The Yarnologue

100,000 Fans Giveaway! (Jan 22-Jan 24, 2013)

Over the weekend we clocked 100,000 fans on our Facebook page! And we’re still going strong.

In the immortal, and misquoted, words of Sally Field, “You like us! You really like us!”

Of course, we’ve known all along that you like us.

We see your projects made from our yarns and patterns on Ravelry, your blogs, Flickr, and other online outlets.

The local yarn store owners we supply tell us how much your love the yarns and patterns we distribute and tell us about the great projects you make.

Still, there is something exciting about know that over 100,000 knitters and crocheters want to connect with us on Facebook. We have fun sharing our news with you and your responses often make us smile and laugh, or bring a tear to our eye.

To show our appreciation for inviting us into your news feed, the boss says we can have a giveaway! (Open to US residents, void where prohibited.)

We’ve put together a bundle of books highlighting the designers we work with.

Debbie Bliss Angel Prints features patterns using the yarn of the same name.

Elsebeth Lavold Book #25-The Past Into the Present Collection features women’s garments using her Silky Wool, Silky Wool XL, and Tweedy Wool, among others.

The Ella Rae Lace Merino Chunky book features patterns for men and women using the yarn of the same name.

The Euro Baby Baby Speckled book features designs by Ella Rae using Babe yarn.

The Juniper Moon Farm Herriot book features sweaters and accessories in stripes and colorwork using the yarn of the same name.

Louisa Harding’s Mister Magpie book features her signature feminine patterns using Simonetta, Nerissa, and Grace Hand Dyed yarns, among others.

Mirasol Book #30 features designs by Claudia Wersing highlighting the yarns Miski, Sulka, and Ushya.

The Noro Passion book features knit AND crochet designs by Jane Ellison. Yarns used include Haniwa, Kirara, and Mossa.

To Enter

Leave a comment on this blog post between January 22, 2013 and January 24, 2013 telling us what you like about our Facebook and blogging efforts, what you want to see more of, or just a happy message about how awesome yarn is.

When the system asks you to sign in, please be sure to use your real email address that you actually check. This is the main way I’ll be contacting the winners!

The giveaway is open to US residents and is void where prohibited.


Grand Prize: One winner (1) will receive one (1) copy of each of the 8 books highlighted above and one (1) ball of yarn to go with each book. (To put it another way, that’s 8 books and 8 balls of yarn)

Second Prize: Ten winners (10) will each receive one (1) copy of each of the 8 books highlighted.  (8 books)

Third Prize: Twelve (12) winners will each receive one (1) copy of one of the books highlighted. (1 book)

That’s 23 lucky people in all! Good luck, and remember to tell your friends!


  1. I love this blog just pinned it so I won’t have to look for it in my blog folder. Thanks

  2. It’s great what you’re doing on facebook. I really enjoy it.

  3. I’m new around here so I’m excited to dig in and learn more! I’ve only been knitting for a few months and my local knitting shop calls me “Wonder Woman”. I’m absolutely LOVING the cardigan on the front of the Noro Passion book so I just might have to make that for myself since I just made my daughter a cute cardigan! Congrats on 100,000!

  4. I love all the pics of new projects. Keeps the creative juices flowing!

  5. Yarn is a sensuous delight for me. I enjoy the many different photos you share particularly the old art works and the fashions too.Appreciated too are the links for knitting hints. In my eyes your postings are a joy. Thank you very much for all that you do. <3

  6. Yarn….it’s what you knit with and I am having so much fun getting back into it.

  7. I love all things fiber related.. if you can’t tell by user name 🙂

  8. I love the wonderful patterns and the yarn you show case on FB i check it out all of the time.. haven’t done much knitting but i really want to do more.. Thanks of all of the wonderful inspirations..

  9. I really like all the patterns of wonderful items you post. It’s really inspiring and gets me off facebook and back to my knitting!

  10. Hi, congrats on making all the “Likes”. Love your blog and all of the ideas and different yarns. I am a new learner of knitting and have found lots of useful info on here to help me make progress. Thx

  11. Since having rediscovered knitting from my childhood, I have been so excited to hook up ( no pun intended) with other knitters and have been able to use patterns from your site. I often feel as though my grandmother’s spirit is with me as I knit ( since she was my original teacher). My two little grandsons are also VERY happy with the things I have knitted for them. Thanks for being such a valuable resource.

  12. I love knitting and crochet. It is my me time, and I look forward to it everyday. I like making gifts. I would like to see on this site more postings of how to make simple knits with bulky yarn.

  13. This has to be one of my all time favorite knitting sites. I have found countless patterns that I love, some I actually use (too many patterns, too little time!) and wonderful yarn I can use for projects.

  14. I LOVE it when your posts show up in my news feed! Anything beautiful and made of yarn brightens my day! Your posts always deliver that! I love the inspiration! Keep up the good work! We’d miss you if you didn’t! 🙂

  15. Every day your showcase on FB presents a new pattern and/or yarn that I didn’t know about previously. Thank you so much for the inspiration to add to my list of things to knit!

  16. Andrea Cumbie Boutwell

    January 22, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    I love this, I have found so many wonderful things to make! Thank you!

  17. I look forward to seeing your posts on Facebook every day. You always share the most beautiful and unique patterns. I am an avid follower. Keep up the wonderful work!

  18. I love the knitting inspiration I receive in your posts!!!

  19. I really love the patterns and pictures that you post on Facebook. It gives me inspiration on items I could make myself. I’m a beginner teen knitter and I’m really starting to get addicted to it! Also the yarns you post….are like candy!! haha!

  20. Your patterns highlight great choices for compatible yarns. Scrolling through motivates me to learn more as well as explore a wide variety of yarns available.

  21. I love seeing your facebook feeds on my page. It really brightens my day.

  22. I love the diversity of this page. Always something new and different!

  23. love getting some free patterns and just to see others ideas and advise is always a help

  24. I love all the funny things you post about knitting and the wonderful ideas. You’re one of the only knit pages I follow on Facebook and I’m glad that I have! Looking forward to 100,000 more!!!

  25. I don’t usually comment, here or on fb, but I love the links you post on facebook! I shared one just today, as a matter of fact (the one from the Vogue knitting conference). You always have interesting and informative posts, both on the blog and on facebook, that I look forward to seeing. I’ve been knitting for a bit over 20 years, off and on, and y’all have helped me improve my technique as well as introduced me to new patterns and methods. Thanks for what you do! (And I’d love to win, by the way!)

  26. I really like to see the variety of patterns, and some of the beautiful yarn I dream of someday trying. I definetly passed this on! Congratulations!

  27. I love seeing the tempting new patterns from Noro and Debbie Bliss on my facebook feed. And I love contests.

  28. I Love that you just keep them coming….I work full time and can’t be online all the time so I Love that whenever I do get online, I can find something that you guys posted!! Thank You for all your hard work!!!

  29. I enjoy all the pretty pictures of finished projects & the new patterns coming out from your designers.

  30. Since I am a “home maker” I have been checking your blog at least 2x’s a day, just in case I missed something. It has motivated me to try new things with my knitting, beyond the “basics”.

  31. I love the ideas you share in the feed

  32. I like the patterns and updates on yarns. It keeps me knitting new things. Love it.

  33. When all else fails to make me smile. I click onto 5he Knitting Fever site and blog. Yarn brightens my day.

  34. I just love the patterns you post. They just make we want to grab my knitting needles and go!

  35. Looks like an awesome giveaway! put my name in the pot, please!

  36. I love to see the new patterns and yarn ideas. Would love to win.

  37. I love to have the beautiful pictures of knitting & yarn pop up on my FB page. It feels like little sparks of inspiration throughout my day! Thanks!

