Winners!!! Giveaway: “Mountain Mitteneer, All That Glitters”

In the Dec/Jan issue of MaryJanesFarm, “All That Glitters,” I led you here to my daily journal for a chance to win a special giveaway for some cute mittens, re-fashioned from sweaters purchased from charity thrift shops by The Mountain Mitteneer (Mountain  Thank you to all who participated by leaving comments, and stay tuned for more giveaways in each issue of MaryJanesFarm. If you’re not yet a subscriber to MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.


The winners of our “Mountain Mitteneer, All That Glitters” giveaway are:

Barb Langlois (green pair)
Diann (red pair)
Paula (pink pair)
Laura McGeorge (children’s)

Congrats, ladies!

  1. Lisa Bell says:

    Congratulations ladies! These arecso pretty!

  2. Krista says:

    Congratulations! Enjoy your super cute new mittens! May they keep you warm for the rest of the winter.

  3. Denise says:

    Congratulations to the winners! I’m sure these beautiful mittens will be keeping you toasty warm.

  4. CandyC says:

    Congrats! 🙂

  5. Kaycee says:

    Congratulations to all!

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GIVEAWAY: Aspen Herbals

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already (click here for details), but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them. And stay tuned for more great MaryJanesFarm giveaways.

Give a big farmgirl welcome to Lacey Berg of Aspen Herbals, a new Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) business member. Handcrafted in Baker, Montana, Aspen Herbals sprang forth from Lacey’s love of nature and desire for natural body care. Why Aspen? ” One will never find a single Aspen,” says Lacey. “They grow in communities, sharing a common root system. We thrive on community, and that’s exactly what we’re building here at Aspen Herbals.”

To win this herbal sampler (solid body lotion, eye balm, and lip tint), share with everyone here what your favorite herb is and why it’s your favorite in the comments below. We’ll put your name in a hat and draw a lucky winner soon. Stay tuned!



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    Currently it’s basil, because I love pesto & have been trying recipes.

    • RAINY HORVATH says:

      It would be difficult to choose, but if I HAD to choose my favorite herb, it would have to be MINT. Why int? Because when it is growing in your garden and you go out to weed, the wonderful smell of mint wraps you in a sweet greeting. When I make my green tea and want to cut it’s bite, I run down to the garden and grab off a couple of leaves. They smooth out the flavor. When I want to add some zing to anything, I throw in a pinch of mint. It i sweet, versatile and easy to grow. I LOVE MINT!

  2. Amber Hersh says:

    Peppermint is my most favorite! If there isn’t ever a more powerful herb to stand testament to the healing powers of herbs I don’t know what is. I suffer from indigestion to which I take something for daily. But sometimes my medication does not work and I will have a miserable night of acid reflux. Because I am on something for it I can not just take another medication ontop of it. Peppermint allows me to go out, pick a leaf or two, chew it and swallow it, and almost instantly calms my tummy. So I keep peppermint handy at all times.

  3. Nielsen,Winifred T. says:

    It is hard to pick just one favorite herb. For me Basil is a huge favorite of mine for cooking. But, I love Lavender for scenting laundry soap, sachets, and other personal uses.

  4. amber says:

    peppermint! I love it in everything from tea to my peppermint scented lotion.

  5. CJ Armstrong says:

    My favorite is rosemary. So many uses and every time I smell it I just want to go cook something!


  7. tammy kavich says:

    I am just learning to work with herbs. I have started with aloe, I am not sure if that is a herb but it is a good starting point. it has so many uses. I have learned how to extract it. I have grown basil, mint, dill, chives, parsley. I do dehydrate it and cook with them.

  8. Rachelle Hull says:

    Rosemary…I just love to grow it in my home and run my hands through it for it’s fragrance!

    • Sue Stout says:

      Oh my – how to pick just one – probably lavender!! Used in the bath just makes me smile and then add lavender lotion…..lucious…..

  9. Madelyn Shields says:

    This is an extremely hard decision to make because I love all herbs and their individual fragrances. Lavender is a favorite of mine marching right along beside peppermint. I love cooking with many other delightful herbs but these tow run a close race. Their healing and refreshing aromas are inspiring. your product is both interesting and charming.

  10. Leisa Joan says:

    I love Parsley! it goes with everything, smells great & can even be added to your bouquet. I grow it every year.

