Great Giveaways on AllFreeCrochet

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Our friends at AllFreeCrochet have a few awesome giveaways going on right now, including this new Zpagetti yarn from Lion Brand. Enter today for your chance to win two skeins of this unique yarn that’s created from remnants of recycled fabric. Zpagetti yarn is a bulky weight fabric yarn that is available in both solids and prints; because of the repurposed nature of this product, every skein is a limited edition.

We have two skeins of solid Zpagetti yarn to give away: one black and one white. The contest ends tomorrow, January 30, so enter right now for your chance to win!


We’re also giving away one copy of Amigurumi On The Go by Ana Paula Rimoli. This great book features 30 patterns especially for kids. These fun-filled patterns include bags, backpacks and more. You’ll find adorable crochet patterns for both boys and girls alike.

Enter to win this book right here. The contest ends ends February 6, 2013.

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  1. jeannette says

    i have been crocheting since i was 16yrs old – a friend of mine gave me a lesson or two and that hooked me for life! here we are 50 yrs later and still working it!

  2. Linda McDiffitt says

    I would like to learn how to knit, that would be my new stitch. I do a lot of crocheting. Love it! I would like to try that new yarn giveaway.


  3. susan bennett says

    I have just started back to knitting & crocheting and I enjoy learn all the new stitches. You have some great patterns.

  4. Jo Ann Lecuyer says

    How intriguing. A yarn from recycled materials. I am all for it. I try to be as green I can. Is it available at the larger chain craft stores? I don’t think I have seen it at AC Moore or Michaels. I would love to experiment with it and hopefully able to use is more often.

  5. joan says

    Well, can only say I heard about this type of yarn here. Can you crochet an knit with it this size? Would love to try it out.

  6. cathy worrall says

    I just saw/ touched this at the store the other day… i wondered about the ease of working with it and would LOVE to try it!!

  7. Marjorie Ononiua says

    I would love to learn alot of different stitches. I would really like to learn the butterfly stitch. I love to crochet. There is a lot to learn.

  8. Joanie lawson says

    I’m glad you are around because I don’t have anybody to share with any crocheting. But I do loved ones who enjoy whatever I make.

  9. Shirley McLerran says

    I would greatly appreciate anything that would help me to learn new things and try new things. I’m a beginner that welcomes any new info of any kind!!

  10. Carolyn Ming says

    Thank you for this giveaway. I would enjoy working with this yarn. I have worked with a lot of differant kinds of materials in my crochet projects. I am excited about getting a chance to work with this yarn. : )

  11. Janet Luttrell says

    Enjoy all your patterns, have used lots crochet and knitting. Thanks for all the free patterns. Your site will keep me busy for a long time crafting and just spending time looking.
    Thank you,

  12. Jackie Barnes says

    I have been knitting and crocheting since I was 14 yrs old – many, many year ago! I always enjoy trying new yarns. Thanks for the opportunity

  13. Pamela says

    I am a grandmother of 5 girls and love to crochet or knit them different items for their AM. Girl dolls or baby dolls. Would love to try this yarn for a new project.

  14. Tatjana Trostel says

    Why do you send invitation to win a free yarn after the end of give-away,-so there is no any chance to win ? Don’t you have better jokes to play ? You must be ashamed of yourself !

  15. Candace Geronilla says

    I am a former RN who is now on disability and knitting keeps me occupied, I am starting baby hats to donate to the local hospitals nurseries

  16. Mary Hitchcock says

    I would love to win this yarn. I like experimenting with new/unusual yarn and this is one I’ve not seen before. I’d love to have the chance to try it out.

  17. Barbara Winesett says

    I love to crochet but money is tight for me to buy yarn i’m on a fixed income
    and its hard for me to buy extra things
    Barbara winesett

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