Wednesday, August 31, 2011

And the Winners are?...

At noon today I used to select the three lucky winners of my Witchee epattern giveaway. The winners are...

#80 Hildreth Ann Smalley

#280 June Modena

#120 Shirlene Downie

My Witchee epattern has already been emailed to each of the winners. Thank you to everyone that helped to make my epattern give-a-way a really fun event. Be sure to check out all of the postings at Handmade Art Fair and visit our member's links. Find something new at Handmade Art Fair!

Wishing all of you a most delightful Autumn Season.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

EPattern Give-A-Way!!

To celebrate Handmade Art Fair's Autumn Open House, I will be giving away my Witchee Epattern to Three Lucky Winners on August 31, 2011 at 12:00noon CDT.  You will have three chances to win if you do the following; do one or do them all :)

#1 Submit your name and email address on my form.  (NOTE) This information is for this drawing only and will not be shared or retained after this drawing is over. You WILL NOT automatically be added to my mailing list by filling out my form. If you are interested in my work and want to be added to my mailing list, please use the mailing list form here on my blog or website.

#2 Post on your blog or website about my blog epattern give-a-way.

#3 Post on your blog or website about Handmade Art Fair's Open House; adding the HAF banner (that you can snatch over on the right) would be nice also, but not necessary.

Sign Up Deadline was August 31, 2011 at 12:00noon Central Time
Thank you all for participating and adding to the fun!

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

What do you do when it's 111 degrees outside...

You think cold frosty thoughts and finish knitting a pair of wool footies made from scraps started way back when and start knitting on a new pair of socks to keep those tootsies warm.

You also put on Christmas music and make a Santa.  This guy turned out sweet.  I used a Sweet Meadows Farm pattern adding my own personal simple touches and a face that I sculpted using PaperClay.  This Santa is dressed in 100% rust colored wool with Warm & Natural trim and rusty jingle bells.  He is a cutie!!

It has been 100+ degrees here for almost two months. Gotta love this Texas weather!