New Secret Santa Competition.
Here it is - as promised- A New Competition!
As you know, I recently had one of my quilts featured in Quilter's Companion Magazine with a project on how to make it.
Here it is......
With Santa, Bondi the Snowman and Frank the dog!
Bondi the Snowman with presents.....
I'm giving away this quilt as a prize in the Secret Santa Competition!
All you have to do to enter the competition and a chance to win this gorgeous quilt is write a comment telling me what you would like Secret Santa to bring you for Christmas.
(Please do Not write that you want to win the Secret Santa Quilt!)
All entries will go in the draw and the winning entry will be drawn out of the hat (Yes! It will be Secret Santa's Hat!) at 5 p.m. next Saturday afternoon-26th. 11. 2011.
You have up until 5p.m. Saturday to get your entry in.
The winning entry will be announced on the blog on Sunday 27th. 11. 2011. The prize will be posted to the winner on Monday 28th. 11. 2011.
Entries are open to everyone- I will post the quilt internationally if the winning entry is from outside Australia.
So- get your thinking caps on - and tell me......
O.K- You've got the idea! Best of luck to everyone!
P.S. Don't forget- the final Christmas Sampler Give-away is coming up shortly!
I simply must hack into Bronwyn's post and tell you all how gorgeous this quilt really is. She hasn't even described how perfectly sewn it is. I can't let it go by and not tell you that the stitching done by Bronwyn is so lovely. Each stitch is perfectly hand-sewn by her and is just divine. I wish that I could sew even just half as good as her. She poured over this quilt for months, working on each block for days, there is not one stitch out of place. Each tiny little stitch is exactly the same as the one before it. Bronwyn is such a perfectionist. This quilt has been appliqued and beautifully hand stitched by her. It truely is an heirloom piece and will make a wonderful addition to your Christmas display. You must enter as you will not be disappointed with this quilt.
Sanchia...oh, and sorry Bronwyn :-)