Saturday, 1 October 2011

Giveaway Winners

A very quick blog just to tell you that we've drawn the giveaway for one of my precious books. The winner is Jen Henley - well done.

Fiona's daughter Sophie picked our winners - we made a list from this blog and facebook and gave them all a number. Then Fiona's daughter Sophie, chose two numbers from the list, so it was all fair and square. As we had such a great response we're giving an extra prize of a Workshop on the Web subscription (or renewal if you already belong). That prize goes to Cat in Tassie. If Jen and Cat email me with snail mail addy for Jen and email addy for Cat I'll get it all sorted.

I am in a mad panic as I'm running late with my preparation for next week at the K&S. I am doing a couple of demos as we haven't got a stand, but I got a bit sidetracked by work for my new book.



This sample started me off down a new path and all I want to do is explore it. Ain't textiles exciting.


Heather said...

I love the sample for your new book Maggie - you are right about textiles being exciting. Congrats to the lucky winners - what treats!

gilby said...

Well done to the lucky winners.

marjolijn said...

Oh, yes, this looks really exciting. Can't wait to see more of it!
gr. Marjolijn

Gill said...

I wonder if lucky winner Cat lives anywhere near me in Meander - we could get together to do Workshop on the Web projects. I used to subscribe to WOW but am afraid that now I don't work (and have time on my hands) my bit of pocket money no longer exists!! Gill

Wabbit said...

Congrats to the winners! Everything you do seems exciting to me, Maggie! I hope the hands are feeling back to normal.

I've been taking a class on traditional American pieced quilting recently. Doing traditional style work always gives me urges to go all "Maggie Grey" on it and shake it up in some transformative way. So I've been thinking about you! ;-))

As for the poor mousie, damp cloth or kitchen paper, wiping away from any indentations or places where jam could get um, jammed.