5.17.2010

giveaway #16

The two winners of the Scout's Swag giveaway are:

jhartwig who said, "It's a tie between snow bunny and turquoise snow bunny! I'm so predictable!"

&

Kathleen that wrote, "I love Convergence! Awesome colors."

Alright, the first one of you that can get a hold of me at yarnonthehouse@gmail.com with your shipping info gets first choice on color (either Eureka delux or Illini).

Over the last several months since I began this blog and started this big adventure, I have had the opportunity to meet so many talented knitters, designers, yarn shop owners, and indie dyers. I'm amazed every week at the support and friendliness that I have received for this blog. With that being said, this week I have a wonderful sponsor to announce. Her name is Sandra Singh and she is the owner of SandraSingh.com. Sandra has been in the biz for 5 years now and recently came out with her own exclusive yarn line. She's here visiting us this week with an interview and a little look into the life of a yarn shop owner and the inspiration behind her new yarn line.



The stunning shawl that Sandra is wearing in her picture is the Desert Rose shawl that is only available at Sandra's shop.

1. Sandra, please start by telling us a little bit about yourself and what you do.

First, thank you for this opportunity to work with you and for hosting this giveaway on your wonderful blog.

I'm Sandra Singh, the Sandra behind the fiber arts website, Sandrasingh.com, I sell luxury yarns & designer patterns as well as the tools to make knitters & crocheters' fiber arts dreams become realities. May 2010 is my website's 5 year anniversary, though wood is the traditional 5 year gift, I'm celebrating with merino wool!

These past 5 years have been very busy, in 2009 I worked with four of the industry's top knitwear designers to create an Exclusive Pattern collection for my website. This year I've introduced an exclusive line of yarn, 4 yarn weights in 100% merino wool, Sandrasingh.com Yarn!

If you'd like to keep track of all my events & sales join my Ravelry group, Sandrasingh.com, follow my blog, I Twitter as Sandrasinghcom and friend me on Facebook Sandra Singh.

2. What inspired you to start your own online yarn store?

Knitters did, literally, knitters. Before opening my website I sold stuff on eBay, my first eBay sale was my car. You name it, I probably sold it. Occasionally I would come across bags of yarn and I'd organize them by color or brand and list them on eBay. The customers I had were terrific. They asked specific questions, placed serious bids and paid instantly after the auction was won. I loved these people! So I began searching for a wholesale line, found Cherry Tree Hill yarn and I've never looked back!

3. You have recently released your very own yarn line, Sandra Singh Yarn. Can you tell us about that process and inspiration?

Since the day I started my website I thought...wouldn't it be fun to have my own yarn line? I worked with a few independent hand dyers and dabbled in having them hand paint colors exclusive to my website. Even Amy Hendrix of Madelinetosh dreamed up a few exclusive colors for me. Finally, Angela of the Serendipitous Ewe dreamed up some very lovely colors for me in her Fate Fingering yarn and these are available on my site.

One day a fiber fanatic friend of mine mentioned a lovely yarn out of Uruguay and that it's as soft and beautiful to work with as Malabrigo, also out of Uruguay. So I gave it a try and one thing quickly led to another and Sandrasingh.com Yarn was instantly born. My new collection features a 1 Ply Merino Worsted, 3 Ply Merino Worsted, Lace and Superwash Fingering and I'm very happy with all four yarns and the positive response has been overwhelming.

4. How did you come up with the fun names for your colors?

Great question, I'm glad to hear you like them. I had no idea how difficult it was going to be to name colors! Of course I see yarn names all day long which you may think may make it easier, but it doesn't! I decided I wanted my colors' names to reflect the actual colors of the yarn while at the same time being pretty, not just some cool sounding name that really didn't tell you a thing about the color. So I pulled names from nature like "Cool Mountain Stream," which evokes forest green with blue and names that made me think of the changing seasons, "September, October, November" which reminds me of burnt colored falling leaves. Once I got going it turned out to be a lot fun and I even got my family and friends involved.

5. What's next for SandraSingh.com?

"What's next," you think like I do! What's next is going to be patterns for my yarn! I have two very talented knitwear artists, Renee Leverington of "Goddess Knits" and Michelle Miller aka the "Fickleknitter" who are designing with the new yarn as I answer this question. Michelle is working on a single skein cowl project with the 1 Ply Merino Worsted and Renee is working with the Lace and Superwash Fingering. I'm hoping they'll be ready by the Fall, but you can't rush talent!

