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Winner of the Read-A-Thon Quilt Kit

I'm so excited to announce the winner of this beautiful spring quilt kit.
Lisa Marie wrote the most wonderful things about spring and why we sew.
Read below her comments.



Lisa Marie:

Here is just one example of why I love sewing. At a recent family gathering I saw one of my husband's second cousins. We seldom see each other but that night we had a chance to chat a bit and I really enjoyed it. A few days later I was still thinking of that and decided to send her a couple little things to let her know I was thinking of her. I made a quilted potholder and an infinity scarf, which are both quick little projects. I threw in a few handmade notecards and sent it all to her. A week later I got a gushing thank you note from her about how I had made her day and her week by sending the little gifts. Not long after that, my MIL talked about this cousin going on and on about this fabulous package I had sent to her. Just knowing that you can do something, even a small thing, to brighten someone's day is one of the best things about sewing!



Lisa, send me your address so I can mail this kit to you 
and you can start some spring sewing!

Happy Sewing!

Jina

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  1. So exciting! Thanks so much! I will send an email with my address.

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