9.06.2010

giveaway #32

The two winners of the Cascade Venezia giveaway are:

Samantha & Jean Ashley

Congratulations! Please contact me at yarnonthehouse@gmail.com to claim your prizes.

Hello, fellow knitters! Unfortunately, this week I do not have a long post for you, because I am busy working and doing some training for my day job. Yuck! However, I do have a fantastic sponsor and giveaway for you felters out there:

Jennifer from Pipp's Purses is here with us.

Now, I'm not a knitter that makes felted items very often, but I'm really loving all of Jennifer's wonderful purse designs. Jennifer runs her own Etsy shop where she sells knitting patterns and some of her finished felted pieces. Most of her patterns are for felted purses and boy, are they cool! I'm eyeing this Ring Tote pattern, one of her best selling designs is her Doctor's Satchel, and I'm really wanting to knit up one of these owl pillows (not a felted pattern but fun nonetheless). I may just have to start knitting felted patterns! Anyone got a top loader I can come over and use?!

Jennifer put together a lovely kit for her very popular Felted Pyramid Tote for you this week, which by the way, was originally published in Interweave's Special Edition Magazine: FELT 2008. One lucky follower has the opportunity to win:

- A PDF copy of the Pyramid Tote pattern.

- 3 skeins of Cascade 220 in a warm copper heather brown

- 1 skein of Cascade 220 in a olive heather green

- 1 skein of Cascade 220 in a periwinkle heather blue-purple

- 1 skein of Ella Rae Classic in a pumpkin orange

- And, a gorgeous knitted and felted sample square to show you the flower design you can add to your new bag if you choose to.

Take a look...



How pretty is this swatch/sample?!




That's right! Six skeins of felt-able wool in wonderful Fall colors, a knitting pattern which includes instructions to add darling flower embellishments, and a fun square to show you what it all looks like together! Jennifer is also sponsoring not one, not two, NOT three, but FOUR additional followers the chance to win a knitting pattern of their choice from her Etsy store selection! Thank you, Jennifer, for visiting us this week on YOTH and offering such a wonderful giveaway.

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


1. Read over the rules if you have not done so already.

2. Leave a comment on this blog post by the end of Sunday, 9/12/10. I would like to know how many of you fellow knitters like to make felted pieces. Do you like to felt? If so, tell us what you like about it. Of course, as usual, you can just say "Hi" if you would like to as well.

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

143 comments:

Knittinchick said...

i did a few purses a couple years ago... i now want to do felted slippers for Christmas-hello stashbust!

would love to win that package! perfect knitting bag!

Nadine said...

I love felted bags. This kit and someone else's pattern would be perfect.

Denise said...

I've only ever felted bags and just a couple at that. My first was a Noni pattern which I really enjoyed knitting and then throwing it in the wash to 'shrink' was fun, I liked how it turned out. I've never kept one but always given them as gifts! I'd love to try something new :)

knitterellapurl said...

I've never felted anything before (on purpose or accident), so there's not much I can say. I have been impressed by a few felted pieces, so why not start now?

Lucy said...

I've never done any felted projects - I'm too scared! But I'd love to try. The purse is so adorable!

Kristy said...

I've felted a couple times (FPK slippers and a purse or two), I would do it more often if I found the time or the right pattern.

My brother accidentally felted the "Doctor Who" scarf I was making for him at the time. Luckily it was only 4 foot long at the time, so I didn't kill him, but I wasn't in a hurry to finish the new one.

beartifix said...

I have not yet felted, but would really like to try.

TopHat said...

Oh wow! I'd love to win because I always need a new project!

hrfarley at gmail dot com

Nena said...

I love everything that is felted, and want to make some slippers and a bag soon that will be felted. I love the flower, it's gorgeous.

alcatmom said...

Those are some gorgeous colors! I have yet to make and felt any of the items I have patterns for but I hope to someday. Once I finally try it I'm sure I'll be hooked! I did felt some sweaters to be used for cat beds but I haven't finished any of those yet.

Eva said...

I've made two felted items. The first was a totally awesome felted pirate hat for my friends 21st birthday. He's convinced he's a pirate. The other was a felted scarf that came out.. well.. not so awesome. But I LOVE the boxy bag pattern and would adore getting to make it.

Jen said...

