11.19.2014

Book Review and Giveaway: Curls By Hunter Hammersen

This fall Hunter Hammersen (a knit designer/author and long time friend) and I made a pact.  When Knockout Knits was released she would review it on her blog... and then when her new book, Curls, was announced I would do the same!  Well... it's time for me to make good, and I am SO glad I made this deal as I am adding a STUNNING new book to my collection! (and read below, you could win one for your library too!)
 

First off, there is something about Curls that is irresistible... it dives deep into one particular construction (or rather increase solution) that creates a curl. These curls can be made in any size, any weight yarn and easily translate into intricate lace patterns. The book begins with simpler stitches for the first curls and works up to more advanced stitches as the book progresses.  All in all there are 14 Curl designs to choose from.
I've had a little obsession with boomerang shaping lately, and I spent some time this afternoon discovering the difference between a curl and a boomerang.  In a curl all the increases happen on one edge (sometimes on the right side and sometimes on the right and wrong sides, depending on the design) and the other edge is worked straight.  In a boomerang shaped shawl, increases happen on both the right and wrong sides of one edge, and a decrease happens on only one side of the other edge which causes the shawl to tilt as it is knit but not have a curl to it.
Hunter's Nacarat Curl on the left, my Magmatic Boom on the right
I adore the time Hunter spends helping you understand the anatomy of a Curl and how her stitch patterns fit into them.  Every pattern has a diagram of how the construction works for that particular design and the anatomy section at the beginning of the book helps you translate this for the design you choose to knit!
And guess what?  I've got a printed copy of Curls for one winner, along with a skein of Sweet Georgia CashSilk Lace in Ginger from stash which I think would be perfect for a laceweight Curl!!!!!

Who wants a chance to own this set?  Just leave a comment letting me know which curl you are most drawn to knitting first.  You can see them all listed on Ravelry here. Don't forget to leave a way to get in touch with you.  I'll leave comments open until November 25th at noon EST and then randomly choose a winner!

174 comments:

  1. Love this book, and the premise of doing your own thing with these patterns! Sinopia definitely speaks to me the most for a first go round. sylviadresser@gmail.com

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  2. I would love to knit all of Hunters designs!

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  3. I LOVE the cover curl, Filemot! Rav amchart

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  4. They're all gorgeous but I like Argent best.
    wahoomerryf on Ravelry

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  5. Wow! I love these. Filemot is very special.

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  6. Filemot and Nacarat are tied for 1st place!
    dswgr6 on Ravelry

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  7. I like Cerise the best. And of course I love Sweet Georgia, from fellow a Vancouverite.

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  8. Love all the patterns but Sinopeia is my fav. The book looks very interesting and I love learning new knitting techniques.
    Carolm7323 on Ravelry.

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  9. So lovely! I'm intrigued by so many but the Icterine is my favorite - looks so cozy and yet glamorous. Thanks for the giveaway!
    UberOrange on Ravelry

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  10. I love cerise! It has my name on it with the beautiful yarn by Sweet Georgia! Dallasblonde

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  11. I love Filemot but they are all beautiful!
    Luckystitches on Ravelry.

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  12. Beautiful. I have been looking at these on ravelry and love the cover design. That one the most, but they are all awesome. I love knitting curled things.

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  13. I like them all, but if I only can choose one it will be Nacarat. I like the one sided curl, and the possibilities of adding beads; and lots of them .

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  14. This book is amazing! I've been drooling over the cover design (Filemot). Thanks for giving us a chance to win the book and the yarn.

    Jennifer
    (hilljs on Ravelry)

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  15. I love all of these shawls! The first one I would make is Infuscate because the stitch pattern looks like a lot of fun!

    davenlori98 on Ravelry

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  16. I'm torn between Filemot and Cerise-- they're both so different from shawls I've knit before. :). --Bookaholic13 on Ravelry

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  17. The patterns are gorgeous! I LOVE the feminine beauty of Filemot. And the Sweet Georgia yarn in the delicious ginger colorway...YUM!
    lautakel on Ravelry

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  18. It was hard to decide which shawl I would try first but my eye caught Infuscate because it's so different than anything I've ever tried!

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  19. I love them all however Sinopia is calling to me first. I also would be excited to try knitting with Sweet Georgia yarns.

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  20. I love the Infuscate! (I'm WordLily on Rav.)