  11. Chrissy says:

    Love lavender. I do try to grow it, although where I grow it is a little clayish and prone to wetness during the spring.

  12. Melody says:

    Red Raspberry 🙂 because it has so many uses. My favorite story is from a woman i trained with in herbs. Her husband had burned his eyes by a flash on a welder. She made tea bags of red raspberry. His eyes were healed within a few days.

  13. Cathy R says:

    I love herbs and really like the ones that come back year after year, lavender, thyme, mint and oregano. This winter the fresh dried oregano crushed with my fingers have spoken to me each day and I have used it in everything! Blessings!

  14. Melly Wilson says:

    My favorite herb is rosemary. I have always loved it, but as I study to become an herbalist, I also learned that is was the favorite of a very dear and wise herbalist named Juliette de Bairacli Levy, who always planted rosemary and southernwood at her door, at many homes during her lifetime. The rosemary, because she said her children were always healed from their ills, when they bathed with it…and as I still seek to find southernwood (plant or seed!!), as it can heal/help/soothe both woman and animal when in hard childbirth! Oh I love the simple and profound beauty of rosemary’s healing and therapeutic ways!

  15. Krista says:

    My favorite herb is basil because of all the many types of foods and cooking it can be used with. I also love how easy it is to grow and use both fresh and dried.

  16. Bobbie Calgaro says:

    Mint, especially with chocolate. There’s just nothing that mint doesn’t add a sweet tang to.

  17. Marilyn Berger says:

    My favorite herbs come right from my garden; lavender, mint, sage, rosemary and thyme.


  18. Lisa Bell says:

    Rosemary. The scent is refreshing and invigorating. Subtly used it enhances any food its used in.

  19. Bettina says:

    Basil….it livens up tomatoes like nothing else.

  20. Summer Mattocks says:

    My favorite herb is mint all the way, because it’s so easy to grow!

  21. Joan H says:

    This season my favorite herb is thyme. I love the smell and flavor. And I feed it to my chickens for the healthy benefits of good immunity and respiratory systems! Thank you!

  22. Deborah says:

    Sweet orange love the scent. On winter it is great.

  23. Mari Lewis says:

    I love Rosemary. Love the smell of it, the taste of it, and takes me back to my youth. My mom and sister are both Rosemary, so it’s always been a favorite in our families! I have a big plant in my yard and love just running my hand across it… smells so good!

  24. Keri Smith says:

    My favorite is rosemary!!! I also love basil,
    mint and lavender.

  25. Marilyn says:

    I love mint. Endless varieties. Super easy to grow (almost TOO easy). I use it in tea, I use it for garnish, I dry it for gifting…and it looks so pretty in the garden! Chocolate mint, lemon mint, peppermint, spearmint. Even slip a leaf into your tennies during the warm weather for a little freshness. I also use peppermint essential oil — after cleaning the bathrooms at home, I use a few drops inside the toil tissue roll — every spin gives a little fresh zip to the air!

    Did I say I like mint?

  26. Marjorie says:

    My favorite herb is Rosemary. I love the fragrance and the taste. What’s more, it is a potent antioxidant and thus very good for our healtj.

  27. Heather Colbert says:

    Rosemary. It reminds me of the family farm, mom’s hands and love. ♡

  28. Denise says:

    I love Lavender But Peppermint is my favorite! It is so great for my stomach problems and I love it in tea for an energy pick me up!

  29. Heather Majernik says:

    My favorite herb is Peppermint. So yummy in tea and cooking

  30. Sarah Johnson says:

    It’s so hard to choose. I love Basil for eating. Peppermint is one of my favorite to diffuse and use in hair and lip treatments. Rosemary makes a great oil for arthritis pain. They all have something to offer!!

  31. Shannon H says:

    Just one? Yikes! I think my favorite currently is chamomile. Its calming properties both to my mind and stomach make this herb a big player in my life right now!

  32. Well, that’s a tough question, I love so many herbs for a variety of reasons and favorites often depend upon my mood and the season. Pressed to pick just one though, I’d have to say peppermint, for it’s help in healing headache pain, relieving rhinitis symptoms, stomach discomfort and more… 🙂 Thanks for the wonderful giveaway opportunity!

  33. Gaye Durst says:

    Calendula, because the first t8me I witnessed it’s healing powers I was an instant convert, to all things herbal. Although I had used herbal preps before I hadn’t yet sought them out. This was a copule of decades ago and I am still amazed by nature’s healing powers!

