New Year, New Yarn Giveaway!

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Hello Friends!! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season filled with love, laughter and a crafty gift or two. We had a great Christmas and a very happy New Year at the Lime household. I also had a marvelous birthday mixed in with all of the other holiday goodness!!

I enjoyed a bit of time off of the cyber-grid but I missed you all and am excited to start another year of crafty adventures.

To get things kicked off right, how about a new yarn giveaway?? I recently discovered Knit Picks Galileo Yarn. It's a lovely sport weight wool/bamboo blend in rich colors that is soft, shiny and a dream to knit with.

For this giveaway, I'm offering 4 skeins of Galileo yarn in any color(s) of your choice!



But that's not all! I'm also giving away a brand new copy of the book, Literary Knits, 30 Patterns Inspired by Favorite Books.




To enter, just leave a comment below sharing one of your crafty goals for 2013. If you are a follower, leave 2 comments and double your chances.

I'll be picking a winner next Friday, January 11th!

This giveaway is open to anyone and everyone. If you are a no-reply blogger, please be sure to leave a way for me to reach you.

Raise your knitting needles for a toast to a crafty 2013 filled with new supplies, new projects and new friends! CHEERS and much love!!




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rubyslipperz said...

This is beautifully soft yarn...I've felt it in person! =)

Great giveaway! Please, just consider this a friendly "hello" and not an entry =)

hugZ,
annie

Jane S. said...

I'm a follower of yours through Google Reader/RSS feed. :)

Jane S. said...

One of my crafty goals is to teach my teenaged daughter how to knit. She learned back when she was a Brownie, but that was a long time ago and she has forgotten. She actually asked me to teach her so this is a big moment (for me, anyway) :)

Amber Flynn said...

Hi,

I do not know if I am a follwer, I just started blogging and on my dashboard you are on my reading list :)

I do not need to enter, I live in Australia so postage is killer.

I just wanted to say, I really enjoy reading your blog :)

asimetris said...

hi,,
one of my crafty goal for this year is one product for a week,, hope i can more productive than last year,,

regard,
Sari
ratihpadmasari@gmail.com

asimetris said...

i'm one of your follower,,
hope i'm the lucky person who win this giveaway,, ;)

regard,
Sari
ratihpadmasari@gmail.com

Duni said...

Glad the holidays and your birthday were wonderful - oh, and happy (belated) birthday to you!!
This is such a generous giveaway. That yarn is gorgeous! I'm only a newbie knitter, but I'd love to get my hands on those pink/red skeins ;-)
happy new year!
Duni

Duni said...

I follow via GFC :)

One of my crafty goals this year is to take up sketching with charcoal again!

Gill said...

I'm a happy follower!

Gill said...

I'm hoping to finish lots of UFOs this year!

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

Happy New Year!
Love that pink yarn! I'm not a knitter, but I wish all your entrants good luck :)

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I'm a follower...love that yarn. I think I NEED it. LOL

Thanks for a chance to win.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I crochet so I'll be doing some of that this year. Perhaps this is the year I'll conquer knitting too!

Emma Wright said...

I'm doing a 365day challenge to knit everyday and photograph my progress :) It's going really well so far, I'm three days in!
Emma x

Leslie Andersen said...

Ooh, yarn! I have just started knitting doll hats, so that's what I would use this for.

Belated happy birthday, and happy New Year to you!

Leslie Andersen said...

I suppose my main crafty goal is to learn to crochet...it's been on my list for a while!

Margay said...

Oh, that looks like a great book! My goal this year is to get more of my patterns online and create more, of course!

Margay said...

I follow your blog!

Anonymous said...

like rubyslipperz, i wanted to stop by and greet you happy new year. i often stop by to check out your blog for crafting tips :)
Aimee from Craftmates

Chelsea @ Garden-Me.com said...

Ooh, that is shiny! I am having a baby at the end of January and I just cast on a sweater for him. This will be my second sweater and my goal is to finish it before he is 1 (hopefully WAY before he's 1, ha!).
Thanks for the chance :-)

Chelsea @ Garden-Me.com said...

I follow via GFC as Chelsea @ Garden-Me.com

suburban prep said...

One of my goals is to learn more ways of knitting (dpn and stranding and two colors in the same row and socks).


suburban prep said...

I follow via GFC

CometGirl63 said...

My crafty goal is to finish all my WIP from 2012 and before. Tough, right? :)

CometGirl63 said...

also, I'm a blog follower!

nettiejdear said...

