Monday, December 8, 2014

A bit of Doe for Giveaway Day



Welcome! If you are new here, I'm Leanne, I live in Alberta, Canada and I blog about quilting. I hope you will poke around and get to know me a little, maybe by checking out the My Quilts page here. I'll  show off a few of them here for you too.


For Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day I have that beautiful bundle of 11 fat quarters of fabrics from Doe and Architextures both designed by Carolyn Freidlander. I purchased the bundle from Daryl over at Fabric Spark and she is holding it to ship it off to the winner for me anywhere in the world, as soon as the draw is done.

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I have to tell you that these fabrics are even better in person. Surprisingly they are available in Canada (and the U.K.) early and I have a bunch of my own already.

Reflection

***** contest is now closed ******
To enter to win, please leave me one comment only. I'm hoping for some time to relax over the holidays, so please share with me an idea for a new book to read or a movie or TV show to watch, or maybe your favourite music for me to load on my iphone. I will leave the giveaway open until 10:00 pm. MST on Friday December 12, 2014 and I'll announce the randomly drawn winner on Saturday the 13th.

All the Colours

Two things:

  • Leave me a way to find you. If you don't have a email connected to your commenter profile, leave your email in your comment. If I cannot find you, I will draw another winner.
  • I won't be responding to the comments but please know that I will be checking out your suggestions and I thank you for sharing them with me.

Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day is on all week, so you will want to visit back there often to enter new giveaways as they are entered.

And feel free to come back to check here on Tuesday (tomorrow) to join Nicky from Mrs. Sew and Sow and I for the December the Scraptastic Tuesday link too, there are fantastic prizes for it too.

Best,

Leanne

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Deb said...

I love The Outlander series, but you have probably read them

Unknown said...

I just watched Belle. Great movie!

Ella and Nesta said...

I would suggest Banana Yoshimoto's new book. There is always something magical and relaxing about her books!

Roxanne said...

I love listening to film scores in general. I usually put the name of a film I enjoy into Pandora then roll with it! :)

Swedish Scrapper said...

Two books I love// Gosta Berlings Saga, which takes place for a whole year, starting on Christmas (or is it New Years) and Sense and Sensibility, which is just a transporting tale !

Nikita said...

I may be a bit late on this show, but "Call a Midwife" is a really series.

kris said...

Your quilts are beautiful!! I loved reading Essentialism by Greg McKeown - it was awesome!

Unknown said...

One of my favorite books is Pillars of the Earth, but to totally relax, just grab a cup'o and some favorite people and have some down time! I LOVE your creations!!

Shirley said...

2 great books by Liz Curtis Higgs: A Wreath of Snow: A Victorian Christmas, and The Women of Christmas. Shirley.campbell19@yahoo.com

Tu-Na Quilts said...

I enjoy sitting with my feet up and relaxing with a cup of sipping chocolate from Trader Joes. But then really any form of chocolate will count. kthurn@bektel.com

Debby said...

If you like Jodi Picoult, I would recommend The Storyteller. It is a Holocaust story, but I really could feel for all the characters.

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