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March 22, 2013


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Sure, throw my knitted hat in the ring!

Kelly Little Bartels

I'd love to be included in the drawing.
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I'd like to be included in the drawing. Thank you.
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Diana Troldahl

Oh yes please! Toss my hat in the ring, it looks like a fascinating book :-}

Devin Helmen

Looks like a fantastic book, please throw my hat in the ring

L.M. Cunningham

Given I have nowhere to keep a real book, I'd love to have a digital one -- tossing my double-knit, handspun ski hat into the ring. :-)


Now that I have an iPad, a digital book would be lovely, and this one looks perfect, please include me in the drawing. Laurel

Joanne Seiff

Yes please! I may not have time to knit from it but it looks delightful!

Beth Butler

Beautiful patterns, and a great reason to stretch my breed-specific spinning! Throwing my handspun beanie in the ring (now that the 14 inches of snow is melting from Sunday)...

Susan Koester

What a beautiful book and what lovely patterns for handspun yarns!

Laura Walters

I never win these things, but oh, I have to try. What a beautiful book!


Lovely book, great silly video! Please add my name to the hat!


Oh, please! Those mitts look wonderful, and the wee coat may soon be on the needles for someone else!


I would love to have this book to learn more about these lovely wools. I really need to cast on those mitts!

Susan Foster

I would love Ann's book. I took a class from he at Knit UK in Sterling and LOVED it! I have long admired her wonderful projects!

Deb Robson

Well, if I'd done the drawing of the names, I would have wanted to figure out a way to pick everybody. Since that wasn't an option, I put everyone's name on a slip of paper, folded them all identically, put them on a table, mixed them up, and my daughter drew out one.

Congratulations, Joanne! You've won!

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