8.16.2011

Alpenglow Yarn Drawing Giveaway!


In Episode 56, I had the pleasure of sharing a story from Carrie Sundra of Alpenglow Yarn about the process of taking yarn from fleece to skein. I had no idea there was so much work involved! Carrie has kindly donated this pile of Alpenglow goodies to this episode's drawing giveaway!




Included in this generous prize are:

-2 skeins of Sporty Corrie in the Ephemar colorway (Red) and a 100g bump of undyed Corriedale Wool roving from her Small Farm line. (Both of these are from the same batch of fiber Carrie talked about in her story!)

-2 skeins of Sylvan Wool in the Starry Night (Blue) colorway from her American Yarn line.

-2 skeins of Peruvian Silke Alpaca in the Boysenberry (Purple) colorway from her Global Yarn line.

Each skein and fiber package have a background story, which Carrie has shared on the labels. 
It's really interesting to find out where everything comes from!

To enter to win this amazing "Alpenglow Sampler", please leave a comment (including contact information) under this post. Only one comment per person please.

The winner will be announced here on September 1, so be sure to check back and see if you have won!

Drawing Now Closed. Winner is Avila! Congratulations! 

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Tooloosen said...

beautiful yarn! good luck with your new baby

Val said...

Beautiful Yarn!!!!!

marigold jam said...

Have just discovered your lovely blog via a giveaway organised by Millefeuilles and have added you to my list as I am loving what I see. This yarn looks wonderful and I cannot wait to see the book you mention in print.

becca said...

Amazing! Gorgeous yarn!

Hishandmaid said...

loved hearing the story. Thank you for sharing!

Dianna
knittingmotheratgmaildotcom

moniru said...

I will not stop entering the drawings! Each one is better than the last! Random number generator: Plck me!!!!
moniru3@gmail.com

knitaroo said...

This yarn looks so soft and plush - and I loved the story of how it was made.

asteride said...

Dear Alana, as you know we knitters love giveaways and we love to collect yarns so thank you from my heart for being so generous.
asterideatgmail.com

Auntea said...

So excited about a great new home company-great story & yarn!
Auntea on Ravelry

Eileen said...

I enjoyed the interview. Would love to win the yarn! :-)

Eileen
WiscKnitter on Ravelry

Robin V said...

I enjoyed listening to Carrie's story - and the yarn is beautiful!

Alisha said...

Beautiful yarn. Someone's going to be very lucky.

bentneedle said...

Oooh, gorgeous yarn! I really like hearing her story of how it's put up too.

yarnit said...

I'm enjoying your podcast. It's like I'm sitting here knitting with someone. I hope to be as productive as you someday. Thanks for the chance to win something.

TeriJean said...

Oh my! What gorgeous yarn, and love that descriptions of the process/where the yarn came from are on the labels!

pfeiffer.clark@gmail.com

terip said...

So pretty

Fluffy said...

WOW, what a giveaway!!

brownleann@gmail.com

jen said...

I love that the yarn comes from sheep she knows!

Holly Marie said...

Beautiful yarn! What a lovely and generous giveaway!
hollymarieknits09 AT gmail DOT com

Debbie said...

Is it too late to get in the drawing? Gorgeous yarn!

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