NatCroMo 2016, March 24: Daily Giveaway

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The Crochet Express National Crochet Month Blog Tour

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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: Shari White | Tammy Hildebrand | Crystal Bucholz | Converational Threads Fiber Arts Studio | CGOA Chain Link Conference | Daily Giveaway

Want to Chat about the Tour?

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 24 Daily Giveaway

Denise Interchangeable Crochet Hooks
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Special thanks to Denise Interchangeable Knitting & Crochet for sponsoring the March 24 Daily Giveaway on The Crochet Express. The Denise company has generously donated one Denise2Go for Crochet set of interchangeable pastel crochet hooks. This palm-size set is packed with stitching potential – and supports a great cause! Great for traditional crochet and superb for Tunisian crochet, this set raises funds for breast cancer research through Cast-Off Chemo! The hook sizes are chosen for working Tunisian crochet projects in yarns from lace weight up to chunky weight.

The stylish case, hand-sewn from designer cottons, contains:

– 6 crochet hooks, H8/5mm to M13/9mm
– 4 cords: 3″, 5″, 9″ and 14″ (7.5 to 35cm) for Tunisian hooks from 8” to 19” (20 to 48cm) or up to 28” (71cm) with cords joined together
– 2 end buttons and 1 extender for cord-to-cord connections

Fully interchangeable with all other Denise knitting and crochet tools. Made in the USA and guaranteed with normal stitching use. Retail value $41.95

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

 

Find Denise Online:

Website: crochetdenise.com

Facebook: facebook.com/Denise-Interchangeables-143111592401557/

 

Enter the Giveaway:

The Rafflecopter box below is where you enter the giveaway. It is also where the giveaway winner is announced. Scroll to the paragraph below the box for more details. The winner will be contacted via email.

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When the giveaway has ended, the giveaway winner will be announced in the Rafflecopter box above. If it says, “This contest is no longer accepting entries,” that means we have not yet drawn a winner. If that is the case, please check back later. The random drawing will be conducted no later than 7 days after the giveaway has ended.

 

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59 thoughts on “NatCroMo 2016, March 24: Daily Giveaway”

  1. I have not used interchangeable hooks before. I have played around with tunisian before made a few dish cloths… I would love these hooks!!! I’ve been crocheting for a little over a year and love it!!

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  2. I have tried Tunisian crochet once, I’d love to give it another try. Maybe if I took a class in person it might click better for me…

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  3. I have done Tunisian crochet before, but I have not used interchangeable hooks. I think they would be really nice because the fabric gets really heavy on the long hooks..

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  4. Yes I have done Tunisian crochet but I haven’t used Denis Interchangeable hooks. Oh how I would love to win so I could try them out!

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  5. I’ve never used interchangeable crochet hooks but have used the knitting needles. Yes, i have done Tunisian crochet – a long time ago!

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  6. I love Tunisian Crochet and I have made a few pieces using the technique. I also already own a set of Denis hooks and they are *fabulous* which surprised me because I swear by metal hooks. I would highly recommend them. I would love to win this particular set because it would be great for travel!

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  7. What a perfect giveaway today! I have a couple of tunisian hooks but not the right size for my new pattern (pour homme) that I bought yesterday and had planned on getting online today to make a purchase. Maybe will wait to see if I am a lucky person today!

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  8. I have not used interchangeable hooks but I have used interchangeable needle sets and I love them! I also have never made a Tunisian blanket but interchangeable Tunisian hooks have been on my list for awhile! Great giveaway !

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  9. I have learned some of the Tunisian stitches. I use the older style of Tunisian hooks, but would love an interchangeable set.

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  10. I LOVE Tunisian crochet and have only had the opportunity to use 10″ hooks. I have been dreaming of getting an interchangeable set.

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  11. I’ve never used interchangeable crochet hooks before although I have done tunisian crochet once, many many years ago. I would love to try and get back into it though.

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  12. This might be the impetus I need to try tunisian crochet again. I’ve only done a single square of it and that was back in crochet class.

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  13. I am just learning Tunisian crochet and I have never used interchangeable needles. I am looking forward to learning how to use them. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway.

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  14. I have done Tunisian stitching before without using the correct hook and I have never used interchangeable hooks. It would be an experience of a lifetime that is forsure.

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  15. I have used them and like them. Specially if you have a large project and even if not so large. They are a great addition to our tools. Thanks! I’ll probably shared them with someone who wants to learn tunisian. 🙂

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  16. Yes to both questions. The interchangeable set that is use is from Denise and I have purchased extra cables. I like the Denise click as opposed to having to screw something together.

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  17. have never used interchangeable knit or crochet tools just screwdrivers and drills…lol

    Have tried Tunisian and love it, plan to practice more, just tried it twice and did a swatch square.
    so many beautiful stitches in that method of crochet. I learned to crochet from my mom and aunts when i was 12….learned 4 sticthes …..and today there are 40,000 it seems… love them all, love learning new stitches and techniques. kep@nbnet.nb.ca is my email. thx for having this contest. I love crochet month I think its cool

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  18. I have tried Tunisian crochet before and liked the finished product. I would like interchangeable Tunisian hooks because it makes sense to me.

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  19. I have done Tunisian crochet before but have just gotten my first interchangeable hook a few weeks ago. I haven’t been able to test it yet.

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  20. I have used interchangeable hooks and have done lots of Tunisian crochet. I like the interchangeable hooks with cords. This sets looks like a great way to take Tunisian projects on the go.

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  21. Oh I ‘d love a set of Denise hooks. I have a few sizes that I bought years ago, plain white.
    I love seeing the hooks in color.

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  22. No… I’ve never used interchangeable hooks or done Tunisian crochet before but I’ve been wanting to try it!!

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  23. I have the Denise interchangeable knitting needles but I have never tried the hooks. I dabbled with Tunisian crochet as a kid back in the 80s and have been thinking about trying it again!

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  24. I made a Tunisian crochet dish-/washcloth from a recent Piecework issue, but that’s the only Tunisian crochet project I have–so far–completed. I also have an interchangeable Denise hook which came from a set of knitting needles I got, but haven’t had a chance to use it yet.

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  25. i treied doing tunisian but didnt have a hook, so i took a chopstick 1/2 and cut a notch in it and filed it down to use. worked pretty good lol 😀 i would love to get some real ones!! 🙂 thanks for the chance!!!

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