Saturday, August 31, 2013

Sharp Hook Giveaway!


Who wants to win a free Sharp Crochet Hook and a pattern book of their very own?  Yippee!

Yesterday I tested out the hook and checked out the book...so much fun!  Read about my adventures here...  If you'd like to have one too, enter to win, and if you are the lucky winner, the nice folks at Sharp Crochet Hook will send one right to you!



The Sharp Hook giveaway begins today, August 31st  at 12pm Eastern Standard Time and ends at 12am Eastern Standard time on September 7th.  Enter the contest by using the Rafflecopter entry form below, check it out:

This Giveaway has closed.  Thank you for entering and congratulations to the winner, Becky C.  You'll be getting an email from me soon!

59 comments:

  1. Hi Jennifer! I would love to be enterd into your Sharp hook drawing but I do not have a facebook or twitter account. Do you have any other means of entry? Love your patterns!

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    1. Hi Teresa! I just added the option to also leave a comment too to enter. So no worries about the Facebook or Twitter! Hope that helps! :)

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  2. Amazing giveaway,wanted this for ages,thank you for the chance to win it.

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  3. What a great giveaway! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  4. I would love to use this hook for crocheting edges on baby blankets, that always just looks so sweet

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  5. What a great giveaway! I would love to win. I'm planning a post on my blog about just this so I would love to say I won it here. Wish I had thought of this.
    Boocoos

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  6. I would absolutely love to win this crochet hook!!! I have been struggling with making crochet topped kitchen towels for months. I have a stack of them and have tried using a sharp darning needle, using an ice pick and even a tiny paper hole puncher. All I achieved was a mess. I have resorted in desperation to crocheting the topper and sewing it on the towel!~ A real no no!! When I saw this on your blog, I knew I had to have it, thanks for offering the give away!!!

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  7. How cool is this? This would make the life of the crocheter so much easier! Such a great concept! Can't wait to try it out! Hope I am lucky! Thank you for this opportunity to enter this give away!

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  8. From Jezz: I've never heard of this kind of hook--thanks for letting us know!

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  9. Awesome giveaway!!! I hope that I have the opportunity to win such a fantastic prize - I will have to hunt this Sharp Hook down & buy it!!! Thank you for the wonderful product review. I enjoy reading your posts/tutorials.

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  10. Nice give-away. Good to know there is a special pattern book.
    Regards,
    Nathaly

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  11. Wow this is great!! I have made flannel baby blankets with pretty crocheted edges, but I had no tool to punch holes with so I used a fine steel crochet hook to punch the holes into the flannel.
    Sally

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  12. Thanks for hosting this giveaway :-) I've always wanted to try the Sharp hook. And thanks for adding the blog comment way to enter; I'm not on Facebook or Twitter.

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  13. A couple of my friends just announced their pregnancies so I would like to add some ruffles on some baby socks. I think the sharp hook would come in handy for a lot of
    projects.

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  14. Hi Jennifer,
    First love your patterns you are so generous!
    I would love to try adding some crochet to the sleeves of a short sleeved shirt or two
    Thanks. ;)

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  15. i would love to try this. i have crocheted for many years & have done a lot of fancy extras on different items. i have always had to punch the holes with a darning needle. thanks for letting us know about this. thanks/chance

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  16. i follow you & enjoy all the things you show us. thanks for being here.

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  17. With the holidays approaching winning will make gift making extra fun. Thank you fot this opportunity.

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  18. I would love to put edgings on baby blankets!

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  19. I would definitely do the usual dish towels and pillowcases, but I really want to do a dress with a fabric yoke.

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  20. It would fun to add a pretty edging to a dress for my daughter.

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  21. Just made a cute little skirt for granddaughter. This would be a awesome addition. Thanks gor the opportunity!

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  22. Beautiful blog......wonderful give away....thank you.
    Anna

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  23. Hi Jennifer, I was looking for this hook is a few days behind, but I have not found it in my area. I'd love to be able to participate in this giveaway. Is this giveaway is only for the local area?