  34. Debbie says:

    My favorite herb is lavender. Great for a great night’s rest.

  35. mackenzie says:

    If I must choose just one, I’d pick chamomile. It is culinary, medicinal, and decorative. An exemplary herb!

  36. I have many favorites. However, I have to say that peppermint is my #1!! I use it most often for myself and my daughter when it comes to tummy issues. We also put it in our natural, handmade lip balm and foot soaks. It makes refreshing drinks, as well!!!

  37. Deborah Powell says:

    I love both Lavender and Rosemary. Lavender is just about my favorite scent. Rosemary goes so well with so many dishes. I will go with two 1/2 favorites so I select them both.

  38. Carol Vagher says:

    I love fresh basil! Cilantro is amazing as well!

  39. Tamara Woodruff says:

    This is like picking a favorite child or pet! But basil is would have to be it.

  40. Rose Ann Wong says:

    Fresh basil 🌿 it adds so much to whatever you use it in!

  41. Dianna Hauf says:

    Ahhh….So MANY wonderful herbs to choose from it is very difficult to say only ONE as my favorite!! I guess I’d have to go with experiences then and say Rosemary! Not only is the fragrance beautiful or that it’s flavors are awesome in cooking and baking BUT I use it for a mind clarifier! I have some in a roller ball for my daughter to take to school and place on her wrist periodically. It clarifies and increases her memory especially great for upcoming tests and such! I use it for creativity! I love how it refreshes and stimulates! ( and smells!!)

  42. Jesscia says:

    Wow! Gorgeous products and lovely options! Lavender is my all-time favorite…

  43. Jen Parsley-Kellenbarger says:

    My favorite herb Sage. It’s delicious and very medicinal. Smells amazing too. I use it in a special soup I have developed after many years of studying herbs and essential oils. My family and friends swear by it. We call it Medicine Soup. It always contains a bundle of sage amongst other powerful herbs. This soup when taken within the first day of a cold or flu every few hours will either eliminate your cold or flu or shorten its lifespan by many days. I developed it years ago and it works every time. Sage being one of the most important ingredients. It is antiviral, antifungal, antimicrobial and many other things. My first go-to.

  44. Maicie says:

    Lavender is definitely my most used and easily grown herb.

  45. Alisa says:

    Peppermint. I love making tea from it, using peppermint for colds, examining it while it grows and it’s always a delight to find some wild peppermint growing when I’m hiking.

  46. Rachael says:

    I love lavender, I use it in my got buth to relieve stress after work 🙂

  47. Jaylyn Morehouse says:

    Rosemary. It smells amazing and I can use it in my bread. I want to plant an entire hedge of it around my deck!

  48. Rachael says:

    Lavender is my fave. I use it in my
    Hot bath to relieve stress after a long day of work at the hospital.😊

  49. Teri says:

    In food I love basil. For the scent I love lavender. It smells wonderful and is soothing. 🙂

  50. Taffy Kettenburg says:

    My favorite is Rosemary. I love to bake a steel-head or salmon with a foot long sprig from my giant old faithful Rosemary bush. It is over 25 years old and has endured trauma from my daughters horses and drought. We don’t have much water so it’s on its own. Cuttings placed in a wall-pocket in my kitchen waft a lovely uplifting fragrance. Herbs are indeed a blessing to used!:)

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GIVEAWAY: “Love Pillows, Comin’ Up Roses”

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already (click here for details), but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them. And stay tuned for more great MaryJanesFarm giveaways.

In the “Comin’ Up Roses,” Feb/Mar issue of MaryJanesFarm, you’ll find a photo of two linen “LOVE” pillows in our Decorating with Plates article on p. 70.


For a chance to win these FREE companion pillows, share with us the last place you drew a heart. Was it at the end of a letter, a post-it in your child’s lunchbox, a love note you left your sweetie? Tell us WHERE! in the comments below. (When I autograph my books, I always draw a heart beneath my signature.) I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-February.

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  1. Daniele Murray says:

    Every time I remind my son that I LOVE him. I draw a heart in the air or on paper just to let him know about my 😍 for him!

  2. Tamara Woodruff says:

    The last place I drew a heart was on my husband’s birthday card “from our pets. I drew a heart for each one of them (five) because he has such a kind heart and takes good care of them and me. ❤️

  3. Kathy says:

    The last place I drew a heart was on thank you cards I sent to my adult children for their wonderful thoughtful Christmas gifts that they blessed me with.

