Saturday, June 9, 2007

Free Australian Magazines For Lucky Winner!

Today I have been doing some cleaning and organizing in preparation for our trip to the States in two weeks! I'm getting excited now, I'll be away for two months and dh for three weeks as he can't leave the farm for too long.

I found these magazine duplicates as I was sorting through what I have. Usually when I buy quilting magazines here, they come with a back issue as well. These are my "extras" which I thought maybe someone would enjoy instead of going into the recycle. Even though fabric is very expensive and good quilting books are scarce in Australia, I love that quilting magazines are plentiful and good. My favorites are Quilter's Companion followed by Downunder Quilts and Patchwork and Quilting.

So, if you are interested in recieving these magazines for free, please leave a comment and I will be drawing names next Sunday(17th) and will post them to you.

19 comments:

Patti said...

What a sweet thing for you to do! And you are so right - Australian quilt magazines are the best. A much better quality that those published here in the US.

So, will you be taking quilting with you? Or will you reserve your free time for fabric shopping?

Nancy said...

Pick me! Pick ! I LOVE the Australian patchwork magazines. I've never picked up an issue that I didn't find 2 or 3 things I really want to do. And not only do I find I want to do them I actually DO! Unlike most US magazines where I go, "oh pretty, maybe one day."

Have fun on your trip.

Leah S said...

Am I interested? You betcha!! I already have 3 Australian magazines that I adore. They're so full of ideas. :)

Linda said...

Ohhh magazines from home, ok my turn to say pick me, pick me..... How exciting for you, a trip home. I'm sure it will be filled with visits with family and friends.

tami said...

Great way to go green. I don't know about Australia, but it's all the rage in America to reduce, reuse and recycle. :-D
I've never had an issue of an Australian Quilting magazine. Please, please pick me, pick me.

Anonymous said...

wow you are so nice to be doing this .I love the mags but dont get them very often so I would love to be in the draw if you are willing to send them to an aussie
kindest regards
Beth
bdasecke@westnet.com.au

Hedgehog said...

Please throw my name in that hat! Have a terrific trip!

Lisa D. said...

Ooo - I would love to provide a good home for your extra magazines!

Andrea said...

How nice of you to do this. I also agree that the Australian mags are the best. Our British mags ( 3 different ones ) are a bit "samey". Please enter me in your draw xx

Jeanne said...

I'm in for the magazine draw. Those are some of my favorites! Have a wonderful trip!

Samantha said...

Ooh, toss my name in the hat too, please!

Annie said...

I love all kinds of magazines!!! Count me in..........

ruth said...

First visit to your blog. I hope you have a safe trip home. If you'd like to send those magazines from my home to me I'd be most grateful. lol

H said...

You are so generous.I would love to be in the drawing as well.

My friend finished her 'metro blue' and I'm still fixing my blocks. I just love the way they come out. Great Job!

atet said...

Oh please pick me!

Chookyblue said...

please count me in as I don't have any of these.........have a nice trip will you blog from there

Weronica said...

Hi, I think the Australian magazines are the best. I have some of them and I collect them in binders and mark everything I would like to do in them. So please put me in the drawing.
Have a nice trip.

Melzie said...

Welcome to Q4P, I havent been to the end of the ring in a while :) I was going to say I love your blog til I saw the spider, I have a severe phobia LOL. But that quilt shown on the most recent post is GORGEOUS :) Anyways, enter me for the drawing if you would ;) xoxo melzie

Pam said...

I love the work you have done on your Metro Blue quilt. I think it is a great pattern - I really like Samantha's as well. Such a fresh, modern pattern.

I will add my name to the magazine draw as well. Nothing better that a Australian quilt magazine.

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