Happy first Advent friends!
I hope you get some time today to enjoy a little slow-motion. Maybe put a few decorations up, sit by the fire sipping a nice cup of something and doing some crafting.
After the very cold weather these past few days, today is a gloomy day…perfect for staying indoors with my current project and spending some time telling you about my gifting plan for you over the next 4 Advent Sunday’s.
This year has seen some up’s and also quite a few down’s and it has been quite challenging at times. I am not one for broadcasting my personal life on social media, I don’t think it’s the right place for that. There is already so much doom and gloom being spread, so no need for me to add to that. This little space still gives me joy, and as a little thank you for all your support during this year I have decided to gift a little something every Advent Sunday.
Starting today with the latest Sticka book and some beautiful Hampshire DK yarn by the Little Grey Sheep…
…packed full of stories, recipes and of course fabulous patterns, this latest instalment of the Sticka book series is just the thing for keeping you company during long and dark winter evenings. I have two copies and two hanks of gorgeous Hampshire DK to give-away…
This fabulous new yarn from The Little Grey Sheep is another truly British yarn. With a passion for all things woolly the team have worked with Hampshire farmers to produce a scrumptious lofty yarn. Utilising their own fine wool shorter fibres, along with some of their neighbours, this woollen spun yarn has real heritage. Sheared by Susie and selected for softness and colour, washed and spun in Yorkshire, and still hand dyed by Emma back at The Little Grey Sheep HQ, Hampshire DK showcases all the best of British.
sticka 2 plus hampshire dk in misty eyes
sticka 2 plus hampshire dk in natural grey
Each hank is 100g – 230m and uses 4-5mm needles
If you would like to win one of these, here is what you need to do:
- subscribe to Made with Loops Newsletter
- tell me what you would make with the yarn if you should win
- let me know which colour you would prefer to win
This give-away is open to UK and European readers only due to postage costs (I know you will understand), and the winner will be drawn next Sunday when the new give-away will be announced.
Good luck to you all!