It's Giveaway Day! - CLOSED

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This giveaway is now closed, thank you to all that entered!

It's finally here!  Sew, Mama, Sew!'s Giveaway Day!  I'm so excited as it's my first giveaway too!

So, what have I got to giveaway?

The Prize:
I've  just released my Clara pattern this month on Ravelry (if you're a knitter and not a member, you so should be!)  So I thought I would give away a special, signed copy of the pattern and a skein of Vintage Purls superwash merino sock wool to go with it.  If the winner is on Ravelry, I will also gift a pdf copy for free (if it's already been purchased, I will refund the purchase price).

And because I couldn't choose what colour yarn to give away, I'll let the winner decide from the four pictured below!

(Click on the name to see a better picture of each colour)

Make sure you check out my other designs and keep an eye out for the 8ply/DK version of Clara early in the New Year!  I'm also (mentally) working on several other trans-seasonal designs I plan to release in the coming year too!


How to Enter:

I'm always after ideas for new knitting designs, so leave me a comment on this post telling me what children's clothing you like to knit or if you've seen an interesting item of clothing (sewn or knit) that you'd love to make (pictures - or links to - would be great!) or even just a motif/design feature you like.
Or, if you've just spent hours commenting on 101 other blogs' giveaways, just say 'Hi, me too, please!'
(Only comments on this post will count for the giveaway, though feel free to comment anywhere!)

For an extra entry, become a follower - make sure you are a public follower or I won't know you are and it won't count!  (This also guarantees that you'll be one of the first to hear about any new designs as they progress too!)

Please include an email address or link to a Blogger profile, etc to contact you by, otherwise make sure you're a follower so you can contact me when I announce the winner.


The Details:

I will ship to any address, so international entries are welcome!

The giveaway will be open until Friday 17 December, but I will randomly draw a winner sometime on Saturday afternoon/evening to allow for time differences.

The winner will need to make contact by 20 December or I will re-draw.

I will try my best to ship the prize as soon as I have an address but because of Christmas and school holidays I can't guarantee getting to the post office easily so please be patient with me (I will let the winner know when it has gone.)

The prize is as stated above and there are no exchanges - if you don't want it, don't enter!


Amber

Some say he’s half man half fish, others say he’s more of a seventy/thirty split. Either way he’s a fishy bastard.

220 comments:

  1. Beautiful yarn. I don't knit but I do crochet. I want to make myself a nice shrug, but I just haven't. Been to busy making dolls. :)

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  2. I would love a tee-shirt design with puffed sleeves that you could make long/short (like to wear over leggings etc) ... that and a skirt with some sort of cables because I want to get more into that ...
    Blessings ...

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  3. I'm in, and following, too. I love vest-type tops, and have made a few milos. Very versatile for kids, I think. If I win, I'll make a Clara in buttercup for my 2yo, Jasmine. ;D

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  4. Beautiful yarn and pattern.

    I love to sew / crochet / knit things that are a bit quirky and make you do a double take, for example the dead fish hat published in Knitty. Thats what floats my boat!

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  5. Glacial Stream and it has to go to a friend to knit!

    Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Hi & thanks for having the giveaway! I like to knit cables. As far as baby knitting goes, I like socks! Thanks again!

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  7. I have a boy, so I like vests and hats best!
    vhpark(at)gmail(dot)com
    vhpark on Ravelry

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  8. It's so cute!
    I love knitting kids socks! They are quick and adorable.

    nikkapotamus on Ravelry

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  9. I'm a novice knitter...so, no patterns to offer. Love the yarn you're offering!

    I'm participating in the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! I hope you have time to stop over and enter my giveaway at homemakerhoney.com

    Merry Christmas!

    Deborah
    Homemaker Honey
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  10. Oh, gorgeous! Thanks for the very generous giveaway. I love to knit things with lace patterns. I wish I had a link to describe some of my favorite lace patterns, but I saw them at a book at the library... I am swooning over many of the Garnstudio baby knits, like their lacy Christening dresses and sweet little sweaters. Currently I want to knit some Elizabeth Zimmerman classics in bulkier weight yarn for the winter.

