Saturday, December 08, 2012

Second Christmas Give-Away

Organizing has its benefits!



This pattern is Raining Cats & Dogs in Redwork by Anne Sutton of Bunnyhill Designs.  Here's the link to her site with a better picture of the pattern.

I love this pattern.  So much that I bought two of them!  Hey, you can't say I don't do my best to help the economy, right?

Just leave a comment about what you'd like Santa to leave under your tree this Christmas.  That wouldn't be hard for me.  I want to go somewhere really neat and special for the holidays.  A plane ticket, please, Santa!!

Penny will do this drawing on Wednesday 12-12-12 in the morning - hopefully.  If Penny sleeps in that day, we'll do it in the afternoon.  Either way, it'll be on the 12s!

I have a 7:00 hair appointment this morning.  Thought it would get me up and moving on a weekend when I have a ton of things to do.  We'll see how that works out for me!

Good luck, everyone.  I like the little give-aways.  Might do more of those this year if you all agree with me that they're quick and fun.

45 comments:

Kathie said...

cute pattern nice of you to do these quick giveaways! I am planning a few myself!
don't include me though as redwork is not my thing
have a great weekend and take time to do a bit of sewing!
kathie

Sarah said...

Ooh I love stitchery. Thanks for the chance to win. I'd like an iPad for Christmas I think., to keep up with all my blog reading!

tpott said...

I'd love a chance to win. The funny thing is, as I'm reading this it is lightly raining and oddly enough it's not cat and dogs, I hear what sounds like birds running around on my roof. Very strange... I thing we all buy things we like more than once, I know I have

Darlene said...

Redwork is not up Kathie's alley but it's definitely up mine. I'd love to win this pattern. Keeping my fingers crossed.

Have a wonderful, wonderful week end.

(hugs)

Kathryn said...

I'd like new clock radio that is also an IPhone charger. it will get me up to get sewing each day.

Becky said...

It would be fun to take some of these blocks and do applique on some pillows. I'm with you. I'd love a tickets for a cruise for me and dear hubby. Merry Christmas, friend! Have a great weekend! Got my hair done on Wednesday. My friend refers to cut and color as "clip and dip."

Diane aka cameldiva said...

I would love to try some redwork so i hope Santa smears some pate over my entry so that Penny can't resist picking me:) Of course, if she eats my entry, I won't win either.

I hope Santa leaves me gift certs to the Fat Quarter Shop. I am telling Santa I have been mostly nice.

Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Diane

Gretchen said...

Thanks for the chance at the great giveaway. I would love a Fat Quarter Shop gift certificate from Santa :)

Anonymous said...

I love this pattern - it would be fun to try something different for me. For Christmas, I always tell people gift certificates to quilt stores. Thanks, Susie H

Winona said...

I love redwork projects! So of course would love to win this pattern. No particular wants from Santa. I suppose I will get money or a gift card. Dh doesn't like to shop. LOL

willferg said...

I LOVE redwork! I'd really love to make a whole quilt out of it, and this pattern would be perfect.

Under the tree this Christmas, I think I'd like something small and heartfelt from my kids. Last year my teenage-son embroidered something for me and I was so touched. That's all I really want!

Anonymous said...

I agree. I hope that Santa leaves me a plane ticket under the tree this year as well. I would really love to go see my besty in AZ, when its not so stinking hot!

Cindy
frazzyus@yahoo.com

Laura said...

I have asked Santa for fuzzy warm slippers and gift certs to my favorite quilt shops.

Ruth K said...

I been dreaming of: "one of this days". So, who knows maybe one of this days on the 12 to be exact I'll get the pattern; and one of this days I'll do it. Thank you for the chance.

Silverthimble said...

I love the pattern!

I am hoping Santa brings me a Featherweight! This is the second Christmas I have asked him, so we'll see how his elves made out. LOL

Carol said...

I would like a plane ticket to see my new grandson. Pictures aren't enough and I can see he is growing and changing everyday. Thanks for the giveaway.

Marls said...

What a great pattern. Thanks for the chance to win. Santa already left me a set of new golf clubs!!

barbara woods said...

i have been wanting to try redwork thanks for the chance

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

I love to do redwork too. It keeps my hands busy in the evenings. ;-) Thanks for the chance!

mascanlon said...

Got my hair done this AM at ...not quite as early a bird as you! Just dropping in to say Hi, skip me in the pattern draw, I bought this one too and I am piled up to the roof...lol (Plus I just ordered a needlework pillow kit, what was I thinking?)