  38. Your blog and FB page give me inspiration for new ideas, yarns, and patterns. Thank you. Keep it coming!

  39. Like the mix of tips and inspiration. Nice plus that I found out that I was one of the knitters at the Fashion show on the BuzzFeed blog from your post tonight : )

  40. You always post something different, lots of ideas, beautiful patterns and, or course, YARN!!

  41. I haven’t been knitting for very long and I cannot believe that it took me 55 years to learn this art of knitting .
    I love love love the patterns and the yarns. I hope that I win one of the prizes you are giving away, I made myself a promise last year that every payday I would buy a book on knitting.

  42. I really love when I scroll through my time line on Facebook and come across one of your posts. The posts get my mind racing and my imagination moving. Thank you for being there for us.

  43. Yarn is the most awesome thing ever invented. It is a natural stress reducer and is totally awesome. I love you post and all the designs.

  44. I am learning on my own and I am just so thrill with all of your beautiful patterns <3

  45. I love looking at all the new patterns and ideas that you post on facebook. Gives me all kinds inspiration. Thank you for your creativity.

  46. I love the patterns and the luscious yarns you feature. I’m just drooling over your beautiful pictures most of the time!! Oops! Meant to post through Facebook, not Twitter!

  47. OMG! I would LOVE to win this! I love to knit, and keeping abreast of the knitting community, in part, through this blog really keeps me inspired! Knit on happy people!

  48. I love seeing your posts in Facebook…. I’ve moved to a really small, isolated community, and every time I see a KFI post, it jogs me into creative mode. Thanks for being in my online world!!

  49. I love the patterns you post. I don’t check them out very often but it’s nice seeing them up there and being inspired. I’d love to see even more.

  50. I love your yarn so what I really love is when you post patterns and tell us what yarn you used. Some I have in my stash, othertimes I force myself to go to my LYS. I really appreciate the tips too. I’ve learned quite a bit. Thanks so much for the giveaway and congratualtions on 100,000+ fans!

  51. I like the patterns you post and I LOVE yarn! I knit and crochet and am teaching my 7 year old daughter!

  52. I enjoy seeing all the new yarns and especially the projects of my fellow knitters. Keep up the good work !

  53. Terry Sparks Nugent

    January 22, 2013 at 7:31 pm

    I like the friendliness of the posts.

  54. Enjoy all your FB posts….I live in a rural area and feel like you help keep me connected to the fiber world. 🙂

  55. I look . forward to your posts. They always show such great items!

  56. Love seeing the beautiful yarns and new ideas!

  57. I love finding your patterns and ideas – always the first thing I look for on facebook ! The new yarns are also such fun and beautiful! Knitting is so much better than going to therapy!!!!!!

  58. Love the yarns and patterns you provide ….thanks keep them coming

  59. I love the variety and the enthusiasm you all have! Makes me want to make all the things!!!

  60. Love the facebook page. There are helpful tips and love seeing the yarn!!

  61. Love getting inspirationand trying new yarns I have seen thru the page!

  62. Love opening facebook and there you are. Like the movie you’ve got mail.

  63. I appreciate connecting to others and learning about designers, seeing new Yarns and patterns. Thank you for this site!

  64. Congrats on 100,000 Facebook fans, tho I’m not one one of them because I don’t do Facebook. I do follow your blog. Yarn IS awesome and I always love reading about new yarns and seeing pictures of all the pretty yarns. I’m waiting for the day they invent an internet I can squish the yarn through and test it’s softness.

  65. I love the ideas you post. Most patterns are right up my alley. A great resource for those days I just don’t know what to start next!

  66. Love logging on facebook and seeing knitting fever on my page, with the most awesomest yarn and colorful pics to make some beautiful items!!It’s like that first cup of coffee in the morning mmm mmm good!!

  67. I really dig your FB posts as they lead me to new and different patterns I would’ve missed otherwise. Also, they tend to establish a nice sense of community for those of us who (sadly) aren’t in knitting/fiber/crochet groups – it’s nice to know I’m not a lone fiber floozie!

  68. I love the fact you supply us with wonderful ideas and beautiful yarns to check out. Keep up the great work!

  69. Seeing y’all on facebook is like seeing a friend. I’m homebound and really miss trips to my LYS. Thanks for keeping me up-to-date on new yarns and fabulous (wonderful, marvelous, wish-I-could-make-them-all!) patterns. Now, my half finished afghan is calling me. Bye!

  70. I love the pictures of the patterns. Keeps the spark going!

  71. I love the great ideas I get from your Facebook. And the yarn is always excellent

  72. Your page is great. You keep us up on the latest yarns and patterns, and even offer free patterns at times, Thank You

  73. I love the yarn that you highlight and the patterns that you show on Facebook.

  74. I love how you highlight different yarns, and post real projects! You also have some funny cartoons. 🙂

  75. I love sharing the projects I am working on and gaining inspiration from the pictures and comments posted by others. I am currently working on a mens cardigan that I saw a picture of on your site that spoke to me. Thanks for the love of yarn.

  76. Congratulations on 100,000 fans! I don’t think I can pinpoint what I love most about you guys…the patterns, the yarn, all the great ideas! Keep ’em coming!

  77. Yarn is awesome!! All of it…and I want all of the patterns and all of the yarn (I may have a problem). Meanwhile…I really enjoyed the monster CAL. Unfortunately, I got distracted and didn’t finish mine, but I will!

  78. Love the baby pattern book – we seem to have babies popping out everywhere in our family lately!

  79. I love the patterns! So gorgeous!

  80. I looooovvvve all the patterns – I print them out and can’t wait to go home and find yarn either in my stash or online to match them up with so I can start right away = I am quite the starter of new projects finishing only about 3/4 of my starts; but I just love knitting and yarn and new stitches and you guys give me what I need and want!!!

  81. I have always wanted to use the Noro yarns shown on the Noro pattern cover very nice colors your site is beautiful

  82. Love to let creativity flow through my fingers and needles

  83. I love all the great patterns and yarns you show and offer! Thanks so much!

  84. I love how the Facebook posts are interactive. Every time I log onto Facebook, it makes me smile to see a comment or showcase from Knitting Fever on my newsfeed. I can’t count how many times I’ve gone into a knitting or yarn frenzy from a Knitting Fever post. I have actually shared some of the posts and pictures on my page to spread the “yarn love”. Congrats on the 100,000 fans. I’m glad to be part of the group.

  85. Tracy Kilpatrick

    January 22, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    I love seeing all the different ideas and yarns and patterns. Hello inspiration!

  86. Two undeniable truths – you can never have enough knitting books and 100,000 is a really really big number. Congratulations on 100,000 Facebook fans! Love your Facebook page – keep up the excellent work! PS I really like your pictures!

  87. Love your Facebook page! Love it!

  88. Always love the FB posts, including the yarn bombs. Make me smile and want to finish my wips!

  89. I just connected this weekend,in the last couple of months I’ve been getting deeper and deeper into my passion – “KNITTING”. Love the yarn highlights, but then again… I’m a self confessed ‘Yarn Ho”….and the real life projects and free patterns my creativity. 🙂 Keep doing what you do, love you on FB!

