Friday, 26 February 2021

Fibre 4 Fibres Giveaway preview 46

Another week, another prize. The last of one for February. This week's prize has a definite feel of the coast. Going to the beach is going to be one of the first things I do once I can venture out again. Luckily I won't have to go too far as Norfolk has plenty of wonderful beaches. And I will be having chips! It's the law; you HAVE to eat chips when you go to the seaside!

 The prize includes a sock set, 'Pesky Seagulls' which was created by the lovely Hayley at Ducky Darlings, to go with my sock pattern 'It's Seagull o'clock'. Hayley has not only donated this sock set, but a pin badge and progress keeper as well. I will gift the winner a copy of the pattern too, either on Ravelry or emailing a copy direct. There is a copy of a beautiful book of sock patterns - Shoreland by Hunter Hammersen - which has been donated by Search Press. I reviewed this book on my blog last year. My friend Ann who is Busy Pottering on Instagram has made this lovely project bag with seaside cottages and seabirds on. There is also a skein of Life in the Long Grass fine sock yarn in beautiful blue tones and a ball of Scheepjes Our Tribe 4ply yarn. A huge thank you to everyone who has donated a prize. 

I'm sure that you know the score by now, but I'll tell you how to enter anyway! You have a chance to win all these gorgeous prizes for a minimum donation of £2! Are you tempted to try your luck? Here's everything you need to know. This giveaway will run this coming Sunday 28th February, closing at 23:55. To enter, go to my JustGiving page here and buy your virtual raffle tickets by donating £2 or more. £2 gets you 2 tickets, £3 gets you 3 tickets, £5 gets you 5 tickets and so on. The more you donate, the greater your chance of winning. You will need to leave your Instagram or Ravelry name, or tick the box to share your details with me when you make your donation, so that I can contact you if you are the winner. This is really important as I have no way of knowing who you are otherwise. Each week, I still get donations where no name or email is left, so if that person's number comes up in the random number generator, I have no idea who it is! All your donations go the Myositis UK to help fund research into this incurable muscle disease, so thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your support. Every single donation is important. Hopefully we should pass £14,000 this week! Thank you and stay safe! xxx


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