Sunday, November 7

Winners Pattern Parade!

Stroopwaffle jar this morning
I know most bloggers use the very reliable random generator to pick winners but I think a Stroopwaffle jar with handwritten names on paper in is such a cozy way to choose a winner (or 4)!  My youngest daughter picked the following four winners from the jar: 

  • Stitching Borders and Beyond by Carina of Polka and Bloom: Rafael's mum
  • Semi-Fantastic Mr. Fox pattern by Bird and Little Bird: Agypsyangel
  • Mostly Marvelous Ms. Rabbit pattern by Bird and Little Bird: JVC_Scout_Mum (please send me your email adress! followthewhitebunny[at] )
  • Pdf pattern of choice from MagpiePatterns: Carlie
Congratulations to the winners I will send you an email about your prizes shortly and many many thanks to my generous crafty friends Carina, Annie & Amy!

In a few days time I will have a very lovely interview on this blog which has everything to do with the second giveaway (yay!) I will be hosting. So make sure to check back soon!


  1. Oh WOW fantastic!! I won the embroidery ebook! Thanks so much for the giveaway and my prize Nicole! I am still a novice in the embroidery so this is absolutely PERFECT for me!

  2. Congrats to the winners! And omigosh, I love stroopwafels so much - my best friend growing up came from a Dutch background and used to make them sometimes (she even made them for the favours at her wedding), they are soooo good!

  3. Hurray!!! I won the fox pattern, he is sooooo cute. Thank you very much. Have a great weekend.
    Thanks again,

  4. Fantastic I won!!! Thanks so much. I can't wait to pick out my pattern. Thank you so much.

  5. ..and I am totally digging the stroopwaffle jar...

  6. Hi Nicole, wow ..take breath, I love stroopwaffle jar...that my favorite color is blue. I have collection blue plates on the wall. sorry I never hear "stroopwaffle jar" please tell me and show what like. Interesting. Patricia. Australia

  7. Yes the stroopwaffle jar...@patricia you can see it more clearly here: (copy and paste in your browser) The photo on top shows only the lid of the jar. Stroopwaffles are a Dutch 'delicacy' much like a cookie with syrup in between. Normally people in Holland don't own a Stroopwaffle jar, we received it as a gift when we left the country hahaha. (but we came back anyway)
    It's more a souvenir kind of object for tourists etc, but this looks pretty good for a souvenir!

  8. Thank you! I've sent you an email!

    Ida aka JVC_Scout_Mom


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