is 1 week long enough!?
As I get more familiar with how it works, I will settle on a time frame.
Any thoughts are appreciated. :)
 
For now I'll make it 10 days, so this will end October 13.
 
 
Let the fun begin!
 

        Good luck and God Bless!


 

30 comments:

  1. Oh! Me! I would love to win this charm pack! I would pair it with light colors for the sashing and borders to make a lap quilt. So pretty!

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  2. Beautiful fabric. It would make a wonderful D9P just needs some solid plums to go with it. I follow on BL.

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  3. Front Porch Quilts started in 1987. PS don't let RA get you down, you are in a wonderful time. There are great new drugs now. Not like the old days when all we had was Prednisone and a horrible death. Keep moving and eat the right foods.

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  4. I follow on blog lovin. I would make a pillow cover with this lovely pack x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  5. I follow you on twitter x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  6. I follow your blog, and I would love to make a wall hanging with this beautiful charm pack, Thanks!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  7. I absolutely love these prints! I follow your blog.

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  8. 1987 to make a quilt for her eventual husband. Thanks for introducing me to another shop and power to you for quilting with RA!

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  9. I just added to Google plus too.

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  10. Oh I love this charm pack. I follow your blog.
    I think I would find either a medium pink or teal to pull these colors for a lap quilt. Would be gorgeous!

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  11. Beautiful charm pack! Thanks for chance to win it! I would add to it, and make a great Throw for my Daughter!! I am a new follower thru Bloglovin... :)

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  12. Front Porch Quilts started in 1987...when she made a quilt (took 6 months..) for David, her eventual Husband. :)

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  13. Okay Fronto Porch 1987....cute story!

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  14. I am following you on bloglovin!

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  15. Following you on Pinterest too! :) The fabrics are gorgeous - so nice and rich colored - would make a nice mug rug!! Thanks for the chance

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  16. New follower on Bloglovin'. I would add these beautiful chips into a quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  17. 1987 is the begining of Front Porch Quilts. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  18. It's a wonderful giveaway, one anyone would want to win. How sweet she was to sponsor it, and how sweet you were to post about the link and say such lovely things. Thanks to both of you. Now I have to go read to see what you're doing on here. =) dezertsuz at gmail

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  19. I'm following you on Instagram (gingerkwilt). I only follow blogs by e-mail, because the readers drive me crazy. I didn't see that option on your sidebar, so I picked Instagram, because that's the only social media I do. LOL dezertsuz at gmail

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  20. Front Porch 1987. If I won, I've been thinking of making one of Pat Speth's Nickle quilt patterns. This would be a great start. dezertsuz at gmail

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  21. I am a new Bloglovin' follower and I would combine these lovely fabrics with a few of my own to make a prtty table topper!

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  22. Front Porch Quilts originated in 1987...the year of my first born!

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  23. I'm following you on Blogloving. I'd love to create some pillow cases with these gorgeous fabrics. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  24. Beautiful fabric, love those butterflies. I don't know what I'd make with the fabric at the momment but I will eventually figure that out.

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  25. I follow you on blogovin and would integrate the fabric in a quilt I am just starting
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  26. You started the site in 1987
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  27. The fabrics would be a lovely hexie quilt! I would pair them with some dark turquoise solids. :) I follow you via Bloglovin (hiwendyhi).
    hiwendyhi at yahoo dot com

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I truely enjoy your comments and questions and I answer every single one! =D
Though, during giveaways it gets difficult and I try to keep it easy on myself. ;)
However, if you are a no-reply blogger I can't -but I still try. =(
If your not sure, ask me, I'll help you fix it!