stitchionary

Friday, April 27, 2012

Stitchionary  volume one knit & purl
250 stitch patterns from Vogue Knitting.

This book is amazing.  Divided into four chapters by stitch pattern:  Knit & Purl, Lace, Traveling and Unusual Stitches.  
I just love the beginning... how to use this book.  It is honestly one of the easiest most comprehensive, well written knitting books I have ever had my hands on.
Each chapter is arranged from easiest stitch pattern to most challenging.  Truly a wealth of information for the novice knitter or the seasoned.  
Michelle's bachelorette party.  April 20, 2012  Deep Creek, MD

Soho publishing has offered to give two of my readers a copy.  If interested, please leave a comment here before Monday April 30, 4pm EST and I will have the random generator choose 2 names.

Have a beautiful weekend!

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234 comments

  1. Sue Said,

    What a great giveaway! I would be so happy to be one of the recipients of this offer.

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  2. oh i would love to have this, i am an idiot when it comes to learning new stitches!

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  3. This looks like a very useful book.

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  4. That book looks wonderful. Would be a great addition to my library.

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  5. Pick Me!! Looks like a great knitting reference book.

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  6. That sounds like a fantastic book!

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  7. This book looks amazing! I would love to win a copy! Thanks!

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  8. I'd love to add this book to my knitting library.

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  9. Would love to win!

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  10. This could be very helpful since I don't own a stitch pattern book, yet.
    Thank you for the giveaway, Claudia

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  11. One can never have too many reference books when it comes to knitting. What a great giveaway.

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  12. That looks like a great book! I just purchased waaaay too much yarn and this would help me pick more challenging projects.

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  13. I've always wanted the stitchionaries. All of them. I haven't bought any, because I can't decide which one to start with!

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  14. Oooh, this would be a great addition to my library! Hope I win!

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  15. kates_mom4/30/2012

    This looks great! I love the idea of leading you through from easy to hard.
    Thanks for the review and the giveaway.
    Joy

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  16. What a great book! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  17. What a great book, thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. kathy hunt4/30/2012

    This looks fabulous...keeping my fingers crossed!

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  19. It is so lovely and perfect for any knitter.

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  20. Anonymous4/30/2012

    Oh, that's beautiful! Just like your blog. Thanks for the chance to win and for creating such a great site where I love to linger!
    eandnsmom@yahoo.com

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  21. Lynn R4/30/2012

    I love this book. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. Rosario B4/30/2012

    Would love to get the stitchionary! So much to learn in the knitting world.

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  23. I would love a copy of this book. Pick me pick me:)!

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  24. Anonymous4/30/2012

    Wow, this looks great! I would love a stitch dictionary for myself. The one that I've been checking out from our local library has disappeared...

    ali-oop on rav

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  25. The Vogue Stitchionary series is great! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  26. What a great add to the library. Pick me!

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  27. i would love to win a copy! looks like a great book.

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  28. hope i'm not too late!

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  29. Seriously! This is a great giveaway. I would love to add this copy to my library.
    Rav: zenitude

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  30. This is a great opportunity.

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  31. Anonymous4/30/2012

    bummer, is it too late, would love to add this to my stitch library - STibbles

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  32. Anonymous4/30/2012

    Did I make the deadline? I hope so! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  33. Allison5/01/2012

    This looks like a great resource for adapting (or dare I say designing?) patterns. I'd love to win, thanks for the opportunity.

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