Sunday, October 4, 2009

The October Giveaway

In time to stitch one or two of these charts before Christmas, I am giving away the Prarie Schooler Limited Edition Santas [not the small card annual Santas] for 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. These will be charts only since I have already stitched the projects, using the materials and floss included in the kits.

The usual rules apply:
  • post a comment in the section below about why you would like to receive this giveaway
  • all stitcher's [international, Canada and USA] may participate
  • you will receive a second chance if you include a link for this giveaway on your own blog.
  • include your e-mail address if clicking on your name will not lead me to a profile that includes that information
  • please commit to passing these charts forward or donating them to a women's shelter or prison when you are through stitching them ... this is unenforceable, I know, but my goal is to share my love of stitching and not to fatten someone's pay-pal account ... and I ask all participants to honor that goal
  • a winner will be chosen on October 10

Good luck to all who enter.


Bronny said...

Thank you so much for this chance I love the PS charts. I can certainly include these as a PIF on my blog. I'll add your blog on my competition list too.

Donna's Stitching said...

I would love to stitch the santas for gifts this year for my mother in law and her mother. and I would to pass on the chart. There is a womens shelter close to me. thanks Donna

kayt4austin said...

Love all your sitching...he Quaker animals are great and I am sarting some myself afer I finish a Chrismas ornament! thanks for a chance to win a PS santa, Christmas and Halloween stitching is my favorite. thanks, Karen

Kat said...

I'd love the chance to stitch these as well. Thanks for the opportunity!

Theresa said...

I would love to stitch these Santas as gifts to my family and friends. I think your intention is great and would definately pass them on after I finished stitching them. I'll also add a link on my blog.
Thank you for this opportunity.


lynda said...

Please add my name to your drawing! And I will certainly pass them along if I am lucky enough to win. Thanks!


janstitches said...

I love stitching for Christmas, and love stitching Santa. Please check out my website at to see why I would love to win your contest. If chosen, I will play the charts forward.


Carol said...

What a generous giveaway, Riona! I'd love to have a you probably know from reading my blog, PS charts are just about my favorite. Thanks so much! said...

I would be thrilled to stitch the PS Santas! I love them all!

Ellen said...

I love PS designs and I love Santas. Please include my name in your giveaway.


Melody said...

Thanks for the opportunity for the offer of these charts. I am a big prairie schooler fan, and will be glad to pass them forward when done.

Please enter me in your drawing.


crazybeads said...

Santa's oh how I love them especially the P.S ones.
Thanks for the chance.


crazybeads said...

Love Santas alsp all P.S charts.
Thanks for the chance


Terry said...

I love all things Prairie Schooler. I'd love to stitch these for my children.

Thanks for the chance!


Stitchinowl said...

Please add my name to your incredibly generous drawing. I love PS patterns and all things Christmas. PS charts are the "classics" in my stash. I would be happy to do a PIF after stitching them.
rcscg at aol dot com

CJ said...

Well said, plese couunt me in. I will be sure to pass it on.


Kathy said...

I would love the chance to stitch the PS Santas. And I also love the idea of passing them on.


Edit said...

Please enter me too! I would like to stitch more Christmas ornaments and I have just discovered PS design. I would be the most happy to win.

Best wishes,
(edit dot stitching at gmail dot com)

Dani - tkdchick said...

Please enter me in your draw for your PS Santas. I have been stitching up christmas ornaments for years, and pretty much all of them I give away every year. Its nice to have a wide variety of things to stitch.

I'd be more than happy to give them away via my blog once I'v finished with them.