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Drumroll, please! The winner has been selected at random and the person receiving their iPhone kit of choice is…
Congratulations, Karen – please email your address to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which you’d like.
This has been a very interesting giveaway in terms of answers, so we may run this one again sometime…maybe soon! Stay tuned!
A few months ago, I was asked to create a wintry design for Cross Stitcher magazine, which is pretty much the leading publication in the cross stitch field in the UK. This is the design, all stitched up:
Simple, not too elaborate and recognisably Mso Funky. I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out. The issue came out this week and you can find it in most newsagents or read more about it here.
It’s been a while since we ran a competition, so here’s one to whet your appetite.
You can win yourself a cross stitch iPhone 4 case kit – any one of the 5 designs we have – you choose!
To be in with a chance of winning, simply leave a comment here telling us what your favourite design is.
From left to right, they are:
The competition will remain open until midnight GMT on Sunday 7th October. You can win an extra entry for following us and mentioning the giveaway on Twitter – we’re @misofunky.
The competition is open to international readers. So go on, give it a go! We’ll choose a winner at random after the closing date. Do spread the word.
There’s a wee mini sale going on just now – just a few little things but some bargains to be had! We need to make room for Christmas stuff. Yes, there, I’ve said it – CHRISTMAS.
I’m London-bound today, with my giant suitcase of awesomeness stuffed to the gunnels with kits, samplers and badges (and a bargain box of sale things), ready for a weekend of Renegade Craft Fair-ing.
I’ll be at Old Truman Brewery on Saturday and Sunday 15 & 16 September, 11-6 along with so many awesome designers it would make you weep. Do come along (and bring a tissue) if you’re in the vicinity!
The lovely Emily Mackey, aka Maxemilia, has designed a set of 6 beautifully delicate butterflies for you to stitch up.
Each one comes in a kit, with optional frame, and prices start from just £15.50, so they won’t break the bank, either.