Smitten Winner Number Two


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Thank you, once again, for pinning and all of your wonderful comments over at my eHow Upcycled Sweater Dress Tutorial.

As promised, I chose one lucky pinner to win this pair of Smittens made from the left over sweater pieces. (Click here for the Smitten tutorial)

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And the winner is……….all the way from the frosty, frigid, freezing plains of North Dakota,

Mary Ellen Reimers!!!!

Congratulations, Mary! I hope these Smittens will help you stay warm this winter. Send your address to me at bhunting@eoni.com and I’ll get them to you ASAP.

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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12 Responses to Smitten Winner Number Two

  1. Karen Barnes says:

    I am new to your site and absolutely love what you do with clothing and sweater. I make stuffed snowman and owls using sweaters and love what I do. It is proving quite successful also. I am dedicated to reusing, repurposing and recylcling. Luck to you. Karen from British Columbia, Canada

  2. Beth Huntington says:

    Hi from Connecticut!

    I’ve been enjoying your blog and instructions/ ideas.

    I just noticed that your return email is bhunt…

    That’s my work (hospital) email address. I’m wondering, if you don’t mind, if your surname is Huntington.

    Thanks for all of the cool ideas,

    Beth Huntington

    Sent from my iPad

    >

    • Hi Beth,
      Huntington is my married name, my maiden name was Crichton. I think we may have connected through Facebook a few years ago since we have the same name. My husband’s family was originally from Connecticut. JWP Huntington (Steve’s great great Grandfather) was the first to come to Oregon from CT. He was appointed by President Lincoln to be the first Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Oregon.

  3. Wondferful idea! This dress looks fantastic!

  4. Anonymous says:

    bello !!!

  5. Karin Penrod says:

    I would like some smittens!

    Karin Penrod Leadership Partners, Inc (651) 308-2891

  6. Such a cute dress on such a cute gal!🙂

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