Thursday, August 20, 2015

Julianna's Fibre Giveaway & More!


Hi, Knitters,
The lovely Julianna from JuliannasFibre on Etsy has contacted me to see if I would share a skein of her beautiful sock yarn with one of you. Of course I said yes! She sent me the same skein of sock yarn that one of you will receive and it is gorgeous. It is an unusual because it is a repeating gradient called Continuum Hand-Dyed Gradient Sock Yarn which I haven't seen before. I really like it. The yarn is squishy, dyed to perfection and just the most warm, water-y shades of blue. You will love this yarn, too.

Julianna works and lives in Ottawa, Ontario and she is sending the winning skein directly to the lucky winner. Thank you to JuliannasFibre for this wonderful opportunity for one of you.

Here are the details from the JuliannasFibre Etsy Shop for the Past Lives Continuum Gradient:
Julianna's Lucid Dream Sock Yarn
Superwash Merino/nylon sock yarn
80% Superwash Merino/ 20% nylon
420 yds/380 m
4 oz/113 g
Fingering weight yarn 
7-9 st.s = 1" on 2 - 2.75 mm

Machine wash and dry on gentle settings.
Handmade in a smoke-free pet-free studio.
(photo from Julianna's Fibre on Etsy)

Julianna has a swatch worked up in the photo above and it is really pretty. The colorway in the photos is called Past Lives and it is available for pre-order now. She has the Continuum Gradient available in purple and gray shades, too. JuliannasFibre also has beautiful tonals, self-striping and sparkle sock yarn in the shop. It's all well-done and the customer service has a very good reputation. Check it out if you are interested.

I see Julianna has a podcast, too. I'll have to watch this one. Click here for Julianna's podcast!

I already follow Julianna on Instagram. Click here for her Instagram feed!

Leave one comment on this blog post if you are interested in winning a skein of Continuum Gradient in the Past Lives colorway! We will be sock twins if you get a skein or if you win. In the comment please include your Ravelry username or an email where Julianna can contact you to gather your mailing information. Please only click on Publish one time and be patient for your comment to appear as there is a delay.

Good luck if you enter to win!    


For a couple of other random knitting achievements both big and small, I finished knitting up the first size addition to the Waiting for Winter Mitten pattern. Last fall I started gathering measurements to add on both smaller and larger sizes to my favorite mitten pattern. That's as far as I got.

I am determined to get the additional mitten sizes done this coming fall. My fingers are crossed! I have a good start with the first smaller-sized child's pair of mittens. They are really sweet and adorable, I'm very pleased. 

I'll keep you posted on my progress. For the mittens in the photo I used up leftovers of Noro Kureyon and alternated two balls every two rounds to get the colorful stripes. 



I haven't talked about socks for awhile. Back in the fall of 2013 I spun up a traditional 3-ply sock yarn out of 4 ounces of Polwarth roving from Into the Whirled in the Chromatic Composition colorway. I loved spinning the Polwarth so much. 

I cast on for this pair of socks quite a few months ago and quickly finished the first sock. The single sock sat and sat for months with no explanation. I kind of forgot about it.

Then the other day I saw the yarn and needles and one finished handspun sock sitting in my studio and I randomly picked it up and cast on. A few days later.....


I am wearing my new handspun handknit socks. And it just cooled down significantly outside, perfect timing.

I cast on 60 stitches instead of 64 because the yarn is a little thicker than commercial sock yarn. I used 2.5mm double-pointed needles instead of my usual 2.25mm dpns. I used my free pattern, How I Make My Socks. 

I had 376 yards to start. The finished socks weigh in at exactly 3 ounces. The leftover ball weighs in at 1 ounce. They fit perfectly and the cuff is my favorite length which is 6-inches. I'm very happy with my new socks. There really is something fun about knitting up your handspun yarn. It is gratifying.




One last thing has come to fruition. I finished knitting the character Loopy, from The Loopy Ewe! TheLoopyEwe.com, which is one of my favorite online and in person yarn shops, is celebrating their 9th anniversary this August. Sheri, the owner, asked if I would create a knit version of their beloved Loopy from their logo. Since Loopy just happens to be an adorable sheep wearing bright red patterned socks I had to say an enthusiastic yes!

The pattern and kits have now been released from The Loopy Ewe. Click here for more information on the website!