6. Who taught you to knit?

My mom, who is very talented in the hand arts she crochets, sews, quilts and does embroidery & macramé, she taught me when I was about 7. I gathered all her scrap yarn to knit a super long scarf reminiscent of a Dr. Who scarf, but that wasn't my source of inspiration. I had no sense of color and mixed a rust with a variegated purple and some green. It ended up being worn by our family dog, Sugar! But after this scarf I didn't knit again for many, many years. I started my business in 2005 and began taking knitting classes at my LYS Hill Country Weavers in Austin, TX. I've been hooked ever since and still take classes to this very day.

7. Why do you knit?

I'm so intrigued by not just making my own garment, but actually creating the fabric for it as I create the garment.

8. What is currently on your needles?

I have to admit when I started knitting I only tackled one project at a time and swore I would finish each project before I started a new one. And I stuck with this promise for a few years. But now...WIP include Gardiner Yarn Work's Birch in Cherry Tree Hill's North Country Cotton and Fuzzy Mable's Leaf Stole in my Sandrasingh.com Yarn Superwash Fingering.

9. What's your worst knitting disaster?

Clapotis hands down, I was knitting along on it very pleased until I reached nearly the end where you begin to drop a stitch twice in the same row. I even managed the first few times to drop stitches at both ends. But than I put the project down for awhile, which is a knitter's folly, upon picking it up some time later I completely forgot to drop the second stitch! I even said to some one in my knitting group..."it doesn't seem like I'm doing this right, but it looks right." Needless to say I hated it upon completion and ended up giving it away!

10. And last but not least, if you were to be drinking a cocktail while reading my blog, what would it be?

This is Texas baby, I'd be sipping a margarita on the rocks with salt and a slice of lime!


Thanks, Sandra for answering the interview and joining us on the blog this week. You are a girl after my own heart! I love margaritas on the rocks! Especially in the warm summer weather.

SandraSingh.com has generously donated 4 skeins of yarn for this week's giveaway. FOUR lucky winners will have the chance to win a skein of either the 1 Ply Merino Worsted or a skein of the 3 Ply Merino Worsted. Here are the beautiful colors:





color: Light Orange with Gray and Straw






color: Bollywood Leading Lady

I am totally in love with this fun Bollywood Leading Lady color! Both of these yarn bases are amazing and I have to say that the 1 Ply is definitely comparable to Malabrigo Worsted. It has the same lovely twist and sheen, but I think Sandra's hand dyed colorways are absolutely unique and worth checking out.

I would like you to do the following if you would like to be entered into this week's giveaway:

1) Have an address in the US to ship the yarn to. If you have a friend or relative that has a US mailing address who is willing to be your shipping sponsor, that will work as well. I will send it to them and they can then forward it on to you.

2) Post a comment on this blog post by the end of Sunday, 5/23/2010, telling us which SandraSingh.com yarn base and colorway is your favorite, and why? I've had a chance to see the 3 Ply, 1 Ply, and I ordered myself some Superwash Fingering which I'll share with you later this week. I would have to say that it's really hard to choose a favorite, but I think for me it's the 1 Ply Merino Worsted because I love worsted weight and the rustic look off a single ply. I'm really diggin' the Bollywood Leading Lady color, but I think I would like to see the Bollywood Leading Man now. ;)

3) Please post only one comment to give everyone a fair chance.

Again, I'll randomly pick the winners on Sunday and post the results on Monday along with the new giveaway, so be sure to check back. Good luck everyone.

Sincerely,

Ve

137 comments:

mommieof4munchkins said...

I am loving Liquid Ice AND Bollywood Leading Lady. What a great giveaway once again!

Sophia said...

I love the bollywood leading lady! It is so cheerful and fun looking.

Katrina said...

Love the light orange with gray and straw. What beautiful yarn!

Ginger said...

The link for her webpage doesn't seem to be working, but I love the Bollywood Leading Lady because it's such a fun color combo, and I love knitting in bright colors!

Jenny May said...

Absolutely LOVE the 1-ply Granny Smith, Macintosh & apricots! I can't wait until payday :)

renewedmind on ravelry

Silvina said...

I LOVE sunny day on the beach...It must be because I live in CA!! :)

The Werling's said...

I would have to agree with you on really liking the Marino. It looks so yummy with the nice autumn colors...I can smell the leaves burning now. =D
Amanda

amanda dot werling at gmail dot com

becky said...