  4. Nielsen,Winifred T. says:

    The last place I drew a heart was on a Christmas card note I wrote this past December. I text hearts all the time to my daughters when we chat. I love the emoji of the facing blowing a heart kiss.

  5. Dianna Hauf says:

    My granddaughter loves the happy colorful decor! Its beautiful and vibrant!

  6. Joan H. says:

    I LOVE these pillows! The last heart I drew was on a Christmas name tag. The one that labeled the box to my daughter, holding a shift dress I sewed for her. ❤

  7. Brenda White says:

    The symbol of a heart is part of who I am. I use it after my name, or when I’m trying to encourage or just because ❤️

  8. Liz Lindsey says:

    What a gift to be able to give –

  9. amber says:

    I sometimes leave notes with my husbands lunches <3 🙂

  10. Jennifer Allen says:

    It was on a Christmas gift tag to my “Muddder”.

  11. Gail McG. says:

    I dotted the “i’s” in my daughter and daughter in law’s names with little hearts on the tags for their Christmas gifts. I just love doing that!

  12. Cathy R says:

    Thanks MaryJane, great pillows! I use hearts for the word love all the time and jokingly call myself the Emoji Queen, using all the ones with hearts! The last one was on a note to my nephew. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

  13. Leisa Joan says:

    I also use it at the end of my text messages to my 2 girls & man friend.

  14. Jane Ryan says:

    I always sign my name with a heart too! The last time was on Christmas cards!

  15. Krista says:

    Those are super cute pillows! The last place I drew a heart was on a piece of paper as I was teaching my son shapes. We love to draw hearts to show our love!

  16. Mary Frances Rauch says:

    The last place I drew a heart was in the snow,beside our mailbox. Lots of love comes and goes through that mailbox, along with those pesky bills.

  17. kay says:

    Last night as training officer for our local volunteer ambulance, I drew a heart on the bulletin board to illustrate how the heart works, in cardiac emergencies.

  18. Ginger says:

    It is sad to say, but I don’t remember the last time a drew a heart. Must rectify that in the New year and draw lots of hearts.

  19. Jill Judge says:

    Cool for every room!

  20. Heather M. says:

    On a get well soon card to my grandmother, I signed it with a heart.

  21. dee mallett says:

    I drew hearts across the bottom of my hand painted postcard I gave to my best friend who is moving to New York City.

  22. Darla says:

    I honestly can’t remember when. The last time I did one was online, in a message but the last physical one I drew I can’t recall.

  23. Nancy Haines says:

    The last time I drew a heart was as I filled in my 2017 calendar with dates. I write in red the names of people and the date of their birthday. I drew a heart on two dates beside. The date my sweet, dear cat ,Misty died Aug9 last year at 18 years old and the date of my anniversary with N and J inside, (Nancy and John)

  24. Rebecca says:

    I always sign my notes to my husband and daughters with a heart. They truely hold my heart in their hands and they always fill my heart with love and happiness.

  25. susan b says:

    Most recently, I signed all of my Christmas gift tags with a heart. All the cards to my family are also signed with a heart. I use the emoji heart when I text my kids.

  26. Heather says:

    Whenever i leave for work, before I drive off, my husband stands at the door and I draw a heart to him in the air. It’s the best way to say “I love you” before driving away. He loves it!!!

  27. terry steinmetz says:

    I just wrote a note to my grandgirls and sent a heart & kisses (with lipstick) on their thank you notes. They love that!

  28. Christmas Tags for grandaughter

  29. Bev says:

    I added a heart to my mom’s grave flag, that I make for her grave every holiday!!!

  30. Sabrena Orr says:

    In my Christmas thank you cards! LO VE hearts!!

  31. Pamela Campbell says:

    I wrote a positive note in my journal and drew a tiny heart exclamation point.

  32. GiNGER KARR says:

    On my Grandchildren’s Christmas cards on their text messages!

  33. Bobbie Calgaro says:

    My husband’s Christmas card.

  34. Christine McCabe says:

    On my husband’s Christmas card.

  35. Shannon Smith says:

    The last place I drew a heart was on a gift that I made for a friend. I hand lettered scripture onto canvas & ended the scripture with a small heart.
    Cute pillows!!!

