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Hey everybody, it's time once again for the Quilter's Blog Hop Party and Giveaway. Special thanks to the Quilting Gallery for hosting. If you haven't been over there yet, click through because there are tons of awesome giveaways!
If you're discovering my blog for the first time, welcome! I'm Shannon, a research scientist by day and art quilter and general crafter by night. I hope you'll take a few moments to look around and maybe come back in future! Here are a few of my recently finished quilts; you can see more by clicking the pages at the top.
|Rejoice Rejoice, Shannon Conley, 2012|
|S is for... #3: You Cleared My Name, Shannon Conley, 2012|
|Spring in October, Shannon Conley, 2012|
Now for the good stuff:
To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment below telling me something interesting about you. Whatever you like, your favorite Christmas/Holiday tradition, your favorite type of project to do, or maybe your favorite flavor of toothpaste.
That's it! If you want to follow me or add my blog to your reader, that'd be great, but it isn't required. I'm willing to ship internationally, but please make sure that if you are a no-reply blogger that I have a way to get in touch with you. I'll use random.org to draw a winner on the evening of December 15th.
I'll be giving away two prize packages to two different people:
Package 1: This is two patterns, the Kitschy Corset Apron (which has a bunch of different cute variations) from Brassy Apple, and the Jack and Jill hat pattern from Izzy and Ivy Designs (these are adorable for the littles in your life). It also includes Denim by Design by Barb Chauncey which has tons of great ideas and patterns for recycling/upcycling old jeans into a variety of fun accessories/bags etc. I'm also putting in one of the cathedral window pincushions I recently made using a bunch of fun Christmas scraps.
Package 2: This is a fun lined zippy pouch with a paper pieced flower, a crocheted cotton granny square dishcloth (seriously guys, these are so scrubby and great for cleaning up, I never use regular dish cloths anymore) and the book Simply Sublime Bags by Jody Kahn. It has tons of pretty and easy bag/purse projects.
Hope you enjoy and good luck to all in the giveaway!