Earlier this week my husband asked me how long I’ve been blogging and my answer was pretty vague. Last night I took the time to go check my very first blog post. It was exactly 5 years ago today!
Five years? Really? Already? Well, since my hubby’s question was so well-timed I have decided to celebrate with a giveaway and a sale. Get ready to be bombarded by the number 5!
I’m going to give away one of my patterns to 5 randomly drawn winners (pattern is winner’s choice), one for every year of blogging. Since I’ll email them out to winners as PDF files, shipping isn’t an issue so wherever you live, you can enter the giveaway. Just leave me a comment here on this post by the end of January13th (that’s 5 days, counting today), no other hoops to jump through. If you want to tell me how long you’ve ben blogging, that would be fun, but it’s optional. In fact, you don’t have to be a blogger to enter. Just make sure I have a way to contact you. If I pick your name and I don’t have a contact email for you either through your blog or in the comments, I’ll have to pick another name. I’ll randomly pick 5 winners on January 14th. Good luck!
In the meantime you might want to take a look at my “patterns for sale” page to decide which pattern you’d like me to send you if you win. While you’re there you’ll notice coupon codes in the pattern descriptions. I’m offering 20% off my $9.00 patterns in my Payhip shop. Click on the pattern name to go to the pattern’s payhip sales page and enter the pattern’s coupon code at checkout. It’s a bit of a clunky process, but it’s 1/5th off the regular price just the same! Coupon codes will expire on January 13th.
And just for fun, here’s a selection of early my early quilting efforts, pre-blogging. Have a great day!
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