Saturday, March 31, 2012

2nd Giveaway in my De-Stashing Spree! - GIVEAWAY CLOSED

Just a reminder that you still have until Sunday midnight to enter the first giveaway in my little giveaway spree.  So, after you sign up for this one, check out the other here in a previous post.
Lots of you who signed up for the first giveaway chose this as your first choice as one of the items at Rainbow Disks.  You can read more about Creative Fabric Techniques on the Rainbow Disks website here

Briefly, "using innovative new techniques, top quilter Annette Morgan explains how to use existing textiles combined with sheer fabrics and stitching to create sumptuous new surfaces. She shows how to play with wire frames, wrapping, stitching, burning and appliqué to make creative squares. Using fabric as a base for piling on texture she adds paint to give surface decoration."  Doesn't this sound like fun?!

So, here is what you need to do!

1.  Visit Rainbow Disks and come back and leave me a comment telling me what technique that is not already there that you would like to see in a new Rainbow Disks ebook.

2. Agree (we will be working on the honour system here!) to write a review of the CD after you have had a chance to see it, if you are the winner.

3. If you are a follower of my blog, leave another comment telling me that and I'll put your name in the hat an extra time.

Please make sure I have a way to contact you. If you are set to "no reply" and you don't leave an email, I will draw another name.

Again, you have a couple days to enter - I will draw the winner's name on April 8th. Good luck!


tisme said...

This was one of the books I thought looked so interesting!
I think a book on dyeing fabric would be good.

tisme said...

I am a follower

tisme said...

I would LOVE to review this book.

MosaicMagpie said...

I have been reading about Tyvek and using it in fabric collages and beading. It can be burned and the description of Annette's book speaks of burning fabric too. The thought of the whole project going up in flames frightens me and intregues me too! Kind of like cutting fabric to make an eyelet, scary but so worth it.
I appreciate reading reviews of books. We often don't know if a book is really worth buying, without knowing something about it's substance.
A follower and loving every minute of it.

MosaicMagpie said...

Repeating I am a follower! Hey, I want all the chances I can get!

Cathy said...

I am currently researching broderie perse for a project I have in mind so a book on that would be nice. Or needlelace. I'm also looking into some mountmellick embroidery ideas.


Cathy said...

I'm a follower. Cathy