Saturday, March 8, 2008

Hawaiian Rainbow Basket Giveaway Winner


The winner of the Hawaiian Rainbow Basket Pattern and four fat halves of Hawaiian fabric is Laura S. Yay, Laura S.(no blog)! Laura had to contact me separately by email because her connection would not let her leave a comment on Blogger after three tries, so she was added manually to my list--dead last. But the random number generator picked the very last number as the winner, so congratulations to Laura S.!

Since there were so many lovely comments and commenters, I picked three runners-up from the list, also by random number generator. The runners-up will receive one of my patterns, and four fat eighths of Hawaiian prints. The runners-up chosen were:

Runner Up: Melinda (Happy Anniversary, Melinda! Love the red pancakes...)

Runner Up: the Calico Quilter

Runner Up: Mardeen in Colorado (also no blog..."yet" she says. Mardeen! We want you to have a blog so we can see what you do with your fat eighths!)

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to all the commenters. I sincerely wish I could send each one of you a big ol' piece of Hula Pie! Mahalo nui loa to all and better luck next time.

18 comments:

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Try, try again! Congratulations to the lucky winners, you're so generous... now,that hula pie looks scrumptious!!

The Calico Quilter said...

Now, don't get me wrong - as a runner-up I'm really looking foward to her pattern and fabric - but could she FedEx that PIE?

Tine said...

Congratulations to the lucky winners! Now I can go back to focusing on my UFO's :-D

Suzy Quilter said...

Congrats to all! What fun you will have with the pattern and fabrics! :o)

Mar said...

Congrats you lucky duckies! Lisa, thank you for the great giveaway!

Vicky said...

Huge congrats to all the winners! Lisa, this was an awesome give-away! You're the best!

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Congrats to all your winners. Such a lovely story. You may encourage these girls to start blogs. They are fast increasing. Such a great, generous world out there.

Melinda said...

Oh wow. This is just awesome!

Hugs,
Melinda

DebbieKnitter said...

Hi!! hope you don't mind my leaving a comment, I followed your blog here from my friend Happy Handworks :) I just wanted to say I like your blog, all of your photos are very pretty:)

Salem Stitcher said...

Congrats to the winners! We'll all be waiting to see the finished quilts!

cinnamongirl93 said...

Congratulations to the winner! How are the socks coming along? What do you think about Idol? I really liked the re-make of the Lionel Richie song Hello. Of course David sounded great as usual! I think the guys might just win this time!

anne from finland said...

Congratulations to all lucky winners! Lisa you are so generous with so many prizes! We get every day more snow... It is so nice to see your pictures from Kauai!!! My holiday finished, so back to work again.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

A big old congratulations to your winners!! And that hula pie is looking mighty yummy!!!! We have a Duke's here at the beach too. Wonder if they have that pie??

Laura in IA said...

Count me as lucky! Must be getting close to St Patrick's day. And to think it was my very first visit to your sight. Thank you Lisa. I can hardly contain myself. I was just enjoying the day we spent "out" on your blog. You see, every Sunday evening we get big wet snowflakes which make the ground bright and sparkly, but it seems like it has gone on forever this winter. This ray of sunshine from Hawaii will take care of the SAD here. Thanks again. Laura
P.S. It was gracious of Blogger to let me in for a thank you.

Mary Anne said...

Congrats to the winners !!! (and they better NOT be getting the pie too ....)

Cath said...

Yaaay! Congrats to the winners! And Lisa, you are JUST a doll for expanding the contest!!

*Angie said...

Congratulations to all the Lucky Winners! and Lisa you are just so nice to everyone! That Hula pie sure looks wonderful too!

happy zombie said...

Yeah to the winners! A toast over hula pie. Ok, no Hula Pie at my house. But I do have some Diamond Crackers and a gallon jug of Aloha Shoyu on hand. Clink. Crunch. Cheers!