Monday, March 18, 2013

Let the Giveaway's Begin!



Announcing our first giveaway hope you will join the fun.  We have several more giveaways planned.
 
For the first giveaway we will have  two different winners.  Pati Jane and I are going to be demonstrating at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri this fall and these are just a couple of the beginner kits we will offer.  They are easy enough ages 8 to 80 can learn to do them!
 
We have been busy making new patterns, kits, gathering supplies, dyeing yarn and oh so much more.  That is only a glimpse of what is in the works.....so on with the giveaway!
 
Two lucky winners will receive
 Oxford #10 Punch Needle
Hand~dyed wool yarn
A Prairie Moon Pattern
Monks cloth
and
Rug Binding
 
Here is what you will need to do to enter the drawing.
Leave a comment on this post and become a follower of this blog if you haven't already.  If you don't have a blog you need to leave an email address in your comment so we can contact you if you win. 
 
We will announce a winner Monday,   March 25th!
 
 
Until we meet again.....Ginger
 

33 comments:

sandrasc said...

What fun you two gals have come up with! Will be watching to see what you do in the future.
Don't have a blog but you know where I am at (just in case I do win!!)
sandra

Gayle said...

What a fun project - I've always wanted to try an Oxford Punch Needle! Great colors of yarn too! I'm your newest follower now!

Beadbugbit said...

Found this blog from the other one. Love the giveaways and this one looks like a lot of fun. I hope Branson is very successful for you both.

Penny Shepherd said...

Looking forward to following this blog. I want to learn rug hooking and needle punch. Penny
drpennyshepherd@gmail.com

jennifer768 said...

Sounds like a lot of fun to have a blog with a friend.Please sign me up for your giveaway,I have became a new follower.Hugs,Jen

WoolenSails said...

I do have punch needles and have made a few things, but not having a large enough frame keeps me from doing larger pieces or using it on monks cloth patterns. Do you use a frame?

Debbie

Wool-Stitches said...

Love your little kits and Branson sounds like so much fun!

Robin ~ Bird In The Hand Primitives ~ said...

How FUN!! I would love to learn to do Punch rugs !! Please enter me !! :)
Robin

Trace4J said...

Nothing like a good friend and a blog together.
How cool.
Love to learn.
Woolie hugs

Prairie Moon Primitives said...

Debbie...
I do use a frame. If you don't have a large enough frame you can use a hoop and just overhoop your project. It will need to be the quilt hoop type. Hope this helps.
Ginger

Suzan White said...

Punch rugs arefun...please enter me
Suzan

countercrafts said...

Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway. I am now a follower and would greatly appreciate learning how to do this awesome craft. Take Care and God Bless! Donna

Lori @ applegrovetreasures said...

I have been wanting to learn how to do this! Please count me in, I am a follower:)
~Lori

Doreen B said...

Just subscribed to your blog!! That is a great giveaway
Package! I haven't done rug hookling but have done
Needle punch and love it!

~Backroad Treasures~ said...

What a lovely giveaway, I would love to be put in for this.... Thank you for giving us a chance to win such wonderful goodies...
Blessings
~Rhonda~

Pam in IL said...

Wonderful give-away! I've done punch needle but not rug hooking. I follow you through reader. Good luck in Branson. Thanks for the chance!

primitivebettys said...

You girls are both so sweet, kind, and generous! I do hope I get to visit you in Silver Dollar City... and really want to get down to your place for a weekend gathering too! One of these days I hope to master the Oxford! :-)

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

What a wonderful giveaway! I came over from your other blog and now am a follower of this one.
Please include me in your drawing.

pippirose said...

I`ve always wanted to try punch needle. Love the colours!
:o)
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

cucki said...

Hi, its me cucki from south africa...
Sounds like a lot of fun to have a blog with a friend.
Please sign me up for your giveaway,I have became a new follower....
Love Cucki xxxx

Jacqueline said...

Did not know about this site, came over from Primitives by the etc... am now a new follower.

Love your and Patti's work.

Thanks for a chance at your giveaway. I have yet to try punchneedle.
Jacqueline


jleibfried@aol.com

Jean @ Prim Crafts said...

Please enter me in your fun giveaway. I love punch needle! I am a follower of your wonderful blog.
Prim Blessings,
Jean

Kim Robinson said...

Count me in!
take care
Kim

Chelsea @ Garden-Me.com said...

These look so neat! Thanks for the chance :-)

Julee said...

Thanks for the great giveaway. Maybe I will see you in Branson this fall.

Betty in MO said...

Hi girls,
Can't wait until you are at Silver Dollar City!! I'm already planning a trip to visit you while you are there. It's a fun place, you're going to love it.
Please count me in the drawing.
Betty in MO

Sandy said...

This is the first time I've seen your sight, it is really fun. I would love to entered into your giveaway. My email is tdlewis63@gmail.com

PineNeedlePrimitives said...

I am a new follower and I like what I see. New prim friends with a give away. I am also a beginner rug hooker so would enjoy a chance at the dyed wool or pattern. Please enter me in the drawing.
Blessings,
Nancy from PineNeedlePrimitives at
nj_upnorth(at)yahoo(dot)com

Karen~The Barely There Primitive Bear said...

I just signed on to follow and I would love to be entered in your giveaway!

Thanks~Karen

patti said...

Just found your blog and I love it! Thanks for the opportunity to win! Spklawson @ yahoo.xo.

woollylottrugs said...

Would love to be entered in your giveaway! You do such beautiful work!!! Thanks a bunch.

hugs
cyndi

Jagstitch@aol.com

PatC - All is Bright said...

Oh love these patterns! Please add me to your give away.

Thank you

Pat

Allisbrightcrafts @yahoo.com

My Maine Blog said...

Love your blog...a new hobby I have always wanted to learn. I will be back often to see your beautiful creations and to hopefully pick up a few lessons to start this new craft. It looks like something that would be wonderful to fill up those long, cold winter days so I guess I better get going and learn the tricks of the trade before next year.