Giveaway - CLOSED // Win an Embroidered Necklace from The Merriweather Council

I'm happy to share another amazing giveaway this week from the ever-so-lovely and talented Danielle of The Merriweather Council. Danielle was one of the first people I met on Etsy when I started my shop and over the last year we have become good friends and pen pals. Thanks to Skype we are able to chat over the long distance between us, but if we were neighbors we would totally sew and knit together all the time. She has always been a huge supporter of me and my blog, but I was completely honored when she said she wanted to sponsor One Sheepish Girl this month and give you the chance to win a custom, embroidered initial necklace from her shop! I was lucky enough to receive an embroidered brooch from Danielle for Christmas. I cherish the delicate stitches. :)

Here is how you can enter to win:

This giveaway is open to international readers!

Mandatory Entry:
- Visit Danielle's shop and check out her other lovely handmade goods, like her embroidery hoop wall art. Come back here and leave a comment telling me your favorite item! Please leave your email address so I can contact you if you win. If there is no way to contact you, your entry will not count.

Bonus Entries: (Leave a separate comment for each entry.)
1.) Follow @MerriweatherC on Twitter
2.) Tweet about the giveaway! Please mention @MerriweatherC and @sheepishknit in the tweet. Feel free to copy and paste this tweet: "Enter to win a custom embroidered necklace from @merriweatherc on @sheepishknit blog!"
3.) Like The Merriweather Council on Facebook and post the link to this giveaway on your page. Please tag The Merriweather Council in your link.
4.) Share this giveaway on your blog or tumblr. Please include the link to your post in the comments

There are a total of five ways to enter this giveaway. Don't forget to include your email address!

That's it! This giveaway will end on March 24 and I will announce the winner the following day.

Pretty exciting stuff! I hope you all have a wonderful day.

P.S. - I know that spring break is over because I didn't knit at all yesterday. The baking-filled yarn party is really over...haha. ;)