Want to win! My crafty goals include organizing my sewing room!

nettiejdear said...

Want to win! My crafty goals include organizing my sewing room!

Jessica Jo said...

Follower!

Jessica Jo said...

We are house hunting now (because apparently 11,000 sq ft is not big enough for these 5 human beings + their 2 fur babies) so my crafty goal for the year is to find a house and get my own craft room AND organize it. How's that for a goal?

Heather M. said...

What a great giveaway! I would pass this along to my daughter as she's the knitter. My goals are to post more often and more regularly on my blog.

Fiadhnat said...

One of my craft goals for 2013 is to convert our store (aka 'junk') room into a craft room for me.

Fiadhnat said...

I'm a follower. My other main goal for 2013 is to finish my Great American Aran Afghan.

Skwishee said...

I'm hoping to finally finish the baby quilt (my first quilt!) that I had intended to be ready for the birth of my friends baby. In October. :\

Erica said...

Golly gosh, sign me up!! As for goals, I got a sewing machine for Christmas and my goal is to learn to sew this year. Not sure exactly what that means, but I'm just gonna throw myself into it and see where it takes me...

Erica said...

Comment # 2 just for good measure. ;)

Skwishee said...

I'm also a follower, so I get two comments, right?

I'm also hoping to learn some new skills and refine others. Maybe get my butt in gear and start making some things to sell as my family have been telling me to do for years. :)

Nona said...

I am a follower. I sure enjoy your inspirations you share.

Nona said...

One of my craft goals is to use up some of the yarn I have and try more challenging projects.

meet.make.laugh. said...

Happy New Year!!! Wellll I can never say no to new yarn.... so my crafty goal is to by the end of the year open an etsy shop. Eeeeppp this could be a big goal. ~Stephanie

Helen said...

Wow - that yarn looks fabulous, love the colours :)
One of my crafty goals this year is to finish a couple of WIPs - Jumper for DS1 and a shrug for me. Fingers crossed the jumper is finished before it is outgrown :D

Helen said...

Another goal is to start the wall hanging that has been playing on my mind for several years - doubt I'll get it finished, I'll be doing too many swaps over on craftster, but I want to at least get it started.

Kathrynn said...

Beautiful yarn, thanks for the chance to win some.
My crafty goal this year is to finish most if not all of my ufo's

dragonswing said...

My goal is to finally use of a lot of my fabric and yarn stashes. I got some ideas and patterns to make for the nursing homes so hopefully I will get it accomplished.

dragonswing said...

I am a follower.

Homerof2 said...

I just (re)learned to knit in the fall of 2012 but I'm already tired of scarves and dishcloths so one of my crafty goals for 2013 is to learn to knit something different, something a little more fun!

Homerof2 said...

I'm a follower and fellow Craftster member. Another of my crafty goals for 2013 is to finish all the quilts I currently have on the go.

Sara said...

My crafty goals include a couple baby blankets and sweaters as I have a cousin who's expecting!

Sara said...

Also I'm a long time follower!

Tina said...

I just started teaching myself to knit, and I would love to knit myself a skirt.

Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

Tina said...

And I am a follower! Yeah for extra chances :0)

Pamela Fields said...

This yarn looks beautiful. Glad to see you back. :)
My goal this year is to complete one crafty project each week.

HillsRus said...

One of my goals this year is to learn how to cable stitch... it can't be that hard, right? .... :) Thanks for the giveaway!

HillsRus said...

I am a follower!

Sheila said...

One of my crafty goals is to continue to improve my crochet skills.

Sheila said...

I follow your blog via RSS in Google Reader.

Regina said...

What a great give away! You are so generous! My crafty goals are so numerous! I just finished a knitted pillow, and I would like to make it a companion, a crocheted pillow. I also started a embroirdered a picture for my mother. It is a field of poppies, her favorite flowers. That will keep me busy for a while! I also began taking sewing lessons so I'm making my first skirt... Hopefully many to come!

Regina said...

I am a follower on google reader!

Trekky said...

Ohhh! That yarn looks lovely!

Merry Christmas, Happy Birthday & Hope you had a great New Year!!!

My crafty goal... to knit my yarn stash. So I definitely need more yarn to replace it :)

Jenelle said...

I love those colors! I am really hoping to be a better finisher in 2013 than a starter. :) I want to get all of my quilt tops quilted and bound for sure. Thanks for the chance!

Jenelle said...

I follow you! :)

debd94 said...

I hope to complete a sweater for myself in 2013.

debd94 said...

