It’s Friday! And that’s as good a reason as any to celebrate!
And what better way to celebrate anything, than with embroidery threads?
So, today, complements of Colour Complements, I’m giving away five skeins of your choice of beautiful overdyed threads.
If you want to join in the fun and have the chance to increase your embroidery stash a bit and try out some new threads, read on!
This time of year, there’s nothing I love more than the vivid colors of autumn, and the thread above captures the glow of the color change perfectly, don’t you think? (Hint: it would look great on Octoberfest!)
At Colour Complements, Lorraine hand dyes a full complement of glorious colors of threads in different weights, from stranded cottons to heavier perle cottons, to specialty threads like velvet petites, and recently, she’s even added some fantastic overdyed ric-rac to her offerings, for those who want some extra accent potential.
Today’s give-away features five skeins of the winner’s choice from the whole line of Colour Complements threads.
This give-away is now ended – thanks so much for participating!
To join in, please follow the guidelines below:
1. Leave a comment on this article on Needle ‘n Thread. If you’re unsure of how to get to the comment form, just follow this link and it will take you directly there. Comments left on other articles or sent in via email are not eligible.
2. On the comment form, please make sure that you leave your name and a working email address, so that I can contact you if you’re the winner!
3. In your comment, please answer the following question:
What’s your absolutely favorite thread color in Lorraine’s offerings on Colour Complements – visit her store here, and take a browse and pick your favorite – and, more to the point, what’s your stitching vision for it?
4. Leave your comment between now and 5:00 am (Central Time – KS, USA), Saturday, October 28. I’ll randomly draw the winner that day and announce it here on Needle ‘n Thread. I’ll also contact the winner via email.
That’s it! Simple!
Now, go forth and comment, and in a few weeks, you just could be reveling in a new collection of embroidery threads! Oh happy thought!