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I always make ornaments each year. I have several ideas to start off the season. Any time you can pick up the empty glass ornaments from Michael’s or JoAnn’s I would recomend it. They are inexpensive and can be reused each year if you decide to change out what is inside them. I had a few alabaster peacock feathers lying about so I put one inside this ornament to try it out.

Trim your feather down so it will fit inside the ornament and then slide it in the opening at the top. With a pair of tweezers move it until it is where you want it inside the ornament. I love to hang my ornaments with twine, the rustic organic feel fits in perfectly with the rest of my life.

I purchased my peacock feathers online at Lamplight Feathers I highly recommend them. The prices are reasonable and the shipping is quick and inexpensive.

{GIVEAWAY}

please read everything carefully!

After the overwhelming response to the last giveaway I did I decided to do another one. This will be a similar format. One winner. The winner will be chosen on the evening of the 26th. No entries will be accepted after 8:00pm on Saturday November 26th. This will allow me time to put together the results. The winner will be posted on Sunday the 27th of November. Here is what you will win.

1 Skein of Berroco Peruvia 100% Peruvian Highland Wool

In the color-way pictured. Shipped to you, paid for by me (unless you live outside the USA, If you live outside of the US all the you are required to pay is shipping)!

Also…

1 Amazon Stripe Beanie Pattern

To win you simply have to leave a comment… with the following information.

1. First name Last initial

2. What is your favorite yarn to knit with?

3. Who taught you to knit.

If you do not answer the questions your entry will not be considered a part of the giveaway. There nothing else you need to do. If you would like to “SHARE” this post it would be very kind and I would appreciate it. However, I really just enjoy getting to know my readers and learning about other individual’s knitting experiences. Good luck!

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