11/30/2009

Blog Giveaway!!!




I have two bundles of fabric to giveaway to celebrate the launch of my new fabric collection “Buttercup Farm” for Makower UK, (Andover USA).

Each bundle consists of four different fat quarters of top quality cotton fabric suitable for quilting and crafting. If you would like to win one of these bundles please indicate your wish to take part and I will put your name into the hat. Two lucky winners will be drawn on Monday the seventh of December. You may even have time to make a last minute Christmas present out of them?

We have been getting into festive mood here in my little home town in Cheshire, Sunday saw the switching on of the Christmas lights together with a Christmas fair and firework display. I am not sure what our baby grandson thought of the lights but he certainly enjoyed playing on his mat, he has just started to smile so I had to sneak this picture onto the blog. I have been busy sewing up a stocking for him from a printed panel, as you can see it is big enough to double up as a sleeping bag for a spare guest!

35 comments:

  1. Please add my name to throw in the hat for your fabric giveaway! Your baby grandson is certainly smiling away -- how lovely. I'm enjoying seeing pictures of him on your blog!

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  2. Wow, this is the perfect giveaway! Thank you for the chance! Crossing toes, fingers and eyes now ;)


    P.S. Your grandbaby looks so adorable! A little baby makes Christmas even sweeter, isn't it?

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  3. Hi Valerie,
    Do put my name in the hat.
    I would love to win your beautiful fabrics.
    Lovely pictures.x

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  4. Oh, just look at that smiling baby!! What a treat to have him in the house!

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  5. i'd love to be thrown into the mix... or hat, as it may be. thank you!!

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  6. What a sweet grandbaby! Thanks for sneaking in those photos. Christmas will be so much fun.

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  7. Your materials look lovely Valerie - I do hope to be included. What a delightful smile that little chap has already - his first Christmas - magic - enjoy it all - he will be starting school before you have time to blink.

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  8. Please add my name!! Such lovely fabric!!

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  9. Lovely photos of your grandson, Valeriesounds like you had a super time with Christmas lights and fireworks:)

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  10. Love to have my name in the hat as well.They are adorable at this stage, such a happy boy.

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  11. Valerie, I'd love to especially win your cow fabric! If not....:-) Is there anywhere in the US where I might find it to purchase?

    Beautiful!!

    Diane

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  12. You are so talented Valerie.. I am so thrilled to see your designs printed into fabric.. I would love to have my name in the draw...

    and the beautiful stocking looks like it is big enough to hide the adorable little one in...

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  13. Valerie, I do think that I am too far away to be in your draw, but so want to let you know how much I like the designs. They are wonderful!

    And ... that grandson is a love. I know you and his parents will spoil him, but ... why not.

    xo

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  14. What a darling boy, a cuddlesome armful. I wouldn't get any work done, but would simply gaze at him ...
    I'd enter my name for your beautiful fabrics, but that would be greed since I do not quilt and they should be seen and enjoyed - much too nice to be hidden away!

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  15. Please put my name in the drawing. I love fabric.

    This will be a special Christmas for your family. Every Christmas is, but when a child has been born that year I think it is even more special. He looks adorable in your pic.

    Willow

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  16. Hello from Michigan.

    What a lovely give away. Your fabric line is fantastic. Please enter me. Thanks.

    Your grandson is a sweetie. Hugs Judy

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  17. Oh, please add my name and give that baby a kiss for me! It's going to be ages before I get grandchildren.

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  18. Hi Valerie,

    I'm just now digging out from under a mountain of Thanksgiving cleaning, cooking and company. Phew! What a busy holiday!

    Your grandson is really growing! What a cutie he is. I'm really looking forward to being a grandmother.... waiting (im)patiently!

    Please do enter me in your drawing... I love your designs!

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  19. Your grandbaby is adorable. This will be a wonderful Christmas for you! Your fabrics are so beautiful. I hope you can include me in your drawing. Thanks a lot. Eli

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  20. Wow, beautiful fabrics, I would love to win them... please add my name.

    I live in Mexico, but have an address in Canada... :0)

    Thanks!!

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  21. Please throw my name in the hat too, what lovely fabrics!!

    Grandbabies are the best. I have 9 grandkids and the youngest is now 4...I am hoping there will be more babies to come.

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  22. The little one is lovely Valerie and must be a delight to you all. I love your presents in the post in the last post too, especially the beautiful Postlethwaite art cards.

    Don't put my name in the draw though because although your fabrics are gorgeous I don't quilt and I wouldn't want to deprive someone who does - in the unlikely event that I won...haha.

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  23. Having a baby in the family brings some magic back to Christmas, it is so nice to make treasures for them, your quilt and stocking.

    I wonder what will be made from your fabric, whoever wins it should post what they make.
    I am thinking of a patchwork ball with the pieces I have.

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  24. That is an impressive give away. I feel almost sad that I found you through Ruthie (I visited because I like your blog name) and to find my first visit is a give away. I did not know. Even if I don't win, I will visit again and am interested to know where you will be marketing your fabric?

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  25. What cute and beautiful fabric! My Mom does quilting and sewing of all kinds and, since she and we grew up on a farm, she's Love It!!! So count me in for the drawing! I'll keep my fingers crossed but wish Good Luck to all who enter your drawing. Blessings to you and yours. Love and Light, Nina p

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  26. What an adorable little grandson!

    And the Christmas stocking looks big enough for a giraffe!!

    Do enter me for your beautiful fabric draw, please - I'd love to be the only giraffe in our world who has patchwork cushions with cows on!

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  27. I'm having a little give away myself :))

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  28. Oh! I just love the one with the sheep on it,but I work with wool all the time so I am not surprised it is my fav. Please add my name to the giveaway.
    vicki

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  29. Valerie,
    So glad to see your new grandson. He is beautiful joy! I've just posted a new photo of my darling boy - his mama is getting quite good at photography and loves to share the results with me.
    Would love to join in the give-away if it isn't too late! I am a secret horder of beautiful fabrics. I used to create original art quilt tops many years past, and handmade old fashioned dolls, handbags, and little girl's party dresses.
    Olivia

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  30. Your Grandson is a real cutie! Hope his first Christmas is an extra special one.

    Your new fabric looks fabulous!

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  31. woowwweeee
    that is your fabric? you are so talented!
    i would love to win it!
    thanks for the chance!

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  32. Throw in my name too! I'm always on the look out for rooster and chook material, as I just adore them! How do you go about making a material set anyway? And how did you come up with the gorgeous roosters!?
    Your grandson is gorgeous! In the second photo it looks like he's saying, "I'm really getting that big stocking FULL of gifts?!"
    lol very cute!

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  33. I'd love to have my name in the hat, and love your work, whether I am lucky or not!

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  34. what beautiful fabrics! thanks for the chance to win them, and congrats on your fabric!

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  35. I think I may be too late but I just came to visit your blog and saw this post! Thank you!

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