The pdf pattern is currently exclusively available through The Loopy Ewe. I will be releasing the same pattern on Ravelry under a different name (and with different socks) in 6 months, so in February 2016. I will announce it everywhere when the pattern is available in my Ravelry pattern shop!

Here is the information from The Loopy Ewe for the Loopy pattern and kit information page: 

Susan B Anderson has designed a knit Loopy and now you can knit up your favorite sheep in socks! Loopy is knit almost completely seamlessly. The body and head are knit separately in the round and then whip stitched together. There is a simple popcorn stitch section on both the body and the back of the head. The ears and limbs are picked up and knit directly onto the toy. The signature red socks are knit in with one of the socks worked in stripes. The face and sock details are embroidered after the knitting is complete.
Finished measurement: 7 3/4 inches (19.5 cm) tall when sitting
Materials Needed:
Note, we are currently sold out of White and Tan. If you'd like to reserve these skeins, please email us (support@theloopyewe.com) if you’d like us to save you a kit of all four skeins to make Loopy. ($48 for just the yarn, or $53 for yarn plus pattern.)
  • US 5 (3.75mm) DPN or size needed to obtain gauge
  • US 5 (3.75) 16" (40 mm) circular or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Fiberfill
  • Poly pellets (optional - considered a choking hazard for infants and young children)
  • Yarn needle
  • Black fingering-weight yarn or embroidery floss for face
  • Detachable stitch markers
Please note, this is a digital pattern and it will be emailed to you when we process your order.


The yarn I used to knit the sheepy sample is sock yarn or fingering weight yarn held doubled throughout the project. You could also use one strand of worsted weight yarn to get the same gauge.

Have fun if you knit up a Loopy. I'd love to hear about it.

Leave a comment if you'd like to be entered to win a skein of JuliannasFibre Continuum Gradient sock yarn. I'll select a winner in a few days.

Good luck and let the comments begin!

I hope you are all well. I'll be back soon with more.
xo ~ susan

648 comments:

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Gail said...

The gradient sock yarn is gorgeous. Going to have to get some.

Beth Remijn said...

That's beautiful Sock yarn!!

Rav name abbaloosa, email bethremijn@gmail.com

grahamcrackerzz said...

Gorgeous yarn! How honored I would be to win it and knit up a pair of fantastic socks. Thanks, Julianna! Thanks, Susan!

Mimi S said...

I would love to be entered into the giveaway!

ravelry id: meemsy94

Kelly Ramstack said...

Thanks for the chance to win such a gorgeous skein!

Rav: wolfcreeker

Word Lily said...

Ooh, I'd love to be sock twins with you! (I'm WordLily on Rav.)

Megan Myers said...

The past lives colorway is GORGEOUS. And I would love nothing more than to be sock twins with Susan!

Ravelry: novelconcept

Tara Deluca said...

I was just dreaming about gradient yarns but couldn't pick a favorite color!

floribunda said...

of course I'd love to win a skein of that sock yarn -- othe blue perfectly matches the sweater I'm wearing today!

Elyse said...

That yarn is so pretty! Right up my color alley, too! Thanks for sharing!
Rav: eandb

TexanaPurls said...

Lovely, lovely colorway! O how I love thee! Fly to my home, free to be on my needles with me!

Karen Budnick said...

Love this yarn - and it would be great for my second pair of socks! Rav: karenswg

Annie said...

That is gorgeous yarn. It'd beseell if it were mine!

Greg said...

What gorgeous yarn! Crossing my fingers to win. I'd love to be sock twins with you, but if I won, I'd probably knit them up for my mom. It's the perfect color for her, and she loves the pair of handmade socks I knitted for her last year. So she could be sock twins with you.

Congratulations on your Loopy pattern! That sheep is just incredibly adorable, with so much personality. I've been enjoying watching projects for it pop on Ravelry recently, too.

And I swear that I'll knit up a pair of your mittens for my daughter this year. I didn't quite get around to it last year....

-greg, KnittingDaddy on Ravelry

Whatzitknitz said...

I love your handspun socks. and you are right this morning we suddenly had wool appropriate weather.
I love that new gradient sock yarn please enter me in the draw. I am mjm on ravelry

Annette said...

I would love to win! Love the pretty blues!