I love the 1 ply September October November. All of the yarn is gorgeous!

gathersnomoss on ravelry

Jill said...

Bollywood, definately my favorite!

Young Knit Chick said...

I love the Bollywood colorway.
-Meghan

flossie said...

It's a toss up between Sand, Sea and Shore of the Superwash Fingering and Dessert Wine of the Lace weight. I love the way the colors meander into one another and how aptly the name describes the color!

JaneD said...

Single-ply yarn always looks so delicious to me, especially in those colors!

Joyce said...

I'm kind of liking the fingering weight in Sand, Sea and Shore

kat said...

Hello Love Potion 1.5! I just want to snuggle with those beautiful colors! (the rest are awesome too!). Thanks for the great give away... and for adding another yarn shop to my bookmarks

susanmhj said...

I can't pick just one favorite, but here's a choice, or two or three! 1 ply worsted in China Sea or Med. Summer, and since I do knit socks, the fingering looks great too. I would love Cool Forest Stream and Sand Sea Shore! They are beautiful!

mountainweaver said...

Love the Bollywood singles! Always love singles but fingering sounds great too

Krystal said...

I can't decide between Red Hot Flames and Love Potion #40. I have been drawn to red and orange lately and I really don't know why, because I am usually drawn to very muted earth tones.

Heather said...

Love the China Sea colorway in the 1-ply Merino. Malabrigo is my current love, so the 1-ply was an easy choice!

Janelle said...

I love the China Sea. I'm a sucker for blue and brown together. Another awesome giveaway!

The Knitting Gnome said...

I really love the Superwash Fingering in Cool Forest Stream and Sand, Sea, & Shore. Although, it was very hard to pick just those two.

MamaMay said...

Oh it matters. I am on a sock thing right now... but considering I just bought 3 pounds of sock yarn... yea... don't need more... should be knitting...

I am going to say the 1 ply. Great for soakers and with a new baby... needed badly...

knittingdancer said...

I like the Bollywood Leading Lady in the summer colors. I also like the Turquoise, Peach, and Plum in the 3 ply.

kristyh1981 said...

The Electric blue really caught my eye! It sttod out for me. I Love blue and have been trying to branch out to other colors than my standard blue and purple lately. Adding blue with pink and the other bright colors of electric blue would be a perfect way for me to incorporate my fave colors and branch out.

Kelly K. said...

Seaside is my favorite - but not because it reminds me of the sea. The colors remind me of Utah's red rocks in the wintertime.

Turtle said...

sunny day on the beach or sand, sea shore both in the superwash fingering weight. I have a love to knit shawl/shawlettes in fingering weight! The beach colors make me a bit homesick for hawaii and the days spent on the beach teaching scuba. I stated following Sandras blog a few months back, loving it!

livin4fishin said...

love the electric blue 3 ply merino! Awesome colors. Love the Surfs up lace too.

Rachel D. said...

My favorite is "Sand, Sea & Shore" because, once again, I'm a sucker for the teal/brown mixes. I would get fingering weight to make more socks! :-D

Carrie in Seattle said...

I love cool forest stream in the superwash fingering. Thanks for the info about a new place to buy yarn!

suburban prep said...

I like the
3 Ply Merino Worsted
in the color way of the Olives, peaches and plums.

msgb245 at gmail dot com

Erin said...

Ooh, I like September, October, November in the 1-ply. I've never tried her yarn before. Will have to put some in the queue.

Heidi said...

My favorite is definitely Liquid Ice. It reminds me of turquoise gems that shift from blue to green and back again.

Natalie said...

i looove the look of the 1-ply. i think my fave colorway is the love potion #6.9 - beautiful color and saucy name - but plum sky is a close second.

Kristin said...

I love the 3 ply merino in liquid ice!! So peaceful!

sherry said...

Love the name and the color of Love Potion #6.9

Dale,Lindsay and Shannon said...

I can't pick just one I love them all. But leading lady is up there.

Kelly-ann said...

I think Love Potion #40 in the fingering is gorgeous!

Rachel said...

I would have to say the Superwash Fingering in Sand, Sea, & Shore. So pretty!

Me said...

Bollywood for sure! Either base would be great!

kshotz said...

