Monday, July 28, 2014

New and Fun ~ a giveaway, too!

 

Hi, Knitters,
I have a few new-to-me products to share with you today and stay tuned for a cool giveaway opportunity. The first items on my list are from a new-to-me dyer, Sheepish Creations on Etsy. I happened upon this shop due to an Instagram photo I saw that showed some stunning handspun yarn. After a tiny bit of investigating I found the Etsy shop and the exact colorway of the yarn. I can't remember who took that initial photo of the handspun (anyone remember?) but the fiber was called Little House on the Prairie. Well, right there I was pretty much sold. I quickly added the Little House on the Prairie 4 oz. of merino fiber to my cart.


The shop is run by Robin and Pam Bates from North Carolina. They do great work.

I continued to look around the shop for bit. There are other things like undyed fiber, dryer ball kits, ribbon, dyes, and more. It is a fun shop alright. I ran across some Wensleydale fiber and I have been wanting to try spinning some new fibers. This seemed the perfect fit.


The photo above and the first photo are the beautiful Wensleydale 4 oz. braid. The colorway is Prairie Field, which once again, grabbed me instantly. It is an interesting fiber, slightly crimped and not super soft but I like that sometimes. Plus, I'm all about the prairie in every way possible be it Little House or the actual prairies and meadows I hike on nearly everyday.

Here is the information from Sheepish Creations about this gorgeous braid of Wensleydale:

Prairie Field - Wensleydale Wool Roving (Top) - Handpainted Spinning or Felting Fiber - 4 ounces

For those of you who enjoy spinning, here's 100% lovely Wensleydale fiber. This is soft, lofty, and has a long staple, so it's fabulous for all skill levels. This is processed as combed top, although is often incorrectly referred to as roving. I spin this fiber myself, and I love the lofty and unique yarn that I can achieve so easily.

Have fun trying out a less-common type of wool. Sure to be a pleasure to spin!


Above is the 4 oz. Merino braid from Sheepish Creations called Little House on the Prairie. I love the white clouds, blue sky, brown trees and ground and of course the green. It's prairie colors all the way. Here is what Sheepish Creations had to say about this braid:

Little House on Prairie - Merino Roving (Top) - Handpainted Spinning or Felting Fiber - 4 ounces

For those of you who enjoy spinning, here's 100% lovely Merino fiber. This is super-amazingly soft, lofty, and drafts like butter! Some merino is hard for beginners, but this stuff is perfect for both beginners as well as advanced spinners looking for something lusciously soft. This is processed as combed top, although is often incorrectly referred to as roving.

Sure to be a pleasure to spin!



I'm pretty excited about spinning up both of these fantastic fibers! I'll keep you posted. Sheepish Creations has excellent customer service, too. I had some correspondence with the owner and she was extremely helpful and responsive. It looks like they have a lot of followers and a lot of sales already so this shop isn't new to everyone, it is a popular one to say the least.




Speaking of popular, the always innovative Signature Needles Arts has come up with a 100% cotton Blocking Cloth with built in 1-inch squares. You can wash it, throw it down anywhere, protect floors and beds while blocking and use the grid to make sure your measurements are accurate. When you are done simply fold it up and put it away. I think it is a great concept. 

Thanks to the kind folks at Signature for sending me a Blocking Cloth of my own to use and use over and over again. It's very smart.



How about this adorable hand-painted knitting gnome? I love it! My friend jenb69 (rav id) sent me two wonderful painted canvas bags that her friend Linda (redhotart - rav id) makes and sells on her Etsy shop called, Red Hot Art by Linda. I love them so much and I think you would, too. Thank you for the sweet gift!




Not all of her bags are knitting related and I love those bags, too. Linda lives in Florida so she has a great beach theme to her shop. Linda is kind and helpful and she loves requests so I know she would love to hear from you if you have something in mind. 

Linda has recently joined my Ravelry Group, Itty-Bitty Knits and it is so much fun to see her jumping in and talking to everyone. She started a thread for bag suggestions on our forum so you could also chat with her there.

Click here for the Itty-Bitty Knits group and bag thread! Linda's photo on Rav is adorable, she is standing next to her hanging painted bags.



