Thursday, March 12, 2009
The day has come , its time to announce the winner and send her (I haven't seen any men around) the tutorial !!!!
We had a total of 24 participants, 3 get double chances to win since they published it on their blog, so its a total 27 (the 3 got additional no 25 to 27).
I asked my hubby to choose a no. between 1 and 27 and he chose 13 (good luck in Jewish tradition...)
So the winner is "Unni Strand said...
I would love to win your tutorial for our leading knitter at work! Maybe that could convince her to start blogging too!
I love the look of your pomegranates!
March 6, 2009 7:21 PM "
Congratulation for winning my pom tutorial, it will e sent to you by mail.
Thank you all for participating and I hope to see you all when I do another giveaway.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
My first give away is on its way !!
I offer you to win my popular tutorial : "how to knit my stunning poms", just imagine yourself making a pom and a second one, showing all your friends and family your latest find, giving poms as presents to people you love.
According to many ancient cultures the pomegranate symbolizes abundance, fertility and good luck, what makes it the perfect gift at all times....
So - if you want to participate leave a comment and if you like join the followers of my blog, if you are already a follower just leave a comment.
if you enter a link on your blog your chances are doubled !!!!!!!
the winner will be announced in a week time on Wednesday March 11th.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
My Provencals Pears were created both as a gesture to the fauvism and my yearning for some far away smells.
It was just another rainy homish Saturday (not many of these... where I come from) that I decided to try and form a pear naturally based on my many poms studies.
The first one turned out too fat but showed some potential , with the second I was already very happy, so I couldn't stop and created 2 more with slight modifications. The green was the first the copper second and last bot not least the dark pink one.
The first was sold almost overnight.... couldn't expect a better start.
The pears were knitted using coated copper wire and a crochet needle, its general dimensions are 2"/2"/3.5" (5/5/8cm).