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Friday, March 12, 2010


Nicky Epstein's "Knitted Flowers" and "Crochet Flowers" books are now available in paperback. I haven't spent much time embellishing projects or items, but these books sure make me want to. Both books have infinite possibilities for embellishing garments and home accessories. I would love to make a pillow for Libby's room (sew) and embellish it with some sweet cord blooms or lazy daisy flowers. (I am pretty certain she would love that, too.)

And, if I ever take the time to learn how to crochet, I'd make a bunch of the daisy may flowers and sew them onto a crocheted blanket. I can just see it... so cute!

Guess what? The nice peeps over at soho publishing have offered two of my readers a book.

Oh! One more thing. Have you seen or heard of knitcircus magazine? They are currently a free online magazine with an option to purchase the patterns all together as a collection rather than as individual patterns. Knitcircus is three rings of knitting, sewing and fibercraft with recipes thrown in for fun. Jaala, the Editor-in-Chief has offered two of my readers the pdf download of the spring pattern collection.

So, if you are interested in any or all of these, leave me a comment (with your first choice) by Monday, the 15th at 12pm EST. I will choose 4 names.

Have a wonderful weekend!

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201 comments

  1. Oh I would love that knitted flowers book! Looks divine.

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  2. thanks for the giveaway! i would love to see what the Knitted Flowers book offers beyond that beautiful cover shot!
    Katie B.

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  3. The knitted flower book would be awesome for the rug I am currently knitting for my kids' playhouse! Thank you.

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  4. Oh MY GOODNESS!! I would LOVE one of those books!! love your blog!

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  5. What a great giveaway.
    If I were to win, I'd have to opt for the Knitted Flowers - looks like a book for of delightful inspirations. I'll keep my fingers and toes crossed.

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  6. Oh wow I would love either the Knitted flowers or Crochet flowers since I am about to start crocheting it may help me.
    You knit so beautiful I love to see all your projects.
    Thanks

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  7. Since I'm not a crocheter, the knitted flower book would be my first choice. It would take my knitting on a different path since now I only knit functional things (sweaters, socks, mittens)

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  8. I would love the knitted flowers book! Of course the online magazine would be fabulous too! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. The magazine sounds interesting. Thanks for your generosity.

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  10. Oh, my word! I would LOVE that knitted flowers book!

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  11. Oh knitted flowers! This book is on my wish list! Even though everyone is saying the knitted flower book, it's still my first choice!

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  12. i would love knitted flowers! thanks for the opportunity!

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  13. I want to learn how to crochet this year - so that crochet flowers book looks lovely!

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  14. Oh both would be great but my first pick would be the crocheted book!

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  15. I would love the knitted flowers book - I actually thumbed through it at Barnes and Nobles.

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  16. Oh how nice! I would love the knitted flowers book. Her books are great!

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  17. The crocheted flowers book looks fantastic, I just started playing around with crocheting flowers and it is so much fun. I can handle it so much easier than knitting. What a fun giveaway!

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  18. Wow, what a great giveaway! I would love "Knitted Flowers"!

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  19. How nice of you! Hey, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!! (tomorrow)

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  20. The knitted flowers book looks like it would be fun. However, crocheted flowers would be an interesting challenge as well! Too hard to pick...

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  21. knitted flowers - thanks

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  22. knitted flowers - thanks
    Twizzler on Ravelry

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  23. I would love either of the books. They look awesome.

    Thank you so much for sharing Leslie.

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Tracie from Pittsburgh

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  24. I was just flipping through these at Barnes & Noble! Would love either of the flower books, they look wonderful!

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  25. The knitted flower book is one of my most-used ones; sometimes it's fun just to make something pretty really quickly. Afraid I don't crochet well enough to have the other.

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  26. Your blog is great! Knitted flowers would be a great addition to my book shelf

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  27. That Knitted Flowers book (although popular) looks awesome. I must confess that I would love to have it! The Crocheted one looks lovely also. I am not as fantastic at crocheting, but would be willing to brush up my skills. Thanks so much!!!!

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  28. I'd love to have the "Crochet Flowers" book...I would like to learn crochet by making something really pretty like those flowers on the cover :)

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  29. Sounds fun...count me in.

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  30. Oh they all sound good...I love to knit,sew and crochet so if I am lucky enough to win I will take any of the three!

