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Monday, November 15, 2010

SURPRISE! Enter to win an original MARGO PETITTI SCARF!

Just click here for a chance to win!

In late October I mentioned that I was planning a surprise for all of my blog visitors.  I appreciate each and every one of you and love to read your comments and receive your emails.  To thank everyone, I'm delighted to say that I have an original MARGO PETITTI SCARF for one lucky visitor!  
Margo is a young up-and-coming fashion designer from Rhode Island who currently has a booth at the Grand Central Station Holiday Event in New York City.  Ms. Petitti's scarves are all one of a kind, handmade in the USA. 

This one is the GROVER, which is a gorgeous patchwork of Italian suiting fabrics.  It's a blend of wool, camel hair, alpaca and cashmere and measures 10 inches wide by 80 inches long.  It retails for $210. You can view others from her collection by visiting her website, or stop by her booth at Grand Central and tell her hello from me!

To enter for a chance to win this gorgeous scarf, just click here and send me an email with your name.  The lucky winner will be chosen on December 15th at 3:00 pm and will receive the gift wrapped scarf in time for Christmas. 

Thank you, Margo, for making this possible!  And thanks to all of you for reading my blog. 

Good luck everyone and remember to send your email to


  1. Love it. Great looking booth. I wish her much success. Excited about the drawing. Even without the contest, I love your blog.

  2. What are the dates for her booth? Time and dates, please?

  3. Michael, the Grand Central Station event runs from November 15th through Christmas day and they're open daily from 10:00 am until 8:00 pm. They only day they're closed is Thanksgiving. My son, Bill, designed the booth. Lynn

  4. I'm going to post about it on Facebook. I love the idea of supporting small, independent designers. I have a lot of "friends" in the greater NYC area, and no doubt many of them pass through G.C. daily. So I guess my Facebook post could be called a public service announcement. ;-)

  5. Michael, after I read your book I felt like I wanted to sit down and have a cup of coffee and chat; you were so friendly and funny! I guess I wasn't wrong in my first impression....that was so nice of you to do. Thank you, thank you and I'm sure Margo will thank you. Happy Thanksgiving, Lynn