Annette
yarnaddict on rav

Suzanne said...

Gosh, that yarn is special and I have not seen anything like it either. Who would NOT want to be sock twins with you? Pick me!!!

Thanks for sharing the yarn and congrats on designing a lovely ewe for Loopy.

sewrunknit on ravelry.

Sarah said...

Beautiful! Looks so fun!
rav:curdy

Eileen Dent said...

That yarn is beautiful and I would love to win it. Thanks for the opportunity!

EileenD on Ravelry

Bonnie said...

So pretty!! I'd love to knit something glorious with that yarn. Thanks!

hbqueen said...

Forgot my rav id on comments....hbquèen
Thanks

Unknown said...

Beautiful yarn. Please enter me in the contest. Rav name is slawson

Anonymous said...

I love this yarn and would love to win it. I adore your Loopy pattern. It is so cute! Great job, Susan!
Connie
connknits on Ravelry

dropastitch@yahoo.com said...

That Loopy is so adorable! And that skein of yarn is swoon worthy.... Socks just waiting to be knit up.

Beverly Davis said...

Oh, that color! Just so lovely. I'd love to be your sock twin. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

Rav ID: bdgrammy

Inês G. said...

Such lovely yarn! inesversusthewool on Ravelry

junglemama said...

Celestially

Hannah said...

I love blues--that sock yarn in beautiful!

Purlbuckeye on Ravelry

Kerry said...

This yarn looks wonderful - blue is my favorite color! My Rav name is: kpmcqs, my real name is Kerry.

Anonymous said...

This is gorgeous yarn. Love the color like the sky. Kathy
Longkathy27@yahoo.com

Kepknitterly said...

Oooh, would love to win that gorgeous yarn! Rav name is kepknitterly. Email: kpeitz5644@wowway.com. Toes and fingers crossed!

Nicole said...

Great yarn! And l love your hand spun socks! I am looking forward to my spinning improving so I can do that.

mimi said...

I would love to participate on this giveway. . Beautiful color yarns. Thanks Juliana love your podcast and also you periscopes ;-)) my email: mhadaime@hotmail.com

Sandy w said...

Beautiful yarn. Also, you're using my favorite coffee mug!
Rav ID. sandyw

The Sexy Knitter said...

Looks like a perfect Ravenclaw colorway! Thank you both for hosting - I'm TheSexyKnitter on Ravelry if I happen to be lucky enough to win!

wuepfi said...

Ohhh I would love to win this beautiful yarn. Can I participate from Germany?
If so, my ravelry name is "wuepfi"!
Thanks for a great giveaway!

Shani said...

Me pretty please! Broke yarn lover and new knitter!!

tnttrouble32 said...

Gorgeous colorway! Would make a beautiful shawl. Thanks Susan and Julianna for the giveaway.
Trish
mstrishknits on Rav

diane said...

I'd love to try this new to me yarn. I'm always looking for fun things to knit. Ylmommyx4 at gmail dot com

Dianne said...

Thanks Susan this gradient sock yarn is lovely!

rav id: dkbc52

Andrea said...

I always have a pair of socks going, and that blue gradient is just my style!
Andymeg on Rav

Susie said...

Julianna's colorway is gorgeous! would love to make socks with it!
;-)
Thanks for the giveaway!
Susie on rav

Liz Smith said...

That looks like some lovely yummy yarn😍 By the way I love the socks and sandals look! My girls would never let up on me about that lol

Jenny said...

All these beautiful colors! I have to enter in. Cross fingers!
jennyrakoto (ravelry) or le_bonheur_au_bout_fil (instagram)

Kim Watkins said...

beautiful yarn, beautiful blue!

Mamacurlz said...

Thank you very much for this giveaway and for linking me to your blog.
Tiffany
Mamacurlz on Rav
Mamacurlz78 on Insta

Roxanna Valdovinos said...

I want to win the beautiful sock yarn! I'm roxanna360 on Ravelry

Joan and Kevin said...

Love the sock yarn!
Thanks!

Debbie said...

Love this beautiful yarn! Thanks for the giveaway!
debbever on Ravelry

Hands Full said...

Gorgeous yarn! jennyvangy on Rav.

Linda said...

I would love to have that gorgeous sock yarn! I just downloaded a shawl pattern today that would be perfect in it - and it is just the right yardage!