Both sides of the bags are painted, which I love. The attention to detail is wonderful and the quality of the canvas is excellent. It is sturdy and still pretty soft as far as canvas goes. I think with wear and tear it will soften up even more. 


I love bags like this to put smaller project bags in when I am out and about. It is a great beach or pool bag, too, or a market bag. It is pretty large and can hold a lot.

Linda has offered to give a hand-painted bag away as a prize to one of you! Thank you, Linda. Please leave a comment on this post and I will randomly select a winner in a couple of days. Please leave your email or Ravelry ID in your comment to win a tote bag. I will then put the winner in touch with Linda to discuss your new bag. 

This is a great shop to check out! Hop on over to Red Hot Art by Linda on Etsy!


A little while ago I was sent this really interesting skein of yarn by LanaMundi Yarns and sold by the  Feel Good Yarn Co.


If you are like me and you spend time outside in the cold weather you will love this yarn. The Silver Spun has silver in it and therefore it is conductive and therapeutic. Knit it into the fingertips of your gloves or mittens and you can use your phone or iPad without removing your gloves or mittens. This is such a cool concept and I can't wait to give it a try. Are you with me on this? 

Here is what the Feel Good Yarn Co has to say on their website about the benefits of silver in a yarn:

BENEFITS: 
The silver content in SilverSpun makes it therapeutic and conductive. Silver inhibits the growth of odor causing bacteria, has excellent thermal properties, is nontoxic and is perfect for those suffering from diabetes, arthritis and sensitive skin. Silver is also an excellent conductive agent thus allowing smartphone or tablet touch screen use while wearing gloves knit from the yarn. The silver is permanently adhered to the yarn and will not wash out.



One last thing before I leave you today, I was so happy to be included in the Twinset Designs Podcast's Living Doll Knitalong. The group used my doll pattern, Mary, Millie & Morgan, as a template to create dolls that resembled someone loved or important to the knitter. Many made the dolls resemble a beloved child. But one fancy and talented member of the group knit her dolls to resemble Jan and Ellen, the actual twins of the Twinset Designs Podcast. Jan and Ellen have an adorable photo of themselves as toddlers in bonnets and plaid dresses and it is just charming. Turbogrrl on Instagram or Turbogal on Ravelry, is the creator and knitter of these fantastic dolls and she is sending them all over the globe (literally!) on a Flat Stanley type tour. I was honored to be included so I brought the girls out on my evening hike and took some photos. How much fun is that? I love everything about the doll tour and the Twinset Designs Podcast. I never miss an episode! Oh, and if you are on Instagram the hashtag to check out where these dolls are traveling is: #twinsettour


Well, I hope you found something new-to-you in this post. Let me know! It's always fun to see different products that are available to us as knitters. 

Don't forget to leave a comment to enter to win a tote bag!! Good luck and let the comments begin. I'll be back soon with a winner and much more. I hope your week is off to a good start.
best, susie

206 comments:

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Kris said...

I would love a prize!! Thank you !

debd94 said...

Thank you for sharing these wonderful finds!
The bags are beautiful!

Jersey Shore Deb said...

The bags are adorable--especially the knitting sheep!
Deb in NJ
JerseyShoreDeb on Ravelry

Jessica said...

I would love to win one of Linda's great bags!

Janebg1923

AnneLena said...

I've always loved Sheepish Creations. The bags are adorable, I'd love to rock one.

Anonymous said...

I love, too, that the bags are printed on both sides. And such cute designs! Thanks to both of you for the giveaway.
RAV: KnitsWithSnicks

Sarah said...

Adorable bags! I can always use another tote.
Rav: simbaswing

Anonymous said...

The bags are beautiful and I'd love to win one.
RavID Tragiccnet

shortoldlady said...

Such creative bags! Thanks for the chance to win one.

shortoldlady56

Margaret said...

Those are the cutest bags.

Rav ID: margvv

amchart said...

cute bags! love the blocking cloth.

Anne said...

Inspiring, as always! Rav ID annealden

Sophia Walsh said...

You always share the most amazing things on your blog! I especially love the bags!

marphia - ravID

Paula Bannon said...

