Tuesday, April 15, 2014

April giveaway!


Hello! 

I have a nice little collection of 5 Heirloom 8ply cottons to giveaway this month.  One each of blue, aqua, red, lime, and pink.  I think you could make some lovely soft washcloths or maybe start a soft cotton granny square blanket or cushion cover?  Or  lots of flowers and make them into a garlandy thing...... lots of possibilities with cotton!

If you would like to enter, just leave a comment telling me what is your favourite thing to make with cotton.  I will pick a winner next Tuesday!  Good luck!  

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Thank you all for entering, this giveaway is now closed!

189 comments:

  1. I have made a scarf, washcloths and toys with cotton. Not sure which is my favorite, though.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Lisejackson000 at gmail dot com

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  2. Cool giveaway! I prefer to hook hugs and lately also squid for charity!
    I will also link the giveaway on my blog!
    Have a nice day,
    Greetings Sofie
    Fie bakt, haakt en naait!

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  3. My favourite thing to make in cotton is a baby rug, usually about 1 metre square, lovely and soft, no risk of allergies, and easier to wash than wool.
    marciecarr@bigpond.com

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  4. Cloths and granny-squares.
    tagelaursenpiaeriksen@gmail.com
    herframinverdengaer.blogspot.dk

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  5. I've made washcloths and a bag... washcloths are my favorite. Although, I have a sweet scarf in my Ravelry queue that calls for cotton, maybe it will get on the hook soon ;o)

    Thank you for the chance!

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  6. I'm shameful -- I have never made anything with cotton before. I'd probably stick to my standby and do a nice, light summer blanket.

    Thanks!

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  7. Little cotton flowers for a garland; the cotton gave them a smooth feel and they were slightly heavier than wool. I still use them in the living room.

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  8. I always do different things but my next project will be a summer bag!

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  9. Hello Jules
    I am currently LOVING making some very simple Mandelas with cotton, all one colour with a contrasting bobble edge.
    Have a lovely day
    Kate x

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  10. I would love to make more washcloths for myself, and my family. Great Mother's Day gift for my mom!

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  11. oooooh I love to crochet dishclothes, these would make bright & beautiful ones for my kitchen (and some for friends too!)

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  12. Washcloths/Spa Cloths are my favorite...but maybe a baby blanket (new grand nephew born early this morning and another on the way in June!!). Thanks for the chance.

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  13. Though crochet is my hobby of choice, I love knitting dishclothes with cotton. :)

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  14. I knit little baby boots to my own pattern. Cotton is great for them as they wont cause any itchyness on little feet. I call them bootsys. Am about to start making some for a possible grandchild or two later this year - my daughter in law is a twin and we have lots in our family so am hedging my bets!

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  15. I would make some lovely potholders and dish cloths if I were the lucky winner. Good luck, everyone, on winning this lovely prize :)

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  16. I love to crochet with cotton in general, and then I get less frustrated with simple things, such as dishcloths or potholders.

    Thanks!

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  17. I love to make wash cloths and potholders with cotton. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  18. I love cotton, right now I'm working on a multicolored blanket from all my scraps... And some new balls as well:)

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  19. For me I like to use cotton for my mandalas!! I like the idea that I can "iron" them into shape ♥♥ So generous of you!!

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  20. I would like to make a small loop stitch rug with the cotton x

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  21. Eu gosto fazer de tudo com o algodão...
    mantas de bebé, bolsas, estojos, chapéus.
    As possibilidades são muitas.

    Um beijo de Portugal

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  22. So lovely colours!
    I love cotton yarn.
    Have a nice April :)

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    1. oops.. and the favorite thing to do of cotton yarn is blankets.

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  23. Hi Jules! Up until now I've always made Granny Blankets in cotton but I'm desperate to try your tapestry crochet method and make some spotty washcloths! I love them xxxx

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  24. I can make some baby hats.

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  25. I like to make handbags with cotton. These colors would make a gorgeous spring bag!

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  26. Hellooo! I always use cotton yarn to make potholders. Of course, all things baby are great done in cotton also, and I do love to make baby things! Nice colors you have chosen there. Please count me in all the way from Texas!

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  27. I love cotton, I make blankets, scarfs, bags, covers, almost everything with cotton.

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  28. Woh...nice colours!! I would like to hook flowers for a guirlande from this beautiful colours.

