Colorful Yarn Giveaway – December Edition!


Contest closed. Thank you! Winner has been announced in a separate post!

Hi friends!

Today, I am super excited to bring you a new giveaway!

One lucky reader can WIN all the colorful yarn shown in the picture. This time I have chosen Red Heart – Bella for you. It’s a kind of yarn that I like to use for its soft quality and very lovely color palette (I have used it to make quite a few projects, my Crochet Ripple Blanket being one of them).


To enter the giveaway, just let me know WHAT PROJECT WOULD YOU LIKE TO USE THE YARN FOR (leave your answer in the Comments section of this post; one answer per person, please).

Extra entries:

. Facebook (share the link to this giveaway with your friends on Facebook and leave a separate comment about it in the Comments section of this post)

. Twitter (share the link to this giveaway with your friends on Twitter and leave a separate comment about it in the Comments section of this post)

. Pinterest (pin the link to this giveaway on Pinterest and leave a separate comment about it in the Comments section of this post)

. Any Other Social Media (share the link to this giveaway on any other social media site of your choice and leave a separate comment about it in the Comments section of this post)

… So together you have many, many, many chances to win.

This giveaway is open till December 20, 2013 and it is open worldwide. The winner will be selected at random and will be announced and contacted shortly after.

Good luck, everybody!


Contest closed. Thank you! Winner has been announced in a separate post!


287 thoughts on “Colorful Yarn Giveaway – December Edition!

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    Laura Zellers says:

    I’m making slippers for all my family and friends this Christmas. Those colors would be awesome!!

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    Jen says:

    To crochet #5’s baby blanket!

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    Lisa Rogers says:

    Oh my! So many wonderful things to make for gifts for those needing them, like warm hats or gloves, etc. 🙂

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    Lisa Rogers says:

    Oh goodie, I’ve shared it on FB

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    Lisa Rogers says:

    And I’ve Pinned it. 🙂

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    Ivy Paquin says:

    I Would Make A lot Of Things Out Of This Yarn But For Now I Would Make A Baby Blanket For My First Daughter Who Is Due This January!:)

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    Linda Eagley says:

    I’m crocheting all my Christmas gifts this year. This would go a long ways towards extending my stash and variety to my gifts. I’ve only recently picked up my hooks after about a 20 year hiatus during which time I had gifted all my stash.

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    Lynn says:

    I would use it for shawls for our church shawl ministry.

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    Tamara says:

    I would love to make your colorful rug with the yarn if I win it. Hugs, Tamara

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    Mel Martin says:

    I would love to win the yarn to make the Christmas star balls

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    Jenny N says:

    I would make crocheted mini monsters out of the yarn! roar! >:D

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    Jennifer says:

    I’ve made both of my sons blankets that they keep in our van for really cold Colorado mornings. I would LOVE to use these beautiful colors to make my three year old daughter her own “van blankie”

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    shay rollins says:

    I would love these colors to start my grandbabies blanket. It would be my first big project.

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    Caroline Lee says:

    I’d make my cousins all snoods or scarves!

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    ann hoke says:

    I would be in heaven making flowers using your Big Flower pattern which I have just not the *right* colors of yarn!

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    Susan VH says:

    I plan to make a colorful granny square afghan soon…and I think a lot of your darling swirl flowers too! Love your blog – just discovered it today through Pinterest. :o)

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    Carolyn says:

    I’d knit up scarves. Thank you for the chance =)

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    DeAnna says:

    There is this super cute owl blanket I seen using the crocodile stitch….this would be perfect. Thanks for chance.

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    DeAnna says:

    Shared on FB. DeAnna Groves.

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    DianeM says:

    Thank you Petra for the chance to win your generous giveaway. These colors would make really nice granny squares or little coin purses 🙂
    Smiles, DianeM

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    Scarves and Hats!!!!! I love the colors!

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    Janet Ward says:

    I would make a blanket for my friend, she recently lost everything she owned in a house fire.

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    Sandra Willard says:

    Thank you for this amazing opportunity to win some yarn! I just discovered that my friend who recently immigrated here from Africa is pregnant with triplets! She is due in April and I need all the extra yarn I can find so that I can spoil her with some handmade gifts since she has so little and will be a first-time Mom in an extreme (but wonderful) way.

