Wednesday, September 10, 2014

September yarny giveaway!


Hello everyone!  
I hope you are all having a good day.  It is windy here again which I always find a bit unsettling, I tend to flit from thing to thing on windy days, I'm hoping to be more focused tomorrow.

So anyway, I have a giveaway for you today, my ambition to hold one giveaway a month has got a little off track, but I will try and finish the rest of the year sticking to my word.  

The giveaway for this month is 3 skeins of Cascade Ultra Pima cotton
this is fairly new to my shop, but I am loving it already!  So soft, but creates a nice sturdy fabric too.
I had trouble choosing which colours to giveaway, there are so many to choose from, but in the end I decided to go with 3 rich jewel shades.  I thought you could make some nice potholders or washcloths or even a striped scarf with these.   


To enter just leave me a comment on this post telling me what is your favourite thing to make out of cotton.  I will pick a winner next Wednesday.

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This week has been a bit strange, I don't have the pressure of a market stall to make for, so am a little at sea with what to make next!  So much freedom!  
I have been experimenting with a new motif for a blanket, it is something I started playing around with last year, so it is good to get it out and take it to the next stage.  I am thinking it could be my next pattern I write up, I am quite pleased with how it is looking.  So I will have to share with you all soon!

Have great making day, hope you get some crafting in at some point! 

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Edited : Thank you, this giveaway has now ended !

156 comments:

  1. I haven't made anything with cotton as I can't buy it in Bathurst, though I have wanted to give it a go!

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  2. I love making dishcloths our of cotton, actually I prefer using cotton for most of my projects. :)

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  3. I like cotton for small things but also for a nice shawl or something. Anything actually. I'm in for the give-away. Awesome!!!!!!

    Lovely Dutch greetings,
    Emily
    (casacreaemilia.blogspot.nl)

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  4. These colors are gorgeous! I have only made mandalas with cotton.
    Sandy Downs

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  5. These colours are lovely. I love cotton scarves (lighter weight and kinder to skin than high wool content) and summer blankets.

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  6. I love making little flowers in cotton but my favourite make was a granny square bag; it looks lovely and doesn't pill like wool or acrylic.

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  7. for our new kitchen, I think a set made of potholders plus a tea towel would be very nice and cheery!!!
    In Maputo (Mozambique) there are not yarn shops : scary!!!!! ;oD
    thank you, xxxxxx Ale

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  8. A baby blanket in cotton always comes out great :)

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  9. I love making cushion covers, as they then feel so comfy, and also toys for my boy!

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  10. I really like to make little animal out of cotton! Plus coasters! :-)

    This yarn looks sooo yummy!

    Take care
    Anne
    http://crochetbetweentwoworlds.blogspot.de

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  11. My favourite things to make out of cotton, well. I love to make flowers, but also love to make amigurumis out of cotton. And cushioncovers!

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  12. Hello,
    Idd would like to make a baby blanket. Im pregnant, so i thinkthat would be nice.
    Greetz Lize

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  13. I have recently just finished a Polka Dot Rug made in cotton love it, its just beautiful to crochet with!

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  14. I am a square maker, anye square and I am happy. I am addicted. Coasters are a good number two though.
    Wish you a perfect day. Love the colors you've chosen for the give away.

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  15. I love using cotton yarn. I make small scarfs, mandalas and little accessoires like flowers, acorns or leaves out of it. At the moment I crochet pumpkins (autumn is coming closer and closer) and a water bottle cover. I think I have finished them in a few days and then I will write a post about it on my blog. Usually I use Lang Quattro cotton yarn. There is a wide range of colours and I get it in my local yarn shop. That's quite convenient. But your yarn looks fabulous, as well. I would like to enter the give-away.. Have a nice day, Viola

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  16. This year I've mostly been making mandalas out of cotton and a few flowers and leaves for my wreath making, please enter me in the giveaway, looks like beautiful yarn in lovely jewel colours
    Clare x

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  17. Greetings from Greece! I have never worked with cotton before but a scarf at these colors.... magic! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. Since I discovered your harlequin wash cloth, I have made several spotty ones, you introduced me to tapestry crochet. I am still not as neat as you but am aiming to get better, so for me, best thing in cotton - it has to be tapestry wash cloths. Thank you x

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  19. I love to make crochet flowers, glue a stick for a stem, put in a vase and you have a bunch that lasts for ages!

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  20. Dish cloths are fun and easy to make.

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  21. Amazing colors,love the giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it.I love to make cotton hats for my daughter,they are so soft.Have a lovely week.

