March 1st, 2013

Dream in Color Spring Giveaway!

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It is time once again to have another giveaway with one of Dream in Color’s lovely hand dyed yarns along with a stylish scarf pattern. This month’s yarn is called Perfectly Posh Sport, and the colors are reminiscent of early spring flowers; think crocus, pansy and violet!

The fiber is 70% wool/10% cashmere/10% silk/10% mohair, and has shades of deep, earthy greens, rich purples and pale pinks, with hints of the blue-grey of Spring skies peeking through. With 320 yds per skein you have plenty of yardage for Kay Dahlquist’s Trinity Scarf.

I love finding the perfect little project to use up one skein of gorgeous yarn. This scarf has the most clever little feature, a built in French loop to keep your scarf perfectly in place. As an added bonus your gauge swatch IS the the first section of your edging!

Do you have a perfect one-skein project or a favorite scarf pattern? Do you already have ideas for what you’d do with a skein of Perfectly Posh Sport if you won?

Leave a comment below by 3/07/13, 11:59 pm EST to be entered into the March drawing for one skein of Dream in Color Perfectly Posh Sport along with the Trinity Scarf pattern. There will be 10 lucky winners! Be sure to check the blog on Friday March 8th to see if your name was picked.

Best of Luck!


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1,305 Responses to “Dream in Color Spring Giveaway!”

  1. Gardengranny Says:

    Beautiful yarn. I would love to see it as a shawl.

  2. Cricketswool Says:

    This is so-o-o beautiful! I’ve been working out the pattern for a bias-knit mobius cowl with short rows that would be perfect in this yarn!

  3. Barb Logie Says:

    Received my skein of Perfectly Posh yarn today and its just beautiful! It was a lovely surprise when I collected my mail, and I can’t wait to get started on a project–likely the Trinity scarf pattern enclosed with the yarn. Thanks again to Webs and Dream in Color!

  4. Shay Says:

    Gorgeous! Thanks

  5. Janet Cobb Says:

    So lovely and I have a pattern very similar to the Trinity pattern shown!

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