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Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

I love that little saying...Winner Winner Chicken Dinner...so while I'm not giving away a chicken dinner we do have another winner to announce from our Pat Sloan & Bigfork Bay giveaway.  The winner of Nicole's Autumn Pumpkin Patch is...

D. Mellott...Loving the give a ways! So kind, plus a great way to see the new patterns that are available! Loving it!

and to recap the rest of our winners....
kath in ohio said...
I love give aways and I love Pat! I have never made any of her designs, but am totally addicted to her blog & FB! CROSSING MY QUILTING FINGERS!

Myra said: 
I agree! Come on Spring! I am tired of coats and hats and gloves and scarves. I have loved Pat's designs for many years, and Amelia's Spring Delight is just the design to bring some Spring into my kitchen.

Mrs. DillyDally 
Summer feels like it is years away in my remote corner of the planet ... so your pictures today were inspiring. Pat Sloan's pattern, like her, is also inspiring! Have a dillydally day!


If you've not sent me your mailing address please do so at kelly@kellyannsquilting.com...I know you are super excited to get working on these great patterns...and if you didn't win and still want to make one of a Pat's new patterns we do have them available on our website

Thank you for all the wonderful comments and if you are new to my blog thank you for stopping by and I hope to see you often...
Until Next Time
Be Creative
Kelly Ann



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  1. Kelly Ann, Thank-you so much for sharing Pat Sloan's Girls in the Garden with your customers. All of us at Bigfork Bay Cotton Company appreciate you so very much! Congrats to all the winners. And we so LOVED reading all the posts. It was a fabulous week! Thank-you! oxoxox

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  2. Wooo hooo, what a great way to end my day! I won!!! Thanks so much!

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