Sock of the Month: Monthly Giveaways!

Share your National Parks Socks with our Ravelry “FiberWild and Friends”
Group to enter our Monthly Giveaway!
When we started thinking about offering a monthly sock series to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the U. S. National Park Service, we wanted to get as many people excited about getting out and knitting in the parks.
What better way to generate a buzz than to energize five million knitters on Ravelry! So, especially for our much appreciated customers, a monthly giveaway ... and a perfect way to get other "Ravellers" knitting in the parks! Yep, we're offering a chance to win every month to one lucky sock knitter.
What's the prize?
This month, we have some fun knitting supplies including sock yarn from Dream in Color along with a DellaQ
needle case!
This months' prize has a retail value of $48 ... nice!
How do I enter to win?
Each month, after you have purchased the current Sock of the Month, this month is the Biscayne Bay Socks
- simply share your project with our FiberWild and Friends group on Ravelry. Not sure how to share your project? It's two easy steps on Ravelry ...

  1. Create your Biscayne Bay Socks Project page
    (be sure to link your project to Amy's pattern!)
    You don't even have to start your socks to create a project page, and there is no time frame to finish the socks. However, we would love to see any photos you would like to share!
  2. Share your project with the “FiberWild and Friends” group. Simply use the dropdown on the Project Page you just created! ... easy, peasy.
You're also welcome to use our handy "Sock of the Month Badge" as your first picture for your project. For more info on creating a Ravelry project page, linking to the pattern and sharing, see this handy blog post on Ravelry .

Also, we would love to see some pictures of your socks in the wild ... find a park and take some snapshots of your sock knitting in the great outdoors ... and post them on our Ravelry FiberWild and Friends group. Follow your fellow Ravelers and see which parks they are visiting with their sock knitting!
How will I know if I won?
The monthly winner will be chosen at random on the first of the month, unless the 1st falls on a weekend. If the 1st is on a weekend, we will choose and post the winner on the following Monday. For example, if you entered the September sock giveaway, you can find out on Ravelry on Monday, October 3rd. We will notify winners via Ravelry and ship your prize right away.
Did you hear about the Quarterly Giveaways? ...
 
The Winners
Our February Winner is
Linda of Port Orchard, WA!
CONGRATULATIONS!

The February project was Colorado River Socks inspired by the Grand Canyon National Park, in northern Arizona. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our January Winner is
Regina of Meadville, PA!
CONGRATULATIONS!

The January project was Muldrow Glacier Socks inspired by Denali National Park, in southern Alaska. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our December Winner is
Linda of Great Falls, MT!
CONGRATULATIONS!

The December project was Logan Pass Socks inspired by Glacier National Park, in Montana's Rocky Mountains. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our November Winner is
Olivia of Stamford, CT!
CONGRATULATIONS!

The November project was Pinnacles Socks inspired by Pinnacles National Park, south of San Francisco, California. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our October Winner is
Dianne of Minden, NV!
CONGRATULATIONS!

The October project was Acadia Tidepool Socks inspired by Acadia National Park, on the rugged coast of Maine. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our September Winner is
Erin of Indianapolis, IN!
CONGRATULATIONS!

Hey Erin ... Send us your Picture!
The September project was Chain of Craters Socks inspired by Volcanoes National Park, on the island of Hawai'i. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our August Winner is
Jennifer of Neenah, WI!
CONGRATULATIONS!

Hey Jennifer ... Send us your Picture!
The August project was Mammoth Springs Socks inspired by Yellowstone National Park, in the northwest corner of Wyoming. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our July Winner is
Carol of Davis, CA!
CONGRATULATIONS!
The July project was Paradise Meadow Socks inspired by Mount Rainier National Park, located in Washington state. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our June Winner is
Margaret of Onalaska, WI!
CONGRATULATIONS!
The June project was Fern and Forest Socks inspired by Olympic National Park on the Washington Coastline. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our May Winner is
Teresa of Terre Haute, IN!
CONGRATULATIONS!
The May project was Stout Grove Socks inspired by Redwood National and State Parks in the Northern California. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Our April Winner is
Eileen of Forest, Ohio!
CONGRATULATIONS!
The April project was Continental Divide Socks inspired by Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. You can see some of the projects people are working on in the Project Gallery on Ravelry.

Stuff our Lawyer Makes us Say ...

If you win one of our prizes, you grant FiberWild! permission to use your first name and the city where you live for marketing purposes, such as our blog, Facebook, Ravelry, Twitter, etc. For example, we might use a posting such as ... “Susan from Chicago just won a prize from FiberWild.com for her participation in the National Parks Giveaway”.Residents of the USA or Canada, aged 18 and older are eligible to enter the giveaway. Exceptions include employees, associates, or relatives of FiberWild! LLC. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Void where prohibited.

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