Thursday, October 2, 2014

And the winner is. . .

Today is the day to announce who wins the lovely Michael Miller Cotton Couture fat eight bundle. Just a little reminder, here is what was up for grabs:

I also want to thank everyone for their well wishes, kind comments and thoughts regarding what this bundle might best be cut up and made into. There were many fabulous ideas, the overwhelming majority of you said baby quilt. I also want to welcome my new followers!

OK, here it is, I went to that random generator doohiggy ;) at and put in the numbers: 1-71 and the winner is: Number 70, Charlotte over at Grammie Q's! Here is Charlotte's comment:

"Congrats on your 100th post. Those look like Easter egg colors to me. So maybe a springtime Easter kind of quilt?"

When my husband saw these fabrics for the first time, his response was "What are you going to do with those Easter egg fabrics??" :) Charlotte, I can't wait to see what you come up with! I have sent you an email and will send these out post haste! ;)

I don't think there is a way to copy that free widget to post the result on my blog. . . and if there is - it is beyond my IT skills LOL Oh, and if you know a trick - please share!! 

I am working on my post to share my crochet (yes, you read that right) finish and will post later today. Come back and meet my niece and see my little side venture into crochet! 

Thank you again to all who commented and to all of my followers - old (OK, really, it's not even been a year, how old can my followers really be! haha) and new! I appreciate each and every one of you, your comments, your visits and all of the great input I have gotten over the past 9 months. It's been quite a ride so far, I can't wait for the next 100 posts!! 

Until next time, keep on quilting!!
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1 comment:

  1. I use the "print screen" key on my keyboard, which copies an image to the clipboard. Then I open up an image editing tool (or Microsoft Paint) and paste (CTRL-v). I crop down to just the portion of the image needed, then save the image as a .jpg to upload to the blog! A bit of work, but not too bad once you get the hang of it.


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