3.06.2012

A Video Review and Giveaway

I'm spending the week filming my new class with Craftsy and I decided it would be fun to have a video review/giveaway while I was gone!

If you were active in my Ravelry Group for the Mystery KAL you got to witness us all drooling over these yarn spinners.  I even did a mini-giveaway for the KAL participants for one.  David, the woodworker behind Craftiness, offered a spinner for my blog and I just couldn't say no!


Okay... if you made it through that whole video you now know I am a total goof... and should really edit more! (and somehow the video got smushed... so I am looking just a little thinner than usual : )! )

So, leave a comment here by March 13th at noon and I'll pick a lucky winner, don't forget to leave a way to get in touch with you.  David, from Craftiness, will be shipping the spinner to the lucky winner. 


333 comments:

  1. The yarn spinner looks so neat. I bet you dont have tangled yarn at the end with it.

    skaro964 at comcast dot net

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  2. What an awesome idea! I want it!

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  3. I *love* those yarn spinners!! Such an awesome idea!!

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  4. Wow - what a neat toy! Coincidentally my birthday is March 13 and how fun would it be to win this!

    womdigo@gmail.com

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  5. Oooh fancy! I'd love one. Thank you for the chance.

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  6. That yarn spinner looks so cool and functional. Pick me, Pick me, Pick me...

    Katbrown on Rav.

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  7. I would really use a yarn spinner - I do a fair amount of work with lace-weight and you know you have to pull that from the outside of the ball ;)

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  8. Oh wow what a super handy and beautiful accessory for knitting. I would LOVE to have one.

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  9. What an excellent giveaway!!

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  10. This is genius! I am getting one of these if I don't win it here. Thanks so mu h for sharing this!

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  11. What a lovely, functional idea! I think it would even fit into the project bag I take to Stitch-In nights, which would be awesome!

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  12. That is such a neat idea! Love it. Thanks for sharing.
    meganburke83@gmail.com

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  13. o my goodness that is cleaver and amazing! want Want WANT!

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  14. I love the spinner - I checked out the maker's Etsy page, and they look beautifully made, especially the cherry.
    Oddly enough, these knit spinners came up in a conversation I had over the weekend while at a Nalbinding class - the instructor was raving about them, and when I got home I started Googling them but held off a purchase, but these are absolutely beautiful. Crossing my fingers.

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  15. What a neat idea! I could see my cat freaking out if I worked with a yarn spinner while knitting.

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  16. What a cool idea! And I love that it's handmade, so it's as beautiful as it is functional.

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  17. Laura, this lovely wood art is so gorgeous - something that just wants to be caressed. But more than just a pretty face, it's so practical to boot.
    This creative idea put to beautiful woods is just the thing to get us knitting even more than ever.
    Would love to win and if not
    will be checking out David's website.
    hugs
    Gerry

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  18. This yarn spinner looks so cool, yet incredibly practical. My yarn is always rolling around somehwhere where it shouldn't. I'd love to try it! Thanks for doing the giveaway!

    - Eva

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  19. I have been lusting after one of these spinners since I saw it at a fiber show. I had to decide between more yarn or a spinner- of course yarn won at the time. Winning one would be overthetop fabulous.

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  20. I was thinking about a yarn bowl but this looks even better - it won't break!

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  21. You are hi-larious:) I want a yarn spinner!!!! I will buy one if I don't win.

    Have fun in Denver! You are so good.

    Susan

    (susanbanderson on ravelry)

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  22. first, you are not a goof!!

    second, OMG, I went to the Etsy shop and they are all beautiful!!

    not done with Kinetik yet...but I will finish.

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  23. Great give-away! Thanks for the chance! Have a blast in Denver and I'll catch up with you on the flip side!
    Betz

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  24. That is totally cool!
    Craftysly on Ravelry

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  25. I really liked your video! The spinner looks so cool and I'd love to have it! Thanks for hosting this giveaway. Have fun in Denver!

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  26. Those are so cool!! He uses some very pretty wood, too! Thanks for the giveaway! I've marked his store in my favorites on etsy!

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  27. I would so love a spinner so I could stop using my grandchildren's Fischer Price Stack Em base!!!!! It doesn't spin but does hold a ball of yarn quite nicely.

    dlhanlon@iowatelecom.net

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  28. What a great idea--and looks so nicely made. Thanks for a great giveaway.

