Needle Felting GIVEAWAY from Romney Ridge!

Happy {giveaway} Thursday! I have the cutest handmade business for you to meet today. And you just might fall in love with a little furry friend or two! I’m excited to introduce you to a local Maine business called, Romney Ridge Farm Yarn Co! Romney Ridge Farms is home grown and handmade. They take “Keeping it Local” very seriously. Their wool is 100% Maine grown and they use Maine produced dyes as well. Romney Ridge’s hand dyed yarn is so delicious! Just check out their ombre yarn…..

ombre yarn

Isn’t it just beautiful? The ombre hues make me swoon! Thinking I may need to dig out my crochet hook again……wouldn’t it make the great….. wash cloths? {ok, so that’s about the only thing i can crochet…..but still}

hand dyed wool yarn

Romney Ridge  is environmentally friendly. They recycle their dye baths up to 10 times, which reduces water usage and fuel for heating the dye baths. Awesome!!

Meet Kelly: Now you’re probably wondering about the gal behind this colorful business. Her name is Kelly Corbett, and she is a stay at home mom to 3 kiddos. Oh and she dyes 10-20 times each day. {haha} She has a flock of 34 sheep and goats in Woolwich, Maine. And she even has a little yarn shop that you can visit and meet Romeo the Goat.

 needle felting wool

Another fun product available from Romney Ridge Farm is their new Needle Felting Kits. You can make adorable sheep, rabbits, birds, gnomes, puffin, and more! The kids include all materials, tools, and instructions to make 2-3 animals. {all items in the needle felting kits are made in the USA!}

needle felting

Love the nubby sheep!

They have needle felting kits for all skills levels, including the cutest owl ever!

Discount: get a FREE Mini Chick Kit with any Needle Felting kit order!

puffin wool felting kit


one lucky reader will win a Puffin Needle Felting Kit! {a $20 value}

How to Enter: simply leave a comment on this post and tell me the name you’d give that cute Puffin! {1 entry, required}

Optional Extra Entries: leave a comment for each entry!

Up to 6 entries per person.

Giveaway ends Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 11:59PM ET. Winner will be chosen at random. USA residents only. Must be over 18 years old to enter. In order to win, all rules and entry guidelines must be followed.

disclosure: This post is brought to you by Romney Ridge Farms Yarn Co. Please see my disclosure link for a complete statement.


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Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 51

    I would name the puffins Humphrey and Zooey.

  2. 52

    Oh my gosh, I can’t even believe it! This farm is pretty much right across from the street my father-in-law lives on in Woolwich! When we were visiting last summer, I saw the sign and wanted to stop but their little shop was closed. This is so cool! :)

  3. 53

    I like Romney Ridge Farm on facebook!

  4. 54

    I follow CA through my google reader!

  5. 55

    Love the sheep and want to see the owl!

  6. 58

    Now following Romney Ridge Farm on Twitter as SugarMamaSweetB

  7. 59
    Sondra Roberts

    I would call him H.R. Puffin stuff!

  8. 60

    I’d name them Huffin & Muffin ;)

  9. 61

    OMG! Those are adorable! I’d have to call the puffin “Atlantic”.

  10. 62

    Well, I love having fun little things like toy puffins around. As a preschool teacher, I would probably let my kids name the puffins. They always come up with great names. (Our class pet fish is named Mickey because he has three dots on his tail that look like Mickey Mouse, I would have never come up with that one.)

  11. 63

    Oh, he’s SO cute! I would let my daughter make and name the puffin, since she’s the ‘felter’ in our family. But if I made one, I would name him George. :)

  12. 65

    I would name the puffin Puddles. It’s so cute! Did all the entries. Thank you!

  13. 66

    I try the links to like and FB and all and they are not working but I sure would love to be entered in the giveaway thank u will find a way around it lol

  14. 67

    A Puffin would just HAVE to have a P name – probably Popper… yes we’ve been watching the movie over here!

  15. 68

    Hi! First of all, I would like to know if the sheep don’t suffer any kind of pain during this process of cutting their wool.I avoid any product related to animal abuse.If you could tell me this, I would be very interested.
    Secondly, I must say these kits are gorgeous. I would name the puffin JOY! The small one could be Jolly.
    Regards, thanks for the lovely emails you send us.

    1. 68.1
      sharon gullikson

      I would name them Pippin and Pudgie.

  16. 69
    sharon gullikson

    Woops, I entered my comment in the wrong spot. I’d name them Pippin and Pudgie.

  17. 70
    sharon gullikson

    I’m following their blog now.

  18. 71
    sharon gullikson

    I liked them on FB.

  19. 72

    I would name him Paco ;)

  20. 73

    I Love felting but just self teaching, slow at it. Arnt these cute & yarn looks great. Internet is having trouble connecting with them on FB, Google+. Try again later.I would call thewm Willie (BIG ONE) & small er one :Nilly:

  21. 74

    I would name name the puffin Piko because it is as cute as a button. :) Thank you for the lovely giveaway!

  22. 75

    I like Romney Ridge Yarn Co. on FB!

  23. 76

    I follow Romney Ridge Farm on Twiiter!

  24. 77

    I follow Romeny Ridge Farm Yarn Company’s blog!

  25. 78

    I follow Craftaholics Anonymous email updates!

  26. 79
    PJ Fizzyknits

    OHHH, how I wish I could reach out and feel that yarn! It is just GORGEOUS!! And the needlefelting kits are definitely on my list for must do this spring! How sweet! I think the puffins look like Puffnagle and Phern (fern).

  27. 80

    I would name him puffy lol

  28. 81

    liked them on fb

  29. 82

    following their blog

  30. 83

    Squeeker, named after the penguin on Toy Story.

  31. 88

    I’m following Craftaholics Anonymous via RSS.

  32. 89

    i would name him Dex

  33. 90

    liked romney ridge farm on fb

  34. 91

    follow romney ridge on google+

  35. 92

    subscribe to your blog

  36. 93
    Ellen M.

    I’d name him Wolfie (in the 3 Little Pigs the big bad wolf was “huffin & puffin” – sorry – haven’t had my coffee yet!). Thanks for the chance to win!

  37. 94
    Ellen M.

    I follow Craftaholics Anonymous by email. Thanks!

  38. 95
    Ellen M.

    I liked Romney Ridge Farm on Facebook! Beautiful products!

  39. 96
    Amy May

    Like Romney Ridge on Facebook… some amazing products there

  40. 97
    Amy May

    Always following you via email. I love to read all the fun ideas, and when I saw these little guys I was just so happy!!

  41. 98

    I would name the Puffins, snoz and noz !

  42. 99

    Poofer the Puffin

  43. 100

    I Follow Craftaholics Anonymous via RSS