Monday, December 5, 2011

WOOLY WIN - MIGHT BE YOU!

I helped myself to some goodies on Reets' well fed wool shelves.  I have a neat little stack of hand dyed wool to give away.  I'm sure she won't mind. . . Tis The Season you know!  Those pieces are folded in half so are twice as large as they appear.     Nearly 3/8 of a yard total.   Then i just tossed in that vintage button card from Auntie Em...Reets has plenty of them too and they just went so nicely with the woolies!    Last week our winner was drawn from our followers but this week we will  draw from  those of you that leave a comment  to this particular post.   Good Luck!  Your friend Woolbert
Details below.

TO WIN:  Leave a comment to this post only.  Tell Woolbert why you would love to have
this hand dyed wool. . . even if it is just to look at it!  Really, your answer has nothing to do
with winning, it's just more fun.   We will put all of the numbers of the comments into the hat
and draw a winner.  If you are not a member of FriendConnect, it helps to leave a contact.
Otherwise watch on December 9 for the comment number that won.
Deadline:  We must receieve your comment to THIS post by midnight Thurs., Dec. 8.

49 comments:

  1. Whoa...I'm first! I would love to have this hand dyed wool because I love those colors. And because I love wool, period!

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  2. I'd love to win! I've got a Christmas project with some wool stockings that they would be perfect for! BTW, I have two Reet's original dolls that my dad got me from a shop in Eureka a long time ago that I still just love! :-)

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  3. This would be a perfect gift to give a friend of mine who love to work with wool. I personally don't work with wool because I am allergic to it, but my good friend does and I would love to give her the "unexpected" gift.

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  4. THese colors are beautiful. I would love to win this drawing. Thank you, Dee

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  5. Oh Woolbert.... you are so sweet! I can't decide which I like better.... white sheep roaming on a grassy field, or piles of wool squares on my cupboard shelves?

    Janet sunflowerseastar@hotmail.com

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  6. Good choices, Woolbert! You are doing a good job weeding out Rita's shelves. I would love to add them to mine.

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  7. WOOL! I love your scent, your texture, your shyness and your ability to turn any idea into something so lovely and durable.

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  8. Wow, this wool looks lovely! I have been making some pincushions and would use it in those. Thanks for the opportunity to win some.

    Lynn at Etsy seller - - Lynnslittleshop

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  9. I love the soothing colors of the Wool!

    marcia, mfitten@yahoo.com

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  10. I'm going to learn how to applique wool next year. These would be great in my stash!

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  11. Cathy at izzybkap@yahoo.comDecember 6, 2011 at 10:41 AM

    Wool!!! Wool!!! Can't get enough wool!!! Just began to use wool and felted wool!!! Thrift store sweaters are hiding from me!!! Need more wool!!!

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  12. Just lurve wool... ornaments, doll hats, clothes, and so many delicious things. Happy Woolidays to you! Mary Ann S.

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  13. Yes ma'am, I would love to have this wool. Why!? because; 1. it's beautiful!
    2. I've never worked with hand=dyed wool.
    3. it's beautiful
    4. I want to make stuff
    5. it's beautiful! ;)
    Desi

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  14. Baa-Baa Woolbert have you any wool?
    Yes Sir, Yes Sir
    Sure I do...
    Some for the shelves and some to sell
    And some for mamabug who'd be happy as _ell :)
    I would love the wool, Thank you

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  15. Woolbert,

    I love wool and I love anything free. so, what could be better than free wool? Plus, it's very pretty wool!

    Sandy H.

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  16. I love all your patterns and wools. And would love to add these delicious colors to my stash!

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  17. I would love to win these beautiful wools. Everytime you visit Portland, OR for a show I purchase one of your patterns. With the fabrics and the patterns that I already have, I could create something beautiful and fun! I love your creations.

