December 16 2015 – Holly
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
In the midst of all the wonderful generosity surrounding the 12 days of Tin Can Knits
, with plenty of free patterns and shop discounts, we've decided to spread even more
joy and add a cherry on top: by doing a Christmas Giveaway here on the blog! One lucky winner will receive one of our very popular "I Want That Wrap" project kits
, all festively wrapped up and ready for the holidays!
Included in the kit is 3 skeins of the gorgeous Donegal WSC Tweed
in your choice of the available colours, the full pattern instructions (with helpful tips for the best results) and 7 x beautiful wooden buttons. This wrap is a quick and easy knit, and oh-so-cosy! Take a look at our shop sample below, it was a hit at our Yarn Dating event, truly flattering on everyone who tried it on.
The combination of a relaxed gauge and the lightweight Aran tweed makes for beautiful drape, and the perfect effortless layer for chilly weather. The pattern is simple: worked flat as a basic rectangle with a tidy i-cord edge. Buttonholes are not even required, as the buttons are simply sewn in place afterwards and the wrap slips on over the head. It's a great gift for any knitter, and we're giving one away on December 21st!
We do love a good surprise, and Christmas is all about surprises, so to top off this already lovely giveaway we're also adding a mystery goodie bag of yarn worth â‚¬35
! What could be better than a mountain of wool for the holidays? You could be our lucky winner and take home the wrap project kit and
a goodie bag packed full of yarn, find out how below.
To enter for your chance to win, leave a comment here and share what your absolute favourite knitting project was this year
. Deadline for entries is Sunday December 20th, the winner will be selected at random and will be announced on Monday the 21st on our Facebook
A little bit of small print: The prize can be collected in store or delivered free to any address within Ireland; international entries are welcome too, but the winner would be asked to cover the cost of delivery.