Giveaway :: Namaste

Thursday, December 15, 2011

I am a crafter at heart. Granted, my ideas far outweigh my time and energy but a few hours spent creating something by hand is some of the best therapy I know. I have friends that balk at merely the mention of the word ‘craft’ but I’m going to assume that  you know someone who is a crafter at heart and would rather spend an hour making something than doing just about anything else. Nothing stands in the way of successful crafting like disorganization. Aside from plain old desire and free time, organization is the key in keeping the lines of creativity clear.

On the search for the perfect way to organize just about everything, we stumbled across Namaste. Purveyors of eco-friendly and gorgeously crafted handbags and accessories, Namaste knows what it takes to keep life organized. From large messenger bags to small knitting/crafting specific bags, each one is designed with you in mind. Rather than large pouches where everything gets lost, you’ll find all of your essentials at your fingertips in specially crafted pockets. Anyone who likes to craft (or anyone who just plain has a lot of stuff to lug around – I’m looking at you, Mom) will swoon over these bags. In fact, I’m swooning right now.

Namaste is giving away one Circular Case to one lucky winner. To enter to win, please answer the following question by January 6th.
What is your craft of choice? If you don’t consider yourself particularly crafty, what craft would you like to attempt?
Please begin checking the winners box on January 12, 2012 to see if you’ve won. Good luck!
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  1. 51
    Echo says:

    I'm a 2-d art sort of person, but I wish I had a way with textiles… quilting, knitting, sewing, weaving, crocheting, the list of what I'd like to learn to do keeps growing.

  2. 52
    Barbara says:

    I am a crafter at heart but don’t devote a lot of time to it. When I can I like to knit and have recently begun sewing again. Hmmm, I think I hear some embroidery calling my name…

  3. 53
    Doris says:

    I crochet, I paint, I quilt….. it seems the list goes on and on. I need to cut back on my interests and devote time to the main ones, that is after I get organized.

  4. 54
    Renee A. says:

    I would love to be able to knit…I’ve even bought some knitting needles and my youngest daughter found some knitting books at the library so we can give it a try. I’d love to be able to knit some nice blankets for winter time.

  5. 55
    Katie says:

    I love it all!  One of my biggest joys in our new home has been enough space to organize craft supplies, from yarn to beads to fabric scraps and all the tools to mold and create.  Crafting de-stresses me, and I love being able to gift the results to family and friends.

  6. 56
    Shelley says:

    I love scrapbooking! I’ve made a few books for family and they always enjoy them.

  7. 57
    Kiley says:

    I really enjoy knitting but would love to venture into crocheting soon! Just got a set of hooks for christmas so I’m eager to get to it! 

  8. 58
    Shandev says:

    I’m a multi-crafter, and my favourite one is beading. I make my own beads from polymer clay, and i also do a lot of crystal jewelry and accessories. I make and sell them to friends and relatives . I do a lot for my own use too. 

  9. 59
    Zoe says:

    I definitely love crafts. If I do find time, I would do oil painting, create beads or crystal jewelry as gifts to my girl friends and mum/sis. I could even revamp my mum’s old jewelry as well. I also like to fix my shoes with blings, that gives them a unique look. I would love to attempt revamping old clothings though. It helps to recycle old stuff!

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    Lolandra says:

    Hi, learnt about your website in one of the tv programs this morning while I was at the gym. Very nice website. I have done crocheting, cross-stitching, beading, card-making, crystal jewellery and accessories making and recently terrarium making.
    Out of so many, my craft of choice would be card-making coz I can recycle a lot of materials and turn them into beautiful cards. I would like to learn knitting and knit nice scarves for family and friends coz they like to travel to cold countries.

  11. 61
    Clara Tan says:

    I like poetry, hoping to find a class to learn to create my own tiles with different types of sea shells with pearls and place it on my wall or on the door of wardrobe as a decorative item, and to have pots in special shapes with the same team.

  12. 62
    Barbi says:

    My crafts of choice are 2: Needlepoint (so relaxing); and my second is a craft in progress. 40 years ago I saved clothing labels and sewed them onto a levi jacket (I still have it) and now I am again trying to safve enough labels to make a quilt for my granddaughter (which will take several hundred since it took almost 250 just to do the jacket back). Your bags are perfect for carrying around seam rippers for the instant label retrieval while also toting around all the necessities for health, granddaughter, grandson, makeup, credit cards, etc. If my needlepoint is “totable” that will fit inside too! Thanks for the fabulous bags – can’t wait to get my first!!!

  13. 63
    Barbi says:

    Meant to say “trying to SAVE enough labels”…..

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