Progress

Oct
5


Look! I’ve got my dining room table turned back around the right way. I’m making progress here!


Thank you all so much for joining in the fun with the door prizes. I wish you all could have been at the party, but this is the next best thing. Be sure and check out the Crafts page today where I show you how to make the soap from the party soapmaking demonstration.

Here are all the door prize winners:

Door prize #1 winner: For the first calendar, #50, northcountrygirl.
Door prize #2 winner: For the lavender and basil soap, #118, Sarah K.
Door prize #3 winner: For the jelly and marmalade, #46, Katie.
Door prize #4 winner: For the alpaca yarn, #95, Kelly.
Door prize #5 winners: For the BBBs, #98, pdelainey and #10, Charley.
Door prize #6 winner: For the second calendar, #60, Bonnie.

Winners, email me at CITRgiveaways(at)yahoo.com with your full name and address for shipping!

P.S. You can buy the 2011 CITR calendar here: Buy a CITR calendar, keep Clover in cookies!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 5, 2010  

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  1. 10-5
    7:46
    am

    Is that a quilt you have covering the table or is a table cloth? Either way it is beautiful!

  2. 10-5
    7:48
    am

    It’s a quilt!

  3. 10-5
    7:54
    am

    :woof:
    Good morning Suzanne,
    Would you priny the link on this post where we can purchase one of you calendars?
    Thank you,
    JOJO

  4. 10-5
    7:55
    am

    :woof:
    PRINT–I meant print! Typing in the dark is not easy!

  5. 10-5
    8:04
    am

    Just added the link to the post! Thanks, JoJo!

  6. 10-5
    8:33
    am

    i love this blog :sun:

  7. 10-5
    8:43
    am

    I received my 2011 calendar Friday, and it’s wonderful. I look at last years everyday, as it’s where I keep track of my life. This month’s picture, btw, on the 2010 calendar is the lovely Clover wearing her witches hat. Can’t wait to see her decked out this year.

  8. 10-5
    8:50
    am

    Looks like I need to buy another calendar! Mine came in the mail, I opened it and looked at the babies and put it on the dining room table. I’m in the kitchen washing dishes and I here my 4-year-old son saying Awwwww, a baby cow! Awwwww, wittle duckies! Ooooh, baby sheeps!!! Then he tucks it under his arm and disappears into his bedroom and I haven’t seen my calender since!

  9. 10-5
    10:00
    am

    Hey Suzanne!

    Here’s another link to see some more pictures from your party. http://wvtreasures.blogspot.com/2010/10/citrp-dogs.html :woof: Boomer made a new friend! :woof:

    Angela :wave:

  10. 10-5
    10:13
    am

    I slept through the whole thing (I work nights). No fair!

  11. 10-5
    10:15
    am

    I love this photo. That beautiful farm table in that wonderful, farmhouse kitchen, with the early fall lighting and the rain on the windows. Basially, I’m jealous.

  12. 10-5
    11:25
    am

    The party looked like so much fun. Congrats to all the winners! Suzanne, your table looks so pretty with that quilt on it.

  13. 10-5
    11:37
    am

    Congrats to the winners! I would say life should be settling down now that you aren’t getting ready for the party, but with as many fur babies as ya’ll have – I know from personal experience that is not so!

  14. 10-5
    11:38
    am

    Thanks to KentuckyFarmGirl I realize I’d better order 2 calendars up front – one for me and one for my grandson!

    Your Fall table looks wonderful.

  15. 10-5
    11:38
    am

    Did you mention how many people came to the party and I missed it?
    Your table looks in very good condition just a couple of days afterward- and the quilt came through without a stain?
    I’ve said it before, but you are a very brave woman, Suzanne!

  16. 10-5
    11:55
    am

    Suzanne, would you tell us about the pattern on that quilt? It looks like sailboats, or ??? And it looks like there are words embroidered on each square, too. I bet that quilt has a story.

  17. 10-5
    11:59
    am

    PS It looks cold and wet outside your window. A good day to bake something yummy and then settle down with a hot drink and a good book. After you milk the cow and feed the goats and chickens, of course. Brrr.

  18. 10-5
    12:29
    pm

    Thank you, Angela! Great pictures! Well, we might have given you Casper, you know……

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