Saturday, 1 March 2014

Sew Grateful Pattern Give-away Winner is...


Thank you to everyone who entered and left a comment on the Sew Grateful Give-away post. There were twelve peeps who are entered. Nikasha asked not to be entered so I did not count her comment as one of the entries.

The winner is... wait, in order to avoid any confusion I won't be using the Random number generator.


Instead, I'm going to throw everyone's name into a toque (that's Canadian for hat).


Give it a good shake.


And the winner is...


It is Macskakat, or Kat who blogs over at Modern Vintage Cupcakes and who appears to live in a much warmer place than here (did I mention that we're having an extreme windchill of minus forty-four tonight?). So this dress pattern should be perfect for a New Zealand local.

Congratulations Kat!

And that concludes the Sew Grateful Week festivities over here. Hope you had a great week! Thanks to Debi over at My Happy Sewing Place for hosting the events and organizing the links to everyone's give-aways and good reads. Until next year...

Happy Sewing!  

8 comments:

  1. Congrats!!! Giveaways are so fun!!! I just pulled B5891 out since I'm sure which fabrics I want to use now.

    Silly silly cold. I'm over it!

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    1. I'm so over the cold too. And wearing long johns and pants. I want to wear dresses again and my B5891 (I made mine in cotton and it is too cold to wear now). I hope you enjoy sewing the pattern as much as I did. What fabrics are you going to use?

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  2. Congratulations Kat! And thank you for hosting this giveaway ;)

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    1. Your welcome, it was pleasure to find a good home for the pattern.

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  3. Yay!! Oh, how exciting!! I love this pattern, it's so cute. :-) Looking forward to making it up! :-)

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  4. Congrats to Kat! I am so ready for spring, it's not even funny!!!!

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    1. I hear ya! I just thrilled that it is suppose to warm up to near normal temperatures later this week. Not quite dress wearing weather but it seems hopeful at least.

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