A friend and I, along with her mom and several other friends, will be getting together in the new year on a regular basis to make quilts for Victoria’s Quilts Canada.
We need fabric. While we’ll all be donating fabric from our own stashes, I thought it would be extra special to have fabric donated from around the world. Here’s the plan.
Send me six 5-inch charms of 100% cotton fabric. Three of the charms will go directly to making quilts for charity and the other three will go into a pile for a contest. Once I have 36 charms in the contest pile, I’ll do a random draw and one lucky sender will win the entire pile of 36.
You’ll have a one in 12 chance to win. I’ll just keep making piles of 36 to randomly draw a winner. So, if 36 of you participate, there will be three winners.
The completed quilts will be labelled, made with fabric donated from quilters around the world. How special will that be for the lucky person to receive one of the quilts?
Send me six 5-inch charms of 100% cotton fabric. No more than two of the same design, please. Six charms will fold nicely to fit a standard business envelope, so it shouldn’t need any extra postage.
Print clearly on a piece of paper: Your name, email address, blog address (if you have one) and your country and state/province if in the US or Canada. Your email address will NOT be published online.
Deadline to mail: December 31, 2008 (final draw January 31, 2009)
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This post was published on November 29th, 2008. Post topics: Charity Quilting.