Wow! What a fabulous giveaway! I've only felted once. I made some baskets. I like how they turned out and I'd love to try making some other felted items!

Ginger said...

I have only felted once, unfortunately it was when I first started knitting and it was for an oven mitt and my amazingly tight knitting back then (and disregard for gauge) made a child size mitt once it was felted! I would like to try again though!

aanderson said...

i love to felt. I have done some dumpling bags to use as project bags, a tote and toys and bowls. The colors for this tote are lovely.

knitwork said...

I have never made any feltable project because I don't have access to pure wool. All I get is acrylic! I would like to try it some day.

jess c. said...

i have been wanting to try felting for a while not... i even have yarn to do it and a pattern... i guess im just skeered! LOL

Michelle said...

I've only felted some squares for a class project, but I haven't done anything with them yet.

Jennifer's designs are really great! I agree, the owl is so cute.

Kayla said...

I've never felt before, but I like to try. I think felting looks great!

sy said...

i haven't felted my knitting, would like to try sometime.
songyueyu at gmail

livin4fishin said...

I like felting because a makes a durable and very strong material. I made an ipod holder for my husband and a coin purse for me last year from felted yarn. Really enjoy it! Love the bag kit you are giving away. Looks like lots of fun!

Phyllis said...

I haven't tried felting yet, but I've been wanting to.

Rachelle said...

I love felting bags, have only done one so far, but I love the feel of the resulting fabric. Would love to win this, need another project bag for my earthquake project.

Betty said...

Hi!
I mostly make scarves and shawls, but enjoy felting when I do. I have felted, among others, a large floppy hat that my daughter loves for her dress-up, and a large knitting bag.
Thanks!

Susan said...

I often felt things. I have done bags and slippers thus far (unless you count the socks that accidentally got into the dryer!) I love that the patterns knit up so quickly and then transform so totally in the felting.

Julie said...

I have a few felted projects - a couple of tea cozies being my favourites. I'd love a chance at your giveaway. The flower is so pretty!

Marlitharn said...

I've got a felted tote bag and small notions bag that my knitting supplies live in, and a felted cloche that was intended for me but was hijacked by my daughter. This tote is lovely!

Frenzy23 said...

Beautiful giveaway!
I love felting, it allows knitting to become such a strong, thick fabric and gives it more possibilities.

Connie said...

One of the first projects I knitted was a hat that I felted and I loved both the process and the finished object. In fact, I have made two more for sister and sister-in-law.

KnittySue said...

I love the felted bags and slippers. This would be a great next project

Allison von Berg said...

My most recent felt attempt was a felted headband that ended up not felting enough lengthwise so I have a 2 inch wide 6 foot long headband! Of course you can cu felt so I'm ok with it. But I will never felt without swatching again!!!

Alex said...

I have never felted before. I have been holding on to the French Press slippers pattern for almost a year, and haven't had the guts to try it. Maybe I will now? Soon, hopefully!

June said...

I haven't tried felting yet. I've always been too scared it wouldn't turn out right and I would end up ruining all that knitting work. This kit may finally get me to try felting.

Lizbert said...

I enjoy felting, but I never end up doing it that often. While I have enjoyed some felted slippers, I hate losing stitch definition.

French Press Knits said...

I can't lie... I got a little tired of felting by about this time last year. :) That being said, there are always projects worth felting!

JoAnnaJae said...

I like making felted purses, but always end up with one handle longer than the other. How does that happen?

kshotz said...

Wow, that's awesome! I love the idea of being able to have such a lovely felted floral motif! (I've mostly seen florals added on post-felting. This is really lovely!)

Kim in IA

Lara said...

So pretty! I've only felted by accident, and it sure didn't turn out this nice.

barb said...

Thank you for another great giveaway.
I LOVE felting, but, I haven't made too many things. I made little birds to scatter around the house during the fall/Christmas time. Also, I made a VERY mishappened tote. But my favorite are my "Grinch" slippers.
I would love to win this giveaway.

The Chase Family said...

I've felted a few things, including May Day baskets and a brown lunch bag. My washer has a love/hate relationship with felting things. :) But I try anyway.

What a fantastic giveaway! :)

StephCat said...

what a lovely giveaway!

Driggs said...

