Thank you to those of you who ventured a guess at the name of my crocheted dog I was offering up as a prize to the correct guesser on Saturday at the fund raising Christmas Fair for Twilight
The good news is, I managed to get thirty people to have a guess for one euro each.
This meant thirty euros for the old and disabled dogs so I was delighted because the yarn had been given to me by a friend so cost me almost nothing and it was a project I did in the evenings in front of the T.V. as a practise run for a stable (kennel?) of smaller dogs which I took along with me to the fair in the hopes of getting a few more euros for the cause.
Of course these breeds are instantly recognisable – 🤣 – but should you need help, from L to R there is a West Highland Terrier, a Border Collie, an English Bull Terrier, a French Bulldog and a Chocolate Labrador.
The Westie sold, together with ……..
the Labrador – a lady bought them for her twin grandchildren.
I have a belated request for the Border Collie and somebody wants me to make a pair of Chihuahuas. I’ll have to think about that and it might not be before Christmas.
The even better news is that we raised a record amount of money for Twilight
I think the fact that it was a beautiful, crisp, sunny day helped and, as ever, it was the cake stand that took by far the most money. Mr. Tialys popped in and bought a ginger cake, a carrot cake and three Bakewell slices so he did his bit and has been gracious enough to share them with me and Mlle. Tialys the Younger.
The bad news is that none of my lovely readers guessed the correct name!
She is so obviously a ‘Tara’ but none of you guessed right.
However, using a truly fair and scientific method, I put all your names in a row on the floor
and decided that the first one Flo had a sniff at would be declared the winner. Well, I couldn’t find a hat.
I’m afraid she got a little over enthusiastic and didn’t stop at the sniffing stage.
However, I think you’ll agree there was an obvious winner.
So, congratulations ‘Line’, aka Pauline who blogs at ‘The Contented Crafter’. would you like a tea-towel or an apron? Email me at email@example.com and let me have your postal address.
Thanks everyone for playing along and having a bit of fun with me.