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Winner of Sharp Crochet Hook!!!

I'm so excited now!
I am just about to test a fortune of all of you fellow crocheters who entered for this giveaway....
I'm using the True Random Number Generator for this purpose.



The winner is....................




The 3rd person in the comment thread -

"Anonymous" person who wrote "happily-hooking" !

Congratulations!!!


Please email me your information to me (my email address is in the right column under "About Me") so I can get your Sharp Crochet Hook mailed to you :)

All who didn't win, I'm very sorry...  BUT!  If you would really like to have one, it's available here :))) ---> http://www.sharpcrochethook.com/order-crochet-hooks.html

Thank you everyone who participated in the giveaway!!!

Happy stitching,


Comments

Anonymous said…
I'm so excited!!!! I've never won anything! Thank you so much for this opportunity. The first thing I want to try is the christmas tree card. Will let you know how it turns out and will post picture.

...happily-hooking & excited winner
Chie said…
Congrats happily-hooking!!
Can't wait to see your Christmas Tree card :)

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