Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Fall into Winter Giveaway

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Would you like to win some Fall and Winter stitching goodies??
 
Included in the package are two stumpwork kits for a scissors protector and thimble nest, Permin 28-ct. linen, various Fall-colored threads to try (linen, tweed, bamboo...!), Mill Hill buttons, Just Cross Stitch Nov/Dec (I think!) 2010, 3 skeins Dinky Dyes "Bush Christmas" silk floss, and some Madeira metallic to try out.

So how do you enter? Simple; you get one chance each if you...
  • Leave a comment on this post by November 11th at 11:59pm, EST. Tell me your favorite Fall dish (or even better...recipe). No need to be a follower, because you will get an extra chance if you happen to...
  • Be a follower!
  • Post about this contest on your blog. Feel free to use/link to the picture of the goodies. Please put a link to your post in a comment...I thank you. =)
I was going to make this a shorter contest, but I'll be at The Attic in Mesa, AZ for a Jackie du Plessis class (Chocolat...you may have seen me mention it once or twice...or fifteen times) and I'll be doing well to get the package off on the 12th! I want to get it to you in time to use the Fall threads while it's still Fall! =) Hopefully you'll have time to stitch up something nice for Thanksgiving. Well...unless you've already celebrated Thanksgiving. (I'm looking at you, Canada =) In that case, you'll have a spiffing start on next year.

Giveaway is now closed! I'll be announcing the winner soon!

JiffNotes
Surely giving stuff away will make me feel better about cold temperatures coming my way!

20 comments:

Annette said...

Hmmm...I'm *hoping* you can find a few minutes to say "HI!" while you're here at *my* LNS!! LOL

Though I'm tempted to actually take the class...hmmmm

Parsley said...

I'm a happy follower and would love to be entered. Fav. fall recipe? Probably baked potato soup for a chilly evening. I'll see if I can email it soon.

Amy said...

yay cross stitch goodies :)

since I shared my favorite fall dish on the other giveaway, I will share my second favorite fall dish - pot roast!

Real easy:
In crock pot, combine one pot roast, one can of cream of mushroom soup, one packet of lipton onion soup mix, and some carrots and potatoes. Cook on High for 4-5 hours :)

Erin said...

Pretty! Our favorite Thanksgiving recipe is based on this one by Claire Robinson. She's the 5 Ingredient Fix lady, so we BYOC (be your own chef) and swap the water for chicken broth/stock (sometimes it takes a little extra to make it moist enough) and add in some poultry seasoning. We know prefer this recipe over even my grandmother's old recipe. Not healthy, but so yum!

Erin said...

*Now, not know. ::sigh::

Blu said...

That stumpwork stuff looks interesting, as do the rest of the goodies.

Favourite fall dish would be pumpkin pie (if that counts). Yum.

Grr. Now I want pie. And at 10 in the night the stores are all closed. sigh

Delusional Knitter said...

One of my favorite and simple things to make in fall is a pot roast in the crock pot. Get 2-4 lb pot roast meat. Cover with cream of mushroom soup (no H20) 3-4 cans. Cook on low 12 hours. Take meat out to plate and shred, return to crock pot and cook another hour or so. Make mashed potatoes and serve meat/gravy over potatoes or as Sam would say Po-Tay-TOES.

Measi said...

Lovely giveaway! Please add my name into consideration. :)

I'm adding a link to my post here for you:

I have two favorite dishes for autumn. First is my apple and sausage stuffing, which for some reason I only make for Thanksgiving. It's complete comfort food and really could be eaten as a meal. I have the recipe on my blog here.

The other is butternut squash bisque, which I don't make, but is served seasonally at a deli near my work - and OMG, it is guaranteed to take any tension out of you with every sip. Absolutely heavenly.

Rahenna said...

I'd like to be entered, please! I'm a follower. :)

Hard to think of a fall dish now, as I've lived in Texas for a while and there really isn't fall here. :p I love having baked goods around this time of year, but I'm terrible at baking (too much measuring!) so easy stuff like this is what I go for.

http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/double-lemon-poppy-seed-cake-122855.aspx

Man, now I want to make one...

Charity C. said...

Wow what a great giveaway! I am a follower now and I will post your giveaway on my sidebar. My favorite fall dish would have to be...clam chowder with homemade dinner rolls!

Hannah - City Stitcher said...

I would love to etner, I'm a follower and will post about it on my blog on the giveaways section on my side bar:

citystitching.blogspot.com

Thanks! :)

Southpaw Stitcher said...

Hey Heather--Please enter me in your giveaway. I've been a follower of yours for some time now. There is a link to your giveaway post on the sidebar of my blog.
http://southpaw.stitcher.blogspot.com
My favorite fall recipt is veggie chili. You can find it here:
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/meatiest-vegetarian-chili-from-your-slow-cooker/detail.aspx

Southpaw Stitcher said...

Ooops, it's late. My blog address is:
http://southpawstitcher.blogspot.com

Peggy said...

My favorite fall dish is gumbo - nice and hot, served over fluffy rice.
Thanks,
Peggy
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Peggy said...

I'm a new follower.
Thanks,
Peggy
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Peggy said...

I have posted about your contest on my blog.
Thanks,
Peggy
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

lanybleu said...

I am a follower,

lanybleu said...

My Fav recipe is homemade mushroom soup.

lanybleu said...

I have a link on my blog to your great giveaway.

http://lanybleu.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

SueT said...

Hi Heather
I came here from Measi's blog and I'd like a chance for your giveaway too (that's if you will post overseas cos I'm in France)
I like the look of your blog so I'm following now.
Favourite fall dish ??? I think Leek and potato soup, homemade of course, my DH is expert at that!!
Sue T

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