Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Arm Knitting Scarf Giveaway!!!

Arm Knitting

Hi everyone, well I am finally getting this post up.  I know it's been a long time coming and I kept putting it off as I tried to figure it all out, but I decided it was time to just get it going as I know a lot of you are eager to try the Arm Knitting and also for a chance to win a scarf.

I decided to do a video explaining everything about the arm knitting tutorial and the giveaway, so be sure to check it out below and then right below the video I will have all the links and rules and such.  :)

I ended up having to record it using my laptop camera, which means cruddy quality but for this purpose I think it will do.


Basics of Arm Knittin
Arm Knitting for the Clueless
The Fast & Easy Way to Knit a Scarf

So those are the 3 that I watched and re-watched to get the whole Arm Knitting thing down.  I was so confused at first and my first scarf is quite hilarious, it has huge holes and hanging threads and whatnot, but after that one, it just comes naturally and then you'll be surprised at just how easy it is.

Like I said in my video, if you have any questions or are stuck on anything, just ask me and I'll try really really hard to explain and help you out.

Now for the giveaway....

Up for grabs are 4 arm knitted scarves. 

Arm Knitting

The first one is this gorgeous chunky super soft scarf.  The other 3, as I said in the video, will be a pink one, a purple and blue one and I am not sure about the 4th yet.  But definitely 4 scarves up for grabs.

You can keep them for yourself, give them to a family member or friend, it's totally up to you.

I'm not going to make you jump through hoops and like and subscribe to a gazillion pages just for a giveaway, it's a huge turn off for me when I want to join a giveaway, so I imagine it is the same for a lot of you.

All I need is a comment below, be sure to include a way that I can get in touch with you (email), and that is all.

The contest is open to US residents only, and it will run from today until the 11th of November, 2014.

Winners will be drawn using Random.org.

Good luck everyone, and Happy Knitting!!!!

34 comments:

Michelle said...

How lovely, Sandra! I've been following you for a few years now. I adore seeing your posts and trying your recipes! -Michelle :) jacksonclan6@att.net

Anonymous said...

I enjoy reading your blog and trying some recipes. The Orange Chicken is a favorite here and I've passed it on to my sister and mother-in-law. Thanks so much for that!
-Kimberly in NC
knchock at yahoo

Tiffany-Amber Bettencourt said...

Aren't you just the cutest thing?? hehe
Loved the video Tia <3

Love you lots!!

Carrie B. said...

Your video was great Sandra! You have the sweetest accent ever. ;)
I'll have to watch the videos and study up to see if I can get brave enough to attempt to make one myself.
So happy to hear your poochie is feeling better too.
God bless.
carrie@bachandgroup.com

Anonymous said...

I love reading your blog and recipes!
gmford2@hotmail.com

Malorie Shepherd said...

After reading your blog for 5 years I was super excited to hear your accent sandra, i love it!! hahaha!! Super excited about this giveaway too!!!! Thanks for the chance! ♥♥

Malorie Shepherd said...

Opps forgot..

Malorie shepherd
richwithlove1225@gmail.com

Angela said...

Would love to win! Thanks!
Dayfamily6 at windstream . Net

Jen said...

I just LOVE seeing your pretty little face!! I would love to win these.
jenbrandes(at)gmail(dot)com

Life Of A Stay At Home Mom said...

very cute! tmluvmdm@gmail.com

Ruth Stiles said...

Thank you for giving this away to one of your readers. Even more so thanks for not expecting us to subscribe to 50 plus social media places. THANKS THANKS THANKS! Hope you had a great Tuesday! my email is ruthstil@buffalo.edu

Carol said...

Thanks for the tutorial - hope to try it out this weekend! Please count me in for your giveaway!

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

Huggles and congrats on finishing it!

Stacy said...

What beautiful scarfs! Smkirklin@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for doing a great giveaway Sandra! I have been reading your blog for quite some time, but have never commented. I love reading about your days and seeing the great photos you post. I'm interested in trying arm knitting myself, so thanks for doing a tutorial! Enjoy your Wednesday! My email is dandks5@yahoo dot com Thanks again! Kelly

Nancy W said...

Fun to see your video! I think you did a great job. Thanks for doing such a fun giveaway! my email is nancy (at) prudent living.com

Brittany Koelmel said...

These look so soft! I would love one! My email is bkoelmelb (at) gmail.com

K Waite said...

I love that you are having a giveaway. I have loved your blog for years! kelli.waite@yahoo.com ( Kelli Waite)

Kristy Jensen said...

These look really beautiful. I wish I could knit or crochet. I love your blog!

The Smelly Lady said...

I loved your video! I recently picked up my crochet hook again. It's been almost a year. Guess I was thinking homemade Christmas last year about this time too. :-D

Nancy said...

Wow!! This time of the year scarves of any kind are welcome not just for warmth but to add to whatever outfit you choose for a brisk fall day.. I read your posts often and so enjoy each one! Nancy. Rana77@charter.net.

Liz said...

Those scarves are so beautiful! I'll have to see if I can figure it out. I loved your video. I know that you said in the video reasons you couldn't do a tutorial and stuff but a vlog would definitely work for you as well as your blog. I just love your accent and it's nice to see your face. I would love a scarf. So excited for the give away. Hope you are doing well. Liz (elizabeth.tiemann@gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

Your scarves are so pretty. I have enjoyed reading your blog for years. Loved your accent. Stay warm!
monk5 at charter dot net
Monica

Deborah Cook said...

The scarves. ..thecooks91512@yahoo.com

Philena Betz said...

I hope I'm not commenting twice, but please enter me in the drawing for a scarf. pbetz1524@gmail.com

Rhonda smith said...

Oh the tutorial was great, and it was awesome to hear your accent..... Love the arm knitting, haven't had the time to get to try it, but it looks interesting....would love to have a chance to win one!!!
Thank you for a awesome blog to follow...
Blessings
Rhone's

Katie Stewart said...

Beautiful scarves! I've read your blog for a couple of years now and have really enjoyed it. Loved the video. Thanks! katiestewart09@gmail.com

Amy at love made my home said...

Definitely a new one on me! Glad that you have been having fun with this. I am not entering as I am not in the US, but it was nice to hear your voice, I can imagine you talking now when I read your blog! xx

Heart2Heart said...

Sandra,

These are truly beautiful and would be so honored to win one. This is one skill I wish I possessed! Love and Hugs ~ Kat @ Stevenkat27@verizon.net

Mama Boz said...

Aww...Sandra! It's so nice to see and hear you! Thank you for your sweet video. I really like your haircut too! Gorgeous lady! angboz00@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Love the beautiful scarfs. You are so talented! Would love to win one! richard28635@yahoo.com

Rkc857 said...

So cute!
Beccaromine11@gmail.com

ghugg said...

Gorgeous scarves! What talent!
jgahugg@hotmail.com

Deb said...

I love these. I would love to have one to send to my son...I have heard that winters get quite cold in the part of Mexico where he is going and he did not have a scarf to take with him. Thanks so much.