One copy of Embroidered Effects will be mailed to the following 2 randomly selected, lucky peeps!
It´s so hard to choose just one favorite color (as well as just one favorite Sublime pattern...), but I´ll try, for the sake of this awesome PRIZE!!! rsrsrrs
- color: 518 - I love blue!
- pattern: Black Apple
- Christmas Carol: I don´t no any title to tell (I know some songs, of course, but not the names...) as here in Brazil it´s not so usual as in the USA.
P.S.: I L.O.V.E Feeling Stitchy!!
But, there's more! (Don't you love it when people say that on infomercials? I've kind of been dying to say that my whole life...) :)
The following 10 crafters will receive... surprise prizes!
1. Mary Lynn said...
Oooh - great giveaway!
Favorite color - I want to say all of them, but I always seem to be out of 321.
Favorite pattern - I'm really excited about the Tara McPherson - we have a couple of posters of hers hanging up in our house. I like the Day of the Dead themed patterns a lot (I'm from the Southwest), and the body parts.
Favorite Christmas Carol - "Little Drummer Boy" as sung by Bing Crosby and David Bowie.
3843 --- A bright and complex blue
Dia de los Muertos! For sugar skulls the VM (Virgin Mary) and Halloween.
And "good king wenceslas" cause it's stuck in my head.
hmmmm, this favorite color thing is going to be tough. I think 4050, a variegated number with greens, blues, and golds. I don't use it very often but I do love it. It's like a mermaid :)
My favorite pattern has got to be- Roaring Twenties or Zombies and Monsters.
Fav X-mas song- I saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.
Thanks for the chance to win!!
would love this book!
fave color...i am feeling 550...such a nice deep color...
fave pattern...this is hard...i think i am leaning towards the Carson Ellis Artist Series #9...
fave carol...little drummer boy, i think...esp sung by david bowie and bing crosby or johnny cash.
ACK!! Bookmarking that colourlist RIGHT NOW.
1) I've just stitched something in 3848 - I'm pretty predictable about loving those bluey greens and greeny blues.
2) I've been eyeing off the roaring twenteis for some time now. Haven't bought it yet, but I think it will be mine soon... oh, yes... soon.
3) What about Santa Baby by Marilyn? Otherwise I love all the old old ones, especially sung in harmonies - I've got the Blind Boys of Alabama CD and was cranking 'Joy to the World' the other day. So beautiful.
I'm internationl, btw!
December 8, 2009 9:45 PM
Ooh, I love Sublime Stitching!
I'm a green kind of girl, so that lovely tree-ish no 699 is right up my alley.
I always wanted to be a Sexy Librarian - that's definitely my fave pattern!
Whenever I hear "God rest Ye Merry Gentlemen", I can't help but hear my little brother's 5 year old voice struggling to reach the high notes. Means it must be Christmas :)
Conas atá tú?
Greetings from the Emerald Isle :)
I love 125- I try to use it to stitch the reciprients name on the back of all sorts of various presents!
I'm feeling the Dutch-Russian patterns.
And Silent Night is just so beautiful.
[White Christmas always gets me in a 'sewing-for-christmas' mood though!]
I love your blog by the way-have been following it since I started stitching as a serious past time =]
thank you for inspiration (and recognition of the many fine stitchers out there).
Wishing everyone a safe and happy Christmas, and the health to enjoy it with people they love.
i am a blues girl so love 996.
we are an interfaith family and i already embroidered ornaments as gifts so would love to get the new jewish symbols pack - the jewish star is lovely.
favourite christmas carol? any on my Neil Diamond Christmas CD (i hate that i love him but i do and even more that this legendary Jewish performer has done an awesome job with Christmas music!)
so i guess this is my big interfaith blog answer LOL
December 8, 2009 5:18 PM
10. Claudia said...
All colours in yellow, orange and red, my pick is 971, a kind of orange. My favorite stitching pattern is Black Apple and Camp out. And my favorite Christmas song is either In the bleak mid winter or Chris Rea singing Driving home for Christmas. Around Christmas time you can hear me singing all day long! One loved Christmas carol after the other. Greetings from Germany - thanks for shipping internationally - my chance!