A little bribery…

Hi everybody!!!

Know what? I want more blog followers, and I am not above a bit of bribery to get them. I know a whole lot of you are reading, and I want to know who you are. Later this summer the newsletter is going to start up, and I’d love to have you on the list. I just like putting faces to names and comments and all that, especially since I have been getting to electronically meet so many people via those 2.5″ squares for the No-Repeat Scrap Vomit Quilt.

So, here’s the deal. I’m gonna give away two, count ’em two, great big scrap packs from my shelves, though the scraps aren’t so scrappy. All the pieces are somewhere between a fat-eighth and a half-yard. I gotta clean some room off my shelves, and I figured what better way to do it than to spread some scraps around.


This is one of the two identical scrap packs; there are some big bits of prints by Heather Bailey, Tula Pink, and Sandy Klop, along with a mix of all kinds of other things. To enter, all you have to do is follow the blog via the handy-dandy Friends Connect widget over on the right side of the blog.thomas-knauer-sews-join-site You see, I said I wasn’t above a bit of bribery, didn’t I? But since you’re here anyway, what’ve you got to lose? So, just follow the blog and leave me a comment letting me know that you have done so, or that you already follow the blog.

Oh, and if you want something fun to say in your comment, try coming up with a name for this color of Play Doh. I know it isn’t a single color per se, but since all the colors Bee had are now officially and irrevocably glommed I think whatever it is deserves a name of its own. (But don’t leave a second comment to do so.)


So, there you have it. A little love for everybody. Yay love!!!

Oops! I forgot to say that I will do the drawing on Friday. So until then, keep spreading the word!!!


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