This month, Kristine of Connecticut is the random winner of our First Friday Freebie contest! Congratulations to Kristine! She will be receiving a copy of the booklet Crochet For The Kitchen, a collection of 14 crochet kitchen patterns. Thanks to everyone who participated! Stay tuned for our next contest on Friday, March 5, 2010.
It is time to crochet or knit scarves for the Special Olympics again! The project is being sponsored by Coats and Clark again. You can read all about how to submit your scarf or scarves HERE.
These are my submission from the last event:
I loved this pattern that was designed by Darla Fanton. This time around, the scarves must be knit or crocheted from Red Heart Cherry Red or Grey Heather. I can't wait to see all the beautiful scarves!
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.