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  22. Love the Colours and have made a lot out of cotton :-) discloth, Towels, baby blankets,hats, pillow sand mandalas etc. :-) have a wonderful and creative Day

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  23. Amazing colours. I like to make doilies and washcloth/dishcloths with cotton.

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  24. I love using cotton. It gives a more modern look and a cooler weight for summer. I just made a Kindle cover with cotton.

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  25. I have a cute little soft toy pattern that I think would be lovely in cotton! Thanks for the giveaway! The colours are gorgeous!

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  26. For almost a year now, I've been crocheting a flower quilt. ( it took it to holidayplace all over the world, even crocheted a lot of flowers in Africa) Almost finished now. Just missing a few more flowergranny's and I would like to make the border with crocheted. pom poms. Your wool matches wonderfully the other colours in the quilt. It would be a shame not to have them in it. :)

    Here you can have a preview:
    http://homeiswherethedachshundis.blogspot.be/2014/08/holiday-quilt.html

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  27. What beautiful colours! I've been enjoying your market posts :) I love making wash cloths out of cotton, they are so colourful and pretty, very soft and last for aaaaaaaaages! A great little present combined with smelly things as well :)

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  28. Cotton is great for so many different projects. I've used it to make dishcloths, bookmarks, shawls, blankets, doilies, pin cushions, bunting and other things too. I'm currently crocheting a king size blanket using cotton. I've got about a quarter of it done now.

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  29. Hi from Sunny Sussex. The colours are just lovely. I like making children's items from cotton, so washable. Little toys, little tops and nappy covers too.
    Babies look great it bright things!
    Love Liz x

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  30. I love making little flowers and things for my mum to put on cards that she makes. I've always wanted to crochet a top out of cotton though, next project i think!

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  31. Greetings from Germany! At the moment I am into Pumpkins!

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  32. Hallo
    Ik waag mijn kans met die kleuren wordt alles mooi wat er ook van gemaakt wordt
    groetjes clo

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  33. Amigurumi and little decorations - love them!

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  34. Wow, I love the colours! Cotton is the best for a comfortable summer tee or top!

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  35. I really like working with cotton yarn, mainly because of the bright colors I can find and it's relative inexpensive price tag :) Usually, I end up making dishcloths as I have found a small group of relatives who love them! Smiles, DianeM

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  36. I have made a top out of cotton, as well as washcloths. The colours of your yarn are gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  37. Cotton is perfect for a blanket in our climate I think...but I'm very keen to make a gorgeous jumper from a vintage crochet book I have :)

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  38. I love to make potholders and dish cloths from cotton.

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  39. Hello from Johannesburg. What stunning colours! Am just finishing a throw in cotton and have so enjoyed working with it. This coming Summer will be the first since I got the crochet bug so think cotton will be the way to go!

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  40. Cotton yarn is my favourite yarn to crochet with and these look gorgeous! I've been hankering to try a bunting with triangular shaped grannies, so that's what I would make with them. Love your site!

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  41. Oh I hope im not too late for this?!? What a beautiful giveaway!! I've only ever used cotton yarn to make clothes for my children's toys!!! Id love to make a scarf for the winter! X

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  42. Dish cloths. Without a doubt. They are the best. Love these colours! But, could also make little house-slippers..... or wrist warmers... or a scarf/cowl or a big doily for the sofa...

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  43. Fabulous colours! I like making mandalas and flowers for brooches out of cotton. It's lovely to work with.

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  44. I have been making a spoke wheel flower scarf in wool and would love to make the same pattern for a lighter feel and more summery composition in cotton, what wonderful colours

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  45. Love to make pot holders

    margaret anne gibb (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  46. I love to make baby things with cotton, it is better for them.
    I like the three colours, looks like satin.
    Miss

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  47. I love to make little amigurumi toys for my little girl :)
    Anna x

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  48. You picked such beautiful colors! I would love to make a stripey pillowcase with them.

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  49. I love the colours! With cotton I like to do scarfs and summer shawls. I also think that a blanket in soft cotton is perfect for summer nights!

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  50. Hi from the Alps! I would want to make either cushions or some kind of bag - either a handbag or a kidbag. Great colors!

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  51. I love making dish cloths but since starting to blog, I have come across some baskets and bowls I want to make. I love looking at the things you make.

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  52. Dishcloths!!! They make easy and personable gifts. :D

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  53. Love having cotton on hand for hot, sunny days!

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  54. Cotton yarns are perfect for a crocheted magic mandala :)

    Greetings from Hungary,
    Annás

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  55. I love making little afghans for babies out of cotton yarn. These colors are beautiful!

