Wednesday Giveaway

UPDATE: Congratulations to Jessalyn Matthews Frank, the lucky winner of this book! I’m sorry to all who were not chosen by the random number generator. Luckily, if you want the pattern, you can still find it here, as a downloadable ePattern.

This week’s giveaway is a copy of All Around The Neighborhood. It was published in 2000  and is out of print. Click here to find the downloadable pattern for the cover quilt. There are other patterns in this book and one of these days I’ll make them into downloadable patterns… but not today.

Leave a comment to enter the drawing.

To leave a comment click the little icon that looks like a thought bubble at the upper left at the top of this post. That will open the comment section. Scroll to the bottom to find the box in which to leave your comment/reply.

I’ll use a random number generator to choose a winner Thursday morning, March 30, 2017. Good luck!

165 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. Thanks for offering a chance to win! I have most of your other books and would love this one. Have enjoyed all your work over the years…and your videos!

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  2. I can’t resist the house theme. It must be love of hearth and home. All house blocks attract me. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  3. I would love this book to complete my collection of your fantastic appliqué designs.

    Kim berridge On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 1:03 AM Piece O Cake Blog wrote:

    > Becky Goldsmith posted: “This week’s giveaway is a copy of All Around The > Neighborhood. It was published in 2000 and is out of print. Click here to > find the downloadable pattern for the cover quilt. There are other patterns > in this book and one of these days I’ll make them into ” >

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  4. House quilts are my all time favorites! I have a Pinterest Board of nothing but pics of house quilts…I don’t know what it is about them, maybe they just feel like….home

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  5. I still think this is one of the most appealing house quilts I’ve ever seen–makes me want to move into that neighborhood!

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  6. Dear Generator, I’m trying to remember my math classes from many years ago… since you are random, do I have the same chance of winning each Wednesday? Regardless, there is something very fun about entering a giveaway each week. The book looks wonderful. Thanks 🙂

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  7. What a delightful and happy quilt! I can’t wait to make it. In addition to loving houses, villages, and other people places as ideas for quilts, I was a teacher for many years so the children remind me of my teaching life, too. Many years ago I made my version of your Christmas Village when you were on Alex Anderson’s Love of Quilting. I madly sketched ideas as you talked about the quilt, and learned to do the tiny applique on the windows. Love your other work also; thanks for your talent and sharing.

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  8. Love your houses . Made your welcome to the North Pole quilt in wool with lots of embroidery on glow in the dark tiny star fabric for my grandson a few years ago. He snuggles up with it all year

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  9. Love this pattern and your quilt, find your way home with the Alzeihmers initiative! It troubled the lives of several loved family members. A terrible disease! thanks for the chance and Happy Spring.

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