Saturday, 2 May 2009

MAY GIVAEAWAY, its up to you!!!!!

Well, I think its time for a new giveaway. Do you agree?
As before, we will give you a brief, So last time it was the breed of sheep, you picked the colours. This time we are changing it a little bit. We are using NATURAL colours. So you can decide if you want plain chocolates a mix of browns and creams, cream on its own, ITS UP TO YOU. Also keeping in with the natural colours. Would you like a blend of something special? Maybe some soya, tencel, camel, llama or alpacha? You could go wild and have milk protein or recycled bottle tops. We will let you know the breed next week. Then see the difference again in what we produce.

What type of wool would you like? Something arty, thick and thin, even, chunky?


REMEBER WE WILL SHOW YOU THE PROCESS AND EVERY COMMENT GETS ENTERED INTO THE DRAW. THERE IS 2 CHANCES TO WIN AN 100G HANK OF ECO-FRIENDLY HANDSPUN YARN. IT REALLY IS UP TO YOU.

For your first chance to enter......PLEASE COMMENT.

25 comments:

knitwits said...

oh fab! another insight into the spinning proces! personally i would like to see something chunky, and after buying the merino/possum i'd like to see more of those nice chocolatey colours. something nice like alpaca in too would be nice! looking forward to this x

The Sick Chick said...

Oh my goodness, I love everything, it would be such a hard decision. But as for colours, either blacks or something light enough to dye, I'm not a brown person.

jacksknits said...

A lovely Aran type wool in cream

bijouxboutique said...

Ooh lovely, I would love chocolate browns and creams in a chunky yarn. Can't wait to see what it will be.

Deneen said...

Creams and browns and yes, chunky! Toss in a little tencel...

insomniacstitches said...

A blend of browns, and definitely chunky yarn.
Can't wait to see!

Hats and More said...

A lovely chunky yarn in rose pink, cream and brown would be nice

tamdoll said...

Arty & Chunky! The more unique & colorful the better. :)

Kim said...

I'd love a mix of browns/creams. I have baby boy soakers on my todo list. :-)

Can't wait to see what you create! :-)

Madam Salami said...

Ooh yes arty and chunky this time with some milk protein - dying to see what that's like! Could you add recycled bottle tops too - I am a recycle queen after all!
I think a lovely twist of all the naturals would be great.

Sharnemainia knits said...

oh i'd love chunky or arran thickness in loverly chocolates, just right for knitting something loverly for my mum!

Tracy O said...

Can't wait to see you start the process. Your yarns are so pretty. I would love to see some browns.

Jacky said...

Some soft fluffy chocolates!
Who can resist that?

ikkinlala said...

I'd like to see plain chocolate, even yarn that's not too thick or too thin (anywhere between fingering and worsted, inclusive, would be more useful than chunky to me), and either plain wool or a blend of animal fibres.

jennyflower said...

Pale and interesting gets my vote, and yes a little soya wuld be interesting to see? Coool

Aislin said...

Wow, so many decisions! Something neutral, like a beige or cream, would be nice... I think in chunky?

KnitCave said...

Oh, I think a chunky style yarn would be interesting. Plain chocolate and caramel would be interesting. For added texture a shot of either tencel or recycled bottle tops would be fun.

Thanks, I just know this is going to be fun to watch.

Madam Salami said...

Get washing sheep, we NEED to see what's happening next (well I do at least. Am I getting a little over excited?) x x hee hee

Monet said...

COOPWORTH!! Mixes of differant colors and Deff chunky! :)

B.B. Bellezza said...

YAY! I would love chunky and creams....but anything would be awesome!

JellybeanLab said...

I used to love to spin when I was a kid. My mom was a weaver. I would love browns mixed and the softer the better.

Izabela said...

oh I would love to see tencel in browns... but recycled bottles that is tempting

Monica said...

Me Me Me!!!!
I would love a creamy / white colour! I would get my mum to make something for my daughter which is due in beginning of June!
Nothing better than pure natural soft wool for baby!

Monica xx
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Kitten With a Whiplash said...

Go for a total mix-up: Chocolate, mud, cream, tree bark, every brown under the sun, in a thick-thin slubby boucle.

One Sheep said...

A thick-thin rangging from lace to light worsted weight would be nice. I'd like a wool or wool blend the deepest browns, like wet coffee grounds bound by a creamy tencel thread for a little sheen.