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FREE Pattern plus GIVEAWAY!

December 21, 2015, 11:27 am  Posted by Lark
 

One+oneToday we’re giving away our first of three prize packs!

One + one = just two skeins of yarn! That’s all it takes to create these gorgeously wearable accessories, created by bestselling knitwear author Iris Schreier and 15 featured designers. Ranging from the delectable Star Stitch Shoulder Wrap to a reversible Double Eyelet Lace Cowl in luxurious cashmere, to a lacy Vineyard Shawl with beaded pearls and sequins, this chic collection includes 29 projects in all.  Many of the garments can be worn in a variety of ways, and the patterns are perfect for beginner and intermediate knitters.

This giveaway includes one copy of One + One Wraps, Cowls, & Capelets by Iris Schreier plus two skeins of luxurious TSCArtyarns Zara Hand-Dyed Yarn in the same colors as featured in the Old and New Shawl pattern that everyone can download for free right here! To enter, please comment below and tell us about your most recent crafting project! This contest is only available to residents in the US & Canada. The winner will be chosen at random from the comments below and will be notified on January 4th, 2016.

Happy Monday!

 

 
 
 
 

39 Responses

    Alexis Ellis says:

    My current project is a Mine Hill Cardigan by Amy Herzog on her Custom Fit website!

    Sally says:

    I’m knitting a charity hat, and sewing a queen-sized quilt for a gift.

    Anne Marie says:

    I am making a baby sweater for my friend’s grandbaby’s first Christmas!

      Ardi Alspach says:

      What a beautiful gift! Congrats to your friend!

    Ellen says:

    For some gifts, I knitted neck warmers with loops and polymer clay buttons that I also made.

    Anne says:

    I just finished a bias-knit linen scarf with a bead edging.

    Debbie Miller says:

    I just finished some wool applique pincushions with buttons and embroidery for Christmas gifts.

    Gilda says:

    My recent project – Christmas cards.

    Jane Penrose says:

    My most recent knitting project is felted slippers.
    Thank you for the free pattern. It looks like a fun project.

    Michelle says:

    I’m a beginner knitter but I am not afraid to dream big and try. I hope that I win!

      Ardi Alspach says:

      Wonderful! We love beginners!

    Noreen says:

    I am knitting a praying mantis

    ella says:

    My most recent project was a long pair of legwarmers that I just finished knitting yesterday. Next, I’ll be attempting to knit my first skirt.

    usairdoll says:

    I’ve got some of the Christmas Color-Me fabric and having my grandson color it. When he’s done I’m going to make the 10 Minute Tablerunner for his parents and the other grandparents.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

    Hannah W says:

    Does cookie decorating count as a craft? I’ve done plenty of that this Christmas. I’m also in the midst of a felt project

      Ardi Alspach says:

      Cookies definitely count!

    MelodyJ says:

    I just made a Beaded Snowflake Ornament.

    Flo L says:

    My latest project was a knitted cowl for my future daughter in law. Love your site…thanks for the chance to win!

    Julie C says:

    I am hoping to finish a sparkle coloured cardigan for my Grand daughter for Christmas. I did however finish 3 tinsel coloured owls in red green and gold for my daughter to decorate her living room.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

    craftyone says:

    Am not into shawls but would like to make the cowls and possibly capelets.

    Annanana says:

    I am halfway through a pair of socks on a long circular needle- what fun! I can make them as long as the yarn holds out. I just finished a hat to give as a Christmas gift.

    Kimberly says:

    I’m just finishing a crochet blanket for my Mom for Christmas.

    Penney says:

    My most recent crafting project is a pair of fingerless gloves and holiday baking.

    Gina Sandoval says:

    crochet some dishclothes and make blankets

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    Kitten With A Whiplash says:

    Right now I’m working on a sweater that didn’t get finished during NaKniSweMo. I’ve got other projects laying around that need attention, but I promised myself I’d stay faithful to this sweater so it will get done, and I might even finish before New Years!

      Ardi Alspach says:

      That sounds like a great project! Good luck!

    emma says:

    hope to complete a quilt for my husband

    usairdoll says:

    My most recent project is with my five year old grandson. I’m making some of the 10 minute tablerunners. For the main fabric I’m using some of the Christmas Color Me fabric and having my grandson color it with fabric markets. Great keepsake for his parents and grandparents.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

    Shelly says:

    I’m knitting a pair of Roll in the Hay socks right now. Thanks!

    Vicky says:

    My most recent project was a gray knitted Mr Rogers-esque sweater for my husband. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Leanne S says:

    This will be a gift for my daughter who is currently knitting a scarf for herself.

    Christina Derwee says:

    I have been re-learning how to knit with double pointed needles and I’ve been making my daughter a pair of mittens!

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