Win Assorted Prizes In The March Giveaway @ Let's Knit

Found 17th Mar 2011
Assorted knitting prizes. Register, tick the boxes and click Enter. Easy! Total value: £129.96

Never submitted a comp before so be nice


Friend for life

Knit a doll that looks like you and your best friend with the new James Galt Knit a Friend Kit. Suitable for anyone aged eight and up, it contains all you need to make a number of cute characters. Head to the company’s website to download exclusive patterns of the royals too.

Threaded bliss

Celebrate the forthcoming royal nuptials with Fiona Goble’s new book Knit Your Own Royal Wedding. It features patterns for all the stars of the show, including the Queen, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the special couple themselves. Also included is a pull-out balcony so you can recreate the event in your own home.

Shining stars

We featured a gorgeous sequinned cardigan from new book Stitch ‘n Bitch Superstar Knitting by Debbie Stoller (Workman) in the March issue of Let’s Knit and we now have ten copies to give away, worth £13.99 each. Perfect for anyone who’s mastered the basics and is interesting in taking their knitty skills further, this book contains 41 chic patterns covering a vast array of techniques from bobbles to beading.

Knitter’s style

We adore this quirky little necklace by Angela Knipe – it’s the perfect way to declare your love for knitting in a new way. It’s made from a bent plastic knitting needle with tiny gansey samplers threaded onto it.

We’ve got one to give away, worth £40.

Boost your stash

The Creative Stitches and Hobbycrafts show takes place at the Aintree Pavilion in Liverpool between the 20th-22nd May. We’ve got ten pairs of tickets to give away courtesy of ICHF.

Super stash!

This month we have an exclusive prize from Yarn Box which is only available to those entering online. One lucky entrant will win this stunning Lauren bag worth £17.99, a skein of Kollage Sock-a-licious made from merino and silk worth £16.50, plus a Sonoma sock pattern and a set of 2.75mm Kollage square double-pointed needles worth £10.
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