Monday, May 14, 2012

Mondo Monday Giveaway Part 26

Our prize is an issue from 1953 of The Workbasket craft magazine. This vintage magazine is chock full of really fun subjects like Knit, Crochet and of course tatting, recipes and gardening tips plus more.
Also included is a skein of my very special superior hand dyed tatting thread. Size 80, Six cord cotton "Neapolitan"

Please review the giveaway rules here. If you are new to my giveaways please make sure to sign up on THIS post.

The winner will be announced on Monday May 28th 2012.



***A SPECIAL NOTE***
Anyone and Everyone is welcome to enter my giveaways.
However, I can no longer afford to ship my giveaway prizes internationally.
If you live somewhere other than the U.S., PR, AK, HI, or Canada and you still want to enter, you must agree to pay the shipping charges.



HAPPY MONDAY!!!

32 comments:

TAT19540 said...

A giveaway! You are just to sweet to do that! I would like my name in the pool. Thanks!

madtatter7 aka Linda said...

I love trying to decipher the old patterns. Happy Monday.

Diane said...

What a wonderful start to the week. Please include my name. Your HDT is just beautiful.

Fox said...

Ah, lovely! I am in for (2). Thank you!
Fox : )

Susan Havens said...

This would be great! Your threads are gorgeous but I have never been able to try them. Please put me in your giveaway drawing!

Spinning Tatter said...

I would love to be entered in your giveaway drawing! Your threads are gorgeous!

rsmre said...

Thanks for the nice giveaway. Count me in!

Elizabeth said...

Please by all means put my name in the drawing.

Margarets designer cards said...

I would love to be added into your giveaway, I agree to pay the postage if I win
Thank for doing another giveaway

Margaret

Isdihara said...

Wheee! Just what I needed to put a spring in my step. Your giveaways are always so grand!

Yes, please count me in for (2).

tatterjil said...

Do please count me in. Both the magazine and the thread look fantastic.

Phyllis Schmidt said...

Please put my name in the hat. love the workbasket magazines and your thread is beautiful.

Jeff Hamilton said...

Please put my name in too. I believe I get (2) entries. Thanks!

Jeff

Kathi said...

Count me in! Your thread is so pretty.

Kylie said...

Thank you for a lovely giveaway! I love all the old Workbaskets, they always have neat patterns.

Anonymous said...

I love the old Workbaskets. Wish they were still published.

dianelouw said...

Yikes i am in South Africa so that means i cant enter sniff sniff

Singtatter said...

I have 2 entries too! Thanks for the giveaway!

DeeAnn S said...

Would love to win the book and thread. Thanks.
sweepster49 at comcast dot net

Suztats said...

Oh, I'd love to win some of your wonderful thread! Please add me to the draw. Thank you.

Unknown said...

Just learning to tat, so this would be nice to receive. Just found your site and have signed up to receive your post via e-mail.

Sharon

Sis-O said...

Looks like a fun magazine. Thank you for giveaway.

Clairecomp said...

Great prize I like the old patterns, I would like a chance to win so please enter me.

Kim Reid said...

I would love a chance to enter for this special magazine and your wonderful dyed thread!!
Thank you :)
kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

BrendaLea, the Prpldy said...

Awesome giveaway. Please include my name in the pot!

BrendaLea

LindaJ said...

Thank you for the opportunity to enter to win! Watching for Random Mondays will be fun. Glad to see your site. I'm learning needle tatting and just purchased my first shuttle to learn this methode (easier for traveling, I think). Anxious to learn. Love WorkbaskeT Use to get it back in the 50's and 60's Wish I had kept them.
Thank you again!
LindaJ

Red said...

Count me in! (2)

Val said...

Time for another giveaway?! Yes, count me in (2)! :)

Martha said...

Please count me in (2)

I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

Unknown said...

Would love to be entered in your drawing!

Mimi said...

I left an earlier comment, but dont think it went through. I love drawings. Please enter me.
Thanks, Mimi

Carmen Nuland said...

I love Workbasket magazines. I wish someone was producing something like it now.