Raffle results

Last week I presented a spindle case raffle. The winner would get an embroidered spindle case made by me and the ticket money would go the Centro de textiles tradicionales del Cusco, the CTTC, in Peru. Today we have the raffle results!

79 people entered the raffle, which would mean that you raised 395 USD. But 11 of you decided to donate more than the 5 USD ticket fee, so the total sum you raised is 443 USD! That is amazing and I can’t thank you enough. I emailed with Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez, founder of the organization and she asked me to thank you all for your generous donations.

The spindle case was the perfect container for the raffle tickets.

Now, for the winner in the raffle: My daughter helped me draw the winning name. The winner is

Susan P.

Congratulations Susan! I have contacted Susan but she hasn’t replied yet. Please get back to me so I can send you your prize!

The spinning community is built by such generous and kind souls and I am so happy to be part of it. You all help me become a better spinner. So once again, thank you for your generosity.

Happy spinning!

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  • I support Centro de textiles tradicionales del Cusco, a group of talented textile artists in Cusco, Peru who dedicate their work to the empowerment of weavers through the revitalization and sustainable practice of Peruvian ancestral textiles in the Cusco region. Please consider supporting their work by donating to their causes.
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