Congratulations again to Shelley who won "Country Threads Goes to Charm School" by Mary Ehterington and Connie Tesene this past Saturday.
Again this final week, I will be giving away a book which has been donated by Martingale & Company. Without their support, I wouldn't be able to offer these wonderful books to my readers.
If you didn't participate in the previous week's draw, here are the details for this final giveaway:
One book will be given away this final week; entries will open on Monday. Entries will close at 11:59 p.m. on Friday. I will be drawing this final winner on Saturday, December 18, 2010. To enter this week's giveaway, you will need to:
1. Become a follower on my Chatterbox Quilts Chitchat blog - and advise me by leaving a comment on this post. Please sign up for posts by email on the right-hand side of the blog, not Google reader, to be eligible. (If you are already a subscriber, just advise me of this.)
2. Sign up for my Quilt Chatter newsletter by clicking on the top right-hand side of this blog and advise me by commenting on this post. (If you are already a subscriber, just advise me of this).
3. Let me know your favourite holiday recipe in the comments area.
4. Tell me if you are making any gifts this holiday season, and if so, what they are, in the comments area.
You'll receive one entry for every one of the above things that you do - so that's a possible four entries.
You will need to do each of these separately - do not include all your information in one comment or that will only count as one entry. Be sure to comment on this post only so that you will be eligible for the draw.
This contest is open to residents of Canada and the continental United States only; sorry no international entries.
This week I am offering "Country Comforts - Quilts for Casual Living" by Cheryl Wall. I reviewed this book in a recent blog post and it has the perfect homey, comfy quilts to decorate your own home for the holiday season (since I'm sure you've already finished making all the gifts you need). Prairie Stars or Autumn Equinox would both be lovely in seasonal fabrics to create that warm, loving atmosphere that we celebrate at this time of year.
Please feel free to tell your friends about this opportunity so they'll have a chance to win this final book as well. Don't forget to check back next Saturday to see if you've won this wonderful book.