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6 Weeks of Gifting and Giveaways | Week #2




First, I would like to thank so much everyone for participation and your kind words. It’s just made my week to read all your wonderful and sweet comments. I met so many amazingly talented artists and made new friends!

… And now is time to name a Winner!

so, the Winner of Giveaway#1 is ….. Heather Conn (comment #47)! My congratulations Heather! I’ll contact you shortly!




Oh my, this post was written and scheduled around Thursday afternoon, and to be honest, it was a challenge to wait until today… But it’s a Monday already, yay! Just please do not tell me that you hate Mondays ;o)

This week I would love to offer you recently released and one of my new favorite Dream Catcher Blanket pattern.

Dream Catcher MAIN

Dream Catcher

On a wonderful and cool night or day, feel warmth and love when you wrap your special little boy in this stylish Dream Catcher Blanket! Give your boy a soft snuggly hug with this very first piece from the boy’s collection. As he falls into a gentle slumber, may his bad dreams get tangled in the blanket’s intricate basket-weave design, and his good dreams softly slip through. While promising a peaceful bedtime, this blanket’s versatility allows it to make a stylish, fashion-forward addition to your nursery or home décor.

Crochet with gorgeous merino wool yarn for cold days, or use any yarn weights for other seasons and occasions. Make an equally stunning blanket in colors of your choice! Because the blanket size is so easily adjusted, make it a baby blankie, a king-size comforter, bedspread or a stylish scarf for yourself by working first 23-33 rows of stitch pattern. Experiment with two different designs of border stitch patterns – as in the featured white blanket – and easily apply them to any custom-sized pieces without any adjustments and recalculating. Even more, work only first 6 rounds of white blanket’s border to get a third option of different looking and fun border!

Please click HERE for pattern details.

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This pattern is available to download for free from now until November 29th, 2015 at 11:59 pm PST.



And now, it’s a GIVEAWAY time!! The “theme” is craft treasures! I am a big fan of great and smart supplies for knitting and crocheting and so excited to offer you some too!



So, giveaway#2 is for:

1. Tulip “Classic 1″ Crochet Hook Set from Japan

I always loved stainless steel hooks by Tulip with golden hook point, but I can’t tell you how I was excited to discover Tulip Classic Crochet Hook Sets!

It doesn’t get any more portable than this! This cute 7-piece crochet hook set is perfect for one’s handbag, car, or yarn basket. Or your back pocket.

This is the most compact of the four crochet hook sets in the Classic series. This series is not well known in the USA, but is a long time favorite in Japan. Set contains:

  • 4 Crochet Hooks in 5 sizes: 1 double ended steel crochet hook (1.80 mm at one end and 2.00 mm at the other), 3 aluminum crochet hooks (2.50 mm This size fills a gap between US sizes B/1 (2.25 mm) and C/2 (2.75 mm), E/4 (3.5 mm) and H/8 (5 mm))
  • Yarn Needles in 2 sizes
  • Ruler
  • Soft vinyl case that opens like a small book, and snaps closed. Each crochet hook has its own slot. Measures 1.5″ x 5.75″ and is .25″ thick when closed.


classic1 Tulip


2. Two Snail Tape Measures with Key Chain (because own one tape measure is never enough …and these two just looks so happy together ;o))

  • One Blue and one Green
  • Measuring Range: 0 – 40 inch (0 – 1m)


3. Imagical Seasons* Multipurpose Bag

I’ve just got these bags couple days ago and I absolutely love them! These are perfect for travel, work perfectly as cosmetic & makeup organizer, but main use I planned for them is using it for little craft projects: amenity pouch holds up to 5 ball of yarn, 3 sleeves are just perfect for crochet hooks, needles, scissors, etc. and inner zippered pocket is great place to hold stitch markers or tapestry needles. Also this bag can be used as organizer for hooks and circular needles, tiny yarn leftover or swatches… oh well, you name it! And, BTW – just in time for holidays, with every purchase of Imagical Seasons Crochet pattern books (please see details below) you will receive Imagical Seasons Multipurpose Bag as a gift!