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    Sandra Willard says:

    Just tweeted it!

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    Christine says:

    Love the colours of this yarn. I would make a lovely ripple blanket like yours and matching cardigan and hat for my newborn girl.

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    Carolyn says:

    I would SO love yarn to be able to crochet an outfit for my darling nephew’s first Christmas !

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    Jocelyn Henderson says:

    I would like to use this yarn to crochet boot toppers and matching fingerless gloves for gifts and one set for myself. I work at home at a computer, and sometimes my hands and legs are cold from sitting for long periods of time. The extra warmth would be nice for our cold Wyoming days. I think that they would sell at our church bazaar, raising money for mission work.

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    Jocelyn Henderson says:

    Shared the link via Facebook!

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    Ofelia says:

    I would do a granny square blanket…with these colours it would be beautiful!!
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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    Ofelia says:

    Shared via Facebook.

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    Ofelia says:

    Shared via Twitter.

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    Ofelia says:

    Shared via Google+

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    Ofelia says:

    Shared via Pinterest.

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    Ofelia says:

    Shared via Tumblr (posted in my 2 tumblrs)

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    Renita P. says:

    I grew up with crochet but lost the passion after my mother died. I want to use this yarn as, basically, a new start-up package for projects like a mittens/hat set for my two year old. My husband wants a beret for some reason… I just want to recapture the serenity I had learning to crochet from my mother, and to hone my skills do that I can teach my daughter the craft when she gets of age. Thus bundle would greatly help with these new beginnings.

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    Renita P. says:

    Shared on Facebook!

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    Renita P. says:

    Pinned! Follow my Project D.I.Y. Blog on Pinterest!

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    Renita P. says:

    Shared on tumblr!

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    Lulu says:

    Petra those colours are absolutely wonderful!! I can see myself using them for a million tiny little projects (slippers, kiddy handbag, mobile/tablet pouches, flower attachments etc) instead of one big thing. Very generous of you & I hope it brings your blog much deserved extra traffic x

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    Lulu says:

    Shared on Tumblr! (LooneyFangirl)

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    Lulu says:

    Shared on Twitter! (another “Looney” username haha)

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    Me encantaría realizar una bufanda con gorro multicolor para mi hija, con estos colores estaría preciosa

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    Anne Haun says:

    Beautiful yarn – would love to make an afghan – probably a ripple.

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    Gaby Mayer says:

    I’d like to crochet a round mandala pillow, which is on my wishlist for that long…

    Thanks for this great giveaway


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    Gaby Mayer says:

    And Shared via Facebook

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    Gorgeous colors! Would certainly make a new baby afghan – so scrumptious!

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    It’s shared on Google+! :o)

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    fariba says:

    Dear Petra , What’s lovely colors . Thank you …………… 😉

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    Renata Arnold says:

    I love the colors!I would like to use this yarn to crochet boot toppers and matching fingerless gloves for gifts and one set for myself.

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    Renata Arnold says:

    Shared on FB. Renata Arnold

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    Terri S says:

    I would use them to make socks/slippers.

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    Cathy Barnes says:

    Love the colors, already made one ripple baby blanket, I have one more to go! These will be perfect!

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    Judy Hartzell says:

    I have never used this yarn! I have lots of hats to make for Christmas, I think this would be perfect! The colors are beautiful!

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    Rosina Smith says:

    What luscious colors you have chosen! I would make mittens and slippers for the Women’s Shelter with this yarn, as it is lightweight and washable, and such pretty colors!

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    boza-kroowka says:

    Uh the colors are screaming about christmas decorations such as santa for the Christmas tree

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    Edith George says:

    would like to share this yarn with my knitting and crochet group to make afghans, shawls, hats for vets, and/or homeless. As many items as the yarn will allow .

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    Denise Malbrough says:

    I’m thinking Pixie hats! The pastels for Springtime and beautiful red/white for last minute Christmas gifts for the little ones!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Merry Christmas Petra,

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    Brenda B. says:

    I would make a afghan of some sort–not sure which pattern.. Maybe ripple.. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Brenda B. says:

    Posted on Pinterest..

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    Brenda B. says:

    Posted on Facebook..

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    Julie Britt says:

    I have a new grandbaby coming in may and I want to make a blanket!!

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    Santafe says:

    Oh the things i would do… Probably a blanket, or hats and gloves… Too many choices!!

