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blocking winner and yet another give-away!

Congratulations to Joyce from MO, the winner of the Soak gift bag and blocking wires!

The gift fairy is working in overdrive this month. Or I should say, Cirilia’s work with our generous partners is in overdrive this month? Look for a give-away in our weekly newsletter, Knitbits, this Friday (May 22).  If you don’t already subscribe, you can find a link to the survey /entry form on our home page. Answer our survey and enter to win a gorgeous Tom Bihn bag filled with Berroco Peruvia Quick. (Enough to make Nimbus in any of the sizes written). 

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This is the cork version of the  bag designed by Knitty readers.  It’s phenomenally cool, with inside pockets and a stuff sack included. We’ll be giving away 4 of them!

Coming soon – answers to your blocking questions….

 

 

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. how fun! Subscribers to the newsletter don’t need to enter, right?

    May 21, 2009
  2. Wow, this is already on my to make list. I can’t wait.

    May 21, 2009
  3. That bag is gorgeous (love the sweater too, saw it on Ravelry).

    May 21, 2009
  4. ACK! I cannot find the survey link. :( SAD SAD SAD GIRL!!

    May 22, 2009
  5. Paula-Marie Hogge #

    I am an enthusiastic patron of both Knit Bits and Berroco yarns. I am fortunate to be a local customer of the Yarn Store in Uxbridge and appreciate their selection and knowledge of your yarns. Sharing my love of knitting is a priority to me. I am a middle school teacher in the Bellingham school system and have established Generation Knit for students at my school and organized a charity knitting program for the staff that ran throughout the 2007-2008 school year. Our second annual WWKIP day is scheduled for June at the Bellingham Common and all needleworkers are invited.

    I appreciate the updated elegance of your projects and booklets, but feel there is a need to reach out to beginning knitters with simple elegant projects that will move them forward, slowly, to appreciating the quality of your yarns. I enjoy designing these types of projects and combining textures in simple projects to raise their level of sophistication and drama.
    My background includes styling, teaching craft classes and demonstrations.

    I am a teacher and have time available in the summer to pursue these types of projects and would be happy to meet with a Berroco representative to discuss collaboration on possible projects. Thank you for your consideration and keep those Knit Bits coming! Paula-Marie Hogge

    May 29, 2009

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