Posted by: scrabblequeen | April 13, 2009

Prize Goodness

I read Of Words and Woll regularly, and comment some, as a committed follower of the tales and projects of Dr. Holly. When she announced a Blogiversary contest, which only required posting comments to get entries, I just about jumped up and down. So easy! I loved it. Didn’t hurt that she was offering sock kits as prizes, either.

Much to my happy surprise, I WON one of the prizes. Woohooo……It arrived late last week. Wanna see?
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Ooo…Lantern Moon sock kit! My first Fleece Artist yarn. Pretty!
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The yarn is “Sea Wool” a machine washable blend of 70% Merino and 30% Seacell. Rhododendron Garden colorway. How perfect for Spring socks!
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Included in the package was a pattern for the socks….Buds and Butterflies looks like something I can appreciate both knitting and wearing.
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And to wrap up all the wonderful “spoiling” in this little package, a lovely pink silk project bag!
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Thanks so much Holly. You may have thought it was random, but I think this kit was made for me!

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Responses

  1. What a great prize, beautiful yarn… congrats!

  2. I am going to have to turn in your site for the over use of porn!! I love it, beautiful congratulations

  3. Wow. Cool!

  4. aww very nice!! p.s. where is your april blog header??

  5. Pretty yarn colors. The itty bitty sock that you posted about a few posts after this is about the extent of my sock knitting. Eventually I guess I’ll make a full-sized one. Maybe even two so I’ll have a real pair.


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