The Dragon watcher’s hood will keep you warm while you wait for dragons to appear. It is also fitted with 3 tiny bells in case the dragons you meet get feisty. Dragons love music so when you encounter one, just ring the tassel bells to relax them. Once dragons are relaxed, they’ll protect you forever and always toast your marshmallows to perfection.
Q. How do i win a copy of dragon watcher’s hood, and how do i win a copy of the book!?
A. Simple! Just leave a comment right here in this post and i’ll pick winners tomorrow!
Now for the FUN STUFF!
The WINNING COMMENTS from yesterday (chosen at random) are:
First for the copy of the pdf:
CONGRATULATIONS Bonnie Pinkerton!!
Next for the copy of the book:
CONGRATULATIONS Birgitta Goetzlemann-Liebig!!!
your patterns get my knitting needles out of retirement! This one is definitely worth forgoing lectures, meetings and conferences – gorilla-knitting in business and at University – here I come again!!! Keep designing your wondrous stuff, ordered your book, am absolutely thrilled by the Beauty of it all. Thank you for rekindling the flame!!! – Birgitta
Winners, i’ll be sending you an email so be sure to check your junk folder!
See you tomorrow for day 5 and until then happy knits and good luck!!
love, stephanie xoxo
Ps. It’s true was having a major morgana le fay when i made this hood! I was dreaming about Merlin and thought we needed a loooong pixie hood with looooong tassels for them to share. It’s time they got along isn’t it? For some reason I missed the show Merlin when I was living in the UK… but when I got back to America I gobbled it all up in a few weeks… I just loved it for the costumes and set design. So merlantic! (thats merlin and romantic put together) …… as the world should be, right?