Thursday, June 26, 2014

Episode 8 ~ The Summer of Paula



Hi, Knitters,
The winner of the Duck Duck Wool fingering weight yarn is...... zytigg (rav id) or Debra! Congratulations. Thank you for entering everyone and I actually have two new giveaways today. I talk about them in the video podcast, but even if you don't watch please feel free to enter on this blog post by leaving a comment. I'll describe the prizes at the end of the post.

If you are receiving this post via email subscription, please watch the video directly on YouTube!

Subscribe to the podcast on either iTunes (click here) or on YouTube (click here). And thank you if you do!

Today I talk about:

Quaerie Fibre in the Patchwork colorway
How I make my socks free pattern
Signature double-pointed needles

Leftie Shawl by Martina Behm
Miss Babs Leftie kit in the Slate and Reds colorway

Mary, Millie & Morgan ebook! (the dolls)
Quince & Co.

The summer of Paula Emons-Fuessle!
Paula's Knitting Pipeline podcast and website
Paula's designs on Ravelry
I've knit the Piper's Journey and the Lullaby Rain shawls and I am wearing the Magic Cake Ruffle Shawl. In the pipeline all set to go, I have the Gill's RockEllison Bay and the Hyla Brook.
I'm knitting all three of the shawls in the called for Quince & Co. yarns.

LoveSockWool project bag with the piggy fabric

Infinite Twist ~ I shared the mini-cakes of beautiful yarn. This is the yarn I am giving away today!

Wendy Bernard's website Knit and Tonic

Up, Down and All Around by Wendy Bernard ~ this is the book I am giving away!

Please leave a comment on this blog post if you'd like to win either a copy of Up Down All-Around Stitch Dictionary or the mini-cakes of Infinite Twist yarns. Please leave one comment that includes either your Ravelry ID or your email address. Please be patient for your comment to appear on the blog, it takes some time for me to approve the comments.

Good luck! Thanks for joining me.

I'll be back soon in a couple of days with the randomly selected winners, there will be two winners this time, one for the yarn and one for the book.

Good luck if you enter to win the book or the yarns!
best, susie

289 comments:

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Velda said...

I would love to win the book I have been wanting it ever since it came out. vjferguson@frontier.com

Sheri said...

Just love your podcast! I would love to win either prize. Thanks for the chance.

Craftyslm, Rav.ID

amchart said...

What wonderful prizes. I'd love either one. Thanks for another giveaway, Susan! Rav amchart or theharts at windstream dot net

photoknitgal said...

The book is amazing. I know it would help me kick my skills up a notch. I'd also be thrilled to win the yarn.

Fingers crossed.

phoenix_anew said...

I would LOVE to win either of these! Thanks for the opportunity!
Rav ID: phoenixanew

Anonymous said...

Thanks Susan for the great inspiring blog...I am one of your sock knitting converts! Jennifer.borders@sbcglobal.net

Mary Sarnese said...

Hi Susan and thank you once again for offering all these wonderful give a ways! What I would like to win is Up, Down and All Around by Wendy Bernard. The book looks amazing! Thank you!

Mary
marysarnese@gmail.com

Kelsie B said...

Oh I would love to win either prize! Love it. Thanks for another great giveaway!

RAV ID: soonerknitter

Cassandra Burns said...

Either of those prizes would be super fun! Ravid: cassburns2

Sylvie said...

I would love either prize! I'd probably love the book just a little more though :)
Rav: somesylvie

Beverly Davis said...

I would love to win either prize. Thank you for the opportunity!
Bdgrammy on Rav

Anonymous said...

I would really enjoy either though I am quite intrigued by the mini cakes! Rav id: MargotHatheway

Mrs58budman said...

Hi Susan. As always ai enjoyed your recent blog. Always look forward to seeing what is new in your world of knitting. A chance to win either of your give always would be o wonderful. I learned to being loving to knit from my paternal grandmother the age of 8 and after all these years find new patterns or yarns or knitting guides so exciting. The book by Wendy just sounds like a huge wealth of information. Thanks again for your blogs. Mundellcynthia@gmail.com

Kimberlyn said...

I love it when you do a podcast! It's like a little treat! I would love either prize. I've never knit with handspun before, so the yarn would be treat. I love this stitch dictionary. Sometimes it's so hard to convert those patterns to the round!

