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Monday, September 14, 2015

Day 1 of 4K Fun!

Welcome to Day 1!

Today is the first day of the 4K fun at Yarn Medley's from the Heart! Today, I want to ask you all to leave a comment of how you found me, and if you have ever worked with handspun yarns before?

My first free pattern for you, is the Chunky Lace Infinity Scarf! (Clicking the link should take you directly to check out!)

This would look amazing crocheted up in some handspun chunky weight, TnT, and even looks amazing in a lighter weight yarn!

Please add your projects to Ravelry, you never know what could be in store for doing so!

Be sure to check the Facebook Page for the guest designer of the day giveaway!!

110 comments:

  1. I found you through Facebook. I've never used handspun but I hope to some day. Thanks for sharing your patterns.

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  2. It's beautiful. Thank you and congratulations on 4k!

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  3. It's beautiful. Thank you and congratulations on 4k!

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  4. I'm not sure exactly how I found you on Facebook, but I'm so glad I did! I love your patterns and your sense of humor! I have not tried handspun yarn yet, but I do want to! Congrats on this milestone!!!!!

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  5. I found you when someone shared the picture of your adorable daughter wearing the Game Time Ear Warmer. I am so glad they shared it. :-)

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  6. I found you when someone shared the picture of your adorable daughter wearing the Game Time Ear Warmer. I am so glad they shared it. :-)

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  7. I found you a while ago :) but I'm glad I did :) you have some amazing designs!! congrats on 4k fans!!!

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  8. I found you through Facebook and I have never used handspun yarn. Thank you.

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  9. I found you in connection to one of the crochet groups I'm in on facebook, and I've never used hand-spun yarns before.

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  10. I found you on Facebook, but not sure where through. I've never used a hand spun yarn!

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  11. Found you through Hookeraholic on Facebook. I have never used your yarn but would love to if I ever get the opportunity.

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  12. I found you through hookeraholic's on facebook. I've only been crocheting since early June of this year, but am absolutely in love with it!! Haven't had the pleasure of using homespun yet but will definitely try the first chance I get! Congrats on your milestone and keep up the beautiful work!!!

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  13. Found this from fb and I have not used handspun yarn but looking in to getting some.

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  14. Found this from fb and I have not used handspun yarn but looking in to getting some.

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  15. I found you through the Facebook group Crochet Addicts. I am a beginner and have only made 3 items. I have never used handspun yarn.

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  16. I found you through the Facebook group Crochet Addicts. I am a beginner and have only made 3 items. I have never used handspun yarn.

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  17. I found you through the Briar Rose testers group. I am so happy for you, Congratulations!! I have not had a chance to try some handspun yak or llama since I am allergic to sheeps wool.

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  18. I found you through Facebook. I've never used handspun but I hope to some day. Thanks for sharing your patterns.

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  19. I found you threw Facebook group ELK studio crocheters. Thanks for the pattern.

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  20. I found you threw Facebook group ELK studio crocheters. Thanks for the pattern.

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  21. Thank you and congratulations on 4k!

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  22. Fellow, crocheter from FB.....I've worked with Home Spun, It works up better with a larger hook. Thanks for sharing your pattern with us.

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  23. I found you through Facebook. I have used handspun yarn and would love to eventually learn to spin. Congrats on the 4K!

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  24. I found you on Facebook I've not worked with homespun yarn yet but I am excited to try it.

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  25. HI! I found you on FB in crazy hookers group, great gals! I have not tried Home Spun bit always willing to try...

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  26. Been a fan for a while, found you on facebook but can't remember exactly where. Haven't worked with handspun much. I tend to use lighter weights most of the time.

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  27. In the timeline of posts from ELK Studio Crocheters

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  28. Thx for the lovely pattern! Your yarn is gorgeous! I've never worked with homespun yet! I'm a seamstress of 45 plus years and since I learned to crochet last October I haven't sewn hardly at all. My regret is that I didn't learn 40 years ago. I learned of you from fb. Thx again and looking forward to more of your beautiful work. Donna

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  29. I found you through Facebook :D I dont remember exactly

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  30. I found you through Facebook :D I dont remember exactly

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  31. I found you on Facebook and I've never worked with homespun yarn before

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  32. I found you through Facebook. I have not tried homespun yarn yet. Congratulations and thank you for sharing your patterns.

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  33. Found you through Facebook. Thank you for the pattern. I like homespun but only with some patterns. Love/hate relationship sometimes lol!