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  56. Love those colors! I have never used this yarn before! I love making baby things out of cotton. My favorite is a Plain Vest or carseat blankets. Thanks for the opportunity to try this lovely yarn!

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  57. Really nice soft cotton thread would make almost anything. Right now I'm hooking dishcloths but I see a baby blanket in these colors. So gorgeous.

    Sharon

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  58. Right now my favorite cotton creations are crochet baby toys and knitted washcloths. So soft!

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  59. Made a super sweey baby blanke for my niece. She was born in May. I would love to make her a sweet hat or dress :)

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  60. I love to make blankets and scarfs.
    Miriam

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  61. Hello, I love to make amigurumi with cotton! thanks for this giveaway <3

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  62. As my first grandbaby is due in December, my favourite things to make atm are anything suitable for a summer baby :)

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  63. I like ti do potholders, the color you chiose are amazing , thanks forse the giveaway!

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  64. I actually love to make dolls/amigurumi out of cotton yarn :) homespunhandmaiden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  65. I love this yarn, it works up gorgeously. I love a soft scarf in Cotton as I live in Florida.
    Hugs and thanks for the giveaway,
    Meredith

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  66. Lovely, just lovely! Hands down.. potholders anything for the kitchen really, not to forget sun visors too! Look forward to seeing the new blanket design. I'm still working on Christmas presents for the foreseeable future. Have a good day!

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  67. Mijn favorieten om te haken zijn op dit moment tassen, je kan er niet genoeg hebben, hé!
    Ik zal je give away ook nog delen, zie tabblad give away's,
    groetjes Sofie, Fie bakt, haakt én naait!

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    1. My Favorites to crochet at this time bags, you can not have enough, eh! I will also share giveaway, see tab giveaway's,
      Sorry I forget to answer in English ;-)

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  68. Oh, I love knitting toys with cotton yarn. So soft and mouth friendly! Thanks for the chance to win.
    Sheila
    http://sheilazachariae.blogspot.com/2014/09/holiday-knitting-and-crocheting-part-1.html

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  69. I love making dishcloth's out of cotton yarn. Their fast, easy and make great gifts!!

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  70. Oh, I love making dishcloths and mandalas out of cotton. I also make tops and skirts out of cotton for summer wear.

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  71. I love making little comfort / lovey / security blankets with animal heads on. All are donted to the local hospital to raise funds for much needed equipment

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  72. I love to work with cotton as wool make me really itchy. And I love the colors!

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  73. What an amazing bright colors!! What I most like to crochet with cotton are flowers and bags. Thanks for the opportunity. Love peace and crochet Gabriela

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  74. Beautiful colors! I like to make summer weight hats with cotton.

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  75. Wie niet waagt, wie niet wint............. Prachtige kleuren!!

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  76. I love this yarn. I just recently bought some to make a poncho to wear at work. I read of the yarn in a novel by Terri Dulong. Great giveaway!

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  77. Cotton blankets are the best! But I also like making dishcloths out of cotton. Lovely colours!

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  78. I pretty much make everything out of cotton if I can. That way I avoid washing related tragedy! xx

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  79. I've enjoyed making Mary Jane crochet slippers, and face cloths using cotton yarns leftover from a granny blanket. These colours are lovely and vibrant

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  80. Love making scarves and baby washcloths.

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  81. I use cottons for scarves, blankets or to crochet or knit a children toy. Thse colors are so beautiful, .... that would be a very beautiful scarve ;-)
    Fingers crossed, Fingers crossed, Fingers crossed, ... X X X
    Thanks for the wonderful give away !

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  82. I am planning a nice summertunic in cotton, for next summer, but my recent cottonlove is washcloths! So smart, I can´t figure out why I never did them before! The colours are amazing! i would sure love to win them!

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  83. HELLO, I think I'd make a delicate summer shawl>Thanks so for sharing a neat giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  84. The first cotton yarn I bought was from Greece and I knitted a doily for my kitchen. I love to knit dishcloths but with this lovely yarn I would probably crochet a shawl from a pattern I found on a blog via your comments. It's lovely jewel tones.

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  85. I love to use cotton for everything I make.

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  86. Cotton is my favorite fiber to wear. I think a scarf would be lovely out of the colors you chose.

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  87. I love to make doilies to add a splash of colour to any room!
    bourke(dot)amanda(at)hotmail(dot)ca

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  88. Oh I would love to be entered. The colors are great. I like to make dishclothes.

