Sunday, May 8, 2011

Garilynn Spin to Knit One Thousand Cranes Kit Giveaway!


Garilynn has done it again! She's created an adorable knit pattern , and this time for a cause! Since the earthquake in Japan, many fiber artists have wanted to join efforts in some way to help. Gari is a member of the "1,000 cranes" group on Ravelry where the members are creating cranes to raise awareness and funds for the Tsunami/Earthquake victims.

We're very proud that our own Garilynn has created the knit pattern and is donating profits for the relief effort!

We're giving away two lovely spin to knit kits with WCMercantile fiber inside, to two lucky commenters! Please visit Garilynn's shop, find something you love, and write about it in the comments section below. We'll draw for a winner later in the week! Hurrah!

59 comments:

lisasanuma said...

Still really loving the Miranda's Sea Shawl. :)

Cathy said...

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Cathy said...

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Cathy said...

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sock2girl said...

What a great idea.
I also liked her Plastic elastic metallic adjustable stitch markers in Black and Silver - Set of 5 - new twist on an old knitting tool- free shipping PHAT FIBER SAMPLE BOX DEC 2009 SAMPLE

Gently Used Coat said...

The Knit Stitch Graph Papers are such a great idea, I'm glad someone came up with something so useful.

penelope stitch stop said...

I like the croc socks. Nursetoes@gmail.com penelope stitch stop.

Jessica said...

omg I love to krock socks!!!!!! those are ingenious!!!

Kristin said...

Like the baseball cap pattern. Sweet!

skaro964 said...

I love the sea shawl.

skaro964 said...

I tweeted.

neferatowen said...

I've been on her etsy shop before and I'm still drawn to the Seraphina Neck Corset. :)

Katrina said...

The Knit Stitch Graph Papers.
katrina in az

Satyr said...

Not actually in her shop, but on her Ravelry, I've been wanting that crane pattern since it came out.

In her shop however I love the idea of the Skein Snake. I've wanted to wash yarn so many times, and it just gets messy.

Rachael said...

I like the Dishcloth and Swirly Scrubbie set

Celestya22 said...

I love love love the cranes! I remember making hundreds of them after reading the Sadako books as a child. The Necessary bag with the map fabric is really neat too.

Mary said...

those croc socks are awesome! thanks for the giveaway!

Chris said...

Garilyn's patterns are so unique! I'm currently scratching my head over how she's put Miranda's sea shawl together....

Mi@ said...

I like the most the Hyacinth Bucket Hat pattern. It looks great!

Stacy said...

Her "Miranda's Sea Shawl by the Sea Shore" pattern is gorgeous.

Leslie said...

Miranda's sea shawl for sure! Tweeted @mitoticspindle

kristen said...

i love the knit cranes and the flower scrubbie pattern
kristen

kscratch82@gmail.com

Gina Power said...

I use my crocs for gardening but seriously dislike them - maybe the croc socks would help with that :)

Gina

Dovile said...

I still like the Miranda's Sea Shawl pattern the most.

Stirling said...

I love the steampunk neck corset. Very snazzy.

Reivenna said...

The deerstalker and flat cap patterns look like they'd be a great deal of fun to make and give people.

Maria said...

Ooooh the Seraphina Neck Corset is SO steampunk! LOVE!

Karla said...

Miranda's Sea Shawl is too cool! Love it!!!!

Jean Ashley said...

The Miranda Sea Shawl is lovely.

mizzlizzbeck said...

I really like the Faerie Slouch hat. It's way cute!

robin said...

love the sea shawl & the bucket hat - since i'm really not a "hat person", prefer the shawl

VeloCC said...

I absolutely love the Krock Socks for the crocks. I have several pair and always miss that bit of warmth when needed. Awesome!!

VeloCC said...

I have to add that I think the Skein Snake - Restrain your skein and wash without worry, is absolotley cool. I had to facebook it:)

Kristen said...

I love the Miranda's Sea Shawl, especially the one in the pattern photo.

Kimberly R. said...

Love the Miranda's Sea Shawl by the Sea Shore!
Thanks :)

Stephanie R. said...

Miranda's Sea Shawl by the Sea Shore is really pretty!

Debbie said...

I love this! .Skein Snake - Restrain your skein and wash without worry. What a cool idea! Debbie in Alaska

Turtle said...

adore the miranda sea shawl!

♥ Meg ♥ said...

Skein Snakes are hands down the most awesome thing ever. I own one a friend gave me for my birthday and I use it so so so much. These swan kits are adorable.

Zabelle said...

I like the knit stitch graphpaper.

Heather J said...

I want a skein snake or a necessary bag looks like it would be perfect for a spinning bag.

vickie said...

oh I love mirandas seas shawl

TinkerTots said...

I always love the Necessary Bags. They look so wonderfully sturdy (I adore well-made objects). I think I want a Tall one!

RT@mytinkertots

Zombie Queen said...

I really adora Miranda's Sea Shawl!

Jennifer said...

Elementary!

Momimamma said...

I would like to make a Sea shawl before X-mas.

Anonymous said...

That Skein Snake is a terrific idea. The Ball Cap looks like a great pattern, and Miranda's Sea Shawl is gorgeous!

Gwyndolyn O'Shaughnessy (rav)

Ms. Houk said...

The knitting graph paper is such a good idea.

KEM said...

The graph paper is such a good idea.

Lisa said...

Oh - Miranda's Sea Shawl is lovely!

carolpa said...

My granddaughter would love Little Grey Hare.........

Diane said...

I think what I really want the most is the Schacht Cricket Loom. I've had my eye on one for ages!

Teresa said...

I think those Necessary Bags look very interesting!

Becca said...

I want one of the Tall Necessary Bag's, I love the fabric it's made out of, and you can never have enough project bags!

InJuneau said...

I love the Deerstalker hat pattern. I wonder if my DH would wear one...

Samantha said...

Duh, I love the Elementary Deerstalker SO MUCH. Holy crap, it's awesome.

Tricia said...

I love the Elementary - Deerstalker Knitting Pattern. This would be cute on my boys!

Sarah said...

That Sea Shawl pattern is really nice. Definitely a must knit.

evermoremyend said...

I love the Knit stitch graph paper!!! Fantastic and indispensable. I can throw a few pages in my note book, and jot down a design whenever inspiration strikes me.