Monday, April 1, 2013

Monday Contest #1: Colorwork Socks and Fair Isle Hats, Scarves, Mittens and Gloves

It's Contest Time in Dakotaland! Every Monday for awhile, I'll be holding drawings for booklets, or whatever else I might feel like giving away that week. To enter, post a comment (and if you post anonymously, please at least leave your name in the comment itself, just in case you win). Entries are open until Saturday evening (April 6) and the winner will be announced on Sunday April 7. A new contest will go up on the following Monday. World-wide entries allowed.



Contest #1- Signed (if you like) copies of the Threads Selects booklets: Fair Isle Hats, Scarves, Mittens & Gloves, and Colorwork Socks. These booklets feature patterns from The Big Book of Socks and Fearless Fair Isle Knitting.

You may certainly enter as many times as you like, but your name will go into the hat only once. Remember- enter by posting a comment !

Enjoy!

27 comments:

Fríða said...

OMG! how great is that? please count me in, I´d love to get a hold of your patterns.
best wishes from Iceland
Frida

LJ Roberts said...

Tossing my name in. Okay, not for me, but for Jody the knitter.

Anonymous said...

I'm in!

Celeste Suter

MelissaH said...

I'm in!

Lisa Cook said...

Me, me....pick me! :-)

Lisa Cook said...

Me, me....pick me! :-)

callensgrandma said...

Putting my name in the hat

callensgrandma said...

Putting my name in the hat

Knit -University said...

This is a great prize to win. I hope it's me!
From sunny So. Cal.

Michele said...

I wish I lived somewhere near where you teach classes (you go a lot of places but never near me) because I would love to learn how to do colorwork and Fair Isle. A next best thing would be having your book to help me learn...I hope I win!

Melissa aka twoknitwit said...

I'm in, I'm in, I'm in!

and definitely signed if I win :)

Melissa

Knitnik said...

Woo hoo! Sounds like a great contest! Please throw me into the hat!

knittin'nan said...

I have never tried Fair isle knitting. It looks difficult but I will try most things once.-- Nancy Terpening

knittin'nan said...

I have never tried Fair Isle knitting. Looks difficult.

knittin'nan said...

I have never tried Fair Isle.

knittin'nan said...

This is great...sign me up!

AnneMarie said...

If studying your books can improve my fair Isle skills, Count me in!

AnneMarie in Asheville

maxine said...

Both of these books would be an awesome addition to my knitting resource library! I love when you do giveaways!

gayle said...

Love! Please sign me up!

Anonymous said...

Throw my name in the hat too please.
Donna

Anonymous said...

Please add my name to the hat too. I have been enjoying your blog for a while now. Keeping fingers crossed.

Thanks,
Anu Visweswaran

Anonymous said...

Please add my name to the hat too. I have been enjoying your blog for a while now. Keeping fingers crossed.

Thanks,
Anu Visweswaran

Anne May said...

I love your colorwork patterns! Can't find them now that I live in South Africa. Thanks for the contests!

Nancy D said...

Are these only available through Taunton?

Kathleen Taylor said...

Nancy- you can buy them through Amazon too. And I think most yarn stores can order copies.

Kathleen Taylor said...

And the winner is: Nancy D

Nancy- please e-mail me with your address and how you'd like the booklets signed, and I'll get them to you right away.

kathleentaylor1952@gmail.com-

Catherine Conrad said...

I adore seeing all of your paper dolls. It reminds me of my childhood when I had lots of paper dolls, which I played with and stored in layers of wax paper, all sorted out in a shoe box.