Help Crochet Win! 1

To celebrate the release of their new yarn line, My Mountain, Schachenmayr Yarn is holding a design contest. The semi-finals are happening on Facebook until September 23 and the competition is something fierce.

The competition involved creating original hat designs with the goal of keeping heads cozy and warm on the ski slopes.


I had a chance to play with some of this yarn – and it’s really fun to work with – though trust me you want to use at least and L hook.  The yarn is SUPER soft, great handle and feel and crochet stitches absolutely pop! I didn’t get my photo up on the page for the competition – but then again I don’t want to write out the pattern so that works for me :D

Instead I get to do what I love best and support a CLF member!! This super cute hat is a semi-finalist in the My Mountain Design Competition and we need to show it some love! Let CROCHET reign supreme!


“Aspen” by Alaina Klug is made with one ball of “Big Color”. She had a great time designing the hat and even more fun with her fabulous model taking photos!


CLF Member Alaina Klug, of Loosenz Designs created this awesome hat for the My Mountain Design Competition and is a runners up! Show her some love by voting by September 23, 2013 on Facebook!

Congratulations on being a Semi Finalist!!

Click Here to Vote!

About Laurie A. Wheeler

Laurie A. Wheeler is a blogger, crochet addict, yarn designer and champion for independant artisans and crafters. She is also known as Fearless Leader of the Crochet Liberation Front.

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