Saturday, May 24, 2014

The 4th May for Me Giveaway!

Update:
This Giveaway has ended.

The 4th May for Me Giveaway will be another Surprise!   

4 surprise prizes for one winner!




#1 The winner will receive a colorful surprise assortment of 100 Charm Squares! Yes I said 100 charm squares --- not 42.

You can make a quilt that measures approximately 45" X 45" square ---- that is 10 charm rows across by 10 charm rows down.

#2 And the winner will receive surprise binding fabric!

#3 And the winner will receive surprise backing fabric!

#4 And the winner will receive surprise border fabric!

This week again --- There is NOT a photo of the surprise charms and surprise binding fabric and surprise backing fabric and surprise border fabric, because it is a surprise!  

I will ask the winner their favorite color and I will surprise the winner with a surprise assortment of 100 charm Squares including their favorite color if possible.  It will be the Quilter's Blenders Colors for the 100 charms squares.

Leave a comment to enter:

What is your favorite quilt block?

Mine is the courthouse round quilt block.

Do you want a second chance to win?

First --- Thanks for all the sharing on last week's Giveaway! I love when you share my giveaways! 

Surprise me by sharing my giveaway on your facebook page - tag me: Marcia Wachuta and tell me in your comment for your second chance to win.

Or share it on your blog - share the link to your post in your comment.

Or share my giveaway on twitter - Tag it #MayforMe  and include @craftysewing and let me know with your comment.

Or share it somewhere else and come back and tell me in your comment. 

I think we have finally solved our internet problem!  But something surprising happened to me while I did not have internet, I was sewing more!  I am not going to reply to the entries this week either.... I am going to sew and spend time with family and friends.... but I will be back to regular posting in June! 

This Giveaway Ends May31st (at Midnight) and winner will be announced in June. I will announce and contact the winner during the first week in June.

There will be one more May for Me Giveaway on the last day of May! 

Don't forget to share your May for Me Posts on the Sharing Page or the Sharing posts. It is one Big May for Me Linky Party!

Thanks for sharing!

Enjoy your day!

Marcia

44 comments:

Sew Surprising said...

Now this has me thinking, I would have to say the economy block paper pieced, as it works with lots of different coloured fabrics. Dont have a favourite colour. :)

ozone3 said...

My favorite block is the Churn Dash.

Thanks for the chance to win!!

blocksandmore said...

My all time fave is the Pineapple block.

Debbie Rogowski said...

my favorite block is the friendship star (also great for using charms) and my favorite color is green!!

jrwork said...

My favorite block is the log cabin. My first quilt was a log cabin quilt-in-a-day and I've loved that block ever since. ..and love blue!

Denise Mitchell said...

My favorite block is the friendship block and my favorite color is purple.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I think one of my favorite blocks is the basket block.

Unknown said...

This is a hard one to answer. I could say that it is always the one that I am working on at that time. I do seem to like all kinds of star patterns. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

DebraKay Neiman said...

My favorite block is the Ohio Star. I love grey and pink fabrics. I shared and tagged on twitter and facebook. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Sarah said...

Thank you for the surprise giveaway! My favorite color is all sorts of burgandys, reds and pinks. And my favorite block is the nine patch. I just can't get over that one! :) Thanks for the fantastic giveaway! sarah@forrussia.org

Vicki H said...

I like the log cabin and pinwheel blocks.

Rose Sabey said...

I am not a real experienced quilter, but I have done the card trick block a few times and it is my favorite right now, LOL. Thanks for the opportunity.

Rose Sabey said...

Hi Marcia, I shared this on facebook, but until we are "friends" I cannot tag you in the post.

PK Sews said...
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PK Sews said...

You are so generous Marcia. And surprises are such fun! My favorite block is the pinwheel, and my favorite color is blue. Thanks for the fun and thanks for your wonderful blog! I shared your giveaway on Facebook!

Linda Hodges said...

I love the shoe fly block and my favorite colors are Autumn colors, oranges, golds etc. thanks for the chance!

Cheri, the Quilting Nanny said...

My fav quilt block is HST..any design, any order. There is just limitless designs you can make with HST's. And they are so quick and easy to make, utilizes the scrap basket scraps or from yardage! Just make them and start twisting and turning and the designs never stop!
Cheri
quiltingnanny(AT)yahoo.com

Bonnie said...

I really like pinwheel and windmill blocks. They're really fun to make.

Bonnie said...

I shared your giveaway on pinterest:

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/540361655263351323/

Thanks for the giveaway!

Bonnie said...

I shared your giveaway on pinterest:

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/540361655263351323/

Thanks for the giveaway!

john hutchens said...

my favorite block is the pinwheel

john hutchens said...

I shared on facebook https://www.facebook.com/john.hutchens.965/posts/497228297043529

Gill said...

My favourite is the churn dash

Lisa Marie said...

If I had to pick one I would choose log cabin because it is so versatile.

Lori said...

Currently, mine is churn dash

gpc said...

So many patterns, so many that I love -- but for the sake of argument, today's favorite is the Bear's Paw. :) Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

Chantal said...

Wow! What a GREAT giveaway! I will blog about it later. For the questions, the answers are orange and 9 Patch in all its variations. Love Ohio Star, Churn Dash, Shoo-fly, etc. Every quilt made with these blocks, I have to touch. I just can't help myself. I am funny that way!! Thanks for the chance.

barbara woods said...

disappearing 9 patch, thanks

Brenda said...

Oh dear. What if I have too many favorites to list? I'm entranced with the churn dash block right now -- small, either 3" or 4 1/2". Also love the double 9-patch, and the related Irish Chain blocks in all their versions. And last, but not least, the Log Cabin I used to make a generous queen-sized top with 5 1/4" blocks -- 3 round of 3/4" logs. Maybe my favorite quilt top.

Chantal said...

I have posted a link on my blog which you can see here http://atthecornerofscrapandquilts.blogspot.ca/2014/05/on-sunday.html
Thanks again for the giveaway.

Marjorie Nath said...

I don't have a favorite block, I still enjoy trying out new ones. I do really like star blocks, especially paper pieced ones.
Favorite color....for the last couple of years it has been purple.

Marjorie Nath said...

I shared your post on my facebook wall.

Farm Quilter said...

I just love flying geese - there are just so many things you can do with them!! Thank you for the awesome giveaway - all of them have been so much fum (yep, I read the comments too!).

Debbie said...

I like anything with hexagons. So, GFG would be a favorite. Thanks for your fun giveaways, Marcia!

Janarama said...

My favorite block is the HST because you can make so many different designs with it.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I don't really have a favorite block. I do like HST's in blocks. You can twist and turn them all different directions. My favorite color is red.

Chiska said...

I don't think I have a favorite block, but I really like attic windows.

Lyndsey said...

My favourite block is the Dresden plate

Valerie Reynolds said...

Pinwheels are my favorite block!!

Lisa J. said...

I'm pretty fond of flying geese at the moment.

Lisa J. said...

I'm pretty fond of flying geese at the moment.

Linda said...

HI, my favorite quilt block is the Pinwheel! Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Kay said...

I love the dresden plate, it was my first ever block and is quite addictive. Thanks for a fun giveaway. x

Karen Thurn said...

My favorite quilt block is the log cabin. One can do so much with it. kthurn@bektel.com