Sunday, June 22, 2008

Just in time for July 4th - Another Freebie!




Hi


Well Laurie had so much fun with her game and prize - I decided to offer something for you to win, just in time for July 4th. I came across some of our "famous" Eagle bunting, that everyone in the world was looking for a bit back, I found a piece here that is a bit under 3 yards! So you can decorate your home to celebrate the 4th! Have fun, just write in a comment by 6PM tomorrow evening. My granddaughter is coming to town to help me pack and ship all of our Semper Fi kits, and she can do the drawing tomorrow evening. So write in - have some fun.


25 comments:

sandi said...

Hi Polly - so good to see you and Laurie blogging! Love the bunting - please throw my name in the hat! sandi in texas

sandi said...

oops! when you pull my name you can find me at setelzrow@grandecom.net - smile! wishing me luck... sandi

PamKittyMorning said...

Wow now I feel greedy commenting again! How cute is that bunting!!

Patti said...

I'm going to try my luck again LOL. What a great find! I'd love to "find" a spot here to display that bunting as part of my fourth of July decorations.

Sandy F said...

I am so happy you now have a blog!
Also, I loved the article in the magazine. I could sure find a good place to display the bunting.

LauraT said...

Love the bunting! How lucky is PamKittyMorning to win the other new fabric! It will be fun to see what she does with it!
LauraT

Carol said...

I found your wonderful blog through the Primitive Folkart quilting group with Yahoo. I love all things Americana, and the more primitive, the better! I was drawn to the Quilt Sampler magazine's latest issue when I saw Laurie's beautiful Paisley Parade medallion quilt on the cover. It has been in my tote bag all week. I'm so inspired that I've been dusting and decorating at home for Summer and the 4th of July - I would love to win your generous offer of the Eagle Bunting!
Carol in Fair Oaks, CA

splon said...

Hi Polly--I would love to win the bunting I have the perfect spot for it at our family 4th of july picnic. Hope my name is drawn. Love your blog--kathy

MM said...

So glad to have found your blog. Love your designs. Jan

Betsy said...

Wow! How exciting - more giveaways!
Could I use some of your "famous" eagle bunting? I sure could. I just found out my husband invited everyone to our house for a big family reunion 4th of July celebration. I had thought we were going to my sister's cabin...lot's of cooking, cleaning and decorating to do.....

Angela said...

Wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

Rose said...

Wow, that bunting is just beautiful. It would make my day if I was lucky enough to win it. Happy 4th everyone!
Rose

Anita said...

What a cool bunting! It would be fabulous for my Civil War Quilt Club! I find it hard to believe the July 4th is just around the corner. Eeeks! And, I'm glad to you see you both jumping in so quickly on the blogging. Can't wait to see you have to say in the future.

Sew Unique Creations said...

It's great to see you both have a blog now! Loved your booth in Portland! Toss my name in the pot too - that fabric is awesome!

happy hearts in texas said...

I think I should win the bunting to keep me busy decorating for the 4th instead of getting a bucket of white and dark blue paint and painting all my cherrywood and pine antique furniture so I can make my Texas cottage look like Polly's beach condo. I even want an Airdale like Annie much to the displeasure of my Scottie, Miss Molly. I need cheering up, Tasha Tudor passed away this past week and after looking at Edyth O'Neills book on her red cape for the zillionish time, I decided to google her and see what new rug hooking or books etc she had out and to my sorrow I read that her red cape home burned in 2005. My heart is full of sadness. She is such a talented person, I used to covet her primative paintings 35 years ago. She always had an eye for quality in antiques unlike myself who often bought junkques. Anyhoo, Polly and Edyth could make a chicken coop look fabolous! I would be buying chicken wire next thing I know. Happy 4th to all, happy hearts in texas

Becky said...

What fun! Love your fabric lines! Would love to win.

Becky in Georgia

Melisa @ Sweet Home said...

Just found your blog today, but am a long time fan of your designs. Would love to add the bunting to my 4th of July decorations!

Dawn said...

Hope I win! It will go great with the civil war quilt I'm working on!

kathyinozarks said...

I am so glad I just found your blog, I love your books and just read the fabulous article about you in country home jul/aug issue. I would love to win the bunting-please put my name in-Kathy

pam... said...

Hi Polly...So glad to find your blog. Sign me up for your drawing. The bunting looks great. I loved the article in Country Home on your home in Florida. You give the term "neutrals" a new perspective. Thanks! pam...

Winn Family said...

You both are so inspiring. I love looking at different designers and getting such neat ideas. Please put my name in the drawing. Katie.

Sinta said...

I love buntings and yours especially! I put up my patriotic decor for Memorial Day through Labor Day. (umm, maybe a little longer. I was so glad to see that you are blogging now. I have you marked in "favorites". Your newest line of fabrics are adorable. I have your Burrr pattern on order:) can't wait to start on it!

Takako said...

Hi, Polly!!

I still have Semper Fi kit from last year... ummm, this bunting would be perfect with the kit too (lol)
I just love your bunting!! You guys are so generous for your fan!!
Thanks!

Joyce said...

That bunting sure would be wonderful out here in Western Washington state! I love to read your blog while I eat lunch at my desk, and have enjoyed your fabrics and patterns for years! Toss my name in the bunting hat, too.....JoyceG in Western WA jmg202@gmail.com

mamabug said...

Your Americana bunting would look beautiful in my stars and stripes living room!!! Please put my name in the hat :) Happy Fireworks to all !!! Kathie

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