Christmas In July – A fun contest from Quiltmaker + Wednesday Giveaway

CIJ14logo Christmas In July    A fun contest from Quiltmaker + Wednesday Giveaway Our sister publication Quiltmaker is holding a fun contest called Quiltmaker’s Christmas in July.

Below are their details and please go to their website to enter Quiltmaker’s Christmas in July.

There are 8 winners! Each prize package is worth over $558.

CIJ14quilts 500 Christmas In July    A fun contest from Quiltmaker + Wednesday Giveaway Each person will win one holiday-themed quilt tops (plus backing and binding to finish) and beautiful fabric from:

• Clothworks
• Hoffman California Fabrics
• Moda Fabric
• Northcott
• P&B Fabric
• Quilting Treasures
• Robert Kaufman
• Timeless Treasures

AND winners will also receive the following wonderful prizes:

• Three pattern book set from AccuQuilt
• Variegated thread set from Connecting Threads
• Quilt Ruler Upgrade Kit from Guidelines4Quilting
• Free-Motion Machine Quilting for Beginners DVD featuring Helen Godden from Handi Quilter
• 18 spool box of Cotona thread from Madeira
• Handwork Sampler: Printable Sticky Fabri-Solvy and 6 popular colors of Sulky 12-wt. Cotton Petites 50-yd spools from Sulky

To enter the Christmas in July contest please go to Quiltmaker.com.

The contest will be open from 2:00 pm MST on 5/29/14 until 11:59 pm MST on 8/5/14.

Are you ready for Wednesday Giveaway?

Since we have a quilting theme going on, lets’ stick with it! Up for Wednesday Giveaway is 3 quilting books from Patchwork Place. To enter into this contest enter a comment about how you keep cool while sewing in the hot months of summer.

photo3 Christmas In July    A fun contest from Quiltmaker + Wednesday Giveaway

One winner will be announced next Wednesday!

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9 Responses to Christmas In July – A fun contest from Quiltmaker + Wednesday Giveaway

  1. Sherilyn says:

    Turn the air-conditioner down to “comfortable” and I also have a ceiling fan in my sewing room!

  2. Charlotte Brown says:

    Thanks for this opportunity

  3. Mary Mac says:

    Sitting on the porch drinking Cold ice lemonade.

  4. Bev C says:

    Hello,

    I have the fire going here at present, a real Winter’s day. In Summer I have a portable airconditioner in the sewing room. It really cools the room down. Thanks for the opportunity to win some great books.

    Happy days.
    Bev.

  5. Katie says:

    I tried an additional fan, but it blew the fabric around. So instead I sew early in the morning before the sun and kids are up and late at night when the sun and kids are asleep. When the baby takes a nap I also get some cutting time in!

  6. Myrna says:

    My brother just put my AC in (bless his heart). Before this I have three fans that sit around my sewing and cutting tables not that it really gets very hot in Washington. The few days it does the fans do the trick. We just had our Shop Hop and what a blast.

  7. Anita D says:

    Ceiling fan in the sewing room, lots of cool projects, and a refreshing pool in the backyard! Love summertime!

  8. Nina says:

    Its always hot here in Texas ..even in the winter sometimes, so you know the a/c is cranking and my baby is sewing and I am happy with a tall glass of unsweet iced tea ..

  9. Ellen Buck says:

    Fortunately my sewing/craft room is in our “garden” level basement, so usually the ceiling fan is enough, but the AC is ultimate when the heat beats down. Of course that refreshing glass of cold lemon water beats the heat.

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