Ravelry ID = bungalow312

ash alberg said...

i ordered the stitch dictionary a few days ago! but i would love the yarn :)

rav id: sunflowerknit

hynekjo said...

Enjoy your podcast. Would love to enter the giveaway for the book. I am a beginning knitter and it would be a lovely addition to my library. Keep up the good work.

travellingladyengineer said...

Lovely podcast!
I would love to win either of the prizes.
RavID: apfelschnute

Brenda said...

Thanks for the giveaway. Id love to win Wendy's book.
Rav id is Goodstuff

knittynurse said...

I have had my eye on that book from the minute it first came out. It looks amazing.
Rav: pgknittingnurse

Kate Price said...

Susan, I love your podcast - your enthusiasm is contagious! And I really admire all of Paula's work (and podcast) so a perfect combination!

I would love to win the yarn

katepricey on rav

Teresa Roberts said...

Hi Susan, wanted to say first that the yarn is in a bamboo steamer basket (minus the lid). It's a great way to cook vegetables and keep all the nutrients intact. Secondly, I would love to win the book. It looks spectacular. Thanks so much, you sweet thing you.

she knits said...

Hi Susan,
What a great podcast and lovely prizes, I would be thrilled to win either of them.
The cute yarn was packaged in a bamboo steamer used for cooking, such a fabulous and innovative idea :0)
Thanks so much, Love Mel
rav id: womaninashoe

Rachelle said...

I'd love to be in for either prize, thank you
sewsable on Rav

Anonymous said...

Either prize would be great, thanks so much!
Wanda
Rav. Wmclean

Anonymous said...

Either prize would make me very happy!
Lee (mamagiff on ravelry)

Jacquie Willson said...

Thank you for the giveaway. I have been wanting the stitch dictionary book by Wendy Bernard and the yarn looks amazing!

By the way, the bamboo/wooden container the yarn cakes are in is used to steam food in, typically dumplings. Such a clever way to display the yarn as the cakes look like Chinese dumplings!

sara said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! I would love the book. saradenbo on revelry

Meriam said...

You have the best giveaways, Susan. Please pick me!!!
bethski3@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the chance to win either prize!
Kuntzknit on Ravelry

Barb T. said...

I, too, love Wendy! I would love to win the book!
barblt99. Ravelry ID

Anonymous said...

Both are lovely prizes. Thank you for the opportunity.

Rolenestone - rav id

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this opportunity
Missellen (rav ID)

Jeannette in St Louis said...

It's a steaming basket...lay inside your wok filled with water and steam your vegies or fish or sweet potato!
Thanks for sharing and the chance to win these great items. Rav id..schnettatstl

Whatzitknitz said...

what a great giveaway. it would be fun to win either of these.
I have had my eyes on the pattern book since I saw it. I love pattern books and trying out new stitches.
I am mjm on ravelry

Peggy said...

Love the novel approach to stitch patterns book! And the yarn looks yummy. Thanks again, Susan, for the wonderful opportunities to win free stuff!
Peggy

Jessica said...

Those samples from Infinite Twist are scrumptious!

Janebg1923

Karen said...

Thanks for the reminder on your lovely dolls. I have been wanting to make them for my niece - and now would be the perfect time as I will be vacationing with her and her mom in August!

CelticCastOn said...

Looking forward to seeing your shawls in progress.
Would love to be entered into your giveaway.

CelticCastOn on Rav

Anonymous said...

Would love a chance in this giveaway! Up Down All around stitch dictionary would be a lovely addition to the library. Getting on the shawl bandwagon and enjoying. LynnIL rav

Jennifer in Ohio said...

Great prizes! Thanks for the chance.
Jennifer (RavID jaf61205)

Anonymous said...

love your blog and your knitting...would be very lucky to win your book...enter my name
fanfanm

MumOfAussieKids said...

This book is on my wish list
Rav id mumofaussiekidz

Tweedle Dee said...

I look forward to. Your blogs every week. Please enter my name in your drawings. Thanks.

Rav ID: CarrotCarolyn

Anonymous said...

I also love Paula's patterns! And I would love to win either of the prizes. Thanks. Spejo on rav

Sandra B. said...

I would love to win either prize. Thanks so much for the chance to win!
Rav ID: istitchfast

Rose said...

