There will be three different sets of items to be given away ~~
First up we have a bowl of 60 wooden spools. Now - I do want you to know the wooden bowl in this picture is NOT part of the give away. I don't want someone to be disappointed when the bowl does not arrive with your spools.
|This is give away number 1|
Up next are all the trims I know I will not ever get to use. There are 30 separate pieces. Some range from a few inches to a couple that have over a yard. I kept a dozen or so for my own use and these are the left overs. I've always liked leftovers and thought you might like some too!
|This is give away 2|
And finally, here are several other pieces (which I did not count). There are white and pink doilies, a few quilted needle keeps, appliques in both cream and blue, 2 yokes, and what seems to be a shoulder covering with short sleeves. There are a few other items that I have no idea what to call them.
|This is give away 3|
So here are the rules:
~ Be a follower.
~ Leave a comment on this post only.
~ Let me know which give away you are interested in. If you would like to have your name tossed in for all three - let me know that too.
~ Give away will begin today and will be drawn on June 19th.
~ I will ship internationally.
That's it and that's all. If you would like to post about this give away - please do so. If you would like to add a link to a side bar - that's great too. Are these things mandatory - no.
I just want someone who would appreciate these items to have them. The lady I bought them from had a degenerative eye disease and she had no choice but to give them up. I think she would be happy to know someone has them that loves them as much as she did.
And as a second entry chance - Tell me about your first finish and how long you've been stitching.
Here's my story - I was in home-ec class in 1981. I had attempted stamped cross stitch with my grandmother a year or so before this class. We had a new teacher - Mrs Brode. She brought an excitement to the class that I've never experienced since. She taught us to sew an apron and make a stuffed animal. But, the project that got me - counted cross stitch. It was the little owl. My mom still has it. I picked up stitching again '88 but I have had my moments - not until the late '90's did I let my love for this little craft take flight. So if we count that first project - I have been at this for 30 of my 42 years!
Ok - time to leave your comments and good luck!