Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Let's try this again: Contest / Yarn Giveaway

Ok here we go again. 

At Stake: 2 balls Gedifra India
Rules: You must comment on a recent post to be entered and you must include, in your relevant comment, what you think you want to do with this yarn:Gedifra India, a fun novelty yarn that works best held together with another yarn. I made a winter hat with a similar yarn and held it together with some very plain white merino wool (sorry no pic's, I already gave it away.) Contest is open to anyone in the contiguous United States. This means that if you live outside the contiguous United States and want to comment, great, but you will not be eligible for the contest. Sorry.

One winner will be drawn at random from qualifying posts on Wednesday June 3rd. All posts must be in by midnight EST on May 31st. One entry per person, however if you refer someone and they mention you, both parties will get another entry.

**Don't forget to leave contact info for me in case you win. ( i.e blog link, email...)**

I think that's it. Good Luck!

UPDATE- SO it seems a few people are having trouble leaving comments and I have no idea why so if you email me at kookababy at and let me know A: that you had trouble and what kind and B: what you were going to post.


Life Story Archivist said...

I am loving that yarn! I crochet long scarves in a kind of open pattern that leaves nice spaces for weaving into. Doing it that way makes for a really nice drape and looks like no other scarf I have ever seen on anyone else. And "novelty" yarns are the best to use in the weave because they are light and fun without making the scarf bulky. Plus they are so just cute yarns!

I am loving the blog and the sweater bunnies and wish you all the best. You have great ideas and getting the word out there is the best way to get business.

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

I think this yarn would be great to pretty up a pair of slippers. Since they need to be hard wearing slippers are usually made from plain yarns, this would be a nice accent. Blogged about your contest so I hope to refer a few folks your way.

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One Sheep said...

That yarn looks like a lot of fun, I like the puffballs. I think it would be wonderful to knit some sort of toy. All the texture would be a nice addition. I came here from Kitten WAW's blog.

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another test because it seems comments are not working for all.