I would also love to win either prize. I am excited to see you have a new podcast. I have been watching podcasts when I exercise and it makes exercise so much easier!

Rav ID: RosieL

Shing Hsieh said...

Thanks for so many great giveaways!

Rav i.d. Shing

Anonymous said...

Love your podcast end inspiration. I'm going to attempt a shawl, I'm a new knitter but you make it seem easy and enjoyable! I'd love to be a winner of either item. Thanks

bbean33 on Ravelry.

Maria E Lopez said...


I would enjoy winning either of the two prizes.

Susan its a steam basket in which the yarn is in. Mainly to steam vegetables.

Rav.ID: Jade429

Amy Morgan said...

Thanks for inspiring all of us to spend time relaxing with our knitting.

Maria E Lopez said...

Hi Susan, I would enjoy winning either of the two prizes.

The yarn is in a steamer used for vegetables, etc.

Rav.ID: Jade429


Sincerely,
Mel

Amy Morgan said...

Thanks for inspiring all of us to spend time relaxing with our knitting.

Anonymous said...

I'm so enjoying using your free sock pattern. I would love to win either prize. Thank you for the opportunity to win! Have a great day. Rav ID: hmandrade

Margaret Kimball said...

I love watching and reading your posts. You inspire me to knit everyday and try new projects. Watching you pull printed patterns with the yarn out of your project bag made me smile, I do the same thing. Thanks again for your encouragement and inspiration!
Rav ID- mac-maggie

Becky said...

We as knitters always strive to improve our craft and these items continue to help us accomplish that task. Thanks for the opportunity to improve,
Becky

Victoria Brant said...

Would love the yarn..what a cute way of packaging..looks like a shaker box..
Vickster36@Comcast.net

Kim Watkins said...

Thanks for the chance and inspiration! Sk13199 (rav id)

Jen said...

Thanks again for a great giveaway. I would love a chance to win the infinite twist cakes. Bobcat1994 ravid

Mary Buchan said...

I would love to winner both the yarn or book. I agree that Wendy is a knitters inspiration such as you!
Knittingmaryb on rav. Thanks for the giveaway.

Jen Grant said...

Oooh the yarn :D. RavID maniloonie

Jill Ann Raney said...

I would love to win the yarn! Jarcroft@gmail.com

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

I'd opt for the mini cakes if I won. Thanks for a great contest.
wahoomerryf on Ravelry

Pat Salvatini said...

I'm looking forward to your new work, its always fun to see what you come out with.

Pat, plynn - RavID

Linda Rumsey said...

I'd love to win either the book or yarn. Both are great prizes!
lindarumsey on Ravelry

Linda said...

I'd love to win either prize. Thank you for the chance.
Lmecoll on Ravelry

Pam D'Esopo said...

Another warm, fun, and informative podcast--love it! Thanks for the fun giveaways :) pamelajd on Rav

EBS said...

Thanks for two more great give-aways! Always appreciated.
Rav: WintonB
(Elizabeth)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great podcasts. I would love to win the book!
mjtknits (Rav ID)

Zulick said...

Loved my first podcast! Would love the book or yarn basket which I believe is a steamer for vegetables that is placed on top of the rice steamer. Rav id is zulick

Sharon said...

What wonderful prizes. Either one would be wonderful to win.
Rav ID craftysbs

Lynn said...

Stitch dictionaries are always great for my charitable work.
--flowerdancer on Ravelry

Deb Graham said...

You are the best! I look forward to your podcasts. You inspire me daily. Thanks.
rav id: grahamcrackerzz

Anonymous said...

Would love to win either, both wonderful give aways!

Rav ID SuuzzeeQ

Greg said...

As always, loving the podcast! It's the only videocast I watch -- everything else I listen to is an audio podcast. :)

I would absolutely love to win either the book of the yarn! The book, especially, looks very interesting and I've been wanting to pick it up ever since it came out.

-greg, KnittingDaddy on Ravelry

Janice said...

You always have great giveaways! I would love to have either the book or the yarn. Sockmonkey628 on Rav.

Jessica said...

Another wonderful podcast! I enjoy knitting while listening to all of your fiber adventures!
Awesome giveaways!
Jpeled on ravelry

Gail said...

Your patterns, Topsy-Turvy book and blog have given me so much entertainment this past year--thank you for all you provide us. The book, Up Down and All Around, would be a perfect companion for me as I like to knit little, linen carry-all bags that have interesting texture and knit patterns.

