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Friday, March 29, 2013

Big Giveaway!!!

the-giving-quiltJennifer Chiaverini’s book, The Giving Quilt (hardback released in October), has come out in paperback!  Click here to see the original review.  I love, love, love this book and I’m pleased to be able to offer a copy of this book to two lucky winners.  Not only that, but 5 more winners will receive a collectable lapel pin. That’s right:  7 winners in all.  So get signed up.  Just leave a comment about one of your giving/charity quilts.  All prizes will be pulled from the same list, only one prize per person.  If you prefer a pin instead of the book, please note that also, in case you are one of the first two drawn.  Simple as that.


But, guess what?  I’m not the only one giving this book away!!!  Check out SewCalGal’s entry.  She has pins, too.  Enter both contests to double your chance of winning.

I’ll draw the winners April 2nd, the day the paperback is released. 

So, what’s YOUR giving quilt?



Quilting Babcia said...

I would be happy (and lucky) to win either the book or the pin! I love Jennifer Chiaverini's books, and they're my favorite take-along reading when flying cross-country to visit family. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Gill said...

What a great giveaway - I would prefer the pin as I'm in England and this would be cheaper to ship!
I enjoy making quilts for my local hospital's children's ward!

Raewyn said...

Ohh Wendy,put me down too please, I always enjoy her books. (or a pin would be cool too!). The giving quilt hat gave me the most pleasure was one that I made Dad only months before he passed away.

Joanne said...

Another great giveaway! I like quilts that I make as surprises for other people - a double wedding ring quilt that I made for a niece is one of my favourites.
I would prefer a pin, since I have that wonderful book.

Helen said...

Oh wow! Would love a copy of the book!
The quilt (there are others) I have in mind is Scrap Basket Blues which is destined (eventually) to be a QOV quilt

Summerafternoon said...

As a military family who's husband is now retired, we would make quilts for injured soldiers and children.

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