    Inkdarkmoon on Rav

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  29. Ooooo, I'd love to have a spinner. They are very cool, indeed.

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  30. Wow, that's awsome! No more yarn balls tumbling across the floor for the cats to chase! Yay!

    Lindaran on Rav

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  31. OOh it gorgeous. No fluff on your ball with that, no wandering under the sofa. I'm not sure what my cat would think.

    Anita

    anita.cross@ntlworld.com

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  32. Wow, that is such a nifty idea, and they are beautiful. There's something so satisfying about gorgeous handmade wooden tools.

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  33. Both I and my cat would LOVE to have one of these beautiful yarn spinners (he chases my feet when I am asleep--there is no chance that this won't become his new favorite toy)

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  34. My sister bought me a nostepinne from David's shop last Christmas. I have to say that it is not only a beautiful work of art, but also perfectly balanced and such a joy to work with!

    Needless to say, I reeeeeaallly want one of these spinners!!

    You can find me on Ravelry @ PrincessMommie

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  35. I've been wanting a yarn spinner for a long time and to have a chance to win such a beautiful, handmade one is very exciting! Thanks for the contest. Hope I win!

    (YarnyDragonfly on Ravelry)

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  36. This is the coolest tool ever and one I've been lusting after ever since I saw it in the Kinetic KAL. I'd be over the moon to win this! Pick me!!! :-)

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  37. So cool! Thanks for the chance to win.

    jenboh on ravelry

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  38. I've wanted one since the photo appeared on the Kinetik kal. His woods are sooo beautiful. I would display it (along with yarn) in a place of prominence. Oh, I guess that would be near my chair as I knit! It really is a piece of art. And you weren't goofy. It was nice to hear your relaxed voice since most of your communications are written.

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  39. What a neat idea! I'd love to have one of these.

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  40. What a clever tool. No more collapsing yarn balls! I wonder how it would work for plying...
    Hmmm...

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  41. What a clever tool. No more collapsing yarn balls! I wonder how it would work for plying...
    Hmmm...

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  42. That is SO COOL! No more tangled yarn - how neat is that?? My dog will leave it alone so it would be my special knit toy! My needles are crossed - please pick me.

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  43. AWESOME INVENTION!!!!

    Thank you so much for the chance to win, and good luck everyone!!!

    OneOfTheHive on Twitter/Ravelry

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  44. What a beautiful tool. Looks fun, too. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  45. One more way for my karma to make knitting an adventure!
    Good luck to all, happy knitja'ing!

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  46. I absolutely LOVE this!! I find that if I am knitting from a bag or off a table my yarn always ends up on the floor or worse in knots!!

    I have tried knitting from a kitchen bowl but it does not seem close in comparison to the ease of use as this...

    Dreaming for one in GA!

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  47. I have a yarn bowl, and that works for smaller balls of yarn, but this yarn spinner would work for all sizes of yarn balls.

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  48. This could solve all my problems. It's seriously genius!

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  49. Haha! I loved your comment, "This is NOT a sit-and-spin so don't even think that it is!"
    This tool is not only totally useful, but really beautiful too! There is none of that "jump-around" problem with knitting from a bowl. I would love to own it!

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  50. I would love a spinner! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

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  51. Thanks for offering the opportunity
    elizabeth carol

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  52. What a cool thing - would stop me from chasing my yarn when it has rolled off onto the floor! Really excited about the new crafsty class - ready to sign up when it gets lauched. Happy knitting.

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  53. Very neat!
    Jessica, monkeybuttbabies on ravelry

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  54. How cool! I hate when my yarn gets into a tangled mess or smooshed as it get used up! Even if I don't win I'm going to buy one!

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  55. I must confess, I like walking the aisles of Home Depot to find all the neat tools available to fix things. However, I LOVE cruising the aisles/threads of Ravelry and finding the awesome and beautiful items people make and share. Thanks for the KA, Laura, and the video of the yarn spinner! (I want the next video to have the cat checking out the spinner :)

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  56. I've never seen anything like this! Very, very cool. WANT! Megynn on ravelry.

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  57. That is a nice giveaway. Thanks, Laura I would love to have one.

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  58. That is a nice giveaway. Thanks, Laura I would love to have one.

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  59. That looks awesome - and the video was super cute!!!