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  29. Jennifer O.

    LOVE those colors together. My favorite thing to make with cotton is a crocheted beanie hat with a scalloped edge on it. Then I draw a sweet ribbon through and add several little colorful crocheted flowers. The hats provide a little sunshine for my girls during the cold winter.

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  30. I usually make little boots and cardigans or hooded jackets for babies, not as itchy! Quite fancy a blanket though-love the colours. Xx

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  31. I love to make summer hats with cotton.
    Paula

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  32. The last two things I crocheted with cotton were mandala's.
    I think that if I were lucky enough to win these I would like to start some colourful granny squares for a cushion.
    Margaret

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  33. Juicy colours! I've been making mandalas over at my blog using cotton, I'd love to try one with these lovely brights! I'll keep my fingers crossed...Chrissie x

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  34. Hi,such pretty colors! I've made mostly toys!
    Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  35. Everything! I love love love cotton (wool makes me itch, so I rarely use anything other than cotton). Wash cloths, blankets, rugs, toys, cushions...

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  36. Hi, I love to make flowers with cotton, they hold their shape and look crisp and fresh. If I won I would make a posy of spring flowers for my bedroom. I'm crochetandsmile on Ravelry. Thanks from Jules xx

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  37. What a nice gift! I am making several sets for Christmas gifts. Each set.has 2 rose potholders, four matching coasters, a mandala to set the teapot on, a mug and tea. I love cotton yarn!

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  38. Hi from Portugal!!! Simply love to work with cotton yarn, specially this time of the year. My favourit projects these Spring are child hats. These ccolours are just gorgeous!! Hope you a have a nice, happy Easter with your family!

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  39. Hello from Calgary Alberta … I have been wanting to make your star ornaments for ages …
    Happy Easter to all!
    Leslie

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  40. I have made lots of dishcloths and am now trying to learn the sunburst granny square. I just have such difficulty getting the edging right!!!

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  41. Hi, I love to make baby blankets for the spring or summer, and I really like the colours you have chosen for the giveaway.

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  42. I love to make blankets and dishcloths with cotton.

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  43. I make a pillow of it. And many many many other things! But i live in Holland :-( but i like your give a way!

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  44. I must admit I have never used pure cotton!! I'm quite new to crochet and have only ever bought cheaper acrylics although am starting to think about branching out. I'd make a cushion cover I think!

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  45. Great colors,lovely giveaway.With cotton I like to make hats for my daughter.Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  46. Oh, its easy for me, with such cheerfull colors I would make a very colorful little dog for a kid:)) byebye Francien

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  47. Found your blog at Bunny Mummy. Love any kind of craft (sewing, knitting, crocheting, etc).

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  48. I failed to mention in my previous comment that I would make my daughter fingerless gloves with the cotton yarn as she can only wear cotton due to skin allergies.

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  49. Hi Jules, unfortunately I can't tell you my favourite thing because I have to confess, I've never knitted or crocheted with cotton! So, in light of that I'd love to see what it's like :-) I'd probably make a little blanket with solid granny squares though, I think that would look lovely :-) x

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  50. I think either flower brooches or a baby blanket!

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  51. I would probably make a summer blanket. I love the colors you have chosen.

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  52. I love to make dishcloths, but I think I would make a sweet baby blanket instead. Perfect for a summer baby!!!

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  53. Oooo... fun! And such lovely colors!! Cotton is my go-to yarn for most things I make. I love it for baby items, especially! Right now I am making a granny square pillow cover, in spring-y colors, since winter just won't let go of us here!

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  54. I love to make coasters and mandalas with cotton. i also crochet baby items in cotton sometimes as the cotton is so easy on their tender skin.

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  55. I would definitely make potholders. There is no such thing as owning too many potholders!

    xx Kirsten

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  56. Lovely colours! as you say so many possibilities I love using cotton in the summer and I have a fancy to make a mandala, it would look lovely in those shades. :)

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  57. I love cotton for granny square pillows. This is a very cute color combo for spring. Cheers!

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  58. I would love to make some more mandalas as my mandalitis isn't getting any better and I still have the bug to make more! Of course I would also probably have to make a flower garland to go with the mandala! The yarn colours are beautiful and will be loved I am sure by whoever wins them! xx

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  59. I like to make handbags. I love the color choices! I also like to make the usual washclothes, mandalas, etc., but I like to make unusual items that no one else has made yet.

