Saturday, 25 October 2008

I Won A Prize!

Quick blowing of own trumpet: Doormat was awarded the prize for Contemporary Interpretation! Unfortunately, it looks as if I'll need to wait till next year to receive my prize as I can't get to any of the shows before the one in Birmingham, so I need to let the National Needlework Archive know that I would like the presentation to happen there and then. Meanwhile, my ego is enjoying the massage!

9 comments:

Annica said...

Congratulations! Well done!

THE WEST COUNTRY BUDDHA said...

Oh, very well done. I bet you're thrilled. Very exciting, but what did you win? (if you don't mind me asking that is)

Sue said...

I gather the prize is a small piece of engraved glassware, a copy of the Poetry in Stitches 2 Book and a commemorative certificate.

JaneO said...

Well done, Sue - don't forget to show us the award when you get it.

paulahewitt said...

congratulations - well done!

arlee said...

Awesome, Blossom! Well done!

Susan said...

Hi!
Congratulations from me too! I really love the controlled colors and the texture! It certainly deserves a prize.

I've really missed reading blogs and leaving comments during the past six weeks while at the MacNamara Foundation on Westport Island, Maine. The Foundation only has a dial-up connection. I had my own broadband but it was also slow. Since returning home on Sunday I've also been knee-high in work but told my husband Steve that this evening just had to be a time for me to surf on-line and especially to thank several of the people who left comments on my blog while I was gone. The comments really meant the world to me. Being around a group of highly educated, very articulate, and completely accomplished, professional artist can be a bit intimidating. The support and encouragement I found through blog comments were often my strength. Thank you so much for being part of all that positive energy!
Susan

Sara Lechner said...

Congratulations, Sue, I just discovered this!

Geraldo Maia said...

Sue,
From Brazil a friendly hello with my best wishes:
Geraldo