Friday, January 28, 2011

My Giveaway - Finally!

Edited 31st Jan 2011
My giveaway has closed. Thanks to everyone for entering.

Lucky Red Rabbit Zip Pouch
Yay! I have attained 200 fans for my facebook page. It doesn't take much to make me happy, does it? Thank you dear readers for your support. Now, I can give away my Lucky Red Rabbit Zip Pouch to ONE lucky reader. In case it isn't obvious already, I'm giving away the rabbit pouch because it's The Year Of The Rabbit which officially begins next Thursday 3rd February.

To enter, just leave a comment in THIS blog post. It's open to anyone, anywhere in THIS world as long as you have an address I can post to. (No P.O box address tho') Any comments received up to Monday 31st Jan 8.00 am Singapore time will be accepted. I will draw a winner using a random method. Include your email if it isn't linked to your profile already. Winner will be announced on Monday 31st Jan night-ish. (Singapore time)

Btw, repeat entries will be deleted. So, what can you comment on? Well, I'm most curious to know where you are from. Or you could tell me about yourself.  Or tell me a joke. Knock yourself out.

See ya.

52 comments:

PegC said...

Too cute--and thanks for cluing me in on the year of the bunnie! I'm in Raleigh, NC and though a terrible joke teller (punch line forgetfulness, timing...you get the picture) I love to laugh with others who don't have those problems! I'd love a chance to win, thanks. pegcoleman@fineenamels.com

Liza A. said...

Yay! I hope to win this as I have always adore and follow your artworks! Good luck to you in this Rabbit Year!

sketch.andsew@gmail.com

Mrs Sze said...

hi Jane,

i've been following yr blog for quite sometime. yr passion in sewing inspired me to get interest in crafting too ! but I'm just a beginner with lousy sewing skills. hope by end of this yr, I'll have some improvements. and cross my fingers I'll be the lucky winner of this giveaway :)

Sue said...

Hello Jane,

I have been reading your blog for a while as I am a regular reader of your husband's blog too and found the link there.

I love his articles and your bags - his are witty and yours are lovely.

Yes, I am a Singaporean based in Sydney and I heart all things Singaporean - it makes me feel closer to home.

I hope to visit your booth when I get back in December. Meanwhile, keep making more beautiful bags!

PS: My husband's a rabbit & I am a dragon, so I "gobble" him up most of the time!

Sincerely,

Sue (suegopinathan@gmail.com)

Bec Clarke said...

Oh how lovely those pouches are. thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

TheRustyThimble said...

Hello Jane oh I love bunnies so this would just be perfect for me. I am from Oklahoma southern Oklahoma I live at a beautiful lake although the water is not in view I only have to go 1/4 of a mile to get there, and I love to watch the sunsets on the waters edge. My past time, job, and passion is sewing.
I am having a giveaway also please do come over and sign up.
Brenda

Chris H said...

Yaaa another Giveaway....
Now what can I tell you about me?
Nothing! I'm sure you already know more that you ever wanted to know about me by reading my blog! lol
Good luck to everyone who enters Jane's giveaway.

toscaberries said...

hai jane! it's me regina, the one who wants a sewing machine badly:p I'm from jakarta, u've known already i thought:)
i'm in love with ur bunny pouch!!! and.. psstt... actually i have a wish to have a bunny baby girl this year, hopefully my wish come true:)

okiedokie said...

Love your blog and tutorials. Would love to win your rabbit pouch.

Bethany said...

This would be nifty to win! In high school, there were many Chinese students in the science track with me. One year they took a bunch of paper money envelopes and hung them from the ceiling--when you opened the door in that wing they fluttered like a big red wave. I was a little sad afterwards when they had to take them down...
Bethany
sweetbeebuzzingsATgmailDOTcom

SewLindaAnn said...

I've been reading a lot about the "Year of the Rabbit" - I'm in Roswell, Georgia, USA and so happy that we've had a beautiful spring-like day today and will be warmer tomorrow! I was happy we actually had a "blizzard (for the South" that kept us inside for almost a week. Your block looks neat, I'm off to check it out.

Blu said...

That's such a cute pouch!
I have all of your tutorials bookmarked for awhile and finally worked up the courage to try the boxy pouch a while ago. Since I was trying for something way out of my league it didn't go too well.
I think the next one I'll try is the felt pin one. No sewing machine involved!

flutterbygone's said...

Hi Jane! I am a new follower from South Carolina...this was a nice thing to find on Brenda's Rusty Thimble blog...I am trying to unwind from an day that started at 4:45 of getting up, getting me and two kids ready for school (I'm a teacher) having early morning bus duty, school all day, parent conferences until 7, and then a 2 1/2 hour dance rehearsal at our local community theatre for the show I am in!

CheriArt said...

Oh wow, thank you so much for inviting me to participate!! It's adorable!!! : ) I love that the bunny is coming in style. They are so cute! I'm from Buford, Ga. My email address is cheriart09@gmail.com.

