Aurifil & Anna Maria Horner contest

Enter the exclusive contest
Aurifil & Anna Maria Horner!

Sign up for a PREMIUM paper subscription

between November 20th-29th

and enter the contest to win

a limited Edition set of AURIFIL threads

designed by Anna Maria Horner

valued at $185 USD

Hindsight by Anna Maria Horner was released in collaboration with Aurifil Fall of 2019. This set includes Anna Maria’s go-to threads for appliqué, machine sewing, and hand-quilting. 

The full set includes:

  • Custom designed cardboard exterior box featuring Honorable Mention from Hindsight
  • Mini Collection: 5 Small Spools 50wt 
  • Mini Collection: 3 Large Spools 50wt 
  • Mini Collection: 5 Small Spools 80wt 
  • Mini Collection: 6 Large Spools 12wt 

Why becoming a Premium subscriber?

Fan of traditional, vintage and modern quilting? Why choose?
With the PREMIUM subscription, there’s three times more fun. Receive all three magazines magazines — Quiltmania, Simply Vintage and Simply Moderne — and enjoy many benefits!

  • Save money: Enjoy over 35% OFF compared to the purchase of your magazines individually.
  • Your 14 magazines are shipped directly to your home – ensuring you never miss out any issue.
  • Receive FREE digital access to our magazine with your paper subscription!
  • EXTRA BONUS: Receive 2 exclusive gifts: 1 kit to make a Wonderfil card holder and 1 set of 20 PieceMakers quilting needles!

Enter for a Chance to Win:

All you need to do to enter the Anna Maria Horner Giveaway is subscribe to a PREMIUM subscription (physical paper version) between November 20th and 29th, 2020 by Internet or by phone by calling us at (888) 365-7377.

You will be automatically entered with your subscription, and a winner will be drawn at random on December 1st.

Good luck!

View the full giveaway rules HERE

Follow Anna Maria Horner
on her website: www.annamariahorner.com
on Instagram : @annamariahorner

Many thanks to our partner AURIFIL:

Aurifil

Follow Aurifil on Internet and on Instagram: @AurifilThread

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