Tuesday, September 3, 2013

We "Like" You Giveaway!


THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. STAY TUNED FOR MORE IN THE FUTURE BY FOLLOWING THE BLOG, LIKING HENRY GLASS CO. ON FACEBOOK OR FOLLOWING ON TWITTER. THANKS!

Facebook just changed their terms of service for businesses like us to run contests. To celebrate this news, we are going to have giveaways all of this week. Are you ready?

General rules: 
1.  Pop by our Facebook page and answer the question of the day. One lucky winner will be chosen from all of the entries on Facebook and will win a fabulous prize of FOUR bundles of fabric. You can leave ONE comment per day under each question of the day post for multiple chances to win. We will select the winner at the end of the week. [Our choice of fabric. No substitutions.] Note: Only comments left under the question of the day posts will be counted.

2.  We don't want to leave out those of you who don't have access to Facebook so we're letting you in on the fun.  Answer the question of the day [scroll to the bottom for the question] EACH day here on the blog and be eligible to win one bundle of fabric per day. We will pick one name from the comments from each day.

The giveaway is open until midnight Sunday, September 8th, 2013. We will randomly select a winner from our Facebook page and four additional winners from comments here on the blog. All winners will be announced on Monday, September 9, 2013.

Fabric bundles may vary from the images shown. No substitutions.

Winners only from USA and Canada at this time please.



First up, we are giving away a bundle of Flannel Essentials by Buggy Barn. This line is full of warmth and lovely shades for fall. The flannel is oh so soft.



Question of the day:  Tell us what you would make with this gorgeous line!

Good luck!
-hg



71 comments:

Diana said...

I would make a raggy quilt for my husband, the colors match our family room decor and you can always use a quilt to snuggle under in the fall and winter.

Judy1522 said...

I would make a cozy lap quilt so I could curl up in it on cold winter evenings while watching tv.

Cheryl said...

I'd make flannels lap quilts for the family to snuggle with during the NY winters.

ledamewood said...

If enough fabric I would make pajamas for my son and coordinating nightgowns for his baby girls. If not, I would make a quilt for them to snuggle under together while having some TV or reading time.

April Shae said...

My little girl loves my friends flannel rag quilt!! I would make for to have of her very own!!!

Maryam said...

Oh those would make such a lovely and comfy blanket to snuggle under while watching t.v. or doing Sudoku puzzles during the cold winter evenings!

Jen said...

I would make a beautiful wall hanging! I need more Autumn decorations ;)

Sallie said...

A quilt!

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Randi Deem said...

This is a beautiful! I love flannels. I would make a barn raising quilt from this luscious fabric.

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Cecilia said...

I would make a rag quilt for my son.

Lisa Marie said...

I'd make a cozy lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift. Thanks for the chance to win -- I appreciate that we can still participate if we choose not to be on facebook.

Anonymous said...

A lap quilt for my couch. It will keep me warm during the predicted cold winter

Pauline Gudas
pgudas@roadrunner.com

Michele T said...

Beautiful rich coloured fabric!! I would make a quilt, thanks for the chance!

Lesley said...

These fabrics are so beautiful! I would make a cozy quilt for the livingroom to curl up in on a cold winter's night! The colours are perfect!

Brenda said...

I would make a cozy lap quilt for my husband. Love the fun fall colors.

Fiesta said...

Being that it is flannel, I would make a winter quilt for my daughter who has traded the Florida sun for the North Carolina cold. Thanks for the chance.

Sandy O said...

I love the fabrics. I would make a cozy lap quilt for my husband to use on cold winter nights here in Mich. Thanks for doing this.

Kathie said...

A fall lap quilt for my family room! Thanks for a chance to win!

Renea said...

I would make a warm quilt for those cold winter evenings. Thanks for the giveaway and for letting us non-Facebook users to join in the fun.

Joan and Kevin said...

I would make a new quilt for my living room. I would be so nice for the winter here in Maine.

patricia said...

How about a winter outfit for the grands. They are almost 3 and on the way.

Deb said...

These are some of the same colors in my living room, so I'd make a snuggly quilt to go on the back of my sofa to cuddle under.

