Newsletter Contest at Midnightsky Fibers!
Midnightsky Fibersis having a newsletter contest with some great prizes!
Super Bulky handspun yarn in two shiny fuzzy plies. Plenty of halo to go around, get a skein or two to make a winter white hat or scarflette. Spun from the lock lightly before being plied on my big bobbins, this yarn is au natural in color- that is, just as it came off the local (B.C) sheep.
55 yards in this skein of two ply super bulky handspun.
Prize # 2
First Blush of Apple Wool 160 yards
This dk weight was spun as part of a larger series so people could have enough to make a larger project. “Logwood Eggplants” and “Purple Cauliflower and Rhubarb Stripes” are the same weight and can be used with this yarn. 100% wool.
Signing up is simple! Simply go to Midnightsky Fibersand sign up for the newsletter on the top of the page. To sign up just enter your email address and my newsletter will send you a quick email asking you to confirm signing up for the newsletter.
If you are already on the newsletter list already just send me an email at contest(at)Midnightskyfibers(dot)com (please use the same email address you received the email with to keep things simple, thanks!). You can also sign up by creating an account on MidnightskyFibers.com and clicking the check box that you want to receive newsletters.
You can sign up for the contest until March 15th, at which time I will draw the winners from the emails and signups at random- one person for each yarn (I will pick which to send you). I will email the winners of the contest for their mailing addresses within three days of the end of the contest. If I have not heard from the winners after 7 days I will pick a new winner for the unclaimed prize(s).
*Please note that this contest is only available for my US based customers, thanks! The contest costs nothing to sign up for, but you do need to sign up for the mailing list in order to participate, thanks! We don’t share your email address with other businesses- we just send out pertinent shop updates and cool yarn and fiber related news.
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