Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Plum Crazy Ranch and Fiber art needle felting kit giveaway!






How about starting a new craft in the new year?! Have you tried Needle Felting? Here is an opportunity from Plum Crazy Ranch and Fiber Art! Plum Crazy Ranch offers many luxury fibers to work with!

I just love looking at the Plum Crazy Ranch and Fiber Art website! It's full of smiling faces- both the two and four-legged kind! It's also quite fun to browse all of the gorgeous fibers and tools! Spend some time dreaming today!

If you'd like to be entered to win this needle felting kit, please visit Plum Crazy Ranch today, find something you love, and write about it in the comment section below. We'll count your shares on social media as entries!

42 comments:

IAmACuttlefish said...

I'd love to try some of the guanaco!

lesley58 said...

The hand felted teddy bear is sooo cute! It would be the perfect gift for a new baby!

Ann said...

I would love to try vicuna or guanaco... I used to work with guanaco when I was in college (went to be a zookeeper)... but unfortunately I wasnt spinning at the time and never thought to collect the fiber... Man do I miss Squirt (he was a young guanaco that used to try and spit on us all the time) :)

Jessica Jo said...

Time waster! Don't you know I have lots of things I shoudl be doing, not getting lost in the fiber world? Bah! I wouldn't mind some of her Controlled Choas, this one was pretty: http://www.etsy.com/listing/119155720/handpulled-roving-angora-merino-llama?ref=shop_home_active

Reni said...

I have never tried felting before so this looks like an exciting thing to do. I agree that the Teddy is incredibly cute!!!

purplepenguin said...

Such yummy goodness! I like Cashmere 100 percent FAWN COLOR , Forest Fairie Top Baby Camel Baby Alpaca Silk Merino roving, and 100% Yak combed top roving to spin Light Brown luxury fiber. I do have xhampagne taste, don't I!

Anonymous said...

I've always wanted to have some vicuña, just to touch and say I had.
tktl on Ravelry

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I like the Crazy Handspun yarn in Alpaca & Silk 3-ply dk weight 130 yards in multicolor knit.

LesleyAnn said...

THIS giveaway is exciting! I'd love to learn to needle felt.

Erin said...

Mulberry Silk Carrier Rods handpainted PURPLE, pretty pretty

Jennifer Roush said...

I am loving the Silk Carrier Rods and the Forest Faerie with some Sari Silk Fiber :)

Chris said...

"Forest Fairie" with baby camel looks fun!

amchart said...

The Superfine Merino wool roving 15 color felting blending spinning pack look super fun!

clotho98 said...

I'm definitely thinking about bidding on the Controlled Chaos CRAZY Art Batt with Silk, Nylon, Rayon, Cotton, Angora and Wool, because that looks pretty cool! http://www.ebay.com/itm/CRAZY-Art-Batt-Silk-Nylon-Rayon-Cotton-Angora-Wool-Controlled-Chaos-Line-1oz-/160936710022?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2578934f86

clotho98 said...

Crazy Needle Felting Adaptor - Convert Sewing Machine to Felt! Comes with 6 Needles. - Pinned to my Pinterest page because I had no idea there was such a gadget. Want!! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/1407443607433284/

Kristen said...

Um, actually I'd like a dauchshund. But I'm devoted to rescue and my house is full. But squee for puppies!

Carmen N said...

I want to roll in the Merino wool combed top roving 18.5 micron 100s grade spinning fiber

Em from Wallflower Arts said...

I can't decide between the baby camel top or the Super Fine Merino 15 colour pack.
I have done needle felting before but can't afford to buy more supplies right now. There is some beautiful stuff there.

Dovile said...

I think the Handspun Alpaca Yarn Navajo plied with blue metallic thread looks gorgeous!

Dovile said...

pin: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/442830575831762496/

Logan V said...

I love the 15-color pack of merino roving! It would spin up into some amazing, colorful yarn.

Perrin said...

I have never spun guanaco. It is on my bucket list

Skittles said...

The forest fairie looks fabulous and the guanaco is quite intriguing.

Emma Nicholsin said...

Loving the Mulberry Silk Carrier Rods handpainted LICHEN colorway

camphillpeaches said...

I would like to try needle felting again. The last time I did, I killed my fingers and gave up. :(

andri. said...

I have no idea how to do needle felting, but I'd love to try!

Anonymous said...

100% Cashmere! WOW!
rosebob on ravelry

Anonymous said...

Needle Felting, this looks very interesting to try.
apple380 on ravelry

PK Sews said...

I love the Handspun Kid Mohair with silk blend core. Sooo eautiful! Thanks for the opportunity to win and to try felting. I haven't tried it yet!

pippirose said...

I love the CRIA baby llama and baby alpaca roving. Love the bright colours available.

Sheila said...

I have only needle felted a few times but I would love to do more. I really want the Grass Green Mulberry Silk Carrier Rods. I think it would be perfect for needle felting shamrocks or leprechauns for St Patricks Day.

Pinned and tweeted too.

Anonymous said...

The Guanaco!:)
ilovemyipad on ravelry

Silja Devine said...

I love that the shop has both Guanaco and chinchilla fibers! Having had a Chinchille before I know hoe soft their fur is!

A. Hiscock said...

Ooh, the Snow White batt looks lovely! Just like a cuddly cloud. And I'll bet the Forest Fairie top is just a dream to spin!

Michelle DeWinter said...

I have always wanted to try spinning silk hankies!
http://www.etsy.com/au/listing/113358470/mulberry-silk-hankies-handpainted-blue?ref=shop_home_active_10

mybrainhurts on ravelry said...

Forest Fairie Top Baby Camel Baby Alpaca Silk Merino roving reminds me of hot chocolate with a lot of cream. Yum. I want to pet it!

Anonymous said...

I would just love to try some Camel.
zelator on ravelry

Eleanor Thomas said...

I love the hand-pulled roving entitled controlled chaos line..interesting colorway!

Joanne said...

The handpainted silk carrier rods are very cool!

Sherry Glover said...

The Teddy Bear is great. I have never felted before and I would like to try with this set.

sherryglover1 on RAV

Cityslingers said...

The silk hankies are so pretty

InJuneau said...

I love the Vicuna and Guanaco fibers!