Also, THANK YOU so much for a way for non-facebookers to enter!!! Kudos!

Denise Cabral said...

I would make a quilt from one of the books I have by Jo Moton!

Karen Dusty said...

I would make a cuddly quilt for my granddaughter. Who loves to sit by Papa and I and watch movies.

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Deb G. in VA said...

I would make a snuggle quilt!

Karen Dusty said...

I would make a quilt for my granddaughter when she comes over.

Karen Dusty said...

I would make a quilt for my granddaughter when she comes over.

Karen Dusty said...

I would make a quilt for my granddaughter when she comes over.

Sharon Eshlaman said...

I would make a quilt for my new daughter-in-law for watching TV. Thanks for a chance to win.

Karen said...

Definitely make a lap quilt.... Use a large block layout so one can enjoy the details of the fabric! Beautiful choices - thanks for the giveaway!

Annie said...

I think I would make something for my son, who just moved into a new house.

Sherry said...

I would make a fall themed quilt, flannel would make it so cozy. I just purchased a book with many fall ideas in it.

sandra said...

I would love to make my son a new flannel quilt to cuddle under. I made him my first quilt 15 years ago when it was hard to get flannels at least nice plaid ones. It is so worn and though I have tried to repair it is beyond that this time .Your flannels would be prefect.

Kathy H said...

I would make a comfy throw for a friend who just had surgery.

WoolenSails said...

I would make a fall quilt for my couch, with a mix of fall leaf appliqu├ęs.

Debbie

JD said...

I love the soft feel of flannel. I would have to make a movie night quilt out of it to snuggle under in the winter or maybe even the summer.

Emily C said...

Awesome! Looks great for a nice warm autumn quilt.

Vicki H said...

I would make a throw for our couch, it will make great snuggling while watching tv.

Vicky P said...

Flannel speaks lap quilt to me. It would make a nice fall looking quilt.

GranChris said...

So warm ans for a lap quilt for sure.

barb said...

Charity quilts. That is all i make. I piece by hand and quilt by hand and donate them. My only income is less than four hundred dollars monthly for disability, so buying fabric is not an option. Blessings, Barbara babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

Nancy said...

Rag quilt! I made a rag quilt for the first time for my upcoming grandchild, and I loved it!

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

I would love to make a cozy curl-up on winter evenings lap quilt. Thanks so much for the chance!

Patti said...

I would make a cuddly cozy lap quilt.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

A new fall log cabin lap quilt to snuggle under while watching tv.

Debbie Rogowski said...

A nice warm cuddly throw for the couch, it seems to be asking to be cuddled

Mary Ann said...

I think I would cut it all into 2 1/2" strips and make something cozy out of the fabrics. I would also back it with flannel so it would be nice and warm to use in the upcoming winter.

Amy Caldwell said...

I would make a nice warm throw for winter TV watching

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Susie Johnson said...

I am in the mood to make a maple leaf quilt!

Beth said...

Like four dogs and one quilter, I would put these into a log cabin quilt.

At our house, it's five dogs, five cats, and one quilter, so maybe my log cabin should be a bit bigger than hers. ;)

Jan said...

Those fabrics are "talking" to me.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Ellee said...

Ooooh! Love flannels! These would make a nice and cozy lap quilt for the family room. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

Very nice line of fabric! I would make a scrappy bed topper!

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Kd Brown said...

I would love to make a cuddly lap quilt for the cold winter nights ahead of us.

Karrie S said...

a cuddly lapquilt

Valerie said...

I would make a cozy lap quilt

Jan said...

A quilt of course.

barb said...

I would make charity quilts. That is all i make and with an income of less than four hundred dollars monthly for disability buying fabric is not an option.babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

Carrie P. said...

my daughter in law wants a rag quilt so that is what I would make with these fabrics.

Deb said...

I would make a baby quilt, or two, for the nieces and nephews who are arriving soon. I can't keep up!

Denise Mitchell said...

I would make a rag quilt for sure.

Lee said...

I think a cozy lap quilt for my dad is what I would make! thanks for the fun!