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  11. what a cute little pattern!

    i'll show the link for the sweater i really, really need to make for my friend's baby. he won't get to wear it till next fall, but i'm already excited to get started: it's the baby sophisticate sweater!

    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baby-sophisticate

    thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  12. I am a knitter and truly enjoy it! I enjoy knitting different things...hats, sweaters, dishcloths, afghans. :) I would like to start knitting socks...but haven't tried yet! :)

    I am thrilled with your giveaway! Pick me! ;)
    Have a great week!
    Warmly,
    Katy

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  13. Have you checked out Vanessa's knitted dresses at doyoumindifiknit.typepad.com ??
    Absolutely breathtaking!
    Thank you for the giveaway

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  14. i love making hats!
    i'm on ravelry-i'll go check out your links...
    come and check out my blog-i'm participating in the giveaway too :)

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  15. That is one pretty pattern, and that yarn is so lovely too - what a great giveaway! I love knitting boys vests - and I love making my boys wear them too :)

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  16. Beautiful yarn! I like the red colorway the best.

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  17. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway! I have girls too, and I'm dying to make Fiona's Top on Ravelry. I love how it's a dress, it's a tunic, and it looks like it would take a lot to outgrow!

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  18. I've been knitting longies for my babies. It's weirdly addictive. There's a free pattern on Ravelry for longies called Kanoko Pants that are *adorable*

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    eidolons AT gmail DOT com

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  19. I knit a jumper (dress, not sweater) for my niece last year that I think is just adorable.

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  20. Though I don't knit for kids (still a kid myself, in a way...) I'd LOVE some NZ yarn. I have the best memories from my trip there last year, but not yarny memories.

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  21. Thank you for doing a great giveaway!! Happy holidays to you and yours. xox

    krencamp(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. Oh my goodness, that is stunning. I started following you.

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  23. I am knitting beginner and I mostly do hats right now.

    annedemps(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  24. I'm new to knitting so something easy and for boys would be great.

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  25. I made this crocheted bag last spring. I would love a slightly larger bag. I'm into the felted wool too. http://mamabeefromthehive.blogspot.com/2010/02/felted-gardenia-wool-beach-tote.html

    bmoore_mamabee@hotmail.com

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  26. I have been sewing lots of Charlie Tees and Hoodies (the pattern is from Fishsticks Designs) they're great!

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  27. I also just crochet, although I have needles and a how-to-knit book sitting around. That creamy yellow yarn is screaming baby project to me. I'm due in February so that's about all I can think about anyways :) I'm babbling now! I've been making winter hats for the time being.
    kimberly.mace at gmail .com

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  28. When I grew up my mom knitted the most wonderful Poncho, I so would love some for my girls. Wonderful yarn!

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  29. my favorite children clothes to sew are from the citronelle and oliver and s lines. knitted items i like to make are swingy cardigans and sweater dresses.

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  30. That yarn is so pretty! I love the love lies bleeding so much!

    I would adore baby leg warmer and baby pants patterns. They are the best!

    Thank you for sharing your talents and GORGEOUS yarns!!!

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  31. Beautiful! The pattern AND the yarn! I'm kind of into designing kids knitwear myself, but I've been much more into sewing lately, so I'm not sure what I'd be interested in for another pattern. I love the lace in your pattern - maybe a modern-styled sweater with some lace details? Oh, and I like all your yarn colors, but I think I would go for the glacial blue. My daughter has blue eyes that I think this would really show off. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  32. I'm really into girly designs these days. I love puffy sleeves. The mini manu comes close, but they're not puffy enough (well, the version I made fell a little flat, not sure if I did something wrong). I would love the whispered thoughts yarn if I win. All the colorways are gorgeous, but that's my favorite.

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  33. I love the Whispered Thoughts color. Great design. thank you

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  34. My son wants me to knit (or crochet) him a Peruvian Chullo, but I've been dissatisfied with the patterns I've seen thus far. All my boys would love one, I'm sure. Thanks for a great giveaway. I love the glacial stream yarn.