Usually, I felt because something turned out way too big, and I want to shrink it. That being said, I also don't make a lot of bags, felted bags are just awesome!

CONSTANZA said...

hi! I've never felted anything before, so it would be good to try!!! Thank you for the opportunity. I'm cotyram68 in ravelry.

susanmhj said...

I do felt some, made the dumpling bag, and the french press slippers. But now have a front loading washer so have to go to my mothers' to use her top-loader, it's faster!
I search now and then for a bucket type felted bag, and when I find the right pattern, I'll do that too!

Elizabeth MacR said...

I love to felt, have done purses and slippers (came out like clown shoes). They are great gifts and charity donations. Would love to do more.

Amybel said...

I love felting. I actually prefer felting to anything! I've made lots of bags and the popular french press slippers too. What a fantastic giveaway this week! Ooooh pick me, me, me, me!!!

Melissa said...

I've felted one thing on purpose, a purse, and it came out great. I accidentally felted a sock and had to give it to a friend with very small feet.

sacha said...

My mother loves to felt and many of the women in her knitting group felt and weave- I have never tried it, but I have felted her things for her in my washing machine!

Cate said...

I've never felted anything, but I've been meaning to try it.

Susan G said...

Ive made a few felted bags - the Booga Bag and a giant mitten I filled with lottery tickets for my mom. These knits go pretty quick and I always wonder at how the gianormous bag I throw in the washer comes out as a usable bag! just love it!

Jack said...

I've done some slippers for my sister and she loved them -- would love to do another felted project.

StaceyKnitsIt said...

I've felted a few bags before and a set of fingerless gloves. Don't think I felted anything else yet. Felting can be fun.

Debbie said...

I felted some slippers for my son and a few purses, too. I bought yarn yesterday for my next felted project -- a Pirate hat for ME! I would love the kit t o be next in my queue.

Rosie said...

I knit items to felt sometimes. It depends on my mood. I like it because it's a very forgiving process, and it's always exciting to pull your surprise out of the washing machine. I knit and felted my wedding bouquet!

http://ravel.me/nosierosie/pfffon2

PenelopeRose said...

What a great giveaway!! I haven't felted much, but would love another try at it. Especially that bag!

remmy said...

I have not felted yet, as I am new to knitting, but those purses and things look so amazing.

kikine78 said...

I first fell in love with felting when I came accross a pair of felted boots in a book. I still haven't made the boots but I've been practicing with felted bags.

Kristina said...

I haven't done any felting, but I've been thinking of doing some slippers. I desperately need some slippers, and I think I could really get into felted slippers.

karen said...

i love to felt! it is so much fun watching the transformation take place. i have made a couple of bags and several pairs of slippers and a hat.

denise said...

I hope this doesn't post twice! This yarn is gorgeous. I do knit and felt purses. I taught myself to knit in the winter of 2009 after my Dad passed away. There is something wonderful about watching that big piece that I have knitted shrink down to a sturdy, fun purse!
I would love to win, but more that that I am thrilled to have found your blog. thanks for sharing!
Denise
www.dancinglydenise.typepad.com

Kristen said...

I have never made any felted items before but I would love to give it a try!

Rebecca Swan said...

I've only ever done 1 felted project, which was the Lucy bag. I got it all knit up (yarn and pattern from lys) and it sat for probably a year, because we don't have a washer/dryer at home, and I was skeptical about using the laundromat's for this... Fortunately, I mentioned it when I was back at lys and they said, "bring it in! We'll felt it! It's easy!" So I did, and it was. :)

Marcela Macari said...

I love felt, really I made needlefelt.
I love felted bags. I never felted a knitting project :S but I would like to try!

marcelamacari on Rav

kristyh1981 said...

I have not felted yet. Since I was a child it was thought that I had a wool allergy but I recently discovered it was an allergy to chemicals used in the sying process by certain companies. Since I have discovered that I can use wool I would love to try felting but have yet to find the time lol.

Rav ID: kristyh1981

Julia said...

i felted a really cool pair of slippers a few years ago. It was pretty cool...kind of like magic. cute giveaway!

fallj884@gmail.com

flora said...

I'm a little scared to felt, but I would love to try if I win!

yarnfest said...

