Comment to Win: Baby Afghan Kits from Plymouth Yarn!

Posted by on Aug 13, 2012

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*Update* Congratulations to our two winners, PC Pat and distracteddebra!

Courtesy of Plymouth Yarn, two lucky CraftFoxes members will each win a complete baby afghan kit! Each kit includes four balls of Dreamland and three balls of Dreamland Fancy along with a hard copy of small baby afghan pattern F342 (pattern available as free download here). 

A family owned business for 45 years, Plymouth Yarn offers the finest quality and newest styles in yarn. You can find Plymouth Yarns exclusively at your local yarn shop, where you can also ask about Plymouth bookspatternsneedles and notions.

Don't miss the free knitting and crocheting patterns offered on the Plymouth Yarns website, and make sure that you check out the blog and Facebook page so you can keep up on the latest news from Plymouth.

Comment to win!

To enter this giveaway courtesy of Plymouth Yarn, just leave a comment on this post by Monday, August 20 at 11:59pm EST. We'd love to hear what your favorite Plymouth yarn is. Are you still new to Plymouth? Check out their yarn selection here and let us know which you'd like to try out first!

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  • by cnuland
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    Looks like a beautiful kit!

  • by thedianimal
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    I've never used Plymouth yarn, but I definitely want to try the Baby Alpaca Grande.

  • by celestin1
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    I like the Passion Ice - Ruffle Yarn

  • by christy.maxfield
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    I've never used Plymouth yarn but I am an avid crocheter - scarves and baby blankets are my staples. Just today I was at a baby shower and made a new friend bonding over the gifts we made, respectively. Crochet gives me a great sense of accomplishment. It is so satisfying to make things with your own hands and make those you know and love happy by sharing your creations. Teaching myself to crochet - inspired by the crafty women in my life - is one of the best things I've ever done! I'd love to make my next project with Plymouth yarn!

  • by distracteddebra
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    Love the yarn and would love to make an afghan!

  • by derry04
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    I am very new to knitting,I love the different styles and colors but would really need to feel the yarn to pick a fave or more.Being new to knitting I think such a great prize could really help me along in several ways.Thank-you for the great give away chance.Becky

  • by pc pat
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    pc pat

    If I win this kit I will donate the finished project to the Linus Project.

  • by malleegirl
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    Wonder where my other post went to???? I have two grandbabies due in the next few months - would LOVE to win some blankie yarn for one of them!!

  • by marie.havrankova.5
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    Bazinga looks great! And all the baby alpacas, lace etc.

  • by figgys patterns
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    figgys patterns

    Thank you for the giveaway! I love all Pylmouth Alpaca yarns, of course!

  • by jaydawnrn
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    I love Plymouth Yarns...pretty much all of them! This would be such a huge win for me. My family has MANY little ones to knit for this year, and a set of twins due in November that could use a blanket

  • by debrajwebb
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    Lovely prize giveaway! Beautiful crafter items!

    Blessings Namaste'

  • by casemgr
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    I love the baby alpaca grande!!

  • by zachandzoesmom
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    Beautiful yarn!!! thank-you for giving me a chance to win it!!

  • by chrisdewolfsnyder
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    I love making baby gifts, and with a few in the family on the way, this would be awesome! I haven't tried Plymouth, but would love to!

  • by venetia.smith1
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    The entire selection of Plymouth yarn looks lovely and very tempting, but I haven't tried any as of yet. I am used to working with 100-percent Acrylic but eager to try working with natural fibers. The majority of Plymouth yarn being a mixture of both Acrylic and natural fibers makes it even more appealing. My favorite projects are baby afghans and blankets, so I would probably try Dreamland, Jelli Beenz, or Jeannee for my first project using Plymouth yarn.

  • by elizabeth.raucci
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    Have several baby items to make this year. WOuld love to try a new yarn and pattern. Always looking for new ideas

  • by mittenqueen
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    Beautiful ---can't wait to win and give this yarn a try. I really like all the Plymouth yarns I've used so far.