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  60. I really like making baby hats in cotton. These colours would be lovely as baby hats.

    jowynj (at) blueyonder (dot) co (dot) uk

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  61. I like making mandalas and bags with cotton, but those colour speak to me of a nice grannie square cushion..

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  62. Definitely toy and baby blankets;)

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  63. Love those colours. I think I'd like to crochet a lacey summer top with cotton.

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  64. Cotton blankets are the best! Gorgeous colours.

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  65. It's so difficult to select a favourite - I use cotton a lot! From cushion covers, to flowers to my crochet beach hut motifs and bunting, but I think my most recent favourite colourful cotton project has to be mandalas which I recently posted on my blog.
    Thanks for the generous giveaway - those colours are fab :-) x

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  66. My favourite thing to make with cotton is crocheted face washers, its so lovely to have them to use every morning when you wake up :)

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  67. I love to make baby blankets with cotton.

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  68. It has to be flowers for me. I love the way the cotton shows the stitches and the light/shadow effects. Please enter me in your April give away.
    S xx

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  69. I do love a good dishcloth. So many colour and pattern possibilities. And I like a good cotton beanie.

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  70. I like making cotton slippers as presents for my friends.

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  71. I love making dishcloths and baby blankets with cotton. So soft!

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  72. Three friends are having babies in the next little while, so some cotton baby clothes using my trusty old baby cardigan pattern and those beautiful colours would be fab!

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  73. I like to make washcloths and granny squares with cotton. it shows the definition so much better than other fibers I've worked with for these projects.

    Ellers4337@wmconnect.com

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  74. I would love to make cheerful, colourful market bags. Practical and awesome.

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  75. at this moment it would be a granny pillow !

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  76. Toys! I knit bunnies. :) I'd love to try a blanket over winter though, great way to keep my knees warm while I am knitting! LOL

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  77. Cotton is for washcloths and scrubbies. Except, of course, I just finished a cardigan out of Kollage riveting sportweight cotton, and I think it is going to get a lot of wear this summer, so I may need to rethink that.

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  78. I love making doilies with the cottons I have but these ones would make an awesome at ofwash cloths . I don't have any made at the moment because I don't have washable cotton.

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  79. My favorite for cottons would have to be pot holders. They work up quickly and are the perfect thickness for holding hot cookie sheets and resting hot pans on! :)

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  80. I would use this lovely little lot to make a hot water bottle cover now winter is approaching. :-)

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  81. Oh yes, cotton washcloths for babies are just the thing. They crochet up quickly and wash and wear so well. Perfect! Did I mention that I am 33 weeks pregnant?! :)

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  82. Love flower and heart crochet garlands, but also just designed a knitted exfoliating wash mitten...the possibilities are endless :)

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  83. I have only made one cotton top for myself many years ago but I would love to make some washcloths. I have seen so many pretty patterns lately.

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  84. Love decorations and bags made from cotton but after reading all the other comments I think another blanket might be in order.

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  85. Bright colourful dishcloths to cheer up the kitchen

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  86. I have an addiction to crocheting with cotton full stop. Lately I have been hooking up blankets and garlands for some new babies. Would love to try this yarn!

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  87. I love making dishcloths with cotton they last forever :) But then again I am toying with the idea of making a garlandy thingy LOL

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  88. Potholders is what I'd make with cotton. I have a pattern I'd love to try!!!

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  89. Ooo I love these! I like making dishcloths from my cotton or hats/blankets for summer babies.

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  90. I'm currently crocheting a cotton ripple cushion cover & it's looking pretty spiffy. :-) I love working with cotton, it's so soft. I've made a couple of bags, a dishcloth & lot's of flowers. I bought a stack of it & sent it to my mum for Christmas so she could try it out. She's 84 & crochets every day.

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  91. Wow! All the voyeurs come out of the closet when there's a giveaway! LOL! I make washcloths but you gave me an idea too...I never thought of making a nice cotton blanket for Summer. Brilliant! And to think I thought the blanket season was over. Now I can plan a cotton blanket. I always love your color choices too. Thank you for having it.

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  92. I like to make kids soft toys, wash well and feels nice! Love the giveaway!

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  93. I like to make hair accessories...I do have 3 girls, lol! Thanks for the chance to win!!! :-)

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  94. What a wonderful giveaway. I would love to be entered. All I have ever made out of cotton yarn is dishclothes.