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  35. What a beautiful pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!! I'd choose the blue yarn, but my partner would have to make it, as I can't knit yet. I do, however, choose patterns for her. My recent favorite is the Stella Pixie hat--so cute!!

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  36. That yarn looks beautiful!!!!

    I'd love to win this!

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  37. Hi, thanks for the giveaway! It's lovely yarn!
    I like to knit hats and mittens for our cold winters - they make for great gifts!

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  38. I am also a follower! I love the name of your blog!!

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  39. I like to knit & am on Ravelry, but I have knit very little recently. Maybe I like the romantic idea of knitting more...actually, the only thing from keeping me from knitting more is lack of time. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway. I love the red colorway the best. Ideas for knitted items? pantaloons? nappy covers? knitted edgings to add to shorts or culottes? hurrayic(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  40. That yarn is gorgeous. There is a great need for knitting pattern for little boys. I have a 6 month old son and am always so jealous when I see the plethora of girls patterns - how many sweaters can I make him? I especially love little versions of hip clothes for guys.

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  41. I love to knit and am a crochet newbie. Ravelry is my second home page - I love that place.

    This is a great giveaway. I have an adorable little girl in mind for this beautiful pattern! I love the buttercup skein, just reminds me of summer & sunshine!

    My favorite things to knit are accessories - hats, cowls, gloves/mittens, etc. Nothing tops off a cute outfit like an adorable cloche!

    Thanks for the giveaway and continued good luck!

    Thanks for the giveaway and continued good luck!

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  42. I am making my daughter a pair of knited leg warmers-off of Ravelry, Ithin they are going to turn out sweet!

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  43. I would love some fun boy knit hats. And the Love Lies Bleeding color is beautiful!
    amandassnyder at yahoo dot com

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  44. beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win! I love making hats for my two kids.
    janegstewart(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  45. That Buttercup yarn is heavenly! Love the colour!

    My daughter is 18 now, so I'm no longer knitting children's clothing, but I did make her some sweet sweaters back in the day. Now I stick to scarves and hats - they'll fit anyone!

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  46. I love to crochet or knit little fingerless gloves or hand warmers. They are key for the winters around here :)

    Thanks!

    orinoco14 at yahoo dot com

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  47. I love vests or little tops that can be worn overtop of t-shirts in the spring and skivvys or long sleeved tops in the autumn and winter

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  48. Hi! Me, me!! :) I love your pattern and the yarn is gorgeous too.

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  49. I would love to knit a little girls skirt. I was never very keen on knitted skirts until I saw a girl in one and it was amazing!

    thepricklypinecone(at)gmail.com

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  50. I love your patterns. My favorite thing to knit for kids (and I have 6!) is a sweater with cable designs and simple shaping. Classic. Love the yarn. Gorgeous. Surprise me with a color if I win!
    amchart on Ravelry

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  51. I would love for my mom to knit my daughter a little scarf with this yarn!

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  52. I love any simple patterns for baby hats. That's my thing!

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  53. I love these socks:
    http://lollygirl.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/osloann1.jpg

    Thanks!

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  54. First of all I love the yarn colors! Whomever wins is going to have a hard time choosing! I love bright colored yarn in modern style patterns. So many childrens things you can buy are so boring and I love exciting so I have to make them!

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  55. I saw a baby with knit socks the other day that looked like she was wearing mary jane's with socks on. Super adorable!

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  56. I do lots of knitting, usually just hats and mittens, but I have several granddaughters would would love a top knit from your pattern.

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  57. I love baby dresses to knit. They are hard to find sometime.

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  58. I am addicted to Ravelry!! I haven't learned to knit yet, but I do love to crochet! I would really enjoy the Buttercup yarn! So pretty!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!
    h_freund@hotmail.com

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  59. This patern is lovely and so is the yarn! My sister recently started knitting and if I won, I would give this to her. Thanks for the chane to win!

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  60. Happy Holidays and thanks for the chance to win!

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  61. that's such a cute pattern! Have you done it in adult sizes?
    I haven't done much kid knitting, but every time a friend has a baby, they get a peapod sweater (I'm wamozart12 on ravelry, you can see them all in my projects page). I'm trying to branch out and once my holiday crafting is done (and my knitpicks order arrives...) I'm casting on a baby bubbles sweater.

