NatCroMo 2016, March 16: Daily Giveaway

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Welcome to Crochetville’s fourth annual National Crochet Month (NatCroMo) blog tour, taking place each day of March 2016. Join us as we take a virtual tour on our passenger steam train, The Crochet Express, visiting crochet designers, crochet-friendly local yarn stores, and yarn companies, and offer some fun giveaways.

Today’s Posts: Ann Mancini-Williams | Yuliya Tkacheva | Tove Fevang | STITCHES South | Luxe Fiber Designs | Daily Giveaway

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Part of the fun of taking a passenger steam train trip is talking with your fellow passengers. This year, we’re providing two locations where our passengers can get to know each other. We’d 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 16 Daily Giveaway

Anzula Squishy | Orchid
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Special thanks to Anzula Yarns for sponsoring the March 16 Daily Giveaway on The Crochet Express. Anzula Yarns has generously donated one skein of Anzula Squishy in colorway Orchid. Retail value: $33.00

Squishy is a fingering weight yarn made of 80% Superwash Merino, 10% Cashmere, and 10% Nylon. Each 114 g / 4.02 oz skein contains approximately 353 m / 385Β  yds.

Scroll down to the bottom of the post to see the Entry Form and Terms and Conditions.

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About Anzula Yarns:

Anzula Yarns hand-dyes yarns and fibers made from the most luxurious fibers in the world, like cashmere, camel, silk, linen, SeaCell, alpaca, yak, and milk protein. You can find Anzula in specialty yarn shops and in online shops.

 

Find Anzula Online:

Website: anzula.com

Store Locator: anzula.com/shoplist/

Facebook: facebook.com/AnzulaYarns

 

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66 thoughts on “NatCroMo 2016, March 16: Daily Giveaway”

  1. I would probably crochet a gorgeous lacy scarf – the problem would be deciding whether to keep it for myself or giving it to someone.

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  2. This is so much fun. Thanks so much for the chance to try this lovely yarn. I have only ever used big box stores yarn and this would be my first having some yummy yarn. Thanks and good luck everyone

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  3. This yarn would become a gorgeous summer shawl (ette) if it ends up in my hands for the cool nights we have as temps vary up to 40ΒΊ F from day time-night time

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  4. What delicious looking yarn! The colorway is gorgeous. I’d stitch up a shawl with a large hook so I could wrap myself in it.

    Loving all the discoveries along the ride, ladies! Thanks so much for putting it all together!

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  5. OOOOOOOO – the color is GORGEOUS!!!!!!!! I am in LOVE with it!!!! I would probably make a summer garment since it is a fingering weight yarn – use it as an accent piece so it showcases the yarn!!

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  6. What would you make with this gorgeous fingering/sock weight yarn? It looks like it would make a great pair of fingerless gloves.

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  7. What would you make with this gorgeous fingering/sock weight yarn? I would make a delish shawl and this would be my pop of color for the Spring! Orchid is one of my favorite colors and I would love to squish this beauty!

    Lovie

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  8. I have a wonderful Irish Lace pattern for a shrug, I have been dying to make for some time now. This would be an incredible yarn for this project. Maybe I’l get lucky.

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  9. I just developed a yummy crocheted shawl pattern that is based on a knitted shawl. Still working on this piece in variegated yarn, it looks like a fractal. It may be interesting to see what a single color (even with subtle shading) would look like! Thank you for the opportunity to win this beautiful skein!

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  10. I’ve always wanted to make a shawl with this type of yarn. This yarn is so beautiful. I know the shawl would turn out awesome!!

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