Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Tea Cosy & Pin Cushion Giveaway


1st Prize Hand Knitted Tea Cosy

Have I put you all off entering my Great Giveaway posted on Friday?
I probably made it too demanding and boring.   
As yet I haven't had any entries so I have decide to change the entry criteria as follows and add a second prize too:-

2nd Prize A pumpkin pin cushion

I had a thought that it might be nice to create a 'Great Tutorials' section on my blog
with links to other blogs and their fab favourite tutorials. 

Have you got a favourite tutorial you have found on the Internet? 

Or have you got a tutorial you created yourself you would like to share? 

I think this is definitely more fun than the other entry requirements!!!

To enter:

send me a comment on this blog post, with a link to your favourite blog tutorial
It can be for any type of craft, from any blog, your own blog or others. 

I will pick the best two tutorials as the winners on Friday, 5th August, 2011,
and I will notify the winners shortly after this date.

This is open to all who wish to enter, those who comment regularly and those who don't! I would love to see your great tutorials and hear from you so get entering. 

NB: don't forget to include your contact details, either email address or blog address, in your entry, so I can contact the winners.

Good luck!

Bee x

p.s if you have planned to enter on the other post with the other criteria, I hope that this hasn't messed up your plans. 

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Anonymous said...

a great idea to have a tutorial section! I sadly do not have any favorite knitting tutorials on line. Although Miss T may, will let you know! Very cute tea cosy!

Bee said...

Hi two hippos, thanks for your comment. The tutorial can be from any craft so you don't have to worry about it being knitting or crochet etc. could be cakes! beex

JikJax said...

This is one of my favourite tutorials - from a great blog:

Sam said...

Hi Bee! I was just going to enter your giveaway as I think it's great! Even better now! My favourite tutorial is from a blog called a pretty life in the suburbs! Lots of great things to be found there! Here's my favourite though


Bee said...

Hi JikJax, thanks for the tutorial, it looks great, I will have to try it as I have bought some new beeds today with crocheting in mind. bee x

Bee said...

Hi Sam, I bought some felt today as well, the wreath idea looks brill, thanks for the tutorial. bee x

Bee said...

For those of you who have entered, don't forget to leave a contact email address so I can advise on the winners. thanks bee x

Anonymous said...

Ok, here is a tutorial I used and it started a whole new quilting world open to me. Before this i had only ever made patchwork by hand - old fashioned paper piecing. http://mellyandme.typepad.com/photos/scrappy_cabin_challenge_t/100_0673_00_1.html

Bee said...

Hi Two Hippos, thanks for the lovely quiting tutorial, I haven't got into quilting yet but have wanted to give it a go as they always look so lovely bee x

magie said...

I just found your blog today :) I would love to enter the giveaway..
I have a lot of tutorials that I like, at the moment I really like this one:


I am attempting to make something like this for Christmas (perhaps to decorate my Christmas tree with).

Bee said...

Hi maggie, thanks for the lovely pom pom tutorial, they are so effective and fun. bee x

Madeline said...

Love this idea (and love the sweet knitted prizes). Here are two "Felty" tutorials, one for a memory game from the fabulous Purl Bee http://www.purlbee.com/emilys-memory-game
the other is one of mine for finger puppets http://www.meeni.co.uk/2011/04/making-rabbit-finger-puppets

Bee said...

Thanks Madeline for your lovely entries, they are fab felty tutorials, especially like the finger puppets. bee x

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