January AP Challenge Winner

February 22, 2012

The winner of the January AP Challenge prize drawing was Roper.Jessica!!  She choose the H Bag option 1. I have to say that I’m a bit in love with the lining. I was working on another bag and when browsing for lining fabric I saw a variation of this one. I’m glad that Roper.Jessica choose blue because I got to use the Butterflies. Here is the final product.


Option 1 uses Chris D’s Friends Family Square, I used Vanna’s Choice for yarn in Silver Blue and Colonial Blue, K size hook. So without

December AP Challenge Winner

January 10, 2012

The winner of the December AP Challenge prize drawing was Marcincukswife1.  Here is what she chose as her prize.


She decided on the Stashbuster tote.  It was done in Red Heart Soft Chocolate and Toast.

November AP Challenge Winner

December 19, 2011

The winner was MICHELLEO0426!  She choose the Stashbuster Tote and informed me she likes earth tones such as browns and greens.  So here is her prize.

And the lining:

This was made using Red Heart Soft in Chocolate and Toast.

AP Challenge

December 13, 2011

I’ve made no secret of being on Weight Watchers in the past and I still participate in the message boards.  I’ve even been participating in a monthly challenge on one of the boards, an Activity Point Challenge.  This challenge doesn’t have winners, each person competes as it were against themselves.  We set a goal each month and strive to achieve that goal.  Last month I had a brilliant idea, as an incentive I would offer a prize of either crocheted hot pads or a tote bag.  Everyone who has meets or exceeds their goal was eligible to be entered into a drawing and the winner gets to choose which item s/he would like and in what color(s).  The choices available are:

 Starburst Hot pads

 Snowflake Hotpads

The H Bag using one of three patterns:

  Option 1

 Option 2

 Option 3

Or the Stash Buster Tote

Each month once the winner receives his/her prize I’ll post a picture here so everyone can what was chosen.

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