  90. Oh, what a wonderful group of books of patterns…you can pick me, I’d be a very happy woman if you did.

  91. I have really enjoyed following Knitting Fever posts. Great inspiration! Thanks a bunch!

  92. I love your yarn, on Facebook I like to read yarny things

  93. I so enjoy your posts. Keep up the good work.

  94. My favorite addiction, buying yarn and needles.

  95. The photographs are inspirational and the yarns are yummy. I want to make everything I see.

  96. I have the “knitting fever” and that’s to you, I don’t feel alone. I appreciate all the new ideas and yarns and the comments from all my fellow yarn lovers. Congratulations on the landmark!

  97. The finished projects and the beautiful yarns that you use inspire me to try to push the envelope on my projects. Thank you for your posts.

  98. I love the inspiration I get from the posts!

  99. I love all the wonder patterns. Its like a friend visiting me every day

  100. Im a self confessed yarn hoarder.

  101. I love yarn and knitting! Reading the posts makes me realize how many other people there are out there who love it as much as me. Thanks for all of your yarn ideas!

  102. Thank you the beautiful photos and links to the projects … They make me want to knit everything! Keep up the great work, and Happy Anniversary!

  103. I love your FB page, keeping up with new things & what is going on in the knitting world.

  104. Love the patterns! And the ideas! And the yarn! You guys do a great job!

  105. Congratulations on reaching your milestone! I love your patterns.

  106. I recently taught my daughter to crochet, another “yarnaholic”!

  107. I love seeing all the things that have been made on your page. They’re very inspiring! 🙂

  108. I love your Facebook page because it keeps me up to date with new yarns and accessories plus patterns and ideas !! You can NEVER have enough yarn or patterns !

  109. You keep us updated on the newest yarns and patterns.

  110. Love KF!! I follow your FB page and drool over the yarns and patterns. Love the free patterns too!

  111. New designs and desingers to see and new yarn. Yarn inspires me to the point that just walking into a yarn store can be overwhelming. So mcu to creat and so little time to devote to it. Thanks for your blog and facebook posts

  112. You have great patterns. Great Ideas. You keep all the fans up to date on fb.

  113. I enjoy seeing all the patterns.

  114. I have relyed on knitting for so many years as relaxation theropy that I would be lost without it, now with all the wonderful yarns that are available I am in heaven.

  115. I have always loved Debbie Bliss and Louisa Harding patterns. They are stylish adn current but have a timeless quality to them. Your posts on FaceBook are inspiring and reinforce what I already know: knitting is awesome!

  116. I love the patterns you post and the ideas. Lots of inspiration.

  117. I like keeping up with the new yarns and patterns on Facebook.

  118. I just recently found your FB and your blog. I love them. It was wonderful looking around. I will be back.

  119. Congrats on the facebook count! I love knitting and yarn!

  120. Reading about knitting, new patterns and yarns on your blog and page is a great way to unwind after a long day of work… My favorite!

  121. congrats! it’s your interesting posts and great pix showing off patterns and yarns the grab us.

  122. I have loved knitting for almost 3/4 century now, and I hope it goes on forever! I rarely see a yarn I can’t find room for – – That’s what stash is for! It’s 30 below zero outside right now where I live, so yarn is always close by. Knit on, friends!

  123. 100,000 fans ! Wow! Congrats! I love your posts on FB makes me wish I was retired & had more time to knit

  124. Yarn is the staff of life and like for me

  125. I love all the info about new yarns and patterns you pass along everyday, thanks.

  126. I love the patterns you share and seeing all the beeeyoootiful yarns on the market. I’ve been a knitter & crocheter for 30+ years and its so exciting to have my beloved crafts be a part of my facebook experience on a daily basis! Keep up the great work…… are very appreciated

  127. I love seeing your pretty knits when I’m on facebook. It cheers me up amid all the daily duties and inspires me to create and share. Thank you.

  128. I love the free patterns you post and the projects are inspiring. Thanks so much for a fun and newsy feed!

  129. Hurray Knitting Fever! That’s a lot of followers!

  130. I had just learned how to knit when my mother passed away. I had a scarf pattern that was all garter stitch. Making the scarfs really helped me get though a very difficult time in my life. I was very glad I could just sit and knit and not think…now I like to sit and knit and think about new patterns I have found. I am so glad to have found knitting and wonderful yarns. I also love all the patterns and info I get from you.

  131. Your posts give me inspiration to try new things

  132. I absolutely love all inspiration to knit! New pattern stitches, patterns, yarns, beautiful pics. Would love to win some new patterns and yarn!

  133. The patterns and yarns you feature open my eyes to the exquisite things to make!! You have taken me from “vanilla” knitting and crocheting to something gourmet!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

  134. I love waking up and seeing your new facebook posts, seeing all the beautiful patterns has really inspired me to start knitting and crocheting again after 20 years of not doing either. Thank you so much

  135. Love reading the Facebook messages and know I can read your blog since I just found it!!!

  136. I knit when I’m happy, I knit when I’m sad…..I knit when I’m lonesome, or knit when I’m glad… your site, the ideas and patterns are marvelous……knitting is my passion

  137. I found this site this year, and I LOVE the beautiful yarns and patterns you feature. When I can’t make it to my local yarn store, you are the ones I go to. Keep the patterns coming in 2013. Thank you for beng a great resource.

  138. Not only do I love the patterns, I also love the rich, vibrant hues of the yarns used to create the examples you show. Keep them coming, please!

  139. The variety of projects and yarn is incredibly helpful in deciding what I should put on to-do list. Your ideas are things I would never have thought of on my own.

  140. I love all the projects that you have been showing. It is fun to see the variety. The yarns used have given the projects a new dimension.

  141. I love the variety of patterns and yarns you highlight. Even if I don’t make the actual pattern, it sparks so many ideas that I am always knitting up a storm!

  142. I have been knitting for over 50 years and I am still learning things from your posts and others.

  143. I have been knitting for over 50 years and I am still learning things from your posts and others.

  144. I just found your page. So many Beautiful and different things. What an inspiration to try new yarns and patterns. Thank you so much. I just Love it.

  145. I appreciate the ideas and inspirations.

  146. Love the patterns!!

  147. 2 parts: I collect information to create knitting classes for children. My Grandmother learned to knit on a pair of railroad track nails. Secondly, your page brings back memories of my Grandmother AND Mother having a Knit-off, in the dining room windows. One was tight, the other loose knitter. You never knew what you might get.

  148. it is great to keep in touch with trends and skills and just be inspired daily by your posts on facebook. i then can slide over to your blog for more details. i recommend it to friends-knitters, crocheters and even those not fiber-enhanced (lol). keep on expanding and i will grow with you!

  149. It is great to see new and fun patterns that we might not find..

  150. Love the Knitting Fever lines of yarns!! What’s my favorite?? Depends on what I am knitting!!

  151. What a fabulous way to share!! I really enjoy both the blog & FB info. I often learn of yarns, patterns or designers I didn’t know about from your posts. Keep up the good work!

  152. I love yarn. I love knitting! I wish I were better and faster at it, though. Still learning to read patterns.

  153. Love your FB site! Love seeing your yarn samples!

  154. Well, yarn is pretty of course!

  155. Adrienne McCarthy

    January 23, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    I love your FB posts, love the pics you post, LOVE yarn and knitting! It’s an awesome group of prizes, so wonderful of you to do this!

