Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Natchwoolie silk cocoons giveaway!






Whole silk cocoons (2 oz!) for a giveaway today from Natchwoolie! Hopefully, it's nice where you are, and you can do some dyeing outside. It's really rewarding to work with fiber you've dyed yourself. Natchwoolie is a wonderful place to get your natural undyed fibers!

If you would like a chance to win this beautiful bag of whole silk cocoons, please visit Natchwoolie today, find something you love, and write about it in the comment section below. Be sure and link to this on your favorite social networking site for extra entries! Let us know where you shared :)

50 comments:

Deb at Merciful Hearts Farm said...

Lots of goodies but the roving of the month club looks like a fun way to experiment.

Chris said...

It's finished fiber, but that handwoven wool rug looks wonderful

InJuneau said...

The MERINO PUMPKIN fiber seriously caught my eye, as it's a gorgeous ORANGE!

kmroberton on Ravelry said...

I love the sushi club. It's a fun way to try out a variety of different types of fiber

eidolons said...

I love the handwoven rug as well as the roving of the month clubs - how fun!

amchart said...

The Pumpking Merino is fabulous!

ingrid said...

I love the sushi club with raw fiber samplings! I'm not quite ready to try raw fiber myself though, so I think I'd prefer the merino pumpkin. :)

Rebekah A. M. said...

I would love to buy some of Hollister's fleece...baby suri...yum!

Drae said...

I love the sushi surpise kits. Great idea - christmas 12 times a year

Kate said...

I really like shetland, and the shetland lamb sounds wonderful. I pinned it here http://www.pinterest.com/pin/123778689732130827/

Jessica Jo said...

I may have creamed my pants for this giveaway. I may also cream my pants for the Pumpkin Merino, oooooooh....

amanda-finch said...

I think I'm going to have to purchase a roving of the month club for a friend (myself.) That looks like a lot of fun

sarah in the woods said...

The yak silk roving looks amazing. I've wanted to try spinning cocoons for a while. I'm always up for trying new things

Anonymous said...

Love the pumpkin roving color.
hotknitter on rav

Sheri Karobonik said...

I love the roving top MERINO PUMPKIN SAMPLE wool top PhatFiber Feature November Approx one fourth ounce Premium Top Hand Spinning Felting Crafts

Sheri Karobonik said...

I liked and shared on face book.

Reivenna said...

The intensity of the pumpkin merino fiber is sooo fun!

Sherry Glover said...

The Merino Pumpkin. My daughter-in-law loves handmade items and her favorite color is orange.

sherryglover1 on RAV

Sherry Glover said...

Liked and shared on FB

sherryglover1 on RAV

SusanM said...

would love to try the Shetland lamb raw fleece!

Woolytanis said...

i love the colour of roving top MERINO PUMPKIN wool top PhatFiber Feature November
Woolytanis on rav

Annette sock2girl said...

Also love roving top MERINO PUMPKIN wool top PhatFiber Feature November Approx 4 ounces Premium Top for Hand Spinning Felting and Crafts

Whatzitknitz said...

Would love to win silk cocoons. Went to the shop and love the natural raw fiber club. How much fun would it be to clean and use different fibers each month!

Silja Devine said...

I love her Farmcards!

leschnei said...

The yak silk roving looks yummy!

Knocked Up and Nursing said...

I like the Yaktastic roving (5o% yak, 50% silk). Oh the sheen!

Monica said...

The Merino Pumpkin top is calling my name. Gorgeous!

Elaine said...

I covet the Yak/Silk natural blend. Can you imagine how soft and warm that will be?

katydid said...

The soysilk fiber looks really interesting. I'd love to try spinning it.

lesley58 said...

The mini bon bon pack looks interesting! The fiber is begging to be spun!

LesleyAnn said...

Gotta choose roving top MERINO PUMPKIN wool top PhatFiber Feature November Approx 4 ounces Premium Top Spinning Felting and Crafts ... beautiful pumpkin color for the season!

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I like the Fiber Batt Merino Silk "Berry Blast" art batt June's Phatfiber Box.

Kim D said...

I love the yak silk roving fiber top YAKTASTIC 50 per cent Yak 50 percent Cultivated Mulberry Silk 2 ounces ... one because I have never worked with yak... 2. because I have never spun silk.. 3 because it looks lovely.

Josiah said...

I think it would be so much fun to be a part of the raw fiber of the month club.

Carmen N said...

The yak silk roving looks fun!

Hannah said...

Super tough call but I have to say the "Yarn Kit for YARN Magic Mitts 3 shade Gradient Worsted Natural Color" really appeals to me-- I want to work more with naturally colored wool, and I bet those would work up really lovely!

The roving to match is lovely too!

Gotta admit I'm a little intimidated by silk coccoons, though. First times for everything, eh?

Zan1st2000(ravelry) said...

Yak silk fibre and suri alpaca are my favourite.

Luv2CUSmile said...

I always think of her fibers as luxury type! The roving in pumpkin is so cool for fall. I would love that and try the drop spindle technique... (i am still waiting before trying it with her cashmere that i have).

Cityslingers said...

I am very tempted to try the sushi club although I love the berry blast batt

Kristen said...

I love the farm cards with the cute sheepy faces!

Brittany said...

I've been tempted to buy farm cards with Creamery on them since Creamery moved to Texas with me. :)

Kristebee said...

Love the double dip bonbon club! Makes me hungry just looking at it!

Kristebee on rav

Fawn said...

I love the sari silk!

Fawn said...

I love the sari silk!

susanjd said...

Locks Wool Raw Fleece MULTICOLOR LINCOLN Locks Raw Fleece 4 oz - beautiful!

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Anonymous said...

Yak Silk Roving?! Swoon.......

tktl on Ravelry

Allena said...

It's so hard to pick a favorite. I keep getting distracted by all the cute sheep. I'm going to say I love the Take Out Clubs. what a wonderful way to sample the fiber!

Bethany said...

Oh wow, I like the coffee tweed merino wool! Such a yummy store - no kill farm! Luxury fibers!