CELEBRATING MY 4TH BLOG ANNIVERSARY
WITH 4 WEEKS OF GIVEAWAYS!
It’s time another giveaway prize for our new week but first I have a winner of week 2’s prize to announce don’t I for the Hook and a Book gift box! And I’m also late in picking the prize winner for the Happily Hook magazine subscription too – sorry about that, we’ve had illness in the house again and I completely missed picking it! So I’m going to announce both winners right now!
And the winner of the Happily Hooked magazine subscription, as picked by the fun random wheel of fortune name picker, is Alison and the winner of the Hook and a Book is Shanaya!!
Congratulations to both of you I’ve sent you both an email so we can talk about getting your relevant prizes to you. And now onto the next prize (woo hoo!)
Week 3 is sponsored by Medieval Colours who have generously donated a rainbow set of their yarns for one lucky reader.
You may remember that I reviewed the yarn and created the free crochet Renaissance bag pattern in collaboration with them last year.
This fantastically unique prize contains a set of naturally dyed yarns in favourite colours of Medieval times:
- yellow from weld (Reseda luteola)
- red from madder (Rubia tinctoria)
- blue from woad (Isatis tinctoria)
Here’s how you can enter:
To enter, leave a comment at the end of this post telling me what you’d like to make with these pretty rainbow yarns.
To gain a sneaky extra entry, head on over to my KCACOUK Facebook page, leave a comment under the post about this contest and ‘like’ the page (if you haven’t already). And to gain another extra entry, why not pop over to @KCACOUK on Instagram, become a follower, and leave a comment under the post about this competition.
The contest is open from RIGHT NOW until midday (UK-time) on Wednesday 21st February 2018. The winner will be selected using a random name picker and I will need to be supplied with a full email address for the prize. If efforts to contact the winner remain unsuccessful after a week, an alternative winner will be randomly selected.
Please note that this giveaway is open to residents of the United Kingdom only.
I would like to thank Medieval Colours again for their generosity in sponsoring my 4 year Blog Anniversary.
Don’t forget to pop back on Sunday for details of another prize giveaway – still two prizes after this one up for grabs!
Until next time; keep calm and crochet on my friends xx
17 thoughts on “Keep Calm and Crochet On U.K’s 4th Blog Anniversary Celebration | Week 3”
i would make a small tote for my smaller projects
I would make a gorgeous summer tank! We’ve had ice and snow and those colors make me anxious for warmer weather🌞😎💕
Eeeee that’s me!! I’ve won!! 😄. And it does feel soooo exciting. Thank you Heather. Had to double back to my email to make sure it was me and not another Shanaya 😝.
Aww bless you lol! Congratulations 😄
Hey Heather. Just received my hook and a book and it looks so interesting. Can’t wait to get started
Oh yay fantastic! I had great fun with mine, congratulations again and wishing you happy hooking! 😊
I’ve been meaning to make a bag for baby’s pushchair. Something small with a few sections in so I can comfortably separate a few essentials when I have to go to the shops.
A lovely summer bag is what I would make, the colours are gorgeous
Love naturally dye yarn! I think I’d make a hat io wear on cold days but in lovely summer colours to remind me summer is on its way.
I would like to make a wall hanging, maybe a mandala with these amazing yarns.
I would do a real pretty wrap
I would make a stunning belt to wear with my summer clothes. Love the natural colours would look stunning with linin. X
I think I’d make a bobble hat, it seems a while before summer will be here 🙂
I don’t think I’ve ever gotten to work with naturally dyed yarn. I’d make a pillow for my couch. The colors are beautiful.
Not sure exactly what but definitely something for my newest grandaughter, 3 months old. Possibly a mobile for her cot.
I would make some hand warmers if I won these.
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