  • Size: 13 ” x 8.75 ” x 4 “
  • Case includes:

Imagical Seasons Bag


Each person is allowed to enter up to 3 times as follows:

  • Mandatory entry. Please tell us what is your favorite crochet hook/knitting needles size, or just leave any comment here, on this blog—no any obligations… ;o).
  • Optional Entry #2. Blog about this giveaway, linking to this post and leave another comment to this post with link to your blog post.
  • Optional Entry #3. Share this post on any of your accounts: Google+, Facebook, Ravelry, twitter, yahoo… etc and leave another comment here.


  • This giveaway starts today, November 23th and will end Sunday, November 29th, 2015 at 11:59 pm PST.
  • I’ll select the winners with random.org’s random number generator and I’ll notify the Winners by email on Monday, November 30th.


* If you new to my blog and wonder what Imagical Seasons means and did not hear about my two new crochet patterns books Imagical Seasons: Crochet Couture for Kids 2-12 books just published couple months ago, please visit ImagicalSeasons.com to find all the info and details. If you scroll down Home page you will locate some amazing deals just in time for holidays!


ImagicalSeasons Spring & Summer


And below is a little sneak peek what you will find inside of each book…

Imagical Seasons: Spring, Vol. 01; Crochet Couture for Kids 2-12:


Imagical Seasons: Summer, Vol. 02; Crochet Couture for Kids 2-12:

Summer Gallery

Oh, and may I ask you a favor? Would you please consider sharing Imagical Seasons book series in social media? It’s super easy. On ImagicalSeasons.com, on Home and You Made This! pages is a widget bar like this:

Imagical Seasons

Just click on any of them to share in social media. Thank you! xoxo, Alla



To enjoy more holiday deals, please visit my Etsy, Ravelry, Amazon and ImagicalSeasons.com stores!!

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116 Responses to 6 Weeks of Gifting and Giveaways | Week #2

  1. 1
    Loretta says:

    Hi I am from the states but live in Mexico such beautifull,patterns thank you hope I get one of the awesome giveaways .

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    Barbara says:

    I just found you today. Your patterns are beautiful. I general crochet with size F & G. Susan Bates. Knit I like 17 circular Quicksilver. I have always crochet & knitted for fun and some family. Since I am retired I am now doing more and working to sell some of my projects. I am looking forward to your giveaways.

    Thank you

    I have been trying to download your week 1 pattern. I is 11:32 am on 11-23-15 Central Time USA. Did I misunderstand something I thought it went till midnight? It could be me….hahaha

    Thank you

    • Alla says:

      Hi Barbara,

      Thank you so much for your kind of words and nice to meet you! Oh my – no, it’s just me – I just noticed that did a typo with date. I meant November, 22th. Anyways, I’ll email your pattern right away!

      • Barbara says:

        You are to kind. I have shared on Facebook so my friends can enjoy you 6 weeks of gifts and patterns. Thank you so much. I look forward to the coming weeks

  3. 3
    Anabel Carcana says:

    Hello Darling, I want to thank you for the 6 weeks of Gifting and Giving …. I so appreciate the free patterns and look forward to next’s week. My favorite crochet hook is the H, it seems to be called for a lot of patterns so I use it the most. Cool giveaway, good luck to all and me too !!

  4. 4
    Sandra says:

    Oh my! I wish you knew how much I love your designs. I have a two year old Grandaughter & I have spent hours looking at your patterns. You do beautiful work! Oh, my favorite crochet hook size, or at least the one I use most is an I. Thank you & Happy Thanksgiving.


  5. 5
    Sandra says:

    It’s me again. I want to let you know I shared this on my Facebook page so all my friends could enjoy all your beautiful designs too.


  6. 6
    Leslie says:

    gorgeous blanket, thanks so much for the pattern! Super awesome give away this week!! :)

  7. 7
    Leslie says:

    whoops! I love the good ol’ H hook!

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    Judy Orrego says:

    OMG i can’t believe that dream catcher blanket is available for free download !!! ♡♡♡

  9. 9
    Wendy says:

    Love your patterns I’m new to crochet , love 4.5 mm or 6.5 mm hook

  10. 10
    Mary from Australia says:

    Thanks, So much, Alla…..so generous! I like the Scarf idea!

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    Diane Higbie says:

    Love this contest. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Rachel says:

    My favorite crochet hooks are the Susan Bates Silvalume (mine are an older set) and the Clover Amour. Thank you so much for the beautiful patterns and the fun giveaways!