    Ravelry: jhoops7

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  60. What a great idea! Looks fun. czsknits on ravelry

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  61. This is awesome! I didn't see a link to Dave's etsy shop but I am going hunting. PICK ME!! Karencreates on ravelry.

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  62. Your video was great - it's wonderful to see the yarn spinner in use. It's beautiful.

    KnitFoolDeirdre on Ravelry

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  63. Love that spinner! lseidl on ravelry

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  64. I enjoyed your video, and have never seen a yarn spinner before. What a wonderful idea! Yet another knitting object to wish for! alaPenelope on Ravelry

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  65. i have been wanting one of these since i saw someone using one in a knitting class i took!

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  66. Well, isn't that just a nifty nifty idea! My thong would love it!
    Dana
    danaw52@hotmail.com

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  67. Love it-- a new toy! Thanks for the contest.
    ditetre(at)mac(dot)com

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  68. I don't think you're any goofier than me! I would love to win a yarn spinner. Shannon - jonathanshannon@hotmail.com

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  71. What beautiful work! I will definitely mark his shop as a favorite, in case I don't win. Thanks for sharing this tool with us.
    jtrknit@gmail.com

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  72. How cool! You don't have to chase your yarn all over the floor. I hope I win one.
    Francis

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  73. What a practical and beautiful item! I'd love it.

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  74. TessDoodlefrog on RavelryMarch 7, 2012 at 5:31 PM

    I really hoped I'd win the one during the KAL : (
    Now I get another chance : ) Yay!
    This beauty would be so lovely in my knitting realm.

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  75. I love this tool. I could use it when plying, too.

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  76. Love the spinner. Would really help with my knitting projects.

    bsarant@hoflink.com

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  77. The fact that you liked it just makes it a MUST to own one like it! I think you started a trend and a new addiction! Must have one...as of NOW!!!

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  78. I saw these at my LYS. Great idea. By the way, love your site.

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  79. Awesome! My kids would love it to play with!I want one.

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  80. ooh, yes please! how very handy indeed.

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  81. That yarn spinner looks so neat! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

    allirosen(at)hotmail(dot)com
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    alligator on Ravelry :)

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  82. It is such a cool tool !!
    Thanks to David for the giveaway and to you for relaying it !

    ;*

    lanouchette on ravelry

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  83. How cool! That looks like the handiest gadget! Pretty yarn colour too. By the way, My 7 grandchild was born the day you posted this to your blog: Reid was born at 1:58 am March 6 weighing in at 7 lb. 6 oz.

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  84. this is an awesome idea I would love to have one!

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  85. didn't win on your Kinetic KAL . . .maybe this time, or will have to buy mine own!
    mswolpe on ravelry

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  86. Thanks so much for the chance to win!
    Michelle
    antmegmmm@verizon.net

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  87. What a neat yarn spinner! No more runaway yarn! Thanks for the chance to win one.
    Cassie
    cassiemiller820(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  88. I love it! It was my birthday yesterday, so this would be a cool birthday gift for me ;)

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  89. This spinner and your video is great! I like that it's tall enough for the other types of yarn sold. I would love to have one. Thank you for the chance to win and if not I just might have to get one myself. jlblvn@gmail.com

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  90. It looks like fun. Perhaps better than the whole yarn bowl idea? I'll have to give it a whirl!

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  91. Gorgeous! I hope I win :)
    Also, the video was super cute!

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  92. I don't know who will love it more me or my Siamese. New toys are the best!

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  93. Well, I'm at the bottom of a very long list...maybe if I cross my fingers?!

    palmeraubrey@gmaildotcom

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  94. Looks like it would be a wonderful tool to have. My cats hope I win because they think they could really help me with my projects if I had one especially when I'm not home!

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  95. Bonjour,
    Ah, la couleur orange du bois ! This orange-coloured wood is awsome ! And the satiné-finishing process (with sand ! ). A beautiful hand-made item, that we are lucky someone is already able to do.
    Thanks Laura for this give-away.
    Elisabeth.

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  96. The yarn spinner is beautiful both with and without yarn. Thank-you for giving someone the opportunity to win one. I've just finished my first Soutache bracelet using the silk embroidery thread and I love it! Too bad this one is a gift!

    mharrington02atcomcastdotnet

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  97. Oh my gosh, This is something I would love to have! Thank you for showing it to us!