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  62. What gorgeous yarns! I don't knit all that much (okay I can barely make a scarf), but I love sweaters. The kind that are a little loose, if that makes sense. Not loose, airy. Like you have to wear another shirt underneath because you can see through it. Yeah that kind. Thanks girl!

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  63. Yeah - Me too! (no, just kidding!) I have been venturing out and trying to knit more challenging things for gifts. I have just finished a project with a RFC in it, and I had never done one of those before. I've never knit lace either... it would be great to try it with your top first! I'm emandmikey on ravelry - you can see what I've finished up if you want to look. I hope to do more tops for my daughter (she's 8) and maybe more things for myself this year.

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  64. What a great pattern! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  65. LOve the pattern and yarn. The extent of my child knitting has been bibs, booties, and hats...I'm hoping to try a sweater.
    ...off to become a follower!

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  66. i have a little girl myself so i would love to see something with ruffles . thanks for the giveaway :)

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  67. Am now a follower and beautiful work you do.

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  68. Beautiful yarn! I'd love to make simple cardies and jackets for my little nieces.

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  69. lovely. I made some leg warmers for my 2 ballet girls = they were fun and quick!

    thanks for the lovely giveaway

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  70. There will be a new book in the spring called More Knitting in the Sun with patterns for kids that you might like! The cover photo is on Amazon already, and it looks like the age range is perfect for your girls. Thanks for participating in giveaway day!

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  71. I love to knit and spin. This is a great giveaway. I have to say my favorite pattern for girls to knit is The Pinwheel Sweater. I also love to knit the Wallaby for boy or girl.

    lotsofhermies on Rav

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  72. What a great giveaway. I am definitely going to add that pattern to my queue. I am always looking for great sweaters for both my daughter and my sons.

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  73. How cute! I'd love to make that for my littlest niece.
    Thank you for participating in the big giveaway day!

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  74. Oh, it's so beautiful! I would love to see a lacy, Springlike cardigan for little girls, similar to the lace pattern on Clara. I'd have to choose the pinkish yarn for my little girl. :) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  75. Thanks for the giveaway Amber. I'm currently making a cabled baby's cardigan for friend who is due in two weeks. Cabled baby tops are just so cute. Love Lies Bleeding is my choice of the yarn - who could go past a yarn with a colourway name like that?

    Bee
    http://lardertales.wordpress.com

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  76. The love lies bleeding is absolutely gorgeous. Thank you for the chance!
    thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  77. Oh, GORGEOUS! Especially the Love Lies Bleeding colorway. Just so pretty.

    Here's my first knitting pattern.

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  78. Beautiful pattern and I have a friend who has a little girl - it would be adorable for her...

    Love the yarns - they are beautiful - Whispered Thoughts is just beautiful!

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  79. Love these, especially the airy look of them. I am working diligently, but slowly, on a winter sweater for my toddler. I think sweaters are some of my favorite things.
    cynsaw2@yahoo.ca

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  80. Hats are my favorites...mostly because my son loves them so much.

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  81. I'm a new knitter and haven't thought of clothing to make yet, I've made Christmas socks and fingerless gloves and loved both projects. My grandma made our baby blessing dresses and they were amazing. I wish I could find a pattern for that.

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  82. I'm cloth nappying so I'm loving knitting soakers and longies.

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  83. I love your pattern! I'm pretty sure I hearted it on Rav a few days ago, if not I'm going to go find it! I love to knit little tops for my girls!

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  84. Gorgeous yarn! I haven't made much for my kids yet since getting back into knitting, but I've knit a lot of scarves and hats! I also knit the Shalom cardigan that is on Ravelry and that was a lot of fun!

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  85. Lovely pattern. I've enjoyed knitting open sweaters for kids as it's quick and I think parents appreciate not wedging kids into clothing.

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  86. I'm also a new follower as I love to hear about new projects.

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  87. oh I watched the release of this pattern on Rav, would love to knit it! That blue yarn is gorgeous!

