Tuesday, September 4, 2012

cheap dates

And by "cheap" I actually mean "free"
embroidery giveaway calendar at SeptemberHouse
My first in a series of "Stitch-tember" giveaways has me looking ahead - way ahead - into the next year. I know a lot of you are already getting holiday gifts made or at least deciding on some projects for the holidays and let me just say how jealous I am! For those that might like to stitch up a little 2013 calendar for a friend or for themselves I have a giveaway just for you. Well, you and one other person - because two people will be picked for this one. yay!

Just leave a comment on this post to be in the running and on Friday two winners will be chosen. Winners may pick which calendar panel they would like and I'll send it off in the mail to them - it's that easy. If you would like to take a peek at the calendar panels available please stop by the SeptemberHouse webstore or the Etsy shop.

Don't forget - all this week there is free shipping on all panels at SeptemberHouse.


26 comments:

Marci Girl said...

Great giveaway! It has been a while since I have done any embroidery and I am ready to get back in the saddle!

FerZeLucasJulia said...

Pick me, pick me!! I got back stiching after 15 years of not stiching at all. My grandmother had to showed me all over again how to stich and I can't wait to make new projects!!!! I am ready and all set to go!!! Just need your push ... rsrs.... ;) Love your blog!

kathi said...

I love all the calendar panels so it would be hard to choose. But I'd love the chance, so please pick me!

Carrie Elmore said...

Oh what a fun give away :) Thank you. My mom would just love one of these.

Gill said...

Great giveaway! I would love to win a calendar panel!

Rebecca said...

What a fun month on your blog!!
I would love to win one of your calendar panels!!
Thanks for your inspiration!

Kelsey said...

I love your calendar panels! I've made three over the past two years. :-)

gccmom said...

What a fun idea. I really like the pink vintage calendar. Thanks for the giveaway.

ms.tee.kay said...

Lovely idea :) Thanks for the opportunity!

Erin M. said...

For 2 years now I've meant to make my mom a calendar for Christmas. Maybe this will be the year. Thanks for the giveaway.

Charlotte said...

How generous. Thanks for this chance to get organised :-)

Linda said...

I've used your panels several times to make my Mom's kitchen calendar. Thanks for the chance to do it for free this time!!

michelle @ sewing rocks said...

Oh, I would love to win this! I just love your designs! Thank you :)

Michelle
sewingrocks.blogspot.com

kaschmir said...

What a great giveaway - your calendars are so lovely!
Thanks.

Michelle said...

These are such a great idea, I love all your designs. Thanks so much for a giveaway!

Aruna Khan said...

I love the whimsical feel of your designs. They just take you away. What talent! Thank you.

Crystal Dingus said...

yay these are so neat!!!!

Miss Paula said...

This would be such a cool gift to receive! Plus fun to stitch! Thanks for the opportunity!

D and D said...

Love the new look of your blog, very cool.
The calendars are very neat, I really love the vintage coffee pot one.
Thanks for the opportunity to win!
diana in sioux falls

RosaMarĂ­a said...

what a lovely giveaway!! love your calendars, they are so lovely Corinne!
thank you!
xo

randomactsofamy.com said...

I would love to win this giveaway!

Singtatter said...

I like the aqua vintage calendar. Thanks for the giveaway!

usagypsy said...

I haven't seen these before and they look so much fun! I landed here from craftgossip to check out the embroidered pendant tutorial. I'm doing a little owl and was wanting to make a pendant out of it. The tutorial was just what I was looking for! And a fun, new site too!

Terry Kessinger said...

Gosh! I hope I'm not too late! I would love this! Thank you for the giveaway!,

JaneT said...

I would love to win a giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity!

ReFabulous said...

Oh, I hope I'm not too late! I'd love to win. I purchased a couple of your calendar panels two years ago, I think, and they are SO cute! I'd love to stitch up a calendar for next year. :)