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  98. this looks so awesome! i'd love to win :)

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  99. Thank you for posting this giveaway. I'll have to keep it hidden from all the boys in the house.

    elwkmw(at)gmail(dot)com. ~ Katherine

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  100. What great product. Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  101. Thank you for the Sunday morning laugh. Very funny of you and also a great product.

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  102. Oh dear! My cats would be all over a yarn spinner, I can see hours of fun for them! As if I didn't have a hard enough time keeping them away from all of my string to begin with. Ha! They'd probably like to stick the dog on a yarn spinner and bop him on the muzzle every time he spins back around.

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  103. I found your blog through the Craftsy website where I am signing up for your lace knitting course. This spinner would be great for managing the lace yarn I'll be using.

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  104. Spinning leads to Thinning. Great job.

    Maureen Moffat
    Moreen on RAVELRY

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  105. That spinner looks really cool. Putting my yarn on it and knitting from it is the only kind of spinning I would like to do. The other kind of spinning is a whole new hobby.

    dazie4468@yahoo.com

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  106. Wow, better than both my yarn bowl or yarn bell. So elegant and functional!!

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  107. What a really neat idea, no more chasing the ball of yarn from under my chair while knitting.

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  108. Wow! What a brilliant idea :-) Hope I win. contact me titus2cat AT gmail DOT com

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  109. I love the yarn spinner. I have a yarn bowl, but it is too small for the yarn ball. The yarn spinner would be just the ticket.

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  110. What a nifty idea, my cats will go nuts watching it spin!

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  111. Love the yarn spinner and would love to own one.

    suek1158@msn.com

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  112. I would so love to have this spinner!!! It is a wonderful, functional work of art!

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  113. This would be lovely! I have left yarn on my swift before to knit from, but it's too large and not portable.

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  114. I love this! I will have to buy one if I don't win, though I really hope I do win!!!! Wonderful idea, I am so tired of chasing yarn either because it has pulled out of my bag or because the dog or cat has decided to take off with it!

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  115. I'd love to win one of these. Such a great idea !!

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  116. Looks like a good gadget! Thanks for sharing with all of us...

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  117. What a really neat gadget! I would love to have it and a ball winder. :D I have, yet, to get one. :D Have a great day!

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  118. Wow I can just imagine how much easier it would be to work off of that spinner! I currently have to stop every couple of rows and roll my ball several times down my chest to un-twist the tangling yarn I'm working on. How innovative!

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  119. How cute and very practical!! I would love to win a functional spinner like this. LIKE!

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  120. Oh, how cool! I would love to win this. . . to replace the plastic salad container I am using to hold my yarn. LOL

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  121. Yarn spinner aside (which, btw would help greatly to keep some peace in our house at night, when we're watching telly on the couch and (yes) I'm trying to knit), it is quite interesting to watch a northerner knit! Down south we think our method is a lot quicker - so, how about a knitathon? I haven't had anything to show off to my knitting club yet, and the yarn spinner would be SO cool. Besides, I could start a craze in Australia...

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  122. Love this! Would love to win one!

    pfennessy at verizon dot net

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  123. lol that last comment from Australia was from silly me - renee@otmarmiller.com.au

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  124. OMG...I think this is the greatest invention!!! Just what I need with all the knitting I do. I am always looking for bags, etc...to put my yarn ball into. This would make things soooo easy for me. Would I be able to put two yarn balls stacked for color knitting? Thank you for this opportunity to enter!!
    Mary

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  125. This is so cool!!! It would make my knitting go a lot faster and I can still use my recliner to knit!!! Hope I get it!!!!

    dotldstn@gmail.com

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  126. This thing is so neat! I am learning so much about the wonderful tools out there for knitters and this looks like such an awesome one to have. Thank you so much for the video! sjcorey25@gmail.com

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  127. What a neat creation. I get so tired of chasing my yarn. Awesome.

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  128. I'm the yarn gizmo girl in our knitting group. Would love to have one of these!

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  129. These yarn spinners are so pretty!

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  130. A yarn spinner would be super handy! I'm pretty sure my cats would love it too!!

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  131. Love the looks of this and it seems to be a great tool for knitting.

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  132. That is so neat!! Would love to try one out.

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  133. Yup! This would solve my runaway yarn from scrambling off and the disappearing yarn from hiding inside my couch! - scheryllynn@gmail.com

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  134. Wow this beats my cats undoing my yarn for me.lol. Annmarie1368@live.co.uk

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  135. That is very cool!! Would love one!!

