I'm not sure exactly how to put this, or really how to say it, but I'm having a give-away! Now....not so that you should get so excited, let me explain that this is not a NEW give-away, but a re-gifted one. YES, you read that right!! A re-gifted give away!! (I bet that's a new one, huh??? Leave it to me!! lol) This is what happened. A month or so ago, I was reading my normal blog list of favorites, and left a message for one of my favorite bloggers/artists, Jacquie. Little did I know it, but it was her intent to gift some commenter that day with a Kaufman Jellyroll and I was the winner. Now, IF I had known what the give-away was to be, I would never have left a comment because I NEVER sign up for something I probably won't use. NEVER!!! Not that jellyrolls are bad! Far from it!!! Let me show you the jellyroll:
Do you see? It's pastel! Pastel? ME????? I don't think so! I contemplated on what to do. Should I refuse it and appear ungrateful? Should I maybe make something and probably hate it because I'm really not a pastel girl? Oh what to do? So.....after a few weeks of thinking, I decided since it was just my birthday last Sunday, and since I really have not been sewing because I have been "down for the count" with this sickness crud again, I would have a re-gifting day! AND......I sure hope you don't comment and ask for it just because it's free! Please plan on using it, if you really want it! Unless, of course, you plan on having a re-re-gifting day. lol That would be okay too, I suppose!!! Who knows, this poor Kona Jellyroll could make the whole blog circuit if we planned it right. lol Anyway, that's the scoop!
You also must see the cute Birthday postcard my awesome friend, Annie made me:
She's the BEST!! Thank you, Annie! I love it! So, go comment now and tell me why you think you need a Kaurfman Pastel Jellyroll. I'll be interested in hearing............(and make sure you leave an e-mail address so if you win, I can contact you.) I'm thinking of Friday......or maybe Saturday morning. Hopefully, by then I will have sewn something to show you.