    Thanks,
    Darlene a friend in PEI

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  31. 1st choice, knitted flowers, 2nd crocheted. They both look lovely.

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  32. Fun! My first choice would be the online mag download. They have some beautiful knitting patterns. That twilight shawl is gorgeous!

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  33. oh please pick me! ;) I am currently on a knit veggies kick and think flowers is just the way to follow up!

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  34. oh, such a happy giveaway! thank you for entering me!loved the crochet daisies...

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  35. Wow, isn't the web a marvelous place, full of possible connections that would not have otherwise been possible.

    Kitting Circus. That's a great name. It's a great site.

    Thank you for the introduction. Guess that I've now got more knit/crochet projects on the go, or in my mind's eye than I will ever find time to finish.

    And still. I am intrigued by future projects. Either book would add to the inspiration.

    Love the mitts I've knitted from your pattern. Thank you!

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  36. I would Looooooooove a copy of Knitted Flowers! My grandmother crochets flowers for all of the ladies during the holidays, but I'm a knitter, so this would be a great addition!

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  37. Oooh, that's a hard one! Either of the Nicky Epstein books please. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  38. I just looked at the book today at the bookstore, would love to have it as my very own

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  39. I would love the knitcircus patterns.

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  40. Cynthia in NC3/12/2010

    Wonderful giveaway. I would love the Crocheted Flowers first choice, The Knit Flowers second choice. Love reading your blog. It is like a note from a friend.

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  41. Nicky Epstein is amazing. I'd be super happy with any of the offerings. Thanks!

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  42. How lovely! To win one of the Nicky Epstein books would be fabulous...

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  43. Any of the three would be great, but if I have to choose I would go with crochet flowers.

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  44. Anonymous3/12/2010

    Oh so generous, you are. I would have to go with the Knitted Flowers. Thanks

    Liane :)

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  45. THANKS for the great giveaway! I would LOVE the book!

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  46. Anonymous3/12/2010

    Oh I'd love to have Nicky Epstein's crochet flowers. I also have some great item's I'd like to embellish. Thanks!

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  47. if love the knitted or crocheted flowers book. I bet accenting an afghan, pillow or maybe chair cushions with flowers would be cute.

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  48. What a wonderful giveaway. I've never won, so any would be great. If I had a choice I would love the knitted flowers-what a beautiful cover.

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  49. Priscilla K.3/12/2010

    Thanks so much for the giveaway! I'd love the crochet flowers book.
    Priscilla K.

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  50. Those all sound fabulous! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. I'd actually love to win the knitted flowers book. Cool!
    Thank you!

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  52. I'd love Knitted Flowers... I love the embellished purses and have just recently done some felting... what a treat for the winners!

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  53. Have been lurking and loving your blog for quite some time, and would love a crack at that knitcircus collection!!!!

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  54. oooh those knitted flowers look very inspiring! thank you for the giveaway!

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  55. Any of these would be lovely, though I must admit that learning to crochet is still on my 'to do' list. I have quietly been reading your blog with pleasure for a while now so this seems a good time to say how much I like it and the biscuits. (The knitting too of course!)

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  56. April showers bring May flowers! Hopefully Nicky Epstein knitted ones! Thanks for the chance. Chris

    t-shirter

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  57. Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to win either of the books. Been wanting to do some crochet/knitted flowers for my girls.

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  58. I'd love the knitted flowers book. I've got Nicky's 'knitting a kiss in every stitch' and 'knitting in Tuscany' also on my wish list;)

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  59. I would so love any of these, but I think my first choice would be for knit flowers... What great choices! Thank you for all the beautiful inspiration!

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  60. Sounds great I would love to get my hands on those every since I saw her and knit and crochet today. :)

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  61. Hi, I have been following your lovely blog since last year :) Not only I love your knitting projects, also enjoy the weekly cookies. How about "Knitted Flowers" for me? Thanks,

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  62. I will have to check the knitted one out I wonder if there are any Callalilies(fav flowers).

    I just ran across Knit Circus magazine this week when I was reading some show notes from a Podcast I listen to its a very cool magazine.

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  63. I would love the book for knitters. Knitted flowers.

    Great giveaway!

    Thanks.

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  64. Wow! Thank all of you for the generosity!
    What wonderful treasures! I favor the Knitcircus though.

