Crocheting is another hand craft I learned from my grandmother. The first project I remember making was a pink and blue granny square afghan. There were six squares, each about 12 inches big, in the afghan. I know I still had it when my children were born, but when we moved my parents out of their house a few years ago the afghan was nowhere to be found.
Fast forward to last May. Mr. E's baptism was getting close and out of nowhere I get the urge to crochet him a white baptism afghan. A quick trip to the LYS and two weeks later his afghan was done. It's probably a good thing I didn't start crocheting sooner as we used to live two doors down from the LYS. Imagine the money I would have spent in there!
But the projects for Mr. E didn't stop there. Over the summer I crocheted him two sweaters and this hat, all of which he has now outgrown.I love crocheting. I love the feel of the yarn sliding through my fingers. I love watching a ball of yarn become a sweater or a scarf or an afghan under my patient fingers.
So by now you've figured out the Giveway #3 is Frolicking Fiber.
The package will start with these three skeins of Naturally Caron yarn. This yarn is super scrumptious and fun to work with whether you crochet or knit. I've made a few projects with the yarn and love it.
The package will be completed with items based on what the winner's favorite yarn activity is. Do you like to knit socks? Perhaps you like to crochet granny squares? Maybe you want to learn to knit or crochet.
Tell me what you would with the yarn in your comment so if your name is drawn I can complete the package. Also if you haven't entered one of the other drawings, please tell me how you follow my blog.
The drawing is open until March 31, 2010. I will draw the winner on April 1, 2010. You may enter each drawing, but I will only accept one entry per person per drawing.
For information on Giveaway #2 go here. For Giveaway #1 go here.
Hotel Man is coming home tonight from being out of town. I will probably have the next giveaway up on Saturday.
Have a great weekend!