Accidentally felted? Yes. Sorta kinda on purpose felted. Once. Strategically, absolutely on purpose - kinda afraid I'll screw it up. Which is crazy, right? I would *love* to learn to make a felted purse - adoring the links you shared! Thanks so much!

Becky said...

What a cool pattern. I have done a few felted totes plus a couple of french press slippers.

Lydia said...

felting a bag and slippers is on my bucket list for knitting. i've only felted a guitar strap, so i'm game for something else.

Cary said...

I love felting. I am working on a felted bag right now that is a Christmas gift.

historychica said...

I've never felted before, but I would definitely be up for trying something new!

terip said...

i like felting, i have made lots of felted slippers. i want to try mittens and a purse though. i have a front loader machine and i am able to felt using it, with a bit of babysitting!

Judi A. said...

I have never felted anything - thinking after all that work of knitting the item and the felting doesn't turn out well (like too small maybe).... This bag is absolutely gorgeous and the included already felted flower would be motivation for me to try. Hope I am the lucky one! :-)

knitterlydesigns said...

I have only done a couple of felted bags and I can't say I was super happy with them, but her designs change my mind about felting. I think the details she adds really makes the bag!

soxanne said...

I do felted slippers and love them. Actually, everyone I've ever made them for loves them. I over-felted a pair once; I think a bag would be awesome because it would be nearly impossible to mess it up!

cindymen said...

I have been a little intimidated by felting but would love to try it again!

patsy said...

I've only felted one thing - a purse but I love the felted flower patsycoats@bellsouth.net

klina said...

I never felted anything, not yet anyway. I'd love to try it out someday.

Jenny May (renewedmind) said...

So pretty! I have felted slippers and a bag and LOVE them both! I would absolutely LOVE that package!

mayjennyl@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love to felt items, mostly mittens and purses. :) I felt both knitted and crocheted things, and it is always rewarding to see the finished item. Purses of any kind are my favorite thing to knit! Thanks for sharing the site! :)samm at ravelry

Erin said...

Yum, love the bags! I've felted slippers and hats before. I've thought about a couple of bags, but they never quite made it to the "purchase yarn" phase. Of course, my brand spanking new front load washer was just delivered last week. My mom assures me that it's still possible to felt in it.

Mercy said...

Ooh! I love to felt. I have only felted two projects so far. I just did a felted hat for my son.

midwifemom on Ravelry

jensknits said...

Felting is lots of fun. I've felted slippers, bags, Christmas ornaments. I really like the texture felting gives a project. Cascade 220 is a great yarn for felting. That pyramid bag has been in my favorites list. I love the idea of the embellishments.

Linda said...

Have felted bags and made too many pairs of clogs to count!

mountainweaver said...

Haven't felted much but this is a great giveaway and I would like to make a bag like that.

Emily said...

Hi there!

I've never felted before but it's something I've always wanted to try someday!

nanacusker said...

I've felted quite a few times, a few farmer's market bags, kindle cover, flowers for hats, belts, but my favorite is the felted bouncy balls in "itty bitty toys". So easy and addicting and the kids love them.

Frankly Beka said...

I love felting small items by hand, as I watch TV. Never felted anything larger than an arm-warmer. Though, I have been tempted to give washing-machine felting a try. I'm just too eager, to start knitting, to slow down and do the math first. Having a pattern to follow could be the kick in the pants I've been needing.

Pamela said...

I have a couple of felted projects in my queue on ravelry, but I haven't gotten around to making them yet. But I LOVE Cascade 220 and what an incentive to get knitting! :)

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

In October 2007, my sister and I took a felted purse class to get a refresher course in knitting. We have been knitting ever since. We belong to 3 different knitting circles, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday. I think the felted French Press slippers are really cute.

Val said...

A felted bag (Oregon Tote) got me started knitting about 5 years ago and I haven't stopped since!

dbnelms said...

i have felted a couple of bags...the last was a noni. i would love to try this one. super cute!

Sursi said...

I'm sure I do like to felt. I just haven't done it yet =)

Qi-Tah Girl said...

Toys for the cats and doggies are what I felt up the most. I really like felting because it covers up my mistakes-they get felted away. It is also like a birthday surprise-opening up the washing machine(thinking "I hope it turned out-I hope it turned out")to reveal your new felted surprise. It's either HOORAY or DISMAY.

ilina said...

