Monday, January 7, 2008

It's a GIVEAWAY... as promised!
WHY? Because you are all so darn sweet!!
I looked in my gift drawer and this jumped into my hand... the left one.
It's a Mary Engelbreit chair that is actually a pincushion. The little pillow lifts off.
It would also be cute just perched on a shelf or holding a little doll.
It's 5 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" wide.
If you'd like to be in the drawing... just leave a comment.
Tell me what you're reading or plan to read.
Fiction or non-fiction.
Can't you visualize yourself curled up in this chair with a book?
Curled under one of your beautiful quilts you made.
Wearing a pair of hand knit wool socks.
Sipping a cup of tea or coffee.
Hugs to you all.
Mr Yummers will pick a name from a hat on Wednesday evening.


Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Oh me me me me ME! Please can it be me because I'm first????? That chair is adorable! So, what am I reading at the moment? Nothing (apart from the weekend section of the paper!) but I am about to start reading a Maeve Bincy - Whitethorn Woods and I also want to read my Elm Creek Quilts book - The Quilters Homecoming, but at the same time I want to read my new vegetable gardening book and I haven't had time to read The Art of Domesticity yet or my new Janet Bolton book - aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh too busy knitting at the moment - determined that Fred will have two mittens for school tomorrow!

Enough info there? Hee hee!

Lucy x

Angie said...

Hey girl!

I'm reading "Bringing Up Boys" by James Dobson. Right now, it's NECESSITY reading.

Other than that, I'm reading "Blue Like Jazz" by Donald Miller.

This is cute -- but I'd be just as glad if someone else wins. I just wanted you to know that I *AM* reading! : )

. . . something about simplifying ones' life, and having time to read.

Anina said...

I'm reading "Eat, Pray, Love" by Elizabeth Gilbert and loving it.
I'm also working my way through the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency books by Alexander McCall Smith. Since I have roots in Africa I love these.

CONNIE W said...

I would love to be a winner also...I collect pincushions. I'm reading "Pride & Prejudice" at this time. Connie W

Thimbleanna said...

WooHoo, we love pincushions!!! I think I even have a pattern somewhere for a chair pincushion sort of like that one! I just started World Without End by Ken Follett. Read his Pillars of the Earth several years ago and LOVED it, so I'm looking forward to this book. Also read The Book Thief last year -- I liked it better than his I Am the Messenger which we just read this fall.

corry said...

That pincushion chair is so cute and very useful, I can tell because I've an identical one on my shelf! So don't count me in for the drawing, I'm sure you gonna make someone else very happy with it! I'm not reading anything special at the moment. I love to leaf throug magazines and read the morning paper each day. How is your hand doing? I hope its goes better.

a.haun said...

Love the pincushion - adorable. I am reading Ana's Story by Jenna Bush. Hope I am lucky today!

Judith said...

I am reading a Robin Cook at the moment.
Would love to be in the give away

Wanda said...

Oh yes, put me in the hat!! Darling little chair. I can so see me curled up in it working on my Lesson in Philippians. Also I can see me reading one of my Francine River's Novels....!!
Thanks for sharing.

How is the healing going???

Helen Hancock said...

Mr Yummers! Too cute. Leave me out of the draw my friend but I will tell you what I am reading Grammy J...I am finishing "From Lambton to Longbourn" and on recommendation awaiting to read "Eat, Pray, Love" - you would have read that....what were your thoughts?

ps. loved reading what everyone else is reading...that was fun!

KCQuilter said...

How darn cute!!! Love Mary E. What am I reading? Well, not counting craft books and quilt mags (those are constants), I started The Reincarnationist before Christmas and had to put it aside due to all the holiday hoopla. My desire is to get back into it---soon!!!

Pat said...

Hi Joni, hope that your hand is coming along nicely.Right now I am reading The Crush by Sandra Brown.The next one on my list to read is also by Sandra Brown Ricochet.

melanie said...

Ooh fun! Let's see I'm about to start the Book Thief (with you) and I'm hoping to read The Middle Placde by Kelly Corrigan tonight. And I'm about to start Richard Russo's Bridge of Sighs.

the pincushion is adorable, but since i don't sew, please don't enter me :)

Anonymous said...

I could see myself reading all the Apron Books that my husband got me for Christmas.