Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Clucks In A Row!

They've hatched!
And really, that's too many chickens!
I simply MUST give one of these gals away!
You choose which one!
The Chicken Run began in England in January and has promenaded to Australia, Germany and Virginia, USA. And here it is today in Montana USA!
Where in the world will you go to next, Miss Cluck?

If you would like to be the lucky cluck to win one of the four chickens pictured above, here is all you need to do:

1. Agree to make another chicken and give it away on your blog within 4 weeks of receiving your prize.
    Include a link back to Oh Sew Tempting, where your chicken will appear in the Chicken Run Gallery, along with a link to your giveaway.
If you do not blog, Avis will be happy to organize the giveaway for you on her blog Oh Sew Tempting
2. Leave a comment below telling me what you would name Miss Cluck, where she would be going, and why she would feel at home there :)

This giveaway is open to anyone anywhere!

I will draw a random winner Monday morning
June 9th at 9:00, Montana time.
It may involve this hat

You may review my previous "chicken scratches" here, here, and here!
Also, I made up a little "Pin Hen" tutorial here!

Thank you!!!
for playing along in my 
very-first-ever giveaway!

I am linking up with
 SewDelicious @ SewCuteTuesday
Finish It Up Friday @ CrazyMomQuilts :)


carla said...

Hi!!! Very cute little chickies!!!! Well she would live in KY so I would have to build her a little nest to keep her safe!!!! Ha!!! So I guess we would call her Lucky Clucky because she would be safe in KY!!!!

SarahZ said...

Hi Carla! Both my boys were born in Kentucky! I am certain she would feel right at home in KY :) Thanks for playing!!!

Anonymous said...

This is such fun! Your chickens are wonderful and the tutorial is fabulous too. Thank you for hosting the giveaway/swap :-)

Anonymous said...

Your little "hen party" is sew sweet!!! I have been watching Avis' blog as this has 'hatched' and can't stay away any longer!!! I live in the Coulee Region of MN.....extreme S.E. corner of the state, just West of LaCrosse, WI. It's a rugged area with high ridges, deep narrow valleys/"coulees" that are all covered in pines and hardwoods. Gorgeous. My little "Henny Penny" would love to come nest in our "neck-of-the-woods"!!! Hugs......

SarahZ said...

Yay! Minnesota is such a diverse state...it sounds like a lovely area in which to roost!! :)

Lisa in Port Hope said...

I would love for a sweet chick to fly over to lounge by the side of our garden pond and keep me company in my sewing (aka laundry) room. Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, just 100 km (or 60 miles) east of Toronto. I love the blue and yellow one and would name her "Sunshine"

SarahZ said...

Sunshine in Port Hope! It certainly has a nice ring to it, doesn't it! So glad you're playing Lisa!

Anne Rust said...

Thank you for this fun linked giveaway and the easy tutorial for the little pin hens. I love that name, it reminds me of my grandmother. If I am the lucky winner of your giveaway I would pick the blue and yellow one and she would be coming to Texas. I'd name her Penney. She would feel right at home here because I am busy making my own flock to keep her company!

SarahZ said...

You are so welcome...this little giveaway is really my pleasure, and thank you for playing! We had a "real" chicken named "Penny", and another named "Penny's Best Friend" :D