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Another Tutorial and a GIVEAWAY!

Look at this fun package that arrived in the mail this week from Riley Blake!


Have I mentioned before how much I love Riley Blake fabrics? I had so much fun doing the Trick or Treat runner for their blog and they are graciously allowing me to do another tutorial with their new Decadence line. I'll be posting it early next year. Anyway...this is what I'm really posting about:


Look at this beautiful fat quarter bundle they sent for me to giveaway to one of my readers! These are worth about 60 bucks, folks. And, the best part is, I have very few readers so you have a great chance of winning it! Here's how to enter:

Become a follower of my blog by clicking "Follow" on the right side. Then leave a comment on this post telling me you did so. It's that easy! If you already follow my blog, just leave a comment telling me that you do. If for some reason you have trouble posting a comment, send me an email.
One entry per person, please. US residents only.

The giveaway will close Saturday, November 5th at noon. Good luck!

Comments

  1. That is awesome fabric! I love Riley Blake fabric too. I'm a follower now :) I love all your great projects! It would be great to win that fabric :)

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  2. I saw this fabric and it is beautiful! Mom

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  3. I've followed your blog for a long time. So... I want the fabric! :)

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  4. Love this fabric and your projects! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  5. I follow you, and love the fabric!

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  6. I love the fabric and I love your blog =)

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  7. I follow your blog!! You are so talented!!! Would love to win!!

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  8. You are soooo talented!!!!! I love your blogs!!!!!

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