Apparently I'm not the only quilter who also dabbles in other crafty areas; from the comments I received, it appears that many people are also doing cross stitch, knitting and other crafts. It seems that once you've got a craft habit, it just continues to grow!
This week I am delighted to be offering another book from Martingale & Company. Thanks again to Martingale & Company for providing me with this book to offer in a draw to my readers.
If you didn't participate in the previous week's draw, here are the details:
One book will be given away each week for the next five weeks; entries will begin on Monday each week. Entries will close at 11:59 p.m. each Friday. I will be drawing a winner for one book each week on Saturday, starting on November 20, 2010. You will need to enter each week to be eligible for that week's book draw. The entry conditions will vary each week, so be sure to read the details carefully before entering.
You will receive one entry for this week's draw for each of the following that you do:
1. Sign up for my Quilt Chatter newsletter (not this blog) 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).
2. Visit my Etsy store and let me know which is your favourite pattern or appliqué template by commenting on this post.
3. Let me know if you prefer to purchase paper or PDF patterns and why, and advise me by commenting on this post.
You'll receive one entry for every one of the above things that you do - so that's a possible three 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 "Pinwheel Party - 12 Fun and Unique Quilts" by Ellen Pahl. I reviewed this book in a previous blog post and loved Ellen's fresh take on the classic pinwheel block. With an eye to making small presents for Christmas, I think that Xs and Os, Pinwheel Pirouette or even Whirlwind would all make perfect holiday gifts.
Please feel free to tell your friends about this opportunity so they'll have a chance to win a book as well. Don't forget to check back on December 4 to see if you've won this wonderful book.