Thursday, July 4, 2013

Handwoven Towel: Giveaway!

Happy July 4th!   I hope your day is full of fun and fireworks of the very best kind.

To celebrate Independence Day, I thought it would be nice to give away one of these firecracker bright red towels!

Handwoven by my very own self of 100% cotton [commercially dyed, so they won't bleed.] Machine washed and dried already. 16"x24" right out of the dryer.

Care:  Machine wash and dry.

Want to see more of my towels?   Here are a few.

Leave a comment on the blog to enter. Tell us how you celebrate the 4th.

Giveaway open until Sunday, July 7, 2013, midnight EDT.  Open to residents of the US only.  I'll post the winner next week.  Make sure you watch the blog next week and contact me if you are the winner.   Prizes left unclaimed for a month will be forfeited and saved for future giveaways.

12 comments:

  1. Usually for the 4th of July, I have family over and we watch the parade from my front porch (I live near the end of the parade route). Unfortunately this year I have to work today so I will miss the parade. Hopefully I won't be too tired to go over to a friends to watch the fireworks tonight.

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  2. In years past, we would meet at my in-laws house for a picnic and fireworks with dear friends! We'd wear our finest red, white, and blue and adorn ourselves with glow bracelets after dark. A little glow tag before the fireworks and lots of eating and visiting.

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  3. We began our full time traveling the U.S.A. July 3, 2012. Independence Day has a new meaning for us. Yes, the birthday of our country and now the independence to travel when and wherever we choose. Red is a great color for our motorhome kitchen.

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  4. I used to celebrate by going to fireworks, but this year I decided to do things differently. I decided that in a way, going about my day as normal is the best way to celebrate. We are able to celebrate Independence Day and live free because of the brave men that fought for our freedom. As soon as I got up this morning, I put up our American flag. I love seeing the stars and stripes. I've been working on a scrapbook that I'm making for a friend who is having a baby, and did some weeding in my garden. Being able to grow my own food and tend my own land is one of the best parts of being an American. I fed my chickens and watered my flower garden, and I can't keep a smile off my face. I don't go to firework shows anymore, but my neighbors usually fire off a few nice ones, so I must say I do enjoy that.

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  5. I celebrated by fixing Yankee pot roast for my elderly client today! He's a veteran but didn't have a flag so I got him one and it now flies proudly outside his home. Sometimes the best way to celebrate the 4th is to help a veteran celebrate!

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  6. We usually have friends over. We grill burgers, have potato salad and usually have a bon fire. Sometimes we go to the post to watch the fireworks. Just a nice day to spend some time with good friends and celebrate the freedoms of our country.

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  7. At our beach house in a sleepy Eastern shore town celebrated today with family and friends. Fireworks are just starting to go off as I comment on this post.

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  8. Wow, your towels are gorgeous! Thanks to Teresa for directing me here. Besides the crackers outside mine has been a lovely quiet one working on illustrations and thoroughly enjoying myself!

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  9. Having somewhat recently separated from my husband, my daughter and I are redefining what our "traditions" are. It is fun creating new ones albeit I think somewhat sad for her. This year we walked over to the high school and watched our current hometown fireworks. It was nice to not have to drive anywhere and deal with heavy traffic. It was also nice to spend time in the community with our neighbors.

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  10. We are homebodies. We usually grill out and then watch the fireworks on tv... the older I get, the more I hate being in crowds with obnoxious people!

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  11. I want a towel! Who couldn't use a beautiful towel? Squee! I love contests!

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  12. I celebrated by having a day off. my only one for the next 4 weeks! Though I didn't manage to take it off entirely - I did a little minor volunteer recruiting at the party I went to. Oh well - I'd love handmade red towels for my new home!

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