Monday, December 18, 2017

Let's Get Quilting - 6 pc Houndstooth Basics by Leanne Anderson and The Whole Country Caboodle


It's nearly Christmas and what better way to celebrate YOU then to sign up for a chance at some FREE Fabric.

First though, we want to thank you for being a loyal follower of the Henry Glass blog this year. We had over 8000 people sign up in this contest spot and we gave away over 300 yards of fabric to lucky viewers this year. Our new rule for 2018 is that you can only win once in the calendar year, so we can spread the joy around.

Here is a glimpse of the whole collection of the Houndstooth Basics.

Houndstooth Basics


55 comments:

allthingzsewn said...

I like the colors of this fabric. But I thought I missed the description of what the fabric was and went back twice and reread. Nope. What is this? A lite wool,cotton or maybe flannel.
I could not tell by the picture. Duh, I guess I could just go to the fabric line page. We all have those moments, right?

Just Ducky said...

What a charming fabric. It will go great with so many things.

ledamewood said...

At about 10 years old, I received a tape recorder, and my father had recorded a message to me. I kept it for years, but it disappeared in a move my parents made. Wish I could still hear his voice.

Lisa Marie said...

Our son's excitement on Christmas morning, especially when he was young, was the best thing.

Karen Bergt said...

Beautiful fabric!! Would be a wonderful Christmas present.

DebrafromMD said...

My favorite Christmas memory is flying to Korea to adopt my little sister.

Evie H said...

No particular favorite because they all seem special. Thanks for a great giveaway of beautiful fabrics!

Joyful Quilter said...

I loved the Christmas Eve parties we had at my mom's house with all the aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins and friends. Noisy and fun.

Karen McMahon said...

Christmas Eve 2016, my parents, my brothers and I and our spouses and our children were all together as we are every year. We didn't know it was the last time. My dad died less than a month later. We all had a wonderful time together though.

Vjquilter said...

My favorite Christmas memory was when my Aunt Susie gave the entire set of Little House on the Prairie Books! I've read and re-read them and still have them!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

My earliest memory of favorite is when I was 4 (that's a long time ago) and received a handmade/carved rocking horse from my great grandma.

Lee said...

I loved the year my father made me a doll house!

JANET said...

The excitement, when I was young, of getting up early Christmas morning, and running to the tree to see what Santa brought.

Kathy E. said...

My favorite Christmas memory is having my newborn son for Christmas. What a joy and blessing!

Michele T said...

The fabric collection looks so cozy... would make a beautiful quilt!

Janie said...

My Christmas memory a tea set when I was 8. These fabrics look so soft and the colors are beautiful.

Lori said...

wonderful fabric.
I like your new rule. gives more people an opportunity.
wow, I have had a lot of good Christmas memories. one of my favorites is making all kinds of cookies with my kids. we would write a list of who we wanted to give them to. We would go and buy tins for everyone. We would have a blast making them. Then with a special card for each tin, we would hand deliver them. It was so fun for me to see the growth of responsibility and the love of sharing in my kids as they grew. they are still giving to this day. now ages 32 and 30

Beth said...

My favorite memory happens anew every year when we decorate the tree.

Renea said...

My xmas memory is getting that Barbie house that I really wanted and I still have it. I played with it constantly. Loved my Barbies. thanks for the great giveaway

VA said...

When my son was four, he slept by the tree because he wanted to see Santa Claus.

mangozz said...

When I was very young, every year, my grandmother used to make me a new pair of flannel pajamas. I knew I could count on it.

Lin said...

Christmas when my Grandpa came!

Helen L said...

I ws very little when my mom's parents came for Christmas, and they spoiled us that year!! I remember that my two older sisters got bicycles, there was a play ironing board and Kitchen, and it just seemed like it was magic that year!! And thanks for all the inspiration and give aways this year!! The Houndstooth looks amazing!! Hugs, H

lindawwww said...

Going to get a Christmas tree with my dad when I was about 5. We carried it home together.

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jec said...

thank you for all your generous give a ways this year. this group of fabric inspires so many christmas past memories and so many memories yet to come. a happy and healthy new year to all janet jecagain@gmail.com

teachpany said...

