Friday, February 24, 2012

The Give Away!!

I'm done spinning nearly all my samples for the course!!  3 more 10 yard samples to go, then my final project, which is either moon socks or chimera mittens.  I'll make both and see which I like better.  I also have to put all the paper work together, and put it in my accordion folder, but I'm sooo close.  Not on my goal of March 1st at all,  but I'll be done by the end of March, which is great!  So what does this mean for you?

It's here, it's here, it's here!!  The give away is here!!  Yay free stuff!!

22g of beautiful silk Muwata, dyed by myself, inspired by my shells pin on pinterest.


Painted silk muwata

How to enter:

Step 1:  Become a follower! If you follow already, yay!  And thanks!
Step 2:  Leave a comment!
Step 3: 1 extra entry for each: tweet and facebook share.  Please come back and comment that you did so!
This will give you 3 chances at these Muwata!  

Knitters & Crocheters!  This isn't just for spinners!  Check out how you can knit with these here:  http://youtu.be/stSgvbrcygA

This contest runs from February 24th- March 2nd at 6pm cst.  The Random number generator will choose a comment!  Good Luck!

~Kara

GIVE AWAY CLOSED!  THE WINNER IS JENNIFER BEAMER!  Check out the action here.




16 comments:

  1. Yay! I just finished doing a giveaway on my FB! :)

    1) Followed
    2) Posted to FB and Twitter

    Those hankies remind me of what water can look like on a windy, sunny day. Good luck and I hope you get more followers! :)

    Jen
    http://www.expertlydyed.com
    http://www.expertlydyed.etsy.com

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    1. ah! to bad I missed your give away! that's some gorgeous top! Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Of course I follow your blog. I'm your biggest fan! Too bad I don't twitter or fakebook, though... I did love seeing these on FF today. I was thinking, damn, I'd like to get my hands on some of that, even though spinning from hankies intimidates me. They are lovely, they really are.

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    1. had I not seen you here, I would have thought something terribly amiss. They aren't as scary to spin as you would think! Quite fun, actually. You just need to get your hands on some to see :D Good luck!

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  3. That would spin into beautiful yarn! I am following you on Twitter and have re-tweeted.

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    1. I can see it in my mind, too. Who ever wins it is going to have some really pretty yarn! Thanks for entering, and Good luck!

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  4. I would love to make some mittens like Yarn Harlot did from these! They are soo my colors! :)

    Also, I am a late-bloomer when it comes to blog following, so I hope I did everything right!

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    1. Thanks for following! I wish you luck!

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  5. I'm a follower now! Those are my colours...I would love to win!

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  6. Congrats on finishing your assignment! Your mawata is lovely!

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    1. Thank you! it feels good to be so near completion of the whole level. Also thank's for the complement :D

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  7. Hi Belladune! I just learned about your blog through the Fiber Friday thread this week. I'll be a regular reader now. :)

    The hankies are gorgeous. Congrats on being done with your level soon.

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    1. Hi Laughing Lark! Nice to see you here!
      Thank you!

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