Winners!!! Giveaways: Fresh Egg Overture

In the June/July issue of MaryJanesFarm, “Fresh Egg Overture,” I led you here to my daily journal for a chance to win some special giveaways. Following, you’ll find the winners of all three giveaways. Thank you to all who participated by leaving comments, and stay tuned for more giveaways in each issue of MaryJanesFarm. If you’re not yet a subscriber to MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

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The winner of my Shuttercraft, Fresh Egg Overture” giveaway (for a gorgeous pair of FREE robin cutout painted wood shutters from Shuttercraft) is Sandy Worley, who left this comment in response to “Tell me about your favorite bird.”

“The shutters are wonderful! I’m making curtains for my sewing room that have all types of lovely birds that would be perfect with those shutters. I have jars and jars of buttons around my bird decorations to enjoy while I’m sewing/quilting. Cardinals have always been my very favorite, but we have darling little sparrows that nest on our patio … and we treasure their devotion to their babies.”

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The winner of my All American Clothespins, Fresh Egg Overture giveaway (for 20 FREE beautiful, handmade clothespins from All American Clothespins) is Christina Pierce, who left this comment in response to “Tell me how hanging laundry on the line makes you feel.”

“We live as grid free as we can, so hanging laundry is one of my luxuries I enjoy. I don’t own a dryer, so hanging laundry is all I have but I don’t mind, and I wouldn’t trade it for a fancy dryer for nothing, because I love the smell of the clean laundry in your hands and the chance to reconnect with nature as you’re outside … even in the winter months, although I do have a indoor line for rainy days. I couldn’t imagine doing it any other way.”

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The winner of my “Simply Stitched, Fresh Egg Overture” giveaway (for a FREE copy of the new book, Simply Stitched (featuring 20 beautiful, original embroidery motifs, plus projects and instructions), is Marion O’Neill, who left this comment in response to “Tell me about one of your favorite needlework projects.”

“I like embroidering kitchen towels. I love the designs from the 1930s through the 1950s. I especially like the bluebird and chicken designs, but I was happy to find an old World War II aircraft mechanic pattern that I made for my friend Anna, who is an aircraft mechanic. It featured a cat in overalls with a tool box, and it said ”Keep ’em Flying.”

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The winner of my “Liberty Quilt, Fresh Egg Overture” giveaway (for a FREE beautiful MaryJane’s Home Liberty Quilt is Debra Byam, who left this comment in response to “Tell me your favorite place to take a nap.”

“I don’t take naps very often, but when I do, I like to take one on our porch in our swing, or if it’s in the winter, I usually end up in the recliner. This is my last magazine and I love it so I have to renew again. Even my husband will read this magazine and likes it. We live in town and are trying to move outside of town. We have bees, so we sell honey and I make other stuff with the honey and I am looking a getting some chickens. I love them. Anybody have any advice about what are the best and so on? I live in southwestern Minnesota.”

To our winners, make sure you check your emails for one coming from MaryJanesFarm.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Rosemary Smith says:

    My favorite creative craft/project is the one I am working on at any given moment! 😉
    I am interested in so MANY things: quilting, sewing, crochet and creative lettering. I am retired and don’t have enough time to do the things I want to do. I have been interested in calligraphy writing for years, but am just now having time to get involved with it. I would like to make my own greeting cards and stationery, etc. Love the fancy writing, I have never liked my own writing. Love your magazine, I just saw my first copy recently. Thanks for having it for us to enjoy and learn from.

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