    Linda

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  95. A nice hat!!!! In the summer we are leaving Indonesia to reach another hot and sunny country, so ……. !!!!!! ;oD
    thank you, xxxxxxxx ale

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  96. ooh lovely choice colours...flowers and washcloths..many possibilities

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  97. I would make old vintage looking pot holders!

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  98. Ooooo I'd love to make a granny square pillow cover!!

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  99. I have only ever made washcloths for a friend out of cotton. I made one for myself because I wanted to see how it turned out first and I love it! Now I need to make more!

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  100. Um maybe flowers, wash cloths or an amigurumi... or oh the possibilities :)

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  101. Wash clothes, dish clothes, that is my favorite for cotton yarn! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  102. I like to use the cotton yarn for baby bibs and outside ornaments, e.g. Birds and and flowers for Xmas, Easter and birthdays!

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  103. I have just had my first experience with cotton. I crocheted a babies blanket for a gift. I so enjoyed using cotton, I'm not sure why I haven't used it before.

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  104. I LOVE making face washers and dishcloths with cotton. But am about to start making a set of nice placemats to pretty up the table. These colours would be perfect!

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  105. I made Christmas decorations from cotton and they were gorgeous. Stars and baubles - circles - trimmed with little metallic bells, easy to make and they look fantastic on the tree. Cotton comes in so many wonderful shades.

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  106. I'm re-learning to crochet after about 20 years - am loving it - have never used cotton so would love the chance to try a lighter-weight baby blanket

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  107. dishcloths! Giving a bunch away to teachers tomorrow instead of chocolate. Very addictive knitting them.

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  108. Oooooo cotton....what to make....what to make!!! Something colourful and useful a bag or a storage basket :) x

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  109. Lots of babies are popping out this year....so I've been making baby blankets. This cotton would be great for the blankets, so I guess that would be my favourite thing to make at the moment :)

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  110. Cotton is suitable for a lot of things. Clothes, granny squares, blankets, bags... These colours are perfect for a cushion cover or a scarf.

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  111. Love those colours! I've only made embellishments out of cotton before but am keen to increase my cotton stash to try new projects. Perhaps I'll start with wash cloths. :-)

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  112. What lovely colours! I am very keen to start knitting some cotton washcloths and these would be ideal. Knitting or crocheting in cotton is wonderful, I like it much better than wool.

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  113. Hello, I love coton. And I always crochet Amigurumi... When I see these colors... I would like to make a rainbow hippo.... Or a beautiful butterfly.... I hope I inspirered you and others.
    greetings AmiFan
    http://cute-amigurumi.blogspot.nl

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  114. Hello thanks for the chance to win!
    Clothes and clutch bags. I love love love cotton the look the feel, yeah sure it can be heavy to work with at times too but it is right to me and my favorite of all favorite things!
    Im working on a lace type top at the moment and its just devine :)

    Take care of you, Rupie xx

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  115. I love making flowers with cotton.

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  116. I love prettying up my kitchen with bright cotton pot holders.
    Love your blog!

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  117. Ooh what pretty colours! I love to make flower brooches, the cotton gives the stitches such lovely definition!

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  118. I like to make anything for my grandson from cotton yarn.

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  119. Totally into making toys for grand kiddos. Make the clothes for the animals with - cotton. Lovely colors.

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  120. I would make a cushion for my beach hut - so much easier to shake the sand from cotton yarn than from acrylic!

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  121. a cushion for my sewing room or lovely wash cloths for the shower x Amanda

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  122. My favorite thing do to with Cotton is Baby accessories or cloches because It is soft and non allergenic .
    Have a Good Day
    Miss
    Www.mywoolvalley.blogspot.ca

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  123. My favorite thing to do with cotton must be scrub-bands and scrub-balls for the shower! I have both MS and fibromyalgia so sometimes I have troubles with washing my hair (my fingers feels like balloons or sausages and I can´t use them properly) so I have a bunch of crocheted helpers that I just pop in the washer every week. But they are looking a bit dull now so I have plans on crocheting some new ones so cottonyarn would be very loved here :)
    drewke.erika@gmail.com

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  124. I've made bags and washcloths with cotton yarn and both are my favourite! I plan to make household decorations and accessories if I win this lot! xo

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  125. Me encanta hacer muñecos con algodón, tan suave y con esos colores.......
    Muy bonitos tus trabajos, gracias por compartirlos :)

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  126. Count me in please! Oh definitely baby hats for spring and summer : ) xoRobin

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  127. Lovely colours! Me too :-) Thanks!