    • Rachel says:

      Oops! Just re-read the entry and I guess you want size not brand. I like using an H or an I crochet hook with worsted yarn and a 9.00mm hook with bulky yarn.

  13. 13
    Olga Torres says:

    A friend posted a link and so glad she did. Such beautiful work. Hope I am able to crochet the pattern and have it come out just as beautiful.
    thank you

  14. 14
    Rachel says:

    Added the pattern to my favorites in my Ravelry account.

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    BrieTheStitchWitch says:

    I cannot wait to try out the Dream Catcher pattern. My friend is due in the spring and I plan on gifting it to her.

    My go to hooks are my H and my G, but my favorite is my first hook, my vintage Boye I hook.

  16. 16
    Shelley Cooper says:

    I just love all your patterns! Your designs are so beautiful. My favorite hook size is an E or F and I can’t believe how generous your giveaways are! Good luck to all :)

  17. 17
    Amanda Jowers says:

    I actually like the Crochet Lite hooks. But I always try and keep an extra set of hooks in my purse. Those little snails are just darling! Thanks for the giveaways and especially the patterns. We’re all winners already! :)

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    Marcia A Calhoun says:

    I love that blanket! I think I would have to say that either H or I would have to be my favorite hook to use.

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    Darlene P. says:

    Thank you so much for the Dream Catcher Blanket pattern. It is magically beautiful!! And thank you for hosting this giveaway!!! I used to have a favorite hook size, but as of late, I find I most often must use whatever hook is called for in the pattern project I’m working on. And truely the type of project also seems to dictate such as earrings, amigurumi, and hats. And, again, thank you so much for your generosity in holding the 6 weeks of gifting and giveaways!!!!

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    Marie says:

    Hi Alla,
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful blanket pattern. To answer your question…my favorite hook is the one I’m using at the moment! Ha! But I’ll say 4.0mm…and hope the other hooks don’t get jealous ;-)

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    Aditi says:

    Thank you so much for hosting this awesome event. My favorite crochet hook is H. Most of the kids patterns ask for hook size H.

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    Novi says:

    Saved and favorited the pattern on rav :D shared this post on fb and twitter. Oh my fav hook is B2 (2.5mm) coz in Indonesia, it’s fit with our cotton yarn which common weight is fingering.

  23. 23
    Kym Harmon says:

    Good Morning. I live in the states and I love this pattern! My favorite hook is H and have pinned this on my board. Thank you so much for the free patterns!

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    Royce says:

    This is such a wonderful giveaway.
    It is so sad that i missed the first one.Better late than never and I am really glad that I am here on time for this week’s giveaway.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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    Kathleen Mccarthy says:

    Thank you!

  26. 26
    Celia says:

    Oh! So so lovely! Thank you, and it is going to my ravelry queue!

  27. 27
    Celia says:

    It also went in to my pinterest. I think I’ll make a shawl out of the blanket.

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    Susan Broughton says:

    I really enjoy your blog and this 6 week giveaway is so generous of you! I started crocheting around 50 years ago when I was 5. My Grandmother taught me how to do doily or filet work but I still consider myself new at learning all the little hacks and short cuts to crocheting. Thanks again and Merry Christmas

  29. 29
    Susan Broughton says:

    I shared your giveaway on my Facebook page here is the link to it: https://www.facebook.com/susanbroughton606/posts/1543839335907095?pnref=story

  30. 30
    Susan Broughton says:

    I shared your giveaway on Twitter here is the link: https://twitter.com/susanelaineb1/status/669171276804718592

  31. 31
    Susan Broughton says:

    I shared your giveaway on Google. Here is the link: https://plus.google.com/u/0/116639673802297284488/posts/buSuspKhCun

  32. 32
    Susan Broughton says:

    I shared your giveaway on Pinteret. Here is link: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/466263367650940796/

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    Tanya Zholud says:

    Good evening! I live in Ukraine . I really like your patterns. Thank you for your creativity and free patterns.

    P.S.Yesterday, one of the first to write a comment , but it was not reflected in the comments . It may be because it was written in my native language ? Google had to use a translator – ) ) )

    • Alla says:

      Таня, добрый день! Очень здорово, что вы присоединились! Странно, не было вашего предыдущего комментария – в, принципе, не имеет значения на каком языке писать. Скорее всего, случился сбой с сайтом, сорьки!

