Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Goodie, goodie goodies...!

 Like most of us quilting bloggers, I blog hop *VBS* A couple of weeks ago I followed a link to a delightful blog that was new to me, Quilting by Dawn. As it happens, she had decided to have a "give-away". The prize was to be two of her wonderful potholders. So, of course, I entered. I rarely win, but it was my lucky day! I was delighted and happily awaited the arrival of these cute, slip over the handle potholders!
 Imagine my surprise, when instead of a mailing envelope, I found a big box in my mail slot! Excitement mounts as one cuts open a package of goodies from another quilter!! I was more than astonished at what I found inside *S*S*S*S*S*S*S*!!
These are my new goodies from Dawn. The wonderful potholders as expected, but also a neat treat of chocolate(yummy!) a darling needlecase that Dawn made, and a beautiful bundle of homespun fabrics. They are just perfect for this time of year, and I hope I can find a "November" type wall hanging to make from them. It feels like Christmas came early this year!! Thank you soooo much Dawn, it was a really GOOD goodie package!! Take a minute and pop over and say "hi" to Dawn, she has some really neat things to share with you too *VBS*
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Scrappy quilter said...

Congrats on the win Finn. That is just so cool. Hugs

ROZ said...

Some folks are just plain lucky!

KaHolly said...

What a delightful surprise! Congratulations, Finn. She was ver generous.

Dolores said...

You were blessed with wonderful stuff. Good for you and how wonderful of Dawn.

Clare said...

Ooohhh - I love receiving parcels like that!

Congrats on the win.


Angie said...

Congratulations, dear Finn, on your wonderful winner's surprise!!! No one is more deserving than you to receive tons of goodness. I love every one of your treasures, and know that you will delight in using them. :_)

Magpie Sue said...

What a haul! Congratulations!

And good job resisting the urge to start new projects. It sounds like getting out old ones, working on them for a bit and then putting them away to work on something else for a while is a system that works for you. Hurray!