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10 Yarn Ball Giveaway!

This month I’m giving away 10 balls of Lion Brand’s Hometown USA yarn! The color is Houston Cream, which also happens to be my hometown ? Be sure to comment below what your hometown is?!

I used just one ball of Hometown USA to crochet the Flurry Pop Beanie in adult size ? I’m kind of in love with how quickly chunky yarn works up. I do have lots of plans for dk weight yarn in the months to come, but until the cold retreats we can delve our hands into the big yarns with glee.

The superbulky weight yarns are great for warm winter hats, cowls, scarves you name it! I really loved working on my knitting skills with this weight yarn since it’s easier to manipulate the yarn and to see each stitch. Do you have a favorite yarn weight? Let me know below ?

To enter the giveaway click the box below:

The giveaway is only open to US & Canada residents. It starts 2/5 @12 am and ends 2/12 @12am.

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Good Luck!

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Constance Carlsen

Wednesday 13th of February 2019

My hometown is Mastic Beach on long Island!

Kara Lewis

Monday 11th of February 2019

Thank you for a chance to win your giveaway.

Kathleen Milkowski

Sunday 10th of February 2019

I really like all the patterns you offer the casual crocheter for free allowing us to feel like we can accomplish really nice project without having to pay premium dollar!

Judy J

Sunday 10th of February 2019

love your patterns and get a lot of practice re-sizing them.....

Patricia Bitttinger

Saturday 9th of February 2019

Thank you for the giveaway. I look forward to seeing all your designs. I am originally from PA and now live in Ohio. Retired, but babysit our youngest granddaughter who is 17 months and the reason I started crocheting almost 2 years ago.

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