Thank you for doing this!

Linda in VA
lindahuson@hotmail.com

Becky said...

Beautiful blue yarn :).

Ppanthr88 on rav

MarthaO said...

Love that beautiful yarn. Thanks!

maronus on Rav

Anonymous said...

The color is stunning. Blueyarnalways on Rav

Jill K. said...

Beautiful yarn. Love it's name too. Thanks for offering this giveaway. Texasjill on Ravelry

Bridget said...

That is some of the prettiest gradient yarn I've seen!

thekittyknitter on Ravelry

Cathy Cormier said...

Great sock yarn, I would love to knit a pair of socks with it!

Cathy
Ravelry: mittsandbits

Sarah Mette said...

My tootsies would be honored to rock that beautiful yarn! Sarahmette@gmail.com

hanifah said...

Love love this skein

Colleen Dy said...

Me! Me! Pick me!
cdiddy

Leah said...

Blue is my favorite color!

Colleen Dy said...

Me! Me! Pick me!!!
cdiddy on ravelry

Yvonne MW said...

So beautiful!

Skeena4 said...

I would love to win this yarn especially from a fellow Canadian! My ravelry name is Skeena4 :)

purlewe said...

wow. really beautiful yarn..

And super nice socks you have on there!!!

Marie Craft said...

Very pretty

knttnggirl said...

WOW! that sock yarn is gorgeous~

knttnggirlsheri

Shellie Urso said...

Love gradient yarn especially the squishy kind. Pretty color too.

Katy C said...

Blues are my favorite!! And the gradient is beautiful.
Katy, longtallkaty on Rav

Unknown said...

Beautiful color. Squishy socks are the best, almost needed to wear socks today! dnnkuehl on ravelry

Heather J said...

Thanks for enabling! Your mittens are gorgeous. I am in love with Loopy and his red socks.

Pat Sylvester said...

I am interested I am interested I am VERY interested! 😁

Jocelyne Immell said...

Love the colorway. Make nice socks

Weber family said...

Lovely!
Ravelry momof2princesses

Julierose said...

Such yummy sock yarn...oooh would just love a win!! thanks for the chance...hugs, Julierose

anotherid4me said...

GORGEOUS blues!! Thanks for the chance - I'm FEELGR8 on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

Beautiful blue. Thanks for the opportunity.
Ravelry: eastbayknitter

Wendi Wallet said...

You were the first person that inspired me to knit socks. I haven't stopped since!

Kathryn King said...

That sheep is way too cute! Thanks for the giveaway. Rav Id: katking85

Gail said...

Great yarn. Great socks. Cute animal!

cadoc said...

Beautiful yarn, would love to make mittens. Rav: needlelove

Karen said...

Must have some of that yarn! Lovely.

Karen said...

Forgot my ravelry id: kuntzknit

Anonymous said...

I am just starting my first pair of socks and would love this skein for my next pair! Thanks for the chance!

Rav name: caliknitgirl

Hannnah said...

It's sooooooo purrrrtttyy! And who can ever have enough sock yarn?!
Rav: hrenee23

Jennifer Crandall said...

Hi Susan, jcrandall on Ravelry here. I love that sock yarn in the gradient blues so pretty. YOu inspire me with your hand-spun sock yarn!

Robinznest said...

Everything in your blog post is fun and beautiful. I would love to win that yarn!

Jennifer May said...

Wow that yarn is gorgeous! Is it open worldwide? I am in the UK and my Rav is JingleJenjen :)

Anonymous said...

What a neat idea! Socks sound great.
Witatter on Ravelry

Margie (and Fae) said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!
Rav: margievz

kalianapodi said...

What a yummy yarn! Thank you for the giveaway!

Zetta203 on rav

Terry said...

That blue!! Love at first sight :)
Rav: tabateman

Tlobner said...

I'm interested in winning the yarn and knitting some socks!
tlobner on RAV.
Thanks!!

Rav: Fiberfanny said...

I have yet to try gradient yarns- this is a beautiful looking skein that I'd be so pleased to start with! Thank you for a chance at winning it.

Janie Stultz said...

Love Julianna's yarn!! Thanks for doing this!!

Ratch

Rav: Fiberfanny said...

I have yet to try gradient yarns- this is a beautiful looking skein that I'd be so pleased to start with! Thank you for a chance at winning it.

kholden62 said...