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  88. Hi from New Plymouth,

    I would like to try making a boheme (or two) for my friends twins. I'm also loving many of tikkis patterns and yours remind me a little of those.

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  89. My 7 yr-old daughter would look lovely in that Clara top - no matter what colour! I'll make sure to check your patterns on Ravelry.

    As for children patterns I look for, it's usually cardigans, hats and scarves.

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  90. Hello! I love to knit tank tops for myself, they go so much faster than sweaters so it's much more fulfilling.

    zilliahbailey (at) gmail (dot) com

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  91. Cool giveaway! Just discovered your blog- fellow kiwi.

    I have a bit of a thing for cardigans at the moment, just love them on little girls, oh and dresses, they just look adorable!

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  92. I am new to knitting & crochet, but have seen some pretty tunic patterns I would love to make.

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  93. Gorgeous yarn! I'm always looking for patterns for pullovers in thin yarn; something light and warm and closefitting for wearing under other things. Usually I struggle to find patterns that fit snugly around the arms.

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  94. Woah, what a prize! I love anything with Peter pan collars for little ones

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  95. oooh! i have sock yarn that is waiting to become clothes!

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  96. Hi! Great giveaway, I really love the whispered thoughts wool for it's color, but love the "love lies bleeding" for it's name LO!

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  97. I love to knit hats and sweaters for boys. I'm always on the look out for something a little special for boys.

    life596(at)aol(dot)com

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  98. I just started knitting. I would love to see some girl dresses patterns. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  99. Love the yarn and pattern. Thank you for participating

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  100. i like thick soft beanies for my son :)
    dkburroughs21(at)aol(dot)com

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  101. I have only made blankets, but that shirt is lovely! I'd love to try to make that.

    mcheaston {at} gmail {dot} com

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  102. I'm still on scarves and would love to work my way up to sweaters someday...even socks would be good!

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  103. I am always on the look out for boys patterns, my man loves me knitting for him and is jealous that my daughter gets all the knitting! I love the look of the "whispered thoughts". Just found your blog today! That new pattern is so cute and girly, love it, going to add to my next project.

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  104. My daughter is the knitter in the family. She makes cute baby hats and some blankets. Since she's new to it she keeps trying different things. I'm getting socks for Christmas. I love the red yarn and the name of it.

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  105. That's a very pretty pattern! The yarns are beautiful too - I think Love Lies Bleeding is my favorite.

    As for the design ideas - I like cardigans with cute little details like a birdie on a sleeve or flowers along the hem.

    (Love your Geodesic Cardigan in the December 2 post, the color's fantastic.)

    I also started following you.

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  106. Crochet and knitting baby blankets is what I like best....after quilting!

    This blog hopping is getting very time intensive....I've got a give away too please come and visit....I think you will like what I'm giving away. Thanks for the chance to win:)

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  107. Thanks for the great giveaway! I'm actually knitting my first piece without a pattern. You need to come to Turkey where women really know how to knit!

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  108. I have only been knitting for about a year, but I would love to knit a dress for my girls.

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  109. Pick me because I really need that Love Lies Bleeding. I am a sock knitter & would love a pair that looks just like that. :)

    I like to knit kids sweaters. They knit up fast before you feel like you've worked an million years on them like adult sweaters can be.

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  110. OOOH! I love love lies bleeding! I am on ravelry but I have been on a quilting binge and have not signed in for many months. January will soon be here and that is my usual knitting time.
    I have been sewing twirly skirts for my granddaughters lately but I don't really use a pattern.

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  111. Lovely prize. I'm always on the look out for baby jacket type patterns.

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  112. Right now I'm working on an Irish Hiking scarf...I think knitting a dress would be far beyond me! But I LOVE those yarns and would love to win!

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  113. I love children's designs that mirror grown up clothing... An anthropologie inspired girl's sweater? With ruffles and fun buttons?

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  114. I haven't knit much children's clothing. Boys socks with trains or something?

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  115. The LOVE LIES BLEEDING looks very pretty! How about a tie pattern for men/young men???

