Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Spring Woolkeeper Giveaway!


Is there something on the Woolkeeper site that you would really like?


To get a chance to win it, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling me what kit you would like. You can get another chance to win if you also comment on a kit you enjoyed and have either completed or are working on right now. 
This Woolkeeper giveaway will close on next Wednesday, April 9th at midnight CT. I will randomly pick the winner on April 10th. Looking forward to the comments.

I had a great beginning wool applique group last weekend at Prairie Stitches Quilt Shop. The ladies were fabulous and are now official woolies. I love to start stitchers on their adventure with wool applique. Two ladies drove 2 hours to get to the class. I wish I could have made them dinner before they left for their journey home. Thanks to all the ladies for a great stitching time together. We worked on the Coneflower Needle and Pin Keeps. Kits for pink coneflowers on brown background and bluish-purple coneflowers on off white background are on the site.


I have added 3 more Blackberry Primitive patterns designed by Kay Cloud on the Woolkeeper site under patterns by other designers. The Rabbits and Carrot pattern is so cute.  I made some of the carrots in wool and some in cotton velvet. They're going to be fun additions to Easter baskets. The pattern has bunnies, too. I'm working on one in gray wool. It was a hoot to use one of the little carrots for a pin keep this week.

There is also a pattern for Birds of a Feather and darling lambs called Lambswool. Think I'll do the birds in velvet and the lambs in wool.

Lilies of the Valley are one of my favorite flowers. I adore the delicacy of the little white bells. I can't wait for them to bloom this year after our brutal winter. I always put a mason jar of them on the kitchen table so we can enjoy their special fragrance. I like a big pin keep on my cutting table so I recently made this large pin keep. It's 4 1/2" x 9". I'll put together a few kits for those who like super sized pin keeps.



It's birthday week for my furry kids.  Em is 9 and Bit is 12. I'll put in another chance for you to win the giveaway if you can tell me which of these doggies is a drama queen:) Happy Birthday to my loyal and faithful everyday stitching pals.  Woof.


Em


The Bit

16 comments:

  1. Hi Kathy! I'd love to win Sp"egg"tacular. I'm working on Laurel Spring Splendor and I use my Mrs Fluffles all the time. I'm also am waiting for one of the coming soon kits to come out. I love your patterns and classes. I'm not sure which one is the drama queen but you talked about Little Bit last time I saw you. Thanks for the chances to win.

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    1. Thanks Danette. I know your Laurel Spring Splendor will be gorgeous. Can't wait to see it. Which coming soon are you looking for? Maybe I can expedite its' arrival:)

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  2. HI Kathy love all of you patterns started working on my needle keep from the stitching class. I'm looking forward to the new pattern coming out for the spring series,and as for the drama queen I thank that it Em,but they both are drama queens. I enjoy your classes. Thanks for a chance to win jinnie

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    1. Thank-you Jinnie. I'm looking forward to stitching with you. Bring your needle keep to class. Everyone would love to see it.

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  3. Your March Luck banner is awesome! My Irish daughter-in-law would love it! This is the first time I have seen your blog and your beautiful kits.

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    1. Welcome! Thank-you for the compliments. I love creating with wool. March Luck is one of my favorites. Hope you stop by again soon.

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  4. Your patterns are always so great/lovely.
    I would lover to have them all. I am currently working on "Cute as a Button". Finished my needle keep for Stitching class. Your little ones are adorable and I think maybe Lil bit would most likely be your drama queen. Talk soon, Lisa

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  5. Thank-you, Lisa. You do beautiful wool pieces. Please bring your keep for show n tell. I know it's very pretty. Aren't the beads fun?

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  6. With all your love is just beautiful and so is everything you create.

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    1. Thanks so much Jen. I do love to design things for stitchers.

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  7. Had a look around tour Blog Your woolies are all lovely
    I would pick the tulip needle keep Loved it at first sight

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    1. Thank-you for looking at my designs. The tulip keep is very popular this long awaited Spring.

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  8. Hello Kathleen,

    Oh the kits are all so lovely, I love the one called "house on daisy hill". I think The Bit may be the one you are talking about being a drama queen.
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter your lovely giveaway.

    Happy days.
    Bev.

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    1. Hi Bev! Daisy Hill has a lot of embroidery on it. I had fun doing all the daisies. My pleasure to share a giveaway.

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  9. Oh I love your blog and all your patterns. I would love to pick Essence of Spring. Thank you for the chance to enter your lovely giveaway.

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  10. Hi Helen! Thanks for stopping by. Essence of Spring is a fun and quick project. Loved your scrap quilt on FNwF.

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