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December 02, 2010


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This blog is very nice. I impressed by that I like your Love your Twas the Night Before Christmas and am currently stitching it.


Your patterns are sewww awesome. Your 'Santa Stop Here Toy Sack' is adorable and would love to add the pattern to my Christmas pattern collection. Love it and would make it for next year. Thanks for the chance to win.


Beautifull !!!Your are so generous !!!!kisses

Evelyne Carlen

What beautiful patterns you have! Looking forward to seeing the new one. They just put you in the christimas mood.

Sabine (The Netherlands)

I like this one too. I wish Homespun was easier to find around here... Thanks for sharing again!

Janet Selman

Love your toy sack. Thanks for another chance to win one of your wonderful patterns.


Beautiful. I just "Liked" your facebook page too!


Ruth Oblinski

I so wish we got Homespun over here, I buy it but get it about a year later!! LOL.. LOve the sack and just found your friend connect button and your Facebook page!! Yeah!!!


The Christmas sack is adorable! I do not do facebook - love your blog though and I am a follower GFC - Thanks!


another wonderful giveaway! I wont be joining on Facebook as I don't really bother with it, I'll just continue to follow your blog.


Another winner from you Helen! I had trouble with the typepad lastnight too (had a few $#@#$@#% moments)..



Great toy sack - but I may just keep it for me! Lovely stitching as always not sure about the piecing - maybe I could learn a new skill?
Thanks for sharing


Another lovely pattern! Thanks again for this week of giveaways! so exciting! :)

Carol Lee

I love my facebook, just became a follower. It open up a whole new world


You have such awesome patterns and talent. Thank you for sharing and teaching.


AS beautiful as th others patterns !!!


Your Christmas give aways are just great. I am afraid I am not into all these social networking gizmos. I can barely keep up with blogs!


Wow another pattern giveaway, thank you so much for the chance to win!

Sharon L F

Hi Helen,
Can we get these patterns yet?

Hugs, Sharon

May Britt

I have joined your face book page, so I look forward to see what happends there. Place a ticket in this drawing too :)


So cute! Love it :o)

Barb Roesslein

Your toy sack pattern is adorable. I wish I could get Homespun here in the U.S. I have never done Facebook so maybe I need to learn that too. Thank you for providing such a nice giveaway.


Wow another cute pattern...



Well done Janet.

Michele Hester

What a great idea instead of the traditional stockings - there is never enough room in them! Would love to win this one or the patterns!


Well done Janet, cannot wait to see how you put it together.

Vicki I get the posts via email. On the right hand side there is a subscribe to this blog's feed and I do this.

I love getting my links so then I know I MUST open up the blog to read the message.

I love this pattern and would love seeing it hung up on my fireplace for the kids.

Marcia W.

Last night I couldn't get typepad to post my comments to your blog. Hope this works OK because adore that Santa Stop Here Toy Sack. My grandniece has been saying "Santa Stop and Bring me that" when she sees something she wants on TV. This would be so cute to make. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Michelle Emmmett

Love the santa sack, I wonder if I made it if anyone would fill it for me? Probabaly not would have to do that myself.....

Donna Joy

Following you on facebook. Love that Xmas sack, nice to have A gorgeous stitched Santa sack to replace the red stocking.


Love your Twas the Night Before Christmas and am currently stitching it. Love the Santa Sack also. You are so generous with your giveaways!


Congratulations to Janet!!! Helen, the toy sack is so could you miss with that? I can't get Homespun here locally (in the US) so I missed it completely. Thanks so much for another opportunity for one of your treasured designs. Hugs... and Good Luck to Everyone!


Lucky Janet. Well Helen I finally found the blue and silver fabric to put together my Twas the night before Xmas stitcheries, don't know if its going to get done this year or not, I suppose that is what happens when youe fussy isn't it.
hugs Deb


Congratulations Janet.

What an adorable pattern for the toy sack. I am sure many of use can use that this time of the year.

Thank you SO much for the gift tags I just received via email. Those are just wonderful.

Ok, one last comment now that you have google friend connect and facebook covered is there any chance you can add an email subscription to your blog? I'd love to see that because I like using that so I am sure not to miss any posts.

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