Sunday, 30 September 2012

Cushion pattern winner and Craft Olympics

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to leave a comment.

The winner of the Gingerbread man Cushion is Margaret who lives in Spain. I have decided that we should also have an Australian winner, and that is Dzintra.

However, Melanie, Shez, Hanne, Tatyana and Mama Bear  will receive a little gift. I am part of the Craft Olympics, hosted by Melanie.  And I have made something new as part of that.  I have written up a pattern for it and painted some buttons, so each of you will receive one of these instead.

Please email me your addresses. I will be away for a couple of days, so will not be able to post out the patterns until the end of the week.


 
 
 
 
These are 5 " in size and there are a few different ones and they have different buttons as well.-- eg pudding, stocking, tree etc.
 
 
If anyone is interested in joining the Craft Olympics, have a look at Melanie's blog  for details. It is  www.houseelf-doings.blogspot.com.au
 
Enjoy the rest of the long weekend ( here in Australia).


8 comments:

Annik-Snor said...

You have made very nice things, you are clever making your own patterns

Tatkis said...

Woooohoooo, adorable little hangings!
I'd be happy to receive your pattern (especially with painted button!)
Thank you, Yvonne!

Hugs,
Tatyana

Radka said...

Both are very nice wall hangings, I love the top one:-)

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Oh Yvonne how exciting...thank you so very very much...I haven't been around much in Blogland..I've got my little grandson here and he is keeping me hopping...along with JoJo! Email coming xo

Hanne said...

Thank you Yvonne - you are so generous :-)

Houseelf said...

Congrats to the winners. Thank you so much Yvonne for your generosity. That is incredibly kind of you. Your designs are so cute!

shez said...

thankyou so much Yvonne,i will take the stitchery on holidays with me,what a lovely person you are.xx

O'faigh said...

Hello Yvonne, gorgeous little quilts....great project for Christmas...Warm Regards, O'faigh