Those bags are adorable!!
MissPaulaKnits on Ravelry

Serena said...

That gnome speaks to me! So cute! Now off to check out SheepishCreations.
SerenaKate on Ravelry

Kelsie Butler said...

Those bags are adorable! I am always looking for cute knitting bags. I would love to win one!

Rav ID: soonerknitter

Lila B said...

Such adorable bags - thank you for an opportunity to win one!
RavId: cryla1009

Kathy said...

Ohhhh, I know who I'd give the gnome mushroom bags to. My friend loves them. Throw my name in the hat!

Kim Watkins said...

Love the bags, and you can never have too many bags! rav id sk13199

Jasmin said...

The twinset dolls are PERFECTION. :)
-Jasmin (cuteknitter)

Katie said...

I.love.that.gnome.bag!!! Very cute!

Heather J said...

What great bags!

lotsofhermies on Rav

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the giveaway...I love bags for my projects or just to carry things.
tlobner on RAV

Sharon said...

Those bags are adorable! I'd love to own one.
rav ID craftysbs

Laura (in PA) said...

The tote bags are wonderful! I love that they're painted on both sides.

I can't get over how wonderful the dolls turned out - especially compared to the photo. What a talented lady that Turbogal is!

Thanks for the great blog, as usual. :)
Laura (LauraKnitsPA on Rav)

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

Love the tote bags!!! So cute!!!

Ber said...

Those bags are so cute. I'd love one!
Ber
Bee30-rav id

Mela said...

I use plastic bags for my knitting. Would love one ,they are sooooo cute!

kleggett said...

The totes are great!

Momma-mac said...

Those tote bags are too cute

gail said...

Oops! Sorry Susan, forgot my rav Id is cottontail.

Michelle said...

A girl can never have too many totes! quique on rav

Marit said...

Charming bags. Thanks for offering.Ravid milkymoon.

jensimoneau said...

I have a thing for gnomes. Very cute bags
Jensknits on ravelry

Tori said...

Ahhh, the gnome and the sheep are so cute. lovely giveaway.

Rav ID: lilwestie

Drae said...

what a great post! So many new places to shop. alcbrooks on Ravelry

grahamcrackerzz said...

The bags are adorable. Love your post today. So many new and different items. Keep us in the loop!
rav id: grahamcrackerzz

Faith said...

So many goodies today! I love learning about new products and Etsy shops.

Rav ID: introvert

lindag1947 said...

Cute bags. Linda Gerig

Christine said...

I love a good canvas bag! and with hand painting?? even better!


Bronxknits ATgmail DOTcom

Ana said...

Would LOVE to win a hand-painted tote! Wow...
Ana - anahuron@gmail.com

PghCathy said...

How did you know I just finished rearranging stash, moving yarn from 1 bag to another? I can always use a new project bag.

Debbie said...

Thanks for keeping me up to date! I would love to win a cute bag. Thanks
gussek on Ravelry

Barb Buteyn said...

The bags are all wonderful with so much detail. I will be checking these out more thoroughly.
RAV I'D: LoveAfrica

Anni said...

What sweet bags!
asmith7@binghamton.edu
rav ID: solovyay

Ruth Colville said...

Cute bags...and aprons, too! Thanks for sharing with us.
muttiruth on Ravelry

Nevernotknitting said...

What an amazing bag!!! Love the creativity!

Eli said...

Those tote bags look great! Thanks for the fun giveaway. (Rav id - EliFu)

rphilbeck said...

Those bags are really cute. One can always use another bag for sure!!

Anonymous said...

Adorable bags! I'm houndiesmom on ravelry.

heatherg7 said...

So many wonderful things! One day I will get one of these bags. :)

Heatherg7 on rav

Auntie Shan said...

As my Mother always says, "..I've never met a FREE Bag that I didn't *want*!"
That Sheep one is pretty cute...
:-D

Janet said...

You can never have too many tote bags! These are seriously cute. I love the knitting sheep.
RV ID -- jbradyster

Renee Anne said...

Those bags are adorable :) I'm also jealous of all that fiber...mmmmmmmfiber. I need to spend some more time with my wheel.

