And the winner of the Cashmerette Pattern is…

May 23, 2017   /   byCarolyn (Diary of a Sewing Fanatic)  / Categories :  Feeds
I'm not going to prolong this, cause y'all just wanna know who won the patterns right?!

I went old school with this one.

I cut all the responses up...


Folded them and put them in a plastic bag...


...and picked the winners from the bag.

There were 130 entries so everyone had a 1 in 130 chance to win! 

So The Winners Are ~


Astex and sewmyown, please contact me at cnorman underscore 98 at yahoo dot com with your preference - paper or PDF and Jenny will get the patterns to you.

Thank you to everyone who left a comment and read the blog post! If you didn't win a copy of the pattern, I really hope you will consider purchasing a version for your own pattern collection. It makes a wonderful dress ~ look for another one here soon!

...as always more later!

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