This is as close as I can come to a spectacular finish to a year of blogging and the start of another! I like to do an annual draw by way of thanking my faithful readers. I know you are out there and sometimes you do a quick dash in and out.... sometimes, you settle in for a good read of past posts.
I have 'met' some of you via email and correspondence and shared in your successes and helped with some weaving problems. Weavers everywhere seem to be a great bunch of resourceful friendly people, no matter where in the world we live!
Today its snowing at a steady pace and starting to add up. No sunshine for some of these pictures to come so my apologies for the darker pictures. I tried to brighten them up on the computer.
I sat and read through each and every comment on the last two blog posts and wrote down everyone's name, or in the case of a few 'unknowns' I also added a bit of their comment so I could separate them. One weaver wrote twice and there's only one entry per weaver, and another commenter is a friend who is not a weaver, so the samples would not be of much use to her.
I decided since I had eighteen samples to divide them into three lots of six .....
Then I placed them into three brown envelopes and had Bruce randomly number them. Then we shook the basket once more and pulled three slips and tucked them under the number tag as drawn
Drum roll please!
Billie Weaver lives in the "Australian Capital Territory" of Canberra. She also refers to it as the "Black weaving hole of the Universe". I will leave it to Billie to explain that one....
Second slip drawn is for Karen Moore, a Canadian weaver in Ontario.
Third draw is for Capt. Dave and I have no idea where in the world Dave lives.... but he's clearly a weaver!
Congratulations to you all and please contact me via emmatrude at gmail dot com with your addresses and I will mail your sample prizes off to you sometime this week (after the snow stops)
I would like to take a moment to thank you for taking time to read my blog and following along as I get through my daily shenanigans and try to weave in between. I never thought this electronic journaling would last this long but here we are at nine years and counting!
All the best for the coming year, Susan