Pyramid Pattern Progressing

Well here we are, Wednesday, and 7 names to go into the drawing.

Let’s start with the names folded into squares:
   and they go into a magic candle holder   then we need a willing blindfolded assistant   He draws the name: and the winner is…..holding my breath…

Anne of Tulle and Tweed in Scotland!!! And she thought she could not play the game because she lived so far north…you see what happens when you are minding your own business…your next assignment is to select a pattern or two or three and replace them with patterns from your own stash and offer the chance to more seamstresses and keep the collection rolling along and evolving.

Congratulations, Anne!!!

Please send your mailing address to me at and I will send your parcel off to you.

My readers can follow the progress on her blog and join in the fun.

Thank you to all who entered and better luck next time!

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10 Responses to Pyramid Pattern Progressing

  1. This pyramid is clocking up a lot of miles!

  2. Hey, Hey! thrilled to bits about this, firstly I never win anything and second cause that Butterick wrap is mine all mine!! Thank you Mrs M and your lovely assistant, and Anne of PG

  3. prttynpnk says:

    Does he help in the fitting room like this? It could assist you in getting rid of less desirable clients in a timely manner….

    • mrsmole says:

      No Anne, but he will answer the phone for me and give them messages and if I am out he will hand over garment bags of finished clothes to them. He has his own home office in the front of the house and can see them coming up the path. We were pen pals for 30 years, me in Los Angeles and him in Liverpool but we never knew we were eventually going to be together in later life. Now almost 20 years later we are still crazy for each other.

  4. prttynpnk says:

    Reblogged this on Pretty Grievances and commented:
    We have another winner!! Run over and see Mrs Mole and her prize picking cutie!

  5. Ruth says:

    Having read most of your adventures in the sewing room – your able assistant also is extremely full of common sense – a rarity – keep him!

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