Monday, March 6, 2017

Queen Conch Rare Breed Fibers Giveaway.

Jennifer at Queen Conch Rare Breeds sent us a fun little Old World Dye Kit for giveaway this month. She included a bit of fiber to dye as well as full instructions to dye with black walnuts.


She sells black walnut hulls in her etsy store. She also has many wonderful rare breed fibers that you can use to pad your stash!


I have dyed with walnuts before and I enjoyed the process. You can get beautiful blacks, browns, and creams with this natural dye. If you've never tried it before, I highly recommend it.


Enter using the widget below:


I've removed the "mandatory" tick from this tool. If you have trouble enter the giveaways, you can now gain one entry without using the giveaway tools. Go to the contributor shop, find your favorite item, come back here and comment on the blog post about what you found. Then just send me a private email that you want to enter without using the giveaway tool. My email address is crys at polyartgirl dot net.

If you want EXTRA entries, you'll need to use the giveaway tools widget above. If you have trouble, please see our tutorial. FIRST sign in on the giveaway widget above. You'll be given several options to gain entries to the giveaway.

The first entry is that you will go to Shiny Briny find something you love then come back here and comment on this blog entry about it.

You can gain an additional entry for each of the following: "hearting" the Shiny Briny Store, tweeting about the giveaway, or pinning a photo of the roving on Pinterest.

You will earn three additional entries for making a purchase in the Shiny Briny Store and sharing the transaction ID.

Thank you for supporting our independent artists. They are the only reason we have Phat Fiber to obsess over!

24 comments:

Lisa said...

It's so hard to pick just one! But since I must, I love the Valais Blacknose Rare breed Wool. I just want to pet those beauties!

Anonymous said...

Your links are to the wrong store front

Chris said...

Skude died blue is fantastic!

Yvonne Gauntt said...

I like the Gorgeous True Soay Wool, although I'd really like to try all of them, so might have to get a spinning study set at some point.

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I like the Rare Breed Batt Campfire.

Sylvia1002 said...

ohhhh I love the Opalessence Stitch Markers!

Debby said...

The Valais Blacknose Rare breed Wool - the sheep look soooo cute!

Dovile said...

Jacob Ewe Yarn and Fleeces, Organic Rare Breed Wool looks lovely!

Sheri Karobonik said...

I love the cute little Valais Blacknose Rare breed Wool (Washed RAW) Felting or Blending, and Spinning. I would love to spin this.

Melz1966 said...

Love the Valais Black nose Rare breed wool.

Katherine said...

Soay Wool -- I've never spun it and they are just the cutest sheep!

InJuneau said...

The wool from the Valais Blacknose sheep looks lovely!

Emily said...

I like the looks of the Alpines Steinschaf fiber.

Suzanne Marie Marinus said...

I love the Valais Blacknose Rare breed Wool. This is my favorite sheep

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

The Rustic Leather Fox Buttons are wonderful.

Miskate said...

I'm digging the Valais Blacknose wool. The sheep are too cute, and the curls look so fun to spin!

Aleda said...

I like the red organic Florida Gulf Coast sheep yarn - neat looking yarn and lovely color!

susanjd said...

there is lots of really neat, interesting and beautiful fibre on her site. But this one has the neatest name - Pommersches Landschaf Pomeranian Country Sheep

Savanna A said...

Oh my! The hand carved mother of pearl deer buttons. Those are spectacular!

Mary B said...

I know this is a silly reason but my favorite is the Valais Blacknose Rare Breed Wool because they look as if they just popped out of a fantasy book. Such beautiful ringlets.

Snaps said...
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Snaps said...

Heidschnucke Sheep Roving

spaceystacie said...

There are so many breeds in this shop that I haven't tried yet! The Educational Wool kit might be the way to go for me because it includes samples of 10 different breeds and information on their history. I love this idea!

SherryG. said...

Valais Blacknose Rare breed Wool.