I'm a follower.
A second goal for 2013 is to complete an afghan for my son at college.

i.ikeda said...

Happy, happy new year Mrs Lime! I'm so excited for this year, aren't you? I have a feeling 2013 will be amazing. Lots of crafting in my mind, but I think one of my big goals is to complete a portfolio of illustrations. Awesome giveaway, by the way. Knitting (and crochet) needles are up and ready to go. Here's to the best year yet.

i.ikeda said...

Since I'm a follower and those colors are so yummy, here's another comment thanking you for the giveaway. Cheers!

Robin said...

My goal for the year is to make a pair of socks that fits me!

Elena Vo said...

Thanks for the fun giveaway! My goal is to crochet hats for everyone in my family. So far I've gotten seven different requests. I am so excited to work on different styles and patterns for these hats.

lifesdeepcolors @ hotmail.com

Elena Vo said...

I follow you via GFC :)

lifesdeepcolors at hotmail.com

Kathy said...

I'd love to knit my first scarf i n2013.

Kathy said...

GFC Follower

jusaweecatnap said...

What caught my eye here is that I want to make myself a new hat. Love the yarn, and the idea for the book.

sixtyfourcolorbox said...

I plan to use an entire box of baking soda. I count baking as part of my crafting goals.

anna [at] 64colorbox [dot] com

Donna said...

After years of living in apartments, we have very few decorations for any of the holidays. We recently moved into a new house, so I'm planning to make front door decorations for all the seasons and work throughout the year on some additional winter holiday decorations.

Donna said...

I'm also a follower too! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Mimi said...

These yarns look so soft and the colours are very rich. I would love to knit some hats for my daughter and nieces this year!! I follow you via Google Reader.

Mary Mac said...

I would love to learn how to crochet flowers for my photojournals.

Mary Mac said...

I am a follower

Wehaf said...

I know how to crochet, but not to knit; I'd like to learn!

urchiken at gmail dot com

mira8484 said...

I'm challenging myself in more difficult lace knitting in super fine mohair. I have a scarf I want to finish with that yarn.

NanaJen said...

I've been admiring the beautiful, deeply-saturated colors of Galileo for a while now...I've been waiting anxiously to see more reviews before trying it. Also, the patterns in the book are fantastic! Thank you for such a generous giveaway (Rav ID-jaydawnrn)

Bobomom said...

My goal for the New Year is to learn how to knit socks!

NanaJen said...

P.S. I follow by e-mail...I am not "yet" a Blogger (been considering blogging for a few months now). Thank you again.

Sandryte said...

My project right now is miserable - to sew many bags for managing chaos in 3 drawers (cables, keys, batteries...) :)

desdemona20 said...

Goals:
- learn to make nice zippered pouches out of fabric with a lining and without wonky zipper ends.
- embroider more
- learn to cut out felt without leaving fuzzy edges
- print using stencils
- combine all of the above to make a nice new handbag for myself.

azteclady said...

And a happy, creative and productive 2013 for you as well!

One of my goals this year (to accomplish as soon as possible!) is to finish and photograph at least half of the works in progress I have currently laying about.

Thank you for the giveaway!

azteclady said...

Oh, and PS, I'm a follower!

Lisa said...

Great question! I think my number one crafting goal is to start writing my own knitting patterns! Second would be to learn intarsia.

Terry Kessinger said...

So far my crafty goals for this year is to participate in a BOM sew-along, to make a knit hoodie from a Craftsy class that I signed up for, and to improve in my hand stitching skills. Oh, and have fun!

Terry Kessinger said...

Yes, ma'am, I'm a follower!

BeeSewSweet said...

Looks like some beautiful yarn! One of my crafty goals is to continue to improve my knitting skills. I've been sewing awhile but just started knitting last year. Thanks for the giveaway!

BeeSewSweet said...

I am a follower.

Suzy said...

Beautiful looking yarn! I of course read your blog every day!

Suzy said...

My craft goals this year are to actually craft again!! With my diagnosis of hyperemesis gravida and throwing up 8 times a day for nine months, 2012 was not a very crafty year for me! In fact I was lucky to get the nursery finished! Now that my sweet boy is in the world and no longer making me sick, I may actually venture back in to my craft room!

asteride said...

I want to use all my shiny yarn and transform it into something beautiful that I can finally wear. I want to make this year: three sweaters, four shawls and a shrug, all chic, no comfy stuff this year!

Karla said...

