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Giving back

We love all the comments left on the blogs here at Amitie, so we thought we'd do a little give away on a recent post. Yes, you read right... a recent post. You can't enter for this give away, because the winners have already been drawn and they picked themselves!

On the post Quilt Market (read HERE), I asked what's your favourite colour and the following lovely ladies commented.
Kathryn, Andi, Bronwyn, Tania, Chookyblue, Fuffi, Kylie C, Marg M, Jenny M, Susie and Lisa.

You have all won a fat 16th bundle in your favourite colour!
To claim your prize please e-mail Lucy at your address and she'll get it to you ASAP (it might also be a good idea to remind her what colour you'd love as some of you listed a few/all colours).


just sent you an email.............thanks heaps..........Chookyblue
Lisa said…
Oh boy!! Mondays *are* awesome after all! :D Thanks guys!
Susie said…
you are joking???? If not, that is wonderful!! Thank you so much!!
Jenny M said…
How exciting...Christmas has come early! Thank you. Email has been sent.
Susie said…
Thank you so much for my gorgeous parcel. I received it yesterday and just LOVE the fabric choices!!Might have to come in and buy some yardage of these.......
Banaghaisge said…
That is a lovely way to have a give-away!!!
Hugs, Jasmine
just did a post about my fabrics.........thanks heaps I LOVE them.........

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