Two Truths and a Lie with Violet Craft – the big reveal!

On Friday we posted three statements about Violet Craft and asked you to guess which one is a lie. Here they are again, with the answers!

1. Violet Craft is my real name.

True. I married into the name Craft. My maiden name is Violet Baalman. No one believes Violet Craft is my real name!

2. I started sewing at a very young age and learned to sew with the help of my great-grandmother. 

Lie. I bought my first sewing machine with my high school graduation money and sort of taught myself to sew when I was skipping my college courses One of my first projects was reupholstering a couch in patchwork! I pretty much put the machine away for about ten years until I was pregnant with my first daughter.

3. It took me seven years to complete my undergraduate degree. 

True. I changed majors and colleges multiple times – Data Processing, Organic Chemistry, Pre-Medicine – before completely switching to Business. I have a Bachelor’s of Administration in Computer Information Systems with emphases in Finance and Marketing from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas. Go, Tigers! I did stints at Dodge City Community College (Go, Conquistadors!) and University of Kansas (Rock Chalk Jayhawk!) Even though I didn’t graduate from KU, I will always consider myself a Jayhawk AND a Tiger! You might notice no mention of art in there… because there is none. I have no formal education in art, but grew up in a home filled with art, music and crafting, Kansas style

Here is our randomiser:

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Out of 54 entries we had 24 correct guesses! The 24th correct guess was Hannah! Congratulations, Hannah, you’ve won this fat quarter bundle of Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge!

Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge by Violet Craft

A big thank you to everyone who played! Who would you like us to play Two Truths and a Lie with next?

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