Thursday, June 13, 2013

Post Fabric Weekend 2013, Girls Night Out L.A. and a Giveaway!

The Pictures Say it all.
Courtesy of Jessica


Jessica at our restaurant, Industriel
Courtesy of Justine


Courtesy of Melissa


L to R: Abby, Andrea, Miriam, Bev, and Sabra
Rachel and Melissa looking at the camera.
Courtesy of Justine


Marissa and me
Courtesy of Justine


Justine and me
Courtesy of Justine

Courtesy of Jessica

Courtesy of Jessica

I was dumb and forgot the camera. so the poor quality pics are from my phone, and the others are pics courtesy of Me Sew Crazy and Sew Country Chick.

The swag in our cute burlap bags, courtesy of Joann's
Thank you Jessica, Justine, Bev, and Andrea for putting this together!



Our fabric Weekend 2013 and GNO Los Angeles was so amazing! Being sponsored by all of these amazing companies to have this event take place is so awesome. Michael Levine, Craftsy, and Joann's are so amazing they have teamed up for a giveaway - sponsored by Go To Patterns.


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GRAND PRIZE WINNER:

FOUR LUCKY WINNERS WILL RECEIVE $150 IN PRIZES:

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Contest Rules:
Giveaway open internationally to contestants 18 years or older. Contestants must enter their email address to be added to the LowPriceFabric.com and GoToPatterns.com email newsletters to win. All prizes are awarded in the form of gift certificates. Winners responsible for paying shipping. Gift certificate value of serger is $210. Contest open from June 11, 2013 through June 20, 2013 EST. Winners will be notified within 24 hours of winning. Winners have 48 hours to claim their reward. New winners will be chosen if prizes are unclaimed. Winners will be emailed their rewards within 7 days of claiming their prize.

ONE ENTRY per person. This contest is being held on multiple blogs. Please enter only once. You will be counted only once.



2 comments:

Brit said...

Looks like so much fun! Btw, those polka dot shorts are amazing!

Zoe said...

It sounds like such a fun get together, I wish there were more sewers in my area!