Ravelry name: roadrunnerknitter

Nina Chen said...

Oh I've heard so much about this book! Sounds like it's an amazing resource. Thanks for the giveaway - love your videocasts. Though I wish I could view them with my podcast manager...!

JP said...

I have that book on my Christmas List since it was available for pre-order. (Can't start the Christmas list too soon!) The yarn would be great to find new projects to play with!
rav id: geanin

Trina said...

Those shawls are lovely! Once again you have a great giveaway!

I would love to win the mini cakes!

Thanks!
Trina or sweetsticks on Rav

Savannagal said...

Infinite Twist has such beautiful yarns. I really want to make the Taj Mahal Slipper Socks. I've had the webpage open in my browser for weeks. They are so gorgeous. Thanks for the terrific giveaway. Savannagal on Rav.

Jane said...

How fun! Would love to win either the book or the yarn. Thanks for the chance! RavID: massgirlinsocal

Geraldine said...

I would love to win the book! I've had my eye on it since before it came out..

Marsha F said...

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
RavID: marshatf

Nancy said...

Love watching your podcasts! Thanks for the sharing and chances to win such cool prizes!
nancyswerner@gmail.com

sandrarumsey said...

Yes please! Just what I need to improve my knitting skills. Thanks for the chance. Rav I.D. SanRum

Mrs. Krisch said...

would love to win!!

Anonymous said...

I would indeed be thrilled to win the book! Oh gosh!

Question for you, do you have a translation for your How I Make Socks for dk wright or even worsted? I'm having trouble getting finished with itty bitty needles. I can always gift as lounging socks. Thanks for everything you do!

debbyrpeters@gmail.com
zip022 on Ravelry

sharonathemom said...

Thank you again for the opportunity to win either of these great prizes!

rav: sharonathemom

Erika said...

Hi Susan I enjoy reading your blog.. I would love to win the book, alas every time i enter these things i never win, maybe this time will be different! Thanks!!
chevelle70grl@gmail.com ~Erika

Elena Fuentes-Afflick said...

I love the idea of a theme for summer knitting. Thanks for the inspiration!
efuentes on Ravelry

Barbara44 said...

I would so love to win Wendy Bernard's beautiful book to expand my knowledge of knitting stitches and and how to use them in garments.
Barbara

Anonymous said...

Just finished watching pod cast and would love either book or yarn. Rav ID: Muffie28

Fernanda said...

I would love to win either prize - they are both fantastic and beautiful. Thank you.

RavID FernandaM

Marci S said...

Either of these would be an awesome win. The book would help me to venture out and maybe be a little more creative with my knitting. And the yarn is gorgeous too!

Malinda said...

Either one the book or the yarn would be a pleasure to win! Mmpelham@yahoo.com or knittingwawa on Ravelry.

Naturally Vain said...

I would love either one of the prizes! They both seem so wonderful.

my ral id: Swurner

Thank you so much. Your blog is wonderful

Kristebee said...

Wonderful podcast! I've been meaning to knit hyla brook too but I just used the yarn I had in mind for something else... I'm sure I could find something in the stash... :)

Anonymous said...

You have the best givaways! Thank you! nigellafoxy at gmail dot com

Teresa Eason said...

Love the book...I am a knitting book-aholic!!! The yarn colors are yummy!

Teresa Eason
Ravid:teresae

Anonymous said...

I would love to win either one of the prizes. tezsocks on ravelry

GerryART said...

Another great book to add to my bookshelf
I'm lovin' new stitch patterns
Hugs

saraj0179 said...

Thanks for the opportunity!!

Rav ID: saraj0179

Ana said...

Susan, thank you for the chance to win!
Ana - anahuron@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I think those yarns from Infinite Twist would be gorgeous in a shawl! Thanks for the inspiration! Ravelry id Mofjeld

Holly said...

Up Down All Around would be a great addition to any Knitter's library. Thank you for your pod casts -- Grannyslove (Rav.)

Anne said...

Thank you for yet another fabulous give-away! Rav ID annealden

Annabelle said...

What wonderful giveaway! I would love to win either prize. Thanks for another great opportunity!
Rav ID : Nanasse

babyboxermom said...

