Have you entered the GIVEAWAY? You have until midnight August 25 to enter.
Here is a little bit about each prize:

    $50 Gift Certificate for crochet patterns from Little Monkeys Designs   
 (That's me!) I've been crocheting for over 20 years and designing crochet patterns for the last two years. I love to work with natural fiber yarns and create patterns that will be loved and used over an over. My most popular patterns are poncho patterns and baby blanket patterns.

                                        Zippered Yarn Tote from Yarn Mamas
You may recognize Krista Cagle from Rescued Paws Designs . She lives in Pittsburgh, Pa with her family (furry and non furry ones) and is the Creator & Owner behind Yarn Mamas which is a company that focuses on simple fun designs for makers and high-quality, attractive apparel. 

                                   2 Skeins of Mountain Meadow Wool Mill yarn
Mountain Meadow is a spinning mill set below the Big Horn Mountains on the Western Plains of Wyoming.  It is a family operated mill, owned by Karen Hostetler, and dedicated to supporting local ranchers and raising awareness about ranching culture in the American West.  Mountain Meadow is committed to revitalizing the American wool industry through eco-friendly operations and fair prices for ranchers. 

2 Skeins of Echoview yarn
Echoview is an innovative fiber processing and manufacturing hub that’s a catalyst for connecting community with commerce. They deliver products and services that fuel the American spirit of hard work and self-expression. Echoview honors America’s pioneering past but always has an eye on the future. They are innovators, believers and dreamers. They’re also doers. Echoview intends to bring pride to the label "Made in America."

                               3 Skeins of O-Wool chunky merino yarn
O-Wool is a small company with the goal of providing knitters and crafters with a yarn that is environmentally responsible, affordable, and made locally in Philadelphia and the USA. O-Wool’s skeins are wound by a gentleman in Philadelphia, then dyed in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, and spun in the USA. One of their three mills is located outside of Boston. The heart of O-Wool has always lain in its certified organic fibers. Jocelyn J. Tunney, owner of O-Wool, has made it O-Wool's priority to purchase humanely produced fiber for her yarns.

                     Making Money Teaching Crochet book by Marie Segares
Marie hosts a fun podcast - The Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show. She has recently written a book covering all aspects of the business of teaching crochet. This practical, hands-on guide will get you ready to start teaching crochet for the first time, or inspire you to expand your existing crochet teaching business so you can make more money.

I hope you can see that I have some great prizes donated by some awesome companies/people! After entering the GIVEAWAY, please support all of these indie crafters by visiting their websites and considering them in your next purchase.

1 comment

  1. Thank you and all who have donated prizes for your giveaway! Such awesome prizes!