Saturday, March 5, 2011

Since I didn't win...I guess I'll let you

Guess What? 
I didn't win the sewing machine. 
None of us crossed our hands or toes enough.
Oh, well. 
That Horizon is still somewhere over the horizon...

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Remember when I said that for today's giveaway that I would
see how many books or patterns that I could fit into a flat rate envelope?
I had enough to fill 4 flat rate envelopes!
Here was the original pile....


I would have loved to just give them all away to you;
but I could not have paid the shipping.
So, I picked out the BEST of the bunch
--that would still fit in a (very stuffed) flat rate envelope. 

For this giveaway today we have



(sorry; all I could find was a thumbnail for this;
and I'm too lazy to set up for photos right now)






ALL ARE BRAND NEW!
(A couple have been opened though.)

What must you do?
Just leave a comment;
be a follower;
 and make sure your blogger is not set to no reply.
Those that were eligible for extra chances have been noted
via my very high tech system of pen and paper.

I know I was going to originally only leave this up a day;
but it's got too many goodies for that. 
I'll probably throw in extra chances for comments this week too.
I'll post the winner next Saturday.
Good luck to each of you!



18 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Oh, look at all those yo-yo patterns. They are so coming back again. The applique by machine books very interesting. Is the 202 log block book a Carol DOak? What a wonderful collection for any one - THANK YOU.

gill said...

What a generous giveaway!
Can I join in please??
I'm a new follower

jill said...

Hi Tonya, I acttually like doing yoyo coverlets. I started doing them when Ii rode with my husband while he was a long-haul driver. (second husband after children were raised.) Also have an interest in lof cabin patterns. I am bidding on the underground railroad because while growing up in vermont, in a county bordering Canada, I explored underground railroad hiding places in two old homes in our town. This history has always fascinated me. Actually I was born in St. albans Vermont the northern most "battle" not really a battle robbers for the confederacy came south from Canada by train and robbed the banks. Set the local economy back a bit. Now I live in the south and realize that much has still to change. Good talking to you. Jill

krisgray said...

Nice books - I would love to more applique. I thought of you when we didn't win today ;-).

Marcia W. said...

I want to learn applique so hope that book and log cabin book are of great interest. The yo-yos patterns also look like fun projects. Thanks for the generous giveaway. I did so want you to win the machine. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Marcia W. said...

I follow your blog. alternate email mlwright29(at) hotmail(dot)com

Patty@Granma's said...

Sorry you didn't get the dream machine...
Better Luck next time!

Karen said...

WOW!! Thats a great giveaway...I'd love to have it!!

Pat said...

*hugs* Tonya.. so sorry you never won the machine. :(
You are so kind in your quilt ministries and now in this giveaway. There is no need to include me in, I just wanted to tell you I wish you had won, but hopefully there will be something better further down the line, especially for you xx

QuiltSue said...

I'm so sorry you didn't win - does that mean I can uncross my fingers, toes and eyes now?
That's a very generrous giveaway, but please don't count me in as I currently have so many projects I am working on.

Franni said...

Oooooo Tonya
What a great giveaway!
Sorry you didnt win that machine.
Hand applique by machine and the Log Cabin books, those are calling my name.

Mariliz said...

What a great giveaway. I'm really interested in that Log cabin book. They are quickly becoming my favorite blocks. Thanks for the chance.

Handmade Crafts Done While RVing said...

I did the whole twitter, and blogged your entry and you already know how great you are...

Judy D said...

What a great collection of books and patterns! What a fun give away. Sorry you didn't win the machine.

Patty said...

Would love to win! When I win, I share with sis and niece. They are always as happy as I am. Winning a sewing machine would be unreal. So sorry you didn't win....

Michelle May said...

Well poo that you didn't win the sewing machine. :( Dag... There's always lots more contests though, so don't give up!
I've never seen that fabric clock book before. Cool! Fun patterns too! I'm a happy follower!
:)
xx, shell

Sherry said...

Sorry you didn't win the sewing machine. You came up with lots of fun things for your giveaway. I hope to do one soon, I have been blogging for one year. I always enjoy my visits with you.

Melissa said...

Oh, Tonya! What a generous package of prizes!!! Hang in there - your prince (machine) will come!