You are a winner!

Thank so much, everyone of you, for entering my blogiversary giveaway, and for all your sweet comments! Such a wonderful feeling to have a whole pack of sisters out there who think like I do, have similar interests, and share an appreciation for similar things.

I utilized our trusty friend the Random Number Generator to pick the winner.

When I was making this little mini, I wanted to embroider a saying that moved around the block. I wanted it to have something to do with friendship. But I was drawing a blank. So I went to our other friend Google, and searched for friendship quotes. I only needed four words. That search helped, but I still kept coming back to this cute wall hanging I got from my BFF Tami a couple years ago. (she lives in Colorado so I don’t see her too often anymore)

I hadn’t done any embroidery in a couple years, so I was happy to dig out my reference books. I highly recommend having at least one embroidery book on hand if you need some good tips, examples, and eye candy.

(Doodle Stitching by Aimie Ray, Kids Embroidery by Kristin Nicholas, and Colorful Stitchery by Kristin Nicholas)

Thank you again everyone for entering my giveaway and continuing to visit my blog and leave such nice comments. I always love the positive feedback, and appreciate your friendship! Here’s to another 300 posts!

10 thoughts on “You are a winner!

  1. I guess I missed your blogiversary post while I was out of town. Congratulations on 300 posts! I can’t even imagine. I truly enjoy and appreciate your online friendship and quilty inspiration. Here’s to another 300, indeed!

  2. Yay!! I’m so excited. I really hate to embroider, so I can truly appreciate something that’s embroidered!! Thanks for this awesome giveaway!!

  3. Dear Terri, how fun to see you emboider! I guess you know by now i am a huge fan of emboidery. 🙂
    Congrats to Emily! That quilt is really gorgeous. 🙂 Have a lovely merry happy week and love to yoU!

  4. She’s a lucky gal, that Emily. I totally agree with you about reference books…I have a growing stack of them for when I need to sit and read about techniques, I don’t necessarily like staring at a computer screen all the time. 🙂

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