Was it your lucky day?
Here are the winners from the giveaway that started last week. Keep an eye on the email address you used when you left your comment as I’ll be sending out instructions to claim your prize!
These 10 lucky people will each receive a ball of Noro Cyochin yarn. Yummy! Color to be determined.
- Gail: I would happily knit the baby girl cardigan, hat and toy for my granddaughter.
- Dawn M: I love the Batwing Colorblock Topper – Casual but sort of elegant at the same time
- Barbara W:I love the textured shawl. That will be my project for winter.
- Shirley: I’d like to make #28 the crochet V-neck top and #25 the Capelet! They’re all great!
- Susan C: 32-34 Baby Boy Cardigan, Teddy Bear And Hat would be my choice with my brand spanking new grandson in mind.
- Cheryl: For both guesses Trellis lace Duster I would def make it and see no reason it wouldn’t be the favorite
- Christine M: I like 18, the Mesh Wrap Cardigan.
- Jan: I would try the patchwork mesh top. I would take a ball of yarn for the boy cardigan.
- Alexis: I suspect Ann’s favorite pattern is the semi-circle shawl since it was selected as the cover photo of the magazine.
- Cheryl: Ann’s favorite sweater, I am guessing at # 14. I also love that one and would make it also.
These 10 lucky people will each win a copy of the new Noro book “Sweet Winter”, which features Cyochin, Shiro, and Obi yarns.
- Cynthia: I would have to say #22 the Mesh Banded Pullover….most exciting colors and textures.
- Emely: #15 Multidirectional Cap Sleeve Top
- Kim: Personally, I’d love to crochet the @27 Cardigan. The choice for Ann was tougher, but I’ll go with the #22 pullover.
- Christi: I absolutely love the #24 tank dress. I would love to make that for my daughter.
- Kaye: a new knitter, I am thinking I would like to try making a shawl soon…therefore I like the following PATTER N06 – Semi-Circle Shawl From Publication: Noro Magazine #02 (Spring 2013)
- Shelley: I love sweater number 22. Love the color and style.
- Erica G: The crochet V-neck cardi for both my and Anne’s pic! I love the style!
- Liz: I love the cover project – I have this magazine from the iPad app – I am trying to get some other projects done and started for Christmas – and since I have 2 grandbabies on the way – one is a boy and the little sweater will be made for him. Other grandbaby is unknown gender as of now. Ann would probably like #17 – that is my guess.
- Reba: I think Ann would like #17 the crop mesh cardi.
- Beth B: I really like the textured look of sweater # 22 – Mesh banded pullover. I think Ann’s favorite sweater might be #17 – Cropped Mesh Cardi.
Part of the game was to guess which sweater would be Ann’s favorite. That is “my” favorite and I thought, “Oh, no! I have to select just one?!”
We had 286 entries, so I didn’t compile the personal favorite sweaters, but I whipped through to see what people selected for me.
The top 5 sweaters were:
The Mesh Banded Pullover by Annabelle Speer was the leader with 13 votes! I can see why people like it. This is a pretty sweater and the texture will keep your interest as you’re working.
Number 2 was the Cropped Mesh Cardi by Cheryl Murry with 11 votes. That surprised me so I had to take a second look. I can see the appeal because it is a cute top, but I’d probably want to change the colors.
Coming in at #3 with 8 votes is the Batwing Colorblock Topper by Andrea Babb. I’ll admit I did think this was an interesting top when I first saw the magazine. The pattern covers four bust sizes from 39 1/2 to 50″. Since it would be a little oversized on me I’d probably use it for layering before we got into jacket weather.
Close on the Batwing Topper’s heels is the Round Yoke Pullover with 7 votes. This is a fun top. Luckily I knit and crochet so I could tackle this one.
Rounding out the top 5 with 6 votes is the Trellis Lace Duster by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby. Most of the people who voted for it said it was stunning and I have to agree. You’d make an entrance in this garment!
I had as much trouble selecting a favorite as the people who entered the giveaway. Fortunately, I was able to look back at my previous blog post about this issue to jog my memory!
I have to say the Shortrow Colorblock Top by Wilma Peers is still top of my list. The construction looks like a fun challenge and the finished look is great. People would know right away that this top didn’t come from a store!
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