Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Lighting Giveaway

Good lighting is a very important factor if you're a crafty person, whether you are into quilting, stitchery or even drawing. I'm very lucky; I have my sewing machine set up in the dining room in front of two very large windows, and I get good daylight for most of the day (though not so much today apparently). Unfortunately, others don't have this luxury.



To solve this problem I'm having a giveaway! Buyster Lighting have generously offered a $100 gift voucher for one of my readers to select the lighting product that best works for them. They have a huge range of products to choose from, so there is something to suit everyone.

So here's the deal. To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment for this post. But please note, this giveaway is only open to Australian readers, as Buyster only ship within Australia. So send all your fellow Aussie bloggers this way! The giveaway closes next Wednesday the 11th November at 3pm. I'll be drawing the winner, who I will then put in touch with the lovely people at Buyster. Good luck!
This giveaway in now closed; the winner is Renee :-)

7 comments:

willywagtail said...

I already have a good light over my sewing machine but I think it is also important to have one where you cut and match your fabrics because noght light often gives the wrong impression about colour. Cherrie

Chookyblue...... said...

looks like you have a lovely spot to sit and sew.
I had to change the bulbs in my dining lights to cool/day lights instead of the dull warm ones..........much better.......when fiddling with something small I would like a bit more light but it is pretty good.

chook said...

Your sewing spot loooks so nice and bright
I sew in a room under our house with no natural light
it works ok but some more light would be nice
hugs Beth

debbie said...

I find it really hard to hand stitch as my eyes seem to be failing me. I would love to be in the running for this very generous giveaway.

Jennifer said...

Natural light is best but isn't always possible, as we know. Good lighting makes such a difference to any task!

Renee said...

I do enjoy daylight savings as it means I can sew into the evening with more natural light, but it can be a struggle in the depths of winter!

Your sewing spot looks lovely - so much space! I am jealous!

Kerry said...

Love your sister's birthday quilt! What a great giveaway!