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  21. I think my favourite is Caesious. It looks cosy but it's a little heavier than the yarn you're offering as a prize. I think I'd turn that luscious CashSilk Lace into Argent. Thanks for a fun contest. (Denys on Ravelry)

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  22. Icterine is just so lovely!
    culabrat on Ravelry

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  23. I really like Sinopia--lace but not too frilly.
    Molecularknit on Ravelry.

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  24. Filament! I love curly, wavy stitch motifs! Love! Love!

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  25. Oh I love the Filemot! I have a friend in Louisiana who loves the color of the yarn you are giving and the pattern reminds of the the ironwork in New Orleans. That would definitely be the first one for me. Rav name : stlwatrs

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  26. Ooooooo I am Cerise and Argent! I am sleekymom on Ravelry

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  27. I would have to make filemot first but the choice isn't an easy one!

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  28. I am torn -- but would have to go with Filemot.

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  29. The cover design just slays me.

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  30. These are simply fabulous! Filemot or Icterine for me!

    Needlecat on Ravelry

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  31. It's hard to decide because all are so lovely! But I think I would start with Caesious!

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  32. They are all beautiful and feminine but the stitches on the Filemot are unlike any I've seen before, so I would have to start with it. Thanks for a peek at the book :) Sonnydays on Rav

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  33. Filemot is gorgeous! Quite a challenge, but I love it. Knitterlydesigns on ravelry

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  34. Ooooh! I like them all but Caesious really catches my eye with its casual elegance. Cheers! pinkysuede on Ravelry

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  35. I think Sinopia is first on my list. I'm lseidl on Ravelry.

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  36. Love them all . Always wanting.g to learn new techniques. The. First would have to be Filmont , followed by Obfuscate. That is just the start. Would have to make time to knit a few o these. Catherine's on ravelry.

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  37. I'm drawn to the solidity of Gridelin.
    I am longyarn on Ravelry

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  38. Learn a new construction? YES!! I love the Watchet.
    knitter5319 on ravelry

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  39. Filemot is my choice by far. This is one of the most beautiful collections I have ever seen. DanaOfUnwind on Ravelry. (I hope this didn't double post! My first one didn't show up!)

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  40. I am in love with Filemot and Sinopia. Elly529 on ravelry.

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  41. I'm totally in love with Filemot.....there's a good reason why it is the cover feature!
    Sietsma on Ravelry

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  42. The purple curl, you know the first one in the third row. Thanks for the giveaway Laura!!!

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  43. Oh yeah, in case I win my email is debbiemyers707@gmail.com

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  44. So stunning, all of them! I'd start with Caesious and keep on going...(dena on Rav)

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  45. I really like Cerise the best, but I'm sure I'll knit a lot of these eventually.

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  46. I love them ALL, but Infuscate is my fave! I might have to knit some easier ones first, but that's no problem! Hope I win! lynne(dot)phelps(at)gmail(dot)com

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  47. This book looks amazing! Hard to pick one pattern, I think "Icterine" would be first on the needles just because I'm into cables at the min. Helspurlz on ravelry and instagram :-)

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  48. Thank you for the giveaway! I'd love to start with Nacarat. QuiltingGeek on Ravelry. :)

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  49. Gosh, so hard. I think that Nacarat would be the first one. Knitsensei on Ravelry. Thanks for the chance!

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  50. Wow, it's as hard to choose one of these as it was to pick a first from Knockout Knits! :) I will choose Filemot, because it looks challenging and different from anything I've knit before - and I always love something new. thanks!! sleepymle on ravelry

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  51. Wow, and Wow!! I think I like the Filemot shawl the best, but all of the patterns are so beautiful. I am really into the curling ends at the moment, so many of these would find their way onto my needles. stitchalong on Rav

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  52. This is a seriously hard choice - I've been watching each "curl" on Hunter's blog the last 2 weeks and I love them all. I think my favorite is Filemot though - that stitch pattern is so pretty! Thanks so much for the amazing giveaway :)

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  53. These are absolutely gorgeous. I'm particularly fond of Cerise. It's so twirly!

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  54. What an amazing collection! Even if I don't win I will certainly buy the book. Sinopia will be first on my list. Paburk on rav.

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  55. Hi Laura - what a neat collection! Cerise is whispering to me - that spiral curl is so charming!

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  56. Nacarat is probably first, but they are all beautiful.