  156. I just started knitting again and finished 3 great cowel scarves. It’s a perfect way for me to relax and steady my mind from all that I deal with everyday. As a graphic designer, I also feel a great sense of design accomplishment when learning new stitches and seeing the outcome. I look forward to working with many different types of yarn in the future! 🙂

  157. I love that you highlight different yarns almost every day. It really helps me to learn about your products and sometimes lights that bulb of remembering that I do in fact have that particular yarn stashed away and gets me pumped about using it (once I finish this current project of course, I already have too many wips)!

  158. lovely 🙂

  159. I love all the yummy yarns you show with all the projects you are working on. Helps to inspire me and go back to my knitting. The step by step projects are also wonderful!

  160. I think it’s just so wonderful how you bring knitting into the modern world by simply having a Facebook page that knitters and crocheters join. I make time to knit every day because its one of the few things that makes me really, genuinely happy; and sometimes I’ll just be scrolling through my feed on my phone and a post of yours will come up and it will inspire me to put down all the electronics and get back to the knitting. Congratulations on 100,000 users, and keep doing what you do! 🙂 <3

  161. Céleste Walker

    January 23, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    Brand new subscriber so can’t think of any feedback at present but love, love, love yarn!!!! Spinning it, weaving it, knitting it, crocheting it, and all that jazz. Great giveaway and congrats!!

  162. I love perusing the free knitting patterns on your Facebook page! Looking at all the beautiful yarn samples makes me want to knit so many wonderful things. So much to knit, so little time!

  163. I love seeing the new patterns and projects. They inspire me to try new things.

  164. I love the free patterns and the inspirational messages!

  165. Lovely ideas, photos, and inspiration!

  166. I would just faint if I won even one book from the wonderful books you have selected. thank you, thank you thank you !

  167. I am getting back into yarn crafts. As a beginner knitter and intermediate crocheter, it is great to have resources like yours to go to. Thank you for all you do!

  168. It’s always a happy day to open FB and see your posts!

  169. I love all the free patterns that you offer here. They are really wonderful and the great yarn we get to use for them is even better. Yarn is wonderful!

  170. Patterns and the inspiration you provide! THANK YOU!!

  171. Christine Takada

    January 23, 2013 at 12:44 pm

    How awesome is yarn? It has the power to save a person’s sanity, it provides safe haven, and it can warm the coldest of fingers, toes, and hearts. Yarn is comfort, yarn is warmth, yarn is love.

  172. I love knitting, I love yarn and wish I had more time for “playing” with both.

  173. I prefer your blog & site to the Facebook one. Sorry, I’m anti-Facebook.

  174. Love knitting and all the beautiful patterns you post It’s my main way of relaxing

  175. I love the colors and textures you choose…makes me want to start a new project while I am still doing another one…!!!

  176. Love your FB page! Funny, helpful, and full of beautiful patterns and yarn!

  177. I love the anticipation that builds as I knit up something…it’s a kind of rush! Your Facebook posts have been great with new patterns and inspirations!

  178. I love knitting. I love yarn and I love the inspiration!

  179. As a relatively new knitter, I LOVE your FB page and blog! They both have been very informative to me, but also very entertaining. I love the whimsy that you share as well…it brings a smile to my face. I appreciate the patterns and yarn information. I am always inspired and motivated to learn more, more, more! 🙂

  180. Love the blog, the beautiful colors of the yarns pictured, and the inspiration of the projects.

  181. I love seeing the pictures and post about yarn, knitting anything when I check Facebook — makes me happy when I can’t be knitting!

  182. I love seeing your FB updates pop up in my news feed. Always inspiring!

  183. I love the patterns you show and the variety of yarns used. I especially like the projects that combine knitting and crochet (more than edging finish). Your blog will be registered as an internet favorite for my yarn store. I’ll show it to customers that are looking for project ideas and resources. Sue’s Soft Stuff in Jamesport, Missouri.

  184. I am just happy that when I open my FB page I see wonderful things to do with yarn. Better and more entertaining than some of the junk posted by friends. Thanks. Keep it up.

  185. Really? What’s not to like?!? Your pictures and articles make me want to knit what I’m working on so I can start something new. You make me feel like I can tackle the difficult patterns. It’s inspiring, actually. Thanks! <3

  186. I just like knowing there are other people out there who love yarn and knitting as much as I do. No one in my circle of friends really understands when I look at a knitted project or a ball of yarn and say “oh that’s so yummy!”

  187. I love all of the project pictures! Sometimes even a pattern you’ve seen a million times suddenly clicks when you see just the right project made from it.

  188. Between Ravelry and reading posts on Facebook – my day is consumed! I love your patterns – just the variety and usefulness of them all. And yarn? What is NOT to love??! Thanks for the opportunity and congrats on your milestone!

  189. I am new and found your blog to be helpful.

  190. Your Facebook page is awesome – I am so amazed with the creativity of people and the designs they imagine and bring to life. I love the textures of the yarns and colors you can almost feel. Knitting is relaxing for me and productive at the same time!

  191. I love all the cute yarn related status on Facebook as well as project ideas!

  192. That is a great variety of books with something to knit for everyone!

  193. this is a wonderful site….

  194. I am new to facebook and it has really opened up my creativity for my favorite hobbies, what I enjoy the most is finding “new” and “exciting” projects – you offer ideas and products that I wouldn’t be able to find on my own! I like reading about other finds from others – the ideas are endless! Thank you for offering the chance to win such wonderful prizes! Have a great year! You help make mine!

  195. The prizes are nice! I love to knit and I love yarn! ♥

  196. tina brown dillard

    January 23, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    Can I say everything.

  197. I love the patterns that you share. I have gotten a lot of ideas for my ever growing to make list.

  198. I am currently making a Noro Silk shawl. I love the things I am learning and the beautiful inspiring creations that you post

  199. I like to see how other people use the same patterns I’ve used, and how different the results can be!

  200. These are some amazing books! I hope I win (fingers crossed)!

  201. I would be thrilled to win a copy of these books and the yarn……. What a way to start the new year off! I love reading your posts and am so happy that I have gotten back to knitting again. I find it relaxes me while I knit socks for all the family.

  202. Love contests, especially ones that involve yarn and patttern books!

  203. I love your yarns!

  204. Your Facebook page has introduced me to a lot of yarns that are now some of my go-to favorites!!!! And what knitter doesn’t love and appreciate the opportunity to win free knitting/crochet supplies!!!

  205. love all the pattern books on one site

  206. Thank you for giving us this opportunity. I really enjoy seeing the patterns in your facebook feed. They are very inspiring and have helped me learn some new skills.

  207. Facebook is so much better with yarn and knitting. No politics or disagreements, just niceness for all. We should all come down with Knitting Fever! And no vaccinations.

  208. What I’d like to see are more bargains on plant-based yarns, more free or
    low-priced patterns (like the recent head huggers post!). What I like
    is the great ideas for gifts that don’t take a long time to produce.

  209. The patterns, new yarn and helpful tips are what I love!

  210. I am so thankful that the love of yarn and creating with it was passed down to me by my mother and my grandmother. It is therapy, thoughtfulness and spirit that can be passed from one to another through teaching the craft or giving of a completed piece. My next adventure is teaching my grandchildren and now my daughter who has finally wanting to learn.

  211. Lauren from Michigan

    January 23, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    Love Knitting Fever; love seeing it via FB and now I’ve discovered your blog recently…….knitting is so important to me…….helps with my arthritis, my temperament, my nerves and enriches my life! Thanks for all you do!!