It's hard to say which I like, although I tend to like 3 ply for its durability compared to single ply (which I love the look of!!). The bollywood leading lady colorway is AWESOME!

patsy said...

cool forest stream in fingerling patsycoats@bellsouth.net

LifeAdorned said...

ooh, i love the superwash fingering yarn in the "cool forest stream" colorway. i love greens and browns!

lizchatwell@yahoo.com said...

I love the 1 ply...really reminds me of Malabrigo! and the Love Potion #6.9!! I"m a sucker for reds

Mir said...

I love the 1 Ply Merino Worsted Mediterranean Summer yarn. I am obsessed with browns and oranges.

knittinwolf said...

Love the cool forest stream...hard to choose so many beautiful ones!

Wonderful interview!

Mercy said...

I love the black and turquoise 1 ply.

midwifemom@clearwire.net

Kate said...

I'm in love with the Sand, Sea, Shore color! With all of the time I've been spending at the beach lately, it's hardly a surprise. Gorgeous colors!

Barbara said...

Absolutely beautiful colors. I'm digging on "Night". Purple rocks!!

PBnJ said...

I really like Cool Forest Stream. I like that peaceful combo of colors.
The worsted one-ply sounds really interesting, especially if it is anything like Malabrigo. :D

PBnJsFiber on Ravelry

Kristy Lorenz said...

I'm loving both! I love the brightness of Bollywood Leading Lady, it would look great on my daughter.

Iva said...

Wow... I'm having difficulty narrowing it down to five, let alone one! These are beautiful yarns.

beartifix said...

LOVE the 3-ply merino worsted in Purple, Lilac & Mauve.
Thanks for the great giveaway!

Sheryl said...

I love the yarn names! The colors are amazing! And I really like the interviews that you're doing! So much good info!

Heidi said...

Love potion number 6.9 in the single ply merino. What a great combo of super soft and intoxicating color!

Tanzi said...

I love the Bollywood Leading Lady and Circus both. I can't say about the base because I haven't used this yarn yet, but I hope to soon!!!

aanderson said...

They are all beautiful, so hard to choose.

emxlenie said...

bollywood leading lady is gorgeous.i love how the colors just flow into each other and have such rich tones mixed with soft tones. the colors are perfectly in sync with each other.

ravelry: emxlenie

Rachel said...

Laceweight bollywood hero, beautiful combination of colors!

Needles And Ewe said...

Wow the Bollywood Leading Lady is fabulous...it's so bright and cheerful. It reminds me of spring.

I am Arizona; a person, not a place. said...

I love the 1-ply merino in the color ways Mediterranean Summer and September, October, November. If I had to pick just one I'll go with Mediterranean Summer since I'd love to be on a beach on the Mediterranean Sea right now!

BloreKnitter (Anjali) said...

It's summer here and blistering hot. The blue colors are soothing and refreshing in China Sea in 1-ply merino. I love those colors!

heather said...

The Bollywood is so bright and cheerful! What a great giveaway.

Eva said...

Oh my god. Bollywood is AMAZING. I am in love.

Ólöf said...

sand sea and shore for sure. Because I´m a nature girl and it just reminds me of being on the beach and relaxing with good company.

Marlitharn said...

I'm loving the Horizon and Sky colorway in the laceweight and the Black and Turquoise in 1-ply worsted; so pretty!

Barb T. said...

How could you not want something with the name
Bollywood Leading Lady??!!
Barb T.

Nupur said...

What gorgeous yarns and colorways!

My favorite is the Sandrasingh.com Superwash Fingering in the Sunny Day on the Beach colorway.

Amybel said...

It's great to see Sandra on The House! I like the Spring 1 ply worsted. I have a green thing :).

Elizabeth (pixiewear) said...

Thanks for introducing us to Sandra! I hadn't heard of her or her yarn yet. I like the look of the 3-ply in liquid ice.

jessecreations said...

I like the single ply worsted in Black and (Turquoise) Blue. I love those two colors together, and that particular yarn looks SOOOO soft!

Jess

Phyllis said...

You don't ask easy questions! Her yarn is so beautiful that I like ALL of it. I think my favorite is the fingering weight Cool Forest Stream, because I can envision making a lovely shawl with it.

JessieLynn Knits said...

I love the Bollywood Leading Lady! The colors appeal to me.
Jessica

lhussey2012 said...

Bollywood. I love their movies and this yarn will remind of the singing, dancing and happiness each time I look at it or feel it.

Amy said...