Love love love this yarn! Would like to add to my sock collection that you inspired me to make!

Suzanne said...

Beautiful Blue THank you so much! Snoozann on Rav!

Deb said...

Thank you both for the lovely giveaway. I'd love to win, as I love both the blue and the gradient striping. :-) I hope Julianna's shop does very well, as she has gorgeous colorways.
-DeaFelis

Carolyn said...

Gorgeous yarn in my fave color. It's love to make s pair of socks with it. Thanks for giving Mr a chance to win.

I can be contacted on Ravelry as brooklyn-knitter or at carolyn.s.ritter@gmail.com.

Anonymous said...

The yarn is absolutely gorgeous and is your version of Loopy.

Barbara (Babstitches on Ravlery)

Anonymous said...

So pretty, it reminds me the lake my cabin is on!

Ravelry name = aknistler :)

sarahbethrucker said...

beautiful rav: sebby211

Sarah C. said...

I love Julianna! just started watching her on Periscope too! This yarn would be perfect for the knit along she has planned! - Byneedleandthread on Ravelry.

Debbie said...

Beautiful yarn. I would love to win!
gussek on Ravelry

Kelli Delahoussaye said...

Gorgeous color! Would make a great pair of socks!
Rav:CatKnits12

Pamela said...

Lovely blue!
pamelammgarcia ravelry

Vineeta said...

Oh my gosh - where have I been? I just found your blog and love it. I, too am a sock knitter and can't get enough of them. this yarn looks yummy. love the hues in the blues.

Anonymous said...

LOVE the blues yarn ~~ Birks & handknit socks, life is so very good!!

I am thrilled that you are expanding the sizes of the mitten pattern. It's my favorite go-to mittern pattern. Can't wait for that!!

Thanks for teaming up for a wonderful give-away.

threadsgal on Ravelry

Evelyn said...

Such a gorgeous blue! I've been watching Julianna's scopes this week. How fabulous would it be to win some of her lovely yarn? :-)

Crowmich said...

Loving the blues. Reminding me of my holiday in France last week. Beautiful blue skies and sea.
Crowmich on Rav

Kristyn McCain said...

Gorgeous yarn!
CrazyKnittingFool on Ravelry

Pat said...

The yarn looks fun and very pretty. In fact, all of the pictures make the projects so inviting.
Thank you for the opportunity to win!

ypsiknitter on Ravelry

debsnubs said...

love this yarn and socks are my number 1 thing to make thanks so much

Mim said...

Wow, that sock yarn is lovely. I would love to win. Rav ID: mim

Michele said...

So many fun projects!! Thanks for sharing, and LOVING that continuum gradient!
Rav: Michelethemaker

Julie said...

I just watched Julianna's podcast a few days ago and really enjoyed our time together. The gradients in the sock sample are beautiful! They remind me of my sister's sweater from the 70's. Rav id: Lighthearted

Allison said...

What beautiful yarn!

fieldwonderful on rav

Linnea said...

ooohhhh, beautiful. I love blue! And it's my birthday today (8/20). I'm a shocking 67. Not sure how that happened, because my brain thinks I'm about 25.

Anonymous said...

I love the continuum gradient - it's beautiful! Rav id: Barkersumpter

Catherine said...

Beautiful yarn! Rav: knittedinmaine

Jamie Brinkerhoff said...

I love blues! That would make a gorgeous pair of socks or a cowl. Thank uou Susan and Julianna. Kayaklife on Ravelry

BirgitR said...

I love knitting socks. Pick me!
Rav user name: Birgitsknits

Jamie Brinkerhoff said...

I love blues! That would make a beautiful pair of socks or a cowl. Thank you Susan and Julianna.
Kayaklife on Ravelry

Kate (Hunter) Prater said...

The gradient is gorgeous, and since I only do a short cuff on my socks, I would have enough left over for a fingering weight Waiting for Winter mitten set for my toddler. Since I do my socks TAAT and split the ball, I could stripe from opposite ends of the gradient.

Patti said...

Beautiful! I would love to knit with it and be matchy! Monkyciti on Ravelry

Kate (Hunter) Prater said...

Oh, and I'm NDAKKatie on Ravelry--sorry!

Kristin Carlson said...