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  65. WOW both of them seem like a GREAT book...I would love the knitted flowers one...You are very generous with the giveaway...

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  66. Another Knitted Flowers fan here - wouldn't this be just the thing for Spring? Thanks for the contest!

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  67. lizchatwell@yahoo.com3/12/2010

    Thanks for such a great giveaway! Knitted Flowers please!

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  68. ohlord3/12/2010

    PDF of knit circus. UR 2 KIND!! thanks for the giveaway

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  69. oh the knitted flower book for sure! love it.

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  70. Anonymous3/13/2010

    I would love KnitCircus.
    I'm CJSP on Ravelry.
    Thank you!

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  71. Wow! I would love the crochet flowers book!

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  72. I would LOVE the Knitcircus spring pattern collection! :-)

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  73. Interested in all three, but first choice would be crocheted flowers :)

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  74. OO just started crochet so would love the crochet flowers book...... the others wouldn't go amiss.... am I greedy?

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  75. Hello. I love your blog. I just ordered the vanilla sugar from Penzey's and so look forward to making the yummy cookies you posted. I would be greatful to have any of the wonderful items you are offering. Thanks for keeping me inspired!

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  76. Thank you for offering these - I would love the chance to be entered for the Knitted Flowers draw. Thank you!

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  77. Oh how exciting! I would love the Knitted Flowers book (as I still haven't figured out how to crochet!).

    K x

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  78. I would love the crochet flowers book - I've just learned to crochet and this might be a chance to expand my (very small) skill set. Thanks!

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  79. I would love the Knitted Flowers book, it would make my year :).

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  80. I would love the knitted flowers book. I have two little girls who love pretty things!

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  81. Thanks for introducing me to Knit Circus - I loved it, and that's definitely what I'd love to win!!
    kellyjo(dot)haines(at)gmail(dot)com

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  82. Oh, all these are wonderful...while I'd be happy with any of them. I don't crochet but if I got that I'd have to learn, right! Thanks for having a contest.

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  83. Barb T.3/13/2010

    I love your blog tons! I would be interested in the magazine! I took a look and like it!

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  84. I went over to knitcircus and the online magazine looked great! I would love to win the downloads. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  85. I have been very interested in knitting flowers lately, maybe because i'm so tired of winter and looking forward to spring!! I would be very interested in the knitting flowers book. Thank you for sharing.

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  86. I have a copy of KnitCirus from when it was a print magazine. I didn't know it had switched to online. I would love a copy of the current issue

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  87. The magazine has some great patterns, I would love them! Thanks!

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  88. Anonymous3/13/2010

    Would love Knitted Flowers... Really everything sounds lovely!! Thanks for sharing.

    Diana B.

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  89. Thanks for the free offer, my first choice is the Nicky Epstein book.

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  90. I knit and crochet, so any of them would be lovely. But I think the Knitcircus is my favorite.

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  91. I love the idea of knitted flowers but am still just a beginner - even though I have been knitting for many year (justnot enough!)

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  92. Leslie Bagatelle3/13/2010

    I would love to make embellished pillow covers for my living room sofa. I knit and crochet! Thanks for the offer.

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  93. trish r3/13/2010

    I love the knitted flowers, maybe felted on some slippers!

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  94. How sweet, count me in for this fab giveaway.

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  95. I would love the knit book! I don't crochet and thought my opportunity to knit flowers was very limited!

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  96. crochet flowers would be fun!

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  97. Your generosity amazes me :) Thank you. The magazine patterns looked amazing.

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  98. i don't know how to crochet either so i would have to try out all the knitted flowery goodness. thanks for the giveaway.

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  99. Thanks for offering us the chance to win some lovely things.
    Who wouldn't like knitted flowers? I certainly would.

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  100. Anonymous3/13/2010

    Love these books ! Thank you for the contest ! Kim O

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  101. oh wow! knitcircus would be great! thanks for the giveaway chance and you're the birthday girl! so generous...but i already new that!

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  102. I would love either of the flower books - they both look beautiful! Thanks for having such a wonderful giveaway.
    Kathy

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  103. Sounds wonderful. These are beautiful books. My first choice would be the crocheted flowers!

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  104. Anonymous3/13/2010

    Thank you for the offer. I would love the knitted flower book.

    Cindy Z

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  105. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd like the crocheted flowers since I've started making a few from other patterns. A different technique from knitting, but still fun.

