I have been feeling a bit helpless, as we all have, in regards to what is going on in Japan right now. I, of course, have a special place in my heart for Japan being that the company I design fabric for, Lecien, is a Japanese Company. We've gotten news that the people who work for Lecien are for the most part ok for now or at least accounted for which is a blessing. At any rate, I thought I'd contribute my small piece by participating in this appeal sponsored by A Bit of This and That.
Here's how it will work:
I'm offering for raffle, this handbag. It was made by me as a sample for my quilt market booth. It is from my Notting Hill Hobo sewing pattern and made from my Country Lane line of fabric. It measures 15"w x 11"h x 3"d and comes with a rhinestone brooch.
This is a design from my Full Bloom line of fabrics made into a charm by the fabulous Cathy Penton Designs. It can be used as a necklace or even a purse charm.
To participate this is what you do:
Go to Global Giving and donate at least $5 to the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief.
NOTE: Bids are made in US $ and Each entry must be a minimum of $5.
When you have done it come back to this post and leave a comment with your reciept number and you must also leave a valid email address, you can write the address in the format of mymailname ‘at’ hotmail ‘dot’ com.
You may enter as many times as you like but each time you need a new receipt number.
I am not affliated in any way with Global Giving. It is just the way we have chosen to help this effort.
On another note, if you are inclined to run a raffle or auction of your own, that would be fabulous! See this post for details on how.
Thank you so very much for donating to this cause!
A winner will be picked on March 26.
Edit: March 29... Winner is comment #1! From Wendy!
Congratulations. Comments are now closed. Thank you all for donating!