I just love the colors in this yarn. Hoping to win!

Anonymous said...

Summer's almost over and it's sock knitting time! Love this blue and some blue socks! Rav name: wishnfarm

Mary Elaine said...

Blue is a wonderful hue. I just need to not feel so blue. I want to knit a pair a socks in every hue of blue to fill my sock drawer. I am armymom08. Thanks for giveaways. Aren't they fun!!!

junglewife said...

Oh, that is beautiful! I would love to win that yarn and make socks all for me!!! Junglewife on Ravelry

Dana Lohman said...

This yarn is super yummy but I can find something to love about most yarn...colorway, weight, feel. It is a prescription made of wool.

annamae said...

That yarn is so beautiful!! And I love your loopy ewe.

Anonymous said...

Love the gradient, socks or a shawl?

Gail Hall Oshry said...

Free yarn...you betcha!! haha
It's looks like a very lovely yarn. I'm eager to try it.
Sock and mitts - can never have enough!
Gail

Shelley said...

I've just finished knitting my fifth pair of socks and I.AM.HOOKED. I'd love that beautiful sock yarn...I need to feed my addiction!

Rav ID: ShelleyB63

pudgypooh said...

Your yarn is beautiful! I would love to knit some socks from it.

pudgypooh on ravelry

Anonymous said...

I would love to win this gorgeous yarn and be your twin!

Basketlady755 in Ravelry

Holly said...

My oh my what lovely yarn, thank you (Grannyslove/Rav)

Melissa Woods said...

Gorgeous skein of yarn. I love the interesting gradient technique she used to dye it.

Edie said...

Knitting socks is the best !! Please pick me, pick me!

EdiePA on Rav

Mg Balazs said...

Love this color! This sick,yarn is beautiful! I'm knittingleft1 on ravelr y and my email is knittingleft@gmail.com

Amy said...

I love the look of the gradient stripes.

Dodgypossum on Ravelry

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

Loopy is adorable. I'm sure she will be a very popular design.

The yarn is beautiful. I love a variety of blue shades.

Elena Fuentes-Afflick said...

I love the color combination of blue/white. Reminds me of the torn jeans that are so stylish!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for hosting the giveaway and to Julianna for sponsoring!
Olive14 on Rav

Geraldine said...

I would love to win this lovely yarn…thanks for the opportunity! gerscott at yahoo dot com

Bethany said...

The gradient is gorgeous! Would love to win!

chathamgrad on RAV

Sue Ferguson said...

Oh! That's lovely! Thanks for entering me.

Ravelry: womanofjoy

Anonymous said...

Oooh, that sock yarn is yummy! I would love to knit a pair of socks with it.

Gemfireknits on Rav

Jenny Stringer said...

Beautiful skein of yarn! I would love to knit something wonderful with it! :)

Anonymous said...

I would love to try my first gradient project. Thank you for the chance to win. Knitbythebug on Rav.

Marti said...

Everything is so gorgeous, including he yarn! Madmartiknits on rav

Himiko said...

The idea of a gradient that keeps on going through your sock is just smashing... So I would love to try it out. My ravelry name is Himikonosekkai.

Deborah said...

Beautiful sock yarn! I love those shades of blue. This is a lovely giveaway.

Deborah
Woollyfa on ravelry

Alyce Luff said...

What a wonderful giveaway. This yarn is lovely. My Revelry name is alyceel. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

RunnerJudy said...

Julianna--That is some really beautiful yarn! I have your podcast in the queue & thanks for the giveaway! I am RunnerJudy on Ravelry.

Susan--the Loopy Ewe is darling. I knit up the Owl in the Egg this month for my grandson's 3rd birthday. He loved it and it was a fun, fast knit. Thanks!

susan Gagnon said...

Beautiful. Reminds me of the beautiful waters around Door County. Will look great knitted into your sock pattern

Kim W said...

Oh, that blue is such a calming, cooling color. And I would love to be sock twins with you!!

Dizzy said...

Absolutely gorgeous yarn! I would love to win some. dizzystitchin.knits@gmail.com, or armychick337 on ravelry. Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway!

Lynette Rossi said...

I would love to win this beautiful yarn. I'm a new knitter and have recently found your podcast and I'm really enjoying it.

Lynette Rossi said...

