It's that time again! Check in here with your progress on your 2014 Quilty Resolutions to date!
If you've participated in my quilty resolutions challenge, click here to remind yourself what your resolutions were.
If you didn't participate in my original quilty resolutions challenge, that's fine! Just check in on what your progress has been on your own quilt-related goals for 2014.
I'll be drawing a name at random from the Rafflecopter widget below on Sunday, October 5. The winner will get these four lovely fat quarters!
(Grrrr. We're in an animal mood these days.)
For some of you, this will be a two-step process. For others, only one!
First step for everyone: Leave a comment on this blog post with your progress, and then make sure you enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter widget immediately below. (I'll only see your name through Rafflecopter for the drawing, I won't be trying to count up names in the comments.)
Use this Rafflecopter widget through Saturday, October 4. I'll draw the winner on Sunday, October 5.
Second step for bloggers: If you've got a blog, write about your progress on your quilty resolutions and link up here! To enter the linky party, click on the froggie-fella below and follow the directions. (Remember, you still have to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway above. This linky party is just so others know about your blog and can come for a visit!) No fears--participating in the linky party does NOT earn bloggers an additional leg-up than non-bloggers in the giveaway. It's just for kicks n' giggles!
For everyone--click on the link to the linky party below to see who-all has linked up, and go read their blogs! It'll be good times!
The giveaway and linky party both close on Saturday night, October 4th, at midnight my time. I'll be doing my drawing on Sunday, October 5th. Again, I'll only draw from names entered in the Rafflecopter widget so be sure, after you've left a comment on this blog, that you go back into that Rafflecopter widget to say that you've left a comment!
I'll be posting my own progress in a separate blog post. Looking forward to seeing yours!