knit a square giveaway

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Okay. I have knit a monkey and a snake before, but I can honestly say that I wish this book was around when I did!

Wait, you can knit a square and turn it into a cute penguin?!
Or a turtle?!
Or a panda?
Or a pig?
Or a frog?!

There are 35 critters in all.  All constructed from a single square.  Seriously?!  And, I SO wish I would have taken a photo of the elephant.  Oh my cuteness!

If interested in Nicky Epsteins Knit a Square, Create a Cuddly Creature, please leave a comment here.   I'll announce the winner next weekend.

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56 comments

  1. This has blown my mind!! My kids love lovies, but I dread all the increases, decreases, etc. I don't get nearly enough knit because I can't take my knitting along. This book looks amazing!!

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  2. Oh my goodness! I need that book! I am making a 2ft whale for my 4 year old son, and it is not going well, too complicated. Animals out of squares would be way easier!

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  3. I have been wanting to get into amigurumi for so long! this would be perfect!

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  4. Woah!! This book is crazy!! And yet so awesome. I generally avoid making toys because they seem so fiddly to me. This book could change all that!!

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  5. Those are so cute! I have a closet-full of scrap yarn to use up, and 6 grandchildren to give them to. Thanks for the giveaway. Dot

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  6. Barbara t.10/20/2016

    This book looks great...I too, have a lot of Grandchildren that would love all of these animals, and they look easy since it is a square that you knit...

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  7. I was looking at this book at knitting today. It's very creative!!!

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  8. Anonymous10/20/2016

    How cute these animals are--love the dragon. And to think it all begins from a square!

    Melody

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  9. Oh my goodness! Too cute!

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  10. Those are really adorable. What a great idea!

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  11. I would love to have Nicky Epstein's new book. She has such great ideas in her head. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. What a cute idea for a book.

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  13. MIchelle B.10/20/2016

    Oh my gosh! The cuteness is too much!

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  14. So cute and knitting for babies like crazy! This would be perfect

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  15. I am currently pregnant and would love to make some of these little critters for my baby!

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  16. Anonymous10/20/2016

    I love the look on the frog's face - priceless (Dawn)

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  17. So adorable,Ican't imagine anything cuter!

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  18. How cool is that book, it really flew under my radar!! Clever use of a square!!

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  19. What a great book! It seems like everyone is having babies and am always looking for something different to knit for them!

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  20. Oh, wow, that book looks like it would be fun!

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  21. How genius! My granddaughter would love them!

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  22. That is so creative! What a great book for beginners.

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  23. Holy moly, is there any knitting subject about which Nicky Epstein hasn't written a book yet? Wow, she does EVERYTHING! :)

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  24. I love that flying piggy. so cute

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  25. Both giveaways are fabulous. I love cowl. Both my children are penguin crazy and the younger one adores knitted lovies more than pretty much anything else I can do with needles and yarn!

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  26. What a cute book! And they look so easy to make.

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  27. How cute! I would love to make some but my daughter knits scarves but has not felt ready to branch out, this would be perfect for her.

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  28. Awesome! One of my daughter's first knitting projects was a pink bunny knit from a square. We would love to try more of these fun stuffies.

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  29. Anonymous10/21/2016

    This is brilliant! I've sometimes wanted to knit a little animal, but never could be bothered when I saw how many little pieces there were. Problem solved!

    Rannveig

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  30. oh my goodness -- these are hilarious!! wonderful!!

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  31. Georgia10/21/2016

    Where does Nicky Epstein come up with her fabulous ideas? Remember the doll clothes?

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  32. So cute. Love the Frog. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  33. So so cute!! Love that piggy :)

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  34. I love this! I could make some for Christmas!--Louise

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  35. Anonymous10/21/2016

    I have a friend who would love this book . . . pjcoldren@tm.net

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  36. I love these, thank you for the giveaway.

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  37. For real?! So cool!

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  38. That's super cool. I would make so many things!

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  39. Animals are my FAVORITE knits!

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  40. What a neat & creative book! Thanks for the giveaway!
    knitgrlcj on Ravelry

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  41. This looks wonderful! I'm starting to think about projects for friends and family who will be starting families soon so this would be perfect!

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  42. Wow so many books. This book looks like fun. Thanks!

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  43. Oh my these are so cute and from a square!

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  44. Adorable! I'll have to get a copy of this book.

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  45. Anonymous10/21/2016

    In love with this, hope my number is picked! ShellyT

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  46. So adorable! I'd love to win this!

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  47. This looks like such fun!!

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  48. Wow! My daughter wants all the toys, so that would be an easier construction for sure :)

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  49. These are to die for, my niece and nephew would love these for Christmas

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  50. My daughter would love these since she has pretty much only knit scarves

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  51. This is like knitting meets origami. How much fun!

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  52. Wow, it looks really interesting! And cute :).

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  53. So cute! I've knitted turtles, and I've knitted Nicky Epstein's knitted flowers, but I would love to try some of these!

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  54. Hope I'm not too late too enter! These patterns look great!

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