I can't pick just one! My favorites are Liquid Ice and Purple Iris. What wonderful yarn!

Mary LeMaster said...

ohh I love both of them and they are so different! But both look soooo yummy!
maryv32607@aol.com

Rebekah Pope said...

Right now, I'm really into lace knitting - so the lace weight yarns are it. The Jewel Box color way looks very pretty.

Susan G said...

I think I would probably go for the one ply also - love worsted weight and it's possibility for great one skein projects. I especially like the September/October/November colorway - always drawn to these rich fall shades - even though they are not the best for me - also like the Macintoch/Granny Smith& Apricots. Would love to give this yarn a try!

JodyH said...

Beautiful colors! I especially like the orange and gray.

Missy knits said...

I love the light orange and gray with straw colors. That combination for me is so clean and light feeling--perfect for the upcoming summer months!

Jessica said...

Loving the 1 ply worsted in Bollywood Leading Lady! So colorful! Can't wait to knit something up with it!!

Jamie said...

Ooo ooo oo, 1 ply Granny smith! gorgeous!

Lisa said...

I love the love potion...gorgeous!

bookagent said...

I absolutely love the 1 Ply Merino in Black & Blue!!!

Pam
phopkin1@rochester.rr.com

Tracey said...

I would love any, but the bollywood leading lady is so beautiful who wouldn't want to knit with it! Thanks for hosting another great giveaway. I hope I win!

3 "JT's" said...

I love the 1 ply in Queen Isabella's Jewels. I am a sucker for pink and green!

Melissa said...

I am looking for a yarn to make Eunny Jang's "Print o' the Wave Stole" - Surf's Up looks like the winner!! Thanks for another great giveaway :)

Maegwin said...

I really love the 1 ply merino in the Love Potion #6.9. The colorway name is funny and the yarn is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Again, great giveaway..... Amanda

marlono said...

I'll have the China Sea colorway in merino worsted, thank you!

terip said...

oh my what fun yarn! i lvoe the patterns on sandra's website and the yarns as well.
i lvoe her new yarn. i woudl take just about any single ply in a semi solid color, i love the bollywood. i have not been fortunate enough to knit anythign out of any of these chunky single ply and woudl love the chance
teri p

Kristen said...

I like the fingering in Red Hot Flames.

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Kristina said...

Oh my, I love the superwash fingering, but I am having trouble picking between Sunny Day on the Beach, Night, Creamy, and Sand, Sea and Shore. Absolutely beautiful!

karen said...

well, they are both lovely, but you say to choose only one so my fav is the orange with gray and straw simply because it seems quite masculine without being too boring and i am always looking for masculine colors that are not solids or darks.

Sheri said...

I think I'll have to go with the Lace. I am really into lace knitting right now. The colorway Chestnut & Grey is just beautiful although Bollywood is pretty also.

Sheri from KY
Momasly@yahoo.com

shannon said...

Do I have to pick? I love them both but if I have to choose then Bollywood.

katerina said...

I'd have to say the Superwash Fingering in the Love #40 because My anniversary is in May too! 7 years for love!

Sara said...

Bollywood Leadign Lady is awesome! China Sea on her site is truly beautiful, too...

StaceyKnitsIt said...

1 Ply Merino Worsted in Spring is Lovely! I also like the Orange, Gray, Straw colorway as pictured.

Anonymous said...

Superwash fingering in cool forest stream would be my absolute favorite, I think ... who could resist a walk in the woods on such comforting socks?!

bookboxer on ravelry

Lizbert said...

I love how she sort of drapes the skeins - it's a beautiful way to show off all the colors. I've become a lace fanatic recently, so I'd have to choose her lace weight yarn in Chestnut and Grey.

The Chase Family said...

I love the fingering weight in Cool Forest Stream or Sand, Sea & Shore. The colors are so cool and calming. Very pretty!

Christine said...

Since I don't like 1-plies....I love the 3 ply Light Orange with Gray and Straw. It reminds me of Southwestern colors of clay and dusk.

Monica T said...

loving the bollywood...........the colors are summer and we can use a little of that here in montana~ any ply would be fine.. i will knit something out of it~

RoamingKnitter said...

Love the fingering in Red Hot Flames!

cherie said...

Gee, they all look so gorgeous. I had to order some sock and some 1-ply. I love they Cool Forest Stream, the Sand Sea and Shore, and the China Sea colors. May have to order some of that Lace Weight, too!

