Winner of Fair Isle Style

by ysoldateague October 03, 2013 1 min read

Oops, I took a few days off to do things around the house and spend time with a friend who just had a baby (narrowly avoiding Strokkur being puked on!) and forgot to draw a winner for the Fair Isle Style contest. But now, I’m happy to announce that the winner is Raveler Dyddgu– we’ll be in touch to arrange getting your copy of the book to you. Thanks to everyone who entered, I hope you’ll check out this wonderful book even if you didn’t win.  

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