I'd love to get into felting, but my so far only attempt failed big time, because I made the mistake of using superwash wool. In my defense, I wasn't aware of that and it only said "machine washable" and "30°C wash" - apparently I should have expected it to remain unshrunk and unfelted even at 90°C (that's about 194 F). So next time round I'd like to do it properly, and this kit would be a place to start. And the colours are lovely.

ilina (on ravelry)

Angela said...

I love Jennifer's designs and have made 3 felted bags. I really enjoy watching the transition from knitted to felted!

pookie said...

I've never felted before...but would love to learn! the yarn is beautiful.

Natalie said...

I've done some felting & enjoyed it - my favourite felted project so far was a beaver from Knits from the North Country.

Krafty_Katie said...

I love felting in the washing machine, unfortunately, we have a front load washer so I can't do it like that anymore. Another way I like to felt is with the old washing boards by hand. Hard work but you get the exact amount of felting you want!!

That bag is gorgeous!! I love it!

Sherry said...

I love to knit and felt hats and bags. And every family member ask for felted clogs.

Megan said...

Free felting yarn might just be the push I need to start felting!

jennyleeknits said...

Watching a humongous piece of knitted fabric turn into something smaller and stylish is what I like most about felting.

Holly Marie said...

I love felting! I've done mainly bags & purses. Also a baby ball, coasters, hotpads... I kettle boiled and then hand felted half a dozen toy lambs. My brother has requested a felted vest, and felted alpaca mitts for skiing. Hmmm... I feel guilty entering, there are so many people who have never felted! But I never win giveaways, so I'll enter with a clear conscience. :)

Lael said...

I did a felted purse a few years ago - it came out really neat - and the felting hides any mistakes you make!

prague loop said...

I like some felter items and needle felter jewelery but only just started attempting doing it myself - as i am amazer by sft and drapey fabrics, i havesometimes had time to put a lacy knit down. i would like to learn that tehcnique though - i only felted a coaster with soap and hot water and the results were meh, so i plan to lern it some more

Heidi said...

Felting is one more piece of evidence that wool is nothing short of miraculous. I love how it changes from a stretchy knit into a completely different fabric just by going through the washing machine!

Tricia said...

I have done a little felting but my MIL is the queen! She made all the girls in the family felted slippers for christmas last year and I got a big bag too! Felted stuff is awesome! THanks for another great giveaway!

Sabrina said...

I've never done any felting before, but I think it would be fun to branch out and try a few small felted projects.

Christine said...

I'm a pro at fulling/felting!!! I can envision an object and knit to it. I love to felt! and I love color.

I mostly make purses and shapes and more purses...I have a ton of purses at home..hopefully for sale before the moths get them.

purlverde said...

I love the thrill of the felt, waiting to see how it comes out. It can be a little scary sometimes, but always exhilarating Thanks for the chance to win, what a magnificent kit for fall time! I'm PurlVerde on Ravelry.

melosa said...

I have to admit that I DO NOT love to make felted items, but I DO really like the end result. My MIL makes a lot of felted purses and I have stepped out of my comfort zone and am making a few felted items this fall.

SovereignCrux said...

I've never felted yet, but have been intrigued by the entire concept and process. This would be a perfect start!

Wooly Knits n Bits said...

That is such a smart looking bag. I love to felt for several reasons, it creates a very firm fabric that is very durable. It also hides a lot of mistakes. And you kind of have to be patient to see the finished product...so it's kind of like a surprise. Keeping fingers crossed !!

Beth said...

I love felting! You have two projects in one - the pre-felt, huge knitted object and then the felted item, what you ultimately aimed for. The transformation is fun to watch.

Tish said...

My sister made me a felted bag for Christmas last year only a few months after I taught her to knit! - One thing I still have not done yet is felt something (on purpose). ^_^

I would love to win this and begin my felting frenzy. LOL

SavvyKnits said...

I would love to try some of that gorgeous yarn! I would love to make an awesome felted bag :D
LURVE IT!

Tully Family said...

I'd love to win! I have felted one item before, a purse, and it was a lot of fun.

MamaJoss said...

