Book Giveaway: How to Knit

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Learning to knit may seem like a daunting task to a beginner, but it doesn't need to be. With a copy of How to Knit (Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd. 2013) by Tina Barrett, you'll be knitting in no time. This book covers all the essentials you will need in a series of simple and easy-to-follow projects that let you put each new skill to use.

If you'd like to win a copy of this book, all you need to do is leave a comment here by September 16th for your chance. Winners will be selected randomly and notified shortly thereafter.

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Comments (37)

Yodamom writes: I would like to review knitting, as I haven't knitted since junior high, in Home Ec.
Posted: 3:39 pm on October 17th
ahlix writes: Ive taught myself the basics but Id love to hone my skills and a guide book would be VERY helpful!!! :)
Posted: 12:57 am on October 6th
cnuland writes: I know some basics but want to learn more.
Posted: 10:03 pm on September 14th
adelzeller writes: This would be such an AWESOME winter project for me! Thanks for the opportunity!
Posted: 2:45 pm on September 12th
marcialuz writes: I would love to win this book to finally know how to knit this fall.
Posted: 2:12 pm on September 9th
Stavri writes: I'd love to have this book! It would help me to remember the Knitting skills I used to have. My two daughters would love it!
Posted: 9:24 am on September 8th
_menikdp writes: let me get this book,please :D
i want to learn how to knitting
Posted: 3:18 am on September 8th
alohawahine808 writes: This will be so AWESOME to win this book!!!
Posted: 12:27 am on September 8th
Haikuflower writes: I've been wanting to take up knitting again, but have forgotten how to do even the basics. I would love to have a book that can help me start again. I've got some projects already that I want to try!
Posted: 1:07 pm on September 7th
cinreth writes: I'd love to win this for my friend who recently moved to the Canadian prairie. I just asked her if she had a hobby, thinking that I would send her needles, wool and a book to get her started!
Posted: 11:28 am on September 6th
bluemoonalone writes: I need this book so badly...
Posted: 11:24 am on September 6th
Aleksandra writes: I would like to give this book to my cousin for her birthday. I know she would love to start knitting but she is scared :)
Posted: 2:43 am on September 6th
ramzie writes: this would be great

Posted: 11:49 pm on September 5th
idosew writes: I think knitting would be a good thing for me. I have always wanted to learn how.
Posted: 8:57 pm on September 5th
rsuziq writes: I used to knit. I remember enjoying that time. I have been thinking lately about picking up the habit again. Maybe I'll stop biting my nails so badly if I keep them busy knitting? LOL My sister crochets and I would like to offer a little competition. Although she's pretty good......
Posted: 8:11 pm on September 5th
TerriLovesCooking writes: Who wouldn't love to learn how to knit!
Posted: 7:52 pm on September 5th
bonitabroyles writes: This book would be an excellent tool for the knit/crochet guild to use. I hope I'm a winner.
Posted: 7:48 pm on September 5th
auschick writes: I'd love to use this book so I could learn!
Posted: 7:36 pm on September 5th
feeroberts writes: I've always wanted to learn how to knit.
Posted: 6:49 pm on September 5th
chefcon writes: I'm a beginner knitter and would love to learn all the basics.
Posted: 6:31 pm on September 5th
Ursi writes: Knitting to me seems quite daunting. I know people who just seem to take off with it, but I have not really gotten quite that far. Perhaps a good book with excellent visuals and easy explanations may be just what I'm in need of. I'll keep my fingers crossed! Maybe I'll be a winner!
Posted: 6:30 pm on September 5th
Torked writes: I have never learned to Knit, my Aunt could do both and said your yarn can go twice as far with knitting than with crochet. I would love to win the knitting book, to be able to learn! Thank you for the opportunity!

Thanks so much!
Sharon
Posted: 5:25 pm on September 5th
MacnBernina writes: I would love to win the knitting book - I have wanted to be a knitter for a long time and this would be the perfect jump start!
Posted: 4:51 pm on September 5th
EllACee writes: Yes, please...would love to win the book and learn to knit. Double win!

Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway, and good luck to all potential knitters who enter!
Posted: 4:28 pm on September 5th
Cherokee513 writes: I would love to give this to a friend who always wanted to knit and I can't teach her she is impossible, :)
Posted: 4:20 pm on September 5th
NYKnitter writes: This looks like a great book! Would love to see the illustrations and detailed instructions. Thank you for the chance to win!
Posted: 3:58 pm on September 5th
Iliana writes: I love that this one came up. I was talking with a friend yesterday and she thought I could knit. She was all ready to have a party to learn how. I hated to burst her bubble and tell her no. So if I win this we will get together and learn how to knit together.
Thanks
Posted: 3:56 pm on September 5th
Blufox20 writes: I can crochet small projects (mostly blankets and amigurumi), but I've been intimidated by knitting. I'm not sure why. If this book can explain it to me then I'm ready! Let the knitting begin!
Posted: 3:54 pm on September 5th
Mutti writes: I learned to knit when I was in 9th grade - about 60 years ago :-) Was not to good at knitting socks, though. I'm not bad at crocheting but wood like to start knitting again. I'm sure that this book would send me on the right path to get me going.
Posted: 3:43 pm on September 5th
Karey writes: I love these "essentials" knitting books! They are so handy to carry around with you to look up basic knitting techniques!
Posted: 3:41 pm on September 5th
Purple_su writes: Here I am... Love to crochet and know how to do it. Knitting, not so much and would love to learn!

Thanks for the giveaway! xx
Posted: 3:29 pm on September 5th
Kimber59 writes: I took a class last spring but then moving to a new home got in the way of practicing. Learning to knit was on my summer bucket to do list. But hey, I live in Arizona and it's technically still summer here! LOL! This book may be the motivation I need.
Posted: 3:28 pm on September 5th
magpiestyle writes: Looks like a great book! Would live some knitting how to's!
Posted: 3:21 pm on September 5th
lwing writes: I learned to knit from my Mom and completely forgot it all. I would love to knit again, especially to help my churches project for prayer shawls, I would like to bone up before I join those who know what they are doing.
Posted: 3:20 pm on September 5th
debprice60 writes: I still have not started to knit. I really want to knit so many things; gloves, scarves, hats, toys, etc. I think if I had a good book it would help.
Posted: 6:37 am on September 4th
JustZo writes: ...nor do I know how to knit. This would make a welcome addition to my learning library.
Posted: 12:14 pm on September 3rd
jennieMB writes: I still can't knit, crochet, or make origami so I could use this one. I need the simple instructions with lots of pictures to follow along and maybe I can finally start making simple things like mitts, tuques, scarves, and socks.
Posted: 10:28 am on September 3rd
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