Yep 300 posts- 300! That's quite a lot isn't it? About one hundred posts a year- around two a week- that's like a proper bloggy habit! Anyway it must be time for a giveaway! I won't say what the prize will be- because I want to make it special for the winner- who ever they may be. To enter please leave a comment, tell me something, tell me if you were a biscuit what sort of biscuit you would be and why. I am, for example, quite clearly a Bourbon. I'm a bit traditional, a bit common, I am possibly a little more than a boring rich tea but have no delusions that I am some fancy chocolate coated beauty from a Fox's selection tin. I am also quite especially nice when dipped in hot chocolate (get the picture?). I will randomly pick a winner next Sunday the 16th, please make sure I can contact you through your comment, or I will have to pick someone else- and that kind of hard-ball policy really doesn't come easy to a 'Bourbon'.So, as you may have gathered with my deep knowledge of biscuits there is only one sort of diet going on around here! I have seen lots of bloggers talking about the need for economy in these hard times and that has hit the stash... Cut to Pieces is offering an incentive for two months with no fabric purchases, I won't make any promises- because the minute I do I will want to do the opposite. I had been thinking though that if I am to make a quilt for my dear brother, which I very much want to do I will need to buy some fabric...but no wait perhaps there's another way? How would any of you feel about a fat quarter for fat quarter swap- I have lots of pretty florals and some novelty fabrics and Tom wants blues, green and brown geometrics. I will post a picture of the fabrics which Tom picked from my stash and perhaps you guys could tell me if you have anything which might fit which you'd be prepared to swap. There's no hurry so it could be all 2nd class post, but I think U.K only- otherwise it might defeat the object of the exercise! Cool- so come on biscuits- dunk yourselves in the giveaway-and help me celebrate 300 posts of waffle!
Thanks for visiting my blog. I am always glad to make contact with others who maybe pick up confetti from party tables, keep all those little packets of spare beads and buttons that come attatched to new clothes, who stroke fabric ......for hours...whilst gazing into the middle distance. (I cannot believe I am the only one who is maybe half woman/half magpie!) Please take the opportunity to have a glance at my latest 'fiddlings'. Enjoy fellow fibre freaks!