Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Aurifil Thread Giveaway

Giveaway Closed
Aurifil thread Giveaway Winner

Congratulations
to

gpc august 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM
I was sorry to learn that she didn't feel welcome in her first quilting class. I know you would have made her feel included if you had been the first to meet her! :)

This is not why you won but it is one of the nicest things to be said about me!
Thank you for such a nice comment!

I forgot to post this but not to notify the winner and mail it!
Gail has her winnings of 4 Aurifil 12 wt. Threads!


Thank you all for your comments!
Lisa

The other day was a highlight
in my blogging/sewing career.
When Alex featured this bag on all his sites!
It is very exciting when anything I make
is featured by
Aurifil
the man who makes that happen
Alex Veronelli!
Thank you Alex of Aurifil, you made my day!


Aurifil has always been great to me
and this blog and I appreciate it!

So as a thank you to them
for supporting thread giveaways
at "In The Boon Docks",
lets giveaway a few of
my favorite colors
for hand-stitching!



Giveaway
Aurifil 12 wt thread
(4) spools of a variety of colors!
So you can get stitching too!


Aurifil 12 wt. 2423 - Baby Pink, 2888 - Fern Green, 4669 - Stonewash Blues, 2250 - Red

How To Enter

Open to everyone
(if you are no-reply leave your e-mail in the comment or you can't win).

Note to Google+ users if you email is not in your profile no one can reach you -
so leave an e-mail.


1. Every year Aurifil has a Block Of The Month by some of the best designers in the world (including a free pattern and prizes if you complete the block) and I love all the information you get on the block designer for that month. So for a chance to win in the draw, visit the Aurifil Blog and tell me what you learned about the
August Designer of the Month!

Aurifil DOM Link

2. Follow "In The Boon Docks" on Instagram @intheboondocks
Leave your Instagram name in a additional comment below!

3. If you are a follower of this blog you get an additional chance!
Please leave a separate comment! New followers are always welcome!

That is (3) possible comments per person!
(You can edit a comment after you post it)!

The one lucky winner will receive the (4) small spools of 12 wt. Aurifil thread!

This giveaway starts Tuesday, August 12, 2014, and ends August 26, 2014, at midnight and winner will be announced
August 27, 2014!


Thank for you stopping by!
Let's create and be unique!
Lisa

This Giveaway is Closed!

99 comments:

  1. I didn't know Michelle was a web designer by profession! Pbstrand@msn.com

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  2. I follow on blog lovin :) pbstrand@msn.com

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  3. I loved learning how Michele Foster keeps her large scraps! (bethanymartini at aol dot com)

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  4. I follow you on instagram (@sewruthie14) (bethanymartini at aol dot com)

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  5. I follow you via bloglovin! (bethanymartini at aol dot com)

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  6. I didn't know she was a web designer!

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  7. And also on IG. As cosertejercrear ��

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  8. FOLLOW ON BLOG LOVIN' !
    THANK YOU!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  9. Hello, enjoyed Michele, didn't know she was a web designer.
    Thanks MICHELE+ITBD'S+AURIFIL !

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  10. Her first quilt was a quillow that she later buried with her little dog. : (
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  11. I follow In The Boon Docks on bloglovin.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  12. I follow you via Bloglovin. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  13. I loved Michelle's story about her grandmother and the button-sorting game. My granddaughter and I sort my button jar often! Thanks for the chance to win. This thread looks luscious!

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  14. Everything as I'd never heard of her before :) So it was a nice intro.

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  15. I was following on GFC but maybe I should switch to Bloglovin

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  16. I follow you on pinterest. sarah@forrussia.org

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  17. I found out that her first quilt was a quillow. sarah@forrussia.org

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  18. She used to be a web designer, but no longer really does it because her skills are outdated. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  19. Following you on Insgagram cindydahlgren1 cdahlgren at live dot com

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  20. Follower on bloglovin. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  21. I learned that the designer Michele Foster loves strong geometric quilts in various gradients of colour.

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  22. Bloglovin follower: Nicole Sender
    gfc follower: nicolesender

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  23. I didn't know she was a web designer. Thanks for the chance.

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  24. I didn't know that she had a cute little yorkie mix, or that he had a girlfriend.

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  25. I learnt that Michele lives in Canada!

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  26. I follow on Instagram (DeborahGun)

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  27. True dog love!! We used to bury our animals with a blanket! So sweet!

