Quilting and Stuff by Knitnoid

Giveaway Winners!

Last week, I announced that I’d be giving away two sets of Red, white & blue F8s, plus a red & blue stiletto.

But due to the length of the post, about 1/3 of the comments ended up on the previous post announcing the blog hop.  By the time I figured out what was going on, I decided I would figure something out by tonight.  And I have.

I’ve decided to do THREE giveaways.  The third winner will also get Red, white & blue F8s, plus a  stiletto.

I picked two numbers between 1 – 69, inclusive, from the comments on this post.

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Timestamp: 2012-07-17 04:34:36 UTC

#11 is evelyn  – who said

Thanks for sharing how you created your block. It is wonderful. The whole quilt would be lovely.

#3 is Lisa Marie who said

Yes, I have changed seam lines. I also sometimes convert patterns written for traditional piecing or templates into paper pieced patterns. I used to do this with graph paper but now I use EQ and love that you can easily re-size blocks. Your block is lovely, thanks for sharing!

And for the third giveaway I picked one number between 1 – 33, inclusive, on this post.

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Timestamp: 2012-07-17 04:35:23 UTC

#29 is Kate who said

Love the quilt you came up with. Thanks for sharing your thought process, I always find if fun to see how the final design evolves. I have changed seam lines to make a block easier to piece.

I’ve sent e-mails to the ladies and as soon as I get their addresses I’ll get the fabric and stilettos in the mail.

3 Thoughts on “Giveaway Winners!

  1. evelyn on July 17, 2012 at 8:54 am said:

    Oh, thank you Pam. I can’t believe I won. Your block is one of my favorites .You are so creative. I am going to try and copy it. I have sent you an email with my address.

  2. Thank you Pam. I loved your block and the process you used to come up with a quilt design. Sorry my comment was in that one third on the wrong post. Not sure how that happened.

  3. It’s not your fault — it a combination of blog design made worse by a lengthy post. By the time I saw it happening, it was 2 to 1 hitting the other post — something that continued through out the day. So, I decided to do the third giveaway instead of excluding 1/3 of my commenters.

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