Friday, February 1, 2013

My First Alphabet Pattern Giveaway!

It is time for a Giveaway!!! I've decided to offer up a free personal use copy of My First Alphabet pattern to one lucky reader! (plus I really want to try out Rafflecopter, since I never have before.) :)

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The pattern comes with 3 pages of instructions and tips, including how to add a little variation to your patterns. 
It also includes a paper piecing pattern for every letter of the alphabet (all uppercase).

If you are new to paper piecing, you can find a complete tutorial on my blog HERE (including a supply list and tips for cutting and finishing your blocks).

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So let's try this out! All the ways to enter are in the Rafflecopter. If you have any questions, or it doesn't seem to be working, let me know. :) (UPDATE: I think I fixed it so you can answer the question in the Rafflecopter if you don't want to leave a comment on the blog. I can still read your answers either way, and love all the ideas so far!! My to-do list is getting longer!) :)

The giveaway is open from now until Wed, Feb 6th at midnight! 
I will pick a winner on Thursday after I figure out how to pick one. ;)

Thanks for playing along!






You can find all my patterns on Craftsy and Etsy.

Diane



25 comments:

  1. I'd make a quilt for my daughter with her name on it!

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  2. I would make a wall-hanging with a word of inspiration on it such as "Love, Faith, Joy, Peace"

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  3. Obviously, I don't know how to use rafflecopter because my "answer" for the first entry is blank. What I meant to say was "I'd make a wallhanging for above Baby's crib. Lots of family based words since we don't know Baby's gender or name yet." 2 more months!!

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  4. Yeah, I couldn't figure out how to make rafflecopter work, either. I think I'd make a sewing-themed mini for my sewing space. Maybe "keep calm and sew on" or just some sewing words. Awesome giveaway, Diane!

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  5. I wasn't able to write in my word... I'd like to do an inspirational quote. Or maybe just my son's name since it only has 5 letters... Jacob

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  6. "QUILTING BLISS" in Bliss, to go above my design boards at my sewing desks. :D

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  7. I would make a quilt for my friend who is pregnate, I would do the baby's name :)

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  8. I'd make a wall hanging with my son's name on it for his room. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. Your letters are wonderful! I would make a pillow cover that said 'SLEEP' .

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  10. My first word would be on a wallhanging that would say CALM, does that hint at the kind of day I'm having so far?!
    Thank you for the chance :)

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  11. Thank you Dianne for sharing your fantastic pattern! I'm also mixed with this rufflecopter - should I write my answer some where else ... I would like to make my blog's name (why I have chosen so long name?) or perhaps just lots of letters on a wall quilt.
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  13. What a lovely giveaway. I have admired your letters,they're favorites in my etsy account. I think I would consider the word "Faithful" and make myself a wall hanging. Of course, there are a lot of other words that could be written too, if I happened to win. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  14. I have a quilt for my mom thats lyrics, "go big or go home" I say :)

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  15. I'd make our nieces pillows with their names that match the quilts I've made them :)

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  16. I would make a little quilt that says WELCOME to hang on the door.

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  17. I would use the letters to spell Faith into a pillow for the living room. I just adore these letters and I love paper piecing. Win, win I believe. :)

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  18. Wow, turns out my idea isn't that original but I would make wall hangings of my kids names. Would love to win!

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  19. So much fun! I've been wanting to try paper piecing for about a year so I can make items for my great nieces & nephews even cuter! This will do the trick!

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  20. I could lie and say I'd make my name or something like that. But honeslty, I'd probably make a curse word or something like "poop". I'm very juvenile like that.

    Hmm, maybe I'd make a little curse word lap quilt for my sister. She'd probably love that.

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  21. I would make the word WELCOME on a little quilt and hang it on the little section of my balcony above the entry walk when you enter my home. What a cool idea this is!

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  23. I'd make my 2 little girls name- each one on a different pillow :)

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