A Giveaway to Celebrate…Whatever

Well, it’s not my blogaversary, it’s not my 100th or anything hundredth post. Hmm, according to the stats, Akismet (whatever that is) has protected my blog from 3,999 spam. So I suppose that’s worth celebrating. So I’m going to offer something as a bribe incentive to have you answer a few humble questions. Please just answer the following questions in the comments below and I’ll enter you in a drawing for a giveway. I know, you probably want to know exactly what it IS I’m going to give away. Well, here it is…

zipper_pouch

So, what do you think? It’s a zippy pouch, made with 1-1/2″ honey bun strips (see my post over on the CGW blog about other things you can make with a honey bun). Now that I’ve learned to insert a zipper, an invisible zipper, I actually want to do it again! Now, the zippy pouch will probably only be with similar fabrics to this because this one is being used and you probably want a brand new one, right? But I lined it in a totally cool lime green linen so I’ll do that with the new one as well. So is that good enough? Now you’d like to know the questions. OK, but, before I get to them, you might know your way around giveaways and want to know if there are MORE ways you can enter. So here’s the deal, I’ll give you the questions, then I’ll tell you a few more ways you can get another entry. Then I’ll publish this and see if anyone out there actually reads this enough to want to give me some feedback. Thanks sew much!!

Questions:

1) Do you shop online for gifts or gift making supplies?

2) If you do shop online, how would you prefer to see items listed,

a) by category, i.e., fabric, patterns, home sewn items

b) by price range, i.e., Gifts Under $5, $5.01-$10, etc.

c) some other way I can’t think of

See that was pretty easy, wasn’t it? Here are some additional ways you can get an entry into the drawing. PLEASE be sure to add your e-mail address in your comment so I can contact you if you win. PLEASE leave a separate comment for each additional entry.

  1.  Post about this giveaway on YOUR blog
  2.  Twitter (Tweet?) about my giveaway
  3. Post about this on Facebook
  4. Visit my shop and tell me your favorite item(s)
  5. Add this blog to your blogroll
  6. Add this blog to your blog reader thingy RSS feed
  7.  I hate to do this, but I’m dying to see if it will actually work. Purchase something from my shop or website and I’ll give you 5 additional entries.
  8. Visit the Crafty Girls Workshop blog and become a follower

So how is that? If you answer both questions and do all those things, you’ll get at least 10 entries in the giveaway! Wow! How’s that for awesome!? OK, I have to go take care of my furry children now. 

Happy Stitches, Blogging, and Shopping,

Anna

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September 16, 2009. Tags: , , , , , . Crafty Girls Workshop, fabric, Give Aways, sewing.

25 Comments

  1. Lisa replied:

    Questions:

    1) Do you shop online for gifts or gift making supplies?
    YES!!! both.

    2) If you do shop online, how would you prefer to see items listed,

    I prefer….a) by category, i.e., fabric, patterns, home sewn items –but with the ability to sort within my category by price.

  2. Lisa replied:

    Im a craftygirls follower!

  3. Jeannette replied:

    Hi
    1. yes
    2. by price
    3. I f available by item listed content ie hand made etc

  4. Jeannette replied:

    Rouenneries Charm Pack is my favourite thing at the moment I would love to get the whole range eventually

  5. Jeannette replied:

    Already a follwer

  6. Jeannette replied:

    And already a follower of Crafty Girls Workshop blog Happy stitching

  7. Tamara Bell replied:

    1) Do you shop online for gifts or gift making supplies? Yes

    2) If you do shop online, how would you prefer to see items listed? I like having more than one option…so I can chose by price, or by category.!!

    and I’m lazy today so onlyone entry for me!

  8. Mystica replied:

    Am I number 1? I hope that means i get lucky!!!! I am from Sri Lanka where we certainly dont have fabrics online to buy at all. All I can say is that the shops/bloggers offer such beautiful stuff I dont think it can be improved upon. The different lines of fabric the designs available are stupendous.

    Mystica

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

  9. Terry replied:

    No, I don’t really shop online unless I can’t find something locally. I’m a touchy, feely kind of gal and I like to see things in person when I buy them, especially fabric. If I were to shop online, I would like things listed by category. Thanks for the giveaway! :0)

  10. Terry replied:

    And I have you in my Google reader (that’s the RSS thingy) so add my name again please! Thanks! Enjoy your day! :0)

  11. Terry replied:

    My favorite item(s) in your shop are the jelly rolls! I just can’t help it…I LOVE them! The quilt patterns and other things are nice too! :0)

  12. sandy replied:

    1) Do you shop online for gifts or gift making supplies?
    only if I can’t find what I want locally

    2) If you do shop online, how would you prefer to see items listed,
    category

  13. sandy replied:

    Visit my shop and tell me your favorite item(s)
    jelly rolls .. love them

    Add this blog to your blog reader thingy RSS feed
    you’re in my google.com/reader

    thanks for the opportunity.

  14. egater replied:

    Questions:

    1) Do you shop online for gifts or gift making supplies? sometimes

    2) If you do shop online, how would you prefer to see items listed,
    a) by category, i.e., fabric, patterns, home sewn items

  15. egater replied:

    I like Hi-Tech Tote Pattern in your shop

  16. Carol replied:

    1) Do you shop online for gifts or gift making supplies? Yes

    2) If you do shop online, how would you prefer to see items listed? I would like to see by category first. If there are tons of items, then it would be nice to sort by price after selecting a category.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  17. Carol replied:

    My favorite item from your shop is…LIMITED QUANTITY Moda Christmas 1/4 yd cut bundle. What can I say, I’m in a Christmassy mood already!

  18. alice a replied:

    The second question is one I am particularly nterested in… I like to see things organized by a theme … like for kids, adults, home dec., supplies, etc. and any sub-catagories from there… I hate catagories like by price or color – love on sale and new

  19. debbie replied:

    I do shop online and I like things listed by category.

  20. Shelley C replied:

    1) yes
    2) a- by catagory..much easier to narrow the results. I don’t think this really applies to your shop, but on some sites that have clearance, I wish they would sort the list by greatest percentage off first…much easier to find a great bargain.

  21. Shelley C replied:

    An item I liked in your shop was the Polkadot and Pinwheel pattern. THat’s one I haven’t seen yet and just love the looks of it.

  22. Shelley C replied:

    I follow via email to the craftygirlworkshop shop. It’s set to a different addy though…a madmecyr one if you need to look it up.

  23. Deb Crosley replied:

    1. yes, i shop online for a lot of things!

  24. Deb Crosley replied:

    sorry the cat is “helping” here on to #2. I do like being able to use a catagories option….And I don’t have a blog, don’t twitteror facebook, but I do follow CraftyGirlsWorkshop…Thanks Anna~~Deb

  25. Jennifer replied:

    1.) Yes, I shop online for both gifts and for supplies to make gifts. You get better variety that way!

    2.) I almost always search by price first. Not because I want what’s cheapest, but because that’s the easiest way to compare the price of some of the items by what their quality appears to be.

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