Thursday, May 9, 2013

Wooden Button Giveaway with Pymatuning Crafts

Last week, I posted about the buttons I got from PymatuningCrafts. I got cherry, apple and yew. All super pretty. I had a really hard time deciding on just the three packs to get. They were packaged nicely, and labeled so I would know what they were. Not to mention, SUPER fast shipping! Especially considering there was an international border! I haven't actually used any yet, but I can't stop going through the bags and playing with them constantly. They feel amazing! So soft and smooth. I have lots of plans for them, starting with some of the baby hats I've been working on lately. I can't wait to share those projects with all of you!

I talked with Leigh about the buttons, told her how much I loved them, and asked if she wanted to do a giveaway on my blog. She happily said yes! So here it is! There are lots of entry options, some of which you can repeat daily, so make sure you read all the details. The entry will close May 17, at 12:00am, and is open to residents of USA and Canada. Good luck!
If you can't wait to win them, and you'd rather purchase, you can use the code SPRING10 to save 10% on your entire purchase (excluding shipping)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

48 comments:

  1. Hats of course!

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  2. I would is them to make headbands and tie backs

    jmbarata21@hotmail.com

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  3. Oooh those are pretty! I don't know what I would use them for... cowls maybe?

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  4. hats I think! It would be hard to decide because they're just so incredible.

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  5. I'm a HUGE fan of Pymatuning's buttons and use them to embellish my newborn items. They're the best natural wood buttons around!

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  6. I would put them on my gadget cozies! :)

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  7. I would love to add these as an accessory piece for beanies!

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  8. I would use these for hats for sure :)

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  9. They would be perfect for my handspun scarves!

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  10. Showcased on cute little baby hats =)

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  11. I would use them in the garland in our nursery!

    darlingcupcakez@gmail.com

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  12. Decor for my brother's wedding. :)

    ~Abigail and Jo

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  13. They'd be perfect on a cardigan I have planned. The yarn is sitting in my stash waiting.

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  14. I'd use them on the gnome costumes I'm making my boys!

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  15. I would add these to a cowl i'm knitting!

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  16. I would put them on ebook cases I make. Thanks

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  17. I have so many cardigans planned. I would love to use these on a couple of them! Beautiful!

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  18. I have a great coat that would be awesome with these buttons. ambrerose at(aol) dot(com)

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  19. I have a sweater that is currently sans buttons and the natural wood would be a great touch.

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  20. I think these buttons would look great or a jacket, or detail on a hat or gloves. firefox 9 at (prodigy) dot (net)

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  21. I'd put them on a felt vest.
    hearpere at yahoo dot com

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  22. These would be cute on hair bands or hats!

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  23. I have a few baby surprise jackets, just begging for these buttons!!

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  24. I would use them on handknits - either fancy cuff buttons or hats!

    (BTW, I have a sock yarn giveaway on my blog right now, if anyone is interested.)

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  25. I would use them on a sweater I am making.

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  26. Cardigans, of course!

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  27. Knitting! I work for a yarn company and next month we'll be shooting photos of garments and I thought that these buttons would look fantastic on the right sweater!

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  28. I just knit my first sweater, and I plan on knitting more this year. I would definitely use the buttons for a sweater!

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  29. they are cool looking buttons not sure what my wife would use them for tho

    sousasurveys@hotmail.com

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  30. I am learning to knit, so I would save these to use for a special project after I get better at it! Maybe a sweater! :)

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  31. I would love to put them on a knitted vest I am making

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  32. The buttons would be great on a cabled vest.

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  33. I have a sweater in the works that would be perfect for these lovely rustic buttons.

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  34. Those are lovely! Would be great to win them.

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  35. I love natural buttons! They are so versatile! Thx for the giveaway!
    Luv2CUSmile on Ravelry...

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  36. Beautiful buttons! Please sign me up for the giveaway!
    Vintagetailor on Ravelry

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  37. I love these buttons and would like to use them on a knit cardigan!

    StaceyKnitsIt ravelry

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  38. those are so beautiful! right now i'm making a long-sleeved, closed version of the Shalom Cardigan. those would be just perfect! they're just so amazing!

    Pagecsa on Ravelry

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  39. Many thanks to Nicole and PymatuningCrafts for this pretty giveaway!! :)

    Purlescence @ ravelry

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  40. I would use them to decorate my crocheted key fobs

    recupefashion@hotmail.com

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  41. I will use them on my shawls and hats I have created.. Unique buttons YESSSSS..
    Purplefrog5 on RAV

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  42. The buttons are really lovely. I would use them for the cardigan I plan to knit for myself, and any remaining ones I would use for knitted coffee mug holders.
    knit2undo2 @ Ravelry

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