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Time For The Giveaway! Super Cute Owl Shawl Pin

Owl Shawl Pin
Owl Shawl Pin

I think you all know by now that I love owls. When I saw this pin, I knew I had to get one for myself, but I also wanted to share one with you guys.

So the newest giveaway will get you this cute little guy.

He is very lightweight at 2 1/4″ x 3″ and made of surina wood.

How to Enter

Leave a comment in this post with what you current WIP (work in progress) is to be entered.

Entries close Aug. 31s, 2014 midnight Pacific Time and the winner will be chosen and announced Monday, Sept. 1st.
Open to US residents only please and only one entry per person. 

 

 

241 Comments

  • BJ Greer

    I adore this pin! I’m currently working on a broomstick scarf pattern I found online. I found your tutorial for the broomstick crochet shawl and I plan on trying that next!

  • Kaylee

    Thank you for sharing your lovely designs! I haven’t crocheted in years and your tutorials helped me jump right back into the wondrous world of crochet. My current WIP is the Broomstick Lace Shawl that is displayed with the cute owl pin. 🙂

  • Joy M

    I love that quirky, cute shawl pin….in fact, the only thing that’s been holding me back from making a shawl is finding a unique pin!

  • Karen McDermott

    So cute, thanks for the chance. I am putting the finishing touches on a car seat tent for my new grandson!

  • Olivia

    From Otlivia
    My W.I.P. is a white thread “doily” arm cuff, almost done. Then my daughter wants a shawl for her b’day. Picked out the yarn, a worsted, but couldn’t find a pattern that I really thought was “her” until I saw your broomstick lace pattern tonight! I’ve never done broomstick, but that tutorial will get me through. And i’d love to see that great wooden owl on it!
    Also, it finally showed me the right way to do the foundation chain! Thank you.

  • Barb

    I am working on a baby blanket and hat for my niece who’s first baby is due in November. This what’s my second crochet project after finishing a blanket for my mom, which was my first, and turned out beautiful. She and everyone at the nursing home loves it.

  • Rachel

    My WIP at the moment is HeidiBears Fatty Lumpkin the Crocheted African Flower Pony. It was supposed to be done in time for my daughter’s birthday this Friday. Looks like it’ll have to be Christmas now!

  • Rose Howerton

    I’m crocheting some booties for my daughter. She just got out of the military after 10+ years and 3 deployments. I love the owl pin!

  • Carol

    Maybe you could help us find a source for shawl pins, clips,etc. I looked the other day hoping to find some to go with cowls/scarfs I’m working on for gifts, but many of the ones I really liked were far too expensive for me to buy several…$25.00 for a scarf pin after I use premium yarns is just way more than I can afford..”fixed income” sometimes really sucks!
    Can you share sources so we can find some?
    Thank you for any help you can give.

  • Darcy

    I’m crocheting a chevron car seat blanket for my cousin’s daughter and her new baby girl. It’s bright turquoise and coral and gray.

  • Gabriela

    I am starting your beautiful cowl pattern tomorrow on my flight. Then I have three other of your parents that I bought on ravelry…pillow for my son attached to seat belt is one. So in essence Iam all crochet every after!

  • Susan knapp

    I currently have a lace poncho, a baby blanket and a market bag started. I’d love to have this shawl pin for a shawl I made last winter.

  • devinise

    I’m working on fingerless mitts, a cowl, and a shawl. And probably some other things I’ve forgotten 😀

  • Kim

    I am working on some fingerless mitts and next up will be some new cowl patterns that I want to try. I made some shawls last year that would look so cute with that owl pin! Thank you for offering it.

  • Cindi Sjaardema

    I love owls! This shawl pin is really cute.
    My WIP is a textured crochet afghan kit that I purchased from Craftsy.

  • Hildie

    This is owl pin looks fabulously unique! As for me, I am continuing ongoing work on a waffle-pattern, crocheted, lap blanket for the wintertime, as well as crocheting small, seasonal accesorries (such as leaves and pumpkins) as future table decor. Thank you to all of you who have small pattern ideas for just this sort of thing!

  • Lacey

    I’m currently working on a pair of Spatterdash Wristwarmers. I’ve got a bit of “second sock syndrome” with it. I’ve finished the first one and have about 10 rows done on the second and have lost interest in it at the moment!

  • Alexis Davis

    i love the owl shawl pin! I’ve been looking for a cute shawl pin. My current WIP is the Faraway, so close Shawl.

  • Diane

    Oh, I love the owl pin! Just beautiful. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! I’m making hats and afghans for charity.

  • Davina Barnett

    Hi there, I’m just learning and loving your tutorials, thank you, thank you! I’m loving the shawl pin because a shawl for my 92 yr. Old grandmother is what I am hoping to work up to. For now, I’m trying motifs, thanks to you, for my first blanket! Would love to win the shawl pin for the shawl! Thanks so much! ~Davina

  • Cynthia

    The owl pin is gorgeous! I am currently working on a bed size afghan to donate to the local, annual Hospice auction.

  • miriam davenport

    The shawl pin in adorable. It would keep mine from falling off my shoulders all the time. I am currently working on dishcloths.

  • Pam Janssen

    I absolutely love this owl pin. I just finished an afghan for our queen size bed and I am looking for ideas for my next project. I think I will start making Christmas ornaments or maybe crochet some pumpkins for the fall.

  • Robin Collier

    The owl pin is super cute! I’m currently working on an owl basket, block of the month for year long afghan class I’m taking, various projects for my twin grandchildren (boy and a girl) coming in December and I’m always making cotton dish cloths and towels in between all of the above. My hands are always busy!!

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