It's open to all and you don't have to do anything other than provide me with a means to contact you if you win.
I am still putting those names 'in the hat', so to speak, just in case 1) you contact me in the meantime to update me with your info or 2) divine intervention strikes and I can somehow magically figure out who you are. lol But if I can't contact you, obviously, then you can't win. I could, perhaps, put a shout out to Jane T. Smith here on the blog but then anybody could claim to be that person and I would be none the wiser, so that seems hardly fair either. Lesson learned: next giveaway I think I'll just ask that EVERYBODY email me if they want to enter. Problem solved, right? :)
Well, there was a firstly, so I feel I must put a 'Secondly' here but I don't know that I have anything so important left to say for there to be a 'secondly'. Hmmm..
Does anybody else read/stalk the Needled knitting blog? It's absolutely divine. She posts such beautiful pictures of Edinburgh from her many hikes around the area and every time she does, I immediately want to sell my house, pack up my stuff and move there AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
I mean, LOOK AT THIS:
(Her photo, not mine. Please click the link to her blog to see more like it)
It's like a fairylandmagicplaceofmagicalthings and I *have* to go there some day.
All bets off as to whether or not I come BACK though if I do. lol
Oh, I did finish my mittens AND my Blackbird designs July stockings (a month late..........ssshhh.........nothing to see here.....move on..move on...) but I'm still working on photos for those. It's rained the last three days in a row so picture taking has been rather random and dreary. (Though I think the mitten snaps I got this afternoon might work. Might. Will have to work on those later.)
And LASTLY, just to follow the whole 'ly' theme, is there any end to the different ways I can churn out Halloween beads? Apparently not. Here is another new I did this week:
Frog in a Pot. Witch's Brew. Whole Heap of Trouble. It's Starting to GET WARM IN HERE. Poor froggie. I boiled him up for greater good of beady-ness. Heh.