~ renny1780 on rav

Anonymous said...

I love those totes, would love to have one for myself. Thanks for the giveaway.

Heather
mommytofive (rav)
crawfordgang@hotmail.com

adodds said...

Love gnomes in all forms. Super cute bags. Will definitely check out their Etsy shop.

Nancy said...

Fun!! Love these totes.
~Nancy
njba24@gmail.com

Sheri said...

Love the bags. Her tea towels are cute too.

Craftyslm, RavID

Maggie said...

Love the bags! No one can ever have too many! ;)

Anonymous said...

Wow.. such cute prints by Linda!
Ray id: jabella

Joan and Kevin said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Sandra said...

What fun it would be to win one of those bags!
Rav ID: istitchfast

Cate Downey said...

Adorable totes!! Love the sheep. Happy knitting
cateydowney
:)

Lori said...

You give away such fun stuff! I love it all!

Dana (DanaRae19 on Ravelry) said...

The bags are so cute, thanks for the chance to win!

Wendy Wilken said...

Such great finds! LOVE them all!

Daron said...

I would love to win one of these unique totes. Thank you for finding these treasure and giving us the chance to share!
Rav I'd knityy48

Meriam said...

I have a thing for gnomes...please pick me!!!
bethski3@yahoo.com

melonkelli said...

Such cute tote bags!

RavID: melonkelli

Kate (Hunter) Prater said...

The gnome makes me think of David the Gnome from when I was a kid. I love it!

Ravid NDAKKatie

Debbie Mariana said...

I love your bags, Linda! I hope I win!

Debbie
(dmariana) RAV ID

pj said...

Loved everything! Especially intrigued by the blocking cloth.

twinsetellen said...

Thanks for letting us visit with you, Susan! We enjoyed the hike.

And thanks for the kind words about the podcast, too. :-)

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! Would love a chance to win a bag :)
Kim
kinters6@aol.com

Rachelle said...

So many lovely things!
sewsable on Rav

JKH51 said...

Thanks for the chance to win such a cute bag!


JKnits51 on Ravelry

Amanda said...

Fantastic finds! Thanks for sharing :)

Amanda said...

Fantastic finds -- thanks for sharing!

Amy said...

I just love Shaun the Sheep and couldn't wait to possibly win a bag, so I promptly went ahead and ordered one for myself!

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed your post. Muffie28 tab id

Jessica w said...

The bags are wonderful! I will have to buy one for my mother-in-law!
Jessicamw on ravelry.

Mary Henderson said...

We can never have too many bags or too much yarn. Ravelry armymom08

Lisa Pannell said...

Susan, thank you so much to hosting the Toddler Twinset! Your doll pattern was such a fun knit!

I would love to be included in the bag drawing - I took a peek and she has wonderful items in her etsy shop.

Anonymous said...

Ooo... so pretty! I would love to win a tote for a travel knitting bag. Love it!
Ravelry ID: philomenasfriend

Anonymous said...

I have been admiring these bags on Ravelry. Very cute!

Wanda
Rav ID: wmclean

Anonymous said...

You can never have too many knitting bags! Thanks for the chance to win!
Lee (mamagiff on ravelry)

Anonymous said...

I would love to win the bag.
(Lisa911)

twinsetjan said...

It was so fun to see your Instagram pictures of "our" visit to the Prairie. The doll pattern is a slight and I know I'll be making another one, or more likely, several!

And I both love and hate you for sharing these fibery finds. ;-)

Greg said...

Hi, Susan! I spoke with the random number generator and it told me that this is the comment it was going to pick for the bag giveaway. It's OK, you can trust me on that….

These bags are very cool. I think they would make great knitting bags, as well as being an excellent general-purpose bag. I sure do hope I win. :)

-greg, KnittingDaddy on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness! I love those bags!!!! :) Rav id: lilyknit22

debsnubs said...

I love these bags so much detail, would love to win one thank you.

Liz said...

I LOVE that bag with the sheep knitting! And I'm off to look for some wool to spin. Thanks for the recommendations!
Liz from NY
lizytishknits on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

The most adorable bags ever- I LOVE myself a cute little gnome! Harmonytg@sbcglobal.net

Debbie1085 said...

