Saturday, 12 June 2010


Judith's giveaway came to an end today....

For all those that missed it........................ better luck next time.

Soggibottom won the giveaway.

I never enter because I want to win anything ...................

Sometimes, from a blogger (or twitter :-) ) point or view, it's good to know, YOU ARE THERE !

Judith has a great blog for all the quilters that follow Soggibottom.

I have yet to show any of my quilting, and yet, I do quilt . When I have the time :-)
When my hands let me might be a better explanation :-)

Great views and pics of Crete for all ARTIST.
I know there are many talented artists out there.
What ever media you work in.

What was Soggibottom's prize... ?

I haven't a clue :-)

But will let you know as soon as it comes through the cottage door.

For anyone who is not sure what MOHAIR is made from. It's made from goat hair. Not from a MO, as the two wags that left comments thought. :-)

Just in case you missed their comment.

One from Caroline.

Herds of English Mo roam wild on Salisbury Plain.... they are very small but very hairy and the coat is shorn during the Spring Equinox and spun by country folk.

The second comment

Great herds of wild mo roam the plains here during the winter months, during the Spring they are rounded up by the local mo wranglers, then sheared by specially trained mo mowers, whose average height is 2ft 3ins, as the shears they use are only 3ins long. The moHAIR, is then cured in long moing sheds and sorted into its various colours by the mo sorters, then shipped out to the shops by MO tor.....

As for the author of the second comment, lets just say I KNOW WHO YOU ARE :-)


Sierra Rose said...

Congrats!! Let's see your quilting! :)

Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
Sierra Rose

Victoria said...

Congratulations on your giveaway win! We watched the World Cup and had a bet...I was for England of course:) After the tie we flipped a coin to determine the winner and my hubby won.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I bet I know what you won!
A huge gunny sack full of carrots to feed all the bunnies that live next door. Well, it was a good guess - right?
How do you have time to quilt?
Jeepers- I bet they are beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations. I wonder what the prize was?

Loir said...

Michele, i congratulate you! That's great!

MyCretanlife said...

Hi Midge, Lucky is a very demanding dog, she likes to be waited on hand and foot. Unfortunately she hasn't got a passport so no you will not get to look after her unless you come over here. I promise to send you a photo of her soon. As for your mystery prize well thats still a mystery. Will get it packed up today and take it too the post office tomorrow. Postage from here can be a bit erratic some things get there quick others seem to arrive by snail post. Hope yours gets there quick. Judith x

Lisa said...

Congrats lucky girl!! Hope you have a great weekend!! Are you doing anything fun?
Hugs, Lisa

Sandee said...
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Sandee said...

Now that you've opened the lid to the box, you MUST share your quilts with us. The beauty of all quilts is the love that is sewn into the fabrics, not how they look when they are done.

Jan Mader said...

Congratulations on your win! I like Tweedles guess on your prize...carrots to feed the bunnies would be a good thing!!!!

Angela Richardson said...

Aha! Soggi bottom has quilting secrets that she should share with her followers.
We are all waiting for the big reveal!!
Thanks for popping over to visit you bloggy neighbour.
Keep smiling,

Heckety said...

I thought those two comments about the mos showed great imagination and enterprise- I'd have given the first one 10/10 for imagination, and the second one a Business Enterprise Grant!!!!
Congrats on the prize even if you don't know what it is- suppose its a spider?

WoolenSails said...

Congratulations, can't wait to see what you won.
I have won a few, but when I don't, I love to see that my friends have won:)


Faye Henry said...

Hi Midge.. sorry I am so slow commenting...
Congrats..dear girl..
How great that you are a quilter... I am not good in that field at all...
Looking forward to seeing your prize...

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Congrats! Lucky girl! I'm gonna get DH to make one of those bee hotels if I can.