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Friday, August 26, 2011

How about a giveaway?

THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED.  Our winner is:
Karenkay said...
the tumbler pieces are wonderful and I'm thinking they would look great in a christmas quilt!



It’s been a crazy summer & I am ready for cooler weather.

Sometimes my WANT list overpowers my CAN list.  Does this happen to you?

I have this beautiful stack of pre-washed tumblers I cut with my GO! cutter back in June.  There are around 60.  I would like for them to go to a home where they can become something. 

I fear that if they stay here, all they will become is….dusty.




It’s a great win whether you have a GO! tumbler die or not.  You can use these to make a template.  I will include a copy of the GO! tumbler quilt pattern to further entice you!

Wanna help me out?

Leave a comment & I will randomly pick a winner on Monday, August 29th.

**Please note these are white stars, not dots...sorry if my pic is a little fuzzy wuzzy**
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42 comments:

bairdmtn said...

I LOVE tumbler pieces! They look so cute in a table runner! Anything made with a tumbler pattern also looks MUCH harder than it is so a gift recipient thinks you have worked very very hard piecing all those tumblers!!

Diane N said...

I would LOVE to help you out!!!! I love tumbler quilts.

Cathy said...

I love tumblers. I would love to win them. Thanks so much for the giveaway. Hugs

Jess said...

Oh my goodness wouldn't I love to get my hands on these. Crossing my fingers. :)

jmniffer said...

I've always wanted to make some type of tumbler project. But cutting them out was overwhelming. This would be GREAT! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

KristyLou said...

I have not made a tumbler quilt yet. Could be a lot of fun. Thanks!

jofridsquilt said...

I would love to win those tumbler pieses. The colour is great. I have never made a tumler quilt before. This would be a good opertunity. Have a nice week end. Hugs Jofrid

jennifer gail said...

Okay you talked me into it:)

Tracy said...

And the DOTS! How adorable will that quilt be?

Karen Linton said...

I'd love to make something with these tumblers. Nice giveaway!

teachpany said...

Love the Tumbler, and those are pretty! I have some fabrics that would work with that, and the die. Send them up!! Hope I win! Thanks, and a good way to get organized and avoid having to dust, lol. Hugs.

Karenkay said...

the tumbler pieces are wonderful and I'm thinking they would look great in a christmas quilt!

Denise :) said...

Very cute -- they would look really nice with the Overall Sam redwork blocks I did! :)

Maria said...

Love polkadots!

Sarah Craig said...

I've got a bunch of tumbler pieces already cut with my Go! and these would be a nice addition - I'm trying to accumulate enough to make a quilt!! Thanks for the chance!

Deanna said...

Red? Polkadot? Please! They would be a bright spot in a charity quilt very quickly. No dust gathering here.

Cecilia said...

I would love to win those tumblers. They would make a great start to a quilt for children. Thanks!

Barb said...

what beautiful fabrics....but I will pass to let someone who does not have the die or cutter to win them....fun giveaway!!

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love tumblers! Thanks so much for the great giveaway!

ashleymjones@live.com

Jeanne said...

Those would be so perfect for me. I just got a bunch of fatquarters that are all "dotty" but no red. I see a quilt in the tumbler! Thanks for the chance to win.

MoeWest said...

Yes please! I would love to make my niece a quilt for Christmas. She will be off to college in January and away from home.

Christine said...

It would be lots of fun to win the tumbler pieces...fingers crossed!

Patchwork Penguin said...

OH!!! I'm in charge of our challenge this year at guild and it is going to be red and white... these would be perfect!!!

quilary said...

I'd add a bit of white and have a ready made Christmas table runner. Thanks for the chance.

Mary E said...

Would love to take these out of your hands. Make a great patreotic
table topper.

Pam said...

my quilt club is slowly working on scrappy tumbler quilts. This would be awesome to add to our project.

Anonymous said...

Red polka dots! They just cry out for blue...or maybe green...or other reds. Yes! that's it - other reds! VermontPines@aol.com

Deb said...

Well...I've tried and tried to win a GO! and just haven't yet. This would be the next best thing...I'd love to be included. Yes, I'd make something using them!

harleywife57 said...

nice giveaway Shannon ; thanks for the chance ! Are you sure you wouldn't want to swap for the apple core die ????? ha .

Peggy said...

I would love to win the tumbler pieces. They would go perfect in my home with a little white and aqua added to it.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Beth said...

How fun. I have some navy with white stars fabric I could pair this up with. Thanks for the giveaway.

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

robin said...

I'd love to win your tumbler pieces. Thanks for the chance!

Mimi said...

Count me in to win the tumblers!! I have never made a quilt with this pattern but they look really nice. Thanks for the chance!

Lee said...

I love your tumblers! And the star fabric is lovely! thanks for entering me!

Marcia W. said...

I have some dark blue fabric with stars like this -- waiting for a patriotic quilt idea! Would love to put your tumblers to good use! Thanks for the chance.

TheStylishHome said...

Wow, twist my arm....okay, okay, you can stop now! LOVE the red! Thanks for the opportunity :o)

~Dawn~ said...

Love the tumblers. Would love to make something with these! Thanks for the chance.

Heather Chaulk & Little Miricals said...

I would love to have them as well, I make donation quilts and I am sure these would look lovely in a nice quilt...either way thank you for the opportunity and good luck to everyone :) have a great night!!!

Cherold said...

I have always wanted to make a tumbler quilt! What fun...lol :)
Cheri

Delilah said...

after viewing your darling tumblers, I have come to the conclusion that they would gather no dust here in my home where they would look FANTASTIC.
All things RED are welcome here.

shrewsburyma said...

I have never worked with tumbler blocks before. But I am sure I could figure out a way to make them work in a quilt or some other type project.

Anya said...

Tumblers! I love them! Thanks for the chance!

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