Friday, February 1, 2013

Big Bag of Yarn Giveaway!

I haven't held a giveaway in ages, so it's about time! I'm giving away many of the leftover skeins from my various knitting projects. I always seem to have at least a skein leftover when I knit sweaters because I don't know how much I will need when I stock up on yarn and I end up buying a bit too much. Here's what's in this pile:
  • 1 skein Mirasol Tupa
  • 1 skein Rowan Calmer
  • 1 skein Knit One Crochet Too 2nd Time Cotton
  • 1 skein Rowan purelife Revive
  • 1 skein Elsebeth Lavold Hempathy
  • 1.5 skeins Valley Yarns Northfield
  • 1 skein di.Ve Autunno
  • almost 3 skeins Fibranatura Heaven
  • 1 skein Awana Kancha baby alpaca -- I've never knitted with this yarn. I won it in a contest, but I never knit with that fine a gauge

Of this batch of yarn, my favorites are the Hempathy and the Northfield. I've knitted at least two garments with each of these yarns. I love the drape of the 2nd Time Cotton, and I've knitted at least two garments with it also, but it's a bit too thick a gauge for summer pullovers. It's good for summer cardigans though.

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment any time up until 12:00AM PST Monday February 11. Hmm -- that's just after the Lunar New year. Perhaps I will consider this a Lunar New Year giveaway!

Be sure to leave some clue as to how I can find you if you win. If your comment leads to your blog, that's good enough. Otherwise, a ravelry ID would work.

If you don't hear from me until then, Happy Year of the Snake!

15 comments:

Chelsea @ Garden-Me.com said...

What a generous giveaway! Thanks for the chance :-)
chels580 on Rav

Christie said...

I loves me a good yarn giveaway! What a great way to start the new month. :)

Ellen Bloom said...

WOW, Betty! You're giving away a FORTUNE in yarn. Don't you need a scrap-afghan? All of these colors would work well together with a soft ivory border!

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

Wow, that's a great selection of yarns! The only one I'm familiar with is the Fibranatura Heaven, and that is a very appropriate name. Thanks for the giveaway.

Elena Vo said...

Thank you for the generous giveaway! I am very new to knitting and crochet and would love to win this beautiful prize.

tariqsaleemrana at ya hoo d otcom

Karin Ishibashi said...

Wow, what an amazing giveaway. Thank you.
firefox 9 (at) prodigy (dot) net

asteride said...

You are generous, generous, generous! May the Year of the Dragon bring lot of joy to you!
asteride on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the review of the 2nd Time cotton. Drapable cotton is always welcome in my house for some reason. Even though it's not as elastic as wool, I love the result.

Chloe

Wehaf said...

Wow, I would love to make some hats and mittens out of all this!

urchiken at gmail dot com

Lauren Helen said...

This is beyond amazing! I've been wanting to start a new knitting project but am unfortunately broke (university... blech) so haven't been able to buy yarn in a while! I'll be keeping my fingers crossed!

lauren_the_cool [at] hotmail [dot] com

Lisa said...

Nice! I'd love to win! I'm kortirion on ravelry.

vicki howes said...

I just want to jump in and start a new project - this is a prize I can relate to. I was just looking for that special yarn to start something something. thank you for this giveaway!

Laura G. said...

What a nice way to end the week - the possibility of winning such wonderful yarn!

Caren Haug said...

They are all lovely shades! I'd love to win and use some for a charity project. Good luck to all!

iclipcoupons at gmail dot com

betty said...

Giveaway comments ended. Thanks for commenting!