hey knitters ... hand-dyed yarn GIVEAWAY!

Hello, hello! If you're having kind of a gray, dreary day, I hope this splash of color helps you out a little bit. You must see all of this completely gorgeous hand-dyed hand-dyed yarn and fiber by my lovely friend Diane of Bugsnugger. (Definitely drool-worthy, right?)
Yup, hand-dyed superwash merino roving, too! You can find all of these yarns and fibers on Bugsnugger's Etsy shop and also on Hyenacart. (You should definitely go take a look.)
 And now for a GIVEAWAY!! (Yup, free yarn!)
Diane from Bugsnugger is kind enough to give you the chance to win this hand-dyed skein of Stellar sock yarn in a one-of-a-kind colorway! (The details: 80/20 BFL/nylon. This 4 oz skein has 420 yards.)

To enter, just leave a comment here telling me what you would make with this gorgeous skein and I'll pick a winner on Friday, December 10th. Good luck!

38 comments:

  1. My knitting group is knitting a blanket for a neighbor who recently experienced a loss. I would use it to knit up a swatch.

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  2. i'd probably make it into some pretty mittens. maybe with some dainty cables... : )

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  3. I'm thinking I could find a perfect sock pattern in my new Cookie A. book for it!

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  4. Um, I probably couldn't make anything awesome, but I'd give it to my mom to make me something BEYOOTIFUL! :) I've been wanting some arm warmers!

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  5. It's so hard to choose, especially when I'm expecting a couple of new sock books in the mail soon - I could probably narrow it down to "something heavily cabled," though, as that's what I've felt like knitting lately.

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  6. it's been cold lately so i really want to make these socks

    http://www.purlbee.com/pom-pom-peds/

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  7. eee ^_^ this colour certainly helped my very grey day! I would make some socks for my mum :D

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  8. I will make a nice, little, baby cardigan for a soon to arrive baby. Yes, I do use sock yarn to make things other than socks.

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  9. That color would be perfect for Mom's complexion, so I'd knit her a gorgeous beret.

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  10. that would be a great color for a bonnet for my newborn (in may 2011) son. ;-) enough time to knit! hihi!

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  11. Wow! Those are some incredible fibers! If I was to win, I would try making a pair of socks for the first time, or maybe a pair of booties for my on the way niece or nephew!

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  12. A scarf!
    i have been knitting scarfs a lot lately, this would be a colour my mom would like... maybe a christmas present :)

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  13. I've been looking for the perfect yarn to knit some fair isle socks. I think might be it!

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  14. Ewe Loverly! I think I'd make a hat. I also have been dying to make leg warmers but I think I want big thick fuzzy ones.

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  15. ohhhh...that is some yummy looking yarn...i think my hands need some fingerless gloves made from this yarn...swoon!

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  16. SO pretty...i would definitely be making some fingerless gloves with that for my friend who looks great in pinks and purples. lovely!

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  17. Wonderful yarn! I always thought this would be such a great thing to learn to do. How much trouble would we be in if we spun our own yarn too?!

    I think I would go back to figuring out how to knit socks once again. Took a class on Magic Loop socks and never got it down. I must try again!

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  18. I would make an Ishbel, SO pretty!

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  19. I'd probably make some wristers, then with any leftover knit up some rosettes to embellish other projects.

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  20. i would make some leg warmers for a special little girl. :)

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  21. How beautiful!!! I have been wanting to make the Traveling Woman shawl for ages, and this yarn would be perfect!!! Thanks for such a great giveaway!!!

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  22. Really it's too pretty to hide under shoes. I'd make some mittens or -- yes, travelling woman shawl would be perfect. Thank you so much for this opportunity.

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  23. Oh my goodness, the colours are gorgeous!!! I would definitely make me a col (is that the right word?)It's been ages since i've knitted, I would love to cuddle up on the couch this winter and knit me a col!

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  24. something for my best friend's fetus! not due till jan 27, so i would have the time to figure out what to whip up..and its a girl, so the colors are perfect :)

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  25. So pretty! I'd try to make my first slouchy hat with it.

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  26. such dreamy yarns!
    i can just imagine making a sweet pair of child's socks or wrist warmers for myself.

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  27. I literally just taught myself how to knit this past weekend via Youtube videos! I would knit this up into a pretty little scarf. Cause it's freezing out! And I haven't quite mastered anything else yet :)

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  28. I would probably knit a shawl I think they are so beautiful!

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  29. I would definitely knit a pair of socks- I'm thinking Pomatomus, because I adore knitting socks! And I adore Bugsnugger yarn! This would be after I finish knitting myself a cardigan out of Diane's "Nikki" though....

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  30. I would have to make a hat or a sweater for my new baby niece who only weighed 3lbs 1 ounce when she was born. Happily she is up to 4 pounds 4 oz now.

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  31. I would make some armwarmers for my daughter. She would love these for work. Beautiful colors!

    greyowl60atyahoodotcom

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  32. I would make a shawl with this lovely yarn.

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  33. Well, so far the only thing I can knit is a scarf. So, I would use it to learn how to make a different pattern!

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  34. i love diane's yarn and this colorway is no different. i'd have someone make me socks. or i'd hold onto it and pet it till the day i finally learn to knit myself and could do it justice.

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  35. It's Dec 9, and I am glad I found this in time :) The colour reminds me of cherry blossoms in Vancouver in the spring! I am obsessed with shawls (knit 11 this year), so I'd probably would make a beautiful shawl to wear in spring!

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  36. That yarn is gorgeous! I would probably make a hat or some arm warmers.

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  37. Wow these are my favorite blends of pinks and purples. It's so me! I would make myself (FOR ONCE! HA HA) something out of it. Thinking a cowl with a cute button closure.
    kimberly.mace at gmail . com

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  38. I would make a Whippoorwill or socks

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