Wednesday, June 3, 2009

SewMamaSew Giveaway Winners

Thank you so much for your patience. As my hubby mentioned in my 100th blog, yes, that is right, he wrote my 100th blog, I had to go out of town unexpectedly. That held my giveaway up by a few days. I used for getting my numbers and the winners are: A Joyful Chaos won the Flip Flop Button giveaway and Michelle of Michelle Chappell Photography won the jewelry. Congratulations to both!

The giveaway was so much fun for me. I have been able to find some new blogs and bloggers have found me. :) I was so excited to have new followers!

My craft and recipe posting will resume next week, once I am home. I was able to do some sewing last week before heading out of town. I finished my daughter's bag before my self-made deadline and she loves it! I used the Downtown Bag pattern by Amy Butler and the fabric is Farmer's Market by Sandi Henderson. I love how it turned out and more importantly, my daughter loves it! Hanna filled it and began carrying it the day I gave it to her. We had several people comment on it while out and about in Charleston and even one of her guy friends asked about it! How funny is that?

Don't you just love that big button? The pattern called for a fabric flower or a plain front. Hanna is not a flower person and I think the button gives it just the right punch! I added two pockets on the inside and instead of Velcro, which it called for, I used a magnet snap.

The pictures were taken at my daughter's house in Charleston. I wish you could see outside the windows. There are two huge palm trees just out the door. I just love the coast and especially this city.


  1. Sounds like the give away was a success. The purse too. How was Charleston?

  2. That bag is so cute!!!! Glad you are enjoying your visit!

  3. Hey Pam, You know how your giving away a fob thingy (we don't call them that... I don't know what we call them actually lol) well in case I don't win which is very likely I was given a dummy saver which does the same thing so i thought I would use it instead YAY... my kids don't use dummies. I might have to blog about my new idea and thank you in the process...

    xo Steph


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