Thursday, April 3, 2014

Flags on a Stick Blog Hop Winner

Another fun filled blog hop, draws to an end!  What fun this was. We saw so many wonderful ways to show off our yards this year. Hope you all enjoyed it as much as I have! Thanks to all, who advised me on how to get around the "no more holes" rule on my new siding!  I am thrilled to know I can soon dress up my place too!   Flags on a stick has a suction cup holder!  Eureka!  Now that's perfect. I am also on the lookout for the clips that go into the siding grooves. Who knew!  Oh, that would be you. This is why we share on these blog hops!  I love it!

Random.org helped me pick a winner for my hand dye fabric....


That winner is #66... Soma, that is you!  :-)  

Hahaha.. LOVE the moose!! The circle quilting looks amazing on that fabric!


I have sent and email for your mailing address, and promise to put it in the mail right away!  :-)

For those who think they too are late for posting comments... Well there were 67 who commented on this post and Soma was second to the last. It's just never too late to tell us how you feel!  :-)  CONGRATS to Soma!

Thanks again to Madame Samm and Thearica for all the work they have put into this wonderful hop! We just can't tell you both enough, just how much you mean to us!

Happy Stitchin
;-)


7 comments:

  1. Congratulations to the winner and thank you for hosting.

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  2. Soma, congrats. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the fabric.

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  3. Congratulations Soma on winning such a lovely prize.

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  4. Congratulations to lucky Soma!! Thank you for participating in the blog hop and hosting this wonderful giveaway!

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  5. Way to go Soma....I know you are going to create something fabulous with this fabric, no pressure now LOL,

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  6. Happy winner!
    And sounds like you are happy too with all the new found knowledge.

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  7. Haha...I am always the late comer at the party. Didn't see this post until today either!! Thank you so very very much for the fabric. I really need to think of making something special to do this beautiful fabric justice :)

    -Soma

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