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Giveaway results!

Drum roll please!!!!!

And the winners are!

You are the winner of the bag!

The winner of the garland is

Thank you to everyone who entered.
 If I could I'd give you all a pressie because it's you folk who inspire and encourage me!
So thank you once again.
Lucky lady winners contact me with your snail mail addresses and I will get your goodies off to you.
Thanks again to everyone who took the time to read and comment on my ramblings.


  1. Oh my word, I am delighted. I am seriously doing a little happy dance! I was having a 'Glum' couple of days to say the least! A beautiful yarny flower garland, for me! That is the perfect pick me up! Flowers springing every where. I will love love love them. Thank you so much. :) xxx

  2. Oh I forgot to say in my excitement, I have PM'd You my address on Ravelry. xxx

  3. Oh my giddy aunt, what a lovely surprise, you have brightened up a dull rainy day. Your beautiful bag will have a loving new home with lots of yarn, hooks & needles. thank you.


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