It’s Knitcrate Time!

The newest Knitcrate arrived. I am loving what I got this month. You can check out the reveal video to see everything and its value. Then be sure to enter to win the knit patterns below.


Great Cowl!


Cute fingerless gloves.
Cute fingerless gloves.

These two knit patterns are super cute and can be yours. Just leave a comment below with your current WIP (work in progress) to be entered.*

Entries open to everyone and close Jan. 31st ,2015 midnight Pacific time. Winner to be announced the next day. Winner will receive the promo codes to download the patterns from Knticrate. 

23 thoughts on “It’s Knitcrate Time!

  1. Oh hey there!
    I had a question about Knitcrate. I’m on the fence between starting a Knitcrate subscription or something like Yarnbox Luxe. I am drawn to the Knitcrate because of the point system they have, so my question is what has your experience with their point system been like? Do you like it and is it worth it?



    1. The point systems is great. They can add up doing reviews and referring friends. The yarnbox tends to have more expensive yarn since that is all they send, whereas Knitcrate has lots of extra goodies and somewhat expensive yarn. 🙂


  2. I am just finishing a Camo baby blanket with matching Beanie and Booties and a cute little Camo turtle ( patterned after your Tessa).


  3. Does it have to be just one WIP? That would be impossible! My most recently started one is a really cute baby blanket for a friend’s baby, in pale yellow as I don’t know if it’s a boy or girl. Also working on socks for myself… Plus other WIPs that are currently on hold!


  4. I am working on Alpaca fingerless gloves for my granddaughters. Thanks for the giveaway! Hope you enjoy using the Noro and can’t wait to see what you make from it!


  5. I’m trying to make llama mittens with yellow furry yarn based on the llama and alapaca toys from Alpacasso. I’m hoping to enter them into a contest but making a tutorial is a long process.


  6. My “Lifetime Afghan” — that’s what I call it. I have a double yarn, ripple afghan that I started 30 years ago and I am finally down to the last two skeins! I’ve been captured by other projects (that I have finished!), but for some reason, this one, I keep putting off. Each row just seems to take so long to complete; I think it’s just too big a project for me. Live and learn, I guess. I love the patterns you’re giving away! They are the perfect size for me to start and finish!


  7. I’m still a beginning knitter, but I’m getting better! Currently knitting my daughter some fingerless mitts, and the ones shown above are exquisite! I woul love to make them for her and a pair for myself too! :). The cowl is gorgeous as well!


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