Sunday, 13 July 2014

Travelling Treasures Giveaway

Hi everyone,

Just a reminder, you have until Midnight AEST tonight to enter for a chance to play along with the Travelling Treasures parcel.  Here is a peek inside...

A selection of patterns: a cross stitch called "Birdhouse Row", quilts and other projects by  Chook Shed Patterns, Elefantz,  Designs by Fee, and Sweet as Cinnamon.  Plus......

More patterns, (some from USA), two fat quarters,  variegated thread by Threadworx,  lavender thread by Sullivans,  one yard of crochet look lace, and one more pattern not shown so there will be at least one surprise!!   I've weighed this parcel and it is under 500gms, so I expect postage should be just under $4 with my own envelope.

It's easy to enter: just leave a message with a guess at Boy 14's weight.   The hint is that he weighs more than half of what I weigh.  Any questions,  email me or see my previous two posts.  Ends tonight!

These two pictures were both taken today, Sunday 13th.  

Next Sunday, 20th of July, we will have the collection box at stitching group for donations to give
to this charity: dreamalittledream .  They are collecting items for care packages for premature babies and their mums.  If you have a moment, there is still time to send a little something on to me to pass on and help with these care packages.  These ladies are volunteers with no outside financial help, so they rely on donations to make up the care packages.

Here are a few ideas: small pamper items for mum such as lip balm, purse size hand gel, tissues,  snacks.  Nursing pads,  gently loved premmie clothes, simple drawstring bags for baby keepsakes,  pens, journals, crayons/activity books for young siblings.  Thanks for your help.  xx debbie


  1. Hi Deb i guess 50kg,what a lovely furry friend he will be for you.xx

  2. Well, it's 11.36 pm so just scraping in. So I guess 36 kilos because that is the time now. Crazy method of choosing I know.

  3. Love Lynda's guessing reasoning- just like picking the Melbourne Cup winner by colour..

  4. Susan I always choose my Melbourne cup winner by colour!


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