Sunday, 10 November 2013

GIVE-AWAY!!!

Hi all you lovelies, it's a beautiful sunny but cold Autumn day here. I popped out to do some errands this morning and it was a joy to see the sunshine lighting up the autumnal coloured leaves still on the trees, the sun is very low in the sky and I do find that makes seeing while driving difficult - which is rather scary. Nevertheless I'm glad the sun is shining today and I hope it lasts.

As promised in my last post here is my give-away, yay!!

I won't let my self doubting thoughts that you guys won't like the gifts I've made for the prize get in the way at all, I really do hope you do like them and will leave me a comment which is how you can enter.





The first item is this Fireside Capelet (pattern designed by Francine Toukou) It is such a quick and easy thing to make and I love it - I'm already making the third one! It's made with a Louisa Harding yarn, called Grace Hand Dyed and is 50% Merino wool and 50% silk so it is handwash only! It is beautifully soft and lightweight and fits snugly on your shoulders.


I've used my favourite turquoise rose button to centre the crochet flower, which can be worn either centrally or to the side. I hope you like the bright colours of turquoise, coral, silver and gold, maybe you have a sweater that would go well with this??

This next gift is made from the Mollie Makes book I won recently in a give-away (see my last post here) which is what inspired me to do this give-away in the first place.



The multi-motif doily (I have trouble saying that) in mousy grey with pops of colour,


So something for the home that might be pretty on your coffee table perhaps??

So if you fancy being in with a chance of winning these two lovelies (they make up one prize) please leave a comment here on this post.

I will use random.org to pick the winner next Sunday 17th November at 4pm my time (UK) and I will of course send to anywhere in the world.

Good luck my friends,

                                                                     'till next time...
                                                                     

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