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    Santafe says:

    Shared on Pinterest!

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    Amanda C. says:

    If I won I would be tempted to turn all that yarn into a lovely ripple throw. I have a short attention span however, so it might end up becoming beautiful ripple scarves instead. Great giveaway! Good luck all!

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    Amanda C. says:

    Shared on Facebook!

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    Tanisha says:

    This would make a beautiful ripple blanket!

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    Carla S says:

    I would use it to make a colorful striped afghan.These are pretty colors.

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    Debra Taylor says:

    A ripple afghan

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    Andrea says:

    Beautiful yarn! I would use the yarn to make baby hats with matching sleep sacs!

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    Sheryl says:

    Posted on FB and Pinterest. I’ve never tried this yarn. It looks very soft. I love hats of all kinds but partial to slouchy hats. I would most likely make a slouch with matching scarf.

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    Liza Kirschner says:

    How beautiful those colors are! I have eight grandchildren and would love to crochet goodies for them!

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    Kathy R. says:

    I crochet blankets for Project Linus, so that’s what I would use the yarn for.
    Thanks for a chance to win it 🙂

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    Emily says:

    Pin name emily abreu

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    Emily says:

    I would crochet everything hair bow, hats, ornaments …….

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    Sam S says:

    The colours are so bright! I would use them to make many beautiful complex cable scarves!!

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    Maryanne Cadwell says:

    I would make hats and mittens for charity

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    I would crochet a variety of pillows: cylindrical, circular, an animal, a star and a heart. These are happy colors! I have also shared this contest on fb, twitter and pinterest. Congrats to whoever wins! <3

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    Beautiful yarn colors! I would make a Prayer Shawl with this yarn. Being that it is so colorful, it should bring joy to anyone who is suffering from an illness or injury…bringing
    the warmth of Jesus into their heart for healing!

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    Ioanna Nikolaou says:

    I love crocheting stuffed animals, so I could definitely use these beautiful colors for my stuffed animal collection!

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    margaret seigmiller says:

    I would use these lovely colours to crochet baby hats for the hospital.

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    Emme in OR says:

    I’m dying to make a fun circle veest!!!

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    Thanks for a great giveaway! I’d make a granny strip scoodie with these, and it would need pompoms. Yes, pompoms are a must in these colors 🙂

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    Kimberly Smith says:

    Such vibrant colors! I would knit a cozy cowl with a fun pattern!

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    Keely says:

    I would use it to make a super soft colourful scoodie for myself <3

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    Cindy Vanisi says:

    I would make a wonderful throw for my daughters home

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    Deb Colbert says:

    I would use them for colorful motifs to cover an ottoman.

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    Deb Colbert says:

    I shared on Facebook!!!

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    Emily! says:

    Hello! I would use the yarn for making hats for others and usually, over the winter i make infinity scarfs,hats,gloves,boot cuffs,etc,. Thank you and Happy Holidays!

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    Megan says:

    this would be great for a blanket!

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    Deb Colbert says:

    I pined this!!!

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    Deb Colbert says:


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    Deb Colbert says:

    I posted your giveaway on my blog. Would it be ok to include the picture of the yarn?

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    MAMIE WORNEY says:


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    Anne bartholet says:

    The rug of course

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    Cayla says:

    I would love to use this yarn on so many different projects–lots of hats and scarves and warm lovely things for the winter!

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    Corinne says:

    It’d be cute for so many things! Slippers, owls, amigurumi, blankets or those adorable ball pattern you came up with!

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    Sarah Spivack says:

    Hello! My grandmother recently taught me how to knit, and so I would attempt to make a hat with any yarn I received – although judging by how many holes were in the last scarf I made, I’d have to be really careful not to miss any stitches.

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    Trish says:

    Loving all the thoughts of creative crochet projects I could create with this yarn. I can see all sorts of things from pillow covers, tea cozies to slippers, hats and blankets and scarves, vests, appliques for things like cell phone covers. Gosh! There’s just so much one could create with all this lovely yarn.

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    Amy L says:

    I’d like to use this yarn to make a baby blanket. There’s always someone having a baby in our family, so I make blankets ahead of time. The colors are beautiful!

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    brunella says:

    I’d use it to start with Easter projects!!