One crafty goal is to make some glass pendants
Karlatrx at gmail dot com

Karla said...

I follow via gfc karlatrx

ikkinlala said...

One of my goals for this year is to knit something purple - it's not normally a colour I favour, but I've seen some gorgeous examples of it lately.

ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

Becca said...

Crafty goals? To knit! Also to get a wheel and learn to spin on that.

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principeta said...

This is amazing and so generous of you.Resolutions,always new one,never finish it all-maker a blanket,learn to knit(I am crocheter),make more things for my family and myself.Happy New Year!!!!!!

ne-knopka said...

I'm a follower through Google Reader


Anna


anna_k67 at yahoo dot com

ne-knopka said...

My crafty goals for this year is to start designing my own knitting projects

Andi said...

Ooh, so pretty!! Thanks for the chance!

Andi said...

And I follow your RSS feed! I hope that counts!

Linda F. said...

Hi <3 such a good idea for a giveaway! I really want to get better at knitting, right now I can only make scarves. And maybe learn how to do felting, because that'd pretty awesome!

-Linda
littlewillowart(at)gmail(dot)com

dragonswing said...

I am a follower of the blog

dragonswing said...

One of my crafting goals this year is to learn a fancy knitting stitch. Right now, all I know how to do is the basic knit and purl.

Trace said...
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Trace said...

My goal is to create an afghan with my yarn stash.

biologista said...

I'm a follower!

biologista said...

My craft goal for the year is to make the boyfriend a sweater <3

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

My knitting goal for 2013 is to learn to knit on double point needles instead of 2 circulars for items in the round.

helena frontini said...

I Wanto to make a lot of new presents for my friends and familly, even if Christmas is over. I'm folling you by Google and I love to do so, you have a great blog.

Heather said...

My crafty goal for 2013 is to knit more for me:)

Betsy said...

This is going to be the year of sweaters...that FIT!

junglewife said...

Oh, I would love to win this! And the irony of wanting to win more yarn is that one of my goals is to use up as much of the yarn I already have as is possible this year! Oh well!

The kind of beauty that moves. said...

This year I'm going to learn as much as I can about lace knitting and color knitting.

Turtle said...

how wonderful! I haven't seen this !! :)

My goal is to finish the numerous projects that are stashed n started, from knits to quilts and then some....

mrspao said...

I'm planning to knit more this year!

Amanda said...

I really want to make more time for knitting. I love doing it and it so relaxing, I just wish I could do it even more!
bourke(dot)amanda(at)hotmail(dot)ca

Lee said...

What lovely yarn and such great colors! thank you for the giveaway.

Lee said...

I am a new follower with RSS feed. thank you.

Dolores said...

My crafty goal is a little selfish...I'm making things for me! I spent so much time making things for other people for Christmas, and I have a few things in my Ravelry queue that I am dying to get started on for myself.

Dolores said...

And I'm a new follower as well...great blog!

Emily said...

I am hoping to complete a full sweater this year. I have enough fiber to spin enough yarn that I will dye and then knit my sweater.

Emily said...

I am also a follower and would love to get the yarn and book!

Jennifer said...

I would love to win the yarn and book

Melody said...

My crafty goals are to learn new crafts. Embroidery is next I think.

melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

Melody said...

GFC Follower.

melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

ruth miller said...

Looks soft, haven't worked with bamboo but have been toying with the idea maybe make something for myself for a change, and that book I think of a dz people who might like it

usagypsy said...

My goals for this year are to finish up projects I have started. To use the yarn out of my stash and to learn a few new things. I'm already working out of my stash and have started knitting mittens that have required me to learn how to cable. So far so good :)

usagypsy said...

My goals for this year are to finish up projects I have started. To use the yarn out of my stash and to learn a few new things. I'm already working out of my stash and have started knitting mittens that have required me to learn how to cable. So far so good :)

Margaret said...

One of my crafty goals for 2013 is to challenge myself in my knitting with things I've never attempted, such as steeking. I have been knitting for about 54 years now and make time for it every day!
Margaretadkins@embarqmail.com

amchart said...

My goal is to be more of a finisher than a starter. Rav amchart theharts at windstream dot net

amchart said...

I follow by RSS Feeds.

Sophie said...

(soph_hudson(at)hotmail.com)
Last year I began a list of my unfinished projects in the hope that that would spur me on to complete them...unfortunately, I still haven't managed to finish writing the list itself!! I'm planning to learn cabling this year. I also picked up a cheap knitting loom, so I'm hoping to use up some of my stash learning to make hats on it, which will then be sent to kids in S Africa via Knit-a-Square.

