Third Birthday Giveaway #4

Third Birthday Giveaway #4

Today is my turn for a birthday giveaway.  What better way to celebrate than with fiber!

Since I received my new drum carder, I’ve been making good use of it for my projects, but it also gave me the opportunity to offer batts for the giveaway.

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The  “Santa” batt is 1.4 ounces and contains red hand dyed Cheviot, black Corriedale, black bamboo, angelina, mulberry silk and three shades of red merino along with some gold floss.

The “Ocean” batt is one ounce and contains hand dyed teal/turquoise Domestic 56, Romney and alpaca/silk; three shades of merino, angelina and mulberry silk.

The “Purple People Eater” has hand dyed Cheviot in purple, purple haze, and gray along with five shades of purple merino and a purple/red merino silk mix.  It is 1.3 ounces.

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To enter please  leave a comment below on this post before Saturday, November 29.  I will draw a name randomly from the comments. The winner will be announced in my post on November 30. Anyone can win, no matter where you live. Please contact me with your snail mail address if you win to make sure I know where to send  your prize.  Anonymous comments won’t work. Be sure to spread the word and share this post on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and any other  social media or just tell your friends. Thanks!

Good luck!

68 thoughts on “Third Birthday Giveaway #4

  1. This is amazing and for someone who washes wool in the sink and dries it by the fire it’s a dream come true 🙂 happy birthday guys x x x x

  2. Marilyn I see you have created some very lovely batts with your new drum carder.. Beautiful colors and I can see the sparkle too..what a very generous gift to celebrate our Happy Birthday. Thanks..

  3. Ai would love to play with these batts. Thanks to all of you four generosity and for all the time you spend writing posts and keeping the forum running.

  4. Fabulous prize!! I’d love to win. All your birthday gifts to us are great. Hope your birthday was equally great.

  5. Glad to hear of the new enterprise, I hope to use it, but in the mean time I love the blue and red, lovely colours and blend.

  6. More birthday greetings, i’d love some wool, can never have too much of a good thing

  7. Oh my, those sure are gorgeous batts! I see I have a lot of competition, which doesn’t surprise me 😀

    I hope you’re enjoying your travels, Marilyn. I love to imagine you going around the US with your drum carder in tow, just making batts left and right!

  8. I am new to wet felting within the past year. Love it. Making small clutches, bags and hats. I truly enjoy this craft and am glad to find a new talent. Hoping to try needle felting and rug making soon. Thanks for offering these giveaways- Love the colors.

  9. Offering this so nice present you are really entering the Christmas spirit, so please accept my best wishes for a wonderful Christmas ans a happy New Year.

  10. Oh my I can only dream of having these gorgeous batts to play with. The colours are so devine, you have my mouth watering they are scrumptious.

  11. These colors instantly put a smile on my face. Congratulations on your new drum carder. I hope to own one ,one day 🐼

  12. Gorgeous batts. I love both Purple People Eater and Santa. Wonderful strong colours and interesting mix of fibres. I’d use these for felting something delicious!

  13. A very generous giveaway Marilyn and a popular one too! They certainly have the WOW factor.

    If I were the lucky winner, I would have to spend at least a week, just looking, stroking, and drooling. 🙂

  14. What a NICE present…i haven’t told my drop spindle about this but will definately be crossing my needles!

  15. Thank you everyone for the nice comments. I’ll be drawing a name tomorrow evening and will announce the winner Sunday in my blog post. So if you know anyone who would like to enter there is still time.
    Good luck to you all.

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