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  106. Thanks for another great giveaway. They look fabulous. I am late to the party - so would be happy with anything :) g

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  107. Your lurkers sure are popping up for these wonderful looking books. I'd love to win, too!

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  108. Oooo, would love to look through either, but would choose knitting first. Thank you!

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  109. Crochet flowers please - I already have the knitted version and love it - I am trying to improve my crochet and this would be a fun way to do it! :D

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  110. The Knitted Flowers book looks amazing!

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  111. I would be happy to take a copy of either. one sister knits and the other crochets - I would happily regift it to one of them should I be so lucky to be chosen! love watching your beautiful creations adorn your family!

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  112. Knitted flowers, oh my! I've been meaning to embellish a few hats, but hadn't found that perfect embellishment. I don't know a thing about crocheting... wish I did.

    Thank you for your inspiration and for the great giveaway!

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  113. Thank you for the wonderful give away! I would love either of the books!

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  114. Wow! Great giveaway. I would like the knitcircus patterns.

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  115. I would love to have Knitted Flowers!

    candacespainsmith@gmail.com

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  116. Knitted Flowers would be fabulous to have! Thanks so much for all your inspiration and information you share! I tell everyone who will listen! Thank you.

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  117. I would like the knitting flowers book. I love crocheting flowers, but I have never knitted them. Crocheting is super easy. If you can knit, you can definitely teach yourself to crochet. :)

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  118. great giveaway! i'd love the crochet flowers book

    gill

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  119. What great offers! You can sign me up.

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  120. Thanks for the leads. These both look great.

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  121. I have been reading your blog for quite some time now and just started a blog of my owm. I knit and crochet and those flowers are just beautiful! I'd be really lucky to receive either!

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  122. The crocheted flowers book would be fantastic!

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  123. I would love Knitted Flowers! Looks so fun.

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  124. I would LOVE the knitted flowers book. I have actually been looking for something like this (seems much easier to find crocheted flowers) to make for my girls and their goodies.

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  125. Mirjam3/13/2010

    These knitted roses look stunning. Would love to win that book. Thanks!

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  126. With spring approaching it would be lovely to sit on the patio and dream of all the things I imagine I will make from the knitted flower book - second would be the free download. thanks!

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  127. cpenoyer3/13/2010

    I was just checking out the knitting flowers book this afternoon at my LYS & really wanted it as I'm knitting on felted handbags for my 6 granddaughters now & would love to add some flowers !

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  128. Spring collection please, and thanks for sharing the wealth!

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  129. Gipsieee3/13/2010

    I would love any of these, but getting a copy of the crochet flowers or Knit Circus patterns would be especially wonderful.

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  130. Thanks for the intro to knitting circus. Always fun to read more about the craft.
    Either of the books would be grand. Though I knit, I'm keen to pick up crochet. Wouldn't flowers be a treat in either form?

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  131. Anonymous3/13/2010

    I'm hoping for some spring, so the spring collection would be just the thing! ~ jill in Boise

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  132. ooooh, the knitcircus please

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  133. Oh how fun! The crocheted flowers book would be lovely! Thanks, Leslie for the chance.

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  134. clancyreeves@att.net3/13/2010

    Thank you for the giveaway! I would love the knitted flowers book.

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  136. What fun! I'd take the knitcircus patterns. Not that I need more pattern ideas...

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  137. Very Cool! Now I need to quickly go and check out that knitcircus link.

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  138. oh, i'd love the crochet book!

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  139. Those look gorgeous! I would love the knit book!

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  140. I just love the flowers on the purse on the crochet book, so sweet

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  141. what a great giveaway! i think i would like the knitted flowers book, but the crochet flowers book looks just as great!

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  142. Anonymous3/14/2010

    Thank you so much for your site. I enjoy it so much. If I am lucky enough to be Blessed with one of the books I would love the knitted flowers. kelly d

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  143. Great giveaway! I would go for the patterns... thanks!

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  144. Fab giveaway - I would love the crochet flowers book

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  145. OOoh, I would love the PDF files!

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  146. Fun contest! I'm interested in all the prizes, because, well, I love prizes. Happy weekend to you, too :)

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  147. Yes, please! I'd love the Crochet Flowers book. I already have a recent collection of Knitcircus patterns on hand.

