Who doesn't love a good giveaway?! If you are here you likely watched Episode 8 of the Being Ewethful vlog. Thank you so much for watching and for coming to check out the blog site.
There will be one winner who gets to pick either 4oz of handspinning fiber from our March fiber club or a skein of our latest Yarn Club yarn. If you watched the podcast, you'll know what the fiber and yarns look like. I didn't post pics quite yet as I don't want to spoil the surprise for any club members that haven't seen them yet. A special gift will be included as well!
To enter to win all you have to do is comment below. To make it easier I would love your feedback. I have been toying with the idea of breaking the podcast up into shorter segments that I would publish maybe twice a week instead of all in one long episode. I would likely float between the main topics: the farm, the mill, fiber and yarn. As the weather starts to shift and the world starts to open up a bit, I wonder if shorter episodes might be easier for you viewers? Or maybe you love the big long one once every two weeks? Any input would be appreciated. Or just comment hi to enter. No pressure.
Only one entry per person. Winner will be chosen at random. Entries will be closed end of day (in Oregon) on Wednesday March 17th. Please note I will comment here on the blog to the winner. If you would like to be kept in the loop you may want to mark that you would like to be notified if a response is made to your comment - simply check the box when you comment. Or check back in on Thursday the 18th to see if you have won.
Thank you all so much for watching, reading, buying and supporting in any way you do.
3/12/2021 08:05:29 am
Hi Kim! I just watched your video and loved it as always. I like the long format where you share lots of info along with the short video clips. My knitting is always close by, so I just take time out to knit and watch your videos when they come out. And I absolutely love my latest yarn club yarn, hint, hint☺️
3/12/2021 08:21:20 am
Thanks for the videos on YouTube! I live the fiber club so far, the borderdale was lovely to spin and made a beautiful skein!
3/13/2021 07:47:09 am
Great video. At some point in the future I'm hoping to get a rigid heddle loom to try my hand at weaving! Very exciting.
3/13/2021 09:03:09 am
I love your videos, as I've said before, it's like sitting down and talking with you. I don't think you need to shorten them, the way you insert videos, gives us an easy way to stop if we need to and pick up again later. Thank you for teaching us so much about fibers!
3/13/2021 02:10:19 pm
Just started watching your videos lately, I really love getting to see how the mill works!
3/13/2021 05:11:21 pm
I love your podcasts, and love the long ones. But I'd watch anything you did short or long, so it really is what ever works best for you.
3/14/2021 05:41:51 pm
3/16/2021 01:50:15 pm
Hi Kim, love your videos!! It was very interesting to learn how you process alpaca. Thanks for putting out such fun videos! Laurie.
3/19/2021 08:21:51 am
Laurie you won the giveway!!! Please email or message me via social media and I'll get you hooked up with your winnings!
3/31/2021 12:07:05 pm
Yay, thank you Kim!! I sent you an email and dm on Instagram with my address. I wasn’t sure is my response could be viewed by other people? Lol Thank you
3/16/2021 09:01:02 pm
Another delightful video, and I agree with Sandy (hi Sandy!) that the chain plying demo was useful ... I have never tried it but this might get me over my fear! You know I love all your vids, but I could also see shorter videos that follow a theme. So My Mill Mondays, or Farm Fun Fridays 🙂 I imagine it might make editing a simpler task?
7/4/2021 10:36:26 am
Hi Kim, You have a fabulous farm. love all your sheep, alpacas, chickens,etc...would love some Horned Dorset.
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I am Kim Biegler, the owner and operator of Ewethful Fiber Farm & Mill, along with my husband Mitch - my steadfast supporter, enabler, grass seed farmer, maintenance guy and all around love of my life! Visit the Mill's website for more about us and well, to shop for fiber of course! ewethfulfiberfarm.com