  212. I love seeing the different patterns and cute quips you post as I’m scrolling thru my feed page. It brightens my day. I’m a crafter thru and thru but I’ve been knitting since middle school and am now a mother who knits! I’m a yarnaholic as well so the posts of new or unique yarns is also awesome!

  213. If I could knit 24 hours a day I would! Love it and love knitting fever!

  214. Always nice to look at patterns and yarn! I’m finding renewed inspiration as my 10 year old daughter is starting to knit! We’d love some more books and yarn.!

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  217. Your posts, pattern choices and recommendations are all wonderful. I love seeing them in my FB news feed. The blogs are the important things – knitting and yarn.

  218. Your posts, pattern choices and recommendations are all wonderful. I love seeing them in my FB news feed. The blogs are the important things – knitting and yarn.

  219. I’ve been crocheting like crazy lately. Making and giving away hats, mostly Owl hats to friends and family member’s children. I love seeing knitting/yarn posts on my facebook feed.

  220. I’ve been crocheting like crazy lately. Making and giving away hats, mostly Owl hats to friends and family member’s children. I love seeing knitting/yarn posts on my facebook feed.

  221. I am a new knitter & would be thrilled to win. I am so happy to have found such amazing resources online & your patterns & yarns are great!

  222. I found you by Facebook and now check Knitting Fever daily. Of course, reading Knitting Fever cuts into my knitting time. Keep up the good work.

  223. Knitting is my happy drug. Thank you for helping me feed my yarn addiction!!

  224. Seeing the posts in Facebook keeps knitting and crocheting in my mind. I love seeing the projects, the colors of the yarns, the designs and have often gone to your website to check them out in more detail. One of my favorite things in Facebook is the pages like yours, moments enjoying something that gives me great pleasure to engage in and its like sharing a conversation and show-and-tell with a friend who enjoys knitting and crocheting too

  225. I love being able to see what kinds of beautiful patterns and yarns are available. Looking at posts on the blog are so inspiring.

  226. I love the patterns and inspirations you post on Facebook. And the yarn, oh my! If only we could feel the wonderful fiber thru the screen… heaven!

  227. A little new at knitting and would love to win this to add to my obsession!

  228. My grandmother taught me many things, one of them was how to knit. Now I enjoy knitting with my daughter and daughter-in-laws. Yarn is a very important element in our lives. It’s getting a hug from someone you love everytime you pull on a sweater or wrap a scarf. Knit some love today!

  229. Ah….for the time to knit up all the wonderful yarns and to try out all the amazing patterns! You inspire me.

  230. Your site inspires me. I have been knitting for over 50 years and love looking at the patterns and yarns. There is so much more to choose from that when I started knitting as a girl. Thank you.

  231. I am pretty new to knitting, but i just love the wonderful inspiration that appears in my feed. I inspires me to learn more.

  232. Thank you for sharing such fun and wonderful posts about knitting and yarn everyday!

  233. I love seeing your Facebook page because knitting makes me happy and the post’s are fun, colorful and well. . . happy. The patterns are great (thanks for the free ones) and pictures of FO’s get my creative juices revved up ! I don’t win things. If I do then It will surely snow 🙂 I just wanted to let you know I appreciate KFI. Thanks again

  234. Hi, my name is Angela and I am a yarn addict. I love how you introduce new yarns and patterns. It helps me keep updated on what is going on in the world of knitting and crocheting. Keep up the good work!

  235. I learned to knit 11 years ago but have found it to be a major source of comfort and stress relief as I am now going through a divorce…I love all the yummy yarns and projects that you post on facebook! They give me ideas ans motivation for my next project!

  236. I enjoy reading anything knitting related and seeing what others are knitting

  237. Maria LoGiudice Gladfelter

    January 23, 2013 at 2:29 pm

    Knitting is my passion! I choose to knit for the less fortunate. Every time I place one of my knitted item in someones hands the expression on their face…PRICELESS! Your patterns, yarn, Blog and now Facebook helps me keep my drean alive that one day no one has to be alone or forgotten. For this I Thank You so very much!

  238. The only thing I *don’t* love is how quickly the time passes perusing yarns and patterns. I can eat up hours of each day on the computer, and that’s time I’m not actually knitting. (Pretty luxurious problem, eh?) Way to go on reaching 100,000!

  239. Love all the patterns and techniques posted every day. Thank-you for your inspiring posts.

  240. Fiber spun into yarn, worked into textile, proudly worn or displayed. Yeah..that’s my happy place:)

  241. I look forward to the Facebook posts and possible ideas for my newly discovered passion of knitting. How wonderful it would be to have free books to ponder over!!!!!

  242. I l-o-v-e YARN!! Any color yarn and I read about yarn all the time; best of all I love knitting with yarn of any color!

  243. I especially love the Louisa Harding designs… they are so graceful and sophisticated. I would really love to have her book!!!!

  244. I love the added exposure to fibers and patterns. It was great seeing one of the stores I love there recently also – Keep Me In Stitches. Thank you for all you provide to fiber nuts everywhere.

  245. Thanks so much for all of the patterns and ideas that you post. Knitting has really come a long way since I started many years ago, and you keep me inspired to try new things!

  246. I love looking through my Facebook news feed and seeing yarny posts and interesting yarn related photos. I love having you guys on my news feed!

  247. Nancy mazgajewski

    January 23, 2013 at 3:08 pm

    I’m a visual girl, so I love the pictures! It inspires me to check out yarn and patterns.

  248. Every evening when I check in there’s more inspiration from patterns to yarns. Help – I think I need to retire to get started on all these projects 🙂 But keep spreading the inspiration!

  249. Barbara Robertson

    January 23, 2013 at 3:16 pm

    Am I too late? I love yarn, and your posts are inspirational.

  250. Love the ideas on FB!! Keep them coming!!!

  251. Love the idea of all these neat books and yarn. Of course, it means some more classes!!!!

  252. My mom taught me how to crochet and we’ve always wanted to learn how to knit. This give away would be a great start for us. I think that it would help to keep her mind off the cancer that she has and it would be a great bonding experience for us both.

  253. Yarn is always at hand with me. My family knows if I’m not knitting, something is very wrong! I love the inspiration your posts create for me!

  254. I get so many ideas from the patterns that you post and always look forward to the tidbit’ s of information. So many patterns – so little time!

  255. I love all the photos of projects on your site – such inspiration!

  256. I enjoy your site, and like another poster said, I find myself going back to knitting, instead of spending too much time on the computer after reading your posts, a lot of fun ideas to inspire! Thank you for the opportunity to win a book or 8!!! I adore knitting books!

  257. Yarn is my favorite thing…it takes me to my happy place!

  258. What a great find! Love, Love, LOVE this site!

  259. I love your blog as it diverts my energy back to my knitting! My grandmother taught me to knit when I was 5. I especially enjoy learning new techniques to use in my knitting!

  260. I adore your FB and blog posts. I have been pinning myself to become more than just an advanced beginner and you give me a lot of inspiration.

  261. I love that you showcase new patterns every few days on Facebook. Keeps me inspired!

  262. I love seeing all the projects, all the color, sometimes a pattern just doesn’t speak to you until you see what someone else did with color or a combination of fibers.

  263. I love the designs that you feature, the comments that inspire, and how your posts feed my need for yarn! 🙂 Keep up the great work!

  264. I love being inspired by your posts. I love beautiful yarn and great designers. Trying to challenge myself more with every project.

