How’s all the Christmas present shopping going people?
I’ve finished all ours so I thought I’d share the joy by doing a festive GIVEAWAY!

This pure lambswool scarf would be a great gift for anyone, or a lovely treat for yourself.
I think it’s meant for a man, but I’d say it was unisex; perfect for anyone!

It’s super soft grey wool woven in the UK by Abraham Moon, one of the oldest woollen mills in the UK. Fancy aey?
{By the way, a) taking photographs of a scarf is really difficult and b) when I tried this scarf on to take photos I started to wonder why on earth I was giving it away – I love it so if not enough of you enter this giveaway I might be tempted just keep it for myself!}

Excuse the dusty mirror please!

To enter:
To enter this giveaway just leave a comment below telling me one of your favourite Christmas traditions.
For extra entries {remember to leave a separate comment for each entry}:
1. Be a follower of Dreaming of the Country and tell me in the comments that you are.
2. Be a member of the Dreaming of the Country Facebook group and tell me in the comments that you are.
3. Tweet about this giveaway and tell me in the comments you have.
4. Blog about this giveaway and tell me in the comments you have.

{for those that have never commented before, scroll down to the bottom of this post and click where it says comments. If you haven’t got a blog then click select profile and choose name/URL or anonymous. Don’t forget to leave your name and email address though.
Simple – what are you waiting for?!}
The giveaway will be open to everyone until Thursday night (16th) and I’ll do everything I can to make sure it gets to you before Christmas!


  1. That scarf looks warm. I like your skirt, too.

    My favourite Christmas tradition is lighting a candle on the Advent wreath each Sunday, and taking some time out from a busy Christmas schedule to just sit and talk, eat Christmas cookies, drink tea, and listen to festive music.

  2. Am a follower, of course. :o)

  3. And a tweeter: https://twitter.com/#!/Live_Long_Day/status/146173189171585024

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. My favourite tradition at Christmas is to get in my kitchen and make some Christmas goodies like mince pies, gingerbread and a Christmas cake :) x

  5. you can never have too many fairy lights!! :O)
    what a lovely idea... i hope your soft scarf keeps someone very warm :O)

  6. Giveaway! YAY!
    One of my favorite traditions is to buy a new personalized ornament each year. Today I got this year's new ornament in the mail! I'm so excited!

  7. And a member of the Dreaming of the Country Facebook group!!

  8. And tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/Chloes_New_Life/status/146249542138994689

  9. My favourite tradition is to gather round the piano with various raltives and friends playing indtruments and singing in harmony (or not) and singing al the traditional carols. (will really miss the saxophone this year!)

  10. I'm a follower 2 xx

  11. And I'm a dreaming of the country Facebook member :) xx

  12. How cute! One of my fave traditions is exchanging ornaments with my hubby and my baby girl the night we put our Christmas tree up.
    Oh, and I already follow you girly :-)

  13. Oh la la...I love scarfs! My favorite tradition is eating blueberry french toast and opening stockings by the fire with my hubby Christmas morning. And I am a follower of your blog. :)

  14. In my family, we like to play games. Like guess how much candy is in the jar, wine tasting contests, things like that. It's a fun time!

  15. My favorite Christmas tradition is getting all my ornaments out and putting them on the tree. My mom has given me an ornament every year I've been alive! :)

  16. I'm now a follower of Dreaming of the Country!

  17. Oh, enter me! My favorite Christmas tradition is sitting with Derek on the couch on Christmas Eve with our sparkling cider, and just enjoying the tree and each other's company. We do that every year.

  18. I am a new follower! Thanks for entering my giveaway, so now I'm more than happy to enter yours :)

  19. Our family tradition is to drink egg nog and put the tree up as a family. That was my FAVE part of the holidays back home!!