It’s a blog hop – prizes!

Pat Sloan is hosting a Virtual Retreat this weekend, Sept 26 to 28 at her blog. She invited us to be part of the fun so we are giving away a blog prize (which is like a door prize, except there’s no door)! Just visit OUR blog on Friday, Sept 26, and leave a comment on this post. Then on Saturday we’ll announce a RANDOM winner of our prize – a copy of our book Piecing the Piece O’ Cake Way! 

We will post the winner’s name and contact you by email to get your mailing address. Please note that if your email address is not part of your profile, we won’t be able to email you. If you are the lucky winner, you can email us at to give us your address. I do have to say that Linda and I are both out of town. If we have trouble connecting to the internet to post the winner, know that we will post the winner as soon as we can.

Good luck and have FUN at Pat’s retreat!

Click here to go to Pat’s Virtual Retreat. There are sure to be even more prizes!

217 thoughts on “It’s a blog hop – prizes!

  1. Oh my finally got the comment box to show up. Thought I was going to miss out on this fun blog hop and a chance for a prize. Love the enamel coffe pots. I have an old speckleware one that I have fun with in my kitchen window. Sometimes I fill it with colorful cloth napkins and sometimes with dried flowers.


  2. Stopping in to say hi from Texas! Always love your quilts and patterns. Whenever I see one in a publication, I know it’s yours…so unique.Ruth Ann in TX


  3. I think blog hops and online retreats are a great idea! Except I’m torn whether to spend the weekend at the computer or on the sewing machine …I would love to win a copy of the book … Becky visited my guild last year and I loved her work, and her talk. Thank you,Paula


  4. You’re so popular, and with good reason! Couldn’t manage to post on Friday, but not wanting to give up, I figured that I would try one more time to leave a post here.Happy Autumn!Carol


  5. I enjoy your patterns. I didn’t think I would like to do “handwork” when I started quilting. I took a class though in hand applique from a wonderful person. Right after that I had a number of major surgeries, including breast cancer, and doctor’s appointments. Hand applique was FANTASTIC. It helped me and I had something to show for it. That was great!


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