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  128. I've made dishcloths, washcloths and flowers with cotton. I love it.

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  129. What a wonderful give away....dishclothes and scrubbies...potholders..this stuff is awesome for those...good luck everyone...

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  130. I'm new to the world of yarns, only just begun to enjoy crochet after a somewhat iffy start... these would be great for another granny square blanket as the colours I'm using now are quite muted x

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  131. I have made quite a few things with cotton and I have to say I love the stitch definition you get with it. So far my favourite thing I have made with it was a itty bitty baby cardigan for a friend's baby, with a close second being the ripple baby blanket I made in hot pink and cream, it really was beautiful and sooo soft!

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  132. I would make something for my kids.I`m decorating their rooms and try to add there as much diy-things as I can :)

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  133. Lately, I have enjoyed making reusable farmer's market bags out of 100% cotton yarn! It comes in such fun colors like the ones you are giving away!

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  134. With warm weather coming here in SC, I've been making summer dresses and tops for my girls with cotton. I love your color combo! elliezaccone@yahoo.com

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  135. What an amazing give away! With such a simple yet difficult question. My favourite item to crochet with cotton would definitely be baby items, rattles and safe toys! xoxo! lilyrazz@hotmail.nl

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  136. OOOH lovely giveaway, thank you for your kindness. I love making crochet flowers or baby items with cotton :)

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  137. How lovely, theres a first time for everything because as yet i've not made anything with 'cotton' so here's to it :) Happy Easter

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  138. Thank you for the lovely give away!!! :-) I want to make a flowered garland for my front door and god's place in my house. Its called a "toran" in my native language. It came out well in cotton yarn when I made it last time. Good luck everyone! :-)

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  139. Thanks for the giveaway, I love reading your Blog. I like to make the little birds from Attic24's blog with cotton and also decorations. Mats and coasters are also nice made from cotton.

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  140. Lovely idea! I d like making some nice granny square things with it!

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  141. I love to make washcloths with cotton yarn, though this yarn is so pretty, I think it would look perfect for a soft summer hat!

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  142. Bonjour !

    I really like your blog. I'm living at the other side of the earth, in France, and I love receive your newsletter ! It's spring, here, and the flowers are beautifull. The colours of the nature too, like all the colours you use for your creations, fresh and bright. I hope you'll understand my english ! and I continue to write in french now

    Ce que j'aime faire avec du coton ? j'utilise des cotons à broder pour réaliser toute sorte d'ouvrages car j'aime beaucoup marier les couleurs. Tu peux aller voir sur mon blog 'Les 7 jours d'Hélène", tag : set de table au crochet" ou "sac".
    XXXX
    Algmiae

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  143. Oh how I love cotton yarns! Baby booties and dish cloths are tops, but right how I'm knitting a lovely Freeform cape with lots of unique cotton yarns. Would love to win these!

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  144. I make dishcloths all the time to give away to family and friends...they love them! I like that it is a simple, fast 'instant gratification' make that can be useful too. Thanks for the chance to win, love the colours!

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  145. Like so many others I make dishcloths. I would like to try a baby blanket with cotton one of these days.
    sandydowns17@gmail.com

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  146. I love to make everything out of cotton! Living in Arizona soft cotton is the best to make scarves, shawls, and little bags

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  147. I love cotton for baby clothing (hats, booties, jackets etc.)

    Thank you for colorful blog!!!

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  148. I just started a new job in the maternity ward in a hospital and would love to start knitting hats for the newborns, especially for the babies born with drug addictions.

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  149. I am currently kinda obsessed with pillows and cotton is so nice for them! Not only do I love the look of a cotton crochet pillow, the feel of it is lovely! :)

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  150. it has to be pretty flowers!!

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  151. I love making dishcloths with cotton! Never will use another kind of dishcloth again.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

    ~Ola

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  152. Actually I am making a vintage scarf with cotton... it's the first time that I work with this fiber but i love it!
    Thanks for the giveaway! :::Silvia

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  153. I love cotton throws! I really need to make a few cotton cushion covers for the living room. Needs a bit of color! Thanks for this amazing giveaway!