Jan T. said...

Would love to do the Redwork. Have adopted 7 dogs over the years from Pas.Humane Soc. Latest is Teddy the terror (ie.Terrier) a white Schnauzer. Love your adventures with Penney, and quilting, of course!

Mary Kunna said...

Absolutely LOVE redwork patterns. I saw this pattern at a show recently and have kicked
myself for not getting it. I had purchased enough patterns that day (did I say that---really). Hope to win it. Thanks for the giveaway.
Mary Kunna
imqltr@q.com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Lindo prĂªmio,obrigada.

tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Cathi said...

I love redwork and anything with cats!

I hope Santa puts some packages of batting under the tree so I can get some of the tops I've been making quilted.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Dear Santa,

I would love to have a longarm sewing machine.....grin.

Thank you!

Billie

Louisa said...

An IPod music player :-) I've had my eye on that pattern. Thanks for the chance.

PJ said...

I want to be home for Christmas, no travel for me. Now New Year's is different I'd love to be someplace warm. So. calif maybe, or Hsawaii.

Love that pattern, it is on my "To Do" List. Thanks for the many Christmas Gifts giveaways.

Gill said...

Great pattern!
I'd like a new pair of wellies for Christmas - mine are leaking!

Mystica said...

I'd love to have a new phone!

Susan said...

Stitchery patterns/quilts are something I've always admired, then said to myself, "I need to do one of those someday", so maybe your drawing will be THE day :o) I have asked Santa for a floor model Dazor magnifying light so I can continue to enjoy my hand applique projects. Enjoy your weekend and don't forget to enjoy a bit of quilty time :o)

Anonymous said...

How about some time to work on all my projects!! Anyway love the redwork look so would love to win the pattern!! Robin rnoel57@gmail.com

Dee W said...

Oh would I love this pattern. I also told the husband and son that I saw a pair of earrings that I really liked at the jewelry store. I used to get jewelry all the time, but since I don't work anymore, not so much. I have lusted for this pattern, so it would have a very good home with me. Pet Penny for me, I know how hard it is to get up in the morning if you're not going to work!

Fiesta said...

This December we finished paying college tuition for our two kids so all i want under the tree is a copy of those diplomas!!!!(can't afford much else LOL)
I too am having a giveaway. thank you for the chance. I love Anne Sutton.

Lizziebeth said...

Love doing stitchery and I would love a Handiquilter under my Christmas tree.

Debbie said...

Thanks to you I discovered redwork so I would love the opportunity to do another one. I would like Santa to leave the gift of having all my family together again for a family christmas together.

barb's creations said...

Loveworking in redwork and the pattern is gorgeous,thanks for the opportunity to win it.I would love santa to leave an IOU for more uninterupted sewing time! :) Barb.

Sherry said...

I have gotten so smitten with embroidery these days it is cutting into my time for stitching!

The pattern is wonderful. . and I would love to win it.

My wish for under my tree is more free time with the hubby. . .our schedules have been so hectic lately that we hardly see each other any more!

crazyquiltpatcher AT yahoo DOT com

Tiffaney said...

Oh I love this pattern. Please let Santa bring me a new cutting table.

Carolyn said...

I love your little giveaways! This would be a cute one for my daughters...although I'd have to make one for each of them! I'd love for Santa to leave just a little bit of chocolate under the tree for me!

Quilt Monkey said...

Fabric is always welcome under the tree, but I have such a large stash I usually don't ask for it. I'm kind of looking forward to an XBOX game. I hope I get it - I've left enough hints! Thanks for the chance!

Deb said...

Love the little giveaways, it's really nice! I'm not real picky for Christmas gifts - a starbucks gift card, or a gift card to the local quilt store would be nice. THANKS!

Sharon said...

Nice pattern! I would love to win that. I would love to find my boy under my tree this Christmas. Probably not going to happen but if you can't wish at Christmas time, when can you?

suz said...

Love this stitchery. I'd like Santa to leave tickets for the Boston Ballet Nutcracker this year. I haven't been in a very long time and that's what I'm looking forward to.

Anonymous said...

Only one Christmas wish for me: My son being able to make it home - and I won't get my hair done to save every Cent for his trip.
Though I love doing redwork (coming from a stitching family) and this pattern especially please skip me from the draw as international postage would be too high.
Rena

kt said...

Love that pattern--I need to make more time for embroidery. I am hoping for a GPS running watch so I can keep track of how far (and how slowly) I am running. Thanks for the chance to win!