Weekend Wraps Giveaway!

[amazon text=Weekend Wraps&asin=163250278X]  is officially out and I think that it’s time to give away a free copy! Take a look at the photos, or visit the project pages on Ravelry, then comment here (it my take a bit for your comment to show up, I have to approve each one). If there are more than 100 entries, I’ll add a 2nd copy and pick 2 names using the random number generator. And, if you already have a copy, I’d be happy to have the copy you win to a friend instead. Entries are open to anyone, anywhere until 11:59EST on August 1st, 2016. Good luck!

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Here’s a peek at the 18 projects from our amazing designers:

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102 thoughts on “Weekend Wraps Giveaway!”

  1. Oooooh! These are beautiful! Love that there are so many different shapes, not just triangles and rectangles. 🙂

  2. There are so many of these designs that I would love to make and wear (or gift) but the first would be the North Star Cardigan. Congratulations on a great book!

  3. Beautiful designs–all perfect for fall knitting! Cooler weather will be here before we know it and I’m looking forward to trying new projects that will help keep me warm!

  4. I have never wanted to knit a poncho before, but that one is perfection. And I love the green cabled cowl. Everything is stunning!

  5. Absolutely gorgeous patterns! They’re all stunning. I can see making the Highland Hooded Scarf for myself and for gifts for Christmas. And the Cowls, Shawls, etc. lol

  6. Wow! What a fabulous book – so many great pieces. I want to make them all! I’d probably start with the Getaway Poncho and wear that while I knit up everything else, one after the other. ;). Thanks for a great giveaway!

  7. Those shawls! Hard to know which one I’d knit first: Hiker’s Shawl, Gansey Shawl, and Fireside Shawl are all gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity and congratulations on another great book!

  8. What a great variety of shapes, textures and sizes of projects! Something for everyone, surely!

  9. So hard to pick a favorite! What a wonderful collection. I love all of the cabling and different shapes. Congrats on a great book!

  10. I adore this book! I was just thinking about buying it for my mom’s birthday August 4th. She’s 61 this year.

  11. Love them all!! <3 every single shawl is so wearable and modern enough for anyone! I mean, even to me! I would like to make them all! Your designs are always very inspiring and truly classic. Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. Congratulations on producing a first rate collection of patterns. The only question is which to make – and wear – first?

  13. Country Charm. City Chic. Classic Comfort. Cabled Coziness. Cleverly Conceived Chill-Chasers. Carefully Curated Collection. I may be stuck in an alliterative rut, but this is a wonderfully diverse selection of patterns. Thanks of the giveaway. KittenWhiplash on rav.

  14. Oooh!!! Shawls and wraps are my absolutefave to knit, and they are so versatile too! I had given up knitting this year in favour of crochet, but your patterns might just be the thing to spur me on to resule knitting projects again! Congrats on you new book!!
    Best wishes from the UK

  15. I like most of the patterns in this book, they look really relaxing, perfect for the casual weekend. My favourite pattern though is North Star Cardigan, it looks like a cardigan you just want to snuggle in, grab a good book and read a rainy sunday away

  16. These are such cozy and warm looking patterns! I think my favorites are the North Star Cardigan (either way up!) and the Turkish Lace Wrap.

  17. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for, quick projects that will be fun (not boring) to knit and make useful gifts. Thanks, this is a terrific collection!!

  18. Well, what a lovely morning – each pattern looks better and better and better – so many opportunities to enjoy knitting days!!!! Love them all – well done!
    Jann at YarnTaxiDriver on Ravelry

  19. Wow!! Each one more beautiful than the one before. I will need to retire from work to find time to make each and every one. Lovely!

  20. There are so many knits in this book that are calling to me & added this to my Christmas wish list, but of course I’D LOVE to get started sooner…hint, hint….. Great book!

  21. North Winds Wrap and Hiker’s Shawl appeal to me right off the bat! Nice selection of different types of wraps. Thanks for the chance to get this book!

  22. Congratulations on such a beautiful collection. I love the variety, and it opens the possibilities for using so many different yarns from my stash. I will definitely have to ge this book (and would LOVE to win it!)

  23. Oh my goodness! I’m in LOVE!!!! These wraps are gorgeous. I love cables. And these wraps look like such snuggly hugs.

  24. Love the poncho!! I’m not even a poncho person and I would wear that one. Really, everything is so wearable!!

  25. I love so many of these! I think my favorites are the North Star Cardigan, Turkish Lace Shawl, and Hiker’s Shawl.

  26. Great patterns, it’s really hard to choose what to knit!And most of them would make gorgeous blankets if enlarged!

  27. Wow. Such an array of designs in this collection! I want to knit so many. The first would be the Highland Hooded Scarf– I love it.

  28. Congratulations on your book! My daughter and daughter-in-law would both love it if I knit some of these for them. Such beautiful patterns.

  29. I’d love to get a copy there are some gorgeous patterns and I have some yarn just perfect for them! Plus I’ve never knit myself a wrap 🙂

  30. Great book and great patterns! Looking forward to knitting several of these this fall. Already have my own copy but would love to give this to my friend and LYS owner!

  31. What a beautiful collection! Your patterns and the yarn and color choices are very much at home in the natural settings you chose for your photo shoot. I’m already imagining knitting up several of these lovelies ( the cowls and the wraps, particularly!) for the upcoming autumn! Congratulations on the book! 🙂

  32. those pictures make me want to immediately abandon all my current knitting projects – of which there are far, far too many for my liking – and start a new one.

    Gorgeous knits. And winter is coming…if I start one of these projects this month, I can be warm and cozy this winter. (Right?)

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