1st year, Giveaway -

1st Year and a Little Giveaway (Closed)

We officially opened our online shop and started this venture a year ago (6th Sept) and can’t believe all that we have achieved and the amount we have managed to raise for all our selected charities

In the last year we have managed to raise a total of £2605 which has been shared between the following charities

Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity

Badger Trust

MIND - The Mental Health Charity

Celia Hammond Animal Trust

In addition which will count towards next years total we have raised a staggering £2000 for MIND from the Advent Calendars themselves

Therefore I think we can say without a doubt that the total for next years charity donations will easily beat this years numbers

As a little thank you to everyone who has made a purchase from us this year and any who buy from us over the weekend we will add your name to a random draw and 1 of you will get a little thank you giftcard to use against anything in our shop now or in the future

So what about the giveaway?

For your chance to win a 12 Days of Xmas Kit with the extra mystery skein and a large project bag please answer the following question in the comments section of this post by Midnight 9th September 2019 BST

What is your favourite colourway and what charity would you like us to consider donating to in the future (Does not need to be UK based)

Your details will only be used to contact you in the event that you are the winner who will be chosen randomly and this is open worldwide


  • greatminds

    ye gotta laugh..at least I know I’m still having problem with ‘time’. ;p

  • greatminds

    The girls would go crazy over Crystal violet!
    I would love The Stroke Foundation of Australia to be considered. Thank you m’lovely… for everything. xo

  • Dawn Zehr

    The parallel universe colourway is amazing. I’d love to see donations go to Love 146, which works towards the abolition of child trafficking and exploitation.

  • Michelle M

    Beautiful site and wonderful mission. All of your colors are brand new to me, and Blue Vitriol is catching my eye. A charity to consider is ProLiteracy.

  • Anita Smyth

    Sapphyrin definitely and doctors without borders

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