Friday, December 16, 2011

Giveaway Day Winner!

How awesome was Giveaway Day?!  I didn't get around to nearly as many places as I'd like to have, but it sure was fun watching the comments come in here and reading about what you might do to change how you celebrate the holidays.  

Many of the responses came down to having family together and spending more time with family.  There were also a lot of people wishing they'd started their Christmas projects sooner, as well as some who would like to have a more handmade Christmas.  Others would focus more on charity.  All very good things!

I feel a bit shallow in the fact that I was wishing I could hire someone to decorate for me (and un-decorate when it's over).  Oh well...keeping it real!
The winner of the vintage fabric and "Pieces of Time" 2012 calendar is......

#21 - Kirie, who blogs at Shape Moth!

Congratulations, Kirie!  Look for an email from me, and please respond with your mailing address, so I can send your sweet package to you right away!

I visited Kirie's blog, and there are oh-so-many pretty things there!  She even sells her own paper piecing patterns, like this one:
Shape Moth Fawn Deer PP Pattern
Isn't that just the cutest thing?  I love it!

Thank you ALL so much for entering my little giveaway.  I hope you had fun!  I know I did, and I look forward to visiting many of your blogs in the weeks to come!


Unknown said...

Congrats Kirie on your win! Enjoy!

Sarah Craig said...

Don't feel bad about wanting to hire someone to decorate and un-decorate for you - there's only so many hours in the holiday season, and anything you can do to stretch them a little is good for me!

Elizabeth said...

Congratulations to Kirie! That deer pattern is really cute. I'm going to have to check her out!

Thanks for a great giveaway.

xo -E

P.S. You are totally not shallow. Wanting to hire someone to do the decorating, undecorating, cooking and cleaning is probably universal.

Shay said...

Congratulations Kirie!

Thanks for hosting and the chance to participate P!

Michelle said...

Many congrats to Kirie! :-)