Monday, April 10, 2017

#1000NamesWins......Eddycrest Sewing Furniture.....Naming Contest!!!

When I say this is Big....I am not kidding.....but how Big? That depends purely upon all of you!!!!
You control the level of prizes in this contest!!! Intrigued?
I'll explain in a minute, but first, let me tell you a little bit about 

@eddy crest.furniture
I first became aware of Eddycrest Sewing Furniture while on a shop hop here in Ontario, Canada. 
It was love at first sight, when I saw the sewing table set up in Country Patchworks 
but I wasn't ready to purchase at the time, because I was still saving for my longarm.
Fast forward a few years and again on the same shop hop, with my husband this time, who is my rock and supports my quilting hobby 100 percent. He also is so much better about spending money on me then I am. Why is it that women feel guilty.... even now that my kids are full grown... I still struggle with spending larger amounts of money 
on things that are "just for me".....
My husband calls them "investment pieces", Happy Wife, Happy Life, lol
and asks me...will they be used, will they make things easier, 
will they last...yes, yes and yes!!!
He's the best, and so right! (don't tell him I said that, 😉)

Ok...back to the original post.....

Left: Short Right                                  Right: Standard

We ended up going back and taking an Eddycrest shop tour....and let me tell you, it's impressive!
Starting with the C.N.C. machine that cuts out each blank sheet of baltic birch






The sewing tables are then routered, sanded and branded by the talented Eddycrest team



The Top Secret finishing process comes next and let me tell you it is smooth!!
(no pictures of that though...lol)

Then the tables are assembled and ready to ship to all us happy customers!! 





You can see in the first picture I ended up buying a Short Right and a Standard....I'll share more pictures and my experience (all good) in another post, being as this is probably going to be my longest post to date, and you are probably anxious to get to the contest......

And I bet by now you are also wondering what the big surprise is.......
or maybe you skipped to the bottom, lol 

Well the Eddycrest team is expanding their product line to include another sewing table size...
It's just perfect for a small room sewer, compact in size, but with the same quality and craftsmanship that Eddycrest puts into all their products......
And
They are having a hard time coming up with a name.....
They've been calling it, 
the Basic Sewing Centre work table that is ergonomic and stores just a little bit, but looks and feels "Real Nice"

As you can image that is quite a mouth full....that's where you all come in....
They have decided to have a naming contest, 
so get your thinking caps on and come up with your best idea! 
This is not a random draw type of contest, best name wins, chosen by the Eddycrest team...
 but there is a catch.....

It's a 3 tiered contest:

Level 1:
If 50 of you lovelies submit your name ideas
The Eddycrest team will award the naming winner with a 40" Quilt Mount with white finish
Valued at $70 Can.

click on picture to be taken to a video on how the quilt mount works


But......

Level 2:
If 500 of you amazing readers submit your name ideas
The Eddycrest team will up the ante and the top prize will become a shelving unit 
(sorry fabric not included)! 
Valued at $400 Can.
And the Second place winner will receive the Quilt Mount



And if that wasn't good enough....



Level 3:
Here it is the top prize, if 1000 of you totally awesome followers and friends submit your name ideas (spread the word)
The Eddycrest team is generously awarding the winning name's submitter with.....
Their very own model of the new desk they just named!! How awesome is that!!!
And the Second runner up receives the Shelf Unit 
And the Third runner up receives the Quilt Mount

Valued at $950 Can.

And I know right about now, some of you are wondering.....is this contest open outside of Canada.....


YES!!!! 
Isn't that Fantastic!!
Open to all!!

And if that wasn't awesome enough....
A few of my other Blog Sponsors 
have generously donated more prizes
So if your name wasn't chosen.....
You still could win in the random draw for these 3 amazing prizes...

@fabricplease

is sweetening the pot with this offer for one lucky random winner
Level 1
 Charm Pack of Joel Dewberry's Modernist
or
Level 2
 Layer Cake of Joel Dewberry's Modernist
or
Level 3
Layer Cake of Joel Dewberry's Modernist + 3 yards winners choice from Modernist line 
(must choose in stock yardage)



@madaboutpatchwork
Level 1
$10.00 Gift Certificate
or
Level 2 
$20.00 GC
or 
Level 3
$40.00 GC



Level 1
$25.00 Gift Certificate
or
Level 2 
$50.00 GC
or
Level 3
$75.00 GC




So here is what you have to do......
You knew you would have to do something, 😉



I tried to keep it really simple...so share via social media, on FB share original post with blog link
IG share any Contest post with #1000NamesWins 
And if you have multiple name ideas....share one name per comment....so we'll all know when we reach that 1000 names goal!!