  265. what you post inspires me! thanks.

  266. Love the patterns posted knit with great yarns and showing the possibilities. Keep up the great work! 🙂

  267. Oh so many things!! I love how there’s real posting from the site and blog……I read things often. Thank you for posting this contest

    I love to knit shawls and socks……Imagine what all I could do! LOL

  268. Your posts inspire me to try new things, thanks!

  269. I love having knitting fever in my facebook feed – seeing all the new patterns and yarns inspires me to grab my needles and create, instead of just wasting time on the computer all day!

  270. I enjoy the pictures and patterns for new items; I am always looking for something my granddaughters will like. It always helps to get free yarn! So, I hope I win.

  271. LOVE Knitting Fever yarns!!

  272. I am a crocheter with four large containers of yarn and would be very happy to add more. I’m also very excited to start teaching Tunisian Crochet at a lovely shop in NJ called Woolplay. So keep playing with your yarn it makes beautiful art.

  273. Such creative ideas and helps lead to productive patrons! Thanks for all you do for us!

  274. Your postings are inspiring to me! I love seeing new ideas! And I just LOVE YARN!!!

  275. Knitting Fever seems to be in the know about all the important goings-on!

  276. I love all the yarns and patterns you share, wish I could knit faster… because I want it all!!

  277. I love all your great patterns, and this book with the baby fashions would be great since I’m about to be blessed with#5

  278. I love to see all the new patterns and yarn you post…love free patterns too!!

  279. I love seeing all the new patterns and ideas. Makes me want to spend more time knitting

  280. I enjoy the little happy making things – like the post recently about how hand knitted hats were warmer because they had love in them. Thank you!

  281. It’s simple…I love yarn!

  282. I love the visuals for finished objects, techniques and inspiration on both FB and your blog. Yarn is pretty darn cool too.

  283. I enjoy reading and following this blog.

  284. I love this blog! I have gotten many a great idea and/or suggestion from this site! Thank you 🙂

  285. I love all the great ideas you post!

  286. Yarn users are the best Hobby People!

  287. I love browsing the patterns, especially the things I can’t even contemplate yet. I’ve crocheted since I was a little girl, but only learned to knit about a year ago, so I practice on what I can do & dream of what I hope I one day can do.

  288. I love seeing all the projects and scrumptious yarns, not to mention the technique tips

  289. I love the patterns I have seen and the books featured above look great. Plus, for someone who is returning to knitting after a few years and working through a large container of beautiful yarns it is great to find new ideas! And what a fun contest idea!

  290. The best part about Knitting fever are the ideas, and investigating the great new patterns each day. It is a luxury that gets me settled in to do some knitting. I have tons of favorites to chose from and I love seeing how people put colors together. ( Not one of my strengths, because I CAN”T DECIDE they are all beautiful!!!). I am not a whiz at understanding yarns and gauges, so It is important for me to read through snippets of info like your facebook page and blog. Unfortunately, my time and limited and so your soundbites are perfect. Finally you are witty and fun, and I enjoy your little interactive plays on words. Thank you. Marita Florini

  291. I love seeing what other people can accomplish and your Facebook page does just that. Your blogging gives me inspiration with tips, thoughts and ideas from you and others. Thank you.

  292. I appreciate the inspiration of your posts to help me develop the full potential of my knitting creativity. Such a wide variety of patterns and information and beautiful yarn soothes the chaos around us. Thanks.

  293. Thanks for all the inspiration. My only problem is to stop ooohing and aaaahing long enough to get my current projects off the needles so I can move on to the next temptation you present!

  294. It is nice to know there are other knitting addicts out there!!! I love the inspirations I find here.

  295. I have so much fun perusing your site. So much so that I have shared it with others. Yarn feels sooooo good, keeps me in stitches (:

  296. I love seeing all the new yarns set out in the their beautiful tones like knitting candy!

  297. knitting makes me happy and helps me relax it also gives me joy when I can give someone something I have have made just for them

  298. I get so much inspiration from here, there’s not enough time to knit everything or money for all the yarn I want 🙂

  299. Love your site!! Love the variety of patterns!! Love the texture of yarn in my fingers and my relaxed feeling while knitting!! LOVE!!

  300. sure like all the posts! seeing what’s new, how the worked up projects look … inspiring!

  301. Just discovered your blog when a friend posted about it on facebook. So glad to have another source of inspiration for my own knitting fever!

  302. Love the patterns and great inspiration I get when I read your blog!

  303. A great companion to the LYS facebook page and an inspiring blog.

  304. I love your blog,you are so inspirational !!

  305. Love the yarn, and can’t wait to see what you do next.

  306. I love your posts…they instruct and inspire. I often get bored with a project and leave it unfinished. Your daily messages always remind me of the joys of knitting and brings back my enthusiasm. THANKS!

  307. Thanks for the inspiration!

  308. I love your post. They ding my phone at work/home as you post and are great to read. I love new ideas, the chance to read what others are making and pictures of the beautiful pieces that could be at my finger tips!!! Thank you for making my days 🙂

  309. I just love anything yarn!

  310. Love you face book page and blog look forward to reading it when it pups up on my Facebook page. love yarn and patterns books. Always something new.

  311. I love your blog and facebook page! I get so much inspiration from your posts! Thanks for the giveaway it would be a dream come true to win!!

  312. I love everything about you guys! Patterns, yarn, inspiration! <3

  313. Yarn and knitting make me happy!

  314. You have great patterns and yarn examples.

  315. Working with yarn is healing.

  316. I like all the different projects..and information,on yarns and their colours. Most of all I like the step by step pictures up close …makes me want to kint everything, but I enjoy the fact that so many other people love to knit or crochet…I sew also …I have 4 different sizes of knitting needles busy at the Happy kintting whether it’s advanced or novice..just great to see the finished work. just finished a hat in soft lime green and brown..(I know not your average colour) anyway turned out lovely and my daughter bought me a candy bar and guess what? Is my favourite British candy called Aero Mint….chocolate with mint green center…ha ha go figure…

  317. I love your blog – very inspiring.

  318. I find that the variety of projects and information is very useful to knitters! Thanks!!

  319. I love all the ideas for inspiration. Great blog!

  320. Nellie Warburton

    January 24, 2013 at 8:15 pm

    Love the little tips that come across occasionally!! As a self-taught knitter, I need as many as I can get! LOL

  321. It’s always fun to see new patterns and yarns (glorious yarns!).

  322. I love looking at all the beautiful patterns! Such great inspiration!!! Thanks!

  323. I’m just a beginner but I love what I see

  324. What is not to like duh!! Love knitting, gotta love knitting fever. Knitting is my Zen, and knitting fever is my ying to my yang

  325. I love the photos you share on fb that show new and interesting patterns and hie you share other knitters ingo so introducing me to other blogs and fb pages too.


  327. Love new ideas for new projects !

  328. I love that you feature more sophisticated styles. Keep ’em coming!

  329. Love all of the patterns that you post!

  330. I enjoy reading your posts on facebook! Interesting, informative or fun – they’re always a highlight of my day. My knitter girlfriends and I like to share the posts and links!

  331. I love knitting and working with yarn…just havent figured out how my yarn seems to “multiply” when I’m not looking lol

  332. I love seeing all the purdy yarn with matching patterns. I usually buy the yarn first and then look for something to make with it.

