Saturday, October 22, 2011

And the Sewing Summit Swag Winners Are ...

First, thank you for all of your great comments on my Lego bag/playmat. If you make one (or anything else inspired by something from my blog), consider adding a photo of it to my new Flickr group, Freshly Pieced Sewing. I love seeing what you all make!

But more importantly, let's draw some winners for the Sewing Summit swag!

Swag Package #1
The winner of the Olfa Precision Applique Scissors, the Seville quilt pattern from Allison of Cluck Cluck Sew, an Aurifil thread variety pack, and a fat quarter of Basic Shades Gray from Riley Blake is #162, Miranda, who said, "Awwww, how generous! Thanks for sharing!"

Swag Package #2
The winner of the Kona Cotton Charm Pack from Robert Kaufman, decorative twine from The Twinery, pillow patterns from Mod Kid, and a mini cutting board from Olfa is #47, Michele, who said, "Great swag! You're so sweet to share."

Congratulations, ladies! I'll be sending you an email for your address. And remember, my 12 Gifts of Christmas giveaway is still open! (As are all of the 12 Gifts of Christmas giveaways.) So don't forget to enter to win a $25 gift certificate from the Fat Quarter Shop.

4 comments:

L&M Creations said...

Congrats, ladies!

gill said...

Congratulations Miranda and Michele!!

├Žble said...

Congrats ladies! And thanks again Lee for the opportunity to win. It was really nice of you to share your swag.

Archie the wonder dog said...

Congratulations ladies - have fun!

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