Tuesday, October 28, 2008

give aways



No time to download all the photos as yet - very busy with orders and unpacking the returning stuff from Geelong and getting ready for all the lovely goodies coming back from London. lots of new things on the horizon but in the meantime I have a few freebies.

Two postcards I sent off to Quilting Arts for something came home today so I am happy to send them off to new homes.

A book 'Speaking in Cloth'


and 4 packets of clear polymer stamps which have never made it to the website and won't. Designed by Stacey Aperitos, they are all ones which I use regularly but I am clearing the decks a bit.

If you fancy any one of these goodies, leave a message and we will do a draw from one of Ian's delightful beanies.

49 comments:

ANNA said...

GLad you had a good time in both London and Paris. I tried to catch up with you at the K&S show but every time I came by your stand you were missing!! Although I am not a quilt maker I like the sound of the book you have on offer and your ATC's, please enter my name into your draw.

Anonymous said...

hi dale

I too am glad you had a good time while you were away in Paris and London. I really enjoyed looking at your photos and hearing you talk about your trip. I also love the idea of a give away.

Lisa Crofts

Brenda said...

OK you shoe-a-holic (I'm sure there must be a scientific name for obsessions such as these), I'm game for the draw - I'd be happy to take possession of any of these lovelies. BTW, loved all the photos you've been posting lately, the food, the buildings, the everything.

Maureen said...

LOVE the orange postcards and all the other goodies. Glad to see you had a good time and are home again - maureen x

Stitchety Grub said...

Hi Dale
Welcome back ... I have enjoyed reading of all your exploits. I just read about Julia C ... goodness...what a shock... I too knew her from my City and Guilds ..a big loss.
I would love to be in the draw for goodies! hehe
Once again welcome back though the weather is a bit dodgy ...didya bring it with you ? LOL
Britt :-)

Christine said...

Welcome home "Emelda", do we get to see the new shoes too?

& who could say no to a textiley giveaway? I don't think Ian's beanie will be big enough.

Linda said...

Hi Dale, how kind to think of us blogreaders when you're clearing the decks! I would love to go into the draw for any of these goodies.
It was great to read about your European travels - and see all the pics - made me quite a bit homesick...
Cheers,
Linda

Gina said...

Hi Dale,
Can't resist a giveaway! Good to see you briefly (twice!) in London.
Gina x

Ev said...

glad to see you home safe and well...how did your luggage go on the return trip? I would love to be included in the draw please.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I am very interested in any one of those give aways. Postcards by you would be a treat as would the stamps and book. I am in the us but I could get you some shipping money if I still could be eligible. I have been following your adventures in the UK Judy Haas in South Dakota.

jhaas @ wildblue.net spaced for security of some sort

fulviastudio.com said...

I am always a fan so, please, count me in!

Dale Anne Potter said...

Any of the goodies would be LOVELY!
LOVE visiting your blog - your trip was full of great photos!

Sojourner Design said...

I'd just love either of those post cards! Thanks!

Jenny said...

Hi Dale,
Glad you are home safe and over your cold. Just to let you know my tent is finished....I did enjoy the workshop at Alexandra Palace.Please include me in your draw if you dont mind sending to England.
Best wishes
Jenny from Gloucestershire

Valerie L said...

Dale,

I would love to be included in the drawing. The postcards are lovely. I really enjoy reading your blog and seeing your art work.

Valerie L

Jocelyn in NZ said...

I'm sorry that you are home again - well, not sorry that you are home, just sorry that perhaps it means no more photos from Paris. We were there last year, and looking fro your posts brought back all the memories - especially the photo of you beside the big pond in the Luxembourg Gardens. Don't the kids just love pushing the boats back out, with their long poles!

More please!

Jocelyn

Viv Estill said...

Hi Dale
Glad you got back safely.
The orange postcards look wonderful and the stamps but I'd love to win anything - please count me in!
Viv

Guzzisue said...

please count me in :-)have been enjoying your photos of Paris as inspite of all out travels round Europe we have never visited there.

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

Welcome home Dale or should I say Emelda. It was lovely to talk to you at Ally Pally. I hope that you have enough room in your cupboards for your new shoes. We have had snow today in Chelmsford, it took my son an hour to get home from there and he stil has snow on his car. (Photo will go on my blog later)

Marjorie Dawson said...

I am intrigued by the stamps! and I know JeaenetteDeNicolis Meyer (in the book) is coming to New Zealand for the Quilt symposium in April 2009 so I'm torn!!

I feel reckless (must be the mad weather here) put me into the beanie for either, both:-))

maggi said...

Glad you are home safe. Bet you are glad you are not in the UK now - the first major frost this morning, not good having to scrape the car on my first day back at work after a month off. Would love to be included in the draw.