 Let's get to a 1000+ name submissions and max out these prizes!!

but, do stop by the links I provided to the sponsors and look around and share some love or stop by their social media sites and say thanks.....

If you are a non reply blogger, please please please leave an email address....I sure would hate for you to loose out because I can't find you

To add your name for submission, click on the comments link below! 

There have been a few comments that haven't made it through...I've checked all my settings and am not sure what is happening. If for some reason you comment doesn't post, email me directly....but try the comment link first! Thanks. Trying to keep all the names in one place. 

upstairshobbyroom at gmail dot com
Thanks Everyone

























119 comments:

Nancy J said...

What a give-away. That furniture looks amazing, we don't have it down here as far as I know. The name for the new model...
" Sew Petite"
is my suggestion. We are definitely in Autumn here, fire is lit in the early morning, I need an extra light when sewing, and look at spring bulbs up North , thinking your snow might all soon be over.

Little Quiltsong said...

I'm definitely not good at naming things - but "Little Tyke" comes to mind :)! These sewing desks look wonderful!

Anonymous said...

"Fitz" EFane1024@rogers.com

PegP said...

It's "Just right" for a small space.

Sharon Tucker said...

"Compact Starter" these are beautiful work stations...I hope over 1000 people participate!!

Lynda said...

expandable mini

jo said...

Petite Eddy

Allison CB said...

Seaming Dreaming :) mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

Brenda said...

Short n' Sweet

Allison CB said...

I shared on Facdebook and instagram (mumbird3)

Deanna W said...

They do have beautiful cabinets. I saw them on a shop hop too years ago. Thought I would get one some day...that day hasn't come yet. I keep acquiring vintage machines instead and they have cabinets.

judys said...

Compact sewing table.

Genee' Davis said...

My sweet sewing space! Perfection!❤❤

Ioleen Kimmel said...

Small and Mighty.

Ioleen Kimmel said...

Shared on Instagram and Facebook.

Maureen T said...

"My sewing table" great give away. Thanks!

Canadian Country Mama said...

Elementary :)

Sabrina van Ginkel said...

Sew Comfortable would be my name choice.

Tamara Isaacs-Smith said...

"Sew Compact"

Stitchin At Home said...

I am terrible at names but here is my suggestion. 'Sew Baby'

Jenny Brown said...

How about Mini Right? It goes with your current naming strategy.

Linda said...

Sew sweet sewing table!

Melanie Belisle said...

Creative Corner Sewing Cabinet

linynp said...

Omg the furniture is stunning! The name Pixie jumped right into my head.

Karen Steen said...

Wee Eddy!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

"All You Need" cabinet!

Lynne Tilley said...

Quintessential Quilting Table

Martina wood said...

Sew 'n Stow is my suggestion.
I dislike this interface!

Cindy Chute said...

Sew Easy! Because that is what Adam does for us, he makes it so easy to quilt!

Liz Childers said...

The Studio

Karen Steen said...

Lil Eddy

Anonymous said...

The Hobbycrest

Kris said...

The Ergo Mainstay
having fun with a little play on words ergo...the backbone of the line!

KaHolly said...

Sew Right

Mary O. said...

"The Deb" named after Deb Eddy.
Beautiful furniture! okruhlik6(at)aol(dot)com

Nancy in IN said...

Sew Tight

Lisa Crowley said...
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Lisa Crowley said...

"Wing Man" because everyone needs a wing man!😉

Connie Jock said...

I would like to suggest the name "The Perfect Compact"

Sandy W said...

Deanna, you didn't leave a name? You must have one! Give it a shot!!

Claudia said...

Love this! I think it needs a fancy name"Eddy's Sew Affair". It is definetly not a mundane unit.

Lace Faerie said...

I like the name Dunsany after the small hamlet in Ireland. Hamlet being being a small town.

anna brown said...

Mama's home. .. love it... happyness04431@yahoo.com

Gail Anderson said...

Eddy's Easy Elevator: Up and down so easy! gail.anderson@gmail.com

Lisa R. said...

My suggestion, the Ergoeconomic
lisaredmond@gmail.com

Liz Bess said...

The perfect size sewing center, is my name for the new table! thanks for the email, about my comment going missing!

delaineelliott said...

How about "The Compact Sewing Station". Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link

Sandy W said...