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  116. I love knitting baby vests and cardigan....when they turn out!!!

    thouraya13@hotmail.com

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  117. Since kids grow so quickly, I prefer smaller projects. I just saw a picture of tiny leg warmers that I think would make a cute quick pattern and you could make many variations of the same pattern. Thanks for entering me into your drawing! Love the pattern you are giving away and will have a hard time picking which color when I win! :>) Plan to subscribe to your blog as well. Happy Holidays!

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  118. Blue is my favorite color and I am just learning to knit!

    Thank you for the great give away!

    SheilaC

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  119. I love bolero/shrugs the most. For me and my baby girl!

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  120. Thank you for the wonderful give away!

    SheilaC

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  121. Beautiful pattern & yarn! I'd choose the buttercup colorway. I always want to find a new simple-ish but original looking baby sweater knitting pattern that will work for boys and girls both. Thank you for the giveaway. PS I'm on ravelry too.

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  122. I love knit dresses that can work with long sleeves and leggings in cold weather and on their own in warm weather- Like Clara!

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  123. What a sweet pattern and the yarn is beautiful!!! Thank you for the chance to win!!

    PS I'm on Raverly also.

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  124. I'm a new follower and am enjoying your blog.

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  125. i do crochet and my favorite stuff are socks. WE have a cement floor so warm socks are always appreciated.

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  126. Oh, that yarn is yummy. Glacial blue for me, definitely. I actually don't knit (I quilt) but my mom makes the most gorgeous socks and she would knit me up a pair in a jiffy if I just sent her the wool. My daughter finds wool sweaters too scratchy, but loves wrist warmers, and since I adore the look of cables, then cableknit wrist warmers would be my suggestion!

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  127. I'm only a beginning knitter, but I would love to learn how to make cute little hats and cardigans for my kids. And a knit tunic for my daughter. Thanks for the giveaway! cherrymonty@gmail.com

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  128. I think a knitted tunic to wear over leggings would be really cool, with a lacy pattern at the top.

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  129. I am a new follower now too. Lovely giveaway

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  130. Love the top, and my daughter would love one in blue! I love knit cardigans--my daughter is always pulling on and taking off cardigans as she gets warm or cold. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ktyoung1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  131. I not a knitter but I wish I was...I;m sure I can find someonw willing to knit this little cutie for me though! Thanks for the giveaway

    PS I can't find your 'follow' link?? I'd like to!

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  132. I love to knit for my niece and nephew hats. I think kids looks absolutely adorable in them. Thanks for the giveaway.

    Ann
    oceanian[at]lycos[dot]com

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  133. Love to knit baby sweaters. and booties for gifts.

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  134. I am a knitter, on Ravelry my username is Thomas. I post not so much since i have my blog. That takes all my time.... My last post on my blog is about cute dolls I knitted. The pattern is out of a vintage magazine..... I love the redbleeding yarn

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  135. I do not know how to knit. I crochet and I love to crochet anything.

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  136. Gorgeous top! I love the blue yarn. It's beautiful. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  137. What I like to knit and crochet the most is accessories - mostly big, thick scarves and fingerless gloves.
    I've also made some pants - to be warm at home in.
    I would love the love lies and bleeding skein.

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  138. I'm new to knitting but hope to make something like that someday.

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  139. I have just discovered your patterns and I love this one!! I would love to have ago at knitting socks, they would be so nice wear mmmm. Gorgeous yarn please count me in, I have become a follower too. Tinylovely on Rav.

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  140. My favorite sweater that I knit for my daughter is Mabel - classic and cute all in one! Thank you for the opportunity to win!
    blueberryblues on Rav

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  141. I'm in the midst of making two things from ravelry - Steggie by Julia Farwell-Clay for my son and Oriental Lily by Georgie Hallam for my daughter.

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  142. I mostly like to make basic stuff like hats and scarves, occasionally I will be brave enough to try a swaeter

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  143. I love knitting babies booties and covers.thank you for this chance. hugs

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  144. I am new follower. I love your blog. hugs

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  145. I'm new to knitting, but I think I'd like to make a little girl's cape. I loved one that I had as a little girl

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  146. Thank's so much for the giveaway. I would love to have a skein of the red yarn 'love lies bleeding.' Hmmm... I probably couldn't give you any ideas for children's clothing. I'm not a very experienced knitter. All I ever knit is scarves.

    alittlesparc(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  147. I signed up to follow. Haven't knitting very much, but I'm in love with that yarn and the pattern. I have three granddaughters and the youngest one loves anything that is delicate and flowie...guess that's a word.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  148. I'm a new knitter, but have been crocheting for a while. I am a sucker for beautiful yarn!