      • Tanya Zholud says:

        Spasibo za teplyj priem !
        i vse-taki sajt ne propuskaet kommentarii ni ukrainskoyu , ni na russkom.
        uzhe v tretij raz teper probuyu na abrakadabre, a vdrug ))))

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    Sara S says:

    Thanks for all the hard work you do. As for my favorite hook, I’ve got to be honest, I love them all. Right now I’m working on a hat that calls for a G, but I’m using an H. Soooo,like so many other crocheters, the crochet hook I’m currently using is my favorite. The H hook. Happy crafting!

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    Katie says:

    Oh thank you! I love this pattern. It’s so generous of you.

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    Shelby says:

    My favorite needle size is probably five. It’s probably because I’ve used it so much recently and its what feels most comfortable in my hand right now. Thanks for the pattern!

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    Cindy W says:

    Thank you so much for the beautiful patterns, I appreciate all the work you do! My favorite hooks are the Clover Amour G and H, I have arthritis so it helps a lot, I have been eyeing the Tulip hooks for awhile though. :) Thanks again!

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    Deborah says:

    I think my favorite hook size would be an H – probably because it was the hook my Nana taught me to crochet with – I have always felt more comfortable with that size. I love the present you are offering this time so beautiful. and thanks for the wonderful patterns.

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    Carol D says:

    Thank you for this opportunity! who doesn’t love a giveaway especially when it involves wonderful tools for the craft we all love!

    I shared on Facebook hereL https://www.facebook.com/groups/6979547797/
    I can’t guarantee the administrators will post, but I tried

    I’ve never had the opportunity to try the Tulip hooks, though I am told they are wonderful…and I KNOW they are widely loved in Japan! Have you seen the absolutely stunning crochet that’s done in Japan? I am so jealous! wish I could do half as beautiful work as I’ve seen done by artists there!

    Thank you for this opportunity!

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    Carol D says:

    I was planning to comment anyhow – but this is number two…

    Thank you for the opportunity to win these beautiful hooks…I’ve never tried them, but would love to.
    Right now, my favorite size – or at least the one I use most often seems to be size H (5.0 mm)

    Have been busy making gifts, decorations and even trying to do a cowl for myself – something I never seem to do! I did a few hats for Chemo caps for a children’s hospital, LOTS of Christmas gifts – and just generally keeping my hands busy. I just wish I could crochet faster! I seem to be slower than anyone I know. and I don’t understand why! My hands feel like they’re flying…but it takes me so long to complete projects that designer says “you can finish this in an hour” – REALLY? how about an hour X 5 or 5 or whatever?
    I don’t know how some of you seem to finish projects so quickly! How can I increase my speed? as it is, after hooking for an hour or two, my whole right arm is aching so badly….Aspercreme and/or BenGay to the rescue!

    Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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    Megan says:

    Thank for the baby blanket pattern! Lots of babies being born in my social circles right now, so new patterns are appreciated. I am fond of H hooks.

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    Danielle Whisenhunt says:

    My favorite is the I Hook…love your patterns!

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    tammy miller says:

    hey y’all my fav hook is a f hook i look for patterns that call for a f hook i love it that much

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    tammy miller says:

    i shared it on facebook with a link back to this post facebook.com/tammy.miller.5454021

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    Sherry says:

    I love the Dreamcatcher Blanket. Thank you for sharing your beautiful pattern.

  46. 46
    Christina Whitney says:

    hi, i just found this site today. what a beautiful blanket design. i can’t wait to try it. i will definitely be sharing on my artist facebook page.

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    Robin says:

    Wonderful can’t wait to see whats next.

  48. 48

    I just added a link to my facebook page

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    And also to my new blog. (had to start a new one because my other one was attached to the wrong email address.

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    suzanne says:

    I am fairly new to crochet so love your inspiration. I have mostly used UK size 4, but would like to try some larger, open patterns to make use of my 5 or even 6.

    Thank you for sharing your patterns, they are lovely.

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    Roxanne from Ohio says:

    My favorite crochet hook is probably a Tulip, size H. But my Tulip hooks aren’t the metal ones like you have in your contest. I haven’t seen ones like those before.

