Friday, November 14, 2014

Enter to Win the Fabulous Red Heart Yarn Giveaway!





A few days ago, visitor number 10 million stopped by Fiber Flux!  I wanted to extend a special thank you for your loyal readership and the amazing community that has grown as a result.



To kick off the celebration, I have an awesome giveaway for you today stitchers!  To get a head start of your projects this season, here is a fabulous package from Red Heart Yarns! A $50 value, here's what's included:


  • 1 Medley
  • 1 Heads Up
  • 1 Reflective
  • 1 Boutique Swanky
  • 2 Sizzle
  • 1 Boutique Sassy Fabric
  • and a fabulous Red Heart Logo Tote Bag to put it all in!

Special thanks also to Red Heart Yarns for sponsoring the giveaway!

This giveaway has ended, congratulations to Betty L!  Thank you to everyone who entered!

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355 comments:

  1. Wow, great giveaway! Love your patterns!

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  2. I would probably make scarves to give as gifts

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  3. I make hats, so some would make more hats!

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  4. I would make teacher gifts for my kids' teachers...I have 4 kids and among them all, they have 10 teachers!

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  5. I would definitely be making some hats and scarves/cowls since it's getting soooo cold here in WV. :)

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  6. I would make teacher gifts for my kids' teachers. I have 4 kids, and they have a total of 10 teachers!!

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  7. I'm a total newbie at knitting and crochet. Falling in love with it. Love you site and all the inspiration

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  8. Would love to try some new scarf patterns.

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  9. I would make fun Christmas ornaments!

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  10. I'm not an expert! But, I'm a wannabe! Maybe, some scarves to improve my skills! ;)

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  11. I'd make more hats! Lots of christmas gifts this year.

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  12. I'll never say no to a chance to win free stuff!

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  13. I would make some small items for around the house

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  14. I have recently started crocheting, so far I have made two beautiful hats for my daughters. I have made some samples of many stitches with the left over yarn (I can't get enough of this). Working on socks, slippers and reading alot about technique, I just don't have that much yarn yet. Would love to make more, but this old lady could use some nice yarn.

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  15. I would make scarves with all those different yarns!

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  16. I always give all my items away....I would make a blanket for me.....Its time for me to enjoy my work as others have! <3 ty for the chance!

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  17. I am really into cowls these days. I would make them (and matching hats!) for anyone who would take them!

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  18. I would make myself something since I never do that

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  19. I would make a reflective scarf for my neighbor's kid, and probably a cowl out of the swanky...not sure what else - Congrats on the 10 million visitors! you're awesome!

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  20. This is great, a chance to do even more knitting projects this winter!

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  21. I would make some Christmas gifts for my family.

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  22. Not sure what I would make yet, have to see it in person ;)

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  23. What would I make? What wouldn't I make?!?! :-p

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  24. Love yarn! Especially free yarn! I could use this for numerous knitting patterns. Thanks for the opportunity! (cdlittleton)

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  25. I would make some new hats and scarves!

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  26. I would make Christmas gifts for family members.

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  27. i would love to try my first infinity cowl

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  28. I'd be making Christmas gifts for everyone!

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  29. This is a wonderful giveaway. Thanks for this chance to win.

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  30. I would make more gifts for the family :)

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  31. I would crochet some hats for my friends and family. (Crochet AddictUK)

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  32. This'd be lovely!

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  33. Would love some yarn to make a dressy poncho for the Holidays!

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  34. I'd make items for the homeless, the sizzle I'd sit down with elementary kids and teach them how to make friendship bracelets.

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  35. I would love to try out some new yarns!

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  36. Right now, I'm into scarves and hats.

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  37. I would make hats or scarves.

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  38. I would make Christmas gifts for my family.

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  39. I'd make a few scarves and hats for my fiance. :]

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  40. Congrats to you!!! Always a joy to see new things & be inspired to create ^_^

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  41. I'd make scarves or cowls to keep warm this winter! ;)

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  42. Would love to make scarves. Been making blankets lately.

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  43. I'm currently working on some projects for a charity auction and in the middle of some Christmas orders. The yarn selection in my area is lacking, to say the least. I would LOVE to try some new yarns! The possibilities are endless!

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  44. I love all the Red Heart products I've tried. I would love to try even more!

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  45. My 2 sisters live up north where it is beginning to get very cold. I'd like to make them ear warmers.

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  46. I knit and crochet daily and would love to get my hands on this yarn and goodies.

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  47. I'd use it for some last-minute Christmas, errr maybe New Year's?, gifts!

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  48. I would make hats for cancer patients!

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  49. I would make hats, scarves, and wrist warmers. Nice selection!

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  50. Would make some scarves I think...and haven't seen the Sizzle yarn before...see a comment above here, about friendship bracelets tho? Know that wiould be cool to share doing with my Grangirlie! Thanks! :)

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  51. I belong to a charity group, always looking for yarn!!!!! What a great giveaway.

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  52. Sometimes I choose my projects then my yarn, other times I choose my yarn then my project.