The bags are soooo cute and Linda does good job designing them.

Debbie1085 on Ravelry

steph said...

wow! this post was filled (FILLED) with goodies....but, being a bag-lady, I was most smitten with those bags!
woolythyme1 on rav

Dawn Hanson said...

You can never have too many project bags!!
Rav ID dhanson3

bellasocks said...

LOVE the bag! Thanks for sharing your fabulous finds!! bellasocks on Rav

knitster said...

You are why I need to win the lottery, you always have too many things I would love to have. Love the mushroom bag.

ajz said...

What wonderful bags! LOVE the sheep! annejz on rav

Mrs. Krisch said...

would love to win one of these absolutely adorable bags!!
mooskers5@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Just love your giveaways !!!

Anglouise said...

I absolutely adore the gnome! Thank you for the giveaway. I love your blog. You are a knitting inspiration!
anglouise (rav id )

andrea said...

One of the reasons your blog is my favorite is because you not only specialize in knitting content you lead us to wonderful sites to accentuate our love of knitting. Linda's bags are diverse and adorable. Who doesn't need another tote, especially for all those projects OTN? I know I would love one!
KnitAweigh on Ravelry

Pamm said...

Love, love, love the bags! How original!!!

hrsecrzy on Ravelry

Beverly said...

LOVE Linda's bags. Will definitely order one (or two). They would be great gift bags for knitting friends and relatives. Hope I win.

pjg said...

Tell me one knitter who couldn't use another bag?! Those are adorable - especially the sheep!
pjgolenzer - rav id.

Carmen N said...

I need that blocking cloth - what a great idea!

Johnston4kids said...

Those bags are adorable! I'm in Florida too and definitely an heading over to check them out.

Linda Rumsey said...

I can always put a new bag to good use, storing some of my ever-expanding stash of yarn! And these are so cute!
lindarumsey on Ravelry.

Karen said...

What wonderful bags they are - you can never have too many projects or bags!
rustysun on Ravelry

Laurie Miller said...

Thank you for sharing about the beautiful fiber that you discovered on Etsy. Also, those handpainted totes are super cute. I love them. I might just have to add one to my Etsy wish list. :)

Loopiedoo(Rav)

Anonymous said...

Hi Susan! I would love to win a bag. They are just great. Thanks for the chance. Terry in Iowa

Debby Peters said...

Great and cute art work on the bags! Love the fibre the most! I'm a filter, not a spinner, but may have to learn.
debbyrpeters@gmail.com
zip022 on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

I am such a bag girl! I would love to win one of Linda's fabulous bags. Thank you for the giveaway.

Rav: HollyBerries

cutter said...

One can never have too many bags!

sara said...

Thanks for the great tote giveaway! I would love to win one! saradenbo on ravelry

Anonymous said...

What adorable designs! I would to carry my latest knitting project in one of those bags!
jillypox on rav

Laurie Starr said...

What a great blog post. I, too, love the prairie and all it's colors. I like that the hand painted bag has pictures on both sides and gnomes and mushrooms are perfect. Who else but Signature could have come up with such a great idea for blocking. No big pads to curl and find a place to store, and still a way to protect the carpet and bedding from any bleeding. My husband always asks, "Is that going to stain the carpet?

lpstarr on Rav

Pam said...

You can never have enough bags! Cute, cute! Thanks for the give-away!

Claudia Segal said...

The bags are great! Please add me to the list of potential winners. Rav id: ClaudiaJane Thanks

Penny said...

I love the facial expression on the sheep that is knitting... so cute!
penny.jeffrey@gmail.com

Julia Wittenhagen said...

Those bags are just so cute....but I do think the sheep is my favorite!

Colorfulknitting

GerryART said...

So much newsy news in this blog post.
LOVE The colorful fibers!!!
Those canvas bags are ADORABLE while being completely practical .
Dolls are my downfall Any way they come, clothe softies, art dolls, knitted - anyway at all.
Hugs

Dianne Shantz said...

Such adorable bags! Love them
Wooliedi

JackieLemon said...

Linda's bags look great! I'd love to be included in the contest.

seattleknitterguy said...

