January 9th, 2017

First Watch Pea Coat – new design and a giveaway!

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Marie Greene, from Olive Knits has just released a new design knit in our Valley Yarns Berkshire. Her First Watch Pea Coat is a lovely modern take on the classic pea coat, with subtle, crisp details that make this sweater a classic piece that you will wear for years. We asked Marie to share the story of this design.

First Watch Pea Coat from Olive Knits, read about the design journey of this knit, and enter to win the yarn and pattern on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

Design Insights:

For me, knitwear design usually always begins with a structure or a place – a bridge, a coastline, an outdoor marketplace. I am always open to inspiration in unexpected places, and more often than not it’s the littlest things that kick off an idea.

My philosophy is simple: I want my designs to be timeless and wearable, but equally important – I want them to be portable. I’m a knitter on the go, and I design with this in mind. I knit during meetings, at the beach, when I travel, when I’m visiting friends – I am never without a project. Some projects travel well and some don’t, but I find that the more portable a project is, the easier it is to finish. (And the sooner I finish, the sooner I can wear it, right?)

First Watch was inspired by my home near the Oregon Coast – a place where the ocean breezes can cut right through several layers (even when you think you’ve bundled up enough).  I’ve always loved the minimal style of a pea coat; it’s a perfect example of form and function, and this one – knit with Valley Yarns Berkshire at a relatively dense gauge makes for a toasty fabric that holds its own on a cold day. The yarn blocks beautifully and provides clear stitch definition for ribbing and details. The result is a sturdy, totally wearable piece that you’ll find yourself reaching for again and again throughout the cold season. Best of all, it’s a quick, seamless knit with the button band worked right along as you go.

Designed for sizes 32-52 with a little ease for layering, First Watch is a versatile piece that you’ll love so much you’ll wear it every time the temperature drops.

First Watch Pea Coat from Olive Knits, read about the design journey of this knit, and enter to win the yarn and pattern on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

 

I have to agree with Marie, I love it, and  I just have to decide what color of Berkshire I’m going to use. For more info on Marie or her Olive Knits designs please follow her on Ravelry or Instagram.

THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT PARTICIPATED! This Giveaway is now closed.

Now for the Giveaway! Tell us what color of Berkshire you’d like to use and where you heard/saw about this giveaway in the comments and you’ll be entered to win a copy of the pattern and a full sweater quantity of Berkshire to knit your own First Watch! The giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada, and closes at 11:59pm EST Sunday, January 15th.

Please use a valid email address when creating your comment account, anonymous comments prevent us from contacting you if you are the winner. The winner will be chosen using a random number generator,  the comment with that number will be the winner.  If the winner has not responded to requests after 1 week a new winner will be chosen using the same method.

(No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Only comments on this blog post count as an entry. Entries must include a preferred color of Valley Yarns Berkshire and the platform where the entrant learned about the giveaway. The winner will be announced here on the WEBS Blog on Monday, January 16th.)

Sara

Marketing Coordinator at WEBS - America's Yarn Store
Sara learned to knit and crochet as a child and added spinning and weaving to her skills after being hired at WEBS in 2006. While crochet is her #1 love, she is also very fond of her husband and their 2 daughters.

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378 Responses to “First Watch Pea Coat – new design and a giveaway!”

  1. Anne Gorman Says:

    I saw this on Websyarn (hope that was what you were asking with “website”). I LOVE the shape of the sweater! And the color I would like is dark blue.

  2. Erin Says:

    I originally thought “I should ask for black” because at present I don’t have any black sweaters….

    but….

    you only live once, so my request is for COPPER!

    I saw this on the webs yarn blog via my feedly rss feed.

  3. ccr in MA Says:

    I could make a case for so many colors! But I think the medium grey heather would go with everything.

    Read about the contest via the Webs blog, via Feedly.

  4. Jean P Says:

    I love the gold color, cheerful and will coordinate with my winter accessories too.

  5. JD Doyle Says:

    Beautiful! My color pick just HAS to be Dark Teal (such a lovely color).

    I heard about this giveaway right here! I follow the WEBS blog via RSS (Feedly).

  6. Shira Says:

    I would love to make this pea coat in black. I’ve been staring at the pattern on Instagram all week! Read about the giveaway on the Webs blog.

  7. Bonnie Says:

    I follow your blog and saw this post in my feed. I’d choose the Dark Gray Heather and wear a brightly colored shirt underneath.

  8. Carmen Clark Says:

    I think this would look really nice in Stone Blue. I saw this post in my RSS feed as I subscribe to the blog!

  9. Anne Marie Says:

    I think Plum would be a fun color, but I’m not daring so I think I’d go more traditional with Medium Gray Heather. I follow the WEBS blog through Feedly.

  10. Tiffany Says:

    I would knit this in a classic Navy. Found via RSS via Feedly.

  11. Amy Says:

    I would go with medium heather gray or plum. I heard about this giveaway by this post via RSS feed through NetNewsWire iOS app.

  12. mellenknits Says:

    I think I would knit this in Turquiose!

    I read about the giveaway on the WEBS blog, which I follow via Feedly so I don’t miss a thing :)

  13. Michelle Says:

    Love this design, and would love to knit it in Turquoise! Thanks for telling me about it right HERE!

  14. Jonnie Says:

    I heard about the contest through my reader and I would want to use Dark Grey Heather

  15. Sharon Hitchcock Says:

    I read about the coat on Feedly Reader. I can see the coat in Navy with shiny gold buttons

  16. Wendelika Cline Says:

    I saw this post via Bloglovin’. I have recently become a fan of Valley Yarns, but I haven’t had the opportunity to work with the Berkshire line yet. I think I would choose a grey for this.

  17. Maureen Says:

    I saw this on the Webs Yarn Blog via Bloglovin.

    I am torn between two colors but the one that I think would win out is the Dark Teal.

  18. Kathy Says:

    I choose the blue ming – so pretty. It was a hard choice!

    I read about the giveaway on the WEBS blog.

  19. Nicole H. Says:

    I think I would probably use the Dark Brown or the Brown Heather. I would like to say I would try a fun and vibrant color, but my wardrobe stays int he neutral range.

    I learned about this giveaway via this blog post.

  20. Susan A. Says:

    What a fun design! I would have to choose either dark teal(if I’m feeling brave) or dark heather grey (for a classic choice).

    I read about this on the WEBS blog, which I follow via Feedly.

  21. Savannagal Says:

    What a great giveaway! I would choose either Pumpkin or Copper. Both awesome colors. I actually follow Olive Knits in Netvibes. So I heard about the lovely Pea Coat straight from Marie. Thanks!

  22. Cheryl Says:

    Fuchsia! Although turquoise would also be wonderful – I’m trying to get out of my navy or gray jacket rut. I saw this here on the WEBS blog using gReader app on my nook.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  23. jl Says:

    Black and webs blog…

  24. Denyalle Says:

    My color pick would be Stone Blue, and I came to this post via my feed on Bloglovin.

