For this give-away, which I announced Monday to celebrate Needle ‘n Thread’s 3rd Anniversary, I’ve selected three winners, who will receive a nice little package of needlework supplies!
Each package will contain a selection of embroidery threads, some accessories, and a few little embellishments. I’m pretty sure the winners will like them!
Each winner needs to contact me with a mailing address, so that I can put the goods in the mail. However, since I’m going out of town tomorrow for vacation, the packages probably will not be mailed until I return. (Sorry!)
Without further ado, the winners of the Needle ‘n Thread Third Anniversary Give-Away are:
Pierette (Love to Stitch 99)
Agne (who I believe is in Lithuania!)
Haley Shurtleff (which works out well, because she’s a college student, and we all know what college students’ budgets look like…!)
Congratulations, you winners, you! Please don’t forget to contact me with your mailing address!
Now, for the nitty-gritty! Tomorrow, I’m off! But don’t forget to check the website each day for several interesting articles that are coming up – among them, an aquatic sampler that will have you just bedazzled by the colors and stitching, a hand-embroidered coif (for you historical embroidery buffs), some first-hand discussion on stitching your way into a successful Etsy shop experience, a tutorial on a form of Indian embroidery, a beautiful quilt made by a grandmother and featuring one of the patterns here on Needle ‘n Thread, a tutorial (from me) on mitering corners for finish work, several really nice free online book links, a new silk resource, finished photos of the pall, a review of a goldwork kit perfect for beginners (yes, well… I couldn’t resist buying it, so I thought I better show it to you), and … well, I’m HOPING to give you some updates of my journey and any stitchery shops along the way, but that depends a lot on hotel internet connections!
So, see, I won’t be abandoning you! I’ll do my best to keep comments moderated, but chances are, I won’t be able to answer too much e-mail!
Wishing you the best in the next couple weeks! Keep stitching!