This giveaway is now closed!
You all have read about my recent Sewing Room Clean-up and I am sure you don't really care to hear another word about it. But as part of this great cleansing project, I have found some things that I am going to list on ebay and some other things that I am going to offer to you, my readers, as giveaway prizes.
Here are two of them:
This is the Irish Counted Cross Stitch that my daughter stitched and received framed for Christmas this past year. It turned out so beautiful and will be a real treasure for her. Included in this prize are the stitching chart, floss list, and the leftover floss from working the project. I will also include any DMC floss I have in my stash that can be used in this pattern.
And this pattern is for the cutest little sideways Santa. The kit originally included 14 count perforated plastic on which I stitched the design and it turned out really cute. This prize will include the stitching chart, needles that came with the kit and a few of the leftover buttons. I will also include any DMC floss from my stash that can be used in this pattern. As you can see in the picture, the floss chart gives the DMC floss numbers, so finding more floss to work this design will be as simple as a trip to your favorite craft store. This design could be stitched onto any evenweave fabric or onto clothing using waste canvas. Now there's a technique I haven't shown here yet! Let me add that to my list!
So here's how this giveaway will work. Actually there is no work involved. If you want either of these patterns, just leave a comment on this post stating which one you are interested in having. If I cannot contact you by email, your entry will not count.
After about a week or when there are enough interested parties to make it fun, I will have two drawings: one with the names of people who want the Irish pattern and one with the names of people who want the Santa pattern. If you are not interested in these patterns yourself, please share a link to this giveaway to anyone you think might be interested or with your own website readers. I would love for these patterns to go to a good home and be used.
Thank you and Happy Stitching!
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