    Thanks for the free pattern!

  52. 52
    Donna B says:

    I love using hook I, and I love your blog site and patterns I recently re-started crocheting again and it’s nice to have such beautiful patterns to follow, so thank you very much.

  53. 53
    Kathryn Magner says:

    Beautiful pattern! Can’t wait to try it!

  54. 54
    Pam Givens says:

    Thank you for sharing!!! I love the pattern :)

  55. 55
    Jennifer nash says:

    Love this blanket wish I had a little to make it for. Hopefully in the future I will. Just joining this giveaway m8ssed last week’s. My favorite hook is the 5mm thank you

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    Penny says:

    I seem to go to f and g hook sizes for most of my work. Love your designs!

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    Sandy R says:

    Thank you for the pattern, it’s lovely and I know just the person to make it for. I seem to use my H (5.0 mm) hook the most often and have 3 of them right now as I tend to stick them inside my WIP until it’s done.

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    Joye says:

    Thank you for the lovely patterns. Have saved it in my library on Ravelry. Looking forward to all the other patterns!

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    Traci Marcotte says:

    Honestly, my favorite hook sizes are L and Q, but I have been known to work in a bit smaller sizes on occasion. :)

    • Traci Marcotte says:

      I should also tell you, I have a case for yarn needles for my keychain (I think it was originally for toothpicks), for stitch holders (the pill fob that wasn’t large enough for yarn needles ;)) and a pocket knife with scissors in it (one of the best gifts I ever got from my husband – other than himself!) Thought you’d get a kick out of that. And I haven’t lost nearly as many yarn needles since getting the keychain!

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    Ali P says:

    I typically use a G hook most. I’ve love my Boye hooks.

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    Ali P says:

    I shared on my FB page as well. Thank you for this great giveaway and beautiful blanket pattern.

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    Amber says:

    i ususally crochet with anything from G to k

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    Bridget Swahlen says:

    Your patterns are beautiful. My go to hook is a “G”, I tend to use it for everything.

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    Kacy says:

    Just found your site/patterns today. they are awesome and look to be very well written and easy to follow. Thank you for the free Week #2. Wish I had seen #1, but…such is life…lol

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    Kimberly says:

    I use G quite a bit.

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    Ayesha says:


    another generous offer xxx lovely downloads too … :) my fav hooks are clover can’t have enough of them …i love all of them hehehe .. u take care Alla

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    Cindy says:

    Oh my goodness! I love your patterns! They are perfect for my 8yr old granddaughter! I crochet a lot and my favorite hook is “G” for yarn and “7” for doilies.

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    T.Raj says:

    Alla, thank you kindly for sharing your creations and for providing giveaways. Both makes one feel like a queen reigning during the 12 days of Christmas in short. I can surely would like to have the right tools and accessories to resume crochet after a long while. I have found the inspiration with your patterns, now I need the tools :). This would make a lovely belated gift for my Birthday or an early Santa Claus gift. Good luck to all and Happy Holidays!

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    Jacki L says:

    My favorite crochet hook size is generally an ‘I’ but I’m beginning to gravitate towards ‘H’ lately.

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    Elaine Benton says:

    I just found out about your lovely patterns . The dream catcher blanket is besutigul. I will download it on ravelrey. Thank you for the chance to win prizes. I love all sizes of hooks. Right no we I would say my favorite hook size is a a 2.5 mm. I live in the U.S.

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    Katia Semeykin says:

    Alla, love all your amazing designs and patterns!
    Thanks for your super gifts!!!
    My favorite crochet hook is c/2 (2,75 mm)))

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    Niki says:

    This contest is great, thank you!
    My fave hook size is a 4mm.

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    Wendi says:

    I love the H hook overall. But lately I have been using a Q hook and I love it!

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    Wendi says:

    I shared this on my facebook page!

    Your patterns are so lovely!!

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    PJ Gaumond says:

    My favorite size hook is probably a G but lately been using I a lot for charity hats for the homeless here.

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    PJ Gaumond says:

    I posted the giveaway on my Facebook page but not sure how to tell you the exact link. My username is themisfit13

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    Rita Scanlan says:

    My favorite hook size is H. I love my wooden Brittany hooks

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    Lori Kramer says:

    Don’t have a favorite hook size. I like alternating between projects that use smaller hooks and ones that use bigger hooks.

