Friday, March 14, 2008

It's a Contest! Win an Organic Cotton Wrap, Ring or Pouch!

We decided to turn our "help us choose fabrics" plea into a contest! One person will win an Organic Cotton pouch, ring or wrap carrier (their choice)!!

Here's how to enter: Comment on the blog post about fabrics for the wrap carrier fabric, get one entry. Comment on the post about the ring/pouch fabric, get a second entry. Join our mailing list (over on the left) and get a third entry. Post a link to this blog post, or our contest banner (clickable please) on your blog or website, and get 2 more entries. That's 5 chances per person. Contest will end April 15th. A winner will be chosen and posted on here by April 27th.

Good luck :)

To add the banner to your site, save the banner to your harddrive, upload it to your blog/website, then hyperlink it with the following address: or email me for an html code. (Make sure you comment with the link so we can count your entries!)


Anonymous said...

I love all of the stripes and patterns... too many beautiful ones to choose from!

Andrea said...

Here are my favorites, I like your current green. But I also like fields of honey, solstice, alphabet soup, natural and lime. The one I would buy would be lime.

Ashley said...

Hello! I posted on the other posts and added a link to my blog. I would love to put the clickable picture on the side, but I don't remember how! If you tell me how, I will do it!

Cara said...

I'm making a pouch sling for my friend with organic bamboo/cotton velour as the lining where the baby is (not up on the shoulder so it's too bulky), and the outside is a green and blue and tan stripe running lengthwise.

So that's what I'd do, but I don't sell slings :o)


Mike said...

That'll look good on me.


Ashley and Ted said...

Love homemade! (Check out my dissertation on making your own dipes)

Katie said...

My blog has been really inactive, but I've wanted to get back into blogging recently. I linked you.

Anonymous said...

Field of Honey and solstice are so far my favorite fabrics, but if I keep looking at them I know I'll like more of them. Very nice fabric choices.