A week or so ago, I wrote about our recent trip to Washington, D.C. We invited our oldest son and his family to come with us because his children are the perfect ages for learning about our country.
They've been studying American history and will have more of it in high school. Besides, it's also a great way to instill a little national pride in our grandchildren, which is really important to our family.
Between our trip to D.C. and July Fourth about to occur, I had the idea to giveaway a pack of red and blue fabrics. My assumption, of course, is that the winner will add some white fabrics to the mix, but that is completely up to whomever wins.
Included in the pack of fabrics is 40 die cut 4 1/2 inch squares--20 in red and 20 in blue. I cut them today from fabrics in stash using my Accuquilt Studio. It took only a little while to cut all 40 squares.
The question, of course, is what do you do for a chance to win? Let's make it easy and fun with only two rules:
1. be a follower or become one.
2. leave a comment telling how your family celebrates the Fourth of July.
In a few days I'll tell you how you can earn extra chances to win, so come back and check it out. I'd also appreciate if my bloggy friends helped to get the word out.
And since July 4th is right around the corner, I'll draw the winner on June 27. That will give me a week to get the fabrics to the winner.
This giveaway is open to anyone living in the United States and to any U.S. citizen living our of the country since it's meant to celebrate our Independence Day. Unfortunately that does eliminate some folks, but we'll have another giveaway soon that will be open to everyone.