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  136. Beautiful design and sooo practical. I and my cats want want want!

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  137. That looks so cool. Would love to be able to give one a try.

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  139. What a great idea, it would even keep the yarn from falling on the floor & keep it off the car floor while I knit when I am on the road.

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  140. That is amazing! It definitely beats a ziploc bag or having it get tangled in a bag or floor/sofa! I would love one!

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  141. WOW ! vilken snygg & superpraktisk uppfinning !
    Tänk vilken lycka att äga en sådan och slippa använda plastburkar,till den nystan man nystat upp med maskin.
    urmodern@hotmail.com

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  142. Wow! This would be awesome to have! My current method of overturning a chair and using its legs to hold a skein while I try to form a ball leaves much to be desired and usually results in a ruddy mess! What an improvement this would be!
    Sarah Fanning
    revfanning@gmail.com

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  143. secretsfl@yahoo.comMarch 11, 2012 at 6:23 PM

    I LOVE THIS! I've been searching everywhere for some way to make it easier. Found a series of ceramic dishes with a little curl in them and was going to order one, but they look too small for an entire skein. So, I've opted to use what is called a Decoration Bin from Michael's. I don't normally shop at Michael's, but had to waste some time one day so popped in. It's a rectangular decorative bin with handles and no lid, so I have been unwinding balls of yarn into it and pulling the end through the hand as a pseudo guide (sometimes I have creative ideas). But, a spinner looks like it would be the easiest of anything that I have seen. Thanks for the idea!

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  144. loisnat@gmail.comMarch 11, 2012 at 6:23 PM

    it would bw awesome to own a yarn spinner!

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  145. Oh I would love to win that !!!!!

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  146. Now why didn't I think of that!!!! But since I didn't - I would LOVE to have this one!!! If I win, I can be contacted at angelcooper at hotmail dot com.

    Thanks!!

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  147. I'd love to win this. I often spend time chasing my yarn as it rolls off my desk onto the floor and becomes attractive to my cats. I can't wait for your new class! I loved the shawl class.

    contact info: maeve.rawr@gmail.com

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  148. I would love to win the yarn spinner--it's so cute!!
    Karen
    ewenity@yahoo.com

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  149. This is really great! I have watched tutorials and stuff and I am actually trying to do this so I can teach my children. We use so much yarn in so many different projects.Knitting Crochet, crafts etc. But Usually have my hubby hold the yarn while trying to roll it up !!! I also have several baskets that I use that make it easier as it just bounces around everywhere... This seems oh so great!!!
    Dawn Marie
    Dilondmarie@gmail.com

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  150. My husband spent most of last week untangling my yarn ! I should definitely invest in one of these. Even better to win one though ;-)

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  151. Oh, wow! How have I never heard of a yarn spinner before? I've been knitting for years! This is ingenious! Simple yet incredibly practical! I also love the color of yarn you're knitting with, by the way! :)

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  152. What a neat idea!! I've been trying to think of a neat way to keep my yarn from rolling around on the floor!! Love it, and beautiful to look at, too!!

    Madollie@yahoo.com

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  153. This yarn spinner has got to be one of the coolest things I have ever seen!! I have to have one!!

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  154. This yarn spinner looks really cool and a great way to not have tangled yarn.

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  155. What a great item! I have a question...when you buy a skein of yarn do you have to re wrap it in a ball...seems to me I remember doing this years ago but it seems so time consuming.....Good luck to everyone in the contest!

    Lori
    lorimaki3213@gmail.com

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  156. We need beautiful tools to make beautiful things. Love the spinner!
    Terry@tanglehorn.ca

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  157. Oh, that´s practical - and so nicely made out of wood...

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  158. wow that beats my yarn rolling aroung on the grownd gettin dirty
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  159. I've never seen a yarn spinner before -- what a great idea! Would love to win it.

    cseebald at gmail dot com

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  160. I've been dreaming of making one of these...I need it desperately!
    Cece

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  161. That is SO cool. And I NEED one. Pick me! Pick me! Pick me!

    catschiesz@aol.com

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  162. Thanks for the change to win. It would be nice to be able to keep the yarn in one place.

    dsprather@windstream.net

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  163. beautiful woodwork. now i just need a ball winder

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  164. There are so many clever people out there and.....leave it to a man to make our life easier. That spinner is the bomb!!!