  25. Andria Says:

    It’s so hard to decide on a color! I’m already planning to make this (just got a Webs gift certificate for my birthday), and I hadn’t yet decided on a color. But since it’s a giveaway, I’m going to just pick the default shown color of Medium Gray Heather. I saw this giveaway via Twitter.

  26. Rebecca Says:

    Gorgeous! Gorgeous. Thanks for the giveaway, which I found from your tweet. I’m on a grey kick lately, and it goes with everything, so it would be Dark Gray Heather for me. (Knittingwithwords on Rav)

  27. Kay Says:

    I really love the Dark Gray Heather for a jacket/coat like this. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway: saw it on the blog!

  28. Carol C Says:

    I think I’d knit this I’d choose a neutral color like black or charcoal gray, or going in the other direction, cream, would make this coat most versatile. But if I could then make a second, I’d go for something much more colorful, like pumpkin or gold.

    I saw this on your blog also via feedly.

  29. Beth Says:

    I love the dark teal – what a gorgeous sweater!

  30. Jen Lawson Says:

    I saw this giveaway on Facebook, and just love this pattern! If I’m lucky enough to win, I would love to knit it in dark grey.

  31. Beth M Says:

    Love this pattern! Looks cozy & quick. The dark heather gray would look lovely!

  32. Barb Says:

    I love the pattern, but could not make it Birk shire yarn. I am alergic to wool.

  33. Chrystie D Says:

    This is a beautiful jacket. I really love pea coats and this looks like a very cozy one! I think I would make a versatile version and go with the dark brown heather color. I have a sweater that is similar in color that I’ve worn for so many years, that I’ve patched a couple of times now and may be seeing its last days. I would love to make a replacement.

  34. Jane Says:

    I would knit this classic style in my favorite classic color–#28 Navy Blue!

  35. Constance Says:

    I saw this on Facebook. What a great classic design. It would look spectacular in any of the blues or grays but how great would it be in purple or red!

  36. Allison L Says:

    This looks like an amazing design. I would love to knit it in parakeet. Not only is the name great it would help with the blahs of winter!

  37. Karen Watson Says:

    I would choose Olive, I love that color. And I heard about it from the Facebook post linking to the blog

  38. Patti Youngbluth Says:

    When I saw the post on Facebook I fell in love, I love classic designs. The hard decision would be what color, I love greens but would probably go with a classic color like cream. Cream goes with everything.

  39. Rebecca tsai Says:

    Saw this on fb. I’d love to make one in LIME!

  40. Ada Lovelace Says:

    I saw this promotion on Facebook. So many colors to choose from!! I’m partial to greens and purples, BUT if I had to choose one color, I would pick ‘plum’ for this sweater…something a little different. :)

  41. Joan palubniak Says:

    I simply love this sweater! Would love to be able to win it and j it it!

  42. Nell W Says:

    Just love this design. I’d make it in dark teal or navy, something classic and nautical, with brass buttons! Saw the giveaway on Facebook.

  43. kate mora Says:

    Saw this on facebook. This would look great in Dark Brown Heather with some natural wood buttons!

  44. Angela D. Says:

    Love this coat! What a great knit!

  45. Adrianna R Says:

    I would go bold and use Eggplant! I found this giveaway in my daily visit to the WEBS blog.

  46. Kathy Ellis Says:

    I would absolute love this sweater I would love to knit it in any blues or purple

  47. Terri Allred Says:

    I love the Hyacinth. I can envision this knitted up with my grandfather’s antique buttons from his Navy dress uniform as a Spring jacket.

  48. Angela D. Says:

    I this on Facebook, and I would choose a shade of blue for this beautiful knit!

  49. Ardis Says:

    Saw this on Facebook! Lovely design! Denim blue would be great, maybe navy or cherry red!

  50. Patty Gnass Says:

    I saw this on Facebook. The color I would choose is light grey heather.

  51. Joanne m Says:

    Love this sweater, and would love to make it in medium grey heather. I saw the link to this blog on Facebook.

  52. Liz Says:

    Saw this on the facebook page! Love the idea of knitting this in a neutral like the dark brown heather. Such a pretty and classic design!

  53. Olivia P Says:

    I think the color stone blue would be great with this cardigan. I heard about this contest from the Webs Facebook post.

  54. Jessica Says:

    I’d have to make mine in either Eggplant or Dark Grey Heather but I’d love to see somebody make one in Blue Ming. I saw the giveaway posted on the Webs facebook page!

  55. Nikki Says:

    I love this design! I saw this on the Webs Facebook page and would knit it in Olive.

  56. Laura Says:

    Love this sweater – hmmmm – what color?? So many beautiful colors th choose from……

  57. Yvonne Says:

    Beautiful pattern, and beautiful yarn! I’d have to go with Stone Blue.
    I follow WEBS on Facebook and saw the pattern and giveaway in my news feed today!

  58. Susan Peterson Says:

    I would dearly love to win the yarn to knit this beautiful design!

  59. Jeannie Says:

    I would chose Dark teal as my color but Blue Ming would be pretty as well. I heard about the giveaway on Facebook.

  60. Agela Says:

    All of the resolutions I made this year involve yarn, and making a sweater for the first time is one of them! I would make this in dark teal

  61. Lois Says:

    This sweater is gorgeous! I would love to make it.

  62. Suzanne Lee Says:

    Saw this on my Facebook feed, would love the sweater in burgundy

  63. Trice Says:

    I would knit this in lime – so fun! And I saw this on your facebook page :)

  64. Nancy Says:

    Whooo peacoats are my favorite, cool I would go with blue Ming beautiful … would love to be able to knit this wonderful sweater.

  65. Lisa H Says:

    I saw this giveaway on your Facebook page. I would make this peacoat in Navy.

  66. Dawn Says:

    I’d have to go with Navy. It is just my color and would go with so many things!

    I follow this blog through Ravelry and on Facebook.

  67. Laura Says:

    I love how versatile knitting is! Socks, scarves, sweaters and coats. This one is gorgeous!

  68. Liza Says:

    Dark real! Read about it on FB.

  69. Amy C Says:

    I saw this first on the blog, which I follow through bloglovin.
    I’d knit it in olive. Gorgeous, timeless.

  70. Laura Says:

    I love this sweater. My color of choice would be hunter green. I saw this blog posted on Webs’ FB page!

  71. Kim Says:

    I love the plum color, great sweater!

  72. Rachel Says:

    I first came across this one Facebook, then through the Webs site via Feedly. I think he dark real would be a great color for my first sweater for me! I’ve only made sweaters for my kids and would love to make one for me!!!

  73. Michelle Hoggatt Says:

    I saw this give away on Facebook. I love the pea coat! My choice for color would be Pumpkin.

  74. Serina Says:

    I love the color Eggplant! Although the Dark Heather Gray was gorgeous too! I heard about the contests on Webs Facebook post!

  75. Gail Says:

    I saw this on Facebook and just love the sleeve, collar and welt details and think it would be great in the light grey heather as it will go with all colors.

  76. Dee Says:

    I need a sweater that will go with everything–but instead, I’m picking Blue Ming. Wasn’t an easy choice!

