Drum roll please! After a very tight race in the voting department the winner has been chosen by you, the loyal followers and participants of the summer contest:
The winner is Jeannette L. with her rusted owls… rusted fabric with stitched embellishments received 15 votes. Congratulations, Jeannette. Please let me know how we can connect so I can present you with the Grand Prize.
Tied for second and third place are Marilyn C. and Katina C. with 14 votes each. A copy of the Kantha eBook will be dispatched today. Please confirm you email address with me and ensure that you can receive files that are 12 MB in size. (I know that a Hotmail address will not allow such large files.)
Congratulations to the winners! It was a tight race with only one vote between the top prize winner and the entries tied for second place. Thank you to readers and entrants for adding some spice to this summer. Happy creating!
Congrats to Jeannette and Marilyn. It was a great challenge and thanks to those who voted.
All the entries were beautiful. Congrats to Jeanette for winning!
Thank you very much Anna for the Exploring Line: Make Your Mark challenge to celebrate your 500th post. Using my piece of rust dyed cloth to find and stitch lines on was very enjoyable and a great way to use the fabric. It was great seeing all the other entries and the lines that were either drawn, photographed, sewn and stitched. Thank you to everyone who voted for my piece as well!
Jeannette, email me privately so we can arrange a way for me to get your prize to you…
These are beautiful Anna 🙂
Although I did not participate , I was pleased to see the work of those who did and interested in seeing the outcome. Congratulations to the all who did take part and hopefully all will be encouraged to do so again. It is fun to see the work of other women’s hands ! Thank you Anna for making that possible in this case.
Thank YOU, Joyce for commenting on the great work that was shared during the summer contest. I was so excited to receive the entries and watch the voting. There was a lot of interest and I believe the contest did what I had hoped for – inspire others!