  36. Karen Brashear says:

    At the bottom of a birthday card to a dear friend, she knows I love her, but just had to put the heart there.

  37. Cheri Hanschu says:

    I just sent a letter to my daughter…. always write her name followed with an exclamation heart!

  38. Sierra says:

    The last place I drew a heart was when I was doodling a couple days ago. I doodle often and it always includes hearts! ♡

  39. Kari Hartman says:

    I feel like a copycat! I, too, draw a heart by my name when signing notes, etc! A language spoken all over the world!

  40. Honey says:

    Just this Winter break, my two granddaughters and I were putting together a 2016 memory time capsule. We each made a painting of our favorite memory. Mine was 4 hearts made into people representing the two girls, myself and my husband. I swear I can actually feel my heart swell whenever I see them.

  41. cyndi says:

    Always end my text/email messages with the XOXOXOX sign, which has many different explanations of the meaning. I like the X representing crossed arms of a hug, and the O representing the puckered lips of a kiss!

  42. Kathleen Fleming says:

    I made one of my grandsons a quilt for his 4th birthday and I personallized it with an embroidered felt heart 🙂 (For Bentley Love Grama) I would attach a picture, but not that computer savey (I just don’t know how…)

  43. Carol S says:

    Always on cards! Last was at Christmas on gift tags.

  44. Kat S says:

    I had to leave earlier than usual for work a few weeks ago but I knew that my love would be up shortly after I left. I made him a cup of his favorite tea (it would be the perfect temperature to sip when he got up) and a little love note. I signed my name with a heart.

  45. Katie Silvers says:

    My 3 year old daughter always has me draw our family for her. I always draw a heart on her shirt. <3

  46. Leslie Hawkes says:

    dunno, but I think it was for an adoption prototion for Wend’s. They asked you to make one with your hands, take a picture and text it.

  47. Suzanne says:

    Christmas notes in cards I made for friends and families. We have been designed for relationship and what better than the core of our being-our hearts!

  48. Toni H says:

    I drew a heart in Christmas cards last month!

  49. Barbara M. says:

    Birthday and encouragement cards sent to my grandsons and granddaughter always require a heart along with the hugs. The last one was a December birthday.

  50. Amy Wray says:

    On Christmas name tags for my 2 granddaughters and 9 grandsons! We are surrounded by love!

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GIVEAWAY: “Mountain Mitteneer, All That Glitters”

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already (click here for details), but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them. And stay tuned for more great MaryJanesFarm giveaways.

In the “All That Glitters,” Dec/Jan issue of MaryJanesFarm, we featured these beautiful mittens from Mountain Mitteneer in our “Upcycled Patchwork Coats” article on p. 64.


Coordinate your upcycled coat with gloves like the ones shown here, re-fashioned from sweaters purchased from charity thrift shops by The Mountain Mitteneer (Mountain For a chance to win a FREE pair of mittens (we have 3 adult pairs—the ones shown here, a blue/pink blend, and a red/navy/green pair—and 1 pastel blue/gray/brown/green children’s pair), share with us the color of your favorite coat in the comments below. (Last week I bought a bright hunter orange coat on sale at Old Navy–it’s my new fav!) I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner soon.

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  1. Cindy says:

    My new favorite is a red leather coat..

  2. Amanda Swindell says:


  3. Nancy Haines says:

    I really love these gloves. They will look so terrif with my black coat.

  4. Kathy McCourt Cox says:

    Love these mittens! The colors remind me of a Dala Horse, I have in my kitchen!

  5. Lisa Bell says:

    I have a dark brown suede coat with fringe that I love!

  6. Amy Wray says:

    My favorite coat is blue with a plaid lining. It is a very warm hand-me-down coat from my aunt.

  7. Kendra Chubbuck says:

    Good Morning – My favorite winter coat is a gray wool P-coat that I have had for over 15 years. I love it. It is old and I love that it is gray and not navy blue. Happy New Year!

  8. Brenda White says:

    My favorite coat is a blue jean duster that I’ve patched with felted wool on the cuffs and pockets, it’s my go to coat for winter warmth, I absolutely love it. Worn blue jean is the best, and patched with colorful wool❤️

  9. Dianna Hauf says:

    I love to recycle and upcycle! The gloves are awesome! What a wonderful give-a-way! Thank you!

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  11. Elisabeth Perkins says:

    My favorite coat is my grey Sunday coat. I found it a the thrift store I used to work at in like new condition!

