Friday, July 13, 2012

GIVEAWAY! Collections Two Quilt Book!

As I told you the other day, I've started going through boxes in the garage (finally) that were brought over in the move. I didn't realize that there were some 44th Street Fabric boxes in that group.

Luckily, I found some books that are classics from Red Wagon! I'm giving one of them away this month IF and only IF I get enough comments on the blog. I get lots of emails from people (thanks by the way) but almost no comments. So...
If you leave a comment, you get 1 chance to win this fabulous book. If you become or already are a follower, mention that and you get another chance!
If you twitter or post a comment on your blog, mention that and you get another chance to win.
As you can see, the Red Wagon books are timeless! They are full of primitive, folk art patterns for Fall, for Christmas and more. There are full size patterns for quilts, wallhangings, place mats and more.
 The authors of this book are Jan Patek, Jerry Kimmel and Linda Brannock. Folk art patterns are timeless and can be made in any fabric. There are many more patterns in this awesome book. I will end this giveaway on July 27th with a random drawing. I've made 2 of the quilts in this book and sold them both so am thinking of making another (as soon as my UFO Project is finished). I hope you enter! Have a great weekend and cheery wave from Bev!

25 comments:

D said...

These look great! Love the pumpkin one!

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh I"m in for the draw. I LOVE those old Red Wagon books and don't have this one. And I love Jan Patek stuff!

Quilts And Pieces said...

And I"m not a follower!

quilary said...

There are some lovely Christmas projects in the boook, I especially love the Santa's Roundup!

quilary said...

I am a follower :)

Anne said...

I love everything primitive and especially Jan Patek's designs and Red Wagon books and patterns. I signed up to follow you and also put your blog on my blog sidebar. Thanks for the opportunity!

karin said...

Please add me to your giveaway!!!
The book looks wonderful!!!
Karin :)
in NY

karin said...

Love the quilts in the book!!!
Please enter me in the giveaway!!!
Some lovely pieces!
Karin :)
in NY

karin said...

Please add me to your giveaway!!!
The book looks wonderful!!!
Karin :)
in NY

audrey said...

I love Red Wagon patterns. One of my first big applique quilts was one of their patterns! Great giveaway!

Michelle Hudak said...

What a great book...I love folk art and would give it a great home with much love.

Thanks for the chance
shel704 at aol dot com

Michelle Hudak said...

I'm a GFC follower
shel704 at aol dot com

Michelle Hudak said...

Tweeted:
https://twitter.com/auntiethesis/status/224218317504782336

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Quilt Hollow said...

I would love this book! I hear you about comments...they are fun to get but so many lurk. I get emails asking me to quilt and they normally say they've been reading my blog for quite sometime...they never commented!! LOL. Now let me be a follower and I hope you visit me too!

Homemaker Honey said...

The angel pattern is cute!

Deborah
homemakerhoney @gmail .com

Homemaker Honey said...

I follow by email.

Deborah
homemakerhoney @gmail .com

paulette said...

Hi Bev!!
Love this book!! Thanks for the chance to win it!!
Paulette

paulette said...

Yup, I'm a follower! (Love your blog!!)Thanks for the chance!
Paulette

Ali said...

I love Santa's round up! Thank you for the giveaway!

sandy said...

Found your site through Sweet P Quilting...glad I did.

mtquilter said...

I'd love to win this book. Some of the best books are the older ones. I love the santa quilt.

mtquilter said...

I signed up to be a follower.

Suzan said...

I would love to win the book. I just discovered your blog and love reading it. I am new to blogging and I wonder if anyone is reading it.
Suzan
Ladybug Cottage

Gayle said...

I love primitives - and Jan's patterns are timeless - would love to be entered in your drawing.....

Robin said...

I'm a new follower of your blog and I love all your quilts. I'm new to quilting so am like a sponge reading and asking lots of questions to figure every thing out. Thank you for the chance at your drawing.