Without Valentine’s Day, February would be… well, January. – Jim Gaffigan
So true Jim. February won’t be February without a mention of Valentines Day, and here at crocheTime, I’m jumping on the bandwagon by giving away a Valentines Day gift to a lucky reader.
To say a HUGE thank you to everyone who follow me and my hooky ways, I’m giving away this set of flowery brooches.
All you have to do is subscribe to the blog by midnight GMT 13 February. As easy as that!
You can subscribe by going to the top right hand side of the page and enter your email address where it says “Click to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 80 other followers”.
The 80 followers I already have, will also be entered into the draw.
I’ll be using the www.random.org random number generator to select the lucky blog subscriber. I’ll post the result on Valentines Day on the blog and the Facebook page.
Good luck hookers!
You are an extremely generous person – thank you :0)))
I hope you have a very sweet valentines day :0)
Reblogged this on peggyboo and commented:
crochet flowers and Luuurrve! defo worth taking a look
thank you for giving us that already follow you a chance to win your brooch!! thanks
Its only fair 🙂
Excellent. I get so many compliments when I wear my pink one. People would say “Did you crochet it?” and I’d say, “No, it’s a designer I know who made it!”
Wow, what a nice thing to say. Thanks Gerlene!
What a fab giveaway, being a yarn crafter myself, I know the skill required to make such structural items.
Happy to follow your blog and will keep my fingers crossed.
Que hilo más bonito!! y la rosa preciosa!
Ellorias Boutique said:
Great competition and lovely blog! We look forward to your future posts.
Shannan and Jacqueline
So nice getting to know you. Is that a song title I wonder ? X
It does have a distinct poetic, musical ring to it! Another hidden talent, Lynn! 🙂
Stacey miller said:
What kind of pin style do you use for your brooches?
Hi Stacey. It’s just a regular brooch pin with a flat back. I glue it onto the back of the brooch. I used to glue it straight onto the crochet, but now I glue a circle of felt and then glue the pin onto the felt. It seems to stick better to felt than it does to yarn.
This is the sort of pin I use: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/50-BROOCH-BACKS-BAR-PINS-Safety-Catch-25mm-1-/230625568666?pt=UK_Crafts_JewelleryMaking_GL&hash=item35b25ae79a
Stacey Miller said:
Thank you 🙂 I made some items that I want to put pins on and I wasn’t sure what to use. Very helpful 🙂
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Gesina le Roux said:
Eks mal oor hekel – het altyd toe ek jonk was maar toe het die tyd te min geraak ek het nou weer meer tyd en is baie opgewonde en het baie planne wat ek nog wil deurvoer – baie dankie vir jou blad