  77. Deb Says:

    Wow, tough to choose a color! I think the Dark Teal would be stunning and a little different for a pea coat. Great design.

    I saw this on the WEBS Yarn Store Blog, which I read through my Feedly Blog service.

  78. Kendra Says:

    Found this via Facebook… long time fan of Oliveknits on Instagram!! I would knit this sweater in a navy as an ode to the peacoat inspiration :)

  79. Rachel Says:

    Oh the colors! Dark teal. No wait, wine.

  80. Suzanne Says:

    I saw the jacket last week on Ravelry and then saw it in Facebook tonight. I love the black and white photos and think it would look great in Medium Gray Heather.

  81. Lynda Brown Says:

    Love the pattern. A pea coat in #31 Dark Teal would be wonderful. Thanks for the opportunity to win this great pattern originally seen on Ravelry then Facebook.

  82. Laurel Dickey Says:

    I love so many of the patterns designed for Valley Ysrns. I would knit this Peacoat in plum – I saw the giveaway info on Facebook!

  83. Shauna Says:

    Ooh, nice plum for me saw this on Facebook

  84. Liz M Says:

    Saw this pattern first on Ravelry, but saw the giveaway in a Facebook post.

    The Berkshire color calling to me is Copper — something bright to counteract the winter blahs!

  85. Rachel R. Says:

    I’d love to say something wild and crazy, but I’m going to be practical and say Dark Gray Heather – that would match everything!

    I saw this post on your blog via Feedly!

  86. Joyce Ann Martin Says:

    Gorgeous!! I saw the pea coat in my feed from the WEBS Facebook page and only realized after getting here that it was a giveaway, how fun! While it would be so dashing and versatile in (42) Dark Gray Heather, I think it would be gorgeous in (21) Red Purple too…

  87. joanne Says:

    I heard about this giveaway on Facebook. I would love to knit this in mistletoe.

  88. Megan Says:

    I saw this posted on the Webs Facebook! I would love to knit one in cream, since I tend to stay away from that color, until lately! It would really be a nice classic color! :)

  89. Kathy Gourdin Says:

    I love the way the collar on this First Watch Peacoat fits against the neck in back. The two rows of buttons really “set off” the front. I’d love to knit this pattern…I’ve been looking for a jacket type knit to make. I live in Florida so I need to have a cardigan….not a pullover! Thank you for sharing this!

  90. Doris Olivos Says:

    I’d love to do it in the Navy like a traditional pea coat! – or maybe the dark teal for a little variety!

    Saw it on Facebook

  91. Ellen Says:

    This sweater reminds me of the one my grandmother knit for me when I was a kid. I would knit it in Blue Ming. Saw it on Facebook.

  92. Ruth Says:

    I saw the post on Facebook and I’d knit it in the Eggplant color.

  93. Julie S Says:

    First of all, I loved this pattern the moment I saw it on Ravelry. So, I was extremely excited to see the giveaway on FB! I think the medium grey heather is classic and wearable.

  94. Leann Says:

    Saw this on Facebook. Beautiful sweater! I would make in dark teal.

  95. Michelle S Says:

    I saw this post on Facebook. I would make this jacket in Navy.

  96. Dee Says:

    I saw this on Facebook and ordered the pattern. I think I would stay classic with dark gray heather.

  97. Ollie Says:

    I need this in dark grey heather. It has been a long time since I wore anything but a red peacoat.

  98. MAry Jane McCabe Says:

    I love this pattern. I would love to knit it in lime….the new color of the season. Think it would be cool in almost any color however.

  99. Maureen Says:

    I saw the contest on Webs Twitter account. I would choose the color “wine” to make this in. What a beautiful pattern…

  100. Susan devoe Says:

    I love when there is clear stitch definition I think blue to mimic the shoreline

  101. Susan Says:

    I saw the giveaway on Facebook today. When I saw the original post about the pattern, I immediately liked it on Ravelry. I would knit this in Hunter.

  102. Malinda Says:

    Saw this on Facebook and was looking for a sweater pattern. I’d make this using Berkshire in Stone Blue.

  103. Joan Siegel Says:

    I first read about this giveaway on Facebook on a post from Webs. I am hard pressed to choose between plum and burgundy! Either color would be gorgeous!

  104. Kate Says:

    Saw the giveaway on Twitter, would choose Eggplant to knit this up in, as I love everything purple!

  105. Ann Harries Says:

    I would love to make this in Navy …closest to the original peacoat. Saw the contest on your Facebook post.

  106. Tuesday Says:

    A navy PeaCoat would be fabulous. I saw this on webs yarn Facebook post

  107. Heather Says:

    Saw this on Facebook, and would love it in Wine!

  108. Susan Van Alyne Says:

    What an awesome sweater! I’d love to make it in Eggplant or Heather Gray. Thank you for the chance to win this yarn!!

  109. Twyla Says:

    Lovely pattern. I’d probably make it in Stone Blue, though the medium grey heather is a close second. I prefer more vivid colors, but would likely get the most wear from these. I saw a Facebook post about the giveaway.

  110. Ryan S Says:

    I saw it here on the blog. I keep it bookmarked and check in from time to time. I would make this in Gold. I could use some more warm colors in my closet.

  111. Caryn L Rizell Says:

    Love the pattern. Very Classic!

    I heard about this via Twitter. Stone Blue would be a great color to use.

  112. Debbie S Says:

    Blue Ming would be lovely! I saw your post about the giveaway on FB.

  113. Kris Says:

    I saw your post on Facebook about this giveaway. I love the stone blue color of Berkshire.

  114. Terry Burton Says:

    Love the pattern, but more than that I love the warmth mentioned in the blog! Considering the timeless nature of the sweater, I would use olive. I’ve never known a time that olive was out of style!

  115. Thanh To Says:

    I would love it In red, plum, blue, black or grey :)

  116. Eli Arendt Says:

    Dark Teal is the best. I saw this on facebook.

  117. Cathy Buchanan Says:

    I would knit this in Navy if I was chosen as the winner. I saw this on Facebook.

  118. erika kenn Says:

    Great pattern, I saw it on Facebook, would look spectacular in navy.

  119. Karen G Says:

    So many great colors. I’d probably choose one that goes with everything, like Navy or Dark Gray Heather or Brown Heather. I follow the WEBS blog on Feedly.

  120. Martie Kelley Says:

    Stone blue would go with everything!

  121. Diane S. Says:

    I would love to knit this in your Navy color! While my Pea Coat in the Navy was a rich black I love the idea of the Navy blue like my dress blue uniforms. I found out about the contest on your Facebook page.

  122. Kat Says:

    Saw this on Facebook.
    Gorgeous sweater! I would do it in lovely royal blue or awesome copper.

  123. Patricia Says:

    I saw the post on Facebook. I would have to make two sweaters. One in navy and one in #44.

  124. Shanan Says:

    I would love it in any shade of heather gray. 3 classic neutrals.

  125. Teresa Knittingdancer Says:

    Eggplant
    Saw it on Facebook

  126. Tessa Briggs Says:

    I LOVE THIS SWEATER! So gorgeous! I would try it in Red or purple.

