Friday, September 4, 2009

Sheepshape Spinning Giveaway!




I woke up this morning to a beautiful, thick fog rolling down my street! What a perfect day to feature one of our Phatties from London, Sheepshape Spinning!

Elizabeth has a lovely colorful shop with whimsical knitted animals, brightly colored roving, delicious handspun and mill spun yarns. Sheepshape is moving soon and would love to reduce the amount of things she has to ship to the new headquarters! She has a few sales running, so please check her shop out!

The lovely Elizabeth has offered up a hand sewn project bag and a $10 gift certificate to her shop for a giveaway. Should you be the winner of this giveaway, Elizabeth has a special coupon offer for you. Please visit SheepShape Spinning and find something you like, write about it in the comments section below and we'll draw your name tomorrow. Be sure and tweet and facebook about this for extra entries!

Thank you, Elizabeth for sharing your mint chocolate fudge handspun yarn this month, it was spectacular!

53 comments:

mostcurious said...

Oh dear. I'm a total sucker for anything that glows in the dark. Handspun? That glows in the dark? and alpaca? Holy moly. Cool stuff.

Rhiannon said...

Good morning.

I must admit, the "knitted sheep toy, child-safe, Corriedale and Merino handspun" is adorable. I can also think of the perfect person to give " Melon Boat roving for spinning, 113.1 g (3.99 oz), Shetland fibre" to.

Very lovely.

Now what ? said...

The handspun Alpaca looks like it would be lovely to roll around in for an hour or so... Actually all the handspun looks edible! My eyes keep getting drawn to the Sea Green! It's gorgeous!

Bombshell made redundant. American misplaced. said...

I have been lusting after glow in the dark yarn for SO long. The Stealth Glow is hilarious. Ninja yarn ftw. RTed @millarca

Quilting Pansy said...

Love the glow in the dark!
Cindy

TheCritterRanch said...

I think her Pocket sheep are Too cute & love that Podject Bag
her rovings are all beautiful!
so I would say I have alot of favs in this shop.

skaro964 said...

Everything is so yummy, I love all the colors and the siccsor holders are so unique.

skaro964 said...

I forgot to say I tweeted.

funkyfiberfarm said...

I love the pocket sheep! They are so cute! I also love the candy cane stripe. It has the perfect fall colors! Oh, and the eggplant medley of handspuns. Fabulous!

MissMoosey on Ravelry said...

Although I would never ever touch a chocolate orange fruitcake, I love the chocolate orange fruitcake yarn! I also swoon over your adorable flock of pocket sheep!

Beth (mamabeth on Ravelry) said...

I love the colors in the Autumn Leaves roving......looks just like Blue Mountain in the fall!! The scissor cases look fabulously handy :)

Cathy said...

love the melon boat, the black cherry, Strawberry banana. I am getting hungry just typing these names.

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trh said...

I really love her little knitted animals, especially the little pocket sheep. I got a nice sample of her handspun one month, but sadly, not the glow in the dark. I also really like the sour apple, very berry, and autumn leaves rovings - what beautiful colors!

JuliaA said...

aw the sheep toys! the marmalade handspun caught my eye right away tho.

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

Autumn Leaves Romney fibre for spinning, 98g (3.45 oz)

Chocolate Orange Fruitcake handspun yarn, 290 g, 328 yds, 8 WPI

Knitted sheep toy, child-safe, Merino and Jacob handspun

Someone out there - could you please decide for me? I love all of these too much to decide on just one!

esther a.k.a. craftyvox said...

I totally adore her soft knitted fluffy animals!!

sunnie fairy said...

love, love, love the little pocket sheep!

morgaine24 said...

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Anna B said...

Mmm... love the sour apple roving, salt water taffy, and the lincoln fiber in blue and green... and autumn leaves is my favorite! and that cute little bunny... I want one!

HODGEPODGESPV said...

Glow in the dark Alpaca yarn, 173g, 174 yds, 7.5 WPI, handspun...now this interests me...just think, i might be able to knit after he goes to sleep without the use of electricity or waking him up! and the yarn is pretty...yes, it's a goody

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Nightphoenix said...

The glow in the dark yarn is pretty cool. But I love the colors in the Very Berry Texel roving.

Lizbert on Ravelry

bitsy8 said...

Love the Bluebell Garden sock yarn. She has lots of great things for gifts.

Sally said...

I actually have some of her handspun glow-in-the-dark yarn and it is amazing. I haven't decided what I'm going to knit yet, but I'm thinking something to wear while walking my dogs in the winter. And her pocket sheep are also amazing...I'm getting one for all the knitters for Christmas. Alright, on to what I am lusting after now... strawberry banana roving. Wow. Beautiful.

Susan said...

I love the mix of colours in the Autumn Leaves romney roving! So rich and warm!

Jane said...

I'm thinking the glow in the dark yarn would be great for something Halloweeny!

Rachel Suntop said...

I tweeted!

Chris said...

The scissor sheaths are so simple and so clever!

Maureen M said...

The Sour Apple Falklands is calling my name! It's my colors, and my favorite fiber!

Also Tweeting...

Cozy Knitting said...

Love the animals and toys. Love the scissor cases. But I really, really love the Bluebell sock yarn.

KT said...

I love that you have so many different types of fiber available - lots of options for spinners. Also the bluebell garden sock yarn is lovely! KT

(RT'ed as knitwithkt)

Ann Ryan said...

The pocket sheep are adorable!

Diana, Fiber Fancy said...

I love this guy... Glow in the dark bear doll, handspun from Shetland and Wensleydale, looks so sweet!

brownbear said...

I love the marmalade handspun. The pocket sheep are so cute and funny. I think my favorite though, is the chocolate orange fruitcake handspun. Gorgeous.

jeckabee said...

Mmmmm Alpaca!!!Beautiful!

Vanessa said...

oooh! I love the lincoln fiber in the pale greens and blues.

Carlin said...

She has so much great stuff!!

I especially like the Salt Water Taffy roving.

jeckabee said...

Lovely...still love the Seaweed!

Sandi said...

I LOVED the Mint Fudge soo much that I swapped a bunch to get my hands on all I could!!! Getting ready to knit the "Wonky" by Bohoknitterchic with it. I also love the Salt Water Taffy fluff that's in her shop. Hope I can win!!!

Ashley said...

It really doesn't get funner then glow in the dark handspun.

Paula said...

Sour Apple Falkland has colors I'm not usually drawn to, but I love them here. Also, I salute anybody who includes glow-in-the-dark fiber in their yarn.

chococat78 said...

I am LOVING the Caramel Apples handspun wool yarn! The color is absolutely beautiful :)

Terri said...

Just ordered the Aran scarf pattern to make for a friend. It is just the right pattern and I can't wait to start it in the morning. So many beautiful things on this site. I am inspired!

Turtle said...

wow, as much as i lvoe the rovings, etc... i love the creatures already created! the toys, cat toys, pocket sheep! too cute!

CindyD said...

love the sour apple colorwy!

PenelopeRose said...

What a great shop! I'm digging the Seas and Starfish sock yarn! Lovely!!

Robin said...

The Lincoln fiber in the 2 shades of blue is lovely - although you already suckered me into buying silk from xtreme spinning today - I couldn't resist it.

cnuland said...

Aww ... it's not yarn/fiber, but the first item looking at me on their page was the Little mouse crocheted from handspun. I love mice!