Monday, October 4, 2010

Winners, Freebie and Specials!

This was a long night, my computer decided it didn't want to run my photoshop today and kept crashing, so it took me forever to get the new pattern done for a pdf. I hope I didn't make any mistakes, since I had to rush a bit, to get it done in time.

First, I hate when people don't win contests, it makes me sad. So, for everyone who likes to cross stitch as well, I made the Holly Bird into a cross stitch. It can be done in colors or in a single prim color. I am still trying to get the hang of how to make my patterns look and print better, but getting there. So for everyone who visits, here is a freebie.



And as an added bonus, for those of you who wanted the rooster pattern....
If you buy the rooster pattern, you can pick any other pattern, no matter the cost, for free!
So, when you pay for the pattern, just add what you would like for your freebie in the comment section.
There is a link to my ecrater site in the left hand column.

Now onto the winners. I couldn't just pick one, so there are two winners of the contest.
I actually tried the random number generator, it was a lot easier than typing and cutting out paper pieces;)

Winner number one is..... Deb

Winner number two is..... Sheila

I really enjoyed the contest and meeting new friends. Thank you all for visiting and becoming a follower, that alone is the best prize I could win. Deb and Sheila, please email me and I will send your free pattern, to you.

7 comments:

appleberrycottage said...

Congrats to the winners! Enjoy the patterns.

Quilts And Pieces said...

congrats to the winners! And how fun is that turned into xstitch!

lily boot said...

oh what a lovely design! I'n definitely going to stitch it up and hang it on my christmas tree this year :-) Thanks Debbie!

moosecraft said...

Congrats to the winners! And thank you for charting up this birdie!

primitivebettys said...

Congrats to the winners! Thanks for the sweet birdie too! :)

soggibottom said...

Well done people(s) :-)
x x x Congratulations

Rosali said...

Gracias por compartir su ave. saludos.