The #BFSI Giveaway!

I am pleased to announce THREE BFSI prizes to giveaway!

The first is from long-time friend of the podcast C&T Publishing.  Did you know they celebrated their 25th Anniversary this year? Their first book was An Amish Adventure, and to celebrate the anniversary they released a NEW book on Amish quilts called Amish Quilts—The Adventure Continues.  And even better, C&T is having a sale on their website for Black Friday through Cyber Monday for 25% of everything on their website.  See this page for details.

Today, however, you have a chance to win a copy of Amish Quilts – The Adventure Continues by entering the giveaway below. If you are in the US and win, you’ll receive a hard copy of the book; if you’re outside the US, you’ll win an e-copy.

And our next giveaways are from Carole! You may know Carole on twitter as @carolewool, and she is generously offering two fat eighth batik assortments as a giveaway. Each assortment has 12 fat eighths in it, for a total of 1 1/2 yards each. On the left is the blue/green, and on the right is the pink/purple assortment. Carole has generously offered to ship anywhere in the world, so international quilters, go ahead and enter!

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The giveaway is open for 24 hours starting at 12:01am US Eastern time on Friday the 29th of November (so no entering before then!). I’ll notify the winners by email and connect you with our generous sponsors to get your prizes!

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I’m also hosting another giveaway on Twitter at 2pm Eastern on Black Friday, so pay attention to #BFSI to enter.

29 Replies to “The #BFSI Giveaway!”

  1. I love your podcast! I wonder, how do you keep your cats from messing with your design floor? I have a dog that loves fabric on the floor…even though I did make him his own quilt.

  2. Thanks for the chance to win a giveaway. Happy Thanksgiving!
    I’ve been catching up on listening to your podcasts the last few weeks. I had to catch up about a year of listening. You’ve been very motivating with your Fitness Updates and seeing the daily tweets of your FitBit status. I don’t care for horror genre but like supernatural genre. Knowing this, would you recommend Zombie Run?

  3. I look forward to your podcast every week! Hope today turns out to be very productive for you. I am not near my sewing machine, but will probably hand quilt or knit today.

  4. Thanks for the giveaway. I enjoy listening to your podcasts as I drift off to sleep. Of course, I have to re-listen in the morning, but it is interesting to see how far I get before konking out. Love your cats.

  5. What a great giveaway – thank you! I’m hoping to sneak away to the sewing room a little later this morning 🙂

  6. I love the Sew Ins, it is like a quilt retreat but in the comfort of my own home. I get a lot done, thanks for including me.

  7. Thanks for this chance! I didn’t expect to have time to visit my craft room today so I’m double thrilled to be here ‘with’ you. One observation: having three or four of the blog giveaway chances revolve around twitter feels unbalanced to this non-tweeter, since I know you are also doing a giveaway there.

  8. Hi Pam, according to the news today Black Friday is alive and well in the UK now, even though for us it’s an “ordinary” day. We have several holidays (bank holidays) that you don’t; Boxing Day, Good Friday and Easter Monday for example. Which British holiday would you like to adopt if you could have an extra?

  9. Once upon a time there was a Doofusy dog who kept trying to play with a frozen tennis ball. (Is that enough of a story?) I’m so glad I ended up being able to have a #BFSI and didn’t have to leave the house unless I chose to!

  10. Happy Black Friday! I started the day by sleeping late, then went out to lunch and setting in for some hand quilting and hand piecing. Off to do more sewing.

  11. Thanks for doing #Bfsi and doing this giveaway.. Also love your podcast all all the other. Thank you for doing them.

  12. Now that I’m home from work, I can try to sew. I have a baby quilt to sew the binding down on, then a scrappy quilt to sew the binding on. Nothing strenuous this evening. There maybe more sewing tomorrow!

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