You could win a fabulous prize of fabric! In celebration of Tilde’s fantastic Passacaglia Table Runner Pattern (free, see previous entry), and in celebration of Christmas and the New Year, Tilde and I are collaborating on a Give Away. (Monkey calls it a Give-A-Way, not a Give Away, because Inklingo is a simpler new way to quilt.)
Win 0.75 yards of the two fabrics Tilde used to make her blocks. It is more than enough for 4 blocks for a gorgeous Passacaglia Table Runner, even with fussy cutting, à la Lucy Boston. How cool is that?
The fabrics are Stained Glass and Gothic Arch from the Mezzanine collection from Michael Miller. (No affiliation)
Christmas Eve to Little Christmas
It starts today, Christmas Eve. This is the traditional day for gifts and Christmas dinner in my family and in Tilde’s. You can enter any time up until January 6th, which is Little Christmas (Ireland), Three Kings (Russia), or Epiphany (Finland, Italy, Puerto Rico, Greece, Italy, Spain, Sweden, etc.). It seems appropriate to mention all of these because Inklingo has spread worldwide thanks to the Internet.
Enter to win for up to three chances!
1. First chance: Leave a comment here on this post.
2. Second chance: Leave a comment on Tilde’s Blog entry.
3. Third chance: Add the button for the Inklingo Projects Blog on your blog and write about the Give-A-Way. Please be sure to include the link to Tilde’s FREE Passacaglia Table Runner Pattern in your message. It is http://lindafranz.com/product.php?productId=55
Of course, Tilde and I must have a way to reach the winners, so be sure to give contact info. We do not share this info with anyone.
There are two huge, tall men (virtual giants, not elves) banging around in the basement this morning, installing the new furnace parts. Hooray! They are very nice guys and we feel lucky that we will have proper heat for Christmas. They seem to be good friends, and we have heard laughter several times, so we think things are going well. Either that, or they think it is hilarious to see so much fabric on the tables down there. (Most of my stash migrated downstairs this year.)
We wish you a Merry Christmas!
Linda & Monkey