Friday, 18 October 2013

Daily Craft TV class GIVEAWAY


GIVEAWAY CLOSED

WINNER #12 - Lisa (In the Boon Docks)



 

Last month I was lucky to win a giveaway on Rhonda's (Quilter in the Gap) blog for a Fons & Porter's Daily Craft TV class.  After looking at some of the free clips to help me choose, I decided on the "Yes! You can Piece Curves: Curved piecing two ways" class. I definitely need to learn how to piece curves because I am craving a circle quilt!!


And guess what?  They have offered to give a class to one of my followers!  All you have to do enter is go to DailyCraftTV and pick out the class you would choose if you win, let me know which class that is in a comment at the end of this post!  Easy peasy right?  One entry per person please and this giveaway is OPEN INTERNATIONALLY!  Winner will be drawn by Random Number Generator or similar and notified by email and on this blog post next Friday night 25th October.


Good luck!!

24 comments:

Karen M said...

I would choose the class to piece curves. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sarah said...

I would choose "How to make an appliqué from a portrait of your pet."

Debbie said...

I would choose the class How to Dye Your Own Yarn with Cake Dyes. Looks interesting!

schwip said...

I would choose "How to Give Your Hand Knits a Professional Finish"

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queenopearls said...

Oh Amy, how exciting! I had no idea the classes on Daily Craft TV were so reasonably priced!!! I adore the class you chose (curves are a bit intimidating) but I also love the Creative Tips for Stunning Quilting Designs class. Ooooo... I'm in BIG time for this website. Thank you so much for turning me on to it!! Good luck to everyone and I can't wait to hear about your class!

Bonnie58 said...

I'd love to try the Hawaiian style quilt design class. it looks intriguing. Thanks so much for sharing

LethargicLass said...

wow! They have amazing prices for their classes! I would choose How to Make a Seven Blade Fan Block because I actually just fell in love with this quilt recently!

Mara said...

I want to do the one you are doing also
"Yes! You can Piece Curves: Curved piecing two ways

Rebecca said...

i have never heard of dailycrafttv. i went and gave it a look. the classes are very reasonably priced. i think i would like to watch the 7coresewingskills class. thank you for giveaway and also for mentioning this site.

akainik said...

I'd choose the Quick scrap quilt!!
thank you!
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Farm Quilter said...

I would choose the How to Make an Applique Portrait of Your Pet!!! Awesome!!!!!

Lisa said...

I would choose the curves course! I was hoping they had baby sewing but no. I want my curves to look better so this would be the way you have to let me know how you like it! There courses are very inexpensive compared to most! Thank you!

Beth Strand said...

I'd choose the curves course, too. Although there were about five of them that looked good to me(and the prices are really reasonable!) pbstrand@msn.com

Margaret said...

So hard to choose but I think Master inset Seams and miters would be my choice. Thanks

SewCalGal said...

I do enjoy online classes, but have never taken a class at Daily Craft TV. They have good selection of classes, all at reasonable prices, making it difficult to select just one. The Ozark Star Table Top certainly catches my attention.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Barb said...

I'd like the curved piecing course that you chose, but also the String Piece 7 Ways. Very affordable classes - glad to know about them!

shawn said...

String piecing 7 ways is the one I would choose!!
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Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Wow! What a great site! I would choose Advanced Quilting and How to Resize Blocks.

barbara woods said...

i would choose the quilted bags class

KT said...

Hmm Pieced curves or paper piecing...cant decide

Celtic Thistle said...

I could definitely do with the Mastering Inset Seams and Mitres course :)

Janine said...

I'm looking forward to seeing your curves. I'd choose Quilting Designs with Professional Pizzazz, although there are so many exciting classes it's a very tough choice :)

Janine said...

I'm looking forward to seeing your curves. I'd choose Quilting Designs with Professional Pizzazz, although there are so many exciting classes it's a very tough choice :)

Nanbon44 said...

"How to make an appliqué from a portrait of your pet."