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  34. I found you on FB. I have not used handspun yarn before. Thank you so much for the pattern!

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  35. I found you on FB. I have not used handspun yarn before. Thank you so much for the pattern!

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  36. I found you on FB. I have not used handspun yarn before. Thank you so much for the pattern!

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  37. Someone posted your link on Facebook; no I've never worked with hand spun yarn before but would sure love too. Thank you for the pattern!

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  38. I found you on Facebook through hookeeroholic. Thanks for the pattern

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  39. I found you via Facebook, and I've never used homespun yarn before. I look forward to trying and I wish to hand dye my own one day.

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  40. Someone posted your link on Facebook; no I've never worked with hand spun yarn before but would sure love too. Thank you for the pattern!

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  41. Found you through a shared link on fb. Have never tried handspun but would love to. Thanks and congrats on 4k!

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  42. Found you through The Hookeraholic on FB. I have used hand spun yarn and I love your pattern!!

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  43. Found u on Fb. Never used homespun, what is it?

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  44. Found u on Fb. Never used homespun, what is it?

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  45. found you on fb. never used homespun. thank you for pattern!

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  46. Found you on Facebook and we unfortunately don't seem to get homespun in my country

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  47. I found you on Facebook and I've never used handspun yarn before. It's beautiful though! Thank you so very much for the pattern.

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  48. Found you through FB and The Hookeraholic Crochet. I've never used homespun yarn but would love to try. Thanks for the beautiful pattern๐Ÿ˜Š

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  49. Hookerholic Crochet shared your information on facebook, I have 2 balls of gorgeous handspun that have been patiently waiting to make their debut as finished works. Thank you so much for sharing your talent!

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  50. Another person who found you through facebook. :) I'm pretty sure it was from The Hookeraholic Crochet, but it may have been another crochet page? I have never used handspun yarn before, but this looks gorgeous! Thank you so much for the freebie.

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  51. From The Hookeraholic Crochet on Facebook

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  52. Found you through Crochetaholic. Posted in my 2 Facebook groups! ๐Ÿ˜Š thanks for your generosity! ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  53. I found you on facebook someone shared

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  54. Found you through Facebook. I've never used handspun, I'd love to one day but as I mainly make toys for my kids or parties they get invited to I haven't had much call for fancy stuff.

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  55. Found you on my Facebook news feed and I never used home spun yarn

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  56. I found you on fb through hookeraholic crochet. I tried using homespun yarn when I first started crocheting, but couldn't do it. I would be willing to try it again now that I'm a little more experienced.

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  57. Through hookeraholic posting and congrats on your 4K i have used hand spun yarn.

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  58. I found you on FB. No I haven't used handspun yarn before but I am looking forward to any new experiences. There are yarns I have bought and won't again but that is is the only way to learn. Thank you for your pattern.

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  59. Facebook from the hookeraholic crochet!!

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  60. Facebook from the hookeraholic crochet!!

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  61. Hookeraholic on facebook is how I found you.

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  62. I can't remember how I found you but I have not had the pleasure of working with handspun wool as yet...I live up north and we have loads of agricultural fairs coming up...maybe I can talk my sweet hubby into getting me some when we go =)
    Love everything you do...thanks for everything!!

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  63. I found you through fb awhile ago. I've only used hand spun a few times for baby hats. It's so beautiful! Thank you!

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  64. Found you on Facebook via the Hookeraholic Crochet...I've been crocheting for a year now & I haven't used handspun yarn yet, but I would like to give it a try...

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  65. Found you on Facebook via the Hookeraholic Crochet...I've been crocheting for a year now & I haven't used handspun yarn yet, but I would like to give it a try...

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  66. Found you on Facebook via the Hookeraholic Crochet...I've been crocheting for a year now & I haven't used handspun yarn yet, but I would like to give it a try...

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  67. Found you from link shared by Hookeraholic Crochet!! :D Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  68. On Facebook in a post from a friend of a friend of a friend...have not tried homespun yet but it looks amazing!

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  70. Found you via FaceBook on The Hookeraholic Crochet page. I have never worked with homespun yarn. Maybe in my future

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  71. I'm not sure how I found your site. I do know that I had found it some time ago, had your site link saved in my phone, then when I got a new phone I list everything I had saved. I've been following the Hookeraholic on fb, and that's how I going your page for the second time. I have never worked with hand spun yarn before. But I'm very interested in the process of how yarn is made. I think it would be fun to craft your own yarn.

