Purl’s Giveaway Winners & Winter Fun

If you'd like another chance to win a Winter Pattern Collection pdf, designer extraordinaire Allison Harding is holding a giveaway at the Allison Harding Design blog. In more fun news, friend-of-the-magazine Heather of Craftlit Podcast is part of the Dickens of a Christmas blog hop , so hop on over and check out her Special Edition podcast and see what the other Dickensian bloggers are dishing up. Continue reading

Alice Starmore Giveaway Tomorrow!

Here it is, the original Alice Starmore hardcover of Fair Isle Knitting, and it could be yours tomorrow! Just shoot me an email: jaala@knitcircus, ravmessage me: jaaladay, or post something in the Knitcircus Ravelry Group telling us which Knitcircus pattern you've cast on, gotten halfway done or completed; it can be from any Knitcircus issue, with an included link or photo! Continue reading

Knitcircus Fall 2010 Release

This is it, the big day, and our biggest issue ever. Wendy Johnson's kicking off the Giveaway-Palooza on Wendy Knits today! So visit her for a chance to win a Fall 2010 Pattern Collection of your very own. Continue reading

Handwerks Yarn Giveaway!

A special Yarn Crawl today spotlights independent dyer Laura, creator of Handwerks Textiles. She shares her yarny history and new ideas and has generously offered not one, but two skeins of gorgeous yarn for our readers. Continue reading

Knitcircus Summer 2010 is live!

Time for a summer party. Mi Amorita, by Rachel Dickman Constellation Napkin Rings, by KT Vaughan   Flower Power Dress, by Jenny Snedeker   Pavonia, by Susanna IC And for party favors, we'll be giving away free subscriptions and one … Continue reading

Knitcircus Summer 2010 is live!

Time for a summer party. Mi Amorita, by Rachel Dickman Constellation Napkin Rings, by KT Vaughan   Flower Power Dress, by Jenny Snedeker   Pavonia, by Susanna IC And for party favors, we'll be giving away free subscriptions and one … Continue reading

Knitting Design Book Giveaway and peek at Japanese Knitting

I love spring. I love my Guild, too–they bring in such exciting speakers (often partnering with the Sow's Ear, a great Madison-area yarn store and social hub). Gayle Roehm showed us a fascinating array of slides featuring Japanese designers; couture … Continue reading