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  165. How cool is that? No more ball rolling around on the floor or ending up wrong side up in your knitting bag! Love it!

    mcadele@msn.com

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  166. I can not believe I have not seen a spinner before- after spending 3 hours yesterday untangling my yarn i can see this as a future purchase. Thank you for showing this to us and I am off to Ravelry to join your grouo there too( another thing i discovered now!)

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  167. What a beautiful spinner! It spins so smoothly and the wood is gorgeous.
    So kind to offer one as a giveaway, thank you.
    vmartin@delphax.com

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  168. Jziegler@windstream.netMarch 11, 2012 at 6:48 PM

    Wow, I want one!

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  169. this is so spiffy! i didnt even know this kind of thing existed!

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  170. What a great idea. I'm going to Pin it

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  171. Wow! What a cool idea! Now, why didn't I think of that? Would certainly have to keep it away from my 3 felines. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    p.s. I liked your funny about the Sit-N-Spin! LOL
    - mickeyb@metrocast.net :0)

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  172. I can see why you are drooling over the yarn spinner. I would love to have one myself. Anything to keep the yarn organized is wonderful. Am wondering what you were making for your daughter in the video it looked interesting.

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  173. Wow, just saw your video and the yarn spinner looks like a lot of fun a well as a useful tool. I would love to win one.

    Aanjel571 at yahoo dot com

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  175. Just saw your video and the yarn spinner looks like a wonderful tool.

    Aanjel51 at yahoo dot com

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  176. Wow, my cats won't have to chase the yarn ball around the floor. They can just sit and watch the carosel go around and around and around . . .

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  177. Fantastic idea! I would love to have this! I am handicapped and it would be wonderful to have on the table next to my recliner (where I knit). Does David sell these to the non winners?

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  178. WOW, what an awesome big girl toy, and hand crafted to boot! I would love to win this. Thanks to both you and David!

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  179. Pretty Cool! I would love it.

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  180. Emily....also born in March...would love th win the yarnspinner........I use a lot of 1 ply lace yarn and am for ever chasing my yarn.

    emjack17@hotmail.com

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  181. I want to get into spinning, and this looks like a great tool! Big fan of your designs, keep up the awesome work!

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  182. Handcrafted, made of wood, and for yarn? I'm in heaven :) This would entertain not only me but the cats for hours!
    kyorei at hotmail dot com

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  183. I hope I win, but I'm buying one even if I don't! Sweet idea. :-)

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  184. Are you kidding me? I have dreamed of finding something like this. David, beautiful work. Please let me know hoe to order in case I don't win. Annwheet@yahoo.com

    Keep up the work on your videos!

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  185. I would love to win this!! No more tangled yarn!
    Thanks!
    Ashley.anunciacion@gmail.com

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  186. Cool idea and so pretty as is or as intended for...I would love this..ty for the chance...

    P.S. My cat would see this as a toy:)

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  188. Wow! That is nice. Would it help with all the projects from Adorm? I need something to help me keep my yarn untangled and the spinner would be it. Thanks for the port unity to win it.

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  189. I would love to win one, cause I'll just have to buy one if I don't! :-)

    Ag dot Steinle at gmail dot com

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  190. Fabulous! I live in my rv an knit as I travel. Spinning my way cross country would be awesome!

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  191. THAT is what I've been looking for! I do knitting for a local sanctuary, with some rather unusual yarns. Spinner would be SO much better than the current upside down flower pot!

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  192. Wow! Love how people are always coming up with the coolest ideas! I'm one of those people who never seems to win anything, but would love this so figured I would attempt my luck again!

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  193. I would love to win this yarn spinner! I drag around plastic bowls and have been known to steal them from my unsuspecting children when I come to visit and need something to corral my yarn.

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  194. What a cool toy! It looks like it would really make my life easier. I'd be delighted if you choose me to give it to!

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  195. I would so love to win this yarn spinner! I currently am using plastic bowls to corral my yarn. My Madelinetosh believes that this current method is beneath her! :) gatorgirl40@hotmail.com

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  196. Cool idea and so pretty as is or as intended for...I would love this..ty for the chance...

    P.S. My cat would see this as a toy:)

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  197. Wow what a beautiful spinner, now to find a way to keep the kids at bay!
    Amanda
    Tssnaturopathics@gmail.com

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