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  18. I recently bought one of your patterns and these would work really well in making it. I'm new to making non-clothes in wool but I love it so having more would be great. I've been working at creating a 3-dimensional flower and that red would be perfect. Sandy

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  19. please, please, please pick me! :-) it IS the season, right??

    wonderful, fabulous giveaway.

    many blessings,
    spencer

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  20. BEE-EWE-TEE-FUL wool, thanks for offering!!


    mary (m_calton@yahoo.com)

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  21. Ohhhhh I love wool...and have at least 20 projects on my to do list!! I could easily put this wool to use! thanks for the chance to win it!!
    Paulette

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  22. Oh, my my!! The hand-dyed wool is scrumptious!! And....the vintage button card is so cheery!! Thank you for the fun drawings!! Merry, merry Christmas!!
    Mary Jean

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  23. Love the wool made several projects, great keepsakes

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  24. I'd love to win, cause the colors are just so happy looking.

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  25. I have stacks of wool - it makes me happy. I don't know why, but it does.

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  26. Love the look of wool applique. Would like to try it. Great colors.

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  27. I love working with wool. I have made so many things with it and purchased alot of it from you. Thank you very much for sharing you products and knowledge with the wool lovers out there

    Debb

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  28. I'd love to win. The colours are beautiful and the buttons are so cute.

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  29. Lovely giveaway and I would love to learn something new with these beautiful colors!

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  30. I love the wool!! And vintage anything is the best! Thank you for the great giveaway and Happy Holidays to you. Kaye G.

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  31. Oh Woolbert...make my dreams of wool come true..it's hard to come by down here in Arkansas...I have seen sooo many cute things made with your fluffy soft stuff!!! Might I try my hand with your hand dyed woolies???

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  32. Something about working with wool is so wonderful, love the colours you are offering.
    Happy Holidays.

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  33. I have a Passion for wool.... It's so comforting to me.

    Darlene.
    Darlene.shinn@gmail.com

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  34. I would like Woolbert to come live at my house for a while. He is so adorable!
    The wools are scrumptious colors--I envision pomegranates, pears, plums, pumpkins, and vines.

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  35. Ooh, I'd love to have these beautiful wools to pet and admire... and I'd lavish attention on the delightful buttons, too!

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  36. Definitely need more ME-TIME in the New Year...

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  37. I love your whimsical patterns and have many that could be stitched out in the lovely wool. Your patterns are truly unique, there is nothing else on the market like them.
    Creative Edge Quilting and Sewing
    604-982-0088

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  38. There is nothing like working on a wool project to calm the spirit during this hectic time of year.

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  39. cathybachmann@yahoo.comDecember 7, 2011 at 11:08 AM

    I love working with wool because of the wonderful texture and feel and how great the project looks when all done.

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  40. I am making needle cases/Hussif for my friends in our sewing circle. The wool is perfect for these cases and wonderful to feel and look at while using. Reets hand dyed wool is beautiful. I love stopping by your booth at all the quilt shows that I attend.
    Tenna

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  41. I sewed for many years and never thought about wool. Then I discovered penny rugs and items made out of felted wool. I'm hooked. When I saw this give away and the colors of the wool, I thought of a crazy quilt penny rug runner I want to make out of wool. Yeah, this would be "sweet"!

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  42. These wool shades are so rich!! And I love your designs!! Annie L.

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  43. Love the wools.....I am sure I would drool over them for a bit , but then find their way into a wool applique project. I love your patterns, and have done many of them!
    christine

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  44. kathy B - washingtonDecember 7, 2011 at 7:02 PM

    wooly is so cute!, but I love your patterns and your beautiful wools more. Cool!.

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  45. Oh Woolbert, you've picked my favorite colors, red purple, green and gold!

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  46. Love your dyed wool..I have purchased "many" pieces and just can't get enough of it!!!

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  47. Because reets has the best dyed wool on the planet!

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  48. I would love to win this wooly bundle! I would use it on some holiday ornaments and in my mushroom house project.
    Thanks!
    Janet Wilson

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