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: Sonya Blackstone | Christa Veenstra | CGOA Crochet Conference | 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 23 Daily Giveaway
Special thanks to Anzula Yarn for sponsoring the March 23 Daily Giveaway for our 2017 NatCroMo Blog Tour. Anzula has generously donated two skeins of Anzula Croquet (50% Superwash Merino, 50% Tussah Silk, +/- 230 yd / 210 m) in color Chiva.
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82 thoughts on “2017 NatCroMo Blog Tour, March 23: Daily Giveaway”
This yarn is absolutely beautiful!! I would most definitely make something for myself. A really nice shawl perhaps
I would look at some shawls for this beautiful yarn.
That looks like a gorgeous yarn! Beautiful royal blue
Beautiful color. I would make a pair of gloves. Or possibly a shawl.
I hear the yarn calling…”shawl, shawl”.
Oh man that yarn looks gorgeous. My wife and I would love to come up with something to use it for for sure
I would make a cowl with this yarn, Anzula is a pleasure to crochet with.
Wow this yarn is GORGEOUS! This color calls to me!
I would love to make a lace shawl with this beautiful yarn! Love the color!
I love the subtle color variations in their yarn.
I’d definitely make a shawl. A lovely, lacey shawl. The color is so beautiful.
I would make a luxurious shawlette with this yarn.
This yarn would make a beautiful shawlette! Thank you for the giveaway!
Wow, this is beautiful and I bet it’s soft, too. I’d do an infinity scarf, cause I’d want to keep it forever!
I would crochet a shawl or shawlette with this luscious yarn.
That yarn looks yummy! I think it would make a lovely cowl or wrap!
I would make a lovely wrap or buy more to make a lacy summer top
Gorgeous color! I’d make a Shawl with this yarn.
I would make a cardigan with this yarn.
With the silk content, it would make a lovely shawl. I’d look for a pattern with a beautiful drape.
I would make a gift for my daughter, perhaps a lacy hat and matching gloves, or a beautiful lacy scarf. The color of the yarn is beautiful
I would love to make a scarf or shawlette with this lovely yarn!
This yarn is beautiful! I would probably make something special for my daughter.
I love the color. I would make some gloves and maybe a scarf.
I would totally make a beanie or shawl with this yarn!
I would love to make a shawl with this yarn.
Thanks for the opportunity and fabulous giveaways.
I think I’d combine with another color in a shawl
I see this yarn as a gorgeous shawl. That’s what I would make with it.
Oh, this is gorgeous! I would make something for my niece who lives in Denmark ?
(her favourite colour – in her own 6 year old words – is “Greek blue” ? so she would love this yarn!)
This is a tough one! Maybe flip top mittens so I can feel this lovely yarn as well as look at its beautiful color!!!
I think I would make a cowl with this. Thank you!
I would make the Virginia Cardigan by Amanda Perkins.
This would make a lovely light cowl
It’s so beautiful – probably a shawl I could wrap around myself for some crochet joy!
I would make some gorgeous fingerless gloves!!!
would make a beautiful crocheted shawl with this SCRUMPTIOUS yarn
Probably a light scarf, maybe a cowl.
I would make some fingerless mitts with this yarn.
It looks so soft and luxurious! Thanks for the opportunity to win it! I think it wants to be an over-sized shawl.
That blue is such a lovely color! I would make a shawl, maybe add some grey with it.
Beautiful color yarn. Priceless
I would make something wonderful to give as a gift.
This yarn looks like it would drape nicely, so maybe a shawl–but will take suggestions for an interesting project.
I would have to treat myself to a cowl or shawl with this yarn!!!
I’d either make an infinity scarf or a shawl with this beautiful yarn.
I would make a springtime cowl. Thank you for sharing!
I would love to make a shawl with this yarn. ?
Love the colour! I think I would make some beautiful comfy socks!
I would make a summer wrap/shawl for my 96 year old mother.
This yarn is GORGEOUS! I would 100% make a scarf with this. Thanks for the giveaway!
I’d make a scarf or cowl. Love the color!
I think I’d make a drapy vest. The colors are magnificent!
If I won this yarn I would make a scarf to wear with a black dress!
This yarn would make a gorgeous shawl!
A beautiful shawl!
wrap or shawl
The color is beautiful! I would love to make a bolero with this beauty
This beautiful yarn would make a lovely shawl.
It’s beautiful and delicate yarn! I would like to crochet with it an airy shawl.
I’m thinking maybe a shawl for myself or a scarf, earwarmer and bootcuff set for one of my nieces.
I never had a chance to work with Anzula yarn. It probably would become a shawl,
I would love to make a yummy squishy shawl!
A lacy shawl!
I think this beautifully colored yarn would make a fantastic shawl! Thank you, Susan
awesome skeins of yarn! i would make a lovely scarf!
I’d make a scarf or shawl, perhaps First Love
I would definitely make a shawl of some sort.
Something for my husband. Probably Socks.
Thank you so much for all you do.
I would make a scarf
My goodness, what beautiful yarn! I love making shawls, so this would be ideal for one. 🙂
I love the blues in this yarn!
I would make an asymmetrical scarf for my mother; merino wool & silk immediately made me think about her.
something really beautiful, I have a lot of stuff running thru my head right now lol!
Beautiful yarn! I would probably make a lacy wrap with it. Thanks for the opportunity to win this yarn.
I think I’d make either a lacy shawl or a beautiful cowl. I love that color!
Oh my goodness! This yarn would make a lovely shawl!
I would want to make a nice scarf/hat set!