Friday, February 05, 2010

February First Friday Freebie

We have a really fun crochet book this month for our First Friday Freebie giveaway. You have a chance to win Crochet for the Kitchen published by the American School of Needlecraft in 2006 (24 pages of patterns) and designed by Svetlana Avrakh. Crochet patterns consist of 14 fun and easy projects including aprons, dishcloths, towel toppers, scrubbies, curtain trims and place mats. Designs use cotton worsted weight yarn.
We think you will love some quick, easy and fun projects to work on. In order for you to win this month's offering, just leave a comment here on this post telling us what was the last project you made using 100% cotton worsted weight yarn. 
PLEASE, PLEASE do not forget to leave your email address along with your comment! If you don't wish to leave your email address in the post, please send your email address to: 
cutecrochetATgmailDOTcom along with your name. We cannot notify a winner without an email address.
Winner will be chosen at random on February 19, 2010.
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15 comments :

Khadija said...

I made a dishcloth with sugar 'n cream.

Deneen said...

Actually, I made a bunch of chemo caps to send to someone from Ravelry whose husband is undergoing chemo treatments now.

I have made tons of Spiral scrubbies, dishcloths, facecloths, baby cloths, hot pads-worsted 100% cotton is so versatile and inexpensive and making little kitchen items is such an easy way to use scraps and get yourself out of a "slump".

deneen@yarnsandmusings.com

Kristine said...

I made 8 dishcloths for a friend who decided to "go green" with the new year. Then I used the scraps to make little scrubbies to match them. I used Sugar & Cream colors to go with her kitchen decor.

kristine.mullen@sbcglobal.net

Linda said...

I have made many dishcloths for myself and family our of sugar 'n cream.

llsimons@hotmail.com

Barbara said...

Since you're wanting our last project made, I crocheted an Inga bag out of cotton yarn to use for a market bag. I plan on making more and using them when I go to the grocers etc. One of the things I wish to do this year is make a lot of ecologically friendly items that can be used for years to come and market bags are one of them. Reduce, reuse, recycle right?

Colleen said...

I made a vintage toaster cover for myself because I couldn't find what I liked in the stores. I've made several potholders, dish cloths and towel toppers for a local senior citizen group to sell at their annual craft fair.

ckbaker46@yahoo.com

Becky in Ohio said...

I made a few dishcloths and I have to say they are better than any I have bought at the store!

becfie@aol.com

Peaches said...

I made a baby bib and burp cloth with lily sugar 'n cream. It was pretty quick and easy, and the yarn was fun to work with.

levite247@gmail.com

Shana said...

This is so funny because for the last few days I have been making all kinds of dishcloths with Sugar and Cream.

Letty said...

I made a basket and finished it with leather handles.
Thank you so much for this giveaway, it looks like a very nice book!

lettyshomepage@hotmail.com

SimplyCrochet said...

I make dish cloths and towels from Sugar n cream. These are the only ones that I use. I love them.

jennifer_nicole_wallace@yahoo.com

Ashley said...

Let's see, I made some very cute baby bibs, dishcloths, and washcloths! I used lily's sugar and cream

acgreene@ymail.com

Anonymous said...

I recently made dishcloths and spa cloths with Sugar And Cream. I enjoy kitchen projects because of their usefullness, and they make nice gifts. I enjoy crocheting dishcloths because they can be made quickly, and fit in my purse so I can crochet anywhere.


Palmickey4@me.com

wendyb532 said...

I recently crocheted a valentines kitchen set with sugar n' cream yarn.

Rachel C said...

I just started crocheting, so I haven't made anything of 100% cotton. I would love to try it though!!
rach62803@yahoo.com