Susan, that bowl holding the yarn is a bamboo steamer to make Chinese steamed dumplings, I believe. Love watching your videos. It keeps me on the elliptical!

Anonymous said...

Those are just adorable!

Anonymous said...

Hi Susan!
I would love to win the book or the yarn sampler. I so look forward to your podcasts. You have so many great ideas. Thanks, Terry
schwandtterry@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the chance to win the prizes. I loved your podcast title, Summer of Paula. Her designs are amazing. I just finished Pipers Journey and it was a fun knit.
KathNits, rav id

Sam I Am...... said...

Thank you for the drawing! I would love to win either. Your "seal of approval" on any product, person or website means a lot to me because I know I can rely on you for steering me in the right direction. I appreciate that. My rav id is saminar.

penny said...

Love your podcast. You have such an infectious happy smile. Glad you reviewed the book. I was wondering what made it different than other stitch dictionaries. Now I know. Loved the steamer basket full of yarn, very clever.

isabel said...

Thanks always for the fun giveaways!

would love to win either prize.

rav id=smiling-tortoise

Anonymous said...

I always enjoy your videos and blog posts and hearing what you're up to. I'd love to win the book! Thanks for having the give-aways. Becky (rav: rspeckha)

tjf said...

I would love Wendy's book. Thanks for your blog. You have inspired me to try things I probably normally wouldn't and I've enjoyed trying so many of the yarns and patterns you've recommended.

Tricia
tfankell6@gmail.com

AnnM said...

Yay! Another great podcast. Looks like you'll have a very busy "shawl" summer.

Lori said...

Either prize would be fabulous! Thank you for the chance.

nataly said...

I would be so over the moon to win either! Thanks for the chance! knit-by-nat on rav

Deborah said...

Oohhh, I have been wanting this stitch dictionary. (And pretty new yarn is always good, of course.)

deborahlapp@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

The book or the yarn...either one will be lovingly used. Thanks for the giveaway.

Rav: tlobner

Pam said...

I would love the Infinite Twist cakes. Thanks.
Rav ID : PaisleyPam

Courtney said...

Thanks for reviewing that book... it solves my problem of converting a stitch pattern from flat to the round. Love your podcast! Rav-microgirl32

Anonymous said...

I would love that book! I have been eyeing it and hoping to get it soon. Thanks
mazzygirl-ravid

Amaris said...

I would Love to win either of the prizes! Thank you for so many giveaways. I really enjoy your podcast! :)
Thanks!

Amaris
ravelry: lolypoplolpop1

Beverly said...

Love the podcast. I am addicted to knitting shawls and socks (and toys and hats and baby sweaters and even dishcloths - guess I'm just addicted to knitting). I have loved knitting patterns since I was a young child. I would love to win the book Up, Down, & All-Around. If I don't win it, I'll certainly add it to my Christmas wish list. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Beverly
bszen on Ravelry

UmmRania said...

Wow, another amazing giveaway! I would be so happy to win either. Thank you!

Ummrania on rav

Anonymous said...

Love your podcasts ! Would love to win the book but would be happy to win anything:-) rav id is jabella

Anonymous said...

I'd love to win either - thanks for the new podcast!

barkersumpter Rav ID

Sarah Gautreaux said...

Would love to enter for either prize. Thanks for the chance. The basket is a bamboo steamer if no one has mentioned it yet. They have a lid and you can stack several of them over boiling water.

Ravelry:Sarahjg2

Margita said...

I would love to win the book, the Knit and Tonic blog is terrific. Have a great day!

Margita

cadoc said...

Would love to win the book!

Rav ID: needlelove

sarahbethrucker said...

How lovely!
ravid: sebby211

Dairiona Lee said...

Loved the podcast, the socks are fabulous and I love the idea to do the heel and turn with some of the other half of the yarn to keep the pattern.
I would love to win either prize and I think the beautiful yarn is in a section of a bamboo steamer.
Rav id: dairiona

Word Lily said...

I'd love to win the yarn!

WordLily on Rav

Anonymous said...

Love your podcast....I would love to be entered into the giveaways!

Thanks
Emily

RAV ID: Crochetknit2

PeggyPeaches said...

Great prizes - either one would be welcome!!

Ravelry: PeggyPeaches

Nika said...

