Its the Grand bunnymuff Giveaway – Day Six! Last Day! That means no more free patterns. I means a free book of patterns… and a bonus giveaway to all. To enter answer Lumpy’s question in the comment section.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FINAL WINNERS of Urban Knits e-book- (today, there were 3!!)- TempusMori, John, and Lynn
Alas, this is our last day. On the morrow, I leave for a new adventure…
I leave you with an exciting collection of patterns, Urban Knits: A very plucky book of gifts, inspired by my favorite places to visit: cities! And for everyone who participated…please, you are all welcome to download a free pattern of myself, Lumpy, with coupon code “Bon Voyage” in the bunnymuff Ravelry shop. This has been so much fun and getting a little glimpse of the great things about you all!
Many thanks and much aloha!!
(coupon is good, today and through the end of day Pac. time 8 Nov.)
The last question is:
If you could board a ship, the Lune de Bazaruto, tomorrow and pick any location in the world for us to go knit some of bunnymuff’s patterns, where would it be? And what food and/or drink would you take?
bunnymuff designs can be worn anywhere; the new classic knit. Drawing from the forms around us and the shapes that please us, bunnymuff strives to create engaging patterns both beautiful and functional.
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NOTE TO ALL WINNERS: If you win (and big congrats on that!) please contact bunnymuff (aka mona8pi) on ravelry. Then she can get you your free book. 🙂
The 2 winners of the bunnymuff book, From Paris, WIth Love are: Lindaran and Misspennylane!
Don’t forget to check the winners circle and send me a Rav. message to claim your prize!
Thank you! Of all the days to make a typo on my email address….
Thank you! Thank you! I’ve never been to Paris; perhaps this will inspire me!
The archipelago of Bazaruto would be just lovely … and I bring oatmeal with brown sugar and butter … alternating with the fresh seafood available there. Of course, facing a winter in Chicago, I’d take the oatmeal anywhere on the equator and be happy! Thanks for running this give-away. I just found this site two days ago, looking for knitting sheath information.
AH, I really like fresh seafood!
Thanks to Jenn for her great job at running Roving Crafters I am but an humble guest. I never knew aobut sheath knitting-very interesting! I can see how it may make knitting go really fast.
I feel like we can take the ship anywhere we like…I am fascinated by the igloos of Kakslauttanen. I would really like a visit to Finland, Finland, Finland, and I think those are all temperature appropriate yummies!
I recently watched a document where those igloos were shown. They are amazing and the night sky there was so beautiful to watch.
New Zealand or the Hebrides Islands. Champagne, of course, and chocolate.
Fabulous and deliscious!
I would go to New Zealand! I was there this past May and absolutely loved it! And it is certainly a knitter’s paradise with all the sheep!
Oops, I forgot about the food part of the question. I would bring anything I could carry. I’m definitely NOT a picky eater, and it shows!
The home of the blue fairy penuin…I have been wanting to go there for some time!