August 27, 2015

Micro Macrame Giveaways! Have you Entered?


Just in case you missed it, you still have time to throw your name in the hat(s) for the giveaways I have underway!  The first one is for the micro macrame bracelet shown above.  It's my new Drunkard's Path pattern done up in dark gold cord with beads of turquoise and gold.  Great colors for fall that will carry you through into winter.  Heck, these are my summer colors, too!  If you'd like a chance to win this bracelet, enter here: 

For those of you who've been testing the waters and doing some knotting on your own, I have another giveaway I hope you might like.  It includes all eight of my downloadable tutorials, including instructions for six different bracelets (yes, I'm a bracelet kind of girl), earrings and (insert drum roll here) a macrame owl pendant!  Yes, I went there.  Every macrame should have an owl behind it.  


Anyway, one lucky person is going to win all eight of these, so if you'd like that person to be you, you will want to enter here:
 
   If you've already entered both of those, not to fear.  As I'm writing this, I'm feeling sorry for anyone who got their hopes all up for a new giveaway only to discover the ongoing ones... so I'm doing one more giveaway.  I'm such a pushover.  We'll call this one a consolation prize :)


My latest tutorial on Etsy is for this beaded micro macrame bracelet.  I called it Peacock because it reminds me of the eyes on peacock feathers, but if you switch the colors up, you can get a whole different vibe:


If you've stuck with me this far and you want a chance to win this tutorial, just leave a comment below.  I'll pick a winner on August 31, 2015 when I choose winners for the other two giveaways.  Good luck & happy knotting!!

34 comments:

  1. I would love to win what ever you do its all beautiful Ellen M.

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  2. I love the peacock bracelet (well, everything you do really) and the owls are adorable.

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  3. You have such a wonderful eye for color! Your combinations are beautiful.

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  4. Entry for Lori Barlics (the nice lady who Blogger wouldn't let comment here for some unknown reason) :)

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  5. Absolutely LOVE your designs Sherri and would love to win one. Thank you. The Knotalong was perfect too. I will send you pictures!

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  6. They are both so beautiful. Blue is my color.

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  7. I would soo very much Love to win this macrame design pattern. Thank You for the great giveaways. Good Luck Everyone! :)

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  8. Love your creations, thanks for the chance to win one Sherri!

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  9. Always so gorgeous and eye catching! (I covet all your creations, I admit!)

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  10. Your design is beautiful and seems challenging! My guess is that it isn't but you have to know what you are doing.:) I'm an ole knotter from back in the 70's when those hanging pots were the rage! Nevertheless, with all the beautiful new fibers and beads who wouldn't want to join in and blow the dust off?

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  11. I love what you do so much, you already know that. Thanks for your giveaways and the chance you give us to win.
    Catherine

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  12. Love your designs! Thanks for the chance to win one!

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  13. I havnt done Macrame since my late twenties, and loved it then, but children, work and life got in the way...now that I am retired I see there are so many new things to try again.....luv it....move over quilting, new guy is about to move in

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  14. What a difference between the 2 bracelets! I have not tried making jewellery yet but I have noticed in sewing/quilting classes that the colours and textures of the chosen fabric lead to very different looks.

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  15. Trying to enter for a second time . Ellen They are all so beautiful

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  16. I would love to win! I plan on learning this as soon as I get my next Social security check :-)

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  17. I love your work, so thanks for all the giveaways! I am going to work on the KnotAlong tutorial this weekend!

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  18. you are amazing! I admire your work and dedication. I want to someday make such beautiful accessories as you do.

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  19. I have been following your blog for some time now. Luv your work . I am working on the knot along but with the wrong cords. The video is very clear and I have learned a few things so far. I am going to order the correct cords now and will try again. I really like macrame work and want to learn.so I can make some of your bracelets.
    Thanks Sherri.
    Ruth
    PS; of course it would be wonderful to win.

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  20. Those are all just gorgeous!! Definitely gonna have to learn to do micromacrame now, with this inspiration!

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  21. Thanks for the opportunity. Beautiful creations.

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  22. Can anyone ever have too much macrame? I think knot!

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    1. Hahahaha - I see what you did there :)

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  23. Got the first entry done, no problem. Now it won't let me enter the other two drawings, so I am really hoping this one entry is good enough to have me entered in all three drawings. Thanks. Also wanted to say thanks for the free class. Finally got mine done, but am going to have to make another and hope its closed to what yours looks like. My grandson looked at it and said "I really like your octopus." I told him it wasn't an octopus and he just said, ok...nice squid then. So. when i get one that sorta looks like yours a little closer, I will send you a pic. I will get this down.....

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    1. You should wear your squidopus with PRIDE! Hang a couple of gears from the tentacles and call it a steampunik squidopus... sometimes the best things are accidents!

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  24. I love your work. Would love to win this. It's such a pretty bracelet.

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  25. I'm a very early intermediate macrame-er and greatly admire your work! Thank you for all the giveaways and the encouragement to learn! xoxo

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  26. Thank you for a chance to win

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    1. You're the winner of the Peacock bracelet tutorial, Sue! If you'd message me your email (you can message me on www.facebook.com/mymicromacrame if you'd like to keep it private), I'll send you the tutorial!

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  27. All are super beautiful and would be lovely to win one😊. I would love to learn how to do this at some point as it is so beautiful!! Thanks for a chance to win and wish all good luck😃

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  28. Another beautiful project! Thank you for the chance to win. :)

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