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!
That’s right, knitters! Surprise! Another pattern- and it’s one I’m super proud of!
Introducing: The Laura Shawl!It’s a gorgeous (if I say so myself) cabled wrap, almost six feet long and two feet wide. It looks great wrapped around your shoulders, or cozied up under your chin. And, frankly, it’s big enough to act as a lap blanket when you go out to eat, and they set you too close to a drafty window.
The Laura Shawl is knit in gorgeous tweedy wool that works great with cables. Four wide panels of complex cables are interspersed with some knit/purl texture, and the whole bad boy is finished with thick fringe on either end, just to make it feel extra-luxurious.
The best part? It’s part of another beautiful book from Knit Picks, the Woodsmoke Cable Collection.This book is absolutely breathtaking. It’s chock full of 16 lushly cabled patterns- sweaters, blankets, scarves and hats.
I mean, look at these:Really, I want to work up all of these for myself. (Or maybe have someone else do it so I don’t have to wait?)What’s that? You want a copy? Buy yourself a copy here!
Or, comment below with a description of your most complicated cable project for a chance to win a free copy! (The winner will be named next Friday, so stay tuned!)