100 Post Anniversary

It’s a happy 100th post anniversary for Jo’s Country Junction and it’s a giveaway for you!
Since entering the blog world, I have been completely amazed at all the wonderful ideas a person can find in blogland.  My hubby can’t figure out how I would prefer the computer over the televison…obviously he hasn’t discovered blogs. 
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Anyway on to the giveaway.  As many of you know, I blog here and have an early learning printable website at www.makinglearningfun.com.  I thought I would give away something that might appeal to all of my viewers….a set of Rag Quilt Letters with bag. 

To have a chance to win, leave a comment on this blog entry.
To have another chance to win, blog about the giveaway on your blog.  Then come back and leave another comment letting me know that you blogged about the giveaway. 
For another chance to win, add Jo’s Country Junction or Making Learning Fun to your blog roll.  Then come back and leave a comment that you added the blog/site.

The give away closes on Friday night at midnight here.  Good Luck!

If you aren’t a winner, but want to make a set of letters for yourself.  Here is a link to the Rag Letter tutorial at Oh So Happy Together.  I made the bag using Rachel’s Tutorial at P.S. I Quilt.  I am warning you that I did adjust the directions for the bag by adding nine strips instead of eight.  I also made the bottom piece 9.5 x 7.  When the corners were sewn I used a 2″ measurement rather than 1.5.  The batting was cut the size of the top and the lining measurement changed to 16 x 101/4.  The adjustments need to be made for the bag so that letters can fit in the bag. 

Wouldn’t they make a wonderful gift for the little one you love?

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20 thoughts on “100 Post Anniversary

  1. Michell

    I would so love to win these letters!!!! I just started teaching 4-5 yr. old preschool this fall. Your learning site is WONDERFUL!!!! So many helpful ideas! And, quilting is in my blood. Your sites are a “one stop shopping” place for me. Thanks for making this school year much, much easier!

  2. Megan

    Hi! I’m a huge fan of your makinglearningfun.com website…which is how I found your personal blog a few months ago! I teach PreK so I am always checking for new ideas in the classroom and I also LOVE sewing! I know my kids (at school of course) would love these little letters for our literacy center. If I’m lucky enough to win them, I’ll even send you a picture of the kids enjoying them! What a wonderful idea! Thanks! -Megan

  3. Jackie

    How cute! I’m the mother of 4 year-old twins (preschoolers) as well as a preschool teacher myself. I discovered your website a year and a half ago and love it! You have so many wonderful ideas and printables that I use all the time! My preschool recently adopted the Zoo Phonics curriculum and our children can not get enough of letters…they look for them everywhere! Your rag quilt letters would be a wonderful addition to my classroom and homework for my twins! Thanks for all you do!

  4. Sally

    What a neat idea. I love your site Makelearning fun. I get many useful and helpful things for teaching my son from there.

  5. Heather M.

    First, I want to say thank you for the Making Learning Fun website!! We are a homeschooling family of a kindergartener. We have used your site for over a year and have LOVED the items you make available for FREE!! ;-) I can’t wait to dig around your blog, this is my first visit. Thank you for the chance to win the really sweet letters!

  6. lisa honeycutt

    i dont have a blog per say but i will post it on facebook… but i would love to win these for my sons kindergarten class we have several autistic kids who would def benifit from them.. it is the best giveaway i have seen its not money or a car or anything materiallistic but it can help and benifit others

  7. Kathy Engelman

    I teach Kindergarten at a private church school. I use items from your site all the time! I love it. The quilted letters are awesome! What a terrific, tactile idea for little ones!

  8. Jill S.

    I am a kindergarten teacher in Illinois and have been for the past 32 years! I love Makinglearningfun! It has sparked my teaching-I have 4 years left to teach and acn’t thank you enough for your website!!

  9. Emily

    Ok – that is so incredibly fabulous-O!! I would love these but I’m so intrigued by the tutorial I might just have to make them myself!!

  10. Agnes

    Hi since I found out about your website it been a blessed. I got so many ideas that help me to teach better. Thanks!

  11. Melissa

    Love the quilt patterns. I just found your website today. I will be using it a lot. Thanks you for all of your time you have put into what you do. I would love to win these cute bucket of letters.

  12. Connie

    These are awesome. Makes me wish I could sew. If I don’t win
    maybe I can convince someone to make these for me….

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