A-Glamping We Will Go: 5th Annual National Crochet Month Blog Tour
Welcome to Crochetville’s fifth annual National Crochet Month (NatCroMo) blog tour, taking place each day of March 2017. Join us for a month of virtual glamping (aka glamorous camping), as we visit crochet designers, crochet-friendly local yarn stores, and yarn companies, as well as offer some fun giveaways.
Today’s Posts: Luz Mendoza | Kim Harvey-Nash | The Village Yarnery | Green Mountain Spinnery | Daily Giveaway
Want to Chat about the Tour?
Part of the fun of glamping is the daily round-up around the campfire, chatting and stitching with friends. We hope you’ll join us in our NatCroMo Facebook group, where we’ll be sharing daily camping recipes, campfire songs about crochet, and so much more! We’d also love to hear about your favorite things you’ve discovered on the tour and see photos of your current crochet projects. You’re invited to join us daily for virtual cocktails/appetizers and dinner. (We’ll be sharing links to some fabulous recipes!)
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March 18 Daily Giveaway
Special thanks to Green Mountain Spinnery for sponsoring the March 18 Daily Giveaway for our 2017 NatCroMo Blog Tour. Green Mountain Spinnery has generously donated a prize of two skeins of Cotton Comfort yarn (winner’s choice of colors) and a copy of the Sierra Cowl pattern.
Scroll down to the giveaway box below to see the Entry Form and Terms and Conditions.
About Green Mountain Spinnery:
Green Mountain Spinnery is a worker-owned cooperative woolen Yarn Mill in Putney, Vermont, and is today’s featured yarn company on the NatCroMo Blog Tour. Take a peek at our post today to learn more about Green Mountain Spinnery.
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66 thoughts on “2017 NatCroMo Blog Tour, March 18: Daily Giveaway”
Your yarns are beautiful. Thank you for your giveaway.
I would make the cowl for my niece in Michigan,
I would make it as a birthday present for my best friend, Cindy. Thanks for the giveaway.
I think this one might be for me! I don’t make many things that I keep, but this would change with this cowl!
These yarns look gorgeous!
It will be a tough decision about whether to make the Sierra Cowl for myself or my sister.
If I win, I will probably make the cowl for me, as I usually always make items for others.
I am not sure who I would make it for…..maybe the homeless shelter or one of my friends or even perhaps myself for a change!
I’ll make the cowl for one of the special ladies in my life, granddaughter, daughter-in-law of bestest friend ever! I’ll let the yarn decide. I do like that pattern!!!
i will make the sierra cowl for my sister, love national crochet month!
Thank you for the chance to win this yarn! I love the colors!
If I win, I will make this cowl for a knit worthy good friend.
At the risk of sounding selfish, I’d make it for ME!! My favorite combo is Peony and Silver. Thanks for the chance to win 🙂
If I win, I would make it for my sister, Patrice. She loves my work and wears them proudly.
This is great! Finding new blogs and giveaways! Makes my day! Thank you!
I was so happy to run across this blog.
I love making gifts for others! I would make this for a special friend! Thank you for the giveaway!
The Sierra Cowl is super cute. I would make it for my friend in Michigan who needs the extra warmth.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Most of the things I crochet are for me, so this cowl would probably be mine, but if, while crocheting it up, I thought it would better suit a particular person, then I would happily make it a gift.
All the colors are beautiful!
I am a giver so I would probably make it for someone else
Oh! for me!
Love the texture in the colors! I would l make 4 for my granddaughters.
Someone else. I rarely make things for myself. It would make an awesome gift though.
I prefer scarfs to cowls. I would use the yarn in double sided scarf.
I would make the Sierra Cowl as a gift for my daughter
I love the color choices so I think I would be forced to make the cowl for myself, something I rarely do.
With colors like that, definitely for myself!
Always look forward to your emails. They are informative and easy to read. Thanks for the giveaway. Beautiful color yarns….priceless. I will definitely make the cowl for myself. Time to treat me.
I would make the cowl for someone else. 🙂 I’m thinking maybe my sister in law.
I would prob give it away
It’s great knowing your yarn is from New England. Being a New Englander myself, it makes the yarn that much more special. I may keep the cowl for,myself this time.
If I win I would make the Sierra Cowl for a lady who helps our business run smoother as a thank you.
I would love an opportunity to win this gorgeous yarn!
While I have several cowls already, this one would likely be mine also!
I would make the cowl for myself and for my mom to share!
Such beautiful yarn, of course I want to win! Thx for the chance!
I*’d make the Sierra Cowl for myt niece in New Jersey. I love in Florida and I think she’s love it more than me. Lol!
This would be a special gift to myself…
If I won 2 skeins of this gorgeous yarn I would have to make the Sierra Cowl for myself!
I’d probably make the Sierra Cowl for myself, just to enjoy how the yarn feels when I wear it… but I do have a couple of friends who might need thank-you gifts.
I would probably keep it for myself, unless my daughter saw it first!
I’d make it for myself
Thanks for the opportunity to win this yarn and pattern. I would probably make the Sierra Cowl for myself.
I would love to make the cowl and gift to charity.
Thank you for the opportunity.
I’d probably make this gorgeous cowl for my sister
The yarn is beautiful.. I think this might have to be for me.
I’d make it for my sister because she’d love it.
If I were to win, I’d make the cowl for myself.
I’d make it as a Christmas gift
I’m pretty sure I would make it for myself! 🙂
gorgeous yarn! I think I would be selfish with this and make something lovely for myself! probably a cowl.
Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂 I think I’d make the cowl for someone else, though I haven’t decided for whom yet.
I would most definitely make this for me!
Most likely I would make this crawl as a gift for someone.
I would probably keep the cowl for myself.
This yarn looks scrumptious!
This yarn looks scrumptious! How could i not keep the cowl for myself! Hee hee! 😉
I would use the yarn to make a cowl for someone else. I don’t have anyone in mind at this moment, but when the right person comes to mind I will make it for them.
I would make one for my daughter.She lives the cowl I made her a few years ago.What beautiful yarn to knit it .
i would do the cowl for a friend,
Thank you Green Mountain Spinnery for taking part in the NatCroMo blog tour!
I would make it for myself.
I would make it for someone else