Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Testers Needed

I have chosen my testers for this pattern.  Thanks for all who offered.  Check here to see if you where one of the lucky ones chosen.

I am in need of a couple of testers for one of my patterns.   When I made this for my son I used a very thick/heavy yarn.  I would like to sell the pattern and need some pictures of  the finished product done in regular worsted weight yarn and a different color.  Preferably for baby.  If you are interested in testing this pattern for me please post a comment below letting me know why you want to test it and who you would give the finished product to.  You also need to become a follower of my blog if you are not already one.  Make sure you add your email address so that I have a way to contact you and send you the pattern.  I will leave this open for a couple of weeks, so please post a comment on or before January 10, 2012.  Winners will be selected at random.  Thanks and I can't wait to read all of your comments.
As you can see he is big. His head is the same size as my 6 year old's. 
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20 comments:

  1. oh how I wish I could crochet. If this was a knitting pattern i would love to help you out, but sadly I can't crochet. Good luck with finding some great testers :)

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  2. He looks fantastic! I wish I had the time to make one but am full up at the moment. My son would love one but he'll have to wait a while ;-)

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  3. Cute! Good luck with the testing. It'd look awesome in a cafe au lait colour, wouldn't it?

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  4. I have a bunch of worsted weight yarn I'm not using for anything... and will happily test it for you!

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  5. oh that is cute. My crocheting isnt up to that but good luck getting it tested.

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  6. How cute. I would love to test this for you. My daughter's due date for my grandson is the middle of January and I would love to make this for him.

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  7. Hi. This looks really cute. If you still need a tester, I am in.

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  8. Thank You for linking up last week to my Show Your Stuff blog hop, I have this week's up and you can find it here:

    http://juliejewels1.blogspot.com/2011/12/show-your-stuff-4.html

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  9. This is sooo cute! I wish I had time to test it for you because my girls would love it! Thanks for sharing on my WIP Wednesday.

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  10. I would love to test this pattern for you. i have 3 babies under the age of 5 not sure who to give it to yet but i am sure they would all love it.
    Cyndel

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  11. I would test it! My cousin is expecting her second child. I knit her first boy a hat and booties, so I'd love to crochet something for her new baby boy.

    I might not be able to do it until February, though. I've got a sock knitting challenge going on over at my blog.

    http://plumslife.blogspot.com

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  12. This is really cute. I would test it if you like. I would probably give it to the mission project a church.

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  13. Hello,

    Ik zou dat ook wel eens willen uittesten, omdat haken wel een hobby geworden is... Greets Sofie
    You can contact me here:
    http://lekkerbekkenmaar.blogspot.com/p/contact.html

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  14. I'd love to test this blanket. I'm currently making baby blankets.

    I'd donate this blanket to my Lutheran church's baby blanket program. Several times yearly, we have a baby christening ceremony during the regular church service. At that time, baby blankets are given to each family.

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  15. Hello
    I am Muna and I crochet very well. I would be happy to test your pattern for you my email is muna.nana@gmail.com
    do mark it imp if you still need testers.

    Happy New Year to you all,

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  16. He's adorable.

    If you are trying to make this an easy pattern to follow, then I'm your gal for testing this. I'm okay with blankets, but just learning how to follow a pattern. If it's for more experienced crocheters, then you need to look somewhere else. (Plus, I have a ton of yarn to use!)

    My sister-in-law is pregnant and I was just going to do a basic afghan, but would think this would be even better.

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  17. I'd love to help! I would make it for my brother and his wife who are expecting a baby boy very soon!

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  18. This looks just like my favorite stuffed animal as a child. He was yellow with a white nose and brown ears. Well, the head part looks like him. Can I crochet him?

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