Quilter’s Basket Walk – A Raffle With a Twist!
Baskets and baskets of goodies –valued up to $100 more! Baskets with items that quilters love! Everyone who attends the quilt show has a chance to win the basket of their choice! Can’t make up your mind? Want more than one chance? Not to worry, more tickets are available!
The baskets are assembled with items that have been donated by the guild, vendors, and individuals, local, national and international businesses. (see list below) There will be many wonderful quilted accessories and quilt-related items for your bidding pleasure! When you come to Quilt Tulsa 2014, you will receive a ticket for the Quilter’s Walk basket raffle in your guest bag. Check out all of the baskets on display, find one you can’t live without, write your name and phone number on the ticket, and deposit it in the container with the basket. If you can’t make up your mind, you can buy more tickets – maximize your chances to win! You can bid as many tickets as you wish on each item you’re interested in by depositing the tickets in a container assigned to that basket. Rather than going to the highest bidder as it would at a regular auction, the basket goes to the person whose ticket is drawn, at random, from the container. The more tickets you bid on an item, the better your chances to win!
If you wish to purchase additional tickets, you can buy 25 for $3 or 50 for $5. You only need to write your information down one time as the additional tickets are coded so we know who you are! You need not be present to win, although it is exciting to be there when the winners are drawn. The winning tickets will be drawn Saturday afternoon, June 7, 2014 at the quilt show. We will be posting the exact time as we get closer to the show.
Stop by the Quilter’s Walk basket raffle at Quilt Tulsa 2014!
You could go home with a basket of goodies!
THANK YOU to the following individuals and businesses whose generous donations made the basket walk possible:
American Quilter’s Society
Sidney Cobbs Baskets
The Cotton Cottage
The Flower Shop
The Gadget Girls
Hobbs Bonded Fibers
Linda’s Electric Quilter
The Log Cabin
Michael Miller Fabric
The Owl and Drum
Kathy Pursley and the Quilting Queens
Pyrm Consumer USA
Red Barn Quilting
Sewing Machines of Tulsa
Sulky of America
Tulsa Dolling Dames
Doc Wards Natural Living