I always get excited seeing another episode of yours :D I would love to win Up, Down and All Around by Wendy Bernard, it has been on my wishlist for ages!

thenightlyknitter (Rav ID)

Alisa Schenck said...

I love your podcasts! I would love to win either great prize!!!

Sheila Ricker said...

rav id sricker

Adebar said...

Either of those prices would make me sooo happy!
Anja
Adebar on ravelry

Drae said...

Either of these would be fantastic addition to ones library/stash

Mimi F said...

I'd love to win either. Thanks!
mimifan on rav

Holly said...

Hi, Susan! I enjoy your blog so much. I think that thing with the little yarns in it is a dumpling steamer. Thanks for the chance to win such great prizes! Rav I'd is hollyemerald or email hollyemerald at hotmail dot com.

Mariah said...

I'm pretty sure that's a bamboo steamer. What a great way to package yarn! I'd love and use either of your generous gifts. Thank you for the chance. mariah.d.hughs@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I'd love to be a winner of either item. Thanks for the opportunity.

Lisa911 Rav Id

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the podcast episode! This book is definitely in the wish list now and the chance to play with some mini skein colour would be awesome. RavelJ

penelope10 said...

A treat for sure, that beautiful yarn and must have book!

Anonymous said...

As others have said, you are very generous. The yarns are lovely.

MomPlus4 in rav

Kaotic Ekko's Curiosities said...

I would love to win the yarn!
Rav Id KaoticEkko

Mrs. MacKenzie said...

I would love to win either the book or the yarns. Thanks for the opportunity.

pmack17 on rav

pipersmom said...

Hi Susan!
Plesae enter me to win either the book or the sampler of yarns (yummy!). I've 'rediscovered' knitting this year and after finding your blog and podcasts I've been inspired to complete my 1st sock. Now all I have to do is to make it's mate. Thanks for sharing your love of this craft, it truly comes through in your writing and podcasts.
Sandy/engett@yahoo.com

daune said...

the bamboo basket thing is a steamer. you put vegetables or dumplings into the basket cover withe top and set it over a put of boiling water to steam the food.
ok so onto the drawing…..oh those yarns are so beautiful. And the book is perfect because i love to change things up from the pattern or create my own stuff. that's why i learned to knit in the first place.
btw i love the the dolls r knit in one piece
rav id dfrankenfield














































debsnubs said...

what a great giveaway, thank you.

Melanie J. said...

What a wonderful and fun podcast as always! Wendy's book looks amazing and I will definitely be adding it to my library. -I would love to win it!

Barbara L. said...

I would love to win any of the prizes. Thanks for a wonderful blog, Susan.


Rav ID: knityid

Anonymous said...

As always, thanks so much for your generosity. Either prize would be a wonderful gift for someone!

bookboxer1 at gmail dot com

Sarah in Houston said...

I love to hear you share. Your voice is so calm. :) Those yarn cakes look fun, too.

rav id - SarahinHouston

swakins said...

I have been wanting to try some colorwork and the mini cakes would be just the thing to work on some mittens.

Faith said...

I've heard so many good things about Wendy's book (it's on my birthday list). What a great concept for a book.

Rav ID: introvert

Jenifer said...

The book would be wonderful since I don't have any knitting books yet! (This the life of a beginning knitter.)

But then the yarn is so pretty.

Well, put me down for either!

You really should do a Christmas list of desirable knitting things. You pick the cutest bags, best yarns, books, etc. A list curated by you would be a real help this year.

Have a great day.

rav id: jreed86

Brenda said...

I would be honored to win either prize---I really enjoy your video diary. Thanks for sharing with all of us!

RavID: brenda0312

Tori said...

What an awesome giveaway! I've had my eye on that book and the yarn is lovely as well. Keep up with your podcast, I love seeing what you are up to!

Rav ID: lilwestie

Dianne said...

Thanks once again Susan for your generosity, the book or yarn cake would be wonderful!

rav id: dkbc52

Anonymous said...

Such great giveaways! Thank you.

Rav: HollyBerries

Marilyn said...

I'd love to win either the book or the yarn. Thanks for the chance to win!
marilynknits on Raverly

pat loechner said...

Your podcast is so much fun and colorful. I would love to win either of your prizes. .
Pat
(Darstpa) Rav. Name

joanne said...

I really enjoyed watching your podcast after a long week. Thank you

Martha Chamness said...

