Saturday, July 30, 2011

My first knitting pattern and a giveaway

In honor of my first written knitting pattern, I would like to offer a giveaway.  I would love to send the winner two knit jar cozies and the jars and lids to go with them.  Anyone is welcome to enter!  You can enter up to 3 times:
1.  Check out the jar cozy pattern here and return here to leave a comment (if you let me know which variation is your favorite, I'll be sure to include it if you win).
2.  Follow this blog and let me know in a comment.
3.  Share this giveaway or the pattern with your friends (via your blog, facebook, etc.) and let me know.

Thanks to all who entered, shared, and visited here!  The giveaway is now closed.  And the winner is...
Jen Yates
(and thanks to Camille, who wrote out each individual entry and drew the winner.  She has experience from her own tribble giveaway back in March :)

20 comments:

  1. Very cool! I don't think I'm yet ready for more than dishclothes and scarves when it comes to knitting, but this is something to put on my list for later. :o)

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  2. One of the many things on my personal To Do list is to one day, finally, learn how to read a knitting pattern! I look at them and feel like I'm reading chess moves. (Which I also can't read). Ack, and woe!

    Tell me it's not hard, Nikole! Tell me I can do it! Because then, when you send me these wonderful things (that being when I win the giveaway out of Pure Luck and Hard Wishing), I'll be able to make more for my envious family and friends. THAT I would love.

    Thanks for the wonderful pics and patterns! Now, to do some Learnin' so I can play too :)

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  3. Helena, It's not difficult, but depending how you learn best, a Person can be much better than a Book for helping you decipher knitting patterns. I wish you could just pop by and then I could show you :)

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  4. I follow your blog and shared the knitting pattern on FB! I love the one in the middle!!!

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  5. Reminds me of my phish tour days when all i wanted was to macrame a water bottle holder. Hippie clothes have sneaky pockets not large ones!

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  6. I checked it out, liked it on facebook, and shred it as well! Good idea too gain more followers!

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  7. Oh, please enter my name. Well done on writing a pattern - I keep meaning to write a crochet one but I've not managed it yet. :o)

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  8. I thought I commented the other day!
    I love the jar cozy! So pretty.

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  9. I like the cozy with the strap. What a great idea.

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  10. Oh, and I follow on gfc

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  11. LOVE IT!!!..i'm finally an officially follower now;)..also liked ya on fb..thanks for your endless inspiration. it's a dream to have a lil' glimpse into your magical world. i love you..namaste sister

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  12. Beautiful! I don't know that I can knut something this awesome yet, maybe crochet? I posted the link on my facebook.

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  13. What a GREAT idea!!! I love the first one... what a great giveaway!!

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  14. I am a new follower!! So happy to have found your blog!

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  15. I shared this giveaway on FB!!

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  16. I shared this on FB and checked out your blog - beautiful! I love them all but I think the one with the strap is awesome and the "simple" one (the third one) looks so cozy for fall! I barely know how to knit but my 8 year old wants to learn so I may re-learning soon. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  17. Oh these are lovely! I drink from these sort of jars frequently also {only larger}. Thanks for the giveaway! I like the hole-y one and the one with the handle. cokelush at gmail

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  18. I'm a new follower and look forward to reading more of your blog. Your girls are adorable btw. Thanks! cokelush at gmail
    My GFC id is :)cokelush

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  19. i like the hemp one with the strap. what a fun idea!

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