Saturday, 5 November 2011

Still celebrating

Now Knit Now is in the shops and seems to be doing quite well I thought I'd spread the love a little further with another giveaway. This time I'm giving away a pristine copy of Knit Now Issue 1 which has my Diamond of the First Water shawl pattern in it, a skein of the recommended yarn from Wild Fire Fibres (soon to become Eden Farm Yarns I hear) and a set of stitch markers that have come all the way from Sweden.

To win this yarn leave a comment recommending a pattern that you think I might like. I'll use a random number generator to pick a winner on November 23 at about midday GMT

16 comments:

Marthaamay O_o said...

Hello!

I think you would like these fishtail wristlets pattern, http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fishtail-wristwarmers
easy to knit with one of your lovely skeins, with a lacy but dense pattern to keep knitty hands busy!

Rossellastra said...

Hi!
I would say this scarf:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/saroyan
I love the leaves edge!
Have a nice day!

Hannonle said...

I think you would love the whimsy of the rubber duck socks http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rubberduck-socks

They're fun, warm, and sort of go with the water theme of the shawl.

Plus, if you're not a sock knitter, you can always make mittens out of the pattern instead :D


Hannonle @ ravelry

GirlAnachronismE said...

The city stole:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/city-stole
Just becuase it amazing!

And I'm dying for a copy of knit now, hope issue one's still around for me to get!

Anastacia said...

what a great giveaway, I found you via ravelry! I just finished my 2nd 198 yards of heaven, great fun quick knit. Or what about the frozen leaves shawl? I've knit up 4 of them :) so yeah, I might like that pattern too. i'm anastaciaknits on ravelry\
\http://anastaciaknits.net

affiknity.com said...

I have Haruni (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/haruni) on my list from a long time. I think you will like it too.

lorraine said...

lovely giveaway! i really love this pattern in particular http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/changing-directions-2 ... raineoc@yahoo.com - loveelle on ravelry

sillylittlelady said...

A quick and functional little accessory, I think you'd like the Knick Knack Knucks! I wear mine all the time, they're perfect for scooter rides in the cold or holding a freezing steering wheel on the way to work in the mornings.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/knick-knack-knucks

SillyLittleLady on Ravlery :)

cheryl said...

love the magazine and feel inspired to knit, will try the cowl before I tackle your beautiful shawl, have bought the needles and wool for cowl and have checked out the website for this lovely bfl wool and intend to order soon.
Have looked at some of the sites recommended in magazine, that's how I got to this blog, love it! Also love hats by woolywormhead. Hope you like this pattern I found as much as I do - www.knitty.com/ISSUEff11/PATTlingerie/php
bw
cheryl

Champy said...

7th try at posting here!!!

I think you would love this little sweater/pullover its soooo nice and I know you have the super knitting skills to make one, I just think it might be a little cold for now!

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/paper-dolls

Champy/Marie x

simplesavvy said...

What a great giveaway -- like receiving a well thought out present in the mail. I've always been a fan of the honeybee stole: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/honeybee-stole

Although I know honeybees inspire fear in some people, they just seem so friendly to me!

Amy said...

What another great giveaway! I will have to keep my eyes open for this magazine.

If you have not discovered it yet, I recommend the Seafoam Shawl
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/seafoam-shawl-2

knittaroo said...

That's a lovely pattern, congratulations on being published! I love knitting shawls.
I think you might like the Morgain shawl and maybe also the Seamair cardigan.

ilina (on Rav)

Angel said...

I think you might like the capelet of invisibility
http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/L10498.html?noImages=0

klgrant1971 said...

I think you might like this: It's super cute!!

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/red-squirrel-tea-cosy-and-pine-cone-egg-cosy

Not So Granny said...

New to your blog but after a poke around I think you'd probably like this pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/9-levens-shawl
it seems to be dutch so don't know if its possible to translate but it has stunning rippley eyelet loveliness and looks a nice level of challenge.