Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Wednesday Wellspring: Woolhead Works

Bubbling up from the well this week is a holiday original from Woolhead Works!

The artist knit this stocking with 100% wool yarn in a cozy looking, natural white. She chose moss stitch for the body of the stocking to emphasize the woolly texture. Because of its charming simplicity, this stocking has the flexibility to coordinate with a variety of decor schemes. To jazz it up and suit your style, you might add a ribbon, pom poms, or some holly to the loop on the cuff, if you like. Or you could put some stocking stuffers inside, and give it away to a lucky recipient.

This stocking is 12" long from cuff to toe, and 3.5" wide at the leg.

Don't throw this stocking in the washer/drier: it will felt right up (100% wool)! If you need to clean it, it is recommended to hand wash in cool water with mild soap, and laying flat to dry.

You can see Woolhead Works this Friday at RNEST's Craftmas event at The Hungerford Building. Stop by for a meet and greet with the artist!

And now for the rules (This giveaway is open to the US & Canada residents only.):

MANDATORY ENTRY #1: Go to Woolhead Works, heart the shop, and then leave a comment here telling me your favorite item.

MANDATORY ENTRY #2: Become a follower of this blog and leave a comment letting me know- or if you are already, leave a comment saying you're a loyal follower.

BONUS ENTRIES (leave a separate comment for each):

1. "Like" RNEST on Facebook .
2. "Like" Woolhead Works on Facebook
3. Follow Woolhead Works' artistic blog
4. Follow Woolhead Works on Twitter
5. Tweet and blog about this giveaway and leave a coment here with the link.

The winner will be chosen using the random number generator on Tuesday, December 6th and will be announced in the next Wednesday Wellspring.

28 comments:

  1. My favorite item in the Woolhead Works Etsy shop is "brown with blue textured stripes" hat!

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  2. I am truly a loyal follower of this Blog and a handmade giveaway maniac.

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  3. I agree, that hat is lovely! Would love it in brown with orange textured stripes! So Kool! Makes me wish I could knit!!

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  4. I'm a follower of the RNEST blog!

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  5. I "Like" Woolhead Works on Facebook.

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  6. I put a link to this giveaway on my Artist Page:
    http://www.facebook.com/HeatherVitticore

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  7. I hearted Woolhead Works' shop, and I like the purple knitted hat!

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  8. Am already a loyal follower of this blog.

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  9. I 'liked' Woolhead Works on FB.

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  10. I 'favorited' Woolhead Works and I quite like their Classic Wool Hat in beige!

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  11. I <3 the Rustic Gray Scarf
    And Woolhead Works shop as well!

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  12. And of course I follow the RNEST blog!

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  13. Annnnd I twitted about the giveaway. Yay RNEST!
    http://twitter.com/#!/SoftShellCrafts

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  14. Hearted the shop and my favorite item is the Handknit Hat - brown with blue textured stripes.So cute!

    bd_657(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  15. Loyal follower!

    bd_657(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  16. "Like" RNEST on Facebook under Berendina Dykema.

    bd_657(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  17. "Like" Woolhead Works on Facebook under Berendina Dykema.

    bd_657(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  18. Follow Woolhead Works' artistic blog under Berendina Dykema.

    bd_657(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. Following Woolhead Works on Twitter.
    @TheArtOfBaking

    bd_657(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  20. I hearted the shop -- username bokononist, and my favorite item is the Handknit Hat in Mediterranean blue with zigzags.

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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  21. following you via GFC

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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  22. following Woolhead Works on twitter @mrsclutterbuck

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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  23. following Woolhead Works' blog via GFC

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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