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  57. Caesious looks like it might work well with variegated yarns. I am itching to try it! Many wonderful stitch patterns in the book - Icterine, nacarat and Filemot.

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  58. I've fallen head over heels for Filemot. All of them are gorgeous really!
    I'm dutte on Ravelry.

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  59. Well, I swore I had all the patterns that I will ever want but I was wrong. All are interesting and Icterine looks totally yummy.

    You enabler, you!
    PilotJoyce on Ravelry

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  60. I really like caesious.
    Thank you for the giveaway, Laura. :)
    Backtobasics on rav

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  61. I think I would knit Cerise first, it's construction looks intriguing.
    Amandainluanda on Ravelry

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  62. I am in love with the rhythms of Filemot. apologies if this is a duplicate post...

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  63. I think my first choice would be Nacarat. The color of the yarn appeals to me as does the pattern but there really are too many great choices.

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  64. Caesious looks like it might work well with variegated yarns.

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  65. Caesious, but they are all gorgeous! I want them all!

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  66. Argent is my favorite. Thanks. I'm goodstuff on Ravelry.

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  67. Love the construction of these shawls! It looks like lots of new techniques that I would enjoy learning. My favorite, have-to-knit-now is definitely Argent! I'm not sure if it's the stripey-effect on it or the fact that this means money in French but whatever it is, its gorgeous!
    Ravelry ID: lkgervitz

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  68. Wow!!! After completing Magia, Filemot would be a great complement to skill stretching! Thank you for the lovely review, Laura!!! capitalK on Rav

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  69. I think I would have to start with Caesious. mrsshowers on Ravelry.

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  70. Love argent. It was the first one I saw and then had to look at the rest. knitmom68 on Ravelry

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  71. I love the shapes in the patterns...I am drawn to Filemont for sure, but see many I would love to knit

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  72. Oh! Nacarat or Sinopia look perfect for a coworker of mine! She is very classy :)

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  73. Sinopia would be my first choice to knit. This looks like a very interesting and fascinating book. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  74. Icterine! Love it and never seen anything quite like it!

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  75. I would start with filemot so beautiful

    Thecozyknitter on rav

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  76. All the patterns are beautiful, but I would knit Cerise first.
    jamoko on Ravelry

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  77. What an amazing collection! I'm drawn to Argent.
    Jennifer in Ohio (RavID IronicalKnitter)

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  78. What a beautiful collection of shawls! It was so hard to decide on one, but I think Icterine is so neat with those intricate stitches. Love it!

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  79. Ooooooh! I hope I win! michelejm@gmail.com

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  80. Icterine for me. Lovely patterns all of them.
    nafoster on Ravelry

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  81. How can one possible choose just one design? I'm stuck between Caesious and Chlorochrous. I already know which yarn I could use from my stash for both of these. Curlypow3 on ravelry

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  82. I think I would try Sinopia - it has curls but also looks very versatile. lhyatt on ravelry

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  83. Pick just one? They are all just lovely ~ but, I pick "Icterine" as my first choice with "Caesious" as number 2. Wow! Laura, you are so thoughtful and generous. I too, look forward to adding this lovely book to my Library. Thank you!! Warm hugs from Briggie @ Ravelry

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  84. What an interesting idea for a book, I'm intrigued! Cerise is the one catching my eye at the moment - so dramatic!

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  85. I would love to knit Ianthine. Ravelry ID - Dadouz

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  86. Intriguing book! I love the look of Icterine! I would knit that first. woolyeyes on Ravelry.

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  87. I love the Sinopia curl. I would live to win. I admire Hunter.
    Rinebird on Ravelry

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  88. I love them all - I'd start with CERISE and Chlorochrous working my way up to Filemot which looks spectacular!!!! (Laura, your book is hot on my shelf and as soon as I finish off the holiday knitting, I'm diving in for myself!)

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  89. Ianthine would be the first item I would knit.

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  90. Since you asked which would be first, I'll go with Chlorochrous - although I know I'd knit more than just one of these lovely patterns.

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  91. What an amazing book! Always ready for a challenge, I'm game to try the beautiful lacy Filemont wrap shown on the cover.

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  92. So hard to choose! I narowed it down to Watchet (like a pond riffling on a breezy day!) and Filemot (like ferns!) and honestly, I would have to flip a coin which one to knit first.
    This book looks like my cup of tea, entirely. And the yarn looks like a dream :)
    Thank you for the lovely giveaway opp!
    quinn on rav

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  93. Icterine and Filemot are the two that I am most drawn to! (Artmajorese on Ravelry)

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  94. Mille grazie for the giveaway.

