Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Moonlight and Laughter Batt Giveaway!



Oh I've yet to have my first sip of Egg Nog this year, but the November Moonlight and Laughter samples made me crave it! I also look at the yarn and immediately see a little knit dress with embroidery on the bodice for my little toddler. Hmmm. Maybe this yarn needs to be mine?

Marilla is one of the sweetest Phatties there is and her strength and wisdom as a person amazes me. She dyes some amazing yarn and fiber too!

We're giving away this beautiful lilac batt created by Marilla. It's incredibly floofly and delicate looking and would make the lovliest yarn, I think! Please visit Moonlight and Laughter and find something you like, write about it in the comments section below so we can all see! Remember, to always leave a way for me to find you, and remember to use your social networking sites as extra entries- let everyone know about Moonlight and Laughter and what you like!

Thanks Marilla! Your colorways are knitting and spinning inspiration!

56 comments:

CinderLisa said...

I really love this handpainted worsted. Such pretty colors and so bright and happy!

A. Hiscock said...
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A. Hiscock said...

Heh; would help if I put the correct Twitter account name in, yes?

My faves are the Green Corn and Amethyst milk fiber braids. Mmm!

Also tweeted! @owldaughter

Redundant Bombshell said...

This handpainted worsted is FTW. I prefer fatter yarns to sock & laceweights!

Redundant Bombshell said...

RTed @millarca!

skaro964 said...

I love the Rainbow Connection yarn, its just yummy, all the colors are wonderful. I have to go knit so I can make room for more yarn :)

Will tweet & Face Book

Anna B said...

I love this one http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=33681339
Lovely colors!

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Kristen said...

I love the green Hand Painted Merino Wool Laceweight Yarn - 880 Yards.

Renee J said...

I love the handpainted merino yarn in evergreen, seafoam, violet and orchid!

Susan said...

Ooh! I love that Mountain Mystery BFL!

Diana, Fiber Fancy said...

I absolutely love the purple colors in the Hand Painted Blue Faced Leicester Superwash Wool Roving-Approx. 4 ounces. She calls it Mountain Mystery but you really can't miss the purple!

Elisabeth said...

Several tempting fiber options here, but there's a yarn that talks to me even louder - the 880 yards of hand painted merino wool laceweight. Don't let yourself be fooled by the first impression that the small thumbnail photo makes. Click your way to one of the closeups and look at the combination of colors in this yarn. It would look great in a scarf with a very simple pattern of some kind.

lilyunfolding said...

i love the hand painted mulberry silk! the milk protein fibers are really pretty too.

InJuneau said...

The "Chocolate Covered Cherries" Merino Tencel Top is just yummy!

Aria said...

I like the amythest milk fiber. i've never spun with it, but it looks like it would be fun to try :)

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=31918417

knitmit on rav

cthulhulovesme said...

I like the merino tencel top in Chocolate Covered Cherries. The colors work so well together.

cthulhulovesme@rav

Cathy said...

I love the fine wool roving in Trillium.

Kathy said...

I love the Trillium roving and the amethyst milk fiber. I'm really going to love it when it arrives at my door in a few days. Yay!

theonlyevidence said...

The greens/viotet handpainted laceweight is just gorgeous!

theonlyevidence on Rav

Max. H said...

I LOVE the handpainted braids of roving! My favorite is the red & purple merino/tencel - the colors are just perfect!

Becca said...

So many beautiful colors! I especially like "Red, Red Wine" and "Beach Glass". I also like the undyed corriedale.

Melanie said...

Ok so I am new to the whole Phat fiber thing. Yes I am hoping to a box this month if not soon. Anyway I am really enjoying looking at all the phatty's sites. I really love the mountain mystery colorway. I think I may have to order some BFL come payday.

stacey said...

Your right about that pretty yellow yarn! It just yells toddler outfit :o)

I, however, am lusting after the milk fiber in green corn colorway.

Marimba's Notes said...