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  148. ohh headed over to amazon to add the knitted flowers to my wishlist!

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  149. Wow, thanks for the link to the Knittingcircus magazine. It was fun checking it out and there were lots of patterns I would like to try. I guess I would like a copy of the magazine patterns. And since I've started crocheting again, the Crochet Flowers book would be awesome too.

    Great giveaway!

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  150. Oooh, I want, I want! I especially want the crocheted flowers book! Or the knitted flowers book! I like to keep my knitting library growing. :) Thanks for offering this giveaway!

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  152. My first choice would be the knitted flowers book but I would be happy to learn how to do more than just crochet a long cord, someday too. Or even just explore the online magazine.

    Thank you for sharing this all with us.

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  153. Awesome giveaway! I think that I would like the knitcircus pattern collection.

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  154. Would love one of those books, they look amazing!

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  155. Holy Cow! Those look fun. I don't have any idea what I'd choose, but I'm really enjoying your blog since I found it.

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  156. How sweet are all these people...knitted flowers or crochet (I already subscribe to the Knit Circus!!)

    I really enjoy your blog!
    Kim

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  157. Thanks for the giveaway.. flowers for spring.

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  158. It's hard for me to decide between Knitted Flowers and Knit Circus! (Good thing I don't know how to crochet or I'd have trouble narrowing it down at all. lol)

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  159. knitting flowers looks fun! I continue to be thankful for all the wonderful things you share with us!

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  160. I would love the Knitted Flowers book! I enjoy reading your blog so much, it is clear that you are very generous, talented, and kind person!
    Thank you!

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  161. what a generous offer. The knitted flower book looks like a good one, judging by the cover.
    good luck to everyone!

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  162. Lovely - I would like all of them, but especially the crocheted flowers book.

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  163. I would lovelovelove the crocheted flower book! Would love to crochet a giant Easter corsage.

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  164. Thank you for the give-away! My first choice would be the knitted flowers book.

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  165. Love the knitted flower book - well, and the crochet counterpart too...

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  166. I'm so glad I caught this--just under the wire! Really, I was just thinking about making hats for my girl for spring with flowers on them. One problem... No idea how to do it! If I don't win, I will buy these anyway. :)

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  167. StephanieDuff3/15/2010

    I would prefer the crocheted flowers book, but the knitted one would be great too!

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  168. What a nice give-away. I would love the crochet flower book - I am on a bit of a crochet kick right now. Thanks for the chance to win one of these great books.

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  169. Leslie3/15/2010

    Thanks for the giveaway! I think the crochet book would be my first choice -- I don't know how to crochet, but I want to!

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  170. Jennifer3/15/2010

    I would love the knitted flowers book. The bag on the cover has a friend's name written all over it.

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  171. I would love the knitcircus patterns! Your blog is great btw:)

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  172. Ooh. I would love the knitted flowers book.

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  173. dana.meadows@ahss.org3/15/2010

    i'd like the crochet version for a first choice, but any would be fine.

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  174. Great giveaway. Love knitcircus and would love to win.

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  175. I would love the knitted flowers book! It looks lovely.

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  176. Yummy patterns! ss

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  177. I'm about to try my hand at crocheted flowers for a tote bag I'm just finishing up. I've never done them before so I'm pretty excited to learn. The Crochet book would be right up my ally.

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  178. Yum - Love the knitted flowers book. :-)

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  179. What a lovely giveaway! Those knitted flowers are so beautiful. I would be thrilled with any of these!

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  180. The knitting book please

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  181. Knitcircus sounds like fun!

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  182. Wow. I'm practicing my crochet right now, because I am doing the crochet swap (if I can get my act together and crochet a potholder each night between now and next Wednesday)!

    All of these books/magazines look really stunning. It would be a wonderful thing to win any of them.

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  183. Everything looks wonderful. I think I would like the spring patterns pdf from knitcircus. But, honestly, I'd be happy to win any of it!

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  184. oh wow! I would love the knited flowers book, it looks like such fun!

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  185. Knitted Flowers looks amazing. Thank you so much!!

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  186. The books look enticing! Please count me in!

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  187. Thanks for this lovely giveaway ♥ The knitted flowers book looks wonderful!

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  188. I'd love the knitted flowers book - thanks!!

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  189. id be so lucky to have any of the three!

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