NatCroMo 2016, March 30: 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: Linda Dean | Michele Maks | Vashti Braha | Black Sheep Yarn and Fiber | 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 30 Daily Giveaway

Paradox Art Glass antiqued copper buttons
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Special thanks to Julie Mitchell of Paradox Art Glass for sponsoring the March 18 Daily Giveaway on The Crochet Express. Paradox Art Glass has generously donated:

One set of 9 handmade, *waterproof* brass buttons, with a beautiful patterns of flowers and vines.  Buttons are finished with dark blue and brown patina.  Retail value $61.00.

One 1 ½” square button, two 1” x 1 ½” rectangle buttons, and six ½” x 1” rectangle buttons.

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

 

About Paradox Art Glass: 

Paradox Art Glass is the home of artisan handmade lampwork beads, jewelry, *WATERPROOF* glass and metal buttons, home and office decor, and silk ribbons. All items are handmade by Julie Mitchell, in her private studio, and all glass art is properly annealed in a digitally-controlled fire-brick kiln.

 

Find Paradox Art Glass Online:

Etsy: etsy.com/shop/ParadoxArtGlass

 

 

Enter the Giveaway:

We regret that due to the high cost of trackable, insured international shipping, that shipping is limited to US addresses only.

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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40 thoughts on “NatCroMo 2016, March 30: Daily Giveaway”

  1. I haven’t really ventured into making clothes, but these could certainly be the inspiration to give it a try. Or maybe a necklace and bracelet.

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  2. WOW-WOW-WOW

    these buttons are truly amazing and one of a kind. They would look gorgeous on a winter set. Be it a hat & mitts or cowl & mitts. Or who knows maybe on all three.

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  3. These are so beautiful. I’m not sure how I would use them yet. Perhaps on a buttery soft leather handbag, a wonderful piece of handmade jewelry. So many possibilities.

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  4. These are gorgeous! I’m not sure what I would use them for, but you can bet it would have to be a very special creation to deserve such lovelies!!

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  5. The biggest one would be highly likely to become a ponytail holder, the smaller ones would be jacket buttons and I’m not sure what I’d do with the medium size yet.

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  6. I have been working on a jacket sweater that these would be perfect on. They are beautiful and would work well on a multitude of items.

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