Wednesday, 18 August 2010

Festival Fever!

I made it down to Birmingham this afternoon, with no major hic-ups, apart from a monsoon style down pour!

So are you ready?  Do you have a list?  Have you got loads of workshops and lectures booked?  Made arrangements to meet all your friends? 

That's a resounding YES!  And I am thrilled to be spending all four days at the Festival of Quilts!  Yep, that's right, all four days  (can you see the big grin?) 

So to celebrate I have a little challenge for you all.  If you are a regular reader of my blog, you shouldn't actually need to be at the Festival to participate. 

Do you fancy a Give Away?  Silly question right?  OK,  I'll move on quickly .....

I  promise to purchase something really nice, no not nice, GREAT as a GIVEAWAY PRIZE, if you can tell me which of my quilts you have seen, and where?  Easy right?  ....

You have until 5 pm British Summer Time to let me know either here or by e-mail and I'll pick a winner on Monday and let you know. 

Watch out for Festival posts, I've got my camera, and I promise not to spoil the surprise for any one coming later in the week by showing the winners until Sunday! Good luck! 

Happy Quilting!

6 comments:

QuiltSue said...

The quilt you were working on during the Christmas Quiltalong day? Have a wonderful time.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

You know how much I love your Boston Detour, seen here! Have fun at the festival!

Marken said...

Dear
To know ,you were working on quilt ,is good .
Wish that festival will be very enjoying and will bring so delight to your family.........
Quilting Workshops

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

I'm not sure I know what you mean by where.. But when I think of you two quilts cone to mind from memory. one is the quilt you made for your mother, and i recall being in awe of your quilting on it, and also had one named chocolate something...... Something that was YUMMY, browns and turquoise...... for a quilt! those stick out in my mind! I hope you have a great time at Birmingham!!!

Mo said...

Well Trudi, which quilt shall I choose...mmmmm. I think I will go with the pinwheel one you showed us on Tuesday in the pub!

Mary

Lis said...

I saw your Basket Case Quilt and the gorgeous turquoise French Braid quilt, both at Harrogate last year I believe. Is that what you mean?