    Linda

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  89. I love to make summer clothes out of cotton. Though I also made a blanket and a pillowcase and a granny-hottie-cover too. Cotton is so versatile and surprisingly cheap!

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  90. I make almost everything from cotton. The best thing for it I find is blankets. I love the softness and drape of the finished project.

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  91. Lately I have tried making washcloths, which I love because of how fast a project can be finished. Though right now I'm working on a blanket of cotton yarn for my son.

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  92. Pretty colors! I like making dishcloths or potholders out of cotton

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  93. Ooh, please add my name! I would like to try making cotton socks as I usually use cotton for dishcloths and face cloths. xx

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  94. I've never used cotton but I really want to make some dish cloths and place mats and soo many other projects I have just needed to buy some eventually.

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  95. It was just last week I was touching and checking out the Cascade Ultra Pima cotton. It was beautiful and I regret not buying some. This cotton would be perfect for summer cardigans - my favourite for cotton.

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  96. My daughter asked me to make her a scarf that her children would not destroy. She teaches special needs students. The Cascade cotton would be right for her scarf. Your work has added such value to my life. Thank you!

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  97. Cotton is the best for crochet coasters and garlands/buntings.

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  98. Ha! I'm working on a mixed stripy blanket thanks to your inspiration - not sure it was the wisest choice of fabric though - it's heavy and is going to cost a fortune but I'm having so much fun! Next... I think I'd like to try socks!!! Perfect, jewel coloured socks I think!!!

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  99. Oh, that combo would make for a stunning sweater, or cotton dress for a little one!
    Lovely colors!
    I so enjoy reading your blog!
    Ttfn
    Jenn

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  100. Hi Julie! thanks for this great giveaway, I'd like to enter! Firstly, the colours are stunning! Secondly, I have been making lots of things from Cotton this summer, including zip pouches, fine scarves and shawls, pot holders, a granny square bag and more, but my favourites are making flower garlands in lots of bright colours and making crochet necklaces as cotton feels so nice against the skin!
    Ingrid xx
    http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be/

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  101. Those colours are beautiful and perfect for fall. It is always a pleasure to visit your blog and see what is new and what you've been up to, thank you for sharing your world. I guess I am a fairly simple gal when it comes to my use of cotton as I strictly use it for making dishcloths/facecloths which I give away to family and friends. Please enter me in your contest, thank you!

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  102. ooh, thanks! I love to make little granny square headbands out of cotton. But a lovely dishcloth isn't far behind...

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  103. I like making market bags and coasters with cotton yarn. I want to try a blanket, but the cotton yarn that I have access to is hard on my wrist...this yarn looks amazing. :)

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  104. Ooh so many options with this lovely yarn! Lately though I have been thinking of lacy mason jar covers (for the small jars) and then pitting a tea light in them. So pretty! Then there's the standby dishcloths, toys, baby tips/dresses. ;) wonderful giveaway!! Xo

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  105. What a lovely giveaway! Love those colors! I made a lot of things with cotton, most amigurumi, a bag and a mandala. Never made dishcloths tough, see it a lot on instagram and wanted to make it myself. This yarn would be gorgeous for it! ��

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  106. I am a beginner! I loved the colors, it s perfect for a hat!

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  107. I like to make flowers, baby bibs and washcloths. What else can I make? armymon08 ravelry name

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  108. Haven't tried using cotton yarn yet so would love to win this to try out. Those colours are gorgeous. Think I'd try making lots of flowers and give them to a charity club to use as embellishments to sell. Xxx

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  109. Up to now I have only made pretty dishcloths but have a beautiful shawl pattern that I'd like to try using cotton yarn.

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  110. Beautiful colours. Have made scarves in 4 ply cotton and a granny square jacket for my daughter. Every time she wears it she says somebody comments on how lovely it is. I would like to crochet a blanket in cotton and knit myself some wash cloths as the colours in cotton are gorgeous.

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  111. I have almost finished a blanket in a cotton blend & have loved the feel of it. I still have bags & potholders on my to do list.

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  112. hello Julie
    During these hot months it is a joy to crochet with cotton. I in fact use it quite a bit all year around making numerous things. At present I am finishing off some diamond petals which I'll sew into a flower. I plan to use it as an applique on a very boring sliky top which really needs a something to liven it up. My diamond flower will do that I hope. Would love to enter your giveaway ... wonderful colours!!!

    keep well

    Amanda x

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  113. Hello,there!
    I really enjoy crocheting with cotton-it is soft,warm and cool at the same time:) And I think I'd crochet a blanket for my little boy...
    Thanks a lot,and crongratulations on your beautiful blog!
    Stamatia

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  114. Hi from Spain!!!

