Primitive Quilt Magazine

March 21, 2014

Hello Everyone I have a treat for you all today, I have a quilt 'My Home Town' in the Summer 2014 issue of Primitive Quilts magazine, due out early April. I am thrilled to be a part of this wonderful publication. A generous, hard working group of dedicated ladies. A lovely quilt on the cover, I always want to jump right in and start stitching. Summer_2014_cover                   I bet you would love a years subscription to this wonderful magazine ? Well ......... I may be able to help you with that. I am offering a FREE years subscription to this magazine to the some lucky follower. All you have to do is place an order from my website before the 31st March and you will go into the draw to win. This includes the sale bin. Do you use Facebook ? Take a look at Pine Valley Quilts another great way to keep in touch. All likes are welcome. If you have any questions, please do not be offended it I do not answer them straight away as my lovely husband is sweeping me off for a weekend in the city. Good Luck Happy Stitching Sharon    


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