Flickr Winner!

Hey there all, I’m sorry about the delay in announcing the winner of the November Flickr prize! It’s been quite a crazy week here and things got a bit away from me. We’re here now, so let’s draw that prize!

 

Tree Trimming

 

The November winner is Amber Lowery!

Amber wins a a free PDF copy of Tree Trimming for sharing photos with the Sewhooked Flickr Group

This is an especially fun one for me because in addition to making projects from many of my patterns just for fun, Amber was also my pattern tester on Paper Piecing Vintage! Congratulations and thank you for not only making oodles of goodies from my patterns, but sharing your phots. 😀

 

Be sure to keep sharing those photos for a chance to win future prizes! All winners chosen using Random.org.

Sea turtle
by TweLoQ

NovemberPPV OctoberPPV AugustPPV
by Dawn Gregory

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Amber's Paper Piecing Vintage

by Amber Lowery

Sorting hat! Snitch (hardest block for me yet!) Harry Potter PoD block Six books block - HP PoD
by kerryberry

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by Agnes Sabel

Paper Piecing Vintage with bonus pieced borders

Paper Piecing Vintage is now complete!  Get the ENTIRE block of the month in one for just $12 on Craftsy!

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2 thoughts on “Flickr Winner!

  1. JANET H CONTE

    Hi, I am participating in the Project of Doom and am truly looking forward to it. It starts January 7 and I am going to be out of the country that week. Will I be hopelessly behind if I don’t start it until sometime after January 2? I already went out and got my background fabric. It looks like water stained old paint. Thanks, Janet Conte Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2014 15:56:41 +0000 To: jnut3363@msn.com

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    1. Jennifer Ofenstein Post author

      Hi Janet! There will be one pattern a week, and most of the patterns are quite easy to piece, so you should be able to catch up with no problem at all. Have a lovely trip and jump in when you’re home again. 🙂

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