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It's time I feel for.
My first ever

By way of a big thank you to everyone who reads my ramblings and comments on them!
I am flattered and delighted that you do.
So I have two lovelies looking for new homes.

A lovely little bag

All lined with vintage Laura Ashley fabric


And a cheerful flowery decoration

all ready to hang

The giveaway is open to anyone.
All you have to do is leave a comment on this post
 and I shall choose two winners in a fair and random way on Wednesday 9th May.
The first name chosen will win the bag and the second the garland!
Good Luck

Edited to add; Winners will be drawn after 6pm tonight!


  1. Hi Sue, please enter me in your giveaway, the prizes are lovely. Have you entered mine? Don't want you to miss out! xxx

  2. both are very cute - count me in. thanks

  3. Ooh yes please can I take part, beautiful gifts :)

  4. Ooh I have long admired your colourful crochet work! esp as i cannot/havent learned to crochet (yet)!
    Either one would make my day :)
    natalie - aka picca-boo

  5. They are both very lovely! Please include my name - I just discovered your blog and have been enjoying all the prettiness:)

  6. Both are very lovely.Please count me, I so need to learn to crochet.

  7. That's very generous of you :) Both are beautiful

  8. Ooooh, pretties, both prizes are citing! ) x

  9. I love your crochet bag, just the perfect size for wool and hook or knitting needles. ♥

  10. It's my wedding aniversary and I'm feeling lucky! I would love to win your give away prizes. I really wish I could crochet too

  11. I would be delighted to win one of these exquisite creations!

  12. Gorgeous!
    Count me in please!

  13. Hi Sue! Postman Pat arrived this morning and my little boats have sailed into harbour ...... take a peek at my blog ...... I L O V E them so much. Thank you my dear friend for allowing for the "old fashioned" approach to buying :0)
    You are so generous to have these two beauties as Give Aways ..... someone (two!) will be very happy on the 9th of May.
    Have a lovely weekend Sue,
    love Val xx

  14. Hi I'm a recent follower on your blog and I would love to take part in this giveaway!

  15. Lovely giveaway, please can my name be put into the hat?


  16. I would love to be entered! Everything is just delightful.

  17. that is very generous of you Sue! I would be delighted to take part in your first ever giveaway! thank you!! xx

  18. I'd love to enter your giveaway too :-) Both gifts are so cute!!

  19. Wow Sue , need to pop over here more often !! You have been busy. I love your makes . Please pop my name in the hat if I'm not too late :0)
    Jacquie x

  20. Wow! That crochet bag is AMAZING! Such beautiful work you have x


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