Pincushions Winners: Week 3 & 4

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With five days of April left (Seriously? How did that happen?), we're almost finished with the 30 Days of Pincushions Giveaway. And because I somehow managed to forget to put up last week's winners, we've got an extra helping of names to announce.

Here's our third and fourth batch of winners. Without further ado:

The Lemon Slice Pincushion provided by Claire Payne goes to: Katie B.

The Mouse and Daisy Pincushion provided by LifePieces goes to: Oona

The Perfect Pear Pincushion provided by PinPinn goes to: Audrey

The Cocka Doodle Dot Stacked Pincushion provided by Quay & Co goes to: Emily M

The Felted Cupcake Pincushion provided by Nimblejacks goes to: Judy Roberson

The Tomato Pincushion provided by A Fashionable Stitch goes to: Emma

The Wrist Pincushion provided by A Fashionable Stitch goes to: Amy

The Lavender Bag & Pincushion provided by Strand Redesign goes to:  MsCleaver

The Amigurumi Squirrel Pincushion provided by Minibytes goes to: Helena

The Teddy Bear Pincushion provided by Keller Chin goes to: Stephanie

The Blue Ouch Ouch Pincushion provided by Karen Hilton Designs goes to: Tia

The 1930s Reproduction Pincushion provided by Homespun Sprout goes to:  Elise

The Petite Paris Roses Petal Wrist Pincushion provided by Mia Lucci goes to: Sue

The Ring Pincushion provided by The Finicky Frog goes to: LP

The Patchwork Doily Pincushion provided by Moose and Bird goes to: Beth

The Wool Felt Flower pincushion provided by Hey MieMie goes to: Farah 

Congratulations, Katie, Oona, Audrey, Emily, Judy, Emma, Amy, MsCleaver, Helena, Stephanie, Tia, Elise, Sue, LP, Beth and Farah! Please contact me with your postal address so we can get these in the mail.

Don't worry if you didn't win! You have six (five plus a bonus) more chances! Thanks again to the sponsors of each giveaway. Please support independent Etsy sellers by shopping handmade and the lovely goods that these gals create! And if you did win, please take the time to blog your prize!

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Mena Trott

Mena Trott started The Sew Weekly to document her attempt to sew all of her own clothes in 2010. Since then, she's made over 125 outfits and has way more clothes than she needs.