GIVEAWAY: “Farm to Girl, Stitchin’ Post”

For a chance to win a FREE sampling of Farm to Girl skin-care products, tell me what color of flower would look best tucked behind your ear in the comments below. (My choice would be a red lily, or maybe a yellow rose, or maybe a pink peony or …) I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-October.


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  1. Anita Wheeler says:

    Anything in blue. It is my favorite color! Love your magazine! My happiest times were on the farm! Searching for a way to get back there!

  2. Linda Buchanan says:

    I would like a lavender rose tucked behind my ear!

  3. Joyce Hein says:

    I’d love a yellow rose tucked behind my ear, but I think a pink rose would look better 🙂

  4. Deb says:

    The roadside Primrose. It is humble and beautiful.

  5. sue carter says:

    An okra flower-pale yellow with a purple center- I love to see them before the pods start to grow. 🙂

  6. Linda Randall says:

    I have summer bleached blonde hair, and a bronze tan from working in my native pollinator garden and my vegetable garden. I would pick a Mexican Sunflower from my pollinator garden, as it vibrant orange petals with bright yellow center would show it vibrant colors even more tucked behind my ear. I would be delighted if a monarch would perch on the flower while tucked. The beauty product sounds amazing. Would love to trial the product.

  7. I always pick the biggest, most beautifuly sweet smelling Gardenia flower. I wear them when ever I come across them.

  8. Susan Taylor says:

    I would be wearing a black eyed susan!

  9. Elline says:

    I would wear a rose. However, my favorite flower is the Lantana – any color.

  10. Dashielle Hounshell says:

    Nothing fabulous! Just a simple white daisy.

  11. BarbaraJean Smith says:

    Ruby Begonia, what else???

  12. Cathy Guidry says:

    pink is always perfect

  13. Kristi Adams says:

    sunflower. Yellow is a happy color!

  14. Brenda Gaines says:

    My color of flower tucked behind my ear would have to be the yellow rose. I’m from Texas and my Husband buys yellow roses for me ,and says this is for my yellow rose of Texas girl.

  15. Brenda Gaines says:

    The flower tucked behind my ear would be the yellow rose. My husband buys me yellow roses and says this is for my yellow rose of Texas girl. I’m from Texas and living in Tennessee .

  16. debra santulli says:

    My favorite flower to tuck behind my ear would be a purple lilac!! Smells wonderful and was my grandmothers favorite flower!!!

  17. patrice says:

    The beautiful, creamy colored and wonderfully fragrant tea olive with a few of the deep green leaves would be great.

  18. Tara says:

    sunflower 🙂

  19. Leeza Perry says:

    Pink peony with babys breath tiny daisy chain

  20. linda gardner says:

    I would definitely recommend a sunflower. I love them and they help feed our wildlife as well. Dual purpose. I love lavender as well. Some many to chose from.

  21. Ann G says:

    A orange sunflower

  22. Vickie Stanger says:

    I would choose an old fashioned carnation. I especially love the red and white ones that have a cinnamon scent.

  23. susan barger says:

    I prefer a simple daisy – it reminds me of the fields that surrounded my house growing up.

  24. Sharon Roberts says:

    My favorite flower is white gladiolus. But that wouldn’t tuck behind an ear very well.. So I guess it would have to be a pink rose of Sharon like I wore behind my ear on my wedding day 35 years ago.

  25. Deb day says:

    Sunflower – glorious

  26. Fran Brooks says:

    Big blue or red, definitely!

  27. Melody Hingl says:

    I think I’d love to have a Beautiful, eye catching Stargazer Lily tucked behind my ear. It’s leads been my favorite flower and I’ve been watching them grow since I was a little gal!

  28. Candace Garner says:

    I would love a Stargazer Lily, the smell is so intoxicating and I love the Pink turning to white colors

  29. Shirlee Pilny says:

    A dark pink fire weed. I like the way the fire weed blooms throughout its’ season from the bottom to the top. When the last buds at the top bloom, the cold weather should arrive in approximately 6 weeks.

  30. Kandie Pieratt says:

    Red poppies

  31. Christy Wilkinson says:

    Yellow dandelions look fabulous with my red hair! And thanks to my 6 lovely children i am often adorned with these amazing flowers; unless it happens to get gobbled up on its way to me.

  32. Heidi says:

    My favorite flower is the Daffodil, but my favorite color is pink.

  33. Rhonda Bowdy says:

    Mine would be a purple tulip.

  34. Sheila Peachey says:

    Simple white daisy n a sprig of lavender

  35. Christine Robinson says:

    I would put a hot pink daisy behind my ear, it would go with the hot pink streaks I have put in for Breast cancer awareness month in memory of my Mom

  36. LeeAnn Johnson says:

    I love to wear a sprig of blue Hydrangea in my hair. I grow white, pink and blue but the blue are my favorite.

  37. Sharon says:

    Hello Mary Jane,

    The flower I would place behind my ear for sure would be a rose. I was named after the Rose of Sharon.

  38. peony’s, really any color are my absolute favorite!

  39. Benita says:

    Ohhh, as a holistic esthetician and Heart & Soul believer in fair trade, I am delighted to learn of these products.
    Who doesn’t love the beauty of a Rose 🌹but it would be the Sweet Pea I’d tuck behind my ear. As a child of an English mother, growing up in the desert of Phoenix, she would try and plant flowers…. it was only this delicate but obviously resilient flower that bloomed. They have such a special place in my heart and represent not only my mother’s effort to bring flowers to the baren desert but also the very nature of what I have come to believe A Woman is….

  40. Merry King says:

    Pink Cosmo

  41. Stacey Mitchell says:

    This is a hard. I love so many but if I really have to pick one, it would be the daffodil. Love those daffodils and that yellow color makes my day. Farm girl sister #6969

  42. Kourtney says:

    I’d pick a purpley-blue violet, my great grandma’s favorite.

  43. Kathie Kinney says:

    I would have to say my favorite flower has to be Lavender, I am not sure it would fit behind my ear but the fragrance would be gorgeous.

  44. Jan Jay says:

    I would love to win that apron! A pink hibiscus would look great behind my ear!
    I love your blog. I am on a very limited income so I cannot buy the Magazine! I do read it if get to B&November. Thanks for all you print.

  45. Melanie Gamlin says:

    I think a purple violet or a beautiful pink rose would look lovely behind my ear.

  46. Tami Cole says:

    any flower would work for me. Love them all!

  47. Charlyn Wetteland says:

    There is nothing more beautiful than a rose of any color behind ones ear! Maybe today it’s red but tomorrow it’s pink!

  48. laurell lane says:

    I feel the most striking color of flower to put behind that woman’s ear would be lemon yellow to accent the beauty in their skin. Maybe a small yellow gerbera would be the best accent.

  49. Phyllis Reding says:

    Any type of wildfower tucked behind my ear would be the perfect look for the day!

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