12.20.2008

Christmas Yarn Giveaway


Post a comment and you could win this lovely yarn. I am delighted to be one of the lucky people receiving a ball of Leslie's tweed yarn from her Rose Hill post. She is generously sending out yarn for other people to enjoy. I want to keep the circle of giving revolving by sending out 400 yards of "Keep It Real" colourway from my all time favourite indy dyer Sarah aka The Plucky Knitter.


If you would like to give a new home to a festive green skein of 100% Merino Superwash Fingering yarn from The Plucky Knitter then leave a comment to be added into a random drawing on Christmas Day. It's the most wonderful time of the year!

33 comments:

Rosa said...

That is so sweet of you!! Love the color! :)

Jeanette said...

you're giving a great gift--not just a skein of yarn--but introducing your readers to an awesome dyer. yay! i love plucky's yarns

Rachel said...

That is so thoughtful of you! And that skein is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

That's some special yarn Karma. Merry Christmas!

Catrina (CatReading on Ravelry)

peaknits said...

What a generous gift - random acts of kindness, tis the season. Thank you for the thought - you might inspire a movement:)

woolywumpus said...

What a great idea, Renee! I hope this idea catches on!

canyongirl said...

What a nice idea! Please include me in your drawing. If I win, I promise to knit something for someone else and keep the love going.

cbknits80 said...

how fun! Beautiful skein.

stitchywitch said...

What beautiful yarn!

Kelly said...

oh my that skein is gorgeous. The Plucky Knitter's name has been popping up alot lately, I'm really loving her eye for colour.

t does wool said...

what beautiful geens...I have been searching for greens...lovely gift Renee!

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

That's so nice of you :) Love the color of the yarn ~ it will be such a treat for someone to receive!

Jodi said...

How fantastically sweet of you! And the yarn is absolutely stunning. Wishing you a beautiful holiday season.

ikkinlala said...

That is so generous of you... and what gorgeous yarn!

Norma said...

THAT'S my favorite color! Love it and love random acts of kindness even more.

kim said...

Ooh, pretty! Your pictures are beautiful. I love the idea of "paying it forward."

We are getting snow here too!

catsnrabbits said...

What a great idea. I'm not sure I'm ready to yarn it forward since I love all my skeins so much, but random acts of kindness are what the season should be all about. I'm ready to give!

gia said...

What a lovely gesture.Wishing you all that is good this holiday season.

browncurls said...

What a lovely thing to do, and such a fabulous yarn to be willing to spread the love with!

Laurie (knittingdawgs) said...

How cool is that?!? What a terrific idea & so generous of you! Plucky is one of my fav indie dyers & the recipient will be very VERY happy indeed. Merry Christmas!

Laurie (knittingdawgs on Ravelry)

Knit Pickins said...

Great colorway! I love the Plucky Knitter yarns and Sarah's blog as well! And she's a Michigander to boot. Thanks for the thoughtful gesture!

pedalpower said...

Oh my goodness...how generous!! I haven't knitted any green socks yet....count me in!

Mary said...

Awesome yarn! My favorite color. Merry Christmas!

Amber said...

Beautiful yarn and a beautiful idea! It always amazes me the way generosity flourishes in hard times.

lahodges said...

What a nice thing to do! That's so sweet of you!

amanda said...

This is very generous of you Renee! Thanks gorgeous looking yarn too!

Lisa W. said...

oh that is a lovely colorway!
Merry Christmas to you and your family.
hah...my word verify..."ovigin'...really that looks like it should be a word!

Philigry said...

such a nice give-away! those bords are so darn sweet!

At Home Mommy Knits said...

Oh giveawasy are so much fun! Thanks....

Lisa McGuire said...

What a great idea, perfect for this time of year, and the colorway, love. it. :)

PrincessPea said...

That is beautiful yarn, and a lovely thought! Wouldn't it be fun if it caught on?

Pat said...

This is so thoughtful of you Renee.
Absolutely love the colour!
Merry Christmas :0)

Paula said...

How kind and generous of you! I continue to be astonished at the bigheartedness of the knitblog community. Please count this mostly silent (but very loyal :-)) lurker in!

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