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  28. I think MIchelle Foster was very adventuresome to attempt a 'Quillow' for her first project! svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  29. Doh - I learned I am so far behind in my BOM with Aurifil - thanks for the reminder to get with the program!

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  30. Hi, Lisa - you have a new Instagram follower - me! I'm mountainquiltworks.

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  31. Congrats on having your project recognized - very exciting! I'm an old-time follower on Bloglovin'. :)

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  32. Oh my goodness. How beautiful and sad that they buried their precious dog with her very first quilt. That says more about her than any of the rest of the interview. <3

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  33. Michele's first quilt was a quillow - so was mine!

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  34. Hello - I found out that Michelle lives in Ottawa - so does my sister, dad, nana, aunts, uncles and cousins!!

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  35. Yay I am a GFC follower :) Happy Wednesday!

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  36. I loved the story about her button sorting with her grandma.

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  37. I learned she is also a freelance web developer. I loved the button box story too.

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  38. I follow your blog via email.

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  39. Michele loves vibrant, colorful quilts and her least favorite task to sew on sashing strips and borders. I love her work!
    Dawn
    array-dawn at cox dot net

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  40. I follow you on Bloglovin and have been for awhile now. Thanks for the giveaway
    Dawn
    array-dawn at cox dot net

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  41. I follow you on Instagram... Rusty quilts.

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  42. Michele Foster loves color and crochets.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  43. Nice cheerful bag. Following on bloglovin'.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  44. Michele has the cutest little dog, Milo. Like me, although quilting is her prime interest, a revived skill of crocheting has brought her some enjoyment.

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  45. Michele sounds very organized with FQs all sorted by color and project leftovers cut into pieces of certain sizes for scrap quilts.

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  46. Michele's favorite part of quilting is the piecing and the least favorite part is adding sashing and borders. I agree, it's boring! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  47. I follow you on instagram, my name there is jacklynngt.
    jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  48. I follow your blog on Bloglovin'. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  49. I learned that Michele took evening college classes taking clothing design and pattern making, then began sewing on a used Singer. Way to go!

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  50. I was sorry to learn that she didn't feel welcome in her first quilting class. I know you would have made her feel included if you had been the first to meet her! :)

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  51. I follow your blog through Bloglovin. :)

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  52. Michele is good by me! She is a doggie lover!

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  53. I follow you via GFC!! Love the bag and congrats on the Alex Shoutout!! What a great adventure!

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  54. I already follow you by email.

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  55. I learned her scraps -saving system.

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  56. Michelle loves dogs and crochet. That works for me. I follow on BL.

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  57. Michelle lives in Ottawa, Ontario. As it happens, that is where my father was born and grew up before moving back to the US as a young man.

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  58. I had no idea Michelle is from Canada.

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  59. I follow you via Bloglovin'. I won a very small spool of Aurifil (my fav) at the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, England playing putt putt golf. Of course, I chose red, white, and blue variegated.

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  60. I am a new follower! It's going to take me a while to read through all of the back posts. Thanks for giving me something to do over vacation!

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  61. I learned that Michelle is a star with stars! Those points scare the batting out of me.

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  62. Her furry quilt inspector is called Milo:)

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  63. I learned she doesn't like sashing! ( I hope I didn't comment twice it didn't show up and I think I hit preview and not publish. If I did please disregard.)

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  64. I follow on IG also sddaniel1997

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  65. I learned that she lives in Ottawa in my home province of Ontario and that she grew up just north of my home town of Toronto.

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  66. She lives in Ontario Canada and has a black doggie a yorkie

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  67. I've never heard of a quillow... how interesting that was Michele's first quilt!

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  68. I follow on instagram @bekahschloemann

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  69. I also subscribed with Feedly.

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  70. Michelle's first quilt was a quillow.

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  71. I'm following you on Instagram now. My name is Ceciliaquilts.

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  72. Michele Foster's favorite part of quilting is piecing.

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  73. I followed you on Instagram @fabulousdani

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  74. I follow your blog with bloglovin.

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  75. I'm following you now on instagram. :)

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  76. I learned she listens to audiobooks. I like to, also.

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  77. I learned that she and I are alike, we buried our little beagle Daisy with a quilt I made for her. Love her blocks.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  78. I follow you via email, bloglovin' and GFC. Don't have an Instagram account. Thanks for the chance.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  79. I learned that Michelle is from Canada and likes crochet!

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  80. Michele Foster is from Canada, she loves to quilt and also to crochet. Her first quilt was a quillow that was adopted by the family dog and then buried with her.

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  81. I follow your blog via Bloglovin'.

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