UPDATE: Congratulations to our winners!
I’m so excited to announce a new springtime Mochimochi contest sponsored by Koigu!
It’s getting to be that time of year when Tiny Baby Bunnies multiply and melt the world with cuteness! We want to see your cutest, cleverest, and most creative uses of the Tiny Baby Bunnies, a free pattern from Mochimochi Land.
Tiny Baby Bunnies might be tiny, but they can do many things! Your bunnies might be hidden for strangers to find, a la the Tiny Bunnies Movement, or they might re-enact a scene from history, or they might even demonstrate math problems. Show us what your bunnies are doing using one photo or a series of photos uploaded to the Mochimochi Friends Flickr group with the photos tagged bunnycontest12.
The top three winners will each receive a basketful of lovely, colorful Koigu KPM yarn—perfect for knitting Tiny Baby Bunnies!
Deadline for entries is April 2.
Knitters from all countries are welcome to enter! To be eligible, your photo(s) must contain at least one Tiny Baby Bunny made from the free Mochimochi Land pattern. The pattern may be modified, but not beyond recognition from the original design.
How to enter
Simply add your photo(s) to the Mochimochi Friends Flickr group, and tag them with bunnycontest12. If you don’t have a Flickr account, it is free and easy to register (though we recommend signing up as soon as possible, because it takes a little time for your account to be approved for sharing photos in a group).
Your entry can be a single photo or a series of photos, but please limit the total number of photos to 6. Photos entered in this contest will not be eligible for the 2012 Mochimochi Photo Contest this fall.
Winners will be picked by us at Mochimochi Land, but the Flickr pool is open to be seen by everyone. We will be focusing on creativity in this contest, and not just looking for pretty images.
The last day to enter the contest is April 2, 2012. We’ll announce the winners shortly thereafter!
The top three winners each get a basketful of yarn provided by Koigu, with the grand prize big basket going to the first place winner. Thank you Koigu!