September Giveaway

Blog Giveaway

I LOVE comments. It feels like a little cyber hug when someone like you takes the time to leave a comment here. There are some of you who comment regularly and I’ve come to know you guys a little better each time. So this month I would like to show my gratitude to you. Yes, YOU, my fellow commenters!

On the left sidebar of my blog, I have a list of “Awesome Commenters” which displays the top 10 commenters on my blog. Every time someone leaves a comment, their name goes into the system. The more you comment, the higher you are at the top. I’ve reset it yesterday and the person at the top of my Awesome Commenters at the end of September wins the prize!

As I’ve hinted in my last post, Vivian of Ecoyarns is proudly sponsoring my giveaway this month. So what’s the prize?

Organic Cotton Knitted Washcloth Kit worth over $35!
Organic Cotton Knitted Washcloths Kit

The kit includes Pakucho Organic Cotton yarn in 3 naturally pigmented colours. Pakucho cotton has been traditionally grown in Peru for over 4,500 years! No pesticides, herbicides or other agri-chemicals are used to grow or color these yarns. All harvesting and colour sorting are still done by hand.
Organic Cotton Knitted Washcloths Kit

The colours included in this kit are natural, sage and dark green. Pakucho cotton is exclusively available in Australia through Ecoyarns.
Pakucho Organic Cotton

The kit also comes with three washcloth knitting patterns designed by Vivian herself. The patterns are to knit garter stich, moss stitich and eiffel tower washcloths.

OR if you’re not interested in the kit, you may choose a $20 Ecoyarns Gift Certificate instead, which can be redeemed against the cost of any product in the store.

So my fellow readers, comment away! I’m especially looking forward to hearing from those who lurk in the shadows shyly. Seriously, I don’t bite! 🙂

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P.S. I will ship the kit internationally. All are welcome to comment!

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62 Responses to “September Giveaway”

  1. Robyn says:

    I have been hiding under a yarn rock! Those are so cool! I’ve only ever heard of the cheapy cotton yarn from WalMart…

  2. mette says:

    Really beautiful colours there!
    .-= mette´s last blog ..For a very long time! =-.

  3. Michelle says:

    I found you because I googled yarn giveaway and it turns out your blog is pretty interesting. I’m going to go explore and comment some more (that rhymes!)

  4. Sara says:

    love organic yarn but rarely grab any because of my budget these days 🙂

    Thank you for such an awesome giveaway. (i doubt ill win but this is a really fun way to try!)
    .-= Sara´s last blog ..busy day =-.

  5. Meg McG says:

    Hi! I just found your site through Whip Up and bookmarked it right away!! I know I’m new to the party but I would love to participate in the contest if that’s ok. I’m going to have fun exploring the archives, I can tell already!

  6. Bec says:

    Hi! I came here via the link to your tutorial on Whip Up (I think). Anyway, I just wanted to say that I love this idea for a competition! Great thinking 99!
    .-= Bec´s last blog ..Premmie BBQ =-.

  7. Tere says:

    the yarn looks fabulous. i wonder if it will do well with a crochet pattern?

  8. Tere says:

    If I could knit, I would love to try these new patterns, I’ll be sure to pass them on!

  9. Tere says:

    hmmmmm, it says the yarn is from Australia, but it is Peruvian cotton…. interesting.

  10. Tere says:

    Amazing how much organic yarn is costing these days.

  11. Tere says:

    The feel of a great yarn in your hands while creating something fabulous is priceless!

  12. Tere says:

    I love Le Tour Eiffel pattern, so clever!!

  13. Tere says:

    I JUST LOVE SALIHAN CRAFT SITE! SO MUCH FUN HERE!

  14. Paula Shimmel says:

    I absoluty love Cotton yarns they feel so lovely when you are working with them, unlike the scratchy acrylic yarns. And the lovely muted shades that they are coming out with. YUM.

  15. lilycobweb says:

    What great yarn! Your blog is really fresh and inspiring. So glad to be a subscriber:)
    .-= lilycobweb´s last blog ..La Vie en Rose Flower Scarf =-.

  16. Tere says:

    does anyone have any other suggestions on the use of this kind of yarn? aside from wash cloths?

  17. Tere says:

    Salihan, are you on facebook?

  18. Tere says:

    You may consider to submit your free patterns to http://www.tipnut.com, this will offer your blog much more exposure!

  19. Tere says:

    salihan, ck out my blog,(although it has had no attention recently) – on the LIST of my favorite sites…. you will find other craft blogs that you can connect with too… and maybe swap blog buttons with…. ck out “my mom made that” and “skip to my lou”

  20. Tere says:

    thank you for taking the time to be so creative and for sharing it with all of us.
    .-= Tere´s last blog ..A Slow Return =-.

  21. Lisa Bee says:

    this is awesome. who won’t love those yarns. cool, good luck to all.
    LB

  22. teresita says:

    ME AGRADA EL SITIO !
    ME ENCANTA TEJER!
    ME GUSTARÌA PROBAR LOS HILOS ECOLÒGICOS!
    MIENTRAS TEJO…LOS ESPERO!

  23. Michelle says:

    This yarn makes me drool. If I don’t win this stuff I’m going to have to buy some!

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