Monday, January 05, 2009

And the Winners of the Charity Hat Contest Are in order





#1 Leslie from my town, Glenview. Wins Fleece Artist Basic Socks in Teal.

#2 Elaine. :) Fleece Artist Teal Lace yarn. No fighting over it girls.

#3 Tracy B. Wins STR Flower Power

#4 Kelly. Wins a non yarn prize because she sent me so much yarn. You are getting a great pattern. Thanks

#5 Theresa from VA wins Wooly Wonka Lace in Lovely Orange tones

#6 Kim from WovenNSpun. Wins Wooly Wonka remnants to die for.

#7 Grace. Dear Grace. You win the LACE the purple lace.

#8 Lisa Q . Wins Posh Yarn in Limelight. One of my favorites in the bunch.

#9 Timae from GA. Winds STR Lunasea. She also donated many many hats and were the first to arrive!

#10 Biance From the Netherlands. Wins STR Marbles!

#11 Nancy S. . WIns Gorgeous Wooly Grey Icelandic handspun. My other favorite.

#12 Pat K. Az. Wins: 2 skeins Pink Lace

#!3 Kim C. Wins 2 skeins peaches n cream for dishrags.

#14 Darcy. Wins Liptstick Lava. Just for asking

#15 Suzanne from Evanston, nearby. Wins Sunshine Yarns, Flamingo. That should help beat the winter blues in Chicago!

#16 Lisa G . Wins 2 Lornas Laces torquoise sock yarn.

#17 Ling. The Harry Potter is yours. Glad you asked for it!

#18 Joany B. my co worker co knitter! Wins: Gorgeous Labrador in the Snow.

#19. Nancy from Wyoming. Wins A lovely Opal yarn I donated in hues of green and burnt orange.

I think I was able to give a prize to every knitter or group who mailed theirs together.

Thanks to all for knitting the hats. I asked that they be beautiful and each one really was. I had so much fun seeing all the hats arrive. You brought me to tears more than once. The last two arrived today and are the not pink hats. The pink one I was saving for the last contest post.

Oh my gosh I hope I didnt forget anyone. I had to be reminded today was Jan 5th, you know . Packages will be mailed out tomorrow. Happy happy prizes. No notes inside as my broken wing isn't allowing for legible writing !


I'll talk to you in the comments. :)

18 comments:

Elaine said...
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Elaine said...

OK to redeem myself from my last post - here's our next charity knitting project:

http://www.smh.com.au/news/National/Knitters-save-endangered-penguins-lives/2006/04/07/1143916701251.html

I hope this article makes everyone smile. :-)

Leslie said...

Kathy,
Thank you again for organizing all of this. It's nice to know knitters can band together and really do something positive. Can't wait to get my prize, but I'd do it without the incentive!

Kathy said...

Elaine

I sent you a reply on your knitting blog. :) :)

Wool Winder said...

Thank you for the prize yarn! I never expected anything in return. I'm just glad to be able to help out.

Breien in Lansingerland said...

Congrats to all the winners. I mean in this case that I am surprised that so many beautiful hats arrived at your place, to warm the heads of people who need it.

Guess what... we're having deep freeze temperatures here as well :-)
My compliments to you Kathy for organizing this... I promise to send you a few more next time.

Pat K said...

So many hats! So many prizes! Thank you for the yarn heading my way, I'm just happy to have a hat I knit warm someone who needs it. Although the temperature here this morning is in the low 20s with windchill, proving that even in Southern AZ there's still some use for hats and scarves. Congratulations to everyone! And to Kathy for a great successful projectg!

Nancy said...

Thank you for the yarn. I will use it to bring warmth to another person's life.

Katherine said...

What a blessing this has been to all of us! I can just imagine these beautiful hats warming the hearts and heads of the recipients. Thanks Kathy for planning and supervising this great project!

stitching under oaks said...

Yeah! I've never won yarn before! Such a surprise! Yeah! Thanks Kathy for the prizes and for organizing all those beautiful hats! You deserve a prize!

Timiae said...

How exciting! Thank you so much for doing this... it was the push I needed to start doing charity knitting (a resolution this year is to knit at least 52 hats to donate to local shelters). You had such a great turn out of knitters/crocheters!

Grace said...

thank you Kathy I will make something lovely!

Angel said...

You are very lucky that your OC is a knitter!

And I have enjoyed seeing all the hats on the blog- and for a great cause.

Darcys Knotty Knitter said...

It was a joy to knit the hats and to know they were going to help others feel toasty:)I have enjoyed seeing everyones hats and congratulations to everyone.Thankyou i will love getting some smooshy and you gave me the giggles when you left the comment about knitting under a blanket;)Hugs Darcy

Ling said...

Thank you so much for organising this. I'm sure the warm hats are much appreciated. I wish I could have have knitted more. This means I'll just have to be more organised for the next one.
Thanks again. Hope the arm is getting lots of rest.

Nell said...

Congrats winners!

Teresa in Virginia said...

Thank you Kathy for the beautiful Wooly Wonka Lace in Orange tones. The colors (orange, yellow, pink and just a hint of purple)remind me of a beautiful sunset. I will truly treasure this yarn.

Thank you also for the opportunity to be of service to my fellow humans. It was a pleasure to knit those hats and I truly enjoy (and need to do more) charity knitting.

If you decide to do a hat drive for the 2009-2010 winter season, count me in!

Emily Ivey said...

Congratulations!

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