Oooh very pretty pattern & colors...perfect for autumn! I've never felted before - fear that the "look" of all those hard-worked stitches would get lost -- but with these patterns, it seems to magically transform the knitting...would definitely give it a try with these giveaway yarns/patterns :)

JP said...

I've made one felted piece-a Yoda hat for my little one as her first Halloween "costume". Being 2 weeks old, she didn't trick 'n' treat but sat on the porch with me to pass out candy.

It fit her fine when I first made it. But when it came time to wear a week later, it was just a bit snug. Being felted, it didn't have the stretch I was used to. I haven't tried anything since, because I'm afraid that I'll spend all the effort and it'll be too small :S

Maybe a nice bag or something that doesn't have to be a specific size would be a better choice if I were to try felting again.

wiswalker said...

I've felted a small tote and a couple pairs of clogs. I had a disasterous results with the first pair because the yarn was a mystery yarn. It did not felt down enough and are probably a men's size 16. My caution to all is "Know your yarn."

Rainlover said...

I have never felted anything, but that bag is so pretty. I think it would be a great first project!

robbingpeter said...

Felting is on my list of things to learn - but so far all of my stash has been superwash!

Keya said...

Just finished a felting binge, but could start a new one with that lovely yarn! Last project was a dpn needle case that turned out rather nicely.

One Sheep said...

I'm not a felt person, it kinda makes my skin crawl, same with steel wool. But fortunately, I can think of several other wonderful things to do with yarn!

Denise Cole said...

I have never felted something on purpose. I did however accidentally felt my daughter's favorite sweater last year :)

Janet said...

I love to felt. I've only made bages, but someday I'll tackle slippers!

Paula said...

I'm only just getting into felting, after knitting for years. I have a new knitting book though that has lots of gorgeous felted pieces, so I may have to jump in and try them!

Catherine said...

I like to felt purses because size isn't that critical. Made them for Christmas presents last year. Also have done slippers which the recipients liked very much. I also felted a pair of socks which was an OOPS. Thanks for the giveaway.

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

I'm not really fond of felt. A lot of the bag patterns are nice, but, being a guy, I don't carry a bag. The folks I knit for all seem to prefer sweaters and hats, even the ladies. I'd still love to win the yarn and I know I could make a nice sweater with a fair isle pattern.

woolandchocolate said...

I recently felted some little wool strawberries. I hadn't planned on felting them, but I am so glad that I did. They are a gift for the daughter of a friend of mine, but all my kids are now campaigning for their own basket of felted berries! :)

Emily said...

The yarn colors are so perfect and inspiring! I've recently been feeling the urge to felt some pieces, especially using some recycled sweater parts I have. Great patterns too!

Tanzi said...

I've never done any felting, but I love the way it looks and sure would love to try!

monika said...

I love felting. One of my first knitting projects was a felted hat for my sister - I've been in love with the process ever since. Would love the chance to win this great pattern and yarn!

VicJoRob said...

What a wonderful kit! Although felted bags are cute and make lovely Christmas gifts, I think this yarn would be great for felted "church hats," like fedoras and cloches that are embellished with flowers and ribbons.

Jaime P said...

Love to make felted bowls and dog toys. The surprise of seeing the fo after it comes out of the washing machine, can't be beat!

Colleen said...

I've thought about felting, but the fear of having the size wrong is enough to keep me from going for it. Plus, after all that time spent knitting thousands of stitches, I want to be able to admire that work, instead of the felting covering all that up!
dramachic0425@yahoo.com

Elly said...

I've never felted any projects before, and this would be a great opportunity to learn!

Thanks for the chance :)

~ Eliana ~
Iknitcupcakes on ravelry

Angele said...

I love felting, what I like about it the most is the transformation. Taking an item made out of yarn and transforming into something beautiful and different :)

Camille said...

I've only felted slippers, but this looks like a great project to try!

Tracey said...

Never felted anything, but would love to felt some slippers one day!!

Brenda said...

The felted purses are lovely ! And kits are such a great idea, so you don't have run around looking for all the required items.

Jen said...

Another awesome giveaway! I haven't felted for a while but made a couple of bags that were fun to do.

jendada on Ravelry

Liz said...

My only felting project has been the French Press Felted Slippers. Those turned out okay, but I'd like to try more. Now that I have my own washing machine at home...I can experiment more easily!

YarnOnTheHouse said...

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