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    I would love to make a pillow cover. I have 4 pillows in the cupboard that are crying to be made beautiful and put around the house.

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    Sorry forgot to say – posted on facebook, g+, pinned & tweeted

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    Tammy says:

    Would make really pretty fingerless mitts

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    Natasha says:

    I think winning this would be awesome! I on;y started crocheting 2 months ago and I really don’t have much yarn. I would love to make a pair of rainbow slippers or work on some amigurumi.

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    Christina says:

    I have just moved to NYC from Miami within the past 6 months to attend dental school at NYU. So as a student on a serious budget about to experience my first real winter… I would definitely be making some scarves. I could also use a hat or ear warmers, too!

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    Renee says:

    I would love to make a colorful pillow with these wonderful colors !
    Shared on fb. Hugs 🙂

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    Sarah says:

    I think I would use this yarn to make a baby blanket. The colors are wonderful!

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    Ivy Paquin says:


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    Samantha says:

    I would love to use this yarn for continuing to learn new techniques. I’m new to crochet!

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    Ginger says:

    I would love to have this yarn to make an afghan for my oldest daughter. 🙂

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    Gabriela says:

    Hi! I´d love to use that yarn in a blanket or a scarve and in so many other projects! Love your crochet works and your recipies are amazing. Thanks Peace love and crochet Gabriela

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    Bara says:

    Hi there,
    I would make a blanket for my friend’s little girl. 🙂

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    Abigail says:

    I have always wanted to try red heart yarn. I would like to make crochet keyrings for my friends and some baby booties for my new nephew/niece. Maybe with spare yarn I could also make a coaster for my nan. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Sofia M says:

    I would definitely make something for my baby girl, who is expected until January 1st!Lovely colors for baby projects!

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    Elaine says:

    With 3 babies due soon and a 3 year old grandson to knit for (just finished a hat today) I could use for any number of projects! (also charity projects)

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    Piroska says:

    I would use the gorgeous yarn for a bunting bag, for my baby grand-daughter.

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    Piroska says:

    I tweeted: @pippirose77

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    Piroska says:

    I shared on GooglePlus Piroska B

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    Petra Martin says:

    Such beautifully soft yarn would be perfect to make a bright and colourful jacket, hat and other accessories for my youngest grand-daughter for next winter. She will be 1 year old then. Perfect!

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    Georgie says:

    I would love this yarn to make a pretty ripple blanket.
    Thanks for the chance of winning this lovely yarn!

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    Georgie says:

    Liked and shared link Facebook.

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    MarKli says:

    I am looking forward to making the Simple Crochet Slippers for my 3 granddaughters, my daughter and daughter-in-law, and myself!

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    S.A says:

    To crochet whatever came to mind and have fun and relax while doing it.

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    MarKli says:

    I posted this GiveAway on my Pinterest board, “Yarn Work”.

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    Chelsea says:

    I’d use the yarn to make a baby blanket for my first ever nephew or niece, due in May!

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    Lisa says:

    I would love to use this to make up a nice colourful crocheted bag

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    Kimberly says:

    I would love to make some beanies!

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    Amanda says:

    I would start now making 2014 Christmas ornaments to give as gifts!

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    Kimberly Mills says:

    I would like to give it to my mom.

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    Kimberly Mills says:

    Shared on Facebook

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    Susan says:

    I would love to use the yarn for a bunch of little owls!

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    Susan says:


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    Susan says:


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    Susan says:

    Shared via email too 🙂

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    Nieves Martínez says:

    I would like to make your fantastic xmas balls!

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    Karen Zinda says:

    I would love to crochet a ripple blanket. I have tried a few times but haven’t had the right pattern for what I want to do.

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    Chelsea Tatro says:

    I’m still trying new things I have never crocheted before. I would love to make my 1 year old niece a colorful afghan for her nap time. I also want to try making slippers for my gram gram because her feet are always cold! I would like to make myself some mittens to match my bright green coat. There are so many things I want to make!

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    Mothermay says:

    In April 2014 I will become a great grandmother. In the next two or three years another of my grandchildren will be ready to start a family. At 85 there is no way of knowing whether I will be here to see and enjoy these wonderful additions to our family. Right now I am working on infant and baby clothes for April and to put away for the next event. i would like to make some toys and pillows that will not be outgrown but can be kept as reminders of those of us who are not and will not be here — and there are quite a few of us who will be represented by those colorful items.