  333. I love to look at the colors. Yarn colors are so rich.

  334. I love seeing the patterns with the yarn recommendations.

  335. Love all the patterns and pics of your gorgeous yarns

  336. The patterns, yarns and books you have posted have been very inspirational. You have been an enabler in the truest sense if the word – BRAVO!!

  337. I really love knitting and crocheting and look forward to seeing your posts!

  338. If I have a day without knitting (scandalous I know), it completely throws my whole day off. To me there is nothing better than a classic movie (Spencer Tracy, Cary Grant or Myrna Loy), a basket of yarn, knitting needles & endless inspiration from blogs…. 🙂

  339. I am new to your posts, but love them! I love to knit and would very much enjoy being entered into your drawing!

  340. I really enjoy yarn. I usually buy it just to have it. Well, most of the yarn I have purchased has had a reason to have it but then I think, “If I use it, I will no longer HAVE it!” So with over a thousand skeins to my name, hidden away for no one to find and use (my daughter knits and crochets and when she visits me she knows where to look) I have happy thoughts that get me through the day. Yes, I’m a yarn hoarder! Oh, I have more coming in the mail expected tomorrow!

  341. Loving knitting with the snow falling!

  342. Thank you for your fun Facebook posts! It’s fun to have daily motivation!

  343. A day without yarn is like a day without sunshine!

  344. Love the designers whose books and work you are featuring!

  345. Been knitting for 55 years— always love a new challenge

  346. This blog/the people writing it have really inspired me to learn new techniques. You taken me beyond the realm of knit and purl towards uncharted territory. Knitters I’ve met have seemed to be the warmest, most encouraging people I’ve met.

  347. Thanks for your site. I am relatively new at knitting. I would like to try something other than scarves. Some great tips and simple projects for the beginner would be great. Thanks!

  348. Love all the new Ideas and patterns!!!! Now back to my project. Shawl

  349. I am excited by the projects and appreciate the pattern links not to mention the introduction to new yarns!

  350. I love the projects you keep highlighting on Facebook. Makes me want to start knitting again!

  351. I love knitting . I’m always looking for new ideas and projects to make. You keep me inspired.

  352. I am inspired by the posts- just not enough time for all the things I want to knit!!

  353. The Shetland ponies in their Shetland sweaters is sweet and so are you for sharing the photos. I’ve been thinking my sister’s Cardigan Corgi should have a cardigan, now I think it would be fun to make him one!
    And will be sure to send you a photo of Percy the Cardigan Corgi wearing his cardigan.

  354. One of your posts for a Sirdar yarn and pattern book inspired the first birthday outfit I’m making for my granddaughter.

  355. I love seeing your pictures of yarn and patterns every time I log into facebook!!!

  356. I love all the tips and the yarn talk, it’s all here and simple!

  357. I like seeing all the patterns and love reading about different yarns. What can I say, I’m a yarn slut

  358. I love looking at all the need patterns and hoping that one of these days I will be good enough at knitting to actually make some of them. Being new to knitting it I find some patterns a bit challenging , but hopefully i will get there some day.

  359. The posts inspire me to get off Facebook and pick up my needles!

  360. I love looking through patterns and getting ideas for new projects!

  361. Love the pictures and the links to patterns!

  362. I like the patterns and information you give. I love reading what other knitters and crocheter are making. I have three different patterns going right now, two are knitted, and one is crocheted. I am making hats and afghans right now. I have 1 afghan done. I am making them for my 4 children and 9 grandchildren. I am trying to make each one different. Just wanted to say THANK YOU

  363. I’m a yarn and fiber enthusiast and love other that are too. I love that many have opted to engage with Facebook making easier to see when new post are in. Just love being part of all this crazines

  364. I love love love coming here to see all the new patterns and then to dream of being able to make all of them in my lifetime….not able to do that so I just do them one at a time…..

  365. Lots of different projects to do and not enough time to finish them. Love all the patterns.

  366. I love KFI yarns. I live in a rural area, so I have to travel 1.5 miles to get my fix. It is well worth the drive.

  367. I’ve knittied for over 60 years and still love to learn something new. Too many yarns and not enough time =) !!!

  368. Love the motivation that your page brings me!! Yarn Yarn Yarn Love it all!!!!

  369. Your Facebook posts inspire me at least once a week, if not more. Thank you!

  370. I love yarn! I like all the pattern ideas you post just wish I had more time to knit them all

  371. I love reading all of your posts!!!!

  372. You can always depend on you all to get it right.

  373. I love seeing new knitting ideas on facebook!

  374. Would love to win….any of it!!

  375. I enjoy the pictures, links and just the feeling that others are out there that understand my obsession and validate its value.

  376. Your daily posts are thoroughly enjoyed. I especially love the yarn/knitting humor! Keep up the good work.
    You make my day brighter!

  377. Yarn is my happy stuff. I do love all the patterns you post, am always looking for more.

  378. i really like the variety of content y’all post on facebook. patterns, finished items, yarn related news and fun stuff. keeps my feed interesting (:

  379. I love knitting and winning this collection would take my passion to a new level

  380. Since I have started receiving posts from Knitting Fever on Face Book I have enjoyed seeing and hearing about knitting projects. The fact that we get multiple posts daily is great.

  381. I want to win-will cross my fingers-some great designers represented in those books!

  382. Melissa Wallace

    January 24, 2013 at 9:10 pm

    I love my knitting addiction and would love more project ideas and books,books,books!

  383. I love working with fibers and yarn!

  384. I just LOVE reading the posts as I am a somewhat new knitter!

  385. I have really gotten into knitting over the past few years (retired October 2008). I love the creative process of matching patterns to yarn. I especially like the patterns you post! Thanks so much!

  386. Thank you for the great blog. I love your posts.

  387. Love everything about your place. : ) I love your posts, pics, words… : ) I am so happy that I have finally (after like 30 years of on/off again trying) had this knitting stuff “click”. It is so relaxing and as long as my hands will hold up, I will be doing it. : ) It is great therapy and the best thing in the whole world, I think, is going to a yarn store and touching every single thing in it. : D Thank you for this contest and opportunity. You guys are awesome. Take care. El : )

  388. I love seeing different knitting patterns and figuring out which one I want to use. Knitting is very relaxing, especially when I have memorized the pattern and get into a rhythm. I watch my football games, etc. and end up with something special for myself or someone else at the same time. Thanks!

  389. what would I do without knitting?

  390. I love the patterns and projects! Too much to do and too little time!

  391. Love to knit – makes me happy!!

  392. I love the patterns and enjoy look at them on facebook.

  393. I definitely get inspired by all your yarn projects, and am thrilled when you post a free pattern!

  394. Yarn allows the individual expression of ech user, thanks for enhancing mine

  395. I like the updates about the yarns! Great inspiration to try new things!

  396. Great pictures on Facebook and beautiful yarns! Thank you!

  397. I love the fact that you post all sorts of picture and information about knitting trends all over the world, not limited to just one brand, style, color or nation. Everything you post is beautiful and informative and I always look forward to reading what you post.

  398. I love to knit and enjoy using all types of yarn. I always look forward to y
    our posts on Facebook.

  399. Always looking for inspiration and I think I have found the place ……

  400. I love the comments, tutorials, inspirations! Good Stuff!

  401. Such a therapy is knitting to me…it calms my insides and reading pattern books inspire me to happiness!

  402. Yarn IS awesome! Your postings are great for inspiration!

  403. really like the patterns

  404. Haven’t knitted in a L-O-N-G time (like decades!) Been checking out the web for patterns, yarn, etc. LOVE all of the new yarns made from natural fibers! Looking forward to dusting off the needles and learning new techniques…

  405. Margaret Crawford

    January 24, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    The posts are inspirational and makes me want to knit more!

