August 21, 2012 in Ella Rae
Sounds like you all had fun looking for the mystery patterns in the Ella Rae Treasure Hunt last week.
Stay alert! I’m sure the boss is hatching another one even as we speak. (Um, type and read?)
Without further ado the First Tier Winners who will each receive a ball of Ella Rae Classic Wool yarn are:
Able80224, Jennifer C, Julie H, Sharon A, Linda G, Ellen, and Rita! I was able to email you all, so please look for that message to claim your prize.
Magi D L, Pamela O, and Carol B! You all signed in with Facebook. Please use the “message” button on our Facebook wall to claim your prize so I can verify your name(s).
The Second Tier Winner, the lucky stitcher who will receive a bag of 10 balls of Classic Wool, is Debbie B! Debbie, you signed in with Facebook, too, so please use the “message” button on FB to claim your prize.
As usual, I responded to the winners comments on the original thread so you can double check your name that way.
Everyone who played found the patterns, but in case you are wandering by later I thought I’d go through them just in case.
The Felted Persian Slippers are from the “Knitting At Home” book. This classic volume contains a mix of garments and home decor items making it a good volume to have in your library.
The slippers are also a free pattern on our website. They take one ball of Classic Wool. There are 33 new colors of Classic Wool for the fall so you could make a pair for every one in your family in a color they are sure to like.
The Garter Stitch Throw is from the “Rug Emporium” book. This volume is full of knit and crochet afghans and baby blankets in a variety of stitches to keep you warm while you’re snuggled in your favorite chair knitting or crocheting.
Other yarns used in this book are Amity, a 75% Acrylic, 25% Wool blend available in a variety of variegated colors, and Superwash Classic, a machine washable 100% Wool yarn available in a rainbow of colors.
The Marian sweater is from the “Classic SandArt” book. This cozy cardigan will look good in either a variegated or a solid colored yarn.
I’ve been knitting the Pansies Bolero recently. I put it aside for the Ravellenic Games, but I returned to it last night and was surprised to finish the sleeves! Now I can work on seaming it together. I might finish in time for the cooler fall weather!