Giveaway Winner

Giveaway Winner

Thanks a lot to everyone who entered the Bits and Pieces Giveaway this week, it was really nice to see all the great comments 🙂  The lucky winner is …..

Congratulations, Isabell 🙂  Please can you leave a comment on this post so I can contact you for your postal address, thanks a lot 🙂

I’ve been having a clear out lately and have spent a lot of time going through smelly dusty bags and boxes from the loft. Most of them contain 20 years of birthday and Christmas cards, clothes I’ll never wear again but can’t bear to part with or cassette tapes from around 1983-1987 🙂  But I got a really nice surprise when I opened one of the bags and discovered 5 huge silk scarves, each about 43 inches square! I think I’ll be doing some nuno felting fairly soon!

I’ve been thinking about Karen’s 4th Quarter Studio Challenge about the Weather recently which isn’t hard being British, apart from tea it’s what we think about most 🙂  I saw this cloud this morning and thought I’d take a photo to add to my collection.

I haven’t quite decided what I’ll do yet, but we often have 4 seasons in a day here, so I’m spoilt for choice 🙂

15 thoughts on “Giveaway Winner

  1. What a lovely surprise in finding those scarves! It must have been like opening a forgotten Christmas presi.

    That cloud looks like the feathers on an arrow.

    I’m still faffing about trying to decide on something for the challenge too!

    1. Thanks Lyn 🙂
      Ha, yeah, it was just like opening a present, I did an ‘Oooh!’ and everything 🙂

    1. I know! I knew I’d bought lots of silk scarves years ago, there was a ‘salvage’ place in Bolton that sold them, I’m pretty sure, these 5 would have cost £1, and I got 10 smaller ones for £1, which I saw on sale at the silk museum in Macclesfield for £10 each!

    1. You might want to edit the post and put the new winner in the post itself. I’m not sure how many people check back in the comments section.

  2. Good find Zed, I have been eyeing up clouds too, with a view to actually getting my butt into gear and felting something for the challenge this time.
    And well done the new winner of the fibre pack.

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