Did you see it? We’re tickled pink and humbled to see that the Cathedral Window blanket made the cover!
To share the happiness, Charlene suggested to give away three printed issues of “Little Looms Fall 2022”, one each day of this (long) weekend.
THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Thank you for your participation!
All you need to do is leave a comment below and name your favorite projects in this issue (and there is no wrong answer, if you ask us).
We will randomly draw a name, once a day, this Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, at random times, out of all comments available at that time and post your name right here if you win.
How it works:
Leave a comment below. What are your favorite projects in this issue?
Leave only one comment. Multiple comments do not increase your chance to win.
You can enter now until Monday, July 4th, 2022 when at some point of our choosing we will draw the last winner.
The giveaway is for (3) Little Looms Fall 2022 magazine issues, one per day.
The winner will be determined randomly from comments left on this post.
The winners will be announced every day, here on the blog.
No substitutes, no cash.
This giveaway is open to fiber enthusiasts internationally, unless there are legal or other restrictions in your country that prevent us from shipping to you. (Note: In case you win we will pay for USPS International First Class shipping or contribute to the postage in the equivalent amount of that. You will have to pay for any extra shipping cost and any custom and/or tax incurred by your country.)
We will use the comments/contacts information only to determine the winner.
In case you win, you agree that we may post your name as stated in the comments here on this blog when we announce the winners.
And the winners are: Day 1: Linda Canton Day 2: Tammy Day 3: Jessie (please check your email for details)
Congratulations! Beth Seedorff in Iowa will be our TT22 host for the month of July!
Beth lives with her wife Sarah, her two little sons, and a friend in the part of Iowa that is south and north of Illinois (look at the map and see the “nose” in the east that explains how this is possible). Beth teaches junior high and high school band at the school, but still finds enough time to “dabble in all kinds of crafts”, preferably when they involve fiber.
Sure enough, her social media accounts show plenty of beautiful crocheted, knitted, and woven projects, like this Ginny’s Meadow Cowl.
Her “How did she do that?” Isafarmo socks (all slip-stitch crochet) even won the grand prize at the county fair!
TT22 is on his way, but with the holiday it will take a little time. In the meantime you can check out Beth’s work (and sign up to be notified when TT22 arrives) on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Ravelry.
Can you believe that we’re half through the year already? I enjoy looking at what the first half has brought to us, and I will say that everything exceeds my expectations. There are still six more stories to be told … well, five more, after Beth, so if you want to get a chance, don’t give up! Sign up at the end of the month!
(Photo credits: Photos 1 – 3 by Bethany Seedorff. Used with permission. All rights reserved.)