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    Diane says:

    I tried knitting when I was younger and I think I have forgotten how to do it. But when I learned about your website and saw all your wonderful patterns, I want to give knitting a try again! I love your Christmas Crochet Ornaments! It’s perfect for the Christmas tree! 🙂

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    deb says:

    Just love the owl feather cushion…onto number 3 for my nieces.

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    Chelsea W says:

    I’ve been making supercute and colorful owl puffs. This would be great for that! THanks for the chance 🙂

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    Gina P says:

    I’d love to make some sweaters for my beautiful daughters (1 and 3 years old) and some toys too 🙂

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    elizabeth moore says:

    I would use the yarn to make hat and scarf sets for my whole family!

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    Karen Sargent says:

    I would use this yarn to make a baby blanket for my cousin!

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    Melanie Campbell says:

    Hi Petra,
    I have just purchased 5 of your lovely crochet patterns and with the yarn in your give away I will make the owl cushion for my 2 year old daughter.

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    Marlene Kliewer says:

    I posted your Giveaway on Pinterest!

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    Lulu says:

    I don’t have a Facebook account but I made my friend share it ;-P

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    Ally says:

    I’ve used this yarn to make a scarf and hat set before.. it’s very nice!
    I think I’d take advantage of the multiple colors and make some festive decorations, maybe some ornaments for the tree or a christmas wreath ^^

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    Christina Li says:

    I would like to use the yarns above to make maybe doilies,an afghan,or scarves.Just something to pass Christmas and this winter with.

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    Christina Li says:

    I pinned this.

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    carol lundy says:

    I am a new crocheter and I love making the hats with the pom pom and matching fingerless gloves. I would love to make my granddaughter a set. She would love it. See she is a girly girl so to speak—she loves to dress up with her
    lip gloss, and finger nail polish. With some fingerless gloves she can still showoff those pretty nails . She’s eight years old. I love all the colors.

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    aliyah says:

    I’d win this to give to my aunt to make me a hat for my birthday January 9th

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    Renee' Angevine says:

    Hi Petra! I would give them to my older sister, Pam, she’s partially blind and a paraplegic and she still can manage, to do crocheting! She crochets, these beautiful blankets and shawls, she gives them away, to family and friends, never asks for any money, she does it from her heart! She deserves them all and more!


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    Julie Lee says:

    I’d like to try a pinterest craft of yarn balls!

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    Kirsten Thomson says:

    Hi, i’d use it to finish making all the dr’s from dr Who. Kx

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    Maria says:

    Just shared it on Facebook and Pinterest

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    Wehaf says:

    I want to make some fingerless gloves and maybe a baby hat.

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    Emily says:

    Placemats, hats, flowers!

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    Emily says:

    Shared on FB!

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    Frida says:

    Hi! I would use the yarn to make bracelets and other little stuff to sell, and ALL income will go to in the battle against cancer. A couple of sweet ladies here in Sweden started this charity with the name and they are knitting and crochet all kinds of things from leftover and donated yarn and buttons. They encourage anyone that wants to help to donate their time, materials and love. If I win this is what I would like to do.

    They can also be found on Facebook as Garnkampen mot cancer


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    Ann says:

    Blankets for my grandkids or father who is in a nursing home and enjoys watching me crochet. Good luck to whoever wins!

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    Ann says:

    Shared on Facebook.

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    Would make a baby blanket if I won. Have a new grandbaby due in February.

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    Shared on Facebook

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    Shared on Twitter

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    Shared on Pinrest

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    Sharon bryenton says:

    I would like to make slippers for everyone!

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    Amanda R says:

    I would use the yarn in my hexagon blanket!

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    Danielle E says:

    I have a pattern for a flower granny square afghan that the yarn would be perfect for

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    I shared! Via Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest! I am pretty sure I would make garlands out of the yarn… Such a beautiful color combo!

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    Sonya says:

    I would like to crochet a set of hooded scarves for my nieces. They would be adorable!

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    Tressa says:

    I would like to give it to my beautiful caring friend who makes absolutely gorgeous things with yarn and deserves to have it…in my book. 🙂

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    Tressa says:

    I shared the giveaway on facebook for others to see!

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    Tressa says:

    Pinned it to Pinterest also!

