Quilters Connection Published and a Giveaway!

In Canada, we are thankful to one of the daring and innovative quilter/publisher gals in the country. Heather McArthur who started up this full size glossy paged magazine.

I've had my Denim Potholder pattern published! (Top left of cover shot) Its so cool to actually see your work in a magazine.

This is actually the second pattern to be published. The first was my "Snow Town Folk" pattern of quirky snowmen ice fishing in Canada.

I just love denim pot holders and will follow this story with another great idea for denim that I've not seen out there but its coming soon. Denim potholders are just the beginning!

Here's the giveaway!

Quilter's Connection magazine has donated one summer edition of Quilter's Connection magazine to this giveaway.

And Good Earth Quilting is donating 4 fat quarters in Organic 100% cotton from the "The Lorax" collection. 
These are really fun to make into children's quilts.

The rules are simple, go to Facebook and "Like" my Good Earth Quilting page and leave a comment to enter this giveaway at my Facebook page. Plus for a second chance to win, is to become a follower of this blog, Good Earth Quilting.

Happy Quilting and Good Luck, 

Carli The Quilter

Giveaway ends on my June 19th, 2015

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  1. Congrats on being published twice.

  2. That is awesome That yoU were published twice!! You must be on cloud nine!!

  3. Good for you! Isn't it fun to be published? You know I follow your blog, but I'm afraid I won't be doing the facebook 'thing' - I keep a very low profile on there (only my immediate family).

  4. Congratulations on being publish yet again! You must be so proud!

  5. congrats on being published…well done


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