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    Lori Kramer says:

    Shared to twitter facebook and pinterest. :)

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    Lois says:

    size H is definitely my go to. thank you for the blanket pattern!

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    Linden Bird says:

    What a fantastic idea and great giveaways. I like 4 mm hook for DK weight and for lace shawls I make but then there is always a favourite hook depending on the project. Sharing on Facebook

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    Lynn Fletcher says:

    My favorite crochet hoop are Susan Bates sizes 5.5mm and 6mm… Love your work BEAUTIFUL patterns..

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    Mary Ricketts says:

    I like all size hooks. Crochet so many different sized yarns. Thank you for the free pattern, it is gorgeous. Thanks for my entry into the contest.

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    lettie says:

    i like needles 2 and 3 .

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    Donelda Higgins says:

    One of my favorite hooks is a size H. But I also like most hooks that are not really big or really small. I use those sometimes too, just not a big fan of them.

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    Sabrina says:

    Just found your website. It’s wonderful. I seem to find myself using E – I hooks. My grand kids are going to love you for your designs. Thank you.

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    Una says:

    Hi. Thanks so much for the opportunity to enter your giveaway. My favourite hook size is 2.00mm

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    Dawn March says:

    My favorite crochet look if the “F” hook. It seems that it is my go to hook for everything!

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    Dawn March says:

    Shared on Facebook!

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    Lori says:

    I have a G (4.25 mm) that I love and use all the time! It’s in my snowflake coaster project right now. My wish list item is a set of crochet hooks with the soft rubber grip. Maybe for Christmas.

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    Naomi says:

    You have a lovely website. I don’t have a favorite hook size but I tend to avoid working with bulky yarns so I use the smaller hooks.

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    Holly says:

    I have always just used the Boye crochet hooks. I am interested in all the different types I have been seeing recently.

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    Teri Kepner says:

    I’m an H crochet hook kind of a girl, and I’ll do anywhere from 2-15 in a knitting needle. I do MUCH more knitting than crocheting, so I’m loving a bigger crochet hook. Thanks for asking! Happy Thanksgiving if you celebrate!

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    Anne says:

    I like an F hook and my DK yarn for a finer, less bulky look. Blessings to you. Keep up the beautiful work,

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    Georgette says:

    I tend to use my F hook the most. I’ve been Knitting a lot of shawls lately and using mainly my size 6 needles.

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    Vicki C says:

    I’d have to say that I have two “favorite” sizes: 2.5mm for socks and 6mm for shawls

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    Tamara says:

    Such a beautiful and generous giveaway! I use whole range of hooks, but lately I seem to end up with the projects using 3.5mm.

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    Joyce says:

    Hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Ours was great! I have been crocheting since I taught myself to do so while in college over 40 years ago. My favorite hook to use is an “E” steel hook purchased at our local five and dime store in 1969. It is well-loved and I find myself happily hooking while using it.

    New Jersey

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    Carmen N says:

    It depends; I think I use my H-hook the most but I like sizes 4-6 for knitting needles.

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    Karin says:

    Size I hook is my favorite.

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    RG says:

    Think my favorite hook is J.
    Thanks for offering your beautiful patterns for free & for the giveaway.

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    Kay says:

    Just found your patterns via Pinterest and Ravelry and I must say your work is gorgeous :)
    The Dream Catcher pattern is just the thing next time I need to make a baby blanket – a nephew of mine just got married so this will be perfect when the time comes.
    And it was a free download.
    Thank you so much for sharing.

    I use many sizes of hooks for projects using thread, fine and chunkys yarns. Favorite fibres at the moment are cotton, wool, alpaca and kid cashmere, but I am discovering more all the time from my craft group friends.

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    Wendy Fenech says:

    I love all of your designs, they are all so beautiful and creative. I don’t really have a favorite as I use all of them, but I do reach for the G hook when I don’t have a pattern. I have linked you to my Pinterest page and my Facebook page.

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    Joanne Clark says:

    I, also, just recently found your site ~ love it! My favourite hook size is 4.00 mm.

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    Alyona Pakhomova says:

    So lovely blanket!

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