Sunday, June 28, 2009

Frickin' Chicken Giveaway


Another "When am I going to get this project done" moment has hit. I had thought about making another Pineapple Blossom quilt over Bonnie Hunter's pattern using chicken fabrics. My plan was to title it "Pineapple Chicken".


Reality has bit me in the butt again and I'm feeling a little overwhelmed. When WILL I get all of this done?????


So I've decided to pass this project on to someone else who will totally enjoy them. Chickens really aren't my thing anyway.


This is going to be a really quick giveaway................ 24 hours only. So leave a comment (Remember I have to be able to get in touch with you if you win) and tomorrow (Monday, June 29) at 4:30 pm EST I will draw the winner.


Have fun!



23 comments:

sheddy said...

I love chickens and would do your fabric justice!
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lesthook said...

I love chickens! What cute material!

Pat said...

Gosh...I feel a tiny bit guilty entering this one since I won your last one, BUT.....I'll swallow my guilt and let my fascination with chicken fabrics prevail here. :) I think these fabrics would be SUCH fun to use!!!

Erzebat said...

OOOOO!! chicken fabric!! I am in the middle of a sparkly chicken block swap within the pickle posse. this fabric would make a great poneapple block fillers inbetween the sparkly chicken blocks! (mauh) Liz

Beth said...

OK I'm in.....These fabrics would go nicely with my other chicken fabrics hehehe

Pick me Pick me!!

julieQ said...

May I have the honor of being the first?? I love the fabric, but mostly thank you for your generosity. The name...THE Name!! is the best!!

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

*cluck-cluck*

translation:

*gasp-gasp*

Ooooo.....what a lovely selection of fabrics and I appreciate that you are so willing to just give them up.

Quilt Pixie said...

what a great collection of fabrics! I can total sympathize at having too many great plans though -- sometimes the best thing to do is be realistic and bail! :-)

Joyce said...

Great giveaway. Chicken fabric is cool.....thanks for the chance.

marilyn said...

when I read the title of your post, I thought you were giving away a chicken dinner. Now I want to go to KFC for some fried chicken! But winning the chicken fabric would be really neat too. What could be better? Eating chicken and making a chicken quilt? How fun! Just don't wipe your finger licken sticky fingers on my quilt!!!

Bonnie said...

To chicken, or not to chicken, that is the question. I'll skip the rest of the quotation as I can't remember much more. wouldn't a chicken quilt look cute in my kitchen. It may take a few months to get to it but since you have done all the planning how easy could it be! Bonnie

GARI said...

That is great fabric. My mother, 87, loves chickens ande they would make a wonderful quilt for her.

Loretta said...

I would love love love to have this fabric!
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Cherold said...

My kitchen is done in chickens! Gotta love them.
hugs,
Cheri
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Renee G said...

I would love to make this up. I absolutely adore chickens.

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scraphappy said...

Taking a UFO and making it into a giveaway. I like it! I am now thinking about making my own UFO's into a giveaway. What a great idea!

pajudie said...

I can't believe you're giving away your "frickin chicken" fabric - whatever will we laugh about???
Judie

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Living on the Spit said...

That fabric would definitely be used for good in this house. I would make something for a friend of mine who has the best chicken clutch. Oooooo...I would just love to win these to create something wonderful for her!!!

Jan said...

Please count me in Nancy! Adorable fabrics. Had to LOL when you stated that "chickens were not really your thing!!!" Tks so much for the chance to win :)

Tracy said...

Chickens...I don't love them but I know them quite well! I'd give it to Bonnie, she loves them!

Andee said...

Just two days ago I had to send in a tip to one of my online quilting groups...my tip was if you don't want to do it give it away, donate it, pass it on! I hate things sitting around nagging me that I am not into, I would be happy to do another Bonnie quilt with your chicken fabrics!

Lisa said...

Wonderful fabric and so generous of you. My sister and I are raising chickens and now that the children are grown we are starting a business selling chicken fabric attire. These would be perfect!