The bag with the knitting sheep cracks me up! I'd love to carry needles and yarn around in that one.

LoriAngela said...

You are so sweet to share this with us !

Lynn said...

Very pretty tote bags! I also LOVE the silver yarn and think it would be fabulous in a scarf for anyone with salt and pepper (or silver or white)hair.
--flowerdancer on Ravelry

Vicki said...

Being a tote bag fanatic, I can always use another bag - and the ones with the animals or the gnome knitting are wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

Knuts2knit on ravelry

Beverly said...

LOVE Linda's bags. Will definitely order one (or two). They would be great gift bags for knitting friends and relatives. Hope I win.

July 29, 2014
(Sending again because I forgot to add my email address)

beverlymay@roadrunner.com

sharonathemom said...

The bags are gorgeous! I would love to win one.

rav: sharonathemom

Anonymous said...

The gnome bag is super cute!
hodges00 on rav

Kaarina said...

Fun stuff!!

kaijaknits2 on Rav

Kristyn McCain said...

The bags are adorable
crazyknittingfool on Ravelry

yarngirl32 said...

I too am bag lady and these are adorable!

AnneV said...

The bags remind me of graphics from the 1970s, when I was growing up! So cute.
Rav Id vavlouki

Desiree said...

Adorable tote bags! Thanks for the giveaway.
RavID: Nonosmom

Anonymous said...

These bags are so cute! Love the knitting sheep :-) kmacmillan2003 on revelry.

Anonymous said...

What great bags! And I always look forward to reading your blog.
MomPlus4 on rav

Anonymous said...

What knitter couldn't use another bag! Those are adorable. Thanks!
kathnits on Rav

Teresa Roberts said...

Can you ever have too many knitting bags? I don't think so. I love the gnome. Who knew that they knit? Thanks so much for the giveaway.

RAV ID: TeresaRRoberts

Audrey said...

Thanks for all of the product shares! I love that bag!

SHAWNA said...

LOVE Linda's bags-gnomes and knitting ROCK!!
Shawna
KNIT4BEER on raverly

c56b44a6-1741-11e4-a786-839c9564a51b said...

I saw the gnome bag on Instagram! Adorable! My knittng would fit beautifully in one!

nook. said...

Those bags are so adorable! What a great giveaway! Rav I'd : gundyknitter

Holly said...

I love bags, you can never have too many -- Grannyslove (Rav.)

Cassie said...

Love the gnome! (oomuchwool @ Rav)

Linda T said...

The bags are lovely. It would be great to win one.
Humana -Rav ID

The Alaska Venhauses said...

You just can't have enough cute bags...for knitting or just for life! Thanks for the chance to enter.
Carolyn (crazy8mom on ravelry)

Megan said...

Such cute bags! lol Gnomes are the best. Thanks for the giveaway :) rav id showandtellmeg

Christy said...

Knitting and gnomes together? Yes please I'd love to win the bag! Love so much.

Anna K. said...
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Mary Buchan said...

The bags are beautiful and so different that anything else around. Thanks for the giveaway.

Carrie said...

I love gnomes. That bag is adorable!
~cstein

Anonymous said...

Love the bags! I need one :)
mommasee on Ravelry

Allison said...

The knitting gnome! my oh my how perfect.

RavID: iyam


Thanks!

glongley said...

I don't know a knitter that has to many bags. My family calls me the bag Lady. I think it's so funny I still need more bags. Never have to many!!!

sarahrose said...

So many wonderful ideas this post, thank you!
- Sarah, ravid: cyclerose

Barbara L. said...

The bags are adorable. I'd love to win one.

RAV ID: knityid

Beau said...

A knitter can always use another project bag - especially when they are cute/good looking! I especially love the knitting sheep.

Cindy Alcorn said...

What great talent!
Beautiful paintship.
I'd adore a bag.

Ann marie said...

Pretty bags makes me smile

DonnaC said...

Pick me! I love gnomes, knitting, and project bags, so I'm the most likely choice, right?

jhall said...

Cute bags! And who can ever have enough bags? Her shop is great. Thanks.

Jillann said...

