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Crochet Pattern Giveaway

This week I will be giving away a copy of my newly released crochet pattern, Pink Petals Newborn Bonnet!  Thank you to all of my fans and customers for all of your sweet emails, encouragement and support!!  This giveaway starts on Tuesday, September 11 and ends Tuesday, September 18.

Ends Tuesday  September 18 at 10:00 a.m. MST

Become a follower on facebook.  Leave a message here on my blog to let me know you became a follower.  Please include an email address in your comment.
If you have already purchased this pattern from me, you can still enter the contest and choose a different pattern to be emailed to you.  Feel free to email me with questions.
Good Luck Everyone!


  1. Already a fan on Facebook! Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. um, SO CUTE! I would love to win it :) I liked your page on FB a while ago...


  3. Would love to win. looks like a great pattern.

  4. I am a follower. :) Thanks for the opportunity.

  5. I L-O-V-E your patterns and would L-O-V-E to win this one! As a grandma I have three pretty little girls to crochet for and to someday teach them how to crochet with me.

    Wish me luck!

    Julie Marden:)

  6. I have purchased your patterns in the past....I was SOOOO happy to find you on Facebook!! Love being able to 'keep up'! Your designs are beautiful!

  7. I already follow you on Facebook and I LOVE your patterns. Please enter me for this contest!

  8. Been a long time fan! :)

  9. Already a fan on Facebook as hana clay

    Thanks for the giveaway! ^^

  10. I liked your Facebook Page - Jessie Smith

  11. follower :)

  12. I'm a follower on facebook! My facebook name is Agnieszka Insińska

  13. Already a FB follower! = ) *fingers crossed*

  14. I'm a follower on facebook! Dawn L. Young

    I also just bought your curly top hat that I can not wait to get started on!!

  15. I follow on FB!
    ambre.sautter at gmail dot com

  16. I'm following you on facebook, just used your skunk pattern and LOVE it!!

  17. I am following you on facebook, I LOVE your designs, especially the owl one.

  18. I like on Facebook

    Facebook - Kirsty Fox
    Email - robertfox24[at]aol[dot]com

  19. I am a follower on facebook! Thanks for the giveaway.

    frugalmomof2 at yahoo dot com

  20. so, so cute! we have 3 expectant mommies in our family so I will put those to good use! I am now following you on face book. thank you for a beautiful blog. you are very talented

  21. I am a fan on facebook!
    aprile.mazey (at)


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