Thursday, February 14, 2013

Offered: Triangle Friendship Shawl #2 by Adriane Ceallaigh


What You Are Bidding On:

You are bidding on a hand crocheted shawl made from acrylic yarn like the one pictured. It's perfect to keep you warm while your reading or writing a book. Or if you like, save it and give it to a special friend. No evil writers were killed in the making of this shawl...only slightly singed.

Minimum Bid: 

$5

Geographical Restrictions: 

US & Canada Only

Bio:

Adriane Ceallaigh has been writing fiction since her early teens. Her first novel was recently published by Drakken Press. To find out more about her and her work, visit her or email her at: www.adrianeceallaigh.com author@adrianeceallaigh.com

How to Bid:

In the comment section, leave a message with the amount you are bidding. We ask that you pledge in whole dollar increments ($1, $5, etc), and in US funds. Remember to only bid what you'll be able to commit to.

Bidding is open until February 25, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. PST (8:00 p.m. EST) so check back on your favorite auctions and bid often!

When the auction has closed, we'll email you about your winning status. We ask that you donate directly to Crestline Elementary (payment options will be forwarded) and send us the receipt as verification. If we haven't heard back from you within forty-eight hours, we'll send one more email (check your spam folders) and if nothing is heard twenty-four hours after that, we'll move to the next highest bidder.

1 comment:

  1. I could use a shawl for when I drink my evil tea $20

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