I loved watching my son open presents, and working with him to bake cookies when he was little. The excitement and fun is just what Christmas is about.

Sewgirl said...

Wow, some people won more than once? Lucky them...! Maybe I'll be lucky to win even once next year!

My favorite Christmas memory was waking up at 3 am and seeing my stocking with the coveted doll on top, and then being told to go back to bed cuz it was too early to get up! I think I must have been around five or so...when I think of Christmas as a kid, that is always the memory that comes to mind.


GranChris said...

Christmas memories for me is always about baking and decorating cookies or making candy. We will go through 25 lbs. of flour and sugar before it's over. It's so much fun and there is sugar and sprinkles everywhere. The dogs help with the floor clean up.

Anita said...

I love the cozy fabric bundle!

Susan L. said...

Love these prints! My favorite Christmas memory is the year my husband surprised me with my first new sewing machine.

Quilting Tangent said...

Decorating the inside of the house. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Kathie Davis said...

Eating Christmas dinner with my kids, husband and grandson!!

cjmont said...

my son who was in 3rd grade reading the night before Christmas to my 4 year old daughter. so sweet

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Driving the neighborhood to look at lights with my dad--I think he was more excited seeing them than us kids--lol!

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

Love the different colors of the houndstooth fabric. Spending time with my family is a favorite Christmas memory,

Linda said...

ANOTHER NEAT GIVEAWAY! THANKS FOR SHARING! MERRY CHRISTMAS ALL!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Danette Stankovich said...

Christmas memories from when I was growing up are mostly from playing board games in the house with my brothers and sisters. Thank you.

Tabitha Keener said...

I love playing the white elephant game at my mothers house! Thanks

Kathy said...

One year my sister and I got Tiny Tears dolls - we both wanted them so bad - she even came with a cradle

Anonymous said...

My Grandparents lived far away from my family when I was a child, so we didn't get to see them at Christmas time. But my favorite Christmas memory is the flannel pajamas they always sent us. We got to open one gift on Christmas Eve and it was always the pajamas. We wore the comfy, warm pj's to bed and opened the rest of our gifts in the morning. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Donna W said...

My favorite Christmas memory is getting a Venus Paradise Coloring set on Christmas Eve and then all of my older siblings and cousins sitting around and coloring them. Most of them were at least 8 years or older than me, so I couldn't believe that they would color.

Angie&Gary Short said...

My favorite Christmas memory is getting the bike I wanted. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

ccamp said...

My favorite memory is Christmas sugar cookies. My mother make the best. Thank you,Cheryl

Judy1522 said...

My favorite Christmas memory is just remembering how exciting Christmas is when you are young and it seems like it will never arrive.

Nancy said...

December 17,1988 my daughter was born. My only daughter. She's been such a blessing to us! But I do love my son's too of course!

Judy Zoll said...

The year our grandson jumped for joy after opening a package with multiple rolls of scotch tape in it (he was in a taping stage and mom was limiting his tape usage!). We still get so much enjoyment of that memory for such a simple gift. Thanks for all the inspiration you provide throughout the year.

Kelly D said...

My favorite memories on the one that are created each year with family.

Rosa said...

My favorite memories is when we are around the table and singing, laughing and eating.

Merry Christmas!!

anna brown said...

I think it was when my son came home for a few days ..He was in the navy... happyness04431@yahoo.com

Cathy Calloway said...

I remember going with my family to the tree farm to cut a Christmas tree

Nicole S said...

I’m terrible at choosing favourites, but it might be the year when I was a little kid that we had so much snow that big groups of us were sliding down the hill on tarps.

Patricia P said...

I always loved Christmas Eve when my grandchildren were little. They came over to celebrate and I gave them Christmas pajamas which they changed into before they left to go home.

Patricia P said...

I always loved Christmas Eve when my grandchildren were little. They came over to celebrate and I gave them Christmas pajamas which they changed into before they left to go home.

Patricia P said...

I always loved Christmas Eve when my grandchildren were little. They came over to celebrate and I gave them Christmas pajamas which they changed into before they left to go home.

QuiltE said...

Seeing your Houndstooth Basics made me think of all warm and cozy ... Christmases with lots of snow outside. New Christmas PJs or nightgowns to curl up in when inside.