  12. CJ Armstrong says:

    Those are BEAUTIFUL mittens!
    My favorite coat is my long, wool hunter/forest green coat!


  14. Leisa Joan says:

    my favorite depends on how cold it is…I made a lovely navy pea coat that is great for snow storms, and a black cashmere long coat for dresses, and a shearling gray coat I got at auction for when it’s below zero – otherwise it’s too warm to wear!

  15. Ellen Evans says:

    my favorite coat is a black and white duster!

  16. Linda Crandall says:

    My favorite coat is lime green and grey.

  17. Barb Langlois says:

    MY favorite warm wool coat is black…do wear a green vest also. Any pairmwould warm these cold hands heremin Michigan!

  18. Sarah Wolf says:

    My favorite coat is my big long gray coat, so having a pair of fun colored mittens will spice up the coat!

  19. Adrienne Nelson says:

    grey wool over coat, bought last fall…love it, nice big hood and comes to my knees.

  20. Cynthia Gempeler says:

    Favorite coat is black. I am told that these are the warmest gloves..I have wanted a pair for like forever.😊

  21. Heather Dougherty says:

    My old black wool pea coat:)

  22. Susan Horne says:

    Green is my favorite color. They are beautiful!

  23. Susan Primmer says:

    Black, warm and cozy!

  24. j Hitchcock says:

    Would love to have the red and blue mittens- they would look fabulous with my red coat with the red hood. We get windy Nor easters here and I am sure them would be WARM! It is several years old, but cozy!

  25. Kristy Barker says:

    My favorite winter coat to wear is a light gray.

  26. Sheryle G says:

    Yellow is my favorite.

  27. Patti says:

    My favorite coat is black. I also have an old denim barn coat is a favorite. Love the mittens.

  28. Stephanie Lebal says:


  29. Rebecca McLeod says:

    Red! My Westie and I have matching red pea coats

  30. Carolann Tracy says:

    My Favorite coat is black wool. It goes with everything

  31. Terri Hancock says:

    My favorite jacket is a faded out blue corduroy waist jacket with sherpa lining. Been wearing it for about 15 years and still love it just as much as the day I bought it. Its comfortable and has been “lived” in 🙂

  32. Debbie Bell says:

    My favorite coat is denim!

  33. Heather says:

    I purchased a classic Pendleton black wool jacket at a thrift store a couple of weeks ago!

  34. Sarah Johnson says:

    I love my green coat!

  35. Sharon DeHart Loften says:

    Red is my favorite coat color

  36. Becky Davies says:

    My favorite coat is my red one this time of year. Love these mittens.

  37. Raina aiello says:

    My coat is green! Love it

  38. Cindy Thomas says:

    I love-Love-LOVE winter coats! My current favorite is a classic wool, camel color, mid-shin length, large collar and pockets. Change the look with a scarf! (or cute mittens, hint, hint!)

  39. Kharla says:

    My favorite coat was emerald green.

  40. Heather Colbert says:

    My favorite coat is a previously owned, super warm, red thrift store purchased jacket. It’s not my favorite because it’s red, or because it’s warm but because it’s used. I am giving it a second life. ♡

  41. Shannon Pegel says:


  42. Laurie says:

    My ice blue Columbia that I’ve had for 15 years is my favorite color. Those mittens are awesome!

  43. Laura says:

    My favorite coat is an older light blue parka from lands end.second is the maroon colored of the same parka.the light blue was beginning to look too ragged to go out in public though it is an awesome farm coat!

  44. Debbie says:

    My favorite coat is dark gray. Anything seems to go with it.

  45. Marci Dodd says:

    The color of my favorite coat is purple.

  46. Carol McMaster says:

    Right now my favorite go-to is cream. (It’s the only jacket I brought from Idaho back to Virginia for new grandson duty .) I underestimated how chilly it is back here. Not like the current 8 degrees at home. But even 40 feels colder to me here than 40 in ID. So I am loving and wearing my cream colored jacket almost every day. My other favorite at home is gray.

  47. Marcia says:

    I have a red jacket that I wear every winter exclusively. These red mittens would match perfectly.

  48. Jaylyn Morehouse says:

    I’m a huge Katwise sweater/coat fan, so I must say my favorite color is Rainbow 🙂

  49. Sonia Jean Lynch says:

    Red and dark Blue are my favorite colors for winter.

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