Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Give-Away Results and Answers

Good morning!! I have the names of the three people who are going to get a CQ baggie of fancy fabrics (or as some call it, "after five" fabrics). I took everyone's name from your comments and made a numbered list. Then, very scientifically (LOL), I had the three ladies in my office pick a number. Now they all think "they" are going to win something -- they kept bugging me all day, "what I'd win, what I'd win."

So without further ado, the three people are:

Campmoxie Debbie
Laura from Texas
Joan in Arizona (sorry, originally I had Joan in Texas -- got my states mixed up)

Ladies, I need your addresses. Email me privately at niteshadoe@aol.com and I'll have your package out to you this week.

Thank you everyone for your comments. I'm sorry that not everyone could get something. I know that I enter lots of blog give-aways and have yet to be picked, but maybe someday.

To answer some of your questions:

My sewing machine is a Janome Memory Craft 6600. It took me a whole year of bonuses, all the money from a year of doing craft shows and a trade-in of my older Janome to buy it. Yeah, that's a lot but I use my machine almost daily and the Janome is a work horse of a machine. I have yet to have one have to go for service (and this is my third Janome). Kind of like a Mac computer -- you seldom see one in for service or having a virus or locking up on you.

The photo of the sewing room is not a fake (but I can see how you would think that ). I didn't take a before picture because I couldn't get far enough into the room to photograph it! It still looks the same because I haven't been in there for over a week now because (a) I've been at craft shows and (b) I don't want to mess it up (LOL). Of course, most of the stuff I hauled out of there is living in the basement, but I don't have to look at it/trip over it/make room for it while it's "resting" down there.

It took me about 6 hours to clean it up and that included numerous trips up and down the basement stairs and several sessions of holding Maddie. When I'm home, she thinks I should do nothing but hold her and carry her around the house. If I stand still for more then one minute, she leaps up on my shoulder/back/head and there's nothing to do but just rock and hold her for a little while. She's still sitting in the little wagon but looks a little put out that no one has come to take her for a ride.


Susan said...

What fun! I'm curious to know how you satisfied those ladies in the office, though!

Charlene said...

Don't we just love our spoiled babies? Mom, you should take her for a ride! Your sewing room looks beautimus, even if it is only long enough to take pics *;-). Great background for The Tower. Still plugging along myself. I, too, wish they would leave the time alone!

Ati. Norway. said...

Love you kitty in the wagon :-))