And how appropriate that the traditional gift for a second anniversary is COTTON!
We all love quality cotton quilting fabrics. Like those available from one of my fave online quilting fabric shops.
Specializing in modern designer fabrics, solids and organic fabrics, Fabric Spot carries the entire Cotton + Steel collection, Art Gallery Fabrics and the organic Charley Harper Nurture collection.
If you are anything like me, as evidenced by my recent Sunday Stash report from Fabric Spot here..... You will it very difficult to resist the Fabric Spot inventory goodness. Don't say I didn't warn ya!
To help me celebrate our 2nd Blogiversary, Fabric Spot has generously donated a $25 Gift Certificate to give away to one lucky follower of the Sew Fresh Quilts blog.
You will have 2 CHANCES TO WIN!
How do you enter the giveaway contest?
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This Giveaway is open internationally.
Winner will be randomly chosen on December 24th and will be notified by email.
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Thank you all so much for your continuing support of the Let's Bee Social. It is a pleasure to meet new friends each week. And to revisit my old friends, too!
NOW.... Let's PARTY!!!! What's new with you?
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Keep On Quilting On!
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