Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Melissa's Kre8tions giveaway!





I know I will definitely be knitting some mittens and fingerless mitts this year. They seem to be something everyone needs, and appreciates- am I right?

Melissa's Kre8tions has sent in this beautiful pair of fingerless mitts hand knit from Melissa's handspun yarn for a giveaway. We would love for everyone to check out her shop- she's been hard at work creating pyramid project bags! I really love her choice in fabrics!

Please visit Melissa's Kre8tions, find something you like, and post it below for all to see! We'll be drawing a winner on Friday, so be sure and get those plurks and tweets in for extra chances to win- and be sure to leave an identifying mark so I can hunt you down when you win!

Melissa, thank you for your lovely contributions to October! Your spinning skills are incredible!

48 comments:

InJuneau said...

Oh, the Dark Lichen 220 yds Handspun Shetland/Fine Wool yarn is wonderful!

Kathy said...

Save the planet bag is cute. Would love to see more handspun.

JediMom said...

oooh...I have a friend who is having a baby. Changing pad...nice!
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=24001154

Diana, Fiber Fancy said...

I love the Save Our Planet Reuseable Tote Bag!

skaro964 said...

The dark Lichen hand spun is nice.

I will also tweet

Elaine said...

I love the Ginger Blossom Project Pyramid bag.

Off to blog - back soon

Lanswyfte said...

I love the Dark Lichen handspun, but I'm really amazed by the idea of the pyramid project bags! What a neat idea! Adding those to my favorites--- I have some batik material I'd love to have made into one sometime soon!

Jennifer said...

The project pyramid bags are fab! Great shape and design. Unique!

PenelopeRose said...

I have one of her business card wallets and it is absolutely fantasic! I'm really digging the Ginger Blossom Project Pyramid. Too cute!

Turtle said...

hmmm, between the lichen and the save the planet bag!

Quilting Pansy said...

The project pyramids look pretty cool

Chris said...

The Dark Lichen handspun is a beautiful, deeply thoughtful colorway.

Sarah said...

I like the Save the Planet bag, a really nice take on the tote bag and it carries lots of yarn!!!

Emma said...

I love love LOVE the Amy Butler Project Pyramid, I don't really have anything to keep my knitting in now, and this would be perfect!

Anna B said...

My, those pyramid project bags are clever! What a great idea! Such cute fabrics too!


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Elaine said...

It's blogged about at
http://elaine-knitting.blogspot.com/

Carla said...

How can you not love the project pyramid bags? I'd love to have any one of them.

Jersey said...

the project pyramid bags are so witty. Love them!

tom said...

The Dark Lichen 220 yds Handspun Shetland/Fine is gorgeous

Sylvia said...

Another vote for the project pyramid bags.

checkersmon said...

I love the Pyramid bags !

EJ said...

The Pyramid bags are terrific!

The Mailes said...

i like the toadstool business card holder and the lovely yarn....alas, way past needing any changing pads and no expectant friends either. but the fabric is nice.....

purple said...

The pyramid bags rock.

Crystal C Rutherford said...

I love the Ginger Blossom project pyramid, that would keep my cat from stealing my working ball!

knitting fool said...

Ginger Blossom Project Pyramid. The design is wonderful, as is the fabric.

Rachel O said...

The dark lichen handspun is beautiful, as is the yarn that the mitts are knit from.

Kate said...

Ooh, yum scrum!! The project pyramid is an awesome idea. It's so much more inspiring seeing all the ingredients for a project as you make it, rather than having it tucked away in a box. Love it :-).

Redundant Bombshell said...

EEEEEEEEE *more girly squealing* I love the Toadstool wallet!!!!!! SO CUTE!!!!

Redundant Bombshell said...

RTed @millarca!

Ľubaša said...

I like Save Our Planet Reuseable Tote Bag. Thanks.
lubaska dot k at gmail dot com

Ľubaša said...

following and tweeted
http://twitter.com/Lubaska/status/5447230209

elendir said...

I'll join the Ginger Blossom Project Pyramid crowd :-)

FB as well

Angelina said...

I totally LOVE the color of the
Dark Lichen 220 yds Handspun Shetland/Fine Wool 4 oz Worsted Weight Yarn!!!

such a wonderful color!!!

went to the "sister site" and found
4oz Braid Enchanted Castle Merino Wool. Light brown, Teal, and light Purple
and I'm IN LOVE!!!!!sy

Jane said...

Love the bags - great fabric! The handspun is gorgeous too.

Theresa said...

I love the Dark Lichen! Just gorgeous. Also RTd @serena_eliza

Max. H said...

I really love the pyramid bags! The choice of Amy butler fabrics is beautiful!

Kenlynn said...

Your Dark Lichen 220 yds Handspun Shetland/Fine Wool is beautiful.

Kim said...

My favorite would be Dark Lichen 220 yds Handspun Shetland/Fine Wool Yarn - Please enter me, Thanks!
kimberlybreid@hotmail.com

Campbell said...

Lovin' the business card wallets!

Anna
anna.pamprdchef@gmail.com
www.annasplaceofholding.blogspot.com

Nightphoenix said...

I love the Ginger Blossom Project Pyramid. A pretty way to stay organized.

Lizbert on Ravelry

Amanda said...

I love the pink Amy Butler Project Pyramid Bag! So cute!

Little Miss S. said...

The Homespun Rainbow Sherbert Yarn is absolutely amazing in the colors. I could stare at it the rest of today...

Berry Gal said...

I like the diaper pads.... lots of shower coming up!

Anne said...

OOOOOOO! the save our planet bag is great!!!

knittingdancer said...

I like the Dark Lichen 220 yds Handspun yarn.

Cozy Knitting said...

The Save The Planet tote bag is really nice. I haven't ever seen that fabric. Really neat!

Sue said...

I just love the project pyramids. What a great idea.
Sue