Thanks everyone for being a part of this naming contest!! Please spread the word...lets get to 1000 entries!!

Laura said...

My idea is Sew Practical. I am in BC and have one of the Eddycrest tables and it is wonderful.

Gwen Brewer said...

Hide away - this is a great name for this new sewing table. Hope this one wins.
Thanks
Gwen

Anonymous said...

Cutie Pie.
patcastonnguay@yahoo.ca

wmv said...

Basic Eddy
Wandav28@yahoo.com

Jennifer Scantlebury Vienneau said...

I think the "Nice and Neat" works well as a name for this piece. It ties in with what they have been calling their newest product and it describes the unit well. Lovely, lovely pieces! Now I covet them all.....

Anonymous said...

Doris Adams

dhladams@gmail.com

SEW SMALL is my name submission.

Eddycrest furniture is awesome! I am fortunate to be enjoying using two pieces. Good luck to everyone.

Anonymous said...

What a great give away!

Anonymous said...

E.C Junior
amberlye@hotmail.com

Marilyn Kroes said...

CANUCK150
Why not name after Canada's birthday

Kroesmarilyn@live.com

Cousin Janice from Ottawa :) said...

I'm going for "Baby Baltic", and you can catch me at janice Henderson underscore 1999@hotmail.com (with no spaces)

Linda said...

Commenting again! Sew sweet sewing table!

Mary said...

Little one

Holly S said...

Small but/and Mighty
The Just Right
Sewing and Store Mini

hasloat@gmail.com

Susan said...

I would just call it the Basic Sewing Center.

Geri VanVliet said...

Dream Angel

Jo said...

'The compact' or 'The baby Eddy' are my suggestions.

Anita said...

Just Perfect!

Michele T said...

I've spotted some great names!! My suggestion: Sewoasis

Faye Gareau said...

Beautiful sewing desks! My name uggestion: Spartan.

✄ Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy ✄ said...

These are gorgeous tables! my name suggestion is The Compact Crest. ��

Kirstin said...

I think it should be named: "just right"

Deanna said...

In honour of the maker, I'd go with Eddy.

JANET said...

How about "Tinkerbell"? It's small, but still mighty!

S Nicol said...

The Compact Sewing Desk.

mindi said...

Wow great furniture! Thanks for the virtual tour. And great prizes too! How about calling the littlest newbie....Edwina. :)

Mara said...

"NOT the dining room table" lol, not really any shorter, but they seem to like basic names, Standard, short right, etc. So maybe just "Basic"

Amanda said...

How about Space Saver?

Shannon Silver said...

Sew Simple

Shannon Silver said...

Sew Easy

Shannon Silver said...

Simple Silhouette

Shannon Silver said...

Sew Streamlined

Kristine said...

Edwina

Kristine said...

The Little Table That Could

Kristine said...

Woodie

Kristine said...

Groot

Kristine said...

Chester

Donna said...

Back Saver Sewing System

What an ergonomic way to sew! Looks like a quality product.

quilter said...

Sewing Station
cork@pa.rr.com

Heather J said...

Well, I am not a wordsmith, however, Sew Cute or Wee Sew-Ins are my suggestions. Great giveaway.

Kristine said...

Baby Groot

Kristine said...

Made for an apartment table

Kristine said...

Space saver

Kristine said...

Good things come in small tables

Kristine said...

Mcguyver edition

Kristine said...

Bountiful bitty

Kristine said...

Baby bear edition (fits just right like goldilocks and the 3 bears)

Kristine said...

Perfect as porridge

Kristine said...

Trim and fit

Kristine said...

Munchkin

Kristine said...

City dweller

Kristine said...

Sewcial lite

Kristine said...

Happy helper

Kristine said...

Tried and true

Kristine said...

The middle child table

Kristine said...

Ole reliable

Kristine said...

Midway

Kristine said...

Goldilocks edition

Kristine said...

Sew Urban

Kristine said...

Guest room edition

Kristine said...

Perfectly petite

Kristine said...

Perfectly prim

fenna said...

Superb Sewing Station

Anonymous said...


Doris Adams

dhladams@gmail.com

Not sure if permitted to make another suggestion, but will any way!

SMALL SPACES ...seems fitting!



Kristine said...

Meet my mother table

Kristine said...

Better than the kitchen table table

Kristine said...

Happy medium

Kristine said...

PH balanced/PH neutral

Kristine said...

The people's table

Kristine said...

Universal edition

Kristine said...

Modern mesita

Kristine said...

Magnificent mesita