Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Crochetology Giveaway:
and the winner is:


Last week I posted this giveaway for a skein of this blue Koigu yarn.


And the winner is:

Anonymous said...
Oh Wow! I have been wanting to try Koigu yarn. Thanks for the chance to win some!
Lee (mamagiff on ravelry)

Congratulations Lee, please contact me as noted HERE

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Crochetology Giveaway:
Koigu Yarn


Last year I posted about my love of this koigu pink yarn.
Today I want to start the new year with a giveaway of another koigu skein,
this lovely blue.



From the Jimmy Bean Wool website:

 Koigu Premium Merino (KPM) Solid colors are pure hand painted beauty! Each dye lot is "painted" individually and then heat is applied to fix the dyes. Dye lots are rinsed and hung on rods to dry. Once dry the yarn is wound into 50g skeins, twisted and labeled.

*Please Note* Dyed by hand in small batches, no two dye lots are exactly the same. The beauty of hand-dyed yarns is that each hank is a unique work of art, so please be aware that there can be a variation in coloring, hue and saturation, even within the same dye batch.

Koigu has agreed to contribute a minimum of 5% of their gross profits from the sale of their Stitch Red product (1100) to the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health in support of The Heart Truth® and women's heart health education and research.


For more information about Crochetology Giveaways, go here.
 
For a chance to win this lovely skein, simply leave a comment below and a winner 
will be randomly selected and announced on Wednesday January 15th 2014.



Friday, March 15, 2013

a peek inside Crochetology



These are a few things that I've been working on for a new project still pending.


It's a fusion of thread and fingering weight yarn, flowers, 
and a lovely garland-like crochet piece.


These were done with hand dyed merino yarn from 
one of my favorite Etsy yarn shops.



This garland of flowers was made with an acrylic baby yarn.
But it blends well with the rest of the pieces.



I am excited to announce that the winner of the MadelineTosh yarn is:


Blogger cthulhulovesme said...
That's a great color! I've never used Madtosh before, but I've always wanted to try it.

Congratulations!

Please email me at:

crochetology (AT) gmail (dot) com with your mailing info.

Alma

Friday, March 1, 2013

Crochetology Giveaway
and National Crochet Month


Hello March! and Happy National Crochet Month.
I am starting this month with a giveaway to celebrate this AWESOME month.
I have been working with a lovely collection of MadelineTosh yarns,
just stitching up a storm with this yarn.
It is a soft hand dyed and superwash merino wool.
Would make a great spring scarf or a light-weight summer top.

Here I have a yarn called:
Night Bloom, Mollie Ringwald...yes like the actress... and Wicked.

To celebrate National Crochet Month and to share my love of this yarn, 
I am giving away the lovely Night Bloom skein to a lucky reader.
Simply leave a comment below.
A winner will be randomly selected via random.org and
 announced on Friday, March 15th, 2013

enjoy!

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

from the pages of:
Decorative Crochet Magazine


This is the first doily I ever made using a crochet cotton thread in bright yellow.
I made this doily in 2001 ( I think) from a pattern by designer Hiroko Furuya 
in the November 1999 issue of Decorative Crochet magazine.


Inspired by this design, today I am working on my first original doily pattern 
and will be sharing it as a FREE download soon.


The winner of last week's giveaway is:

Anonymous said...
Beautiful yarn, I love the color
reiki on ravelry
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Please email me at:
crochetology AT gmail DOT com

Another giveaway will be posted in my FACEBOOK PAGE:


Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Crochetology Giveaway:
Koigu Yarn


This is my latest yarn obsession... koigu yarn. 
I have been working with this vibrant pink and a blue watercolor blend.


From the Jimmy Bean Wool website:

 Koigu Premium Merino (KPM) Solid colors are pure hand painted beauty! Each dye lot is "painted" individually and then heat is applied to fix the dyes. Dye lots are rinsed and hung on rods to dry. Once dry the yarn is wound into 50g skeins, twisted and labeled.

*Please Note* Dyed by hand in small batches, no two dye lots are exactly the same. The beauty of hand-dyed yarns is that each hank is a unique work of art, so please be aware that there can be a variation in coloring, hue and saturation, even within the same dye batch.

Koigu has agreed to contribute a minimum of 5% of their gross profits from the sale of their Stitch Red product (1100) to the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health in support of The Heart Truth® and women's heart health education and research.


Now seriously, isn't this just beautiful.
You simply have to try this yarn... 
I am loving it so much that I just want to share the LOVE.
So, I am giving away a pink skein 
to a lucky reader. Simply leave a comment below and a winner 
will be randomly selected and announced on Tuesday January 15th. 
Also, check out my page on Facebook for fun crochet surprises.
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The winner of last weeks giveaway is:
Sheila Earhart
Congratulations!
Please contact me at ( crochetology AT gmail DOT com)  with your mailing info.