Yo-Yo Giveaway

The giveaway is closed and the winner has been notified.
 Yo Yo’s
Happy Hump Day to all. 
Today’s little goody is a bag full of yo-yo’shttps://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0/?ui=2&ik=d099e3fd89&view=att&th=1412ea0a18d05a3c&attid=0.1&disp=inline&safe=1&zw&saduie=AG9B_P8a9risB8Cn8UISvbVwbm0s&sadet=1379466839609&sads=3r-0g8QY7JrP1OgVSx1MBiZTVcI&sadssc=1
Not the wooden toy kind.
This includes the clover yo yo maker tool in two different sizes.
If you have never made a yo yo using this cool tool, here is a video from Pat Sloan.
Yo yos can be used to make cloth toys, holiday garlands and coverlets. 
If you are interested in getting your hands on these yo yos, 
please leave a comment. 
Winner will be announced Thursday morning, 6:00 am. 
The winner of traditional nothings from yesterdays post is:
Emily Breclaw
said…

Gorgeous neutrals!! (And what, bonus jewel tones? 

Brights are my
absolute favorites). I’m using both neutrals and brights, 
oddly enough,
in a new scrappy pattern, so these fabrics would find 
a happy home and
immediate purpose with me. Thank you for all these 
awesome
opportunities! I’d love to know your fabric storing-secrets.

29 comments

  1. Stephanie says:

    I have not had the chance to make yo yos yet, but did get a lovely pillow from a swap partner one time that had yo yo flowers on them. I loved it and have since wanted to give it a try! Thanks, loving these giveaways!

  2. Sandra says:

    I have thought about making a yo yo project. So, I would definitely be interested in the chance to win these. I think this would be a challenge for me, but a good one. Thank you for the chance to win.

    Sandi Timmons

  3. Miss Jean says:

    We have a group here that makes dresses for little girls in Haiti. One of the ladies loves to make fancy little pockets for the dresses and I would love to give her the yo-yos to sew on them.

  4. Bri Loftis says:

    Awesome. winning would give me th ebest excuse for starting another project! Thanks for the opportunity! Also, I read some of your older posts – I think You have more fun on your job than I do on mine!

  5. Mom C says:

    I started a yo-yo quilt about 40 years ago. I used up all my extra fabric (I was a clothes sewer in those days) and put them away. I haven't seen that box since. I need some hand crafting and I like yo-yos for garnishes. Thanks.

  6. Lisa Rogers says:

    I would love to win the yo-yos. They would be great to use as flowers on the 7 pieced doll quilts I am piecing for my 7 granddaughters for Christmas to snuggle their new baby dolls in. Thanks for the chance to win!

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