Yarn Bowl Giveaway

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We are giving away one exclusive Nice and Knit yarn bowl, hand thrown by Muddy Brook Potters.   Leave us a comment with the number of days, months or years you have been knitting, and you will be entered into our giveaway.  We love our yarn bowls and know that you will too! (Yes, if you have never knit a day in your life, but have big plans - zero counts.  Or, if you have no knitting aspirations, but would love a yarn bowl to give to someone, just leave us a comment saying "hello!") Leave your comment by Thursday, at midnight.  Kara will pick our yarn bowl winner on Friday morning!

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  • Kris: September 26, 2016

    I took a knitting class when my oldest was a baby…and he turned 8 last week! So, it’s been almost 8 years for me. :)

  • colleen: September 26, 2016

    I am thinking it has been about three years. I started by knitting some beaded belts and then many months later I really got knitting! What fun!

  • Merrill Williamson: September 26, 2016

    I learned to knit when I was in the Brownies, so that would mean I’ve been knitting for over 50 years!

  • Sherry: September 26, 2016

    I am not a knitter yet. However, I was looking for the perfect gift for the perfect someone…

  • Kristen: September 26, 2016

    How pretty! I’ve been knitting for about 10 years, since my sophomore year of college.

  • Ashley: September 26, 2016

    I’ve been knitting since October 2011. I wanted to learn from my grandma before it was too late.

  • Danielle: September 26, 2016

    My Grandmother taught me to knit when I was young & I never really “took” to it. I picked it up again last spring & have been knitting up a storm ever since! (my grandmother is still around & very impressed with my new found passion for knitting!)

  • erin: September 26, 2016

    I have been knittiing for a little over a year now, thanks to some very patient and kind friends ;) Kara- wondering how the magic loop went for you with Matt’s socks? Thinking of trying it out for sleeves on a sweater for one of my kiddos….thoughts or advice??

  • Lynn: September 26, 2016

    Wow. Thanks for the chance in the giveaway. Love those bowls! I have been knitting 2 years and 2 months and totally addicted:). I call it stick passion!

  • Cheryl: September 26, 2016

    I learned to knit when I was about 6 and then did not knit until I made a blanket and sweater when I was expecting my oldest daughter who is 34.

  • melinda: September 26, 2016

    Well my grandma taught me when I was 12 I believe, but I didn’t really do much with it, then my sister Katie (yes THAT Katie) came to visit me in Illinois and brought her knitting needles along and I picked it up again I believe that was about 2 years ago. As a side note Cheryl your oldest daughter MIGHT not be very happy with you telling her age Just saying :)

  • Karen: September 26, 2016

    I bought a little book with Tips for Quilters that was a compilation of comments, suggestions and ideas brought together from many knitters and teachers. . .one of the comments was to get something like this to hold the yarn while knitting. I am only knitting about 5 months and have three projects in work! Yikes, how did that happen?

  • Darla: September 26, 2016

    A friend brought me along to a knitting shop and I have been knitting ever since. It has been over 3 years.

  • Samantha: September 26, 2016

    My grandmother taught me to knit about 25 years ago. However, I’ve only been serious about it for the last 4 when my high school best friend got pregnant and I took up my needles again.

  • Amy: September 26, 2016

    I’ve only been knitting for two years, but it’s become a bit of an obsession.

  • krstanley: September 26, 2016

    Hey Erin! I’m having great luck with magic loop and would definitely recommend it for the sleeves. You just have to make sure you’re working with a long enough cord on the circular. I think it needs to be at least 32". Also, the video I watched mentioned that at the beginning of each row you want to pull the yarn a little snug for the first stitch which was a great tip so that you don’t end up with ladders. Highly recommend it, for me it’s much more comfortable and more relaxing than working with DPNs.

  • Rachel: September 26, 2016

    I’m now 24 and originally learned how to knit when I was 8 in Girl Scouts. Unfortunately, I had the attention span of an 8 year-old and soon moved on to something else. Fast forward 12 years and I rediscovered my love of knitting and haven’t stopped since. Talk about muscle memory—the motion came back immediately!

  • Abbey: September 26, 2016

    I’ve learned to cast on – on my honeymoon (almost seven years ago) and have been knitting regularly for about four years.

  • Diane Buck: September 26, 2016

    I have been knitting for 15 years. these bowls are gorgeous. I have always been a big believer in having good looking and functional tools.

  • Jamie Leigh Rinker: September 26, 2016

    Eight years knitting. I was on eight months bedrest with my daughter. Five during pregnancy and three after. I learned to knit to survive.

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