Which is nothing like Hammer-Time! Unless you count the fact that both might just make you wanna dance! So, in honor of my One-Month Bloggiversary. . .
do a little dance, make a little. . .wait, I digress. . .
Instead, how about I give you a chance win a prize?!
So, I began my blog on March 24th, just after I opened my Etsy shop, and just before my birthday. There has been much celebration in my life lately, so I wanted to share it with you as well! And, since I have such generous friends, they have agreed to help me with spread the word, and Knitting Nonstop even offered to share some prize booty (that’s yarn booty, by the way) for the contest!
If this is the first time you have read PrettyKnitty's blog, welcome! If this is your 10th read – well, Yippee! Here are the specs:
- To enter, leave me a comment, letting me know how many posts you have read (hint: it will be a number between 1 and 10 at this point), and what your favorite pastime or hobby (other than knitting) is!
- I will enter all of the comments into the Random Number Generator on April 30th to find the contest winner.
- Make sure to check back on May Day (that’s May 1st four you youngsters!), when I will announce the winner of the contest!
Here’s the booty, Knitting Tools and SOCK YARN!:
A Row Counter and Stitch Markers made by PrettyKnitty (that’s me, and these are the result of my clay-play-day - Millefiore, polymer clay, cane beads!) The split rings of the counter and markers will fit needles to size US 4 (3.5mm), making these great tools for sock- and other fine-guage knitting! :The counter sits on the knitting needle, between stitches. Different colored seed bead embellishments with each bead charm mark the beginning, middle (row 10) and end of the counter. On each row or round of knitting, the knitter slips the working needle into the next ring, and when you reach the end of the counter, you have completed 20 rows of knitting. In addition, it comes with illustrated instructions!
The markers also fit needles up to size US 4 (3.5mm), and they match the beads on the counter, with different color seed beads embellishing each one.A beautiful skein of Noro Sock Yarn in the S150 colorway (blues/greens mostly)! This 100 gram skein has 462 yards; it’s a 70% wool, 30% nylon blend of deliciousness! (The bottom picture shows the more true color.)
Good luck to you all, and as long as you’re here, check out the rest of my row counters and markers over at PrettyKnittyJewelry.etsy.com!
Knit in good health!