Never Drink Alone on New Year's
And the random winners of the five hardcover copies of Knit Two by Kate Jacobs are:
Angelbis: I learned to knit as an adult and it has now been about 12 years and I'm going strong. I love to knit because I find it hard to do just one thing at a time, so knitting allows me to do something productive with my hands while reading, watching movies, sitting through academic talks or flying. I adore cables! As others have said, knitting is a great way to relax!
Uhmanduh: I love to knit baby things for all my friends havin' babies. ^_^ You can make stuff cuter than can be found in a store, and best of all, you're done in just a few hours. I have yet to attempt a sweater for myself! I always enjoy your farm foodie blog!
Soldierdeb: I have tried to learn several times - But this time I am sticking to it!
Zoomer1: I've just learned to knit in the last year and love it! I'm still very much a beginner, but it's a very relaxing and satisfying way to spend an evening by the fire.
Christine: How awful to have the flu over Christmas. It doesn't seem fair does it? I'm glad you had your mom there (and Joe, of course) to take care of you and I hope by now that you're feeling much better. I used to knit up a storm (and crochet, and do needlework), way back in the day when my kids were little. Until this winter I hadn't picked up a knitting needle in years. Now I'm feeling a bit "full circle-ish" as I've been bringing out my knitting needles and an old how-to book, thinking I just may start again. And what better way to begin again than with your generous giveaway of Knit Two. Happy New Year!
Congratulations! Please e-mail me your shipping address so I can send you your book. My e-mail address is farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com. And thanks to everybody for entering this fun giveaway. I loved reading about how so many of you are such avid and enthusiastic knitters!
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