Saturday, March 5, 2016

Cloudborn Fibers on Craftsy!

i was recently selected by Houseparty to to be a chatterbox for Cloudborn Fibers on Craftsy. If you are not familiar with Houseparty,  You can read about it here

Chatterbox is a new feature of Houseparty that allows you to try free products, share samples and coupons with friends and family, but you are not required to host a party. You just review the products and discuss your experience with the chatterbox community and other social media outlets.

i occasionally get invites through houseparty and chatterbox, but a lot of the products offered haven't really been anything that interested me, When i saw the invitation to review Cloudborn yarn i jumped at the chance! i signed up as soon as i received the email, and then sat around with fingers crossed hoping that i would be picked to participate. 

As a Cloudborn fibers chatterbox participant, i was able to pick to a free knitting kit from a selection available on the Craftsy site.   i picked the Baker moss stitch cowl, really just because of the yarn. i'm not a huge fan of cowls, but love the thick chunky roving yarn and wanted to check it out. i was not disappointed!! The Highland roving yarn is thick, soft and fabulous to work with.  The color i picked is the Plum Heather. It's displays a little too bright in this photo, but still an absolutely gorgeous color. The pattern is a PDF file that i was able to easily download onto my computer and print up. 

The chatpack provided me with some coupons to share with friends. Instead of a coupon code, they just have a web address that takes you to the Cloudborn fibers page where everything is 20% off. The link is .  

 If you don't already have a Craftsy account, you'll want to sign up! It's a fantastic online crafting community that has online classes, patterns and supplies right at your fingertips! The Cloudborn fibers are available exclusively through Crafty. It is sourced through the finest mills and has long lasting quality and exceptional colors. i am really pleased with the Highland Roving yarn, it is much thicker than some of the other roving yarns i've used and the color is really fabulous. i look forward to creating something wonderful with it.

So, obviously this is a #sponsored post. i did not receive compensation for this post, however i did receive a free product to review in exchange for my opinion. My opinions are my own and are not influenced in any way. 


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