Monday, December 1, 2014

12 Days of Christmas Give Away!!!

It is here!!  The kick off for the 12 Days of Christmas Give Away!  For those who have joined the Woolie Blog since last Christmas here is the lo down...I save up  patterns either I have made or one of my friends have made in the past year.  Each day I will post a photo of the give away pattern of the day.  All you have to do is leave me a comment on the post that you are interested.  I do ask that you be a registered follower of the Woolie Blog by clicking on "Join This Site" button.  If you are a "no reply" commentor it will be up to you to contact me with your mailing address.  I will post the winners every other day and you will have 3 days to contact me if you are a "no reply."  If I don't hear from you i will see who the dog dish coughs up next :(.  Oh, and I also take this opportunity to get us all in the Holiday spirit by posting a music video each day!

Let the Party Begin!!!


Pattern #1 This full sized pattern  by the Silver Thimble Quilt Co.!! If you are interested leave a comment on this post!


I have been working away at my elf projects.  Which  means I can't post the photos on the blog until a later date...but, I have been spending so much time in my sewing room that I decided I needed a little Christmas tree in there :)  and I have a sweet wool tree skirt that I made which is perfect!  Having Christmas decorations and Christmas music playing in the sewing room seems to make my productivty go UP!!!  How about you?  Do you decorate your sewing room?


And now, the prefect music video to start the season!

16 comments:

  1. Definitely interested in this pattern. Love the tree in the sewing room. I have a little tree all decked out in quilt group exchange ornaments. I think it will have to come out this year and into the studio. Let the merry begin!

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  2. Don't add me to Enzo's dish~ I just wanted to say I love the idea of decorating your sewing room! Happy sewing!

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  3. I still have a couple of holiday-themed decorations up from last year--well, they're things that got "put there" when I moved in and haven't been moved since! I guess I need to think about what I'm going to put up in here. Not that there's much wall space left after putting up three tall bookshelves! (PS, no need to put me in the drawing--I have too many unfinished projects as it is!)

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  4. When we saw that commercial Thursday morning, I told my Minion loving daughter that she is expected to learn that song and dance in it's entirety, including the little squatty up and down part, and perform it for her nephew for Christmas! Best Christmas present ever! Or at least Most Memorable ever!

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  5. What happen to my comment? Disappeared in cyber space. I like the pattern.

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  6. Very fun pattern. And I like your little xmas tree. Very festive.

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  7. I love patriotic patterns, so please add me to Enzo's bowl! What a great idea having a little Christmas in the sewing room!

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  8. Anything patriotic is a favorite of mine! Like your little Christmas tree in your sewing room. Alas, my sewing room is too full of UFOs, WIPs, and just fabric, etc., that there is no flat surface to put a tree, even a small one.

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  9. oh yes, please put my name in the hat! Merry Christmas!!!

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  10. I love the pattern. Great give away.

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  11. Beautiful pattern and so very generous of you to have a 12 Days giveaway!! Thanks, and Happy Stitching!

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  12. Great pattern and great fun! I put up a pencil tree in my sewing room and love it! It might be our only tree this year, if I can't find a new one for the living room!

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  13. I love all things patriotic so would love a chance to win this beautiful pattern. Thanks for having this giveaway. It is always fun to be reminded of what you have worked on.

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  14. What a fun pattern, thanks for the giveaway, love your blog.

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  15. Love your blog and the great show and tell pictures

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