Chosen by Random.org, the four winners of the handmade earrings are:
#16: Eileen Bergen: Good luck with the fundraiser. What a wonderful cause. I like Sherbet Pop - or Aloha Red - or maybe Amoeba. I can't decide; I like them all!
#3: Leigh Anne: I think the Goldenrod pair is really cute! I'm always drawn to the florals :)
#19: Beth: I wasn't able to access your shop--out here in the country our connection is so slow it often simply refuses. But the earrings here are so darling, any of them would be wonderful. If I were to win, I'd be giving the earrings to my 17 year old niece, so I'd trust you to choose something appropriately mod and stylish and pretty.
#4: Kristy: Lindsay, these are darling! Send me the wholesale info, I'd love to help that way if I can!
Congrats winners! I'll be in touch. This button link for the store will be in my sidebar, and I'll periodically update it with new items as I work on filling wholesale orders.
At some point after finishing off the Exodus Quilt and before I tried sewing with silk, I used my scraps to make a quickie project for me, a patchwork camera strap. I used this tutorial. Lined with batting scraps, it is comfy, too!
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