Saturday, 5 February 2011

10,000 visitors, wow!

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As promised, here's my give-away to celebrate my 10,000th visitor since June 3, 2009!


One lucky winner will receive 2 yards (4 half-yards) of coordinated fabrics purchased in Alaska! Quite the travelled fabric, eh? The turquoise fabric was hand-dyed in the store.

To enter, leave a comment telling me whether you would travel to the moon in a space shuttle if you had the opportunity! If you want to, go ahead and spread the word to your blog friends :)

I will draw a winner on Wednesday, February 9th!

GOOD LUCK!

14 comments:

LeKaQuilt said...

Hi, Love your Alaska fabric :o)
I woud if they had an big quilt shop there. An if not, what else to do at the moon ?

Anne at Film and Thread said...

Not a chance! I find regular airline travel to be bad enough.

Congraulations again!

ps (not entering giveaway)

Coloradolady said...

Oh, what great fabrics from Alaska. I so love them!!!

No, would I travel to the moon, you bet...as a kid that was always a dream get to do that.....I'd love to see outer space for my self!!
Thanks for the chance.

Crispy said...

Oh yes, I would go to the moon or any other place in outerspace if I had the opportunity...it's always been a dream of mine.

Congrats on hitting 10,000, you know I like hanging out here :0)

Crispy

Please don't enter me in the drawing, I don't use animal fabrics :0)

Quilt n Queen said...

I do not have to think about this question. NO moon trip for me! I don't like flying...but I would like to visit Alaska....
Luv the turquoise hand dyed. Congrats on having 10,000 visitors.

Julee said...

Would love to go to Alaska but not the moon....Thanks for the giveaway

Mimi said...

My dream vacation is to go to Alaska, but I would not want to go to the moon.

However, if you go there, I'd like an assortment of fat quarters from the quilt shop they would undoubtedly have, so if you'd bring that for me, I'd like that.

Congrats on such a wonderful blog and all the visitors you have coming on a regular basis.

Hope I'm lucky enough to get some Alaska fabric!

yorkie mom said...

I would travel to the moon for a great quilt store sale. Love the fabric!

free indeed said...

As a child, I thought I was going to be a scientist and be one of the first to colonize the moon...when I dreamed, I dreamed BIG!!!! Now, I don't think so....:)
I have a nephew that worked in Alaska for a year with sled dog teams. He loved his time there...this fabric would make a great keepsake quilt for him.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Congratulations on 10,000 visitors! How cool is that! And your Alaska fabric is beautiful. Wild and free :-) And the answer to your question is NO! I would never want to travel in a space shuttle to anywhere. I'm a homebody and I like being close to my family, friends, and my sewing machine ;-)

pirate said...

"would I travel to the moon in a space shuttle if I had the opportunity?"

ummm .. no. I don't even like roller coasters, so I think a space shuttle would be right out!

BUT, I would love to win the Alaska fabric! I have a cousin who lives on Lopez Island in Washington state. I've been thinking of making him a 'man quilt' for some time now and this fabric would be *perfect*!

taliana said...

I definitely would not travel to the moon. My husband absolutely would, though. He's the dare devil in the family. ;)

joycem said...

No traveling to the moon for me. But I'd love to visit Alaska again (lived there in the early 60s). And if I can't get to Alaska, winning some Alaskan fabric would be great too.

Marcia W. said...

Though would NOT travel to the moon - I would love to take an Alaskan Cruise during the warmest time of the year. Better yet, if win your fabrics can make a virtual trip to Alaska via a quilt.