  127. Michelle Says:

    I would love to knit this in dark teal.

    I found out about the giveaway through a post on Facebook.

  128. Sara Says:

    Oh beautiful and needed for the MidWest Winters!

  129. Kim Says:

    Got here via Facebook. I would use stone blue.

  130. Brenda Says:

    Would so totally make this in wine!!! Love the design.

  131. MelodyJ Says:

    I would like this in Navy. It’s perfect for a Pea Coat. I found out about the giveaway from this blog.

  132. Mikell Says:

    Beautiful sweater, I saw the contest on Facebook post. I would knit it in navy even though I secretly (not so much now

  133. LaNita Says:

    What a beautiful pattern! I would love to make this in Amethyst. I saw the contest on Facebook

  134. Melissa Says:

    I would knit this in Hunter! I saw it on your Facebook feed, which I love!!!

  135. Louise Burden Says:

    I love this pattern! Reminds me of my pea coat I had when I was a teenager many moons ago. I would use Stone Blue as my color choice. Thank you!

  136. Connie Nelson Says:

    Love Berkshire and Webs. This pattern would look great in so many colors. I’m leaning toward navy or eggplant.

  137. Kate Thomas Says:

    Saw this on FB. What a classic! I’d make it in Colonial Blue.

  138. Anne Says:

    I think I would use the gold…bold and bright for these endless cloudy winter days. I have followed WEBS forever, catalogue and then on FB and online. I even had the pleasure of visiting the store a few years ago. Yay, WEBS!!

  139. Beth Delaney Says:

    Love to make this in plum. I saw in on Facebook.

  140. Linda Says:

    Saw it on the Web Store FB post. Such a classic knit , it would never go out of style. So many beautiful colors…would probably knit this in either the Stone Blue or Medium Gray Heather. Decisions…..

  141. Erika Says:

    Oh that stone blue!! Love it! I saw this on WEBS Facebook page.

  142. Melissa Says:

    What a beautiful classic sweater that I saw on your Facebook post! I would make mine in unclassic Hunter green.

  143. Nancy Says:

    I LOVE this pattern and would have to make it up in Medium Grey.

  144. Kathy Says:

    This sweater is so stunning it needs a bright, stand out color – I knit it in lime.

  145. Stephanie Says:

    I saw this on Facebook and I think it would be stunning in red!

  146. Anna Says:

    Love, love, love this sweater. Have been meaning to knit something for myself (for once. It’s my New Years knitting resolution because I havent made anything for myself in years!) and put this pattern on the short list of what I will make myself after I saw this on Facebook.

    Not going to lie, would be nice to win the yarn for it in medium grey heather ;)

  147. Wendy Says:

    I love this pattern! I would love to be able to make this!

  148. Wendy Says:

    I would love this in Dark Gray Heather after seeing it on your FB page. Would definitely help me stay warm in snowy, western Maine! Maybe I should pick a bright color so rescuers can locate me in the snow drifts?!

  149. Jody Says:

    I need to make two of these because I want one in Navy, but it would also look great in plum or burgundy!

  150. Vivian Creigh Says:

    I would love to knit this for my daughter who is a little challenging to knit for.
    All the colors are great but I’d choose Chocolate. I saw this on my WEBs FB page.

  151. Susan M. Says:

    Great colors…. so hard to choose… but I choose delicious chocolate.

  152. Becca Wilson Says:

    I saw the link for this post on Facebook and immediate loved the sweater, the I saw that it was a giveaway and was so excited to enter. I would knit this sweater in dark grey heather, so that I could wear it as often as possible!

  153. Diana Moro Says:

    A Peacoat must be NAVY! What a great design. Definitely have to put this on my list.

  154. patty b Says:

    Came here from FaceBook. Pick Me!!!

  155. Elizabeth Benjamin Says:

    I saw this on my Facebook feed. I would love to make it in Royal Blue.

  156. Janice Meier Says:

    Love the pattern. Would make it in Navy. Saw this on Facebook. Good luck to all of us and thank you Webs.

  157. Tricia Says:

    With all those wonderful colors, it’s hard to choose, but I’d probably go with navy. That would be just awesome. I saw this giveaway on Facebook. Thank you for the chance to win!

  158. Pauline Says:

    Beautiful pattern! I read the blog regularly and also heard about it on the podcast. The Dark Teal colorway would be BEAUTIFUL!

  159. Vanessa Says:

    Stone blue…almost gray, but not quite!
    Saw this on the webs Facebook page.

  160. Kris Says:

    I love Lime and Valley Yarn Berkshire. I heard about this sweater on the blog and FB. Thanks for a chance. Kris

  161. Colleen Says:

    I love this design. Heard about the giveaway from Marie’s Instagram feed. I was already planning on knitting this sweater, and was torn between colors…I’d love to knit this up in Navy!

  162. Ali Says:

    I heard about this on Olive Knits instagram.
    I think it would be beautiful worked up in Red Purple.

  163. Anna Says:

    I saw this giveaway on Marie’s IG feed. I would love to give it go in Berkshire Teal!

  164. Diana Says:

    I would go with the color “Hunter” … I’m a green girl! Lovely design! I read about this on your blog thru my Feedly feed. :)

  165. Jen Says:

    I would use Navy – this yarn looks so lovely!

    I saw this contest on Olive Knits Instagram.

  166. Catherine Barnes Says:

    Love the design — it reminds me that I had a navy blue pea coat when I was a small child. I would choose Olive; I’m a green girl, too.

    I saw this in my Facebook feed.

  167. Francesca Says:

    I would choose the color Plum. It would look great on me! : )
    Saw the contest info on Facebook.

  168. Emily Says:

    I follow oliveknits on instagram and when I saw this sweater, I knew I had to make it. It will be my first sweater project and I plan to make it in dark gray heather.

  169. Ashley Says:

    Such a gorgeous pattern! I would knit it in navy like a classic pea coat. I came to this post via oliveknits’s instagram.

  170. Debbie Says:

    I follow oliveknits on Instagram and that’s where I heard about yiurbcibtest and first covered this pattern! I am torn between knitting it in my favorite color, Lime, or Turquoise, or something more traditional for a pea coat, like Navy (which happens to be a school color for my kids’ high school as well as my alma mater so it is maybe too practical!). When I win I will be too happy to be practical so I will probably pick Lime!!

  171. Debbie Says:

    I follow oliveknits on Instagram and that’s where I heard about your giveaway and first coveted this pattern! I am torn between knitting it in my favorite color, Lime, or Turquoise, or something more traditional for a pea coat, like Navy (which happens to be a school color for my kids’ high school as well as my alma mater so it is maybe too practical!). When I win I will be too happy to be practical so I will probably pick Lime!!

  172. Shirley Says:

    I already bought the pattern and am taking a class with Marie. It would a hat trick to score some beautiful Berkshire in Wine.
    Thank you.

  173. Shirley Says:

    Oh yes, I saw the contest on Marie’s IG feed.
    Thanks.

