11 October, 2008

Want Some Yarn?

I held a blog contest to give away some yarn about a week and a half ago. The first two winners, using the random number generator, have not claimed their yarn, so I'm opening the contest back up. It's probably my fault since I didn't tell you what you would have to do to claim the yarn.

Here's what you have to do:
  1. Post a comment telling me what you would like to do with the yarn. If you entered the contest before, you can simply copy and paste your comment so you don't have to write a new entry. Make sure you leave a comment on this post, not the original post.
  2. CHECK BACK to see if you won. The contest will end tomorrow evening (Sunday, October 12) at 9:00 P.M. EST. I will post the winner with instructions for contacting me via e-mail within a certain time frame.
Happy posting!


DebsCrafts said...

I know what I'll do with at least the homespun. I have been loom knitting hats for charity and I just finished one with homespun and I LOVE how it came out. I hated crocheting with it, but it works great on a knitting loom.


Grandmaof6 said...

I do knitting for the local hospital--infant caps, chemo caps, prayer shawls. I also knit for the Pregnancy Helpline.


Kenyetta said...

My 12 yo and her friends are doing charity knitting for the nursing homes around here, I would give the yarn to her.

KJo said...

I would make Amigurumis and probly knit some things for my family (hats, figerless gloves ect.). Also i would more than likely make some Handmade RAKs! I'd really have a use for the Carrot yarn.
Thanks, for the chance to win some yarny goodness!

(on Ravelry)

Angele said...

With the cold winter coming our way, I would use the Vana's Choice to knit hats and mittens for the local school as many kids go to school daily without hats or mitts to keep them warm.

Marlitharn said...

I would knit cool hats, scarves, and fingerless mitts for my best friend's brood of foster kids (some of whom have never even had a birthday cake, let alone anything hand-knitted!)

Stacy said...

Definitely would use the yarn for my kids at work in need of scarves. ;-)