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  53. I would make beautiful hats for my 7 beautiful granddaughters =) had to comment as anonymous as I do not have any of the other ids. Thank you for the great gieveaway! Sincerely Darlene Martin

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  54. I would love to make my daughters and granddaughters some hats and gloves.

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  55. I'm making hats, scarves, and bags for Christmas, and I feel like I keep going to the store to find the perfect yarn. This would save me a trip!

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  56. Most likely a pattern test of something for one of my girls. :)

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  57. Hats, cowls/infinity scarves, boot cuffs! :)

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  58. Um a lot? hehe. Well for starters I'd probably make a new scarf. But I have been wanting to try some pillows out. Hmmm decisions, decisions.

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  59. Oh yes! I want to take a chance on this give away, I'm very curious to knit or crochet with some new yarn.

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  60. I would love some new yarns!

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  61. for sure Christmas gifts for the family !thank you for the opportunity!and congrats!!!

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  62. I take my hook to make various things (shawls, hats, bags, toys, etc.) in order to earn some money for my project started in 2004 after the tsunami: http://www.vienna-srilanka.org/. A goodies-bag would therefore be really welcomed.

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  63. If I was Lucky enough to win, I would make more a dog sweater for my neighbors pooch with the reflective used for trim. Amd slipper s and tote bags for Christmas gifts.

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  64. I never tried this yarn, so I'm very curious! I think I will crochet an Amineko with it :-D

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  65. What a lovely early Christmas gift, lots of gifts to make.

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  66. I would love to make something special for each of my grandkids. All seven of them.

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  67. Hats, gloves and more! Thanks for the chance!

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  68. Hmm... I think I would make hats or an Afghan. :3

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  69. I'd make more hats or scarves for charity donations I'm working on.

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  70. I would probably make a scarf or cowl. I only make simple projects.

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  71. As a beginner I would love to win. I'd make ornaments & gifts. Great blog. I follow everywhere! Thanks!

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  72. As a beginner I would love to win. I need yarn & a bag to put it in. I follow you everywhere. I'd love to make ornaments and gifts. Fingers crossed!

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  73. As a beginner I'd love yarn & a bag to put it in. Ornaments & gifts is what I'd make. Thanks!

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  74. I would make more hats to donate to the local shelter. It is cold in upstate ny!

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  75. I love your blog and visit frequently! Thank you so much for your generosity in offering this giveaway. It looks fun! :o)

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  76. I would make a hat or scarf...or both :0)

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  77. Gifts and donations to my local cancer center. I love trying new yarns. The Boutique Sassy is the only one I have used. I love it!

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  78. Jules of crochetandsmile on RavNovember 15, 2014 at 10:04 AM

    I love seeing different yarns and would love to play with this wonderful collection. Thanks for another fab giveaway

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  79. I am making matching scarfs and fingerless gloves sets for Christmas gifts.

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  80. There is a swanky cowl I've been wanting to try but never had the yarn for. I've actually never tried any of these yarns so it would be a full fiber exploration!

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  81. Since my local store cannot get some of these Red Heart yarns in stock (their supplier will only give them a limited supply of RH SuperSaver yarns), I would love to try them out. I am 125 miles from the nearest other yarnshop, so travelling, especially in winter is an all day, big deal. And usually, what I want to look at is the last thing we get to do.

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  82. Thank you for the chance to win new and different types of yarn to try.

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  83. I'd make scarves, hats, and legwarmers to keep warm this winter!

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  84. I would like to make an Infinity Scarf . . . or Baby Hats . . . Or Cat Toys mmmmmm! Decisions decisions :-)

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  85. Depending how the yarn feels in my hands I would make hats, scarves, and mittens for Faith Mission. Already cold weather is here and heads and hands get mighty cold when not protected.

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  86. I would make scarves for my daughter and me!

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  87. I would make a prayer shawl and scarves.

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  88. I want to make some cowls with the Swanky yarn!

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  89. I love hats, so I'd make some hats.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  90. I have been cowl crazy so a new cowl!

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  91. I'd use it to finish my gifts and also for items for charity.

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  92. Wow, What a Great Giveaway, Thank You , Hope I win so I can make some really Wow gifts for Christmas..! ! !

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  93. I just started crocheting and love yarn and want to make my friends hats and scraves.

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  94. love to crochet some hats for my friends love new yarn.

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  95. I would make warm hats to donate to our community's Kids Kloset that provides clothing to children in need.

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  96. I am always searching for new yarns & different adult sized patterns.

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  97. I would love to win this giveaway. So many different yarns. I would make scarves and hats and jewelry. Thanks Fiberflux and Redheart for the giveaway!

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  98. I would love to win this giveaway. So many different types of yarn. I would make scarves, hats and jewelry. Thanks Fiberflux and Red heart for the chance to win this great giveaway and a chance to try out new yarns!

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  99. love to crochet some hats for my friends love new yarn.

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  100. I've got a couple of throw patterns that are just waiting for the right yarn.

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  101. I would love to make some Christmas presents!

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  102. I would make hats and scarves for family for the winter. Also some baby items.

