2021 July Yarn and Hook Giveaway

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Our 2021 July Yarn and Hook Giveaway prize pack includes a beautiful package of yarn from Brine Dyeworks and a Happy Yellow Furls Odyssey Crochet Hook.

Charity sent me some yarn to play with too – check out my yarn review and the free crochet pattern I created using 4 colors from the Dirty Rainbow Set.

2021 Monthly Yarn and Hook Giveaway – July

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July 2021 Yarn and Hook Giveaway

This month our prize pack includes:

Brine Dyeworks

About the Yarn

Brine Dyeworks: Dirty Rainbow Sock Set

  • Light Fingering Weight Yarn (4-ply yarn).
  • 75/25 Merino Sock: 75% Superwash-treated Merino and 25% Nylon
  • Colors: Soot (50 g/321 yds) and Plum Jam, Brulee, Bosc, Nori, and An Oily Swell (each 20 g/92yds)
  • Recommended Hook Size: 3.5 mm (E)

Meet the Dyer

A bit about Charity and Brine Dyeworks:

This whole yarn dyeing thing started because I couldn’t find the “right” colorways to knit a particular shawl. Not one to back down once I have my heart something, I signed up for a yarn dyeing class at my LYS, thinking “oh, I’ll do this, and then I’ll dye what I need, and that’ll be that”… 48 hours later, I had watched hours of dyeing videos on YouTube, and ordered a bunch of bare skeins and dye powders. The rest is history. I launched Brine Dyeworks in April of 2020, and have been thrilled to watch my business grow over the past year, pandemic and all!

I used to be a chef, so my inspirations draw heavily from food. I love tonals and semi-solids, and gravitate towards deep, saturated jewel tones, and dark, moody colorways. I love knitting socks, and doing stranded colorwork, and I think both of these craft preferences influence my colorways and the bases I stock in my shop.

Charity, Brine Dyeworks

Charity has given us an exclusive discount code for 15% off your total purchase from her shop! Simply enter the code OOMBAWKA15 at checkout to receive a 15% discount. No minimum purchase. One use per customer. Valid from now until July 31, 2021 at 11:59 pm MST. *Exclusions: Does not include Veg Club, Color in Film Mini Skein Club, Winter Solstice Box or dyed-to-order yarn. May not be combined with other discount codes / promotions.*

Here’s how you can enter for a chance to win this month’s Crochet Prize Pack!

First, Follow Us Online:

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Charity (Brine Dyeworks) Instagram

This giveaway is open worldwide where Allowed by Law.
Void in Quebec.

Start Date: July 17, 2021; 12:00 am ET
End Date: July 31, 2021; 11:59 pm ET

Enter Our 2021 Monthly Yarn and Hook Giveaway for July Here

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July 2021 Yarn and Hook Giveaway

This month’s beautiful yarn prize pack was provided by Charity Millard from Brine Dyeworks. This month’s hook was provided by The Stitchin’ Mommy and Oombawka Design Crochet.

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  1. I would make a shawl or Cardigan. Thank you for the chance to win. Good Luck Ladies !

  2. If I were to win this, I would either make some kind of wall art or dolls/stuffed animals.

  3. I would make a scarf, not sure what pattern yet, but I will find one 🙂

  4. This yarn would be great for a colorwork shawl, I need the practice!

  5. I would probably try my hand at socks, I have not made any yet!!
    Thanks for the chance to win these awesome prizes.

  6. I think I’d make something for my granddaughter – maybe a poncho or a jumper.