Thank you!!!

Christie @ A Lemon Squeezy Home said...

Jane, this is adorable and I'd of course love to win it! Thank you for keeping me posted on this and for thinking of me:). I'm in Utah. Wish I could ever remember a joke when someone asks, but I'm can't! Have a great weekend!

shirlthegirl said...

Hi Jane, what a great giveaway! I think if I was to win it , it would bring me good luck.I read your blog every morning before work. I create the pink part in a set of dentures for a living!!!thought that would make you smile (or freak you out!)I love to sew in my spare time and would love to do it all day. just need some Luck?

Yadira said...

Hi Jane,

I commented earlier on your fb page. I'm from Puerto Rico and I'm currently trying to make a living from my crafts. I have an Etsy shop and a fb profile that feature my work (let me know if you are interested to see it so I can give you links). The main techniques I use are crochet and sewing and I found your blog while I was looking for a tutorial (I think it was the recessed zipper, I actually made a purse using it). I check it almost every day to see if there is anything new. I love to hear from other people coutries through their own voices and their everyday experiences. It's really nice to finally post something here and at the same time be able to enter for your giveaway. Thank you for the chance.

-Iris (irisy.riveraortiz@gmail.com)

PS: BTW, English is not my 1st language so forgive me if something is not clear or correct.

by night said...

Wow! Lovely! Thank you for letting me know!
A man finds a penguin in the street. he asks a policeman what to do with it... The policeman says: "I don't know. I guess you could take it to the zoo". The next day, the policeman sees the the guy with the penguin again. "So, I thought, you'd take it to the zoo?" "Oh, I did! And he loved it, thank you! We're going to the cinema now"

Solstitches said...

The little pouch is so cute and of course I would love to win it.
I was born in the year of the monkey.
I'm from UK but now I live in Spain. I'm an enthusiastic bag maker which is what first drew me to your blog.
Congrats on having 200 followers!
Margaret

*~kAy~* said...

super cute! :P
I'm born in the year of the rabbit! :P

MTH said...

Hi Jane,
I found your blog via Kandipandi's Blog. As a beginner to sewing I find your blog fantastic and would love to make bags like yours (your tutorials are fantastic, thank you!).
I'd love to win (michelle@mg-holloway.co.uk).
x

gill said...

Hi Jane
This is so cute! Actually I love all your bags and I've used several of your tutorials! Thanks!

Micki said...

Hi Jane,
It would be an honor and a joy to have one of your pouches. Thanks for the chance to win and for your lovely blog!
Micki

Is it just me or....? said...

Hi Jane, I've been following your blog for sometime now and have been very inspired by you makes and fascinated by your posts about your stall at the craft markets.

How lovely it would be to own one of your lovely pouches
Sarah

Mutya Laxa Buensuceso said...

Hi Jane!

How can I forget an awesome lady who is absolutely talented in sewing lovely bags! I can't stop using my striped purse and here I am vying for your rabbit pouch. it's just the perfect pouch for putting all that lucky money in plus a handy notebook for all your ideas! It's the pouch for hopping around! Happy New Year

Mutya of Tullerie

Tiba said...

Hi Jane
Gong Xi Fa Cai. What a lovely giveaway.
Thanks for giving me a chance to snare the cutie pie rabbit.Fingers and toes crossed.
tiba

Anna said...

Hi Jane,
I have been reading your blog for a while and look forward to seeing your new projects and reading about your market experiences. You are very generous in giving tips and tutorials.
thank you
Anna from Melbourne, Australia

Vik said...

Hi Jane

Have really enjoyed reading through the comments and seeing where everyone is from....I am from Melbourne :)

I also just read your profile and that you hate exposed seams LOL. Well, not only 10 minutes ago I was overlocking (serging!) a seam that was one part gathered fabric with lots of loose ends and frays and as I was sewing I was thinking how beautiful and neat and tidy the overlocker makes everything. Sad huh. Thanks for the giveaway!

vikkionline@optusnet.com.au

Anonymous said...

Hihi Jane!

Once again thanks for the invite to be a part of the rabbit pouch giveaway! It's so lovely~ And this post shall be on behalf of my mom too!

Both of us are really a fan of your bags and pouches~ Haha, we kept rotating the bags we had bought from you among ourselves to use~

I know I've always been saying 加油to you but really, do 加油加油!Singapore's arts and crafts market may be small but I believe we need people like you to keep it going and growing! Continue doing what you love and we can't wait to see more of your new bags!

All the best! =D

-Delphina & Mom-
pasirishp@hotmail.com

Kandi said...

Jane, conratulations on the followers ~ I would have joined you on Facebook too but I don't 'do' Facebook thanks to a crazy man who was a pest on there a few years ago I had to delete my profile! Anyway please add me in, here is one of my favourite jokes:
Q: What's brown and sticky?
A: A Stick.

Hugs Kandi x

Andreja said...

