Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Giveaway Week: Day 3 - Kimono Pattern from Adirondack Patterns

Giveaway closed. Thanks to everyone who entered! Come back again for another fun giveaway!!

I am so excited for today's giveaway from Laura at Mountain Mama.  You have seen her patterns here on CED before, like this morning!  But did you know that she and her sister have created an etsy shop where they sell their patterns?  They have and their patterns for both crocheted and sewn items are amazing.

How cute is this baby kimono pattern?  I need to find a baby to make this for, asap.

So, here's the lowdown. The winner of today's giveaway gets this gorgeous pattern from Laura at Mountain Mama.  You lucky people get 4 chances to win!!  Here's how:
  1. Leave a comment on this post telling me a little about yourself and when you started to crochet.
  2. Check out their shop and tell me what patterns you like (in a comment). 
  3. Leave another comment if you follow on blogger or google reader or wherever else.
  4. Share this giveaway on your blog / facebook / twitter and then come back and leave a comment letting me know you did so.
Contest closes at midnight on November 24th, 2010. I will announce the winners on the 25th. You get four entries per person / ip address. If your profile is set to private, then make sure to leave your email or a way to get in contact with you! Good luck


  1. I absolutely love this pattern! I would love to make this for a new baby--it would change up my typical baby afghan as a gift!

    I started to crochet (with determination) in college. =)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    justforthis917 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  2. I follow!

    justforthis917 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  3. The shop has some fun patterns! I really like the Crochet Butterfly Sleeve V Neck Crop Sweater Pattern. That would be fun to make.

    justforthis917 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  4. I'm a loyal follower, but you already knew that!

  5. I started to crochet last Spring, I think, and it's been my favorite craft ever since. I'm still learning a lot and trying to challenge myself just a little with each new project I take on.

  6. I'd love the pattern for making crochet cross over toe ballet slippers...they're so adorable!!!

  7. 1st, before I forget it I have to wriite down my favorite pattern . . well, I have two and can't choose between them.

    1. the crochet summer dress for 0 - 6 month olds and
    2. the cap sleesed baby dress.

    It seems like I always have a baby girl to crochhet for.

    As a matter of fact, I have a great niece/nephew and my Bestest friends grand-daughter/son are both due in May . . so i may need it sooner than I thought.

    :0] paula

    now to actually enter in a new post . . LOLOL

  8. I think I am finally in your followers. I thought I did it bvefore, but couldn't findd my pix. Hopefully,Indy's nose will show up in your followerds now.

    Okay, a little about myself:
    1. retired in 2006 after teaching 34 years.
    2. Moved to my husbands hometown 1 month after retirement . . Western New your from Indiana.
    3. I grew up on Grandma's lap while she crocheted. Finally asked to learn when I was in 2nd or 3rd grade.

    \0/ paula
    3. Start

  9. Yes . . ye link should lead here.

    You are posted in a scrolling marquee . . the picture is of the washcloths . . . will go and check tomake sure it links to your newest post.

    \0/ paula

  10. I started to crochet a couple years ago, although I also learned a basic stitch a couple decades ago - and then forgot it!

  11. I think this baby summer dress is darling: