Saturday, August 28, 2010
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Posted by Garilyn S at 4:21 PM
Monday, August 9, 2010
"In 2001 the band FORERUNNER was formed with a purpose of applying a message of Holiness threaded throughout the original God inspired lyrics blended with a solid musical progressive rock sound. Ryan Adkins, The lead vocalist and Lead guitarist, along with the band, stepped into the recording studio in the spring of 2002 intent upon laying down tracks that would be true to an era of simplicity and the solid sound of the live unhindered music. Twelve continuous hours of work spawned their first album entitled "Etched In Stone." This record is not the typical, but ten songs done virtually in one take, and some of which, mirroring the so called "long songs" of rock and rolls past at over seven minutes in length."
"The ministry of the group has spent time all across the state, and surrounding states, at youth functions, church services, and festivals pouring themselves out in obedience to God's call. The connection produced from the mixture of these two languages of theology and melody has experienced many transformed lives for the kingdom of God and many more to come."
Giveaway Details: One winner will receive an autographed copy of the Forerunner CD. The CD has 5 songs on it: Somebody's Watching You, Through the Eyes of Christ, Damascas Road, Perfect Heat, and Free. Open to US and Canada. Please leave your email in your comment if it is not easily found on your profile. Thanks!
Mandatory Entry: Visit the Forerunner site and tell me which song you like best.
After the mandatory entry, you may enter any of the following ways. (1 comment each, for a total of 3 possible entries each)
1. Be a public follower of Time to Sew blog.
2. Become a fan of Time to Sew on Facebook.
Giveaway will end at 11:59 PM EST, on August 19th.
**Disclaimer: I received no compensation for this giveaway. CD was provided by Forerunner. Also my husband is the rhythm guitarist :)
Posted by Garilyn S at 10:10 PM
I chose pinwheels (I had previously done barn raising ~ as you can see from the blog title photo).
Here is the layout before sewing the rows and columns together. Now to find a backing and get ready to quilt it. I've already decided how I want the quilting done. I got the idea from Tallgrass Prairie Studio.
Posted by Garilyn S at 9:35 PM