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  149. I have only knit one sweater. It was fun, but took so long! Thank you for the chance to win!

    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail(dot)com

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  150. Turns out I'm going to be one of the just say Hi crowd. I don't know much about children's clothing (knit or sewn) so I'm not much help there. I did want to comment and say that your pattern is really cute.

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  151. I don't knit, but my mother does and she makes my daughter dresses. She doesn't follow patterns though and creates beautiful things on a whim. Your pattern looks beautiful!

    thetottery(at)gmail(dot)com

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  152. OH! Such a lovely pattern and the yarn looks de-lish! I would love a chance at getting this wonderful giveaway!

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  153. I am new to knitting so I don't have anything I like yet. But I will be taking a look around for inspiration :)

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  154. Would love to figure out how to make knitted and felted diaper covers kinda like these, but felted! http://www.etsy.com/listing/59960227/wool-diaper-cover-soaker-size-large-12?ref=sr_gallery_25&ga_search_query=wool+soakers&ga_search_type=handmade&ga_page=&order=&includes[0]=tags&includes[1]=title&filter[0]=handmade

    SO cute. :)

    If I won I'd pick Love Lies Bleeding. So pretty.
    Genevieve
    jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net

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  155. I have been itching to knit these days. I never have felted and have been interested of late in doing a bit of this. I would like to make some felted slippers and also felted crowns for my little ones as part of the Christmas from me. thanks so much Kristie kristiebrock@yahoo.com

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  156. What a great giveaway. I like it when designers share their patterns. I looked over your site and saw the giveaway pattern done up in the multi blue yarn. It looked so nice. That would be the color scheme my daughter would want me to make.
    My daughter is really into fingerless gloves right now. I am not good at knitting in the round yet but all the patterns I like are done that way. So that would be my suggestion.

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  157. Hi Amber! i'm j-j from Ravelry and I love that I've stumbled across your blog while entering all the billions of giveaways! Your pattern is just stunning, I must add it to my queue if I haven't already :)

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  158. Currently I am all about knitting scarves for everyone from my daughter to my mother-in-law. :) And Glacial Stream is BEAUTIFUL!! <3

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  159. I just learned to knit this year. I'm halfway through my first scarf. :-D
    I'm hoping to get to the level of sock knittiing. I LOVE wool socks. :-D

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  160. I like to make wool longies (cloth diaper covers that are pants) for my little guy. I've only made the Itchy Fingers pattern.

    thanks for the chance!

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  161. GFC follower. love the yarn!

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  162. I have been commenting a ton but I will say that I would like some sort of hoodie knitted.. .is that too much? I am learning to knit and I know I would not tackle this project for a long time but I know it is a project I would love to try! I love this giveaway and woudl love to win!

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  163. I am following now and I am excited. I think I have a lot to learn from you!

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  164. Wow, that's beautiful yarn! I haven't really managed to knit any clothing yet (besides a few hats) and just recently finished a shawl for my Mom for Christmas. Next up I want to knit my hot water bottle a cover in a norwegian sweater style, kinda like these.

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

    Isabel
    bytesizedpieces (at) gmail.com

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  165. Signed up to follow, and commented, but looks like my comment went AWOL. :-(

    Anyway, love the look of that yarn! I've been eyeing up cardigan and cocoon patterns for a friends baby due early next year.

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  166. I love knitting socks. It doesn't matter who they're for.
    The Love Lies Bleeding color is pretty!

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  167. I have yet to learn to knit but have some friends willing to teach me and I have a lovely pattern from my sister for a cover sweater my sister gave me from Vogue. Sorry, I can't find the pattern, I just went to look where I thought it was and its not there.

