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Etsy Giveaway: Desert Rose Knit Shop

39 comments are entered - if there are any more at a later time added, they will NOT count.


Today I'm christening my new(ish) blog with an Etsy giveaway! I'm offering one lucky winner a cabled beanie of their choice (pick your favorite color!).

This giveaway will run for a week - so you have until next Monday, January 23rd, to put your name in the hat.

6 ways to enter:

  1. Comment below about which color beanie is your favorite.
  2. Subscribe to my blog on Google Friend Connect.
  3. Blog about this giveaway on your own blog.
  4. "Like" my Facebook fan page.
  5. Follow me on Twitter.
  6. Tweet about this giveaway.
Please leave a separate comment below for each entry. At the end of the contest, I'll use a random number generator to pick the winner!!

Here's a look at some of the color options available. Browse other color options over at my Etsy shop!


Thank you for entering this giveaway! If you have an item for another giveaway, send me an email!


  1. i blogged about this!

  2. I just found you via Angie on Maui! I am obsessed with beanies and yours are nothing short of beautiful! I really like the Eucalyptus and Victorian hard to choose one!

  3. Its hard to choose which color I love! Either gray, plum purple or pink!
    Emily at Amazing Grapes

  4. I'd choose Purple Passion! so bright and cheerful color!

  5. You can never have too many beanies! I love the Victorian Rose - Pink.

  6. I tweeted about your giveaway here!/VanishaMVakaoti/status/159743261626466304

  7. Just tweeted about the giveaway!!/GDSConfessions/status/159874648459321344
    Fingers crossed! xx

  8. Purple passion would be my choice. Absolutely beautiful pattern!

  9. I liked your facebook page, too!(:

  10. I love the blue one at the bottom!
    ( )

  11. Blogged about this giveaway on tumblr.

  12. The purple one is fantastic! Well I mean they're all fantastic, but that's not the point. Purple!!!

  13. Now following on Twitter! (littleblackbear)

  14. And I even tweeted @ you about it!

  15. Oh if it's not too late, I'll throw in another entry by telling you that I also just subscribed to your blog with Google Reader.

    1. This still counts! I'm about to close the contest but haven't just yet. :)


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