Saturday, November 30, 2013

Celtic Solstic has begun! Giveaway #3

I am having giveaway #3 on my blog.  With Bonnie Hunter releasing her first clue for the Celtic Solstice Mystery and Jo's Country Junction Bonnie Challenge, I thought this would be a good time to give away some fabric.  So after picking up my paint chips at Lowe's and stopping at Susan's Calico Creations, I have some cool fat quarters that I want to giveaway to help someone make Celtic Solstice.  I will choose two fat quarters from the fabric shown to give away.

To be considered for the random drawing, you must meet both item #1 and #2 below.
  1. Please leave a comment about what colors you are using and did you have to go buy fabric or using fabric from your stash? 
  2. Sign up to follow my blog by email or subscription at the bottom of this post. (Signing up on Bloglovin' or another blog digest will not count.)  You will know if you have completed the process as you will show up under followers in the upper right side of my blog.
  3. A random drawing will be held Monday and results posted.  I will try to mail out the fabric right away on Monday, if I can contact you and get your snail mail address.
This is the final giveaway for the month.  Thanks for playing along with me.  It has been fun to meet the new followers through email.

Yours in quilting,


  1. I didn't collect my fabric yet, but I guess that I will need to buy some for this challenge... especially the neutrals because my stash is full of bright colors but very little neutrals :) Thanks for the chance to win! and I am looking forward to start this project and see everyone's else work!!

  2. i just bought black, brown and pink but pull a lot of fat quarters from my stach

    1. Sounds like an interesting color scheme. Looking forward to seeing it.
      Thanks for becoming a follower.

  3. My colors are yellow, green, lime, brown/black and neutral shirtings. I am so far using what I have and hoping it comes out like a Packer quilt! Thanks for the chance!

  4. I am using Bonnie's colors. They always turn out great and I am not very good at freestyle color choosing.