Tuesday, November 15, 2011

A winner and giveaway III

I did a quick draw this time, so no pictures of chubby little hands. The winner is Wooly Stuff! Congratulations to you, Jasmine, and let me where to mail this yarn to!

The next giveaway is very special and it is hard for me to part with this wonderful yarn. It is New England Shetland, 2 skeins of 50g each fingering yarn. 100% pure wool. And listen to this: it is made in Harrisville, NH. I don't know how many mills there are in Harrisville, but it might be the one and only where Brooklyn Tweed's yarns are made.


It is enough for a smaller shawl, some nice mittens or who knows else what. I'll be choosing the winner next Tuesday, November 22, 2011, at 9 am GMT. Good luck, everyone!

16 comments:

  1. Koks grožis... Bandau, gal šį kartą pasiseks. Nuostabūs siūlai, būtų galima ką nors labai gražaus ir šilto numegzti.

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  2. You are parting with more yarn? I;m in. I just ordered my first Brooklyn Tweed Shelter yarn, so it would be great to have some more Harrisville yarn to compare!

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  3. You are such a dear to part with this yarn! Shelter is one of my favourites, lovely and sheepy. Would love to win this!

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  4. http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/gallery/2011/nov/15/knitted-olympic-stars-in-pictures#/?picture=381727396&index=9

    nuoroda tau ;)

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  5. So many generous giveaways...how kind of you!

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  6. O mama, atsilaikiau prieš visus pasiūlymus, bet pamačius šiuos siūlus net kvėpuot nustojau...

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  7. What a fantastic giveaway. I *love* Harrisville yarns. Fingers crossed...

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  8. That's so cool! That's the first time I've ever won anything :) I'll email you my address.f

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  9. It *is* the same place as the BrooklynTweed yarns are made - and the beautiful ones of Danish designer Vivian Høxbro as well; her yarns come with the same labels as your yarn, but she has her own colourways as far as I understand. Beautiful yarn, but also quite pricey, so I'd love to win those two :)

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  10. It looks lovely - I would love it to make some gloves for my husband. Thanks for the giveaway - especially when it's so hard to part with :)

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  11. Oh, I LOVE that yarn. It's just so WOOLLY.

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  12. Beautiful yarn, can't believe you're willing to part with it!

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  13. You are so generous! This yarn is so unusual!

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  14. Such pretty yarn! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  15. Owww, delicious! Such a generous give away!

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  16. It's so beautiful! I know it's hard to destash, but I love that you're doing it this way. I may have to share some more yarn on the blog.

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