Competition Free Giveaway

Autumn Giveaway. (UK only)

Crochet hooks, yarn, stitch markers and pin cushion

Open now and finishes 15th October 2019

Due to some people not being able to comment on post I have changed the entry requirements. Just follow us on Insta and tag some friends. Register your entry on the Rafflecopter link below. If youre not on Insta just leave a comment and I will add you to the list of entries! If you have entered already leave it with me.

Would you like the chance to win these crochet goodies? 1 ball of James C Brett’s Northern Lights (one ball-one shawl) DK Yarn, a set of stitch markers, 2 rose gold crochet hooks ( one topped with real Amethyst) . 2 bamboo hooks and needle saver/ pincushion.

To celebrate my favourite time of the year I am giving away this set of lovely crochet goodies in my free crochet giveaway. If you would like the chance to win just tag some friends on Instagram.

James C Brett Northern Lights Yarn
James C Brett Northern Lights Yarn
Crochet hooks, pink with amethyst crystal
Rose Gold Hooks with Amethyst Crystal
Crochet stitch markers
Cute stitch markers

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(4) Comments

  1. Mikala Jay says:

    Crisp leaves, cosy sweaters, open fires, hot chocolate & long country walks .

  2. Laura Carpenter says:

    The smell of frost, conkers, a knitted jumper, hot mulled cider.

  3. I love the changing colours in the trees, orange, yellow, browns. The crisp dewy mornings. The way nature starts to hibernate.

  4. Lynn Neal says:

    Long walk, muddy wellies, a nip in the air and a bowl of steaming soup!

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