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Friday, September 10, 2010

We have a winner!

This Emma Nicole, the newest member of my Wednesday stitching group. Phyllis (her Grandma) will be bringing her on Wednesday for a while. She was so good and so precious. It's good to start then young, don't you think :)
I finished the Thanksgiving sampler that I was doing. Sorry, no pictures. I will show it later in the week after I pick it up from the framer. I started Gooble by Plum Street Samplers a couple of days ago. Iam doing it on 32 ct ant. ivory with DMC floss. There are only 5 colors, so it's working up fast.

This is a peach bread pudding that I made yesterday. It's wonderful. The best recipe for bread pudding I've ever used.

Okay, now for the real reason you are visiting. LOL The winner of the Gingher scissors is Hazel of Quietly Stitching in the UK. Hazel, please email me at sammi916@comcast.net with your info. Congratulations!
I want to thank everyone for making my first giveaway a wonderful success! All your comments were greatly appreciated. Thanks to all my followers, new and old. I am making many new blogging friends. Have a great couple of days and Happy Stitching.


22 comments:

An itch to cross stitch.. said...

Aww Emma Nicole is beautiful, good to start them young. :-) Haha.
Gobble is looking very sweet, and I could gobble up that bread pudding! looks great.

Hazel said...

Yayyyyyyy!!! I am jumping up and down in my seat. Thank you so much!!! I have a giveaway too so be sure to check it out. Just emailing you now. Oh and the bread peach pudding!!!!! And what a beautiful little baby girl. xxxxxxxxxx

natalie said...

Um, I want the baby. Can I have the baby? Please?

Also, I would like the recipe for the bread pudding- Yum!

So to recap: I want the baby and the recipe. :)

Myra said...

Natalie can have the baby, I want the bread pudding. LOL Gobble looks great.

Carol said...

Congratulations Hazel!!

You can't tease us with something so yummy as that bread pudding without sharing the recipe... Please?

Stray Stitches said...

Congratulations to Hazel. The bread pudding looks delish!!

Margaret said...

Congrats to Hazel! I love your new stitching group member -- so cute! Nice pic of your Gobble -- looking forward to seeing the whole thing. The pudding looks wonderful!

Lynn said...

Congratulations Hazel! You are a lucky lady.
The baby is adorable but I agree with Myra. I'll take the bread pudding!
Love your new start. It's a perfect fall project.

DonnaTN said...

Congratulations to Hazel! Gobble looks good. But most of all Phylis' grand daughter Emma Nicole looks like a sweet little stitcher. PS Where is the peach bread pudding recipe?

Sherry said...

Congrats to Hazel - what a great giveaway. Baby sure is a sweetie - and I bet there's plenty of spoiling if she gets fussy...

The bread pudding looks so yummy - needs only a splash of cream! YUM

Cole said...

Congrats Hazel! And that bread pudding looks so yummy!

Catherine said...

Congratulations to Hazel!!

What an adorable baby!

Yep, I agree with the others, it's time to fork over that recipe!

Linda said...

What a great addition to your group! That bread pudding looks delicious...I have never had peach bread pudding and I am a big pan of bread pudding. You need to post that recipe!

Berit said...

Yay for Sweet Hazel! :)

You are a fast stitcher; that PSS is working up nicely. :)

Sally said...

Congratulations Hazel!!!

Wow you have got a lot stitched on Gobble already! Looking good!

Emma Nicole is so sweet :)

I could eat some of that peach bread pudding!

Elaine said...

Awww Emma Nicole is just adorable! Congratulations to Hazel.
Love your wip.

Bekca said...

I can't wait to see pictures of your finished sampler, it was looking great last post. Congratulations to Hazel and the peach bread looks delicious. Happy stitching to you.

Pumpkin said...

She's sweet :o)

Oh a new WIP! I like this one :o)

Congrats to Hazel!!!!

Judy S. said...

Love that Thanksgiving sampler!

Siobhan said...

Emma is adorable!! Congrats to the winner!

Love your WIP! I've had that ready to go for a few years now--love the others in the series, too.

Phyllis said...

Emma seems to enjoy the time she spends with the stitching group on Wednesdays. It gives her time to catch up on her rest! Her grandmother would love to try some of that peach bread pudding, too. It looks delicious.

Suzanne said...

Oh Emma is so cute and must be so well behaved to be able to come to stitching group.

Love your start on Gobble.