Show notes for Episode 16
1) First finished object in the FO thread – fastest needles first
2) Chattiest person in the chat thread
3) Most finished objects
4) Random draws from the finished objects thread
5) Best where I live story
Rules:Come join our Where I live KAL. This is to celebrate the Mzansi South Africa on my Needles that has just been released. Come and share about your part of the world. Any project can be entered into the KAL as long as you can tell me how it relates to where you live. Maybe the colours, or the style or just that you need it against the cold, or to cheer you up in the grey. You do not have to knit a pattern from the book, but you do get extra entries for knitting from the collection.
You must be a member to the Pink Hair Girl Designs Ravelry Group
Start Date: 12 October 2014
You can enter any project started between these dates, but not before or after.
You can use your project to join this KAL and others KALs too, just check their rules too.
There will be prizes, I am trying to make the prizes have a very South African feel and will add them as we go.
Every project you finish that you can tie to the theme during this time can be entered.
No limit to the number of times you enter, each entry must just have it’s own post so it gets a number for the draw.
Any pattern and any yarn is welcome, you get 2 extra entries for knitting a pattern from the Mzansi South Africa on my Needles so 3 entries in total for knitting from the collection.
To enter your project, post a picture of the completed item in the FO thread and tag them with PHGwhereIliveKAL. Remember a new post for every completed project.
The thread will be locked the midnight of 31 January 2015 South Africa time and winner(s) drawn using the random number generator on the next podcast following that. ( please note the extension until 31 Jaunuary 2015 to give you more time after the very busy end of the year time)
I will announce the winner on the podcast and earburn you on Ravelry, from that point you have 30 days to contact me to claim your prize or it will be forfeited.
Hope Can rock socks by Judy George in Hartlam Tulbagh base in Toasty colourway
Vanilla socks in Monet colourway 75% superwash merino 25% nylon by Electric Carnation
find her on Hello Pretty
I explain the phrase Now Now and how we use it in South Africa
Thanks for watching