Dress Like Your Grandma WINNERS!May 3, 2017 / byTanya / Categories : Feeds
It’s time for me to announce the winners of the Dress Like Your Grandma challenge. As stated in this challenge’s description, this is a non-competitive sewing challenge and not a contest. That means that there was no voting and no competition involved in choosing the prize winners. Winners were chosen randomly by me, using a random number generator. I made a list of the participants (41) and assigned each sewist a number. I then went down the list of prizes and used the random number generator to select each prize winner. I wish that I could have given everyone a prize, but just know that I appreciate all of you for joining in on this challenge and how much I have loved hosting this and seeing all of your lovely creations. Thank you to our generous sponsors for providing the prizes!
- Blackbird Fabrics $50 CAD gift certificate: Melissa
- LA Finch Fabrics $50 USD gift certificate: Jocelyn
- The Vintage Pattern Lending Library, one sewing pattern of choice, pre-1920’s: Myrthe
- The Vintage Pattern Lending Library, one sewing pattern of choice, 1920’s: Evie
- The Vintage Pattern Lending Library, one sewing pattern of choice, 1930’s: Caroline
- The Vintage Pattern Lending Library, one sewing pattern of choice, 1940’s/50’s: Allie
- Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics, one sewing pattern of choice: Tiffany
- Decades of Style Pattern Company, one sewing pattern of choice: Caitlin
- Cashmerette Patterns, one sewing pattern of choice: Kathleen
- Jennifer Lauren Handmade, one sewing pattern of choice: Amy
- Colette Patterns, one sewing pattern of choice: Katie W.
- Sense and Sensibility Patterns, one sewing pattern of choice: Maranda
- Muse Patterns #1, one sewing pattern of choice: Elaine
- Muse Patterns #2, one sewing pattern of choice: Johanna
- Muse Patterns #3, one sewing pattern of choice: Wilma
Winners: Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Until next year!
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