Monthly Archives: November 2010

Winners!

I did not forget; I have been busy photographing 100+ new colors of Madeline Tosh Sock so that I can post them all up on the site.  I am typing this post with several hanks of Tosh Sock on my lap while taking a quick break so that you don’t have to wait any longer.  Here are the winners (as decided by a random number generator):

Laura, who posted on 11/2/10 at 3:43 PM wins a $20 LK gift certificate.

Olya, who posted on 11/3/10 at 8:41 PM wins a $20 LK gift certificate.

Amelia Jackson, who posted on 11/2/10 at 9:11 PM wins a $50 LK gift certificate.

Sherri, who posted on 11/3/10 at 2:26 AM wins a $75 LK gift certificate.

We decided there has to be a reward for being the first poster so we have a $10 LK gift certificate for Sylvie for making it to Live Stitch so quickly. 

Thank you all so very much for caring enough to post and for your suggestions.  Lets play again in a few weeks, what do you say?  I will email the winners their gift certificate codes later tonight.

Tuesday Blog Give-away

Today’s blog give away is brought to you by my forgetfulness. 

I had a nice selection of yarn/book/bag/needles, etc., selected for this give-away.  I took photos of the give-away package but forgot that little thingamajig that connects one’s camera to one’s laptop.  In the absence of the said thingamajig my photos could not be transferred to my laptop and I had to come up with a new give-away.  I actually came up with a few:

A $75 Little Knits gift certificate,  a $50 Little Knits gift certificate, and two $20 Little Knits gift certificates.  We hope these will help chase away the cold weather blues.

To be included in the drawing for one of the above prizes all you have to do is to post a comment.  You have till next Tuesday, November 9th, to tell us what you think would be the ideal prizes for a pattern/design contest.  For this please assume that we will hold a pattern/design contest, select winners and award them prizes.  What monetary or other type of award do you think would attract the designers (and you), to participate in such a competition?  If you think a free trip to Seattle would be a good price just say so.  Don’t be shy, please tell us what you think.     

Hope to see you at Live Stitch!

PS. I did mean “prizes” not “prices.”  This is what happens when you post at 1 AM and rely on spell check.