Twinkle Twinkle Knit-A-Long

Helen —  February 24, 2013 — 5 Comments

If you’ve bought the Twinkle Twinkle Blanket pattern and are starting to knit it now I have started a knit-a-long (KAL) over on the Curious Handmade forum on Ravelry.

We have just completed the first week of four so there is still plenty of time to join in. There are tips and encouragement, and as an extra incentive I’ve raided my stash today for some fabulous prizes. When you have finished your Twinkle you post a photo of your project in the prize thread by 15 March. I will then draw three winners using a random number generator. Be in it to win:

A gorgeous skein of much coveted Wollmeise 100% Merino Superwash in colourway Himbeere. It is much much pinker than my dodgy photo suggests. Its a very beautiful hot pink colour.


A skein of stunning hand dyed Posh Yarn Gretchen 4ply, 55% superwash BFL, 45% silk in the colourway Dieppe. Again my picture doesn’t really do it justice – this colour is really a bit lighter than the photo.


And finally a fun little package of ribbons and buttons with a bit of a UK theme, including a gorgeous handmade button in a heart shape with a Union Jack motif on it from Gill Oakley’s Stone Hens Ceramics from Wales, some cute ribbon with a collection of London icons printed on it and other lovely little goodies.


5 responses to Twinkle Twinkle Knit-A-Long

  1. I am enjoying the KAL. I am a bit behind, but should catch up soon. LOVE the prizes, and am hopeful!!!! Thanks for a truly beautiful pattern!!

  2. Live those colours! Wish I could knit!!

  3. Thrilled and astonished to see one of my hand made buttons in your prize bundle!
    I hope to meet lots of button and wool fans at this years Wonderwool at the end of April, and my new e commerce website should also be up and running in April.
    Best wishes,

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