Winners!


Posted on December 1st, by Amy in Uncategorized. 4 comments

Trish is the charm pack winner!

Debbie is the winner of Unstoppable in Stilettos!

If you get here first ladies, feel free to email me your mailing address.

I’m excited about how much money was raised via {Modern} Relief. Thank you to all of you who donated!

I believe a list of winners will be available here soon.  Check back often!

I was able to work on my table runners for a bit yesterday, randomly sewing pieces together is really fun!  I’m hoping for more time today.  Good luck to all of you getting to your projects today!

Amy





4 thoughts on “Winners!

  1. 1
    Lindsay says:

    Congrats to Trish and Debbie!! It’s a great cause to donate to, so I am not surprised that the goal was surpassed! Great job for all of you who contributed the awesome quilts!!

  2. 2
    trish says:

    Yippee Yippee Yippee!!! :o) Thank you so much! I just love the idea of one thing per week and am posting about my progress today.
    Thank you again Amy! You just made my day!!
    Sincerely – Trish

  3. 3

    Congratulations to the winnners and still looking forward to sharing my one week one thing later!!

  4. 4
    CJ says:

    Congratulations, ladies! The ONE WEEK ONE CHALLENGE was fun!

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