Her hand-dyed milk fiber in Beach Glass is gorgeous! Of course, I was already a fan. :)

PenelopeRose said...

The hand painted sock yarn that has pumpkin, purple, sand and green in it is so fun! I can so see a pair of socks out of it!

dixiemaiden said...

I like the "Rainbow Connection" yarn. I would love to make a pair of sock with it!

RachelAnderson on Rav said...

I am swooning over that Hand Painted Merino Wool Laceweight Yarn. 880 Yards of evergreen, seafoam green, violet and orchid.

CptSnoopy on Ravelry said...

I really love the colors for the wallflower merino roving, simply lovely

kat said...

I love this lavender colored yarn (http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=32422474). It's so summery - and with this cold weather, it made me smile!

I'm naughtyknots on rav

Marilla said...

Thanks Jessie, for all the kind words. I think you are pretty special too. Thanks for bringing us all together.

And it is so much fun to read the comments and compliments on my yarn and fiber. Thanks to all of you!

Quilting Pansy said...

Would love to spin this:
Hand Dyed and Carded Wool, Bamboo and Angelina Batt-Approx. 2 ounces

Crystal C Rutherford said...

I like the Hand painted, worsted weight wool "Tangerine Sky"
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=34151493
Isn't it beautiful?

Breien in Lansingerland said...

The superwash sock yarn in blues and greens is stunning!

Stephanie said...

Hand Painted Fine Wool Roving in Red, Red wine is gorgeous. If I had extra money right now I would buy it...(note to self-go back after pay day)

nephnie@rav and gmail

Anne said...

I love the pumpkin, purple, sand, and a green Hand Dyed Merino/Bamboo Superwash Sock Yarn...so pretty...

Christine said...

I'm loving her hand dyed fingering weight! Gorgeous!

elendir said...

The Cherry Hot Chocolate hand dyed milk fiber is gorgeous :-)

Campbell said...

MMMmm...Cherry Hot Chocolate and Beach Glass milk top rovings....beautiful!

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

Minou14 said...

I have some of her fiber on my wheel right now and I love her shop! Right now the colorways speaking to me are "Blue Mountain River" and the amazing "China Doll" silk.

Nickname unavailable said...

Last time I visited her shop I couldn't resist and I'm afraid that might happen again. Mountain Mystery is sure pretty!

Alaskan Nancy said...

I love the bamboo blend fingering sock yarn that is lavender, green, and golden yellow.

spinsandknits said...

The milk fiber for spinning intrigued me. I've spun a lot of different fibers, but never any that had that in it. Would be fun to card it with something else and see what I get. :-)

Vanessa said...

I love her handpainted worsted. All of the colors are amazing.

Turtle said...

really gorgeous colors, love seafoam!

morgaine24 said...

i love the cherry hot chocolate vbarton24 at gmail dot com

morgaine24 said...

twittered http://twitter.com/morgaine24/status/6322282392

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morgaine24 said...

i added to facebook Victoria Barton username vbarton24 at gmail dot com

alittleweirdo said...

I think Moonlight and Laughter was one of the first Phat shops I ordered from :) Love her stuff! Currently eying the Hand painted BFL in Plum Perfect.

Brenda said...

I covet her hand-dyed yarn and drool over those fibers. Jessie, please pass along some good wishes to her from the snowy midwest!

Robin said...

The merino worsted in pastel lavender and blue is so lovely.

Jan L said...

I'm so happy to have been steered to this shop. One of my favorites is the Pink Cherries milk fiber. I love blending milk into my batts.

rebelhousewife said...

All of the hand painted worsted is great. Lovely colors.

Jessica said...

Just beautiful!

Maria said...

Really impressed with the colorway called "Margarita Time", I'm really liking it a lot. Very Nice Roving and yarns.

Alaskan Nancy said...

The fiber is photographed beautifully. It looks luminous! I'm intrigued by the milk fiber and want to spin it up!

Natalie said...

Her green milkfiber looks like a dream to spin!