November 30th, 2011

Dream in Color Giveaway

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The time has come again for a juicy new giveaway from Dream in Color yarns. And just in time! This holiday I see crafters working their little fingers to nubs. What better way to look forward to post-holiday selfish knitting than with a special handdyed skein of  your very own?

This month Dream in Color is tempting us with a lovely fingering weight merino cashmere blend in a green/purple fusion.  This is an exclusive colorway of Smooshy with Cashmere. *Swoon*. Check it out!

Of course, the giveaway includes a free pattern to go with it! The pattern for this great yarn is a men’s scarf called Opa! But this would be great for anyone…including yourself!

Want a chance to win? Let us know what selfish knitting you are planning for January by commenting below by Sunday, December 4th. Please leave your contact info (Ravelry name is fine) and we’ll contact 10 lucky winners!

Happy Knitting and Good luck!!

Cara

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  1. SimplyGabriela Says:

    I’m hoping to finally get to my February Lady Sweater after the new year.

    Rav name: GabyKnits

  2. swingout Says:

    Hoping to knit a sweater… lots queued from Interweave and especially Twist.

  3. Tina Says:

    Planning on working on my afghan I bought yarn for during Webs annual yarn sale, a wonderful warm orange colored Auracania Azapa. The afghan is by Ann Budd in her “Green Knitting” book , it is called blue cloud, I guess mine will be orange cloud : ) Thanks for the chance to win. Tina

  4. Jaclyn Allen Says:

    I was lucky and got through most of my Christmas knitting before November hit, but now I am working on a hat for my Grandpa in Rowan Pure Wool DK.  After Christmas, I plan on starting either a Summer Flies shawl in Malabrigo Sock, Archangel colorway, or an Arisaig in Rowan 4ply.  Or maybe a Shalom cardigan in Rowan Cocoon, Kiwi colorway . . .

  5. dswgr6 Says:

    Socks.  And a lace scarf. And another sweater.  At least that’s what I’m dreaming about.  Reality??? Well we won’t go there yet.

  6. Mujercita Says:

    I have more selfish knitting than I probably will actually have time for planned!  There are a couple of sweaters that I want to make, as well as a scarf and hat set.

    The biggest selfish project I have, though, doesn’t actually involve me knitting, although it is related.  I am going to be setting up a craft room for myself!

  7. Athena Says:

    I would like some more socks and fingerless gloves for myself as well as another winter hat

  8. Srecore0622 Says:

    I am planning on finishing the squares for an afghan that I started in a Square of the Month class over a year ago and have put off for other knitting.

  9. Carvalho1246 Says:

    I saw the beekeepers quilt on Ravelry and have decided that I will start making the hexipuffs along with a group of students from the high school where I teach.  We will raffle off the finished product and the money raised will go to the Relay For Life Team to raise money for the fight against cancer.

  10. Jennifer Rostal Says:

    I’d like to make a nice lacy scarf for myself!

  11. Kelli Says:

    My selfish January knitting to be started on Christmas Day is a sweater with lots of fantastic cables that can’t be knit in public. Maybe a Starmore or a personal design.

    kgyak@aol.com

  12. Donginzu Says:

    I am going to start a lace shawl for myself.  Just finished one for my mum, literally a few hours before they got on the plane to go back to the UK, and I love how it came out so I’m going to knit one for myself too!  My Ravelry name is DonGinzu. 

  13. deidre corbet Says:

    I am knitting a sweater and going to learn to knit socks because commercial socks do not fit me! Thanks for the chance

  14. Martha from Ohio Says:

    Starting a cardigan for myself and probably finishing Christmas gifts that didn’t get completed in time

  15. Barb F Says:

    I am going to make a sweater with cables in January. Just finished a hat for my granddaughter.

  16. Barbara Berman Says:

    My selfish knitting wish is to knit a lacy cardigan that I saw on Ravelry.  I am almost finished knitting a few scarves for my son’s teachers.  Then I need to knit some soft baby clothes for my two pregnant nieces.  Happy Knitter!  barbaraberman@sbcglobal.net

  17. ritainalaska Says:

    i’ve some gorgeous sock yarn to make a shawl from myself.  a quvuit blend, so soft, so pretty, my treat for me!

  18. Ardosa Says:

    Oh I love the color way and pattern. I have a man who will covet it.

  19. Jody Mellenthin Says:

    I have two skeins of Kauni that I ordered from WEBS months ago!  I am dreaming of colorwork in a rainbow!

  20. Nyx Says:

    I am thinking it’s time to learn socks because I have lots of cushy warm sock yarn in pretty pretty colors and I’m running low on comfortable socks.

    Or there’s all the sock-weight patterns for lace shawls and I could make a couple yummy soft small shawls for keeping my head & neck warm in the wind that Seattle gets in the late winter.

  21. Judy Gilbert Says:

    I have a coupe skeins of Smooshy yarn that I’m going to knit socks for myself.  My husband’s sock drawer is full….now it’s time to work on mine!  🙂 Ravelry name is: Jude84.

  22. Geemom57 Says:

    Love DIC! That scarf pattern is really nice but my selfish knitting for January is the Fiddlehead Mittens! I intended to knit them last year but it didn’t happen so in the new year- me = selfish!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win such a beautiful skein of yarn and pattern!

    suzygirl on ravelry

  23. Carmen Says:

    Once I’m done with all my Christmas gifts (it might be January!), I hope to work on some thread projects (doilies) which I love working on and to finish a short-sleeved sweater for myself that I started a couple years ago.

  24. sampoulter Says:

    I realllllly want to get back to my Master Knitter program — which means knitting bunches of swatches and evaluating them. And a pair of felted slippers for myself. But first I need to figure out just how much my perfect pair shrunk so I can alter the pattern accordingly!

  25. Dsousa Says:

    I hope to finish spinning the yarn for and knitting myself a nice warm sweater for the winter.

  26. Lucy Says:

    Oh….I have MANY post-holiday plans! It make take months to figure out what’s next, but definitely, socks from Socktopus is high on the list. And sweaters. And hats. And more socks. sigh.

  27. Catcrick Says:

    i plan on designing and knitting a warm pair of convertible mitts to keep my hands warm:) My ravelry name is: apothecaria 
    Thanks!

  28. Ikkinlala Says:

    I’m hoping to have time to knit a pair of gloves, maybe Julia Mueller’s new Glacier pattern.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

  29. nittinana Says:

    My selfish knitting will be a cowl to keep my pretty neck warm in the cold!

  30. Maggins Says:

    Mmmmmm … Mmmmmy January knitting is definitely selfish …  A Skywalker shawl stitched with stash … mmmmmmmM!  Maggins

    mdrown at gmail dot com

  31. SpiffyB on Rav Says:

    A sweater or maybe 2 for myself – got a couple of bags of yarn at your tent sale that I’ve been itching to dig into…

    –SpiffyB on Ravelry

  32. diwolter Says:

    Definitely a wine-colored cowl with a shimmery mohair yarn I purchased a while back….keep opening the bag and feeling it’s softness!

  33. Jill Neill Says:

    Beautiful yarn in my favorite colors! 

    My selfish knitting right now is Ann Hanson’s Blumchen sweater, made from yarn I bought recently at Webs.

  34. azknitlady1 Says:

    I signed up for Craftsy’s on-line sock class and hope to successful complete a pair that fit my calfs

  35. Stephanie B Says:

    I would love some long fingerless gloves.  

  36. meyan Says:

    Is it possible to send me the pattern?

  37. Sara Delaney Says:

    Hi meyan,

    Unfortunately this pattern was only available with the yarn as part of the giveaway. It’s not a pattern we carry.

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