Love your podcast! Maybe I'll be a winner:)
Martha
texaschickmom on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the chance to win. Either prize would be wonderful!
Grandymom on rav

Dani said...

Oh Susan, your giving heart makes me smile!
I would love to win either!!!

Rav ID: liveinlove

Becki said...

I would love to win either of those! Thanks a bunch! - RavId: QuiltingGeek

Ruth Colville said...

I hope I am lucky. Either prize would be a treat. Y
Thanks for the chance to win.
RavID: muttiruth

Freda George said...

Enjoyed your podcast so very interesting would love the book either or but would love to take a class with you . You seem so very informative and would love to be able to knit with your speed..God bless. Fredalgeorge@gmail.com





Anonymous said...

Thank you for the giveaway! I would love to work the stitches in the book! Rav ID honeysugar

tnttrouble32 said...

I enjoy your podcasts and appreciate your generosity! It is amazing how willing knitters are to give back. Any knitter should be thrilled to receive either one (although I am secretly coveting the yarn cakes)!

Thanks for all you do!
Trish

(Rav. ID-tnttrouble)

Julia said...

love your podcast great to watch while knitting
would love to win either of those awesome prizes
definitely have the stitch dictionary on my to be purchased list
Rav id Juliaknitsjeff

Alison Makin said...

I have been eyeing off that book since I first heard about it, and that yarn is gorgeous.

Rav ID alilou78

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the giveaway. I'd love to win the book.
KnittenSmitten on Rav

Christi said...

I love watching your podcast! Either the book or the yarn would be amazing to get. Thanks for the inspiration.

cjpike (at) indiana (dot) edu

Anonymous said...

Great pod cast--- either prize would be grand!
Johalley on RAV

Andrea Zukor said...

Hi Susan! What a great tip on keeping sock stripes consistent. Thanks for a wonderful podcast and for feeding my knitting addiction. :)
andreareallycooks@yahoo.com

knitpurlgirl said...

I would love a chance to win the book! Thank you for your podcasts, I'm really enjoying them! =)

MarieAnge said...

Would love to win either prize! The whole lot sounds super nice :)

Thank you for hosting another fantastic giveaway!

Cindy Alcorn said...

Either one would be super great.
Do count me in.

Jennifer Hall said...

Love watching your podcast - and would love to win the book! Thanks for having such a fun giveaway - jen (rav ID pickleknits)

Pam K said...

Hi; thanks for this fun offer. I would enjoy the book or the yarn. I always appreciate you showing us new products out there.
Ravid=pamk

Anonymous said...

Hi Susan
Love your podcast, you are fun to watch. You are also very inspirational to me,

Anonymous said...

I enjoy your video podcasts very much. The book you reviewed would be very helpful especially the stitch patterns worked in the round. You can find me at Ravelry as gourmetsewer. Thank you.

Mandy said...

I would love to win the Up Down All-Around Stitch Dictionary. I have it on my very long book wish list, lol! Also, I just love it when you podcast! :)

Thanks for the chance to win!
mrsmcelrath (Rav ID)

Mary C. said...

I would Love to win either prize! I have been hearing wonderful things about the book….
Rav ID: mcknits

Anonymous said...

Hi Susan,
I am not sure if this is just for the US residents? I am in UK so if that is ok please enter me. Thanks for offering. Ravid: milkymoon.

Carol Herman said...

You always host the best giveaways, Susan! I would be thrilled if I won either of these.

Carol
cehermanator on Rav

Anonymous said...

Either prize would be great!
RavId triciaknitz

hebailey04 said...

I love so many things about your blog! It's a regular read/view of mine!

Thanks for the entry in the contest!

rav id: hebailey04
Name: Heather

Resorta said...

I would love to win the yarn. I have Wendy's book. I had to dig through stash to find some self striping yarn to wind into a GobbStopper. Too Fun!

Ravelry id is Resorta

Mama G said...

I'm halfway through my first socks. Your Instagram feed inspired me to give up my resistance.

Both look awesome, but the book would be so useful!

Thank you for the chance and the link yo Paula's interesting podcast.

Gabby(rav gabby)

izzybellarina said...

Love, love, love, to see your podcasts. Love the book!

Izzybellarina Rav ID

Jen said...

This book will be on my birthday list if I don't get lucky!
Rav: knitting4grace
Thank you!

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