Joyce said...

One of my goals is to finish up all the UFOs have.

Joyce said...

I'm a follower

The Reluctant Shopper said...

My goal is to actually make things, as apposed to collecting "things to make"

rain_in_a_teacup said...

I have many crafty goals, but one I will focus on as soon as the cooler months hit is to get better at knitting & learn different stitches rather than just sticking with the basics. If I won this wool I would use it for something really special :)

Lcubed said...

My 2013 goal is to knit 3 sweaters. Am casting one on this morning!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Melanies Darkroom said...

My crafty goal is to start work on an art quilt the idea has been in my head too long.

Melanies Darkroom said...

I am a follower through google reader.

Sara at Soap Rehab said...

My crafty goal is to knit each day, even if it's just one small row.

Jane Skoch said...

Thanks! I hope to sew a pair of pants this year!

Robin said...

I follow you on Pintrest an subscribe to your blog by email

Kim said...

I haven't picked up my needles in a while but I think this book would be able to inspire me!

Kell Smurthwaite said...

I have a feeling entries will be limited to US only, but if not, I'd love to enter! I'm in Scotland. :)

Cindy said...

I hope to give-away a lot of my yarn stash this year so I can buy what I need as I need it.NOT!

Barb said...

Great giveaway! My goal is always to learn something new...doing a short rows shawl next!

KnittingViolets said...

Lovely giveaway. My new year's resolution for knitting is to learn a new technique. In particular I'd like to learn magic loop, since I'm not great with DPNS.

KnittingViolets said...

I started following your blog by email. Thank you for the extra chance to win!

Patty said...

My goal? To finish all my various and sundry UFOs in Jan. so I can begin new projects with wild abandon in Feb.

from winter-white VT,
the Vermonster

Mirja Marshall said...

Thanks for the great giveaway.

My goal for 2013 is to learn how to knit more complex patterns than a scarf.

Gram said...

I would love this prize !!! you have wonderful choices on your blog and I love reading it !!!!

Teresa said...

My single goal for this year is to finish more than I add to my want to knit list . . . I don't think learning about this book is helping me get there.

Marilyn a.k.a. Merry said...

I want to finish my hibernating projects and stop buying sock yarn. Yikes have I got stash!

SoccerMomKnits said...

My crafty goal for 2013 is to make at least 90% of my Christmas gifts. So far, I am doing good on this goal. However, come summer I usually get distracted by books and don't knit at all.

marilync said...

Hi! My lofty goal is to finish all of the projects I have started. I know this is obtainable, I know this is obtainable...

LOUANNE THOMAS said...

My crafty goal for 2013 is to complete 2 blankets for 2 of my 6 grandchildren. I chose these 2 boys because their mom died recently and I think that this would be comforting to them. Even though they are now teens, they cherish soft remembrances of her.
Thank you, Louanne
alohame2011@roadrunner.com

SweetTreatsbyM said...

2013 Crafty Goal = complete one item for myself each month :)

Tracy T said...

Goal: To actually use the craft room I finally put together for myself!

petoskystone said...

My main crafty-goal is to finish my WIPs...2 shawls, 3 cross-sitch stockings which need beads & etc., & 1 cross-stitch birth record. So many more projects are waiting for me.......

petoskystone said...

I follow via GFC, under 'Petoskystone'.

Connie K. said...

Lovely yarn - and - I want this book! I just saw it online the other day and put it on my "to buy" list.

greyowl60(at)yahoo(dot)com

Connie K. said...

I am a follower.

greyowl60(at)yahoo(dot)com

Maryanne & Duke said...

My goals are to craft more, not just as an afterthought. I need to finish some knitting UFOs that have been hanging around.

Wil4ds on Ravelry

Gaberowan2011 said...

I plan to craft the denim wreath I saw on the Internet also I am always knitting and crocheting preemie beanies for the NICU where my daughter is a NP

freakadoodles said...

I'm just learning to knit, and my goal is to knit myself a pair of socks. Thanks for the giveaway!

Eileen said...

I would like to set a goal of using some new stitches/techniques to make sure I keep the brain active and don't fall into a pattern of "easy" knitting:) Thanks
ehughes003@embarqmail.com

Jen (pieKnits) said...

Ooh I love that cover photo hat. My goals for 2013 are to finish all the DIY projects for my Spring baby's nursery! Also hope to be able to still squeeze in knitting time for baby stuffs through-out the year.