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  168. Ohhh delicious yarns!
    Me too, please!
    hugs from snowy northern ON, Canada,
    Heidi
    heidig@gmail.com

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  169. The yarn is beautiful. I want to learn more than my garter stitch afghans and dish cloths.

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  170. I am not a knitter - but a crocheter so the pattern won't work for me - but I love the yarn. All of them are really pretty & I'd like either of the outside ones - the blue one or the red one.

    I'd really like to try to crochet a scarf from one of these.

    Thanks so much for joining in!
    Tina "The Book Lady"
    contact(dot)thebooklady(at)gmail.com
    http://familyliteracyandyou.blogspot.com

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  171. I'm following you on GFC.
    Thanks so much for joining in!
    Tina "The Book Lady"
    contact(dot)thebooklady(at)gmail.com
    http://familyliteracyandyou.blogspot.com

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  172. Ive actually never knitted an outfit, but I've love to try!

    please take a peek at my giveaway, if you get the chance...
    http://crissybell.blogspot.com
    crissybell17(at)gmail(dot)com

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  173. I've been knitting the rib-a-roni hat pattern on Ravelry like crazy this year. Four down, three to go! :-)

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  174. Would you believe my daughter wants a crochet bikini - its like a time warp!
    www.northcoastjo.wordpress.com

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  175. neat pattern and awesome yarn (glacial stream or love lies bleeding.... tough one!)!
    i'm on the lookout for a baby mitten pattern to whip up for my little boy.
    amezina (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  176. what a beautiful pattern! and that yarn would be so lovely to work with.

    i like the feather & fan motif, also i have been liking moss stitch and wonder whether it would translate into a hat brim of a lacy beret somehow. maybe not stretchy enough...

    thanks for the chance to win! my email is linked to in my profile.

    best!

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  177. Hmmm If I had the time I would definitely work on something with an undersea theme. Fish, coral, maybe on octopus. My kids would go nuts over that!

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  178. I love this pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/petrie
    and I would love to win your giveaway

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  179. I am still very much a beginner, doing things like hats, so this would be a great challenge!! I love the yarns but would have to choose the red bleeding one - just gorgeous!

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  180. So very true (what to make next) I would like to see a nice skirt pattern. I would choose the pink if I win.

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  181. that buttercup yarn is beautiful!! i've been wanting to learn more about top-down knitting, but haven't made the time, yet.

    great giveaway!!

    bess :)

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  182. I love the Buttercup. I knitted once before with my grandma so it might go to her or go to me for her to show again. This is why I don't have any idea what to answer your with. I love hats though and I saw a caplet in a knitting book that I gave her and thought it was beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Christmas. stephspitzer at gmail dot com

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  183. Thanks for the great giveaway and Merry Christmas to you. The last knitting for kids that I did was a bolero and some hats. I like the blue yarn.

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  184. Thank you for the chance to win the lovely giveaway. I really like patterns that have lace in especially love knitting socks and am always looking for new patterns for littlies.

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  185. I like to knit socks and mittens. There are a lot of great patterns for adults, but I'd love to see fun new patterns for children's mittens.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT Ca

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  186. I knit a lot for my daughter, latest being a rainbow dress. I vastly prefer patterns with minimal seaming. I don't like to sew knitting together (even though I sew clothes for my daughter, lol), I always end up converting patterns. Seamless also allows better use of variegated yarns. After years of solid colors, I want some color variance :)
    Oh, and I would love to see more lace for children. I adore clara pattern, so much more fun than plain knitting :)

    Oh, and my favorite would be the glacial stream. Off to look it up on ravelry, lol.

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  187. I like making little things... I'm working on baby socks for my best friend's baby.

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  188. Hi, I'm on Ravelry too! My username is marilynknits. This year I had a lot of fun knitting Irishgirlieknits' Sweet Baby Kate pattern for a baby hat and socks. (It's based on her earlier Cotty socks pattern.) I'd love the chance to win the skein of "Glacial Stream." Thanks for the great giveaway!
    mvlouie99(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  189. I know a little bit of knitting but I am more onto crochet - I just finished this booties;
    http://megan.cc/BooteeDaisy/

    Thanks for the chance :)

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