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    mary anne says:

    saw this giveaway on pinterest and shared it on facebook
    I make hats and mittens for the homeless and could use all the yarn I can get my hands on…this winter is turning out extremely cold and people need these items desperately’
    TY Mary Anne M.

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    Connie Vaughn says:

    I would make a colorful ripple throw or maybe a Big colorful bag for my yarn!

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    Lesley M says:

    I have wanted to learn to knit, so this would be a great way to start!

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    Connie Vaughn says:

    I pinned this to pinterest. This is the link to it….

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    Connie Vaughn says:

    I also shared this giveaway on Facebook! 🙂

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    Ally says:

    Also pinned on Pinterest!

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    Dane Samuel says:

    It seems that I am in desperate need of cowls and scarves. These yarns are bright enough to make one that pops with color 🙂

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    Rachel Park says:

    I would love to win this contest to make a baby blanket for my new godson!

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    Rachel Park says:

    Posted on pintrest

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    Rachel Park says:

    Shared on google+

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    Rachel Park says:

    Posted on facebook

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    Rachel park says:

    Posted to twitter

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    Rachel park says:

    Added to flipbook

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    Brittney says:

    I’d use it for the crocodile stitch cowl – so cute!

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    Siti Zulhijriah says:

    Would use this yarn for a flowery afghan, or blanket for my newborn niece..

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    Siti Zulhijriah says:

    posted to twitter

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    Houria Rachedi says:

    I like to knit or crochet scrafs for my babygirls.

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    Helen Combass says:

    I would like to use the yarn to make doll clothes for the dolls that I like to giveaway at Christmas time and other times during the year to charities. I make outfits for 18″ dolls and this year I purchased some 26″ walking dolls that I am in the process of making clothes for.
    Thank you!

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    Mel Martin says:

    I need more to make crocheted Christmas balls – people are loving the ones I’ve made so far

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    Angela Trainor says:

    I just started learning how to crochet 3 days ago from youtube videos and I love it so far!!! I cant seem to put it down lol. I want to make a bunch of sweaters for my yorkie and hopefully get good enough to make fancy stitched hats and maybe even a sweater one day ^_^ Would *love* to win this!!!

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    Mildred Arnold says:

    I want to make hats for the homeless in my small town. The homeless are not able to get to where they can get warm because of being up In the hills of OR.

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    Angela Trainor says:

    Posted on facebook!

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    Surabhi says:

    I would use it to knit a pullover for my 3 yr old baby!

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    Melanie Han says:

    I would like to make cozy winter toques for all my family members.

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    Susan lacy says:

    I will make Owl hats for the NICU babies

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    Nancy Wesseling says:

    I would like to make the little crochet christmas trees! I have the pattern allready!! I love it! (Sorry for my bad englisch)

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    Mina Soares says:

    I would love to make your little Christmas trees using this yarn. I’ve also pinned it.

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    Connie Kline says:

    I would use the yarn to make some pretty pillows for my couch.

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    Jen says:

    Im expecting my first baby in a few months! Would love to knit him or her little hats!

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    heather baker says:

    I would make some scarves and hats for my little girls.

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    Pat Jefferson says:

    When I found Zoom Yummy I found happiness. My first crochet project was ths slippers with a flower! I want to do the ripple blanket for my 1 year old grandson who came into this world drug addicted. He was placed with me at 2 weeks of age. I’m finally getting to where I can have time to do some crafts. My interest is crocheting and I love what you do, thank you.

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    Gianna Katal says:

    I will crochet a handbag or i will knit a scarf! I love the colors!

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    Ines says:

    I’d knit my sister a colorful scarf. She’d love it! 🙂

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    Barbara McKenzie says:

    So so many things would be made. Hats for neighbors and amigurimis galore!

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    Amy C says:

    I would for sure make myself a cute hat

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    I would love to make loads of different things for my nephew\niece who is due in 20 days. Toys/mobiles etc.

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    opalnera says:

    I would like to make the Crocodile Stitch Bag, or caps or bags

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    opalnera says:

    shared on facebook

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    Ashley says:

    I think I would use these colours for a baby blanket and a scarf. I’ve got a pattern for a star shaped baby blanket that I’ve been meaning to try.

