Introducing Fauxchet + Giveaway!!

Have you tried to “fauxchet” yet?  I just love trying new and interesting things and when the good folks at Leisure Arts sent me an Easyloop yarn tool, I was definitely intrigued.

This tool is a different way to crochet…if you love gadgets and trying new ways to work with yarn, this is definitely something you might like!

Check out my new review and tutorial demonstrating Fauxchet and the Easyloop tool!

The set comes with the tool and a booklet, complete with photo instructions on how to use the tool, a few basic stitches, plus a pretty scarf pattern too!

A special thanks to Leisure Arts for sponsoring this giveaway!

Can’t wait?  Need more?  Click below to purchase…makes a unique gift too!

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Enter to win using the Rafflecopter below.  I have two sets and will choose one winner per set…that’s TWO winners!  Giveaway ends August 20 and is open worldwide…now go, go, go and enter!!

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Happy crocheting lovelies!

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54 thoughts on “Introducing Fauxchet + Giveaway!!

  1. I've never seen this tool before so therefore never used it, lol, if I won it I would probably figure away to make a scarf since that's what I enjoy making. Thank you for the opportunity to win this.

  2. I think this gadget is pretty nifty! I'd love it try it out 🙂 I love scarves so I'd make a scarf for the winter with it! Love to win it!

  3. Would love to try this tool! It looks fun! I'd start with something simple, like a scarf. I'm really intrigued. Thanks for the chance!

  4. I have never seen or heard about this tool before today.Looks like you can make cords and edgings with it and apparently scarfs to. Would love to give it a go 🙂

  5. Interesting. I have a hard time crocheting with a hook, this would solve my problem. Thanks for the video.

  6. I hadn't heard of this new tool until I read about it here on your blog. Making a scarf would be a great way to try it out!

  7. Awesome giveaway! Fingers crossed. Always interested in new ways to use yarn! Thanks for sharing.

  8. I have never used this tool but I have look at it several times. Its interesting. Idk what I would make but I would def put it to good use! Thanks!
    Crystal Wall

  9. I haven't tried fauchet, but being new to crochet I would love to try my hand at making a rug using this method.

  10. I would like to try making a rug and maybe a pillow.later after I got use to doing it I would like to make up a pattern to look like my Multipoo dogs.

  11. I have never seen or tried anything like this before. It really looks like it would be easy to do. I would most likely make something easy like a scarf or something to try it out first.

  12. I love to try new techniques …I have already done aran crochet, bavarian crochet, broomstick lace, brugges lace, cro-tatting, doublesided crochet, entrelac crochet, exploded lace, filet crochet, finger crochet, freeform crochet, hairpin lace, intarsia crochet, irish crochet, hyperbolic crochet, tunisian crochet, knooking and more but I have never before heard of this tool. I would really, really like to try it 🙂

    Thank you for the video and for the chance to win this new tool 🙂

    I like to teach my friends how to crochet and it is always helpful to have something easy to gain their interest 🙂 I already have a friend in mind who would benefit from this new technique 🙂
    I guess I would start with an easy project …maybe a cap made of a rectangle and matching wristwarmers.

  13. I've not used it before but it looks like it would help a great deal. I'd use it while waiting for my youngest to fall asleep at bedtime. I could sit outside his room and crochet 🙂

  14. I've never heard of it before, but would love to try it! Having never tried it before I would start with something simple, so probably a scarf 🙂

  15. I haven't used it before but I would love to. I love crafting and have always wanted to master crochet and make a scarf!

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