Friday, June 22, 2012

The Old North Church Linen Give-A-Way

To those of you who think I have been doing more thrifting than sewing...
I want you to know...
I did sew a button on a shirt the other day!  :)

It is hard to blog about sewing when you do not want your family to see what you are up to!!!

I am pulling out my Fourth of July decorations today.
I was reminded of them yesterday when I made a quick stop in at my favorite store (you know the one).
I found this patriotic linen still in the packaging!

I thought it would make a sweet give-a-way!!
Hand Printed on Pure American Linen by
Kay Dee Handprints - Hope Valley, Rhode Island

I didn't want to take it out of the package to photograph it, but I believe it says Paul Revere's Ride

I always use linen towels in my kitchen for anything that comes into contact with food...because it doesn't leave any "fuzzies" behind.

I will pull a name out of the basket on Monday morning in hopes of getting it into the mail on Tuesday (my errand running day).
If you would like your name entered, just leave a comment.
If you tell a friend and they leave a comment, have them mention your name and I will stick your name in again.  :)

Thanks for stopping by!!!

Brenda's name was drawn this morning.
Thank you each for taking time to comment.
Have a wonderful week!!!




11 comments:

Betsy said...

Oh I love that! I found your blog via your comment @ Small Things. I can not wait to look around more.

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

I would love to win that linen...I think it will look perfect with my 4th of July decorations. Patty

Noelle the dreamer said...

A striking pattern and perfect for this upcoming holiday!
Thank you for the opportunity and God Bless,

phjones1954 at yahoo period com

Colleen said...

I love old linens like that! Reminds me of PA. I would share it with my mom who decorates up for their big annual 4th picnic.

tootles said...

4th of July decorations ?!! Oh, how I need to do that. We have an adorable flag hanging on the house, but no decorations....more info please! :)

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

How cute is that!! I love linen towels. Thanks for the giveaway :-)

Brenda said...

Thanks for the chance to win this linen. Love it!

Chris said...

Oh my! I was born in the city of the Old North Church....and attended school in site of it. Boston is a pretty city....have you visited?

Lori said...

I'd love to win as it would look right at home amongst my patriotic decor!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Great find! I would love to be your winner. I went thrifting this week but didn't find a thing~ some weeks are like that for me. Have a great weekend!

camp and cottage living said...

I would love to enter your drawing for your sweet patriotic linen.