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  24. I haven't been able to find this in any of my local craft stores. Would love to give it a go!

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  25. I would like to add another 'art form' to my abilities. The winning of this tool and pattern book will help me on my way.

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  26. I would like to learn to put edgings on washcloths like my great grandma always did.

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  27. What a great idea as this could save time edging baby blankets done in fleece.
    Thank you for offering one as a giveaway

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  28. my son is in Afghanistan and I have crocheting like there is no tomorrow, to make the time fly. thank you for the ideas and your blog.

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  29. I've wanted to try one of these for a long time, great giveaway!! <3

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  30. This would be great for my partner!

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  31. Hello,
    I want to put endings on my napkins... the give-away comes just on time!!!
    great blog, i look for it nearly a jear!
    grtz, Beja

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  32. I have recently become reacquainted with my crochet past, this would be great for my xmas crafts!

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  33. Hi, I read the article about this hook and I like it very much, thank you for the article.

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  34. I've already seen these sharp hooks that look to be a brilliant idea! I have quite a few pieces of fabric that would make lovely little blankets, but just hemming them just doesn't seem enough! I have a 2 year old grandson and a 3 week old granddaughter, so this would be an idealitem for me right now! Fingers crossed I win, and thanks so much for hosting the giveaway!

    I love your blog and I'mm in the middle of making strawberry jam short buttoned scarf for a friend...you come up with some lovely, yet so easy ideas of things to make. thank you.

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  35. I would so love to win one of these,every time I can afford to buy one they are out of stock!

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  36. I would use the Sharp Hook to put crochet edgings on denim shorts and toppers on kitchen towels..and I'm not sure what else but I would probably be adding crochet to just about everything that doesn't already have any! :D

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  37. I would love to give this hook a try making crochet edgings on the bottom of fabric garments!

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  38. I'm planning to make edging for my collections of scarf. This Sharp crochet hook will be an awesome tool to do that. And the pattern book, will also be a great inspiration. Thanks, Jennifer for holding this Giveaway.

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  39. I've added borders to baby blankets using a fine crochet hook to make the holes, but this looks sooooo much easier. I'd would love to win a Sharp Hook!! Beth Werling Schoof

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  40. blankets, scarfs, collars, table cloth the list is endless. having fun thinking can not wait to see!

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  41. I am expecting second baby and have been enjoying crocheting. I would love more resources to make it more fun.

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  42. I am having so much fun reading your comments...you are all so creative!

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  43. Sounds awesome! I love crocheting anything!!!

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  44. I saw your previous post about the hook and it looks really neat. I have always wanted to crochet some edgings on some pillow cases.

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  45. I have been dying to make pillowcases with crocheted trim. This needle would help out with that project SOOO much!

    Melissa M.
    melissamoyers6982 at yahoo.com

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  46. I have recently gotten back into crochet.
    I had forgotten how versatile crochet can be.
    Thank you for your wonderful blog.
    All the best ...Leslie

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  47. I would love to have the book and hook! I have just gotten back into crocheting.

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  48. I'd love to make darling crochet edges on dresses for my toddler daughter. Thanks for the giveaway!

    onehotstove AT gmail DOT com

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  49. I would use it to edge a cute kid blanket pattern I saw but wasn't sure how I would crochet the edges.

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  50. What a great idea! A sharp hook would be great for embellishing fabric totebags/purses.

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  51. I would crochet some cute necklines!
    and skirts, and dresses and pillow cases BASICALLY EVERYTHING!

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  52. I'm so excited for this book and crochet hook! My email address is cecinbritt at yahoo dot com

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  53. I would use the hook to embellish t shirts for my 13 year old grand daughter with cotton crochet thread.

    Nikki
    manikki2002@yahoo.com

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  54. I have a kitchen towel that someone poked holes in and attached a crocheted handle to complete with a button. It attaches to my stove handle. I would love to be able to make those as Christmas gifts!

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  55. what a fab giveaway, thanks for the opportunity to win!
    i have never used one of these hooks, id love to try one!
    cheers,
    Claire

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