Treasure Hunt 2012

Treasure Hunt - Scroll down to see the wonderful treasure and winner of the prize!

Throughout the weekend there will be a special treasure hunt with prizes! This is in support of Judy Becker's new book Beyond Toes! The hunt is for the many delightful designers and artists who participated in the book. Find them, get their signatures, and go! If you find only 3, then you will receive a special bookmark for the book. If you get all the signatures on the list then you will be entered to win a Treasure Chest of prizes, including yarn and prizes donated from:

Treasure maps will be available at the Information booth in Marketplace 1. You do need to own a copy of the book in order to participate. Books are for sale in the bookstore before the show for easy pick up from the info booth. There will also be a limited number of copies available for purchase at the show itself. 

Treasure:

Columbia Gorge Fiber Festival donated one project bag and one knitting bag.

Judy Becker donated a Treasure Map Tote Bag and a Pin for Beyond Toes. The official site for Beyond Toes can be found here: http://www.beyondtoes.com/

Stitchjones donated 5 skeins of Dyepot Worsted Superwash Merino in color After Midnight. Her website is: http://www.stitchjones.com/

Abstract Fiber donated 2 skeins of Matisse Sock yarn in colors Butternut and Deep Lake. Their website is http://www.abstractfiber.com/

Blue Moon Fiber Arts donated 2 skeins of Peru (50% alpaca / 30% merino / 20% Silk). Their website is: http://www.bluemoonfiberarts.com/

Nadine Foster donated 2 patterns and knit a Moebius Necklette and a Flatpack Pouch for Gold. Her patterns can be found on Ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/stores/nadine-knits-designs

Pico Accuardi donated a skein of Francino yarn. Since they no longer exist this yarn is hard to come by! Deb Accuardi donated a copy of Created in Oregon - A Knitter's Datebook 2012. If you are interested in a copy of this book, you can purchase it here: http://debaccuardi.wordpress.com/purchase-a-knitters-datebook/

Two shawl pins (as seen in the book). The one on the left was made by "Tool Man" Rod Wallace. You can find his shawl pins at Urban Fiber Arts in Portland, OR (http://urbanfiberarts.com/). 

The shawl pin on the right is an Aluminum Leaf Shawl pin by Plover Designs. Plover's website is: http://www.ploverdesigns.com/

The winner of the Treasure Hunt is: Misty O'Brien of Astoria, Oregon. Congratulations to Misty! I hope everyone had fun on the Hunt!

Make sure to check out all of the Raffle Winners from 2012!

2012 - 2013 LavenderSheep - Yvonne Ellsworth