  174. Claudia de Nesnera Says:

    I follow Marie on Instagram and I heard about both the pattern and the giveaway from her. I would love to knit this in Medium Grey Heather, a classic color for a timeless knit.

  175. Amanda Rafferty Says:

    I love the name of this pattern, and I would love to knit it in Olive! Beautiful pattern that looks cozy, functional and timeless. Oh and, pick me pick me pick me!!!!

  176. Lisa Says:

    I saw this contest from Webs post on Facebook. I would choose the medium grey heather color.

  177. Carlee Says:

    I saw this on the Olive Knits Facebook page. I would love to knit this fabulous design in dark grey heather (although all those colours are fabulous!)

  178. Toffe Says:

    I like the light gray Heather, great sweater, and lovely yarn!
    I cross my fingers ;)

  179. Katie G Says:

    Heard about this on IG. I’d love to make it in dark gray heather. Thanks!

  180. Sherri Bero Says:

    I would have to stay Stone Blue, but it appears out of stock, so second choice would be dark grey heather! Looks gorgeous! Thank you for the chance!

  181. M Suzanne Kowalski Says:

    I would love to knit this coat in Colonial Blue or Navy. I saw this posted on Facebook. What a nice giveaway!

  182. WH Says:

    Definitely the light gray Heather. I saw this contest posted on Instagram! I can’t wait to start the project.

  183. Adriana Says:

    Hi there, I saw your post on Twitter, and after checking out your yarn, I would love to use the color “wine” it is a gorgeous shade.

  184. Barbara Says:

    Saw this on the Webs Facebook page. What a beautiful pattern. Thanks for the chance to win. I’d love to create this sweater jacket out of eggplant.

  185. Joyce Says:

    I heard about this giveaway from @oliveknits on IG :) such a classic sweater! I would knit it out of Stone Blue or Medium Gray Heather.

  186. Aimee Keithan Says:

    I loved this pattern when I first saw it on Marie’s IG account, and I found out about the giveaway from her. Although I’m tempted to be splashy, I think the classic design of this jacket would really be complemented by the variegated neutrality of the dark grey heather. Thanks for the chance to win!

  187. Tanya Says:

    I’ve had my eye on this since I saw the pattern and giveaway on Marie’s Instagram account. I am smitten!

    I would make this in Stone Blue, as it reminds me of a sweater that I wore daily (and wore out), and would be a sophisticated and versatile wardrobe piece.

  188. Joanna Gardner Says:

    I saw this on the designer’s Instagram. I would love it in stone blue!

  189. Jill Fauble Says:

    I heard about this from Marie in her ravelry group. I would love to knit this great peacoat in dark gray heather.

  190. Aubri Says:

    I saw this on the WEBS Facebook page!! I would knit mine up in Navy. So classic! Another smash hit from Marie!!!

  191. Marie Stephany Says:

    I would use Olive. I saw this in a tweet.

  192. Amy Caulkins Says:

    I saw it on Marie’s IG! Will be making it in dark gray heather. Such a great yarn/pattern pairing!

  193. Rhonda Coppin Says:

    I heard about this on Olive knits Facebook. I love Marie’s patterns. I would knit this in dark heather gray.

  194. Brittney W Mmutle Says:

    I would love this in a light grey heather. There’s just something about a good peacoat!

  195. Astrid Says:

    Count me in, even though button placement is not exactly my strength!

  196. Traci schanewolf Says:

    I saw this through your Facebook page. I love the simple lines of this, and would prefer to knit it in the dark grey heather colorway. Thank you!!

  197. Mary M Says:

    I follow Oliveknits on Instagram which is where I first saw this lovely pattern. I would knit it in the Wine colorway. Yum!

  198. Sue Says:

    Dark Grey Heather would be my choice for this pea coat – saw it on IG & loved the look

  199. Moe Says:

    This is a great pattern would love to make it for my teen in the plum for dark gray. very cool!!! Just Love it. feeling lucky!

  200. Mary Cooper Says:

    I first saw this pattern on Olive Knits Instagram account. I fell in love with it and also many of her other patterns – beautiful! I would make it in color 43 Medium Gray.

  201. Patricia Carroll Says:

    I love Marie’s designs, I heard about this fabulous giveaway on her Instagram account. I have knit from her patterns before. I would love a sweater in Parakeet- a green that would make me happy every time I put it on.

  202. Natalie Says:

    I would choose red for this classic sweater! Saw it on Facebook.

  203. Karissa Says:

    I would do navy, so gorgeous.

    I read about this on Instagram through oliveknits.

  204. Analisa Gedge Says:

    I would love to try this in Navy.

    I saw this on Oliveknits Instagram.

  205. Maureen Says:

    I love the classic look and updated color choices! Portable is just an added benefit. Love this in wine

  206. Karen Says:

    I think this pea coat would be lovely knit in #30, Blue Ming. I saw this posting on Facebook and said, Gotta Have It!! So will wait to see if I am lucky, or if I should order

  207. Cheryle Says:

    I saw this on your FB page. Beautiful style jacket. I would make it in Light Grey Heather.

  208. Johanna Says:

    I would love to knit it in navy. What an amazing pattern. And I heard via Facebook.

  209. Nancy Says:

    I saw this giveaway on one of Marie Greene’s Ravelry forums. I’ve already purchased the pattern. I think I would like to make this in the color “Olive.”

    Just one question: Does “win a full sweater quantity” of the yarn mean enough to do it in whatever size you need? I need the largest size, so would need the most yarn. Just curious as to whether I might have to buy some to have enough to complete the peacoat.

  210. Bonnie Faville Says:

    I LOVE the dark gray heather!! I saw this giveaway on Marie’s facebook page:)

  211. Suzy Sholar Says:

    I heard about this on Facebook from the designer herself, whom I have the pleasure of knowing personally. My go-to color is Periwinkle, although Plum looks lovely too. It would be a toss up for me! ☺️

  212. Diana Says:

    Lovely sweater that I would knit in dark gray heather or mistletoe for something different.

  213. Sharon Says:

    I heard about this on Instagram Olive knits. My color of choice is dark teal! –If I had to choose just one!

  214. Gail Says:

    My colour choice would be DARK TEAL ….. I saw this giveaway on “oliveknits” Instagram page.

  215. Joey Says:

    Aubergine or dark cranberry red

  216. Heather Lott Says:

    Definitely Blue Ming…what a fantastic teal color!!!

  217. Mary Anne Says:

    wine, light pink or the classic navy

  218. Emilia Says:

    Caught my eye on Facebook! I would love to knit it in navy and then never take it off… hehe

  219. Emily Says:

    I would love to make this in dark gray heather. I follow oliveknits on instagram and learned about the giveaway there.

  220. Monica Says:

    I am torn between eggplant and dark teal, but leaning towards dark teal.

  221. Stephanie A Warren Says:

    I always wear black or grey, so I desperately need to bring warmer neutrals into my wardrobe. I think this would look absolutely look fantastic in Navy or Dark Brown Heather… I haven’t quite decided if I’d want this in a dark blue or a dark brown! Decisions, decisions.

    This knit caught my eye because I follow OliveKnits on Instagram!

