Giveaway – BLOGTEST #2 – WEEK #3

Wanna win this book and the first one in this same series, Making Eyelash Crochet Leis?  If so, check out the rules below and answer this week’s question:

WHAT ELSE QUALIFIES AS NOVELTY YARNS FOR YOU?  THERE ARE GLITTERY ONES, FEATHER ONES, AND SOME THAT LOOK AND FEEL LIKE SPAGHETTI, AND MORE THAT I DON’T KNOW ABOUT.

Kindly post a picture or link to a sample of the novelty yarn you would like to show us.

Here are the rules:

Each item will be mailed to the winner by USPS – books by media mail.  For now, this contest will only be open to participants with a U.S. mailing address.

This is how it will work.  Each Monday, I’ll pose a question on my blog.  Everyone who answers the questions will be entered in the drawing on the last day of that month.  Some ‘answers’ may require you to post a link to a specific pattern or site.  The winner will be announced along with the next Monday’s question.  The winner will have 48 hours to contact me with mailing information.  If the winner doesn’t contact me, the prize will be offered on another occasion.

RESPONSES MUST BE POSTED HERE AND NOT EMAILED TO ME PRIVATELY OR POSTED ELSEWHERE FOR ENTRY.

TO MAKE IT CRYSTAL CLEAR, THE WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON THE LAST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH AND THE WINNER MUST EMAIL ME (crochet@craftgossip.com) WITHIN 48 HOURS OF THE ANNOUNCEMENT.  So, for sanity’s sake, that deadline will really mean that I need to hear from you no later than 8 PM the following Monday (so you have plenty of time to email me and I’ll get the email for sure even if I don’t sign on to my email on a Sunday).

Simply enter to win by leaving a comment on this post answering the following question.

What else qualifies as novelty yarns for you ?

Competition Closes – February 26th

Competition Open to US addresses only.

Comments

  1. Anneta says

    Ribbons – mostly under 1/2 inch. I mix them in with yarns with a variety of textures and weights to make scarves and hats.

  2. GJ Amber says

    I definitely would put into the novelty yarn category the type of yarn I call ‘railroad tracks’. It has a lovely metallic look and works up quite lovely but it has increased my vocabulary when I get my hook stuck between the ‘tracks’.

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