Friday, January 2, 2009

New Years Fabric Giveaway

If you are interested in making this quilt....leave me a comment and I will have a drawing for a set of pre-cut rectangles of all these fruits and veggies.

Drawing: Sunday Evening....I will post the winner here on my blog.

If you win the fabric, you will need 1 1/2 yards of black fabric and 1/2 yard of "wood" fabric to complete the quilt top. Directions are below in another post.


Have a great weekend!
PS: In order to leave a comment, click on "comments" at the bottom of this post...when the comment box opens...click on either anonymous or name if you do not have a blogger account. This will allow you to post your comment. Please let me know who you are though, so I can post your "name" if you win!

35 comments:

Princess Of Pink said...

OOPS would love to enter, if I may :)

Hugs from Marian/Dutchy on MJF ♥

Denise said...

Bev,
Please enter me in your drawing!
I wasn't able to be in that swap on MJF so this would be fantastic!

Denise
(Levisgrammy)

Anonymous said...

I can't believe that you've finished that already..It turned out Sooo very cute..Happy New Year

madrekarin said...

Bev- That's the cutest darn thing ever!! I love how bright and cheery it is. Hmmmm, if I made one I could hang it in the door of my pantry. A little quilty tromp l'oeil to fool everyone into thinking I've been busy in the kitchen! ha ha

Happy New Year!!

Autumn said...

Oh yeah! Put my name in!! I'm going to make this pattern-using your idea of the wood grain fabric, for my Daughter in laws birthday in Feb.!
Yours turned out great!!!

DianaK said...

I'd love to have this fabric, especially since Santa brought me a sewing machine for Christmas :)

ranchmama said...

Wow It looks amazing! I can't berlieve how fast you finish!

I don't want in the drawing tho :) Would never be able to do this myself, just wanted to say awesome job! Can I post about the tutorial?? WOuld love to show it to my friends that do quilt ;)

Elise

Jessie said...

What a fantastic giveaway! I would love to be entered, please.
Hugs,
Jessie (CRsHelpmeet@MaryJanesFarm)

willowtreecreek said...

I love it! Enter me please!!!

boutcrazy said...

What a neat pattern and I love the fabrics. Sign me up for the drawing.

khartquilt said...

Beverly,
Jar blocks are great! Please add my name! I did a jar block swap earlier in 08. I still have a number of them left over. These would make a great wall hanging!
khartquilt

Anonymous said...

ya me too!!!! cool fabric cinnamongirl

Beverly said...

Absolutely, Elise....feel free to post a link to the tutorial...the more the merrier!

Heather said...

OH my goodness!!! I have to have that quilt what a awesome idea it looks like my cabinets!! I love to can it is the best feeling to look up and see all that beautiful home canned goodness it just makes the heart happy!! Pick me PLEASEEEEEEEE!!!!

Beverly said...

Sandy, from Long Island...your name is added to the list!

Anonymous said...

This is a first for me I would love to be put in for the drawing of the fabric.

Thanks Diana
I love love love that Quilt

BritChickNY said...

This is a fun quilt! Please add me to the list!
(Much more interesting that watching sports!

GardenGoose said...

what a darling quilt! so cheery. o.,k...sign me up please.it looks small enough to where someone like me could actually finish one this size.

Beverly said...

BBteacher from Baltimore....I cannot find your comment, but I added you to the list.

smoothiejuice said...

hey there bev, i love your quilt, i wondered what you've been doing lately. I mde a few of these blocks this summer, I should do u p some more they are so much fun..where ever did u find these luscious fabrics? I had to search far and wide to find oly a couple...you are awesome to host another giveaway.

Beverly said...

Ronna, you are in!

Sheryl-lyn said...

Hey Bev: Great looking quilt!! I'd like to be in the drawing too! YAY!!

BTW, those vintage aprons you make are the most beautiful I have ever, ever seen!! Did you design the pattern too?? I could not get over how gorgeous they are. What a great talent you have.

XXOO

Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie said...

Hi Bev, would love to have you add my name to your drawing. Cute fabric and quilt.
Keep Stitchen'
Bonnie

Margie said...

This quilt is sooooo adorable! That's a much better alternative than watching football! tee hee! I try to sit through it too, for hubby's sake!

Margie :)

passion2sew (Lalli) said...

Georgeous quilt!!. would love to win it. I am one of your followers and I keep visiting your blog very often and love reading all your posts. Thanks for the give-away.
ragtrader3@gmail dot com.

Proud Farmgirl #195 said...

What a darling quilt! I would love for you to enter me in your drawing.

Farmgirl Hugs~
Christina

dolls123 said...

Thanks for the chance

luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

Anya said...

Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sue Cahill said...

What a wonderful quilt which would great in my kitchen. Please enter m in the drawing.

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

Anonymous said...

Hi Bev,
I would love to enter your drawing. I too am resolving to quilt more this year. I love this quilt and I can't beleive how fast you finished. Thanks for the drawing and great blog. Love all of your creativity.

Love, cw246 (cheryl)

wibe said...

Yippee, it finally let me comment.
Yes, please put me in too.
You did a good job making yours.
carol sue

~~Anne said...

Bev,

I have admired your canning jar quilt since the day you first started it and showed it to us. I can't believe that you finished it already. I'd love to be entered and have the chance to win the fabric needed to make my own.

Thanks,
~~Anne
diligntmom@gmail.com
www.backyardtreasures.wordpress.com

~~Anne said...

Sorry if this comes twice; I actually hit a button before I was ready to send.

Anyway, I've admired this canning jar quilt of yours since the first day you showed it to us. I'd love to be entered and have the chance to fin the fabric to make my own.

Thanks.
~~Anne
diligntmom@gmail.com
www.backyardtreasures.wordpress.com

mrs.mommyy said...

looks like a sweet project

Lucy said...

Oh my goodness. I wish I had seen this earlier. That quilt is fabulous. I am off on a quest to collect more fruit and veggie fabric. I have to make that quilt. I love the prints you got they are so compact. I think I have the lemon one and know of a quilt store tht has more. I must go shopping!!!
That would be such a fun kitchen quilt this summer.

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