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Winner of Sharp Crochet Hook!!!

I'm so excited now!
I am just about to test a fortune of all of you fellow crocheters who entered for this giveaway....
I'm using the True Random Number Generator for this purpose.



The winner is....................




The 3rd person in the comment thread -

"Anonymous" person who wrote "happily-hooking" !

Congratulations!!!


Please email me your information to me (my email address is in the right column under "About Me") so I can get your Sharp Crochet Hook mailed to you :)

All who didn't win, I'm very sorry...  BUT!  If you would really like to have one, it's available here :))) ---> http://www.sharpcrochethook.com/order-crochet-hooks.html

Thank you everyone who participated in the giveaway!!!

Happy stitching,


Sharp Crochet Hook Giveaway!

You all know I love crocheting with thread...  Only reason why I have never edged hankies or baby blankets is because of having to prepare holes (I'm lazy like that :D).
Sharp Crochet Hook is an cleverly invented tool with a "pointy hook" that eliminate the need!  How convenient is that!  Check out this demo video:

by Sharp Crochet Hook
I am also very excited to discover so many beautiful things I can can create with this hook. How would you like to be able to quickly & easily embellish shirts, socks, cards (yes...paper!), even "crocheting-on" a zipper to your projects..., and there is MORE!!
I LOVE this Christmas Tree CardJessica created:


For a chance to win a Sharp Crochet Hook and the handbook that includes 15 edging patterns, please leave a comment by the end of this Friday, 10/26/12.  I will draw and announce a winner here on my blog on Saturday 10/27/12.  :)


Rudolf

Rudolf sits by my elf girl now. :)))

"Rudolf" *Free Pattern* by Christel Krukkert Visit my Ravelry page on this project
For Hind Legs, after I switch to brown yarn, I did sctog in every 2nd and 3rd sts to change the total number of stitches to 6 for skinnier legs and shorten them with less rows. - I did the same on Front Legs.

I spent 3 days to "get" the part on this pattern for antlers, but it could be just me. XD  I wasn't going to give up though since they were my most favorite parts of this design!  The antlers are tubular for sturdiness and are crocheted more or less in free-form crochet style.  If you are making this Rudolf and get lost at Antlers, my advice is to strictly follow the pattern without questioning and not to assume how they are done.  In this way, you will achieve the handsome 3 pointer. :)

How would everyone like a give-away??  Stay tuned! ;)