Saturday, April 23, 2011

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!

Last week was quite an exciting week for me

I won TWO giveaways, how lucky was I? 
My heart skipped a beat and then about jumped out of my chest when I saw that I won the first one. I was in total shock, I never win anything!

Bec at Chasing Cottons is having a Quilt Class 101 and her first post was filled with awesome prizes, 11 total! I thought to myself "11 winners, I might actually have a chance at this one"

I entered at the last second, turns out I was the very last to comment, #780

And would you believe my number was one that got picked!? 

I won a $50 voucher to the Fat Quarter Shop, whoo hoo!!

Wanna see what I got?

This colorful pile right here

I have some quilt ideas floating around in my head and needed some coordinating solids for the prints I've already picked up, I can't wait to play with them.

And can I just say how much I love how nice and neat they package fabric?

It's always a pleasure getting orders from them.

Then, on Wednesday night, I got an email from Faith of Fresh Lemons Quilts that said I won HER giveaway!

I asked her if she was joking because I couldn't believe I could have possibly won two giveaways in one week, that's just insane!

Here's the loot I snagged from her

I was so excited to win this one because I love all things Tula Pink but I joined the quilting game way too late to snag any Neptune.

There was also a fat quarter of dots from Heather Ross’s Lightning Bugs and Other Mysteries collection, and the beautiful sampler of fabrics that were donated by designer Marcia Derse. There are 50 2"x2" squares in that little pack! I already have a plan for some of them :)

I'm going to have lots of fun with this one!

You know what this means though? It means I'll probably never win another giveaway ever! 

Let's hope that's not the case :)


Rebecca said...

I've won three giveaways in the last couple weeks and was going to use the same title for a post when I have pictures of all the winnings. ;) And I think we should play the lotto.


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