Monday, May 05, 2008

Rail fence giveaway



Believe it or not, I am finally getting towards the end of my huge pile of giveaway stuff - though given the popularity of the cross-stitch pattern I gave away a few weeks ago, I will dig a couple more of those out and offer them up before I've done.

Anyway, here's one of the remaining projects - this was going to be a rail fence quilt for one of Sarah's teachers (about 4 years ago) who was having a baby, but she was so ill she actually had to leave way before expected and we ended up not making the quilt (Sarah was helping make it) - we had planned to finish it anyway, but she lost interest, and frankly, I've lost interest, too. But it would make a nice Project Linus quilt or something. There are 36 blocks, and they are partially assembled. If you are interested, please leave a comment here before Sunday.

9 comments:

sbonetsue said...

I would love to have those blocks for a Project Linus quilt, they would be so perfect. Thanks for sharing and giving me the chance to win them.

miniaturequilter said...

Looks like a great toddler quilt to me!!Please enter me in your drawing!

quiltingcraft said...

Hi, I have just found your blog from Welsh Quilter's blog, and like what I'm seeing so far...
Your ideas are inspirational.

scottishquilter said...

Yes, please. Our group is about to have a session making quilts for the babies of prisoners - these would be perfect

Ruth said...

We're having a quiltathon in September and I'd love to add those blocks to the pot (though in the interests of full disclosure I should mention that I might keep a few for me).

And yes, Kate, I will finally admit that I'm stashbuilding...

Betty Donahue said...

That would be a wonderful cuddle quilt for the sheiffs to carry in their car to give to children that need comforting.
Betty

Jenn said...

Count me in. I've been lurking on your blog for a while now & thank you for sharing all of your creations!

Jenna Z said...

Ooh, wow! I am also a Project Linus blankateer! And I love me a shortcut!

Brandy said...

Enter me! I really am enjoying the block!