  222. Susie Powell Says:

    Just bought this pattern yesterday would love to win yarn to start this wonderful sweater

  223. marijka Says:

    I love OLIVE! Saw the announcement on your Facebook post. Thanks for the generous giveaway! :-)

  224. trish Says:

    I would love to win. Color anything from light gray to black.

  225. Dana Antaya-Moore Says:

    Classic navy. Saw the original post on Instagram and fell in love with the sweater even before reading about the giveaway.

  226. Linda Wilson Says:

    This yarn is lovely, so many great colors to choose from, also very nice pea coat pattern.

  227. Myra Says:

    I want to knit this in dark teal. I saw this giveaway on oliveknits instagram.

  228. Jessica Says:

    This is such a beautiful pattern! I would love to give it a try in the Wine color.

  229. Jessica Says:

    I’d love to do thus in the wine color. I saw this through Marie Greene on Facebook.

  230. Anu Says:

    I would knit this beautiful pea coat in charcoal gray or black because my oldest knit is dark gray and it is starting to disintegrate beyond repair. I’ve been auditing patterns and the pea coat is in the first lineup together with lopi cardigan and a few others :)

    Read about giveaway on instagram, feed by oliveknits.

  231. Connie Kline Says:

    I think this would be beautiful in Dark Grey Heather – so classic. I check the Webs blog occasionally and was lucky enough to check in time for this great giveaway!

  232. Janice Opalski Says:

    Such a hard choice but I would love to have the medium gray. I think with pewter buttons it will be a stunning cardigan.

  233. Janice Opalski Says:

    EDIT: forgot to add that I saw this giveaway on facebook

  234. Anne Says:

    Turquoise. No, Amethyst! NO! Royal!. Yeah, royal. And I follow the RSS feed using Feedly. That’s where I found this giveaway.

  235. Jennifer Says:

    Cute sweater! I would knit it in Wine, as I think this pattern would make a fab fall sweater. I follow the blog using Feedly.

  236. Tammy K Says:

    I would love to make it in Dark Teal. I saw the giveaway while browsing the bog.

  237. Julia Rosalinda de Boer Says:

    I love the Wine colour! Saw this at Oliveknit’s instagram

  238. Angie Fiack Says:

    I saw this on Sweetie’s Sweeps.com. My color of choice would a medium gray Heather. Thanks, it’s a beautiful pattern.

  239. Stacie Nerdahl Says:

    I saw this TWICE in my newsfeed and think it is a classic pattern. I think I would knit this in a gray heather because it would be a great neutral and also look great with jeans. But then again, a beautiful wine colored sweater would also look great! Decisions…

  240. Cassandra D. Says:

    I saw this on Facebook. I love the color: Hunter.

  241. Patsy Coats Says:

    Stone Blue, saw on Facebook

  242. Rachel Says:

    I’d love to knit this sweater in Dark Teal. I saw this giveaway on facebook.

  243. Marie Deitz Says:

    I would love it in Navy as an original Peacoat should be.

  244. Rachel Says:

    Love this coat! Have it on my to-do list.

  245. Gillian Lay Says:

    I’d love to knit this cardigan in dark teal! Saw this giveaway on Marie’s ravelry page:-))

  246. Elaine B. Says:

    Many beautiful colors. It has taken me a day to decide. I choose The dark Brown Heather. Thanks for the opportunity.

  247. Julie Anderson Says:

    I saw this on Marie’s Instagram. Love the look and the yarn. I would like to knit it in Royal! It would look marvelous

  248. jessica marinaccio Says:

    Web yarns page – I would do Olive Green pea coat

  249. Sheri Says:

    I would knit this in Navy. I saw this contest on Marie’s Ravelry thread.

  250. Melanie Huttner Says:

    Love the dark teal color! I heard about the giveaway from my friend! :)

  251. Joy Says:

    I would knit this in Hunter, my favorite green color. I saw the contest on the WEBS blog.

  252. Roberta Hrubeic Says:

    I first saw this on the Webs Instagram , Now I follow Marie on raverley and Insta. the navy would be my choice >>

  253. monique s Says:

    I would choose a dark green like a hunter green or pine green

  254. Denice D. Says:

    I want the color copper and I saw about this on Instagram

  255. Christi DeRouen Says:

    I would like yellow. I heard about the giveaway from Sweeties Sweeps

  256. Kim Says:

    Thank you for offering this great giveaway! I would like to use the Eggplant, Navy, or Cream colored yarns if I won (it’s so hard to choose!) I heard about this giveaway online. Thanks!

  257. Laura Pierce Says:

    I would pick the color rose and I saw this giveaway on sweetiesweeps.

  258. Marie Deroy Says:

    Great addition to anyones wardrobe! Saw this on Facebook…Mediium gray Heather please!

  259. Lindsey Hebblethwaite Says:

    I love so many colours but I think I would go with the Olive colour for this one :) I found this post on my news feed from the WEBS Facebook page :)

  260. Rosanne Says:

    I’d like to have it in Plum. I heard about it from Sweeties

  261. Cathi Schlosser Says:

    I would love to make this pea coat in black. I’ve been staring at the pattern on Instagram all week! Read about the giveaway on the Webs blog.

  262. Romy Says:

    My current go to colour would be navy. Bought the pattern the day it got live on ravelry and mulling overy colour ever since. Heard about the giveaway via the olive knits newsletter

  263. Wendy Brokaw Says:

    I want to make it in the dark heather grey first. Can’t imagine stopping at just one. I learned abou it from the Olive Knits newsletter, and learned my Knit Night friends all saw it there as well. It was the talk of the evening.

  264. Wendy Brokaw Says:

    Meant to say I learned about the giveaway from Olive Knits as well.

  265. Jenny Lee Says:

    Heard about this from Olive Knits newsletter and would love to knit this up in Navy!

  266. Jennifer Fleck Says:

    I’d love to make this in eggplant. I heard about the giveaway over on Olive Knits Instagram feed.

    Thanks!

  267. Amy Jones Says:

    My first thought was gray or even black, but the reality is plum. What is better than color when it is so cold.

  268. Jennifer Says:

    I follow this talented designer on Instagram and so appreciate her unique details. I would make this sweater in a light pastel blue because it evokes “icy” but also cozy. That sweater would be so warm!

  269. Ronni Says:

    I saw this giveaway on Oliveknits Instagram post. Beautiful sweater I immediately was drawn to the Mistletoe color.

  270. Cara Says:

    I love the plum color! I heard about the giveaway from Olive Knits newsletter :)

  271. Sue Says:

    I found out about the giveaway from Marie’s newsletter. I love this pattern, and would like to knit it in the plum color. Thank you!

  272. Dayna Harris Says:

    I also learned of this giveaway from Marie’s newsletter. I thimk this “pea coat” would be smashing in dark teal!

  273. cindy seiple Says:

    I love any shade of blue. I found this on sweepstakes advantage. Thanks

  274. Allison McKenzie Says:

    I am fortunate to know Marie and see the fine quality of her designs first hand!
    I would love to make this pattern in Mistletoe.
    Thank you

  275. Stephanie Says:

    I love this sweater. I would make it in line. I first learned of this sweater and giveaway through the the oliveknits newsletter

  276. Denise P Says:

    I would use Dark Grey Heather for this gorgeous pattern. Heard about this on sweeties sweeps.

