It’s that time again! Time for me to send out a copy of Knit Pick’s newest collection to one lucky reader. (I almost wrote “listener.” I think I’ve been spending too much time with my podcasts lately.)
Last week, I asked you to write about your favorite parts of spring to help celebrate the launch of Knit Pick’s latest spring-y collection, Flourish. And, boy, did you come through. So many lovely descriptions of spring- you’re all poets! Seriously, if you’re looking for something delightful to read, just go check out those comments. You really made my day.
Anyway, through a highly scientific and random process (also known as throwing a bunch of numbers in a bowl and picking one out at random), I have selected a winner!
Tina Fagan! You’re the winner! Congratulations!
I’ll send you an email in a little bit, so keep an eye out for it (and if you don’t see it, let me know), and we’ll get you hooked up with a copy of this super cute collection.
If you’re not Tina, have no fear! You can still get a copy of Flourish from the Knit Picks website!
OK, guys, you know the drill! It’s Giveaway Day (again!)
I’m really excited about this one! This collection is hands-down gorgeous. I may be a bit biased, since I love anything with a cable on it, but for real- it’s beautiful.I even love the shawl that I made- enough to make you look at it again. I’m super proud of how it turned out! I mean, look at it!
OK, OK, enough of me showing you pictures you’ve already seen! Let’s get to the good part!
A whole bunch of you entered the drawing, so I rolled over to Random.org, and did a quick drawing.
And the winner is… Comment number 7!
Alison! You’re the winner! (I’ll send you an email, so keep an eye out!)
If you didn’t win, don’t worry, you can get your own copy of Woodsmoke through the Knit Picks website. And, of course, I’ll have more drawings in the future, so keep your eyes peeled!
It’s giveaway day! My favorite day of the year (or, well, month might be more accurate-I’m always giving away books around here)!
Just to remind you, today I’m giving away a copy of Knit Picks’ new collection, Quick and Cozy. It’s chock-full of extra-fluffy hats, scarves, cowls and mittens. All the patterns are super cute (and super cozy)And, I’ve got a pattern in this book! It’s the Gradient Hat and Scarf! I’m pretty proud of it.But that’s not why we’re here. We’re here for the giveaway!
20 of you lovely folks put your names in, so I’ll pull out my lucky 20-sided die (which I have because I’m a nerd), and…
5! The 5th comment was from Jen!
Congratulations, Jen! I’ve sent you an email, so check your spam folder, just in case.
If you didn’t win today’s giveaway, you can buy your own copy of Quick and Cozy through the Knit Picks website.
And, don’t forget to sign up for my other giveaway! That winner will be announced on Friday.
It’s giveaway day! Always a favorite (or at least my favorites).
Let’s get right down to it. I’m giving away a free copy of Knit Picks’ newest collection, Garter Ridge, featuring a pattern from yours truly. It’s a whole book full of understated, squishy, gorgeous, garter-stitch loveliness.And, so many of you responded, I’m just going to scroll down the page and land on someone at random (“The Price Is Right”-style).
Drum roll please!
And the winner is: Knitonepugtwo!
I’ll be sending out your email some time today, so keep an eye out for it to come through (sometimes they end up in the spam folder).
It’s an incredibly rainy morning in Seattle- we’re bracing for the biggest wind storm since the 1960’s, so keep you fingers crossed that we don’t lose power!
But what could be better on a rainy day than looking at some brand-new patterns!
Maybe looking at some brand-new garter-stitch patterns? I don’t think anything says “cozy up inside” better than a hot cup of tea and a book full of garter stitch coziness.
Introducing: Garter Ridge, a new collection by Knit Picks, featuring a pattern from yours truly.This is probably the sweater that I wear the most. I love my Carkeek Park Pullover. It’s super comfy, surprisingly warm and soft. And, it’s knit with DK-weight yarn, so it’s not bulky (in other words, I can wear it under a jacket or, if it’s really chilly, with another sweater on top… I get cold sometimes),I love the bands of multi-color garter at the hems and yoke. It’s so fun to order lots of each color and watch how they blend together as you knit them up. My prototype was knit in shades of green and brown, but I’d love to see Carkeek Pullovers in every color of the rainbow!But my sweater isn’t the only gorgeous pattern in this collection!
I think I might make the Helianthus Shawl. It’s just so pretty, and Preciosa yarn is so fluffy and warm, that you know it’ll even manage to keep me warm.And that cover sweater! I know the last thing I need is another oversized cardigan. But I think I need the Nineveh Cardigan. I love the weird modern shape, and the tiny sleeve detail in the contrasting color- to die for!There are a ton of other gorgeous patterns in this collection. You definitely want to get yourself a copy!
Want to try your luck and win a free copy? Comment below with your favorite rainy-day knitting! I’ll hold the drawing next Friday (rain or shine)!
Last week (OK, last Monday and the Friday before that) I posted not one but two giveaways of KnitPick’s newest pattern collections, On the Go Knits and Knits for Everybody. Quite a few of you entered the giveaway, and now it’s time for the drawing.
First off, On the Go Knits!Let’s head over to Random.org for a random drawing….And, number 9 wins it! Amanda! That’s you! Woo!
And now over to Knits for Everybody. (This is too exciting- two drawings, in one day! Unheard of!)And the random number generator says:Commenter number 3! You’re the big winner! Audrey, that’s you!
I’ll be emailing you two today so we can arrange getting your books to you. If you don’t see my email, let me know (sometimes they end up in the spam folder).
Congrats ladies! And if you weren’t the lucky one this time, head on over to KnitPicks and pick up copies of the books for yourself (they’re really great- and on sale right now!).
A bunch of you guys responded to the Creative Color Giveaway, and the consensus is… you like all the patterns.I couldn’t agree more .
This is an absolutely gorgeous collection, and I want to work up every single pattern. (Unfortunately, I have unreasonable constraints on my time like “work” and “sleep.”)
I’m so happy to have a pattern included among these beautiful projects. It’s not as flashy as some, but I really do love how the Bitterlake Cardigan turned out.
Anyway, you’re all waiting with baited breath to see who’s the big winner this time!
And, drumroll please!
After a highly technical selection process that involved asking my husband for a number between 1 and 12 , the winner is:
So, congratulations, Cherish! I’ll be sending you an email to get your mailing address so I can get this package sent out right away. (Keep an eye out on your spam folder, just in case.)
If you weren’t the lucky one today, you should still get your hands on a copy of this collection- it’s really magnificent. And, it’s available here!
I got a lovely surprise in the mail the other day! Apparently KnitPicks made a beautiful book of all the 52 Weeks of Dishcloths patterns that they published for free all last year. The book is filled to the brim with literally dozens of patterns for beautiful dishcloths. Some are simple and classy (Checks and Eyelets Facecloth):Some are silly and fun (Pumpking Dishcloth):And everything in-between.
I’ve even got three patterns included in the book, the Maritime Dishcloth:The Pinwheel Dishcloth:And, the Snowbank Spa Cloth (It’s a “spa cloth” because I like alliteration. You could totally use it as a dishcloth):I’ve got an extra copy of the book , so let’s do a giveaway (I love doing giveaways! They’re the best!). To enter, respond below with your favorite dishcloth from the collection! I’ll pick a winner some time next week.
And, if you don’t win, or if you’re too impatient to wait until your copy of the book arrives, all the dishcloth patterns are available here for free!