wor·sted[woos-tid, wur-stid] noun 1. firmly twisted yarn or thread spun from combed, stapled wool fibers of the same length, for weaving, knitting, etc. Compare woolen. 2. wool cloth woven from such yarns, having a hard, smooth surface and no nap.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Men's Beanie Giveaway!

To celebrate the fact we have over a hundred likes on Facebook, AND to kick off the hat season, we will be doing some random giveaways all week!  Yay!

The first hat, is one of my (Cat's) new designs.  I have been wanting to put something together for men that looks manly, but fun.  I came up with this "raised stitch" design.  My husband totally feel in love with it and was heart broken when he found out that I hadn't made it for him!  So now I guess I am committed to making him one.

It's warm, covers the ears, and looks stylish... at least I think so!  (Then again, I am totally partial to the model here).
UPDATE (11/27/12):  If you like this hat, the free pattern will the FREE pattern is NOW posted!  Check it out here!

To win this fabulous men's hat:

Mandatory:
  • Leave a comment on here telling us what you would like to see more of on this blog.  Examples: giveaways, tutorials, free patterns, pattern reviews, etc.
Other Entries (Optional): (Leave a separate comment for each entry that you do please!  Each comment = 1 entry)
  • Become a follower of this blog. (If you already are one, still leave us comment and let us know!)
  • Like us on Facebook (Again, if you already do, still leave us a comment and let us know!)
  • Follow us on Twitter (Same as above if you already do)
  • Blog about this giveaway.
  • Share this giveaway on Facebook.
  • Tweet about this giveaway.
  • "Pin" this giveaway.
  • Check out Heidi's new Etsy Page and come back and leave us a comment on your favorite hat she has there!
Contest ends Wednesday the 24th at 11:59 pm.  Winner will be announced on Thursday.  Have fun and good luck!

-Cat
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31 comments:

  1. My favorite thing about any blog is looking at the pictures. I love seeing how creative people can be. Giveaways are always plus. :o)

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  2. I'm already a follower of this blog. Yeah!

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  3. I like you. I like you on FB, too. :o)

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  4. I checked out Heidi's Etsy page. I have two favorites - The Child Beanie Cap w/ Ear Flaps and The Newborn Crochet Cable Hat w/ Ear Flaps. They're both really cute.

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  5. I like your pictures of the amazing items you make, but I love giveaways so I would love to see more of those too!

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  6. I follow this blog.
    beckeesdeals at gmail dot com

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  7. I shared this on FB: https://www.facebook.com/#!/beckee13/posts/456743367711388

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  8. I shared this giveaway on facebook. :-)

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  9. I would LOVE to see a few fun free patterns, Giveaways are great also.

    christensennoelle@gmail.com

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  10. Liked you on FB - Patricia Zyska-Pickett

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  11. Blogged about your giveaway! http://thegiveawayexperiment.blogspot.ca/2012/10/i-havent-had-lot-of-time-to-spend-on.html

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  12. Tweeted about the giveaway: https://twitter.com/pattiezee/status/260489572834758656

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  13. Pinned your giveaway! http://pinterest.com/pin/22518066858245864/

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  14. I had a look at Heidi's hat - I must say my favourite is the Newborn Crochet Cable Hat w/ Ear Flaps!

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  15. I like the site the way it is. One thing a few more pattern reviews. Very good site.
    Me4Wrest@gmail.com

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  16. I Liked The Worsted Crochet On Face Book Under Brenda Wrigley.
    Me4Wrest@gmail.com

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  17. I do like the Newborn Crochet Cable Hat with ear Flaps so cute.
    Me4Wrest@gmail.com

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  18. I would love to see reviews of your patterns.

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  19. I love the newborn Crochet Cable Hat. I think it is my favorite of Heidi's.

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  20. I'd like to see some beginner hats. Or point out which patterns to start with first. I'm new to the blog concept so I'm not sure if you've done this already. Maybe start bringing out ideas for Christmas. Plus, you could write about what kind of yarn you use and the best place to find it.

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  21. Thanks for all the great feedback everyone! We love it!

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