I never expected to win, but Erin contacted me to let me know she drew my name. I received the coolest package in the mail. Seriously, Erin is inspiring with her gift package contents. I've taken a lesson from her for future packages.
I've never purchased any Tina Givens fabric, but it is gorgeous stuff. The two pieces on the left or Tina Givens. The remaining piece is from Anna Maria Horner's Garden Party line. The three pieces could even be used together, so I'm trying to think about what I'd like to make.
Additionally, there was this yarn:
It's Brooklyn Handspun, which I've never used. I LOVE the color. It's vibrant and fun.
And how cool are these gift tags?
It's funny because it's true. Erin also included these Liberty of London journals. Lovely.
Not pictured is a box of chocolates from Hatch Family Chocolates of "The Little Chocolatiers" fame. They were so good. I ate them quickly and then wished there were more.
So, thank you to Erin for a lovely and generous package. I didn't donate to either sister for the contest, but it was a sweet reward for helping a very important cause.
My next post will be number 300. In honor of this, I will be a having a giveaway of my own. The next post will have all the details!