Well, it’s done. After much fiddling with spread sheets to keep everything organized and to give everyone their correct numbers of entries, and after weeding through duplicate comments and following up on rules to keep everything fair, I stuck the numbers into a random number generator, and with one click of a button (that part is So Easy!), the winner appeared.
There it is. The internal workings of the machine. I hope the winner really enjoys it and gets a lot of use out of it!
So, without further ado, the winner is:
Celeste in CA!
Celeste’s comment is #81 on the first page of comments, for those looking for her. (Use the “older comments” and “newer comments” links at the top of the comments list to move through the pages of comments.)
Congratulations, Celeste! Please contact me within 48 hours with your shipping address, so I can send that information along to Silhouette, and they will ship the machine directly to you.
Thanks to all for participating!
Coming up on Needle ‘n Thread: another new Hungarian folk design from Lilly, suitable not only for embroidery (its intended use) but also for paper crafts, card making, toll painting, and the like; a re-visit to the goldwork scissors I showed you in January (finally got to cut with them!); and some project updates – including something springy. I’m sure a few other things will pop up over the next week, too, so stick around!
Have a Magnificent Weekend!