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  72. I'm not sure how I found your site. I do know that I had found it some time ago, had your site link saved in my phone, then when I got a new phone I list everything I had saved. I've been following the Hookeraholic on fb, and that's how I going your page for the second time. I have never worked with hand spun yarn before. But I'm very interested in the process of how yarn is made. I think it would be fun to craft your own yarn.

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  73. I found you on the Hookeraholic fb page. I have never worked with hand spun yarn. It is very beautiful!

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  74. I found you on fb somehow! Lol, I just don't remember from what page. I've never used hand spun yarn, haven't really got to use much yarn actually since I'm still pretty new to crochet. I love it though! :)

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  75. I was on Facebook in the Hookeraholic site.

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  76. I had come across some your designs on Ravelry, quite some time ago. You have "my" kind of humour too. Today, I saw The Hookeraholic promote your 4k celebration. Huge Congratulations on your milestone. I have crocheted with some homespun....a knitter friend of mine taught a dyeing class at our city's fall fair a couple of years ago....it was so much fun.....and omg, handspun? Delish!!! Diana Pincombe, Ontario

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  77. What a beautiful pattern! I haven't worked much with chunky yarn but I'm excited to get started on one of these. The big decidion: do I give it to one of my 3 daughters or keep it for myself??? lol.. Thank you for your lovely generosity. I found you through Hookeraholic's site and her amazing giveaways!

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  78. What a beautiful pattern, I found you through Facebook, have never used this type of yarn. Thank you

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  79. I can't remember how I found you, probably from a Giveaway on Facebook. I have never used handspun yarn, but I've been wanting to buy some.

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  80. Congratulations FB Hookeraholic

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  81. found you on Facebook. Looking forward to trying my hand at this. Thank You

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  82. A wonderful post for The Hookerholic! Can't wait to try out the pattern!

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  83. I found you through a link on Facebook Ravelry patterns. I have never worked with hand spun yarn. I'm just now in the last 6 months branching out from acrylic yarns after 37 years of crocheting. I have to be careful because some of the people I make things for are allergic or don't care for the feel of wool. Thank you offering this pattern. I'm looking forward to making this cowl for myself once I am finished with my Christmas gifts I'm making.

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  84. Very sweet and gracious of you to give away patterns for free. Thank you ever so much!

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  85. Very sweet and gracious of you to give away patterns for free. Thank you ever so much!

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  86. I found you through a Facebook posting. Congrats on your 4K, thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern �� I have not used hand spun yarn, but I would love to ��

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  87. I found you through fb on hookeraholic. I have not had the opportunity to use any handspun yarns yet, but hope to do so really soon.

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  88. Found you thru The Hookeraholic Crochet fb page. Never tried handspun yarn yet but I'd love to someday! Congrats on the 4K and thank you for the freebies!

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  89. Found you thru The Hookeraholic Crochet fb page. Never tried handspun yarn yet but I'd love to someday! Congrats on the 4K and thank you for the freebies!

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  90. I found you on Ravelry Free Pattern Alerts on FB, Thank you for the free patterns.

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  91. I found you when Sick 'Lil Monkeys shared your link on Facebook. ��

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  92. Found you via The Hookeraholic Crochet page! Congratulations on reaching 4K!!!

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  93. Facebook! Yes I have worked with hand spun yarn!

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  94. I found you from fb.. hookeraholic crochet. And no I've never worked with handspun yarn

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  95. I found out about this on sick lil monkeys on fb and never have worked with hand spun yarn

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  96. I found you through Facebook via Sick Lil Monkeys. I think I've used one skein of hand spun yarn.

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  97. I found you through FB by way of Elk Studios group. I've never used handspun yarn. Maybe someday.

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  98. I also found you via a Facebook post from Hookeraholic.

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  99. I also found you via a Facebook post from Hookeraholic.

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  100. Hi found you through facebook. no I have never used handspun yarn

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  101. This was posted by a member of a crochet group on FB. I have never worked with handspun yarn. But I have a ball waiting patiently for me.

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  102. The name of the group is Sistas Crochet.

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  103. The name of the group is Sistas Crochet.

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  104. This was posted by a member of a crochet group on FB. I have never worked with handspun yarn. But I have a ball waiting patiently for me.

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  105. I found you via the Hookeraholic Crochet Facebook page. I haven't worked with handspun yarns yet, but I've been looking in my area for some to start playing with!

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