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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

International Readers: Who Are You? A Giveaway Just For Friends Outside the U.S.

When I look at where the readers of The Nickel and Dime Ranch blog are from, I can't help but wonder how they ended up here.

American readers are the largest group, of course, but a significant number of you are from other countries.

I mean, Slovenia? Russia? How the heck did you find out about this blog?

To get to the bottom of this, I am offering a free giveaway, an assortment of fabrics from my ever expanding stash of quilting materials. How much? I don't know, but it will be enough to make a baby quilt or a lap quilt top, for sure.

To enter, just answer these two questions: 1. How did you find The Nickel and Dime Ranch blog? and 2. What would you like to see more of on the blog?

Write your answers in the comments section of the blog. There will be one winner, randomly selected from the folks who entered.

Entries will be accepted until Thursday, April 12 at midnight, Mountain Time.

U.S. readers? I haven't left you out. Check for a giveaway next week!

3 comments:

  1. Isn't it amazing when you do something like this and your blog suddenly goes quiet!

    You know how I found you and you know where I am LOL. I just love looking at your gorgeous photos, especially the dome.

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  2. Cool giveaway, thanks for the opportunity to enter (and get in touch!)

    I stayed in LV, New Mexico as part of a route 66 road trip, and fell in love with the place. I was googling it when I came home and found your blog!

    I really like your blog as it is, but from a selfish point of view shots of the locality are always appreciated as they bring back happy memories! I also love looking at people's projects, and understanding people's inspiration as I think it says something about the person

    x

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  3. I found your blog because somebody on a forum (unfortunately I can't remember who) mentioned your roasted Brussels sprouts post. I haven't managed to find them on the stalk to replicate it yet, but I love individual roasted sprouts and this would be easy and impressive if I did.

    On that note, I'd love to see more recipes... but I like your blog for the gorgeous photos and inspiring quilts (I'm mostly a knitter but am learning to sew) too.

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