National Craft Month: Day Twenty-Six Winner

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It’s day 27 of National Craft Month with more new crafts and prizes to begin wrapping things up.  There are also more giveaway results that you must be dying to hear. Just check out today’s Project of the Day, comment on the blog post, like us and the company’s page on Facebook, and you’ll be entered to win.

 

Michaels helped us become fashion forward with the stylish Pirouette Cowl knitting pattern. Even more exciting, Michaels was giving away a $100 gift card to their stores. We know everyone’s excited to hear the results, and here they are:

Congratulations to…

Lonita

We asked: “What’s your favorite scarf style to knit?”

Congratulations Lonita who replied, “Thick frilly scarves that keep you warm in cold weather.”  Thank you for participating and liking AllFreeKnitting and our friends at Michaels on Facebook. Please contact us so we can send you your prize!”

Remember, there’s a new project and a new prize TODAY, so enter for your chance to win. You don’t want to miss out on your chance to check out the Project of the Day, and win our next fabulous prize!

Happy National Craft Month and good luck everyone.

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