knitting at home

Friday, September 17, 2010

This book is like the all purpose knitting book. Projects for your home, your kids, your friends or yourself. There are 60 projects (SIXTY!) something for everyone that is for sure.
Hats, gloves, mittens and socks.
Sweaters for adults and children. (This hooded house coat looks like something I would live in.)
Hot water bottle covers, tea cozies, cup warmers and place mats.
Felted bags, baby slippers, dolls and baby blankets.
Pillows, wraps, throws and totes.

Honestly, there is a project for everyone. (Oh, there is a little crochet, too!)

I have a couple to giveaway. Leave me a comment between now and Monday the 20th at 12 p.m. EST. The random generator will choose the names.

Happy Friday!

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503 comments

  1. Anonymous9/19/2010

    This looks like such a fun book!

    kgmama (on Ravelry)

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  2. Oh! I would love to win this book! Thank you for the chance!

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  3. Amanda9/19/2010

    Oh Yeah, this looks awesome! Bring it on!

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  4. Where do you encounter all these fabulous books? Do the publishers send them to you? This one does look like a keeper, doesn't it? Hope things are awesome!

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  5. Looks like another great knitting book I'd love to own! :D

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  6. I'd love to win this book !! I wonder if I have a chance if I see how many reactions you have already. It should make this Belgian friend to knit with very lucky !!!!!!

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  7. Before I even got to your announcement of a giveaway, I was thinking "I must have this book"! Thanks for the preview.

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  8. Would love to win one of your copies. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. That book looks like 7 shades of Awesome!

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  10. I'd love your generous giveaway. Fingers crossed.

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  11. Wow there really does seem to be something in there for everyone. Those slippers on the front cover? Gorgeous! Knitted Placements? Yes yes yes!

    I would love this book! As always, thanks for the opportunity

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  12. Nice giveaway, I would love to win!

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  13. Bethany9/19/2010

    What a way to kick off my winter knitting!! Love the look of the book!

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  14. Beautiful pics of projects. I would love to make the hooded housecoat! Looks comfy! Hope I win!ficte

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  15. OH that looks wonderful, Thanks for the giveaway

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  16. Those all look lovely. Christmas knitting would definitely be coming out of that book!

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  17. This book looks awesome!

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  18. 60 projects! WOW! Love you blog and give aways.
    Amanda

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  19. The book looks great!! I'd love to have it...

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  20. Trishia9/19/2010

    Looks like a wonderful book!

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  21. What a fantastic book. Please count me in. Love it. Fingers and toes are crossed,

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  22. Great giveaway! My fingers are crossed...

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  23. Debbie9/19/2010

    I would love to win this beautiful book.

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  24. The hooded house coat has my name on it! Perfect for the cold weather I know will be coming our way.

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  25. Laurie9/19/2010

    Count me in! Sounds like a great book. And thanks for organising the giveaway.

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  26. What a fabulous looking book. So inviting!

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  27. what a great looking book, and a great giveaway..

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  28. Ooooh! I too could live on that house coat...!

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  29. Yep!!! Sounds like the perfect book for every little knitter!!

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  30. Anonymous9/19/2010

    Love the hooded housecoat!!!

    Diana B.

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  31. AWESOME! Come on, random generator!!!

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  32. Anonymous9/19/2010

    I like your blog because it gives me a little bit of delicacy in my world of boy roughness! Thanks for the give-away. Looks rockin' awesome
    pizzadelong@yahoo.com

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  33. Haven't seen that book yet. Looks great!

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  34. Anonymous9/19/2010

    Thanks for another great giveaway. I so agree with you on that sweater/house coat. As soon as my Slouchy is done, I may just start that!

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  35. Oh, I could use such a pick-me-up. Thanks for offering a giveaway!

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  36. I love the look of those slippers shown in the first photo. I'm always looking for good things to make for gifts.

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  37. Those water bottle cozies look just that, cozy, and I'd love to snuggle up with one this winter! Just as I'd love to snuggle up with the book if I'm a lucky winner (or, lucky buyer).

