NatCroMo 2016, March 6: 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: Brenda Stratton | Esther Chandler | Nurturing Fibres | Daily Giveaway

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March 6 Daily Giveaway

Nurturing Fibres is happy to ship this fabulous prize anywhere in the world!

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Special thanks to Nurturing Fibres for sponsoring the March 6 Daily Giveaway on The Crochet Express. Nurturing Fibres has generously donated 22 balls of their Eco-Bamboo yarn to make their Frida Throw, designed by Yuli Nilssen, retail value of $110 USD. Click here to download the Frida Throw (FREE DOWNLOAD) from the Nurturing Fibres website.

Eco-Bamboo is a luxurious yarn that shimmers and has a wonderful drape. This soft yarn can be worn directly against the skin.
We have a nice variety of patterns designed for this yarn that can be found on our pattern page.

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Weight: Fingering

Yardage: 125 meters to 50g
Needle size: 3mm to 3.25mm needles

Fibres: 100% Bamboo

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

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About Nurturing Fibres

Nurturing Fibres is today’s featured yarn company on The Crochet Express. Clickย  here to learn more about the company.

 

Find Nurturing Fibres Online:

Ravelry Group: ravelry.com/groups/nurturing-fibres
Facebook: facebook.com/NurturingFibres/
Instagram: instagram.com/nurturingfibres/

 

 

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64 thoughts on “NatCroMo 2016, March 6: Daily Giveaway”

  1. I’ve never used a 100% bamboo yarn and I have a pattern just suited for this weight so . . . honestly, I would keep this beautiful yarn for myself!!!

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  2. Well, I would give away the yarn-it because I already have one.;-) But, onto this giveaway, wow this is a very generous prize! I hadn’t heard of this South African company before today, the yarn looks beautiful.

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  3. Since the question didn’t change I’ll just comment on the yarn. It is gorgeous and how generous of them! Now if I did the math right, 22 balls valued at $110 would make each ball only $5! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Very budget friendly. I expected hand dyed bamboo to cost MUCH more. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. I think I would keep the yarn but most of the things I make are gifts for other people so I’m not the only one who would enjoy this beautiful yarn.

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  5. I would definitely keep it for myself…just until I had crocheted the throw. The throw would then be donated to a local organization that works with abused children to be auctioned to raise funds.

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  6. That yarn is absolutely gorgeous! I have never worked with bamboo yarn before. I would not give it away as I’ve never worked with it and would love to. Really excited about this wonderful give away, thank you :]

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  7. What a beautiful pattern and gorgeous yarn! I live in a warm climate and am so glad to learn about another wool-free yarn. I don’t need an afghan, but this would be enough yarn to make gorgeous gifts and maybe even a little something for myself. It’s a dream of mine to visit South Africa. How wonderful it would be to visit their studio, too! Thanks!

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  8. I love this giveaway & the throw has special meaning to me, my mommas name is Frieda and I want to make this throw in memory of her. I lost my momma in 2002. She taught me to crochet when I was a little girl and she did the most beautiful work you ever saw in your life. I hope I can win this yarn to do this beautiful throw. thank you for the memories

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  9. The YarnIt I will gift but this fabulous yarn I will keep. Once I make the afghan then one of the godchildren or sons may get it. Fabulous prize!

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  10. I will keep the yarn and give the finished item as a gift. I so look forward to working with this yarn. Such a great giveaway.

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  11. I’d keep the yarn, but likely gift some of the FOs. The blanket is gorgeous, but I don’t think I’d like a blanket of 100% bamboo. I prefer it for accessories. Thank you for featuring a yarn company that uses plant fibers!

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  12. I would keep the Yarn-it for me! ๐Ÿ™‚ But with the yarn, I would likely make a gift for someone special. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  13. I would keep a YarnIt for myself. Have wanted one ever since Stitches South last year but haven’t been able to work one into my budget.

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  14. Bamboo yarn is soooooooooo soft! It is perfect for those who may have animal fiber sensitivities, but it is also great for baby blankets. I would give a blanket made with this yarn away, although what is left over I think I would use in a “mish-mash” item, perhaps a cowl, for myself! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  15. I am not sure if I would keep this beautiful yarn and make something, or maybe I would gift it to my sister or a friend.. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway! If I won, I would keep the yarn (and probably the finished project) as a treat to myself.

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  17. I would keep the yarn and make the throw for my dear aunt that lives in Virginia. Many years ago she gifted me a throw as a wedding present. She would love this one.

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  18. I have been wanting to contribute to Prudence Mapstone’s latest project: Bohemian Jumpers & Jazz yarn bombing—in conjunction with the 50 Years of Flower Power exhibit. This yarn looks perfect for that. Any left over, would be mine, all mine!!!

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