Sunday, December 28, 2008

New Year PIF's


I have always said that the people who work with fibers (stitchers, quilters, knitters, crocheters) are the kindest, warmest, most generous group of people on the face of the earth and I feel it is my priviledge to be a part of their numbers so it my way of saying "thanks for allowing me to belong" that I give back a little with occassional give a ways and PIFs.

Ok, where is it written that I can't start my own PIFs? LOL! That's what I thought so I will reveal both of the different type PIFs I had talked about in a post last month!

PIF #1 will be a notion and thread PIF. Instead of making something to send out for 2-5 people over the course of a year, I will send out notions and/or threads. We all use these things so why shouldn't they be acknowledged with their own PIF! I will send out a package to 2 people sometime within the next 365 days.

The rules will be as follows.

1. Send no less than 5 items per person.
2. Items can be DMC, other threads, stitching needles, straight pins, buttons, scissors, ribbons, ect, just use your imagination. You can send a combination of items such as 3 threads, 1 pack of straight pins and 1 pack of stitching needles or just 5 threads.
3. All I ask is that items be in new condition and not used.

If you are interested, leave a comment on this post until December 31 and I will draw 2 names that evening then post the winners names on my January 1st blog. Please be sure to leave your email address or a link to your blog so that I can get in touch with you if you are a winner!

If you win, you must be willing to post this PIF on your blog and do the same for at least 2 people.

PIF #2 will be a Fat Quarter PIF. Everyone loves a FQ! Quilters and stitchers use them all the time! Sometime within the next 365 days, I will send out 2 FQs to 2 people.

If you are interested, leave a comment on this post until December 31 and I will draw 2 names that evening then post the winners names on my January 1st blog. Please be sure to leave your email address or a link to your blog so that I can get in touch with you if you are a winner!

If you win, you must be willing to post this PIF on your blog and do the same for 2 people.

Please state which PIF you are interested in.

15 comments:

Ginger said...

I will love to participate in PIF #1! Thanks so much for the opportunity. You also reminded me I need to work on my PIFs from last year!
Ginger

Loves Christmas said...

Since I have very limited stitching time, these are PIFs I can do so I would love to participate in both. lovesxmas@gmail.com

SimplyStitchingintheGarden said...

What a great idea and since I also have a blog it would be fun to do so put me down for both of your PIF events.

Hope you are enjoying your Christmas/Holiday time.

Happy New Year,

Roberta

swtart said...

I would love to be a part of both! I love giving things to people!
swtart56@yahoo.com
Hugs,
Dawn

shutterbug said...

What neat PIFs! Please sign me up for both contests. I would love to receive and send both stitchy stuff and fat quarters. :o)
Thanks & hugs, Elaine

Mary said...

I would love to participate in both PIFs. Since my stitching time is limited as well, this would be great fun!

Sara said...

I'd love to participate in PIF#2. kisses

needles-and-quilter-me said...

I'd like to participate in both PIF's. What a great idea! A person can never have too much of anything if it pertains to stitching or sewing!
Lynn

Susan said...

I love your ideas! Please sign me up for both drawings. Thanks!

Irene said...

I would love to enter both your PIF drawings.

Kathy said...

These PIFs sounds perfect. I would love to be choosen. Either works for me.
Kathy (katkiley at aol.com)

Denise Powers Kissel said...

Okay, what's a PIF? Duh! Denise

Ann said...

What a wonderful idea! If possible, I'd like to participate in both. If I can only participate in one, then please sign me up for PIF #1.

lynda said...

Both of these sound like fun! If I'm not too late, please add my name. Thanks!

Loves Christmas said...

I wasn't fortunate to win one of the PIFs and was wondering if you'd mind if I took your idea and posted it on my blog. I don't have much free stitching time so this is one PIF that I feel I can do. Thanks.