Ness said...

I think I prefer 1 ply and the Bollywood colors are beautiful :)

Allison said...

Ooh, superwash fingering (can you tell I'm a sock addict?) in Red Hot Flames! Thanks for the great interview :)

TopHat said...

I like the superwash fingering in Night. Purple and orange are my favorites!

Sarah Beth said...

I like the superwash fingering in Love potion #40. Thanks for another great giveaway.

Nena said...

The Love Potion #2 is an absolutely gorgeous colorway (in fingering weight of course) and would definitely go towards some wonderful projects for myself. Pink is the best color!

quinn said...

Cool Forest Stream - pretty!!

Tera said...

Grapes on the Vine is absolutely beautiful. The colors compliment each other just right.

funderbug said...

Love Love China Sea!

Heather said...

I love the light orange with gray and straw. I'm beginning a charity knit-along soon and would love to knit a hat out of that! So pretty.

I am intrigued, though, by the one-ply worsted ....

Pretentious Wombat said...

The superwash fingering weight yarns are just scrumptious and I think the colour "Night" has a wonderful punch to it. Those deep purples are offset so well with that orange that I can just picture in a show-stopping sunset. Yummy!

Camille said...

I'm loving the look of the 1-ply in Bollywood Leading Man or Love Potion #6.9. Really, really pretty and unusual colorways.

JP said...

I like the Superwash Fingering in Night. The sock weight type yarns are good for mitts and wraps which I seem to find a lot of patterns for. The Night colors look like they'd go with a lot of different things without being too dreary.

sachart@hotmail.com said...

For the 3-ply I love the Olives, Peaches and Plums and the greens with Brown best because my little girl loves! green and brown and this would make something warm and sweet for her.

Anonymous said...

Love the Light Orange with Gray Straw colorway! Fabulous giveaway - again!

Knitella on Rav

K said...

I like the 1-ply China Sea. I love blues and browns. The other colorways are very tempting too!

karisat at gmail dot com

Heather said...

I love the cool forest stream and sunny day on the beach. I don't know that I have a clear preference on the 1 or 3 ply. I like them for different things.

Anonymous said...

Oh the love potion #6.9 is devine!

OliversMommy said...

thank you for the chance to win. Those yarns are beautiful! I definitely love the 1ply in the bollywood colorway.

Elly said...

Thanks for this awesome giveaway :)
I'd love to try Sandra Singh's superwash fingering yarn in the Love Potion # 2 colorway. I just love those colors together!!

~Eliana~
(Iknitcupcakes-Ravelry name)

Jaime P said...

The light orange gray and straw is beautiful!

Emily said...

I like Olives, Peaches & Plums in the 3-ply worsted.

Thanks for the giveaway!

jenniem on Rav

Anonymous said...

I love all the colors but am leaning to Bollywood Leading Lady as a must have!!!
Great giveaway!!

Blendab1 said...

I love all the colors but I am leaning towards Bollywood Leading Lady as a favorite!

Spooky said...

I like Orange with gray and straw. Very elegant.

Holly Marie said...

Mmmm, gorgeous yarns! I couldn't decided on any one favorite color. Liquid Ice, Mediterranean Summer and the Orange with gray and Sraw.

FerretLady said...

Oh my, such gorgeous colors! It's almost impossible to select a favorite, but I think I'm stuck between "Surfs Up" in the laceweight, and "Sky" in the one-ply. I love blues/lavender/pale greens -- colors that remind me of the ocean. Thanks to both of you for this wonderful giveaway!
(ferretlady on ravelry)

Disillusioned Rain said...
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Rainlover said...

Sorry I had to delete my previous comment, the user name came up wrong. I love the Bollywood Leading Lady. The colors are just perfect, not to bright not to muted, would probably make a wonderful scarf...such as the scrunchable scarf that's on ravlry

slmiller8 said...

My favorite is the 1 ply merino; colorwise, it's a toss up between china sea and plum sky

YarnOnTheHouse said...

POSTING FOR THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Thank you everyone for posting! -Ve

Jen said...

So hard to choose a favorite!! But I think the Cool Forest Stream in the fingering weight or Lt Orange w/Gray & Straw in the 3ply worsted are right up toward the top of my list.

april knight said...

i am in love with the Bollywood Leading Lady it reminds me of summer and wild flowers and its also a bit feminine and in a house with all males i can use all the girl colors i can get lol