Saturday, December 8, 2012

SMS Giveaway Day Winner!

First of all, I want to thank everyone who visited my little blog during the SMS giveaway!  I am amazed at the response.  I had so many wonderful comments.  And so many of you said such kind things about my projects.  It really made my day.  It took me awhile to choose a winner because I wanted to respond to everyone who commented.  If I missed you, I'm sorry.  I really tried, but yahoo has been giving me fits lately.  Know that I really appreciate you.  And those of you who decided to follow my quilting and crafting adventures, I hope that you find something fun or useful here as time goes on.

Several of you commented on my 1-hour tote tutorial.  It really is my go-to bag pattern.  I use it all the time.  In fact, I've made 3 of them in the past week.  It doesn't always take an hour, but never yet has it taken 2 hours, and that's a good thing.  It's very versatile.  The most recent ones I've made are the market bag version (without batting or quilting, and with a little velcro string so you can roll it up and tie it and put it in your purse.)  Sometimes, I make them just a little smaller, so they are more like book bags.  I still use the very first one I made almost every day.  If you make one, please be sure and share a picture with me.  I'd love to see it.

And now, without further ado, we'll let Mr. RNG choose a winner.

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38.  Elena, December 3, 2012 11:38 am
 Great! I really like this other giveaway:

Congratulations, Elena.  I'm off to send you an email and package up your goodies.

Sadly, it appears that Elena is a no-reply blogger...  I'm so sorry, but as per the original post, I will immediately choose a new winner.  I'm heading back to see Mr. RNG... 

Who chose

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111.  Katy  December 3, 2012  4:23 PM
I've not seen that many giveaways yet. So i went to have a look at your 2012 finishes. I really liked your Wizard of Oz quilt, but the biggest smile came when I saw the photo of what had to be one of your smallest projects - the Prince Charming needlebook. I love that fussy cutting!

Again, many thanks to everyone who entered.  I wish I had a prize for each of you!

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