  277. Rachel McKinney Says:

    I would use Blue Stone. Follow the blog on my Rss feed catcher. Love the look of this coat.

  278. Michelle P. Says:

    A dark purple would be awesome! Saw it on sweepstakes advantage!

  279. Andrea B Says:

    I’d go with non-traditional Lime!

  280. Cindy Liesinger Says:

    I would use Olive. I read Marie’s blog and clicked on the link. I also saw pics on Instagram.

  281. Mitzi Gligorea Says:

    I am excited to knit the First Watch sweater using Dark Teal. I found out about the givaway from Olive Knits newsletter. I am taking a class with Marie in Kent in February. I f

  282. Maria Says:

    I saw the giveaway on ravelry. I’d go with turquoise. I love wearing bright colors in the winter grey

  283. Claudia Says:

    I’ve seen this pattern on Instagram and found out about the contest from Olive Knits (although I also get the WEBS emails), and the colour I’d choose is…olive! Not only do I think it’s a nice alternative to black or brown, I think the name is fitting.

  284. Piroska Says:

    Gorgeous! I would love it in Amethyst! I saw it on Oliveknits Instagram.

  285. Eileen Says:

    I saw this beautiful sweater in Marie’s Olive newsletter and wanted to make it right away! I would choose Blue Ming color, I believe it would be stunning!

  286. Ronnie Says:

    I would make this in the Dark Teal. I love this yarn, it works up so beautifully. Thank you for the opportunity to win such a beautiful pattern and such wonderful wool.

  287. Hilary Says:

    I would use the medium gray heather to make a cozy, versatile outer layer.

  288. LeeAnn Says:

    I saw this at Sweetie’s Sweeps website. I would love to make this in the color wine! Such a rich, beautiful color!

  289. Kate Says:

    My winter coat is a gorgeous deep purple pea coat. I think a bright red sweater version would be marvelous – burgundy looks perfect.

    I subscribe to this blog in my RSS feed.

  290. Cj Says:

    Stone blue. Though I love neutrals I think the stone blue would look nice with most combinations and add a touch of color to my otherwise monotone wardrobe.

  291. Bobbye Pearson Says:

    I have some great boots to go with this! I would choose the coffee bean, think it would go good with alot of things. I saw this on the blog.yarn,com site

  292. Ruthie Says:

    I think this would look great in Navy! I saw it on Ravelry.

  293. Nadine L. Says:

    I read about this giveaway on the WEBS blog.

    The color I would choose is the gorgeous Parakeet!

  294. Kelly Freeman Says:

    I would use light blue. I heard about the giveaway from a friend.

  295. Ashley Richey Says:

    I would pick a grey or black color! I found this on Pinterest.

  296. April F. Says:

    I heard about the giveaway because I follow the posts on the Berocco blog. I would love to knit this up in either “copper” or “plum”.

  297. April F Says:

    Edit blog- I follow the Webs yarn store blog. That is where I learned of the giveaway.

  298. Ginny Says:

    I love the pattern and I love Berkshire yarn. What a great combination. I am thinking wine or plum color would brighten up my winter wear. I saw this on the WEBS blog.

  299. Deidre Corbet Says:

    What a classic design! I would love to knit this in the eggplant colorway. the first place I saw this design was on my Facebook feed but I don’t remember who shared it,then I saw it on your blog post. Thanks for a chance to win the yarn!

  300. Heather Sebastian Says:

    Ooooh LA LA! I would choose Medium Gray Heather and found via this blog. Happy New Year! Cheers!
    xoxo

  301. Naomi Bennett Says:

    I saw this giveaway on your Facebook page. I’ve been buying a lot from Webs, but just now now connecting with your social media. I would love this in coffee bean! Such a nice brown.

  302. Melissa Says:

    Hi I learned about this offer from the designers newsletter. But the color selection has take great considerations since there are so many great colors. But I have finally determined that Coffee Bean is the perfect color for me.

  303. Mimi Says:

    I would love this in the orange color!

  304. Bobbie Says:

    I’d love this in light blue. I first saw it on Facebook.

  305. Jane Berry Says:

    I saw this on Facebook…

    I would use Blue Ming… a nice marine blue for this adorable sweater…

  306. Sarah Says:

    I heard about the giveaway via the Webs Facebook page. I’d love to knit this in Gold!

  307. Jen Says:

    I saw this on a Facebook ad, and LOVE the pattern. I was originally thinking a neutral, but then I saw the lovely Rose color and figured why not be colorful ! Thanks for the awesome giveaway opportunity.

  308. Megan Says:

    I would use the Dark Heathered Gray for the watch coat. It would look super classic. I heard about the giveaway on Facebook

  309. Michelle Says:

    I saw this as a link on Facebook. I would love to knit one in colonial blue!

  310. Lisa Says:

    I’d love this in grey or dark blue. I heard about this giveaway on Web’s FB page.

  311. Linda Quick Says:

    Seen in my FB feed. Periwinkle; because if it’s cold enough to wear such a warm jacket, I need a happy color.

  312. ikkinlala Says:

    I would choose Dark Gray Heather, and I found out about this through the WEBS blog.

  313. Karen Says:

    I’d knit it in dark teal. I saw the giveaway on Facebook, but have been drooling over the sweater since seeing it in instagram

  314. Jessica Says:

    Classic Navy! Saw this on Facebook on the Webs page :)

  315. Lisa N Says:

    Saw this on Facebook and love it! I would absolutely go for either red or wine to make it a statement piece whenever I wore it.

  316. Amy Carlisle Says:

    I saw this on Facebook, and it looks like a lovely, warm pattern. I like the dark gray heather, it would go with everything.

  317. Laure Trimmer Says:

    I saw this on Facebook and it’s the perfect sweater! Classic Navy for me – it would go with everything :-)

  318. Mel Smith Says:

    I saw this in the WEBS newsletter. I had a hard time picking a color as they’re all so pretty,but I finally settled on Lime. :)

  319. Karen Lubeck Says:

    I saw this contest and pattern on Facebook. I would use Copper yarn to make this stunning jacket.

  320. Penny Reese Says:

    So many choices! I would go with the dark charcoal. It is a beautiful sweater

  321. Allison M Says:

    I’d love to make this in Blue Ming! Thanks for the chance; I found it on Facebook.

  322. Christina Says:

    I saw this offer on the WEBS blog on FB. I would love to have a chance to knit this beautiful sweater in Ming Blue.

  323. Terri Bergandi Says:

    I saw this on a Facebook post and was immediately drawn to the design. There are some great color choices and I gravitate towards the Dark Teal or the Red Purple. Again great pattern!

  324. Amy Says:

    I love this sweater! I’d use dark gray or chocolate.