Lynette (NZ) said...

Hi Dale - I check your blog everyday. Glad you are home safe, and I am envious of the extra shoes :-) Put me in the beanie draw thanks, Lynette

Anonymous said...

Hi Dale
Glad you are back safely and can't wait to see what you goodies you found for us. Would love to be in your draw.
Judi

Julie said...

I would love to be included in your draw. I couldn't get to Ally Pally so I'm sorry that I missed the chance to meet you. I'm going to the K & S in Harrogate. I am still hoping to do your embellisher course.

Amanda said...

Hi dale I am sure they will find nice home at my place please put me in the draw.

Genie said...

GLad you arrived home safely and enjoyed your trip to England and France.
i would love a chance to win.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for having a give a way, its appreciated. Loved reading about your trip. I enjoy seeing your art and reading about your life and all the goodies you have in your wonderful on-line shop. Peggy McDevitt

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed being able to visit places via your photos. Hope we get to see the shoes. What fun, chances of a draw out of a beanie.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ian & Dale
Welcome back, WA and all of us living here have missed you, I can't wait to see all of the new goodies.
Please enter me in your draw.
Thanks
Robyn Basham

newagehippy said...

Hello Dale,

Glad to see you back safe and sound.

Please put me in the draw for a prize.

Thanks

Pam

Judy said...

Hi! Dale,

My first thought before I read the textwas what delicious little quilts and a lovely orange colour, then I read the texts - Please may I be in the draw.

Looking forward to seeing all your new stuff, sounds like you are making double time to make after a lovely holiday in Paris lucky you!

Christine said...

Dale,
I really enjoyed your "postcards" from Paris and London, you should write a travel blog ! On second thoughts, you have a busy enough life already! I'm also a member of the shoes admiration society, although I own more than I can wear comfortably by far. Wide flat feet are difficult to fit, so I have to content myself with admiring other peoples dainty little shoes and lusting after antique embroidered ones on the web.

Please include my name in your lucky draws.
Hooroo,
Christine
http://missmuffettwo.blogspot.com/

Robin Mac said...

Please count me in for the draw - any of the goodies would be great - loved reading about your trip, now look forward to seeing what you make of it. Cheers, robin

Penny said...

Yes please Dale, anything out of Ian's beanie would be great!!
Penny

Doreen G said...

Am I too late to go in the draw?
I hope not.

Barbara said...

Hi Dale

I enjoyed reading about your trip and I love checking in on your blog regularly. Is it too late to go in the draw? I'm abit of a book-a-holic, but would love to win any of your goodies.

Barb
http://barbs-spiritsong@blogspot.com

Mavis said...

Hi Dale
Welcome home, loved reading about your travels on the blog. I'd love to win anything out of Ian's beanie. Please count me in - if I'm not too late.
Cheers Mavis in a warm & muggy Alice Springs

kiwicarole said...

Hi Dale! What fantastic give-aways! I would love the chance to win any one of them!
Cheers,
Carole ;)

Libertybelle said...

Hi Dale- pleased you arrive back from London safely.I would love to be given a chance in your give away- the postcards are lovely!

Diana said...

Your Paris trip sounds amazing and very memorable. Looking forward to reading about how the inspiration works for your creativity!
I would love to win the stamps... am trying to build up a collection (just starting) and I'm sure yours are gorgeous.
Cheers from a chilly England...
Diana

unicornsjulie said...

Oh Dale, glad you had a great time OS, so looking forward to your new creations that keep me inspired. you are jsut the best at keeping me up to date with how to do what you do. i get so much joy from your pieces of work. love you and your talent, julie your first book buyer. (*V*)

Sandy said...

Nothing like a giveaway to get us all to comment. I'm glad you had a great trip.

Doreen K. said...

Welcome back. Love those shoes.
Please enter me in the giveaway.

artisbliss said...

Your shoes are absolutely fabulous. I don't see how you resisted the purple ones.

Please include my name in the giveaway!!

Paddy's Daughter said...

Love those crazy shoes and have enjoyed the pics from your travels. Would love to be included in your goodies draw. Cheers, Sue McB

Stitch1Peta said...

Hi Dale,
Glad you had a great trip, I'd have had too get a purple pair of shoes. Looking forward to seeing all the goodies you brought back from over there.
Peta Stuart

Lorraine said...

Greetings from the US and the other WA! Have enjoyed following your adventures in Paris and more. Would love to get in the draw for the goodies.

Aussie Jo said...

Sounds like everyone here has the shoe fetish, I think it's a wonderful vice. Yes, I'll join the multitude for the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

Welcome home dale & Hubby. Love your work. please put me in for the giveaway. I hope all the names will fit in the beanie Cheers Rosemary

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