Those bags are SO CUTE! Especially the gnomes! I would love to win one! (RavID jamadren)

Sheila said...

She sure has some fantastic bags (and other cloth items, like dish towels) I particularly like the ones with sea critters on them, but I'd love to win any of her things. And I've added her etsy shop to my list of potential Christmas presents for some hard to buy for folks.

SheilaOKeefe on Rav

Anonymous said...

Is that gnome hiding in the grass I see? Or did he just loose his hat? Too cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

Camerlyn on Ravelry

Anna K. said...

I checked out Sheepish Creations and their fiber is gorgeous. My favorite is the King Arthur colorway. How beautiful!

The bags are so fun and creative. I would love to have one to cart around my many projects. :)

Anna
(Rav ID: aroseb)

Mks said...

Linda has great bags. I've ordered from her shop before. I'd love to win a bag!
Margie
Rav ID: smithmks
The twinset dolls are adorable!!

My heart is here said...

Those bags are amazing! Hope I can win :)
mmyheartishere@gmail.com

Malinda said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win these adorable bags, such talent. Ravelry knittingwawa

Kim Fess said...

I adore gnomes and would love to win that cute bag?
Rav id: kwirkykwilter
Kimfess@aol.com

Oatie said...

That knitting gnome is TOO cute!!!
Linda R (Rav ID OatieP2)

Rita said...

Thank you for prize give-a-way!
Rav I'd: owlfish88

Shing Hsieh said...

The bags are wonderful and I'd love to win one!

ravid: Shing

Boston Knitter said...

That gnome bag is too freaking cute! I'm in love. Looks like you have plenty of fun fiber to keep you busy!

k8sx on Rav

Denise Collier said...

I love the bags. Totes are one of those things you can never have too many of. Thanks for sharing.

dcroyalheiress on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

Great bags...especially since there's a design on BOTH sides! Count me in
Johalley on RAV

Carole N. said...

Linda's artwork on these bags is just too cute!! Thank you so much for the give-a-way!

MJ said...

Really cute gnome tote!

Unknown said...

OOOoooooh! I must have the kntting gnome bag! I have little free library whose mascot is a knitting gnome. I even yarn bombed the library. :)

ravid: eowynjesse

Anonymous said...

These bags are wonderful, I would love row in one,
Ravelry ID. brhuth

camby said...

I love bags too! And hers are so cute!!
Camby on rav

LannieK said...

These bags are just too cute! Thanks for the chance to win one. And, once again, thanks for directing me to a new 'shop' - Sheepish Creations looks wonderful. You enabler you :-D

D2 said...

The totes are really cute and I think I have to try the silver yarn that looks really cool! Rav ID- kittykatz

Carol Desrochers said...

I love the tote bags. Can a person have too many wonderful tote bags?

Carol
fiberfascinations on Ravelry

Melissa F said...

Super cute tote bags!
Fav id: pik2nit

jderouin55 said...

I would love to win one of the bags

Jennifer Avery Anderson said...

Please pick me! Rav averyjen

Anonymous said...

You can never have enough bags! And these are lovely! Spejo on rav

Elo said...

All interesting. Love the tote bags.

Anonymous said...

The bags are so cute, I'd love one especially the gnome! Rav: flamelily

Amaris said...

Super adorable! I would love to win!
Thank you for all of the amazing giveaways!
Rav ID: lolypoplolpop1

suzi smith said...

The designs on the bags are so cute. What a talented lady!

Rose said...

Such lovely bags. It would make toting around projects such a delight.

sisterrobinson on Ravelry

Winsome said...

These bags are so adorable! I would have a difficult time choosing, but would love to have that dilemma. Thanks for this treat Susan, and to the designer.

Rav ID: WinnythePu

Kathleen King said...

The bags are beautiful. I would live to win one.
katspins on ravelry

Trina said...

Oh my gosh, these bags are adorable! Would love one!
Rav id - sweetsticks

MNknitter said...

Thank you for the info on the yarn with silver! I won't have to take my gloves off at the bus stop anymore during cold MN winters. The bag will be cute and a great conversation starter in the bus too! Pick me please! ;-)

Velda said...

I would love a sheep tote bag!
vjferguson@frontier.com

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