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  103. I would make some coats for naked chickens and a few baby hats for the prem unit x

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  104. I would make some infinity scarves and hats.....plus whatever else the grandkids would like <3

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  105. I love your patterns and have made 16 Pavement Infinity Cowls. Thank you for this awesome giveaway!

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  106. Thanks so much for the giveaway!! You can never have to much yarn!!

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  107. I love trying new yarns!

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  108. I would make lots of warm things. It's cold! brrr..... :)

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  109. I would make things for our women's homeless shelter. Congratulations. Thanks for the awesome giveaway

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  110. Ohh the beanies and scarves I could make!!!

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  111. Whatever the yarn tells me it wants to be!

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  112. I would make some gifts for my friends and family :)
    D.

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  113. I would make something to donate or give to someone in need with the yarn winnings - after all it is the season of giving and it's all about "giving back!"

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  114. I wpuld make a beauty pressent for my mom.

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  115. I would make a beaty pressent for my mom.

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  116. Scarves/cowls are my projects!

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  117. I would make some scarves to give as presents.

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  118. I am a Senior Caregiver. I would make some warm items for my elderly clients.

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  119. Would love to win this and would make something for my grandkids from the yarns

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  120. Awesome yarn and would love to win!

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  121. I would try to make something new, that I haven't tried yet ;)

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  122. Making warm clothing items and blankets as fast as I can!

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  123. I'd make hats and/or scarves to give as gifts. It's cold here!

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  124. Scarves/cowls, hats, and a belt (from the 2 spools of Sizzle)!

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  125. I would make all my family something for Christmas- 36 members :)

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  126. Love your blog! I have made so many of your patterns. Congratulations!

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  127. What a great prize. Fingers crossed

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  128. espero ganar

    FilenaBravo

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  129. Not sure what I would make with the yarn - yet. I'd have to get it and see. :D Either way, that bag would be awesome to have! :D

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  130. I would make things for my son :-) He's 17 months and could use some hats!

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  131. Thank you for your site & FB page. Great giveaway!

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  132. I would make Christmas gifts for my family

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  133. I would use it to make Christmas gifts. I'm a bit addicted to making beanies and boot cuffs right now.

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  134. Headband with reflective. Ruffle bag with sassy, cowl with sequins.

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  135. I would crochet some warm stuff for my family.

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  136. I would crochet up something warm for my mom and grandma who just turned 99 two weeks ago.

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  137. I would make some scarves for this winter to giverify away.

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  138. I would most likely make hats and scarves for the winter

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  139. Usually I know what to do with the yarn when I hold it in my hands. It sure would be warm and cosy!

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  140. I love yarn! Happiness in material form.

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  141. I would make hats and scarves. As I'm unemployed I really could use some free yarn.

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  142. I would make more lapghans for cancer patients at our infusion center.

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  143. I would maake Hoodie, and scarf I love making thing that keep people nice and warm.,,,

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  144. Thanks for the giveaway. I can make a lot of things with that

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  145. I would make hats. I do a lot of them this time of year.

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  146. More hats and shawls for the yarn ministry I belong to!

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  147. Working on an afghan for my husband of many colors, and probably lots of warm things! Snow has begun to fall here.

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  148. I'd make scarves, you can never have too many:)

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  149. Your projects were the first I was able to Follow and complete!..I couldnt read patterns..but the margaret cowl was my first!..thank u for all of your work!

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  150. Love yarn.....can never have enough!!

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  151. Something quick. I haven't had much time to crochet since going back to work, so I'm looking for quick projects.

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  152. I would make boots and hats for my baby.

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  153. I'd make a purse for my sister. I'd probably make gifts for friends with the rest.

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  154. Wow, this is Awesome! ... Thank you!!!

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  155. I am making infinity scarves with Red Hart Super Saver yarn.

    I would love to work with the yarn that you are offering in the giveaway.

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  156. I would make a lot of Gifts to keep others warm :)

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  157. I would probably make crochet mug warmers to give as a thank you gifts to my friends who helped me with my thesis :)

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  158. I've wanted to try the sizzle for water bottle carriers or a purse. The reflective would be great for kids hats. I'm not sure what else to make with the other yarns yet.

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  159. I've wanted to try the sizzle for water bottle carriers and maybe a purse.

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  160. I would make hats, scarves, and wrist warmers.

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  161. So many fun yarns!

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  162. I would make crocheted hats for friends and family

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  163. Lately I have been making scarfs for friends and family. Currently making an afghan for my husband. I enjoy crocheting dishcloths to learn/see a new pattern. So many good ideas out there . . . to all of you for the great free patterns - THANKS!!!!!

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  164. Scarfs and hats with matching mitts! Thank you so much for an opportunity to win this.

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  165. I am currently in love with cowls and hooded scarves...so that is what I would be making!

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  166. I would make hats for my girls

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  167. scarves, maybe a hat thanks for the chance!

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  168. I would make more slouchy hats!!!

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  169. If I won this giveaway I would make items for Christmas for my family.

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