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  154. Blankets are my very favourite thing x

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  155. I usually make dishcloths - useful and fun.

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  156. Hallo from Germany....i would love to do many of flowers.

    Alles Liebe

    Zita

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  157. Dishcloths. I found several patterns from the 50's 60's and 70's at my local thrift shop (great place to score patterns) and these colors would look fantastic in these colors. Some of the dishcloths actually use these colors.

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  158. Cotton automatically means dishcloths and potholders!! And for some reason, I'm always in need of more... and they make great gifts!!

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  159. Love making dishcloths with cotton

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  160. pillow cover. Or garland. or something to wear. oooh there's always good use for cotton! Wishing you a wonderful Easter time with your family!!

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  161. How about flowers for grand babies blanket in progress .....in that gorgeous cotton. Love your colors capes as always.
    patricia again

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  162. Those are such beautiful colours! I'd to make a cushion on that combination.

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  163. Hearts are my favourites, crisp cotton so you can see the stitches!

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  164. Fab giveaway count me in please xx

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  165. I want to pimp up my bike withe some skirt guards. I think it looks gorgeous in cotton!

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  166. These lovely spring colors would make a fabulous ripple or granny stripe blanket for my daughter's doll pram. Ella the doll would feel very spoilt!! Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

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  167. I want to make baby shoes, barbie doll cloth, tissue box cover.. really want it

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  168. Happy Easter to you, I hope you have a wonderful time with your family. Cotton making is something I'm quite new to, I have always made with wool, however I love making dish cloths, not very exotic I know, but practical and I also love the beautiful creations from Julie, of little cotton rabbits, I have a number of her patterns and they knit up beautifully, the cotton is just perfect. xxBrenda

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  169. Hi Jules,
    I love to make dish cloths, face washers and cleaning cloths with cotton. I use different colours for different uses. I also like little loosely knitted cotton tops in summer. I have also just recently made little squares about 15 sts x about 15 rows to make eye makeup remover pads, that I can just throw in the wash so easily.
    Hope your weather is as beautiful down there for easter as our is up in coastal N.S.W.
    Blessings Gail.

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  170. I love using the Heirloom Cottons - they are great for garlands to add to gifts for my daughters, nieces and friends. I have also made lovely snuggly bunnies for charities. These great colours in such a soft yarn are perfect for toys that will get a lot of loving!

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  171. My favorite thing to make with cotton yarn are tawashi's. There are sooooo many fun patterns, they work up quick, are super handy, cheerful, and my family just LOVES them.

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  172. I like to make coasters and washcloths!

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  173. Perfect colours and perfect timing to make a Beach Hut cushion with multi coloured bunting! It will be finished in time for summer in the garden. Thank you for being so generous and offering such pretty colours in that lovely soft cotton. I've made one of these cushions before in cotton and would love to make a new one for this year. Any leftovers could make a pincushion, I love yours and get much inspiration from your blog, thank you. Fingers crossed!

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  174. I would like to make a curtain for a door to keep out the flies in the summer. I love your blog and enjoy looking at the beautiful things you make :)

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  175. My favourite things to make with coloured cotton are top down raglan summer tops for my granddaughters. Small quantities get made into knitted yokes to be attached to cute funky fabrics for sundresses for the youngest granddaughter.

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  176. I am currently making a nordic shawl using this beautiful yarn and am about to make some granny square scarves. Love your yarns miss woollie!

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  177. Hi. Jules,
    What a lov,ey giveaway, I love making either potholders or granny squares, then gift them. hope you have a wonderful Easter a weekend.xo

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  178. I would love to make some baby hats ( to giveaway) and then maybe a granny's aquarium pillow :) how lovely and what a generous giveaway :) thanks Jules :)

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  179. I would love to make myself some new dishcloths - I used to think it was a waste of lovely cotton, but it sure makes the dreary process of washing dishes much more enjoyable! (as well as hanging out the washing!)

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  180. I haven't made much with cotton yarn but I think my favorite is either my beach bag or sun hat I made for my baby cousin. Thanks for your giveaway!

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  181. I'm completely new to corcheting, I've only attempted a few patterns so far and they've turned out OK. I'd love to try cotton to make some kind of bunting for my newly decorated kitchen! Kim x hello@eatsleepbakerepeat.com

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