Lion Brand Yarn Giveaway

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Enter to win one of two yarn prizes from Lion Brand and Little Red Window!

The Do-Gooder Hat free knitting pattern for donations! A great simple and quick pattern to make hats to donate to your favorite charity! |

This post is sponsored by Lion Bran Yarn, all opinions are my own!

Did you guys stop by yesterday when I posted my new free charity pattern that I worked with in conjuction with Lion Brand Yarn? It’s called the Do-Gooder Hat Knitting Pattern and it’s designed to knit up super fast and easily using bulky weight yarn. If you visit that post, there’s even a completely free PDF that includes instructions to make  Do-Gooder hats in sizes 0-3 months, 6 months, 12-24 month and Child size. But lest you worry it’s just a boring old hat pattern, you should know it also includes a whole bunch of ideas for how to customize these hats and make each one fun and different! Baby V models three completely different ones in that post alone!

Well, today is equally as exciting because, since this project is part of their Yarn Hereos campaign, Lion Brand is giving two of you lovely Little Red Window Readers the chance to win all the yarn I used to make my sample Do-Gooder hats. The Yarn Heroes are a group of 15  bloggers (including me!) who designed projects and patterns that you can use to make things for charity. Seriously, you have to check out what everyone else has been up to (and don’t miss the rest of the amaaaaazing superhero outfits, they really made my day!)

You can also submit YOUR stories of charity crafting to for a chance to win $250 in yarn support for your charity crafting cause! They’ll be picking winners every week, and it never hurts to let us know what you are doing for the world!

And again, don’t forget to check out what the other Yarn Heroes have been up to:

[Moogly] [Mama In A Stitch] [All About Ami] [One Dog Woof] [Sewrella] [Delia Creates]

[Underground Crafter] [Sh*t That I Knit] [Kristy Glass] [Two of Wands] [Twinky Chan]

[Make & Do Crew] [A Crocheted Simplicity] [Little Red Window]  [B-Hooked Crochet]

I couldn’t be more excited to be a Yarn Hero and work on spreading good and love with yarn. Honestly, nothing makes me happier than when a reader emails me saying they’re using one of my patterns to make items to donate and I really hope the Do-Gooder hat makes that even easier and faster for you guys. TWO winners of this giveaway will win 5 skeins of Lion Brand Tonal yarn (plus a bon bon pack) so you can knit a whole bunch of cute little hats to donate! And hey, even if you don’t win,  you can still use the coupon code YARNHEROES2016 for $5 off every purchase of $20 or more from Lion Brand. The Do-Gooder Hat free knitting pattern for donations! A great simple and quick pattern to make hats to donate to your favorite charity! |

Enter using the Rafflecopter widget below, there will be TWO winners! Giveaway will be open from November 16, 2016 until November 30, 2016 and is open to residents of the US and Canada, see Rafflecopter widget for terms and conditions.

The Do-Gooder Hat free knitting pattern for donations! A great simple and quick pattern to make hats to donate to your favorite charity! |

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57 thoughts on “Lion Brand Yarn Giveaway

  1. My tenant has been having financial troubles lately, so I’ve been deferring his rent and paying his utilities to help him out until he gets back on his feet. Thank you for the amazing giveaway. A good friend of mine crochets beautiful clothing items she gives as gifts and I would love to surprise her with this prize package.

  2. Nine years ago my husband died of cancer. Recently I happened, by chance, to connect with a recently married ( 1 year) lady who just found out her husband had the same illness. I have tried to be a support system to her during this very difficult and now final journey. Having been there appeared to be a help to steer her along a very heart-wrenching journey, making it less difficult, I hope.

  3. I purchased a new parkette for a mentally impaired man that couldn’t afford to replace one that had died a few weeks earlier.

  4. gathering egg cartons from the recycle bins for the local food bank that give out eggs a dozen at a time but the eggs arrive in 2.5 dozen flats

  5. The last good deed I did was early this morning. My husband’s back is bothering him, so I fixed him up with a pain patch and tylenol and tucked him in. Hoping he’s feeling better tomorrow!

  6. The last good deed I did was to have 10 single military members who were far from home over to our home to share Thanksgiving dinner with us. I am not sure though if it was a good deed as I know that their moms and dads would do the same for us.

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