Uau what a great giveaway, I don't want to miss it. I'm simply your fan. Maybe I'll have luck and this Rabbit will arrive to Slovenia, you never know☺. I Love your work!♥

amknitty said...

What can I add - a woman can't have too many pretty bags. Good luck to everyone

pam1228 said...

Love the little rabbit pouch and would love to enter for a chance. Love reading your blog!!! Thanks.

Renee said...

Hi Jane,
I found your blog not so long ago. I am from New Zealand, but love everything Singapore. I have visited your wonderful country many times, my latest trip in October 2010, where I discovered the lovely ladies at Quilts and Friends.
Love your sewing, so inspirational, you make bag making look nice and easy.
Good luck everyone on Jane's giveaway :)

Sarah@PingsAndNeedles said...

Hi Jane, as you know, I love your blog - I especially love that sometimes you're kind of grumpy about stuff, so refreshing!

Here in Brighton the air is frosty and bone-chillingly cold, but I don't mind, I'm tucked up nice and warm in my sitting room, about to start a bit of weekend sewing ... bliss!

I love your little rabbit pouches and I'd be jolly pleased to win one!

Speckled Hen said...

Dear Jane,

Reading your creative, informative and humorous blog..
is much more than drooling over your heavenly bag...
It's my daily read!
It is my daily bread!!
So I shall combat the winter blue..
when your rabbit jumps ove the morning dew...
and becomes alive with a lucky hue...
Oh please Jane makes my dream come true.....

Yours truly speckled Hen from the U.K...

Rebecca said...

Oh, for a chance to win your beautiful rabbit bag. I really enjoy reading your blog and seeing all the clever bags you make. I'm in Maine, USA. Rebecca rtownsend7@roadrunner.com

Ruth said...

Count me in Jane! Here goes...

Knock Knock...

Whose there?

Rabbit...

Rabbit who?

Rabbit up carefully because its a great pouch!

*Groans.

Dee said...

Ta for the heads up. :) this is a cute little bag. i would be delighted to win it.
my 15yo LOVES the red cross-over bag with the black/ white butterfly. and as I expected, your work is top quality.

BlackCrow said...

Hi Jane, thank you for letting me know about your giveaway! Hey you know I'm alter ego is a discombobulated bunny! I love your bags and I can't wait to see the bag I purchased from your etsy shop. Really looking forward to taking it out and about town in sunny Hobart, Tasmania...I bet nobody else would have one like it!
good luck everyone!

Ellen said...

Thank you, Jane, would love to enter your giveaway! Love all your bags!

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

blogger101 said...

Hello,

I found your blog through Diet Coke Rocks. I'm Surrey from Hamilton NZ.

Thanks!

P.S. I was born in the year of the rabbit :)

xiaofu (Fiona) said...

Thanks for letting me know! My very 1st entry to a give away! Will I be the lucky one?? ^_^ Looking forward to a great new year! Good luck one and all!

Janet Chin said...

Thanks for the giveaway.

I wanna join.I wanna join.I wanna join.

Wish me luck! If I'm the lucky one(pick me,pick me,pick me)please contact me after 16Feb (away for CNY break)

LOve the Rabbit pouch you made,the size is just so perfect.

Lastly,HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR!
GONG XI GONG XI!

Amanda Pedro said...

Nice pouch! Aren't they fun to make. And yes, I too find nicely pressed, sewn, finished seams soothing.
I'm from the island of Newfoundland, Canada, now living in Toronto, Canada.
I've bookmarked your site to have a good look later with a cup of tea. relaxing.
Oh, come visit my site for my giveaway too!
cheers

tamdoll said...

Hi Jane! Since you're curious to know where we're from... well, I think I've mentioned I'm living in New Hampshire now, but I lived in New York until I was 25. I went from city to country and it was almost traumatic to me. From walking & mass transportation to having to drive everywhere. Pigeons in the street to deer and moose in my backyard. It's been 15 years and I've finally gotten used to it!

antmee said...

I would love, love, love to win this pouch! I have admired these simple yet wonderfully made pouches for awhile now.

Shellie said...

beautiful!! :) what a great giveaway Jane - thanks for letting me know! best of luck!

NotYetTheDodo2 said...

Hi there! I'm from Denmark and have made a few of your pouches... and I will make one more this evening :-)! Thanks for your tutorials and for the giveaway!

Carol said...

Thank you so much for the invite Jane, I would love to be entered for a chance to win your Lucky Red Rabbit Pouch!

I'm not at all experienced with machine sewing and would love to be able to make some lovely bags and pouches like you have. My husband Colin bought me a Bernina for my 50th birthday just over a year ago - I really must use it more often and build up my confidence to make some nice things! I think it would help if I had somewhere permanent to keep it out. I dream of one day having my own needlecraft room! :o)

Ellen S said...

Love this pouch!! would love to be entered in your giveaway!!!

Ellen S

Beeshebags said...

Rats, I was too late....congrat's to the winner though...and great work Jane. Hugs Naomi

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