Thursday, October 1, 2009


I'm having my third giveaway!
Some of you may wonder why?

Why would I just give away a cashmere necklet
with handknitted wool brooch?

There are many reasons that I like to do giveaways.
Firstly, and most obviously, it increases traffic to
my blog (let's be honest!).
Secondly, if you're wearing one of my creations someone
may like it and ask where you bought it (exposure).
Third, I really love the thought that one of
my creations is keeping someone cozy and chic!
I have so many handmade creations that I can afford
to give away one every few weeks for free!

This necklet is handknitted from 100% cashmere
from a Scottish cashmere mill. The detachable brooch
has handknitted leaves from all types of wool and other
yarns. The necklet is made to fit a smallish neck -
probably one between 10 and 12 inches.

All you have to do to enter my giveaway is:

1) Be a follower and leave a comment below
2) If you have a blog, include a link to my shop
in your blog.

That's all! Good luck. I will draw the winner from
a hat next Friday October 9th).


  1. yay - finally someone who knits in cashmere!

  2. Wow, beautiful neckpiece, but all I can think of is all your hard work! And then to give it away...

  3. So very beautiful! But all your work is!! Off to make a posting about this lovely work!

  4. your work is gorgeous! discovered you on WondrousStrange blog and couldn't resist!!

  5. What a glorious piece, I'd have to plan an outfit around it. I just found your Etsy site this weekend looking for brooches to spruce up my fall wardrobe, you'll be seeing more of me :)

  6. Thanks to all of you who entered this giveaway! The winner was picked from a hat by my son this evening - Wondrous Strange, you won the necklet! Congratulations.

    I will be posting a featured artist article very soon - MakenaLei Designs. Keep an eye out for this - her work is lovely.

    Thanks again to all entrants. Shirley

  7. I am so excited about winning the necklace!! Can't wait to wear and get those complements from my friends! Thanks so much Shirley!!