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Time for a winner!

Thanks for all your support over the weekend my dears!

I tallied up the purchases, with number one being the oldest, and drew a random number!

Lucky number 9! Who are you... let's see.....

Jennifer G!!

YOU WIN!

I'll email you so you can pick something awesome :D

Thanks for playing, everybody!

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Winner Winner Turkey Dinner!

The sale is over and it falls to me to draw a prize for one lucky customer! I counted up the items sold on my spreadsheet and whipped up a random number generator:

And lucky 21 is Hayley H! Yay you! I'll be in touch!

Everyone's pretties will ship tomorrow morning, bright and early. Thanks so much for your support this weekend, ladies!

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And the Winner Is....

It's that time! I put all the giveaway responses into a numbered spreadsheet and ran that bad boy through the random number generator.

So who's the lucky number 8?

Kalos, aka Diana! 

Congratulations :) You can contact me by email (EverythingOld at hotmail dot com) or on Ravelry where I go by EverythingOldEm, to let me know yuor choice of prize and your address for shipping.

I'm going to leave this here for a couple days so you have a chance to discover your good luck (I know, it's a surprise no matter how you find out, but still) and then I'll go ahead and contact you.

So what are you going to choose? Anything in the shop, with the exception of the one skein of handspun, is yours for the taking.

Thanks so much to everyone who entered for your feedback and the birthday wishes! I'll be sure to do this again.

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Everything Old Giveaway! You Know You Want in on This

Rei and I have our birthdays at the end of the month, and

I'm having a sale to celebrate!

Still, what is a birthday without gifts? In the spirit of all things proper, I want to give YOU a gift for OUR birthdays!

The gift of a sticky child... What? You don't want that?

I'm giving away one thing, be it a skein of yarn, a braid of fibre, a project bag, or a set of batts, to one lucky winner! Basically, anything in my shop (excluding handspun) is fair game. Pick one, and it's yours. You lucky duck...

So, how do you enter?

Mandatory, for one entry:

  • Leave a comment on this post telling me what your favourite item in my shop is. Don't forget to include a way for me to contact you! (email, Ravelry name or Twitter ID should be fine).

Optional, for one additional entry each, do these, or let me know you've already done them:

  1. Like Everything Old on Facebook (leave a comment here with your Facebook name)
  2. Follow me on Twitter and tweet this post about the giveaway (leave a comment here with your Twitter ID)
  3. Follow this blog through Google Friend Connect (leave a comment here with your Google ID)

That's a possible

four

entries! You're totally going to win this! The giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere in the world, so have at it. I'll be using a random number generator to pick the winner.

I'll  be confirming that winning entry is valid, so don't be sneaky/unfollow me until AFTER the giveaway is over OK?

You have until midnight on February 1st to get your entries in, and I'll announce the winner on Groundhog Day. Good Luck!

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Everythining Old Yarn Giveaway and Discount at the Just One More Row Podcast!!

Hey Everyone!

Have I ever told you how much I love the

Just One More Row podcast

? I love them so much that I'm sponsoring them this month. You can enter win a skein of my True Blue sock yarn in Mad Mallard - just head to their site, give the episode a listen, and enter! You might win! That would be awesome. I'd totally love it if

you

won ;)

Know what else is awesome?

I'm running a 15% off coupon this month

, in honour of all their lovely listeners. Get over to their site and find it! It's a little scavenger hunt, just for you. Pro tip: It's right at the bottom part of the blurb about my shop in episode 24's show notes...

Giveaway yarn pics; because it's happening (and yes, that is the same skein of yarn twice, reskeined to mix it up a bit):

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