#100days100blocks2017 Winner Announcement
Woohoo! congratulations to our first block of 10 winner.
Amitié Textiles carries a huge range of inspiring fabrics suitable for patchwork, dress making, quilting, home décor and other craft and sewing projects. We specialize in Japanese and international designer fabrics that appeal to the young in years and young at heart. Our fabrics appeal to both the sophisticated and the traditional sewist.
Service for our online and in-store customers is important to us. Because of this, our staff are carefully chosen for their sewing skills, and their commitment to provide the best shopping experience to our customers. Whether you need assistance in choosing a fabric, or help with your latest sewing project, we are always happy to help.
Prize: Amitie Textiles has kindly donated a $100 Gift Certificate.
You can find Amitie Textiles in the following placeson the web or social media: Instagram | Website | Facebook
Please note: The prize is open internationally. Winner is responsible for own insurance and custom charges where applicable.
Entry Requirements: Completed and posted blocks 1 – 10, used the correct event hashtag #100Days100Blocks2017 on all block photos and followed the full list of sponsors.
Congratulations Ruth, you have 48 hours to claim your prize, please contact Angie to coordinate claiming your prize. Unclaimed prizes may be reallocated at the discretion of the event coordinator.
Our next winner will be announced at Block 25 so be sure to keep sewing and posting your blocks.
I’m loving seeing all the varied blocks as they are posted, keep them coming.
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