Friday, 16 March 2018

Book Giveaway: Windward Collection by Knit Picks!

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Cover Image of the Windward Collection, featuring a cabled pullover sweater.
Photo Credit: KnitPicks
Short post today, but I've got some exciting news, folks!

I'm giving away two free digital copies of the *Windward Collection,  published by KnitPicks, to two lucky winners on social media.  This beautiful pattern collection has sixteen patterns from some amazing designers, including my very own *MacAskill Scarf!

So, how do you enter? Well, I'm hosting two giveaways, once on Instagram, and one on Facebook!  And yes, you can enter on both platforms, so you've got two chances to win!

The contest will be open until 11:59 pm, March 31, so please, take a moment to go to either Facebook or Instagram (or both) and let me know which of the patterns from the Windward collection you'd like to make!

A woman wearing an intricately cabled knit hat.
Photo Credit: KnitPicks
A woman wearing a long cabled rectangular shawl.  The shawl is draped over her shoulder and falls to her feet.
Photo Credit: KnitPicks
I've already got a few favorites, with my personal choice being the beautiful *Carrick Shawl by Emily Dormier (even though I know it's a project I'd probably never finish, give it's size)! For a more manageable project, and something I'd have a hope of finishing in a year, I'd probably pick the
*Copan Hat by Joyce Fassbender.

Finally, do please note that comments left on this blog post, however much I love to hear your ideas, do not count as entries into the giveaway.   Please post your comments to Facebook or Instagram!

Well, I think that's it. All the technical stuff on the giveaways is over on
Facebook and Instagram, so you can find out everything else you need there!  I look forward to seeing people's thoughts and favorite patterns!

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