    Here it´s hot yet, but a I would like to make a bright and cozy shawl for winter.

    Thanks!!!

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  115. My favourite has to be making lunch bags with cotton yarn. They are very unique and durable.

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  116. Hi there! I've been crocheting my fingers sore on variations of your hexagon pattern for cushions, in cotton ofcourse. My stash is rapidly disappearing, so I'd love to get some new skeins, and those colours are simply beautifull *sigh*.... thanx for your inspiring blog, love from the Netherlands, Vanessa Rietbroek

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  117. Cotton is so versatile. I'm currently loving knitting little animals in clothes from little cotton rabbits. They are so pretty. I also like crocheting small decorative objects in cotton like bunting, tin/jar/vase/bottle covers, toys, garlands and other yummy things.

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  118. I like making washcloths out of cotton or amigarumi. Lovely colors, thanks for the giveaway!

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  119. I love cotton for baby shoes and hats and as I have a new grandchild on the way I need to get my needles out!

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  120. potholders and dish cloths

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  121. i making a cotton popcorn blanket at the minute and i love how the squares are turning out in cotton

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  122. What great colours together. I make my girl aged 7 her hats from cotton as she doesn't have a fringe and any other yarn makes her forehead itch so it would definitely be a crochet hat for me. Very kind giveaway. Jo x

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  123. Ive just seen a barefoot sandle pattern that would be great in cotton and these colours!

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  124. socks, fingerless gloves, washclothes, and shawls. I love the colors you picked. I would love to try making a mandala.

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  125. I have only made dishcloths with cotton. I would love to branch out and as we are heading towards summer a beach bag is top of my list!

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  126. I love making dish/face cloths. I never get sick of them. They are a quick and easy project

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  127. I think they're beautiful colors for a summer blanket or throw.

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  128. I love making double sided, round pot holders. There are so pretty and make great gifts!

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  129. I have a couple blankets I have made out of cotton I love! Beautiful colors, the yarn you are giving away!

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  130. Washcloths feel good in cotton. "Spa" cloths are fun with contrasting colored yarn trim!

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  131. I would love to participate in your giveaway... I love to make blankets, but I also love making project bags or washcloths/ dishcloths with cotton. Thanks for doing such a great giveaway.

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  132. I mostly make washcloths out of cotton, but recently I have been making "poufs" with cotton. I really like that they are sturdy and clean up so well. I would absolutely love to win this giveaway! Thank you so much for offering it. :o)

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  133. Toddler dresses. The next one will be crocheted dresses inspired by the traditional costumes. Granny squares across the bust and so matching stripes around the collar and waistband.

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  134. The colours mach my grand daughters nursery perfectly. I would make her crochet baskets and a matching toy animal, a sausage dog I'm thinking with the beautiful yarns

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  135. I've made lots of things in cotton, potholders, dishcloths and right now I am making a granny stripe blanket, in cotton.

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  136. I would have said mandalas, but now it is crochet bowls! Fabulous colour yarns!! xx

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  137. a scarf and matching wristers if I can

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  138. My favorite things to make out of cotton are cute baby booties and bibs.

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  139. I love a cotton blanket. They are such beautiful colours..

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  140. I like to make scrubbies or washcloths out of cotton.

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  141. Scarves or washcloths. Thank you for doing this.
    Donna M

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  142. That cotton has such a beautiful sheen! I love kids sweaters and shirts out of cotton! The colors stay so bright and it gets softer the more you wash it.

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  143. I like making amigurumi out of cotton but I've never had much of it. I'm usually a "cheap as chips" acrylic girl..I get more for my money then :))

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  144. i bought my first cotton today to crochet with so look forward to finding out what everyone is talking elizabeth s

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  145. Oh wow, lovely shades! I like to make little blankets or cushion covers from cotton :)

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  146. My favourite thing to make from cotton is crochet mandalas and flowers but I also love to use it for tea kettle holders, wash cloths and bunting too.

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  147. At this moment I'm busy making wash clothes for baby's in the shape of little annimals with arms and a face and all kind of babystuff for a lot of very lovely newborns.
    Greatings Ria

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  148. I love knitting socks with cotton!

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  149. I would probably want to crochet a granny square bag.
    SandyL

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  150. I love making summer tank tops with cotton but I need to make a new bag soon!

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  151. I've only used cotton for Washcloths

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  152. Ow wauw what a lovely colours!! I think I'm in ♡! Whith these colours I would love to make a scarf. Or maybe a bag. So it colours up my autumn days.

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