  325. Vanessa Clutter Says:

    Navy please. I love sweater patterns written by Marie ♥ I found this on my Facebook newsfeed. ♥

  326. Lori J. Thorne Says:

    I saw the contest on Facebook and knew that I would have to enter it! I love the look of pea coats and I would knit mine in either gun metal grey or navy blue! Probably in Navy blue in honor of my Daddy because he was a Navy Veteran!

    Thanks for this contest and I really hope that I win!

  327. Cheryl Says:

    Follow the Webs blog in my reader and saw this there. I would knit the sweater I eggplant! Something outside of my usual blue or black!

  328. Venice Smith Says:

    I just saw this on Facebook! I don’t know how I missed it before. I’d use the classic Navy (although I confess that red is very tempting).

  329. Nancy Says:

    I found this on Facebook and I love all the colors but always go to blue so the Stone Blue would be my pick. Great giveaway!

  330. Nancy Swern Says:

    Navy would be good, but medium gray heather would be good too! Guess I will make up my mind which one if I win!

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  331. Nancy Swern Says:

    Oops, forgot to say that I found it on Facebook!

  332. Robin Phillips Says:

    I saw this on Facebook and would love it in Parakeet colorway.

  333. K. Foley Says:

    I SAW THIS ON THE WEBS FB site and would like to attempt it in Turquoise to brighten up the grey PNW Winter!

  334. noallatin Says:

    I saw this on the WEBS blog. I would knit this in Ming Blue.

  335. Amy Meunier Says:

    Oh this is lovely! I saw it on Facebook and would love to make it in Colonial Blue. :-)

  336. Persis Says:

    Saw the giveaway on Facebook. I would pick medium gray heather.

  337. Kathy Cassada Says:

    I would love to make this with medium gray Heather or navy. I saw the article on facebook and Web site.

  338. Helana Callard Says:

    Saw this on Ravelry. Would do it in Navy.

  339. Kathryn Smith Says:

    Saw this on Facebook. I would knit in Coffee Bean

  340. joyce hancock Says:

    I saw the announcement about the giveaway on the WEBS blog. I would love to win Berkshire in Dark Teal.

  341. l. kawakami Says:

    There ARE so many wonderful colours to choose from! I would either make this in cream, dark teal, dark gray heather or medium gray heather. I found this on Facebook. Thank you for this opportunity!

  342. Becky Says:

    How could I choose any color but Navy for this gorgeous pea coat!

  343. Becky Says:

    Previous post. I forgot to mention I saw this contest in Facebook. I was at the Webs store this week!

  344. Kelley Roach Says:

    I love the gold color,

  345. Cheri Bumpus Says:

    I would so love to knit this in light gray heather. I saw this on Facebook.

  346. Nancy Haffner Says:

    I saw this first on Facebook. I would love to knit it in Dark Teal – an interesting take on classic pea coat blue.

  347. Maranda H. Says:

    I would probably pick Capri since that’s my favorite color. I heard about the giveaway via a WEBS Facebook post.

  348. Kathy Johnson Says:

    I saw this on the WEBS Facebook page. I would like the Pumpkin color. Bright and cheerful.

  349. Yelena Says:

    Light grey heather my closet is a 50 shades of grey. LoL.

  350. Tiffany Archie Says:

    I heard about this on a Facebook post. I would love to make this in a rich purple. It would love ok so amazing!

  351. KnitterKitter Says:

    Found this on the WEBS Facebook page.

    I’d use Lime. What a gorgeous green!

  352. Lisa Says:

    After I saw this gorgeous pattern on your Facebook post, I had to get a closer look!
    I feel like it would look so classy in Navy! Something about a navy peacoat always looks so timeless, and this would be such a nice new take! (And I’d get to find some fun buttons too!!)

  353. Brianna Akins Says:

    I found thos contest on facebook, and I would use the color amythest!!

  354. Kristie Mazzoni Says:

    I saw the contest in my Facebook feed. I would make it in Navy. I already have a black and a red coat.

  355. Melissa Says:

    What a beautiful pattern! I saw it on the WEBS blog. If given the chance, I would make it in Wine. Who doesn’t need more wine in their lives?

  356. Helen King Says:

    I would make mine in Medium Grey Heather! I heard about this contest on FB.

  357. Janene Says:

    Dark teal or copper!

  358. Catherine Trouth Says:

    I would love to knit this in coffee bean. I saw the contest on my facebook page (of course I follow WEBS on facebook–I would follow you all anywhere!)

  359. Angela Rick Says:

    What a beautiful sweater! I found this on facebook and I’m absolutely smitten with the pattern. So lovely! Fingers crossed for all.

  360. Dee Says:

    Saw Giveaway on my Facebook page. Color – Berkshire Olive

  361. Candace Galan Says:

    I think I would use plum and I found this giveaway from a friend’s facebook post.

  362. Wendi Neill Says:

    I saw this giveaway on Facebook. I would love the eggplant colour. It’s a beautiful sweater

  363. Wendy Guindon Says:

    I learned about the contest from the Olive Knits newsletter on email. I would love to knit this sweater in Navy. Thank you for the chance to win the yarn through this contest.

  364. Kathleen Kelm Says:

    I would love to make this in plum. I saw it on Facebook.

  365. Kelly Freeman Says:

    I would use blue. I heard about the giveaway from a friend .

  366. Julie Moon Says:

    I would use eggplant. Heard about it from Facebook.

  367. Willi Says:

    IT is difficult to choose but I would choose Eggplant. I saw the contest on Facebook.

  368. Beth Finnimore Says:

    Beautiful colors in this line but the dark gray heather would be my choice. I learned about the contest on a yarn sweepstakes site that I get email updates from.

  369. Audra T. Russell Says:

    I saw this pattern in the WEBS yarn blog and I bookmarked it in Ravelry. The dark purple yarn is what I wishlisted to knit it with. I have a peacoat and love the peacoat style. This sweater just screams my name! I hope I win, but if I don’t, I am still going to knit this baby up in February!!

  370. Grecos Says:

    I love Dark Gray Heather, it would be a great choice for the peacot jacket!

  371. Caroline Pasyanos Says:

    I saw this on the Webs facebook page. The simple but sleek and timeless design caught my eye right away. I would knit this in Berkshire’s lime colorway – I love lime green!

  372. Kimberly L Says:

    I would use Navy. I saw your giveaway listed on Sweeties Sweepstakes.

  373. Teresa D Says:

    I learned about this through Facebook. What a lovely sweater – very classic lines. I would knit this in plum. Love it!

  374. Rebecca Says:

    I subscribe to this blog via an RSS feed!

    I’m torn between wanting to make it in light gray heather (so it goes with everything) or eggplant (because I love deep purples).

  375. Elissa Says:

    I saw this on the WEBS blog. I would like to knit this in lime.

  376. Karen Says:

    I’d love one in dark gray heather! So pretty! I saw this giveaway on Sweeties Sweeps.

  377. martha donley Says:

    I am not usually drawn to reds but I would love the peacoat in #16 Burgundy

  378. Beverly Says:

    Stone Blue is my color choice. WEBS posted this on Facebook yesterday, which says today is the last day to enter. But the article above says last day is January 15???

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