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Oregon Woodworker Mama Bear Plus Swift Giveaway

To finish off the week, we have a big, fat, beautiful prize from the Oregon Woodworker.

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It's a Mama Bear™ PLUS Handcrafted Yarn Swift™ and we're throwing in a Twist Collective pattern of your choice. Due to the size and weight of the swift, this prize can only be sent to US and Canadian addresses. We're sorry about this, but don't worry, there will be more worldwide prizes up for grabs next week!

 

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In order to enter, write us a haiku including the word "swift" in the ravelry thread about this prize! Deadline is the end of today (Friday).

Twist Style Friday Double Feature: Floriston and Cayley

Every Friday we feature one of the garments from the magazine in a post about styling. We suggest different ways to wear the garment in question using mock-ups from Polyvore. We encourage readers to tell us what they think about these outfits via our Facebook page or Twitter, and if folks want to make their own outfits, please tweet them at us with the hashtag #twiststyle. You can find all of the Style Friday posts here.


 


Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have been paying close attention to this blog for the last week or so, and that you continue to; we are giving away so much great stuff (courtesy of our dream team of advertisers). If you haven't gotten in on the action yet - never fear - we have many more amazing prizes to give away. 


If that isn't already making you happy, observe that today's style post is a double feature. If you've been paying close attention to this column, you know that double features mean something pretty exciting. These are the last garments from the Spring/Summer 2013 to be styled, and hopefully next week's style post will feature a garment from the forthcoming Fall 2013, fifth anniversary issue. It's a beaut, folks. Just you wait.


Not to diminish the loveliness of the stuff in our current issue; take a gander at these lovelies, for example.

 

Cayley

Floriston

 

Let's look at Cayley first. This top is sweet and cozy. I often want to contrast sweetness with something else, but with Cayley, I just wanted to revel in the sugary a little bit.

three outfits

Adorable, right?

Floriston's shape is perfect to pair with full skirts, but that isn't the only thing she plays well with. She's polished and pretty in any situation. Check it out.

two outfits with pants

 

three more

 

How will you wear Cayley? What about Floriston?

See you next week!! Happy Twistiversary everyone!!

 

 

Open Road Media E-book Giveaway

Okay, twisters! Today we have FIVE prizes! Open Road Media gave us five fantastic, fibery goodness e-books to give out, including one from a regular twist collective contributor!

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And here they are:

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Vintage Baby Knits by Kristen Rengren

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Knitting for Baby: 30 Heirloom Projects with Complete How-to-Knit Instructions
by Kristin Nicholas and Melanie Falick

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AlterKnits Felt by Leigh Radford

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Kata Golda's Hand-Stitched Felt by Kata Golda

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Knit 2 Together: Patterns and Stories for Serious Knitting Fun
by Tracey Ullman and Mel Clark

You can enter by commenting on today's facebook post, and/or in the ravelry thread

Madelinetosh Giveaway

I reached my arm into the (virtual) goodie bag of giveaways and today I pulled out some gorgeous yarn donated by

 

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Check out Madelinetosh on their website and on Twitter. The prize includes a 2 amazing hand-dyed hanks of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light in Lapis and Twist Collective pattern of choice. 

 

Madelinetosh prize

 

This giveaway is on facebook, so log in, like our page, if you don't already, and leave a comment on today's post including the word "blue". We know we have the most creative readers around so we can't wait to see what you'll tell us! Do it by the end of today (Wednesday), and we will draw one lucky winner before the end of the week!

 

Just for fun here are some of the pretty, pretty patterns that have used Madelinetosh yarns in the past:

 

Madelinetosh patterns

Morisot, Hosta, Raina, Blair, Promenade, Low Tide Ripples, Cambridge Cables

Dragonfly Fibers giveaway

Happy Tuesday!

Welcome to another day of our epic Twistaversary celebration. Today, we celebrate by giving away more awesome stuff.

 

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Today's giveaway is brought to you by Dragonfly fibers. You can find their lovely yarns on their website as well as Ravelry, Facebook and Twitter. The prize includes a gorgeous hand-dyed skein of Dragonfly Fibers Pixie yarn in Antique Rose, a bar of lovely Dragonfly Wings solid lotion, a super cute Dragonfly button, and a free download of Glenna C's beautiful sock pattern, Quo Vadis.

 

Prize!

 

This giveaway is on Ravelry, so log in, join our group, if you aren't part of it already, and join the conversation about why we love hand-dyed yarn. Join in by the end of tomorrow (Wednesday), and we will draw one lucky winner before the end of the week!

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