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  38. Anonymous9/19/2010

    I think that this year, I'll actually try taking a hot water bottle to bed with me. And yes, that house coat looks like a mug of hot chocolate ... So delicious.

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  39. I did not want that hot chocolate comment to be anonymous. Sorry!

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  40. Love the colors in that blanket.

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  41. Love the hooded cardi too. Great giveaway.

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  42. That book looks like such a brilliant one to have on the shelf.

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  43. Anonymous9/19/2010

    Such a nice, nice book! ~Jan

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  44. I love the hooded jacket and the hot water bottle cozies. I love winter knits.

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  45. Wow!This looks like a great book!

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  46. Looks like a great book!

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  47. Wow what a great looking book. I probably would never take the house coat off either, but then I couldn't put on other goodies. A dilemma indeed.

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  48. It looks fantastic. If I don't win a copy, at least it is on my wish list now.

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  49. Anonymous9/20/2010

    Looks like a really good book. I'd love to see the other projects in it.
    (bumpycake on ravelry)

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  50. I would love it, but i dont think you would b happy to send it to switzerland ;-)

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  51. Charlene9/20/2010

    Wow you sold me on this book , I would love a chance to win it!! Thank you.

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  52. Thanks for the giveaway! (^-^)

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  53. I love the hot water bottle covers!

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  54. I would really love to get my hands on a copy of this! Christmas is right around the corner and it looks like this book has a pattern to suit everyone on my list!

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  55. Oh this is a beautiful book and 60 patterns, WOW! I just picked up my knitting needles after a hiatus of about 10 years. Just finished the Citron Shawl and just starting a Debbie Bliss Bolero for my eldest daughter. Happy Knitting!

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  56. Would love to have some new projects!

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  57. I'd love it! great giveaway!

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  58. My fingers are crossed! Thanks again for the opportunity!
    Lisa

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  59. Anonymous9/20/2010

    I love that throw ! Great give a way,,

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  60. This book looks awesome! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  61. Love the sweater! I would live in it too!

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  62. Something for everyone!

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  63. That book looks great! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  64. Anonymous9/20/2010

    that sweater house coat!
    thank-you.
    enough said.
    Colleen

    murphycolleenATrogersDOTom

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  65. Anonymous9/20/2010

    Looks great!

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  66. Donna T9/20/2010

    Looks great!

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  67. This looks like a lovely recommendation! I may just have to go and snoop through those beautiful pages soon.

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  68. What a fantastic book and oh boy do I love that knitted house coat, but I would probably wear it in public, wink.

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  69. I LOVE this book - what a treasure!

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  70. Hot water bottle cover. OH OH!

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  71. This book looks fantastic!

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  72. Your projects are so inspiring...knitting and baking!

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  73. Looks great! Please count me in.

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  74. How perfect! I love books with lots of choices and am already searching for details of the hooded housecoat on Ravelry.

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  75. Anonymous9/20/2010

    Oh my gosh, I would love a copy! Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  76. Anonymous9/20/2010

    Pick me!! would love the book!


    nell@sjgcc.com

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  77. This book looks stunning. I love the cosy feel!

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  78. Pick Me! Pick Me! Just imagine my hand waving wildly, in 2nd grade fashion! :)

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  79. what a great giveaway...just in time for next year Christmas knitting...LOL....

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  80. This is exciting! Count me in, please - Melissa Graham

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  81. Those projects look fantastic! What a nice collection :)

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  82. GGKnits9/20/2010

    Time to start knitting for gifts!

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  83. That Hoodie is gorgeous!

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  84. OH! I love Ella Rae designs! What a great book. :)

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  85. I like it! I'd like one:)

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  86. oh what a lovely book. i'm dreaming of casting on all ready.

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  87. I think I'm too late, but what the heck! thanks for being so generous, yet again.

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  88. What a great book! I thought I was the only person who still used hot-water bottles!

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  89. Hello there. I just found your blog but would love to own this book of inspiration. Thanks for such a fun giveway.

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