I am a new knitter and have recently found your podcast. I'm really enjoying it. I'd love to win this beautiful yarn.

Dairiona Lee said...

What a beautifully dyed yarn, fingers crossed it might make it's way to me !!!

dairiona on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

I keep trying to tell myself I need more blue based yarn in my stash.

seestephyknit on Ravelry

Natalie Rush said...

That little lambie is so CUTE!!

Sindy Pierre said...

Thanks for the chance to win this lovely yarn
SindyV on Ravelry

Mimi F said...

Beautiful yarn!
mimifan on rav

Suburban prep said...

The yarn is gorgeous. I have been told that I gravitate towards blue when looking and purchasing yarn. I think because it is so soothing.

msgb245 at gmail dot com

Carolyn H said...

Julianna's sock yarn is beautiful. Thank you for the chance to win it. And Loopy is absolutely adorable!!
ravid: carolynh

Keith said...

How very nice of you to give away such beautiful yarn! Keesoo on Ravelry.

Anne said...

Wish I could win Loopy too! Rav ID. annealden

pj said...

So pretty!

Alison Makin said...

Very nice yarn. Thanks for another great giveaway.

Rav ID alilou78

lessilly said...

Two of my favorites in one yarn - gradients and stripes!

RavID = lessilly

Melissa said...

Beautiful! Thanks for hosting this great give-away!!!

Rav ID: mmetzbower

Anonymous said...

Beautiful colorway. Great giveaway opportunity.

Rav Id Lisa911

AnnM said...

I purchased the Loopy Ewe pattern and can't wait to start it. So darn cute!

sara said...

Would love to win that beautiful gradient skein of sock yarn!!
I am saradenbo on Ravelry.

Never Cast Off Podcast said...

So pretty and nice of her to offer this up!!

Blueyarnalways on Rav

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Gorgeous yarn! I'd love to win! Thanks for the opportunity! Twyla

Mason said...

Oooh, I LIKE that yarn!

Woolofit on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

I would love to win Julianna's beautiful yarn! It looks like a fun and interesting knit.

Susan, your hand spun socks are wonderful. I'm trying to resist the temptation to buy a spinning wheel. I don't think I'll be able to resist much longer. :)

Rav: GardenGirlRhonda

StatenIslandSusan said...

Delicious looking yarn!

Barb Buteyn said...

Some day I am going to have socks made out of this yarn. Hoping it will be because I win this skein of yarn.

Sue Dial said...

The gradient yarn is in my favorite color. I hope to win it.

Maggie Lourim said...

What beautiful blue. I love this yarn. I am magpie2knit on Ravelry. Thank you for the giveaway.

Jane said...

That is a beautiful skein of yarn. I would love to win it.

Rav ID ajaneknits

Anonymous said...

It looks like heaps of fun to knit with. Very pretty too.
KnittenSmitten

Juliaknit said...

That is a beautiful skein of sock yarn.

Juliaknit on Ravelry

Val said...

What a beautiful blue yarn. I would love to make socks out of that!
Rav ID AuntVal

D Parkman said...

Lovely yarn. Would be fantastic to win it. I would knit some beautiful socks with it.

My Rav name is agnesknit.

Trish Connors said...

I have heard of Julianna from the Two Tangled Skeins podcast, I do love the colour blue. I am knittyturtle3 on Ravelry and thank you for the chance to win this beautiful skein

Dana (DanaRae19 on Rav) said...

Lovely yarn! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

Trish Connors said...

I have heard wonderful praises about Julianna from the Two Tangled Skeins podcast, I do love the colour blue and I am knittyturtle3 on Ravelry. Thank you for the chance to win this skein

CelticCastOn said...

Love your Loopy Sheep pattern and I've been eyeing Julianna's Yarn's for a while now.
Celticcaston on Rav

Dana Lohman said...

Problems posting. beautiful tho.

Rav Id: stitcher22

Anonymous said...

In the middle of a sock knitting phase - and this colourway & gradient are just beautiful! Jennie

Ravelry name = Froglet57

Melanie Arnold Bosco said...

Such beautiful yarn! Thanks for another great giveaway.
Maashrink- ravid

Chena said...

Such beautiful yarn. Socks or a shawl - can't decide!
Rav name: cheddarknits

aprilflowers said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Lovely yarn! Liveknitup on Rav

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