  406. I just love anything Noro! so that Noro knits book would make me so happy if I win it!

  407. love getting to see new patterns and yarn colors. And how easy it can be to share if you’ve done the same or similar project.

  408. I love the inspiration the patterns and yarns provide. There’s just not enough time to do everything.

  409. like looking and wishing at all the projects

  410. I love seeing all the different things I could do with my knitting. And love seeing all the yarn.

  411. Barbara A. Stenico

    January 24, 2013 at 9:55 pm

    Would love to learn how to knit something other than hats, socks or scarves and these books look like great starting places.

  412. I love seeing all of the beautiful projects that you post as well as all of the fun comments about life as a knitter.

  413. Please slow the rotation of Mother Earth!!! I need more Knitting time!!!!

  414. I love the patterns and the yarns. There are SO many absolutely awesome, scrumptious yarns out there that I have not yet tried, but I am going to someday. I love to knit, and I absolutely love yarn. Thanks!

  415. I have used your yarns ans love them. But, what really caught my attention was the way your company decided to step up and help some of the victims of Sandy. The idea of asking shops that sell your products to act as collection points was brilliant and i hope it helped. It gave me a way to help when I felt absolutely helpless and felt the need to do something! It was that spirit that caused me to seek out your company on Facebook!

  416. I like that you show me new yarns that are available and you tell me how they are to work with. And you have the greatest notifications on patterns that are out there!

  417. Patterns, a mitten knitalong, yarn information, articles about the craft – what’s not to like?

  418. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the FB page and the blog. The more knitting, the merrier!!!!!!!!

  419. I love starting my day with Facebook, and ending my day with recliner and my knitting. ONLY fabulous yarn please. Knitting is my oxygen. It doesn’t TAKE patience, it GIVES patience.

  420. Elizabeth Knapton

    January 24, 2013 at 10:16 pm

    I love that you guys have this awesome blog with patterns and pretty yarn pictures, and other awesome yarn related things 🙂

  421. KFI is just amazing – LOVE every inch of every yarn I have in my stash from KFI!!!

  422. Fun to see the different projects and yarn!

  423. Love the new banner! I a;ways look forward to what new and exciting things you have posted on Facebook. I usually learn a little something new:-)

  424. you always have some of the most beautiful, inspiring projects that make me want to keep on knitting.

  425. I am a knitter and crocheter and I like to make my items with quality products such as those that you provide. Thanks so much for good quality and an interesting blog.

  426. I love all the yarns and the projects

  427. I love yarn and especially beautiful and soft wool yarn. I love to knit socks, sweaters and want to make some mittens.

  428. Knitting has saved my sanity….thanks for keeping me connected!

  429. I really enjoy the patterns and the yarns…knitting is a source of relaxation for me and you can’t beat the friendship you experience with other knitters!


  431. I love to see what others are knitting and use that for inspiration. Also love free patterns and hints and tips.

  432. While browsing through the books, im drawn to debbie bliss and elsebeth lavold. I find inspiration in everything, i only find my peace and sanity when i hold my needles in my hands and begin to touch my yarn. At that moment, i have reached the best feeling i can get from inanimate objects!

  433. There’s something about picking up 2 (or more) sticks and a string — you might have had a not so great day, but after a while of throwing the string around the sticks you feel more centered and at peace — well at least that’s the way it works for me (mostly). Thanks for showcasing yarn and patterns to give us more inspiration 🙂

  434. Your blogs and posts really inspire me to try more things. Thanks to you, I have fewer and fewer hours in my day for everything else!

  435. Whether it’s new info on yarns, patterns and books or just a random tip, I really enjoy and look forward to seeing what will be posted each day!

  436. I find knitting to be the best relaxing thing I do for myself.

  437. I love knitting fever and all of the yarns you distribute! I am definitely a yarn hoarder. Keep up the great work on facebook and your blog. Both or great

  438. Your links to patterns are great. I love everything you’re about.

  439. There is truly not enough time to use all the cool yarns that are out there or work up all the amazing patterns that you have! I need another lifetime!

  440. I look forward to seeing your posts each day whether it’s the availability of a new yarn or patterns/books or just a new tip! You know how to get the creative needles flowing.

  441. yarn yarn and more yarn is there anything better? I feel a fever coming on, a yarn fever that is!

  442. Although I don’t knit or crochet as much as I used to, your posts inspire me every day. I have even started a couple projects that I saw on your news feed. Keep posting the awesome project inspirations please!

  443. Being a live in care giver to an 81 yr old lady doesnt leave nuch time to go out shopping and see all the wo derful new books, yarns and patterns … I am so thankful for the Internet and sites like this to keep my creativity going and my needles clicking!!! I LOVEam getting thethem updates on facebookthe and totallyyou enjoy seeing whatsthe happening in theto “real” world!! Keep up the great job and thank you again for keeping the juices flowing.

  444. Yarn=love!

  445. Hope Anita Smith

    January 25, 2013 at 1:57 am

    Yarn is all kinds of possibility! It is healing. It is a conversation starter. It is a wonderful companion.

  446. The lucious yarns that you show are my favorite thing about your sites. The patterns and books are great, but it’s really the yarn that I love.

  447. Yarn every day… I will never get clear of the yarn fumes!

  448. Love the patterns and all the beautiful yarns. It’s fun planning on what projects to do next.

  449. Yarn is my lifeline to the world. With this string I can make anything 🙂

  450. Like your patterns, am hoping to have the tme to try some of them

  451. Yarn has played an amazing part of my life. Have knitted since I was 5 years old and have long since lost touch with the number of projects I’ve completed. One thing for sure, the yarn hand crafted into beautiful items have brought smiles to many family / friends and their friends and their friends’ friends. What better way to say “I Love You” .

  452. Yarn keeps me sane…. and your website is awesome! Thanks for the hard work in keeping it up to date and entertaining!

  453. Yarn keeps me sane…. and your website is awesome! Thanks for the hard work in keeping it up to date and entertaining!

  454. I love the patterns! So many yet so little time to make them all!

  455. You leave great ideas everyday that spark my imagination. Thank you.

  456. Love your posts- always great ideas and inspirations

  457. love to fill my computer time with all things yarn while a take a break from knitting, thanks for the patternyarn info!

  458. inspiring to start a new project.

  459. I like the inspirations. Has made me not only dig out my needles and yarn, but in my recent travels made several stops and purchased more beautiful yarns for projects! Now all I do is sit and knit! :-).

  460. The yarn’s are wonderful. Keep knitting,for your-self and others. It is good for your mind and body, The pattens are great!

  461. I love the inspirational patterns you post and yarn selections on your site. Thank you!

  462. I always enjoy finding your Facebook posts on my News Feed! What a great set of prize books. Keep on knitting!

  463. You make the “dreamer” in me come alive daily! I love the feel of yarn and creation of something warm, useful, and beautiful!

  464. Informative blog and just love the yarns. They make my hands just itch to handle some needles and make something beautiful!

  465. Love love love yarn!!! Really look forward to your posts every day; tips new yarn, patterns!!

  466. Love the patterns and that they give great ideas for specific yarns.

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  490. Love that y’all male knitting interesting! Keep up the good work

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