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    Katrine says:

    Oh my goodness!! I would LOVE to win this!! As an avid crocheter, I have a long list of things I want to make!! But I think I would make a granny square pillow using this yarn 🙂 I think it would be super soft, and would be great for my first granny squares ever! 😀 I love the colours too. I haven’t tried out this yarn since I live in Norway, so it would be super cool to try it out 🙂

    Fingers crossed 🙂

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    Danijela says:

    Mmmm,lovely yarn in lovely colors.Couldn’t decide would be for blanket or amis and ornys.=0) Lovely giveaway,thank you for the chance tow in it.

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    lexie says:

    I am 16 and I love knitting and crocheting, i use it as a coping skill for when i’m stressed and feeling unsafe. My favorite things to make are hats, scarves, and stuffed animals which i give to family, friends, and clothing drives

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    Majbritt Weiss Andersen says:

    Would love to use it for a blanket 🙂

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    May says:

    I would use the yarn to make colourful mittens!

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    Barbara says:

    I like quick projects lately…I’d make as many baby hats for preemies as yarn would
    allow me….hospitals love that. (and I was a preemie too!)

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    Lena says:

    Something for my granddaughter — such pretty colors !!

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    Pamela says:

    I would love to use this to make a springtime wreath!

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    Amy Owens says:

    This yarn would be PERFECT for the kitchen chair cushions I’ve been wanting to make for my freeeeeezing iron chairs! Thanks for the contest!

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    Valerie Thompson says:

    I would love to have it! I would probably use it to make tons of little projects, probably do some amigurami with it

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    Sandie Visser says:

    Hi Petra
    my name is Sandie and i make a lot of beanies for my husband and father.
    Now i am bussy with a amineko cat.So thats what i made with the yarn.
    Greetings Sandie

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    Amanda Wilson says:

    I can see the pastels and white as a beautiful little spring caplet for my 18 month old! A red hat for my 3 month old, and a pretty green set of legwarmers for my 3 year old! 🙂

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    Wanda Bergman says:

    I’d love to use it for crocheting a lacy summer top.

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    Lynn Ruby says:

    Would love to win to make Crochet Ripple Blanket as it is awesome!

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    Maya says:

    I would like to make a scarf for my sister!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Jordan says:

    I’ll probably make tons of little things like animals and toys for my new little brothers!

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    Julia says:

    I would definitely try knitting a sweater for my niece!

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    Casie Kersey says:

    I’d definitely try to make a nice scarf with it!

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    Kamila says:

    I would like to try to crochet some amigurumi. These yarn have rich colour scheme so I think it would be perfect for my idea 🙂 Take care Petra (both of you petras :)) xx

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    andy says:

    I would like to try my hand at the Christmas Star Balls or the Little Crochet Christmas Trees or . . . there are just too many choices!!!

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    Nancy Callaway says:

    Baby Hats for the hospital.

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    olga says:

    i would make a few scarves and slippers… maybe some cup cozies to:):)

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    Alice says:

    I will make an sweater….. for my 2 lovely pups. Also doggy hats and mittens… They will be the cutest thing even Santa Claus won’t want to leave my house without wanting to steal them for himself

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    olga says:

    shared on FB:)

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    olga says:

    pinned it :):) thank you!!

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    Diana says:

    Hello 🙂
    I only have FB & Pinterest so I shared it on both:)
    If I win this delightful giveaway, I would use the yarn to make blankets for babies, warm beanies for kids from the orphanage, and if there is any yarn left, I tend to make scarves for the homeless in my hometown. 🙂 I love Redheart. It’s good quality and soft, with plenty of color choices.

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    Ella says:

    My daughter would like to make a blanket for our new born

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    William says:

    I would certainly use these to make a blanket!

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    Claudia says:

    Iwould use it to make slippers for my sisters!! PLEASE!!

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    I would love to win this yarn, I would use it to make prayer shawls for people needing prayers that are sick. and a scarf for my little niece 🙂

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    on face book

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    Nora Guerrero says:

    I would like to be included int he free yarn giveaway. I would use it to make slippers using your wonderful free pattern.
    Thank you

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    Rajae says:

    Iwould use it to make clothes

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    Boni Lili says:

    These look lovely! I would use it to knit a scarf 🙂

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    darby says:

    I would make a hat!

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    Maureen says:

    A shawl or a baby blanket.

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