Mimi said...

Oooooh! This is a fantastic giveaway!!! My crafty goals are to learn a couple of new knitting stitches: herringbone and honey. Here is the link if you are interested: http://www.bijoulovelydesigns.com/2013/01/new-cowls.html

Mimi said...

I believe that I am following you... if I did it correctly (let me know otherwise!) - thanks for a second chance... the yarn and book look amazing!!

Rosie said...

Is this the giveaway site?

rosemarysobczak@hotmail.com said...

My crafty goals for this year include completing at least 4 afghans for the VA nursing home.

malia said...

My goal for this year, like so many others, is to knit from my stash! I am very very good at hearing yarn call to me in the store, but then I get it all home and I think maybe they are all calling to me at the same time because I can never decide what to knit next. And after seeing the great patterns in your book I'm following you now!

Becky said...

Such a lovely blog!!

Thanks for the chance to win.

In 2013 I hope to knit, sew and/or embroider at least a few minutes each day. So far - I have!

Anonymous said...

My goals for 2013, include learning new techniques, including fair isle knitting and teaching my neice to knit.
Amanda Murphy

Deb (Two Cheeky Monkeys) said...

My main goal for 2013 is to properly set up my craft room so that I can be more effective in my creating! And a minor goal is to learn how to paper piece, something I find rather scary. :)

Carmen Nuland said...

My goal is to knit a sweater for myself. I've done one (and 3/4) for my daughter but never anything for me

powderpuff said...

hello!
i would like to de-stash as much of my wool as i can this year. i've gone through several plastic totes that i use for storage getting out what yarns/wools that i'd never us, passing them along to some ladies who knit/crochet for the charities that a seniors group has been donating to for the past several years.
lorna klotz

Rick Ziesing said...

Beautiful yarn, my goal for 2013, knit more and to design a sweater.

Needles, Beads and Threads said...

These yarns would be a lovely addition to the ones I need so I can crochet Easter eggs. Should of wished for them for my birthday Jan 6. The book would be a great addition to my collection, i am forever knitting.Thanks for the opportunity to participate in a chance to obtain your generous gifts.

Needles, Beads and Threads said...

I follow through my favorite sites.
tanvelatyahoodotcom

ChrisTea said...

My goal is to finish all of my unfinished projects and start something brand new! These yarns look beautiful ... thanks for the chance to win them.
ChrisTea
botm2@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

My goal is to start and finish at least one Project Life album. Wish me luck!

Thanks for the chance to win!
sandralclark at outlook.com

Domestic Diva said...

I'm planning to make some dress up clothes for my kids.

lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

Domestic Diva said...

I follow on gfc.


lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

My goal is to get my yarn, threads and craft room organized and to become more proficient with my knitting. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. Marlene mplemel@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I follow your blog via email. Marlene mplemel@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Would love to learn how to knit two socks on circs! That's my crafty resolution. Amiller667@aol.com

LissaG said...

Thanks for the contest offer, the yarn colours are amazing!

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

I am going to get serious about brioche stitch this year! I've read the books, mags and tutorials, and I've watched the videos - I've even picked out three patterns. But this is the year I actually pick up the needles learn to do the stitch. I can be emailed thru my blogger profile. Thanks for the giveaway.

Emily C said...

My goal is to finish the applique quilt i have started.

Renee Erez said...

My goal is to try a new craft each month. This month: doodled animal portraits. Oh, and to finish an incredibly difficult cabled hat I started last month...

Galatina said...

I'm so excited about this book. My crafty goal for this year is to make sure that every weekend contains at least one bit of crafty-ness. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

Stacey Stout said...

I hope to learn new knitting techniques and get the chance to use them in projects that get finished. Great Give Away! Thanks for the chance.

MoniCue said...

I LOVE the thought of "literary" knitting projects. My goal for this year is to make myself something, other than a hat or a cowl...well, in addition to a hat and a cowl, because I'd like those, too!

disparatedisciplines.com said...

I'm hoping to make a sock a month. Thanks for this great giveaway!

Drae said...

Crafty goal for 2013: finish all the languishing projects that have sat for the past 3 years! Also would like to hone my spinning skills. Thanks for the great giveaway! alcbrooks on Ravelry

Linda DeJesus said...

Wow - this looks like amazing yarn! And the book looks awesome too! I am always so busy knitting and sewing for others, that my goal this year is to make some things for ME! Winning this would certainly help me get started on that goal! Thanks! Smiles - Linda

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