Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Think Summer Give-Away

I wouldn't want any of my blog friends to fall into the post-holiday blues, so I've decided to do a giveaway with summer in mind.

To me, summer means Door County, which is known for its cherries. When I saw this pink and green yarn, I knew what kind of give-away I wanted to do.
I've assembled some Door County treats and soap -- and who knows how many other little goodies may find their way into this package?
To be in the drawing, just leave a comment on this post. I'll hold it open until 8 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 2, 2017 (!), and then pick a winner.

19 comments:

  1. Such pretty yarn. That certainly WILL chase away any post-Christmas (oh Hanukkah) blues.

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  2. Deb, I love door county. What a lovely thing to do. I have the blues for real. Al left yesterday and Zach leaves today. We had such a fun week as a family together. I am trying to pull myself together. I have some pretty knitting that may help me later. Or I'll just cry my eyes out when I make Zachs' bed and wait for his text that he is safely back in chiapas. We do have the friends moms 90th birthday party to swing by after the airport. It may help chase away my blues.

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  3. How fun! I visited Door County many years ago - a beautiful place. I'll pass on the giveaway since I have more than my fair share of yarn. Good luck to everyone else.

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  4. All of the years we lived in Chicago, I never ever made it to Door County! Sigh.

    That is crazy pretty yarn! If that does not cheer someone up, they are hopeless. :-)

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  5. Count me in. That looks a beautful yarn xx Wishing you a very happy New Year!

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  6. Those cherries are amazing. The ones you sent me are in my fruitcake and in my plum pudding. Delish!!! The yarn is gorgeous. I just treated myself to some of Valerie's since you can't beat her holiday sale prices.

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  7. What a lovely, generous giveaway! And it is cheering to think of someone winning it. Thanks :) xx

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  8. Such beautiful yarn. I also love cherries in the summer. It's one of the things I miss most about living in Oregon. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  9. We always enjoyed summer trips to Door County when living in Wisconsin. Thanks for the chance to win a gift that would be a reminder.

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  10. my kids fond memories of our camping trips in Door County. especially the trip we made to a campground that you had to back pack your supplies in and we had our own little private cove for swimming. your yarn has all the colors of a Door County trip. love it.

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  11. What gorgeous yarn and a wonderful give-away. We visited Door County a number of years ago...I'm still itching to go back. It is a beautiful place for sure.

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  12. That yarn is scrumptious looking!! I usually fall into the holiday blues on New Year's Day for some reason. Maybe because I take down the tree. Who knows! This year, I will make a run to B & N for a bit - to cheer myself up - and then hit the grocery store - be still my heart! And hopefully the blues will take a run for the hills!

    Linda in VA

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  14. My youngest learned to walk in Door County. Wonderful times there. That color way is stunning! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. We lived in Door County for 13 years. It was fun getting to know our new County! We enjoyed being tour guides for visiting family and friends. The yarn store in Sturgeon Bay was a favorite stop. And your give away yarn is gorgeous! Happy new year.

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  16. How fun! Door County is a great place to visit, even if you're as far away as we are.

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  17. I have been missing here in blogland, so glad I hopped in to visit in time. You know I love Door Co!

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  18. What a great idea!!!! Door County is most definitely on my bucket list....Door County, gorgeous yarn....and CHERRIES!!! eep!!! The trifecta.

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