    As a beginner knitter, I'm drawn to learning new techniques (being a binge purchaser of one skein luxury yarns) and this book would fit the bill.

    I'm especially drawn to Cerise.

    Rav ID is Tagati.

    Mahalo.

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  95. I really Gridelin, it is simple and elegant very classy. RavID: TingTingKnits

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  96. So hard to choose! I'd say I'd start with Nacarat. And work my way through them all. :)

    Chaoticredhead on Ravelry

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  97. I like gridelin because it is not too complicated. RavID puppet5

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  98. I like the possibilities with these patterns for yarns & sizes! There are 2 I really love but I can see me knitting a couple of the other patterns also. My 1st choice is Sinopia and 2nd is Filemot.
    I didn't really fit the profiles and hate to be anonymous so I am putting my name here: Doris Walker, doriswalkermt@yahoo.com

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  99. nacarat would be my first choice, but all beautiful patterns!
    i'm jannyl on ravelry.

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  100. They are all gorgeous.....really like the Pavonated. I am knit1baketoo on Revelry.

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  101. SO hard to make a decision, but I think I would make the cover pattern, Filemot, first. I love the precision of the lace pattern. On Ravelry, I am "ingleterra."

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  102. One? Oh my! I don't know if I can pick just one! They are all so fantastic, for very different reasons. I'd love to win a copy of the book! If I don't, it is definitely going on my Christmas list. My top three favorites are as follows:

    1. Chlorochrous
    2. Filemot
    3. Caesious

    I would definitely want to knit Chlorochrous first. It's just gorgeous, yet so simple. I love that!

    Rav ID: knitsannechains
    Email: knitsannechainsATgoogleDOTcom

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  103. I am drawn to the cover piece, Filemot. It has such sharp definition. I will definitely make that piece first, if I ever gain access to the book!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  104. I'm most drawn to the cover curl at the moment, but I'm a fickle knitter :-) Who knows! But I love how asymmetric and curl shapes really stay put on me so I'm very excited about this book!

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  105. All the designs are beautiful, so it is hard to choose just one. But I would start with Cerise and Sinopia. And how can anyone lose with Sweet Georgia Yarn....love, love, love it. Thanks for the review.

    Cindymalone on Ravelry

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  106. Adore Filemot! I'm bellasocks on rav :)

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  107. I added Knockout Knits to my library and loved it so much, I bought more to give as gifts. This book looks like another winner for my library and more gifts for under my friends tree. Thank you!
    Hope you and your family have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving.

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  108. Sinopia is breathtaking!

    Lucy21789 in Rav.

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  109. What cool patterns! I love the way that Fulvous curls when it hangs.
    Lindaran on Rav

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  110. Icterine is interesting. lauraog@eastlink.ca

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  111. Icterine is interesting. lauraog@eastlink.ca

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  112. I'm a sucker for that spiral in Cerise. And in that color is gorgeous!

    Ravelry Heartwise

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  113. Watchet is one of many I'd like to knit. love the yarn choice too
    Ryarns625@gmail.com

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  114. This book looks fastenating. Would love to win the set.

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  115. Icterine

    Ravelry red0506

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  116. This looks amazing - I love Nacarat and Fulvous

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  117. They are all beautiful.
    Lmecoll on Rav

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  118. I would knit Sinopia first and thank you for this lovely giveaway!

    Rav: HollyBerries

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  119. They are all beautiful. .Hard to pick just one! But Cerise is one of my favorites!
    Rav: Jankk

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  120. Caesious looks like a simple & elegant shawl - just beautiful!!
    RavID: 9crafty11

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  121. It's really hard to decide - I love them all! but I think my first project would have to be the one on the cover - Filemot. RavName: nittenpurlin

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  122. Fabulous shawls. My favorite would have to be Icterine, Filemot and Infuscate. genies003:ravelry.

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  123. I like the look of Caesious. I could probably knit that up quick. You can reach me at Raverly: jadedea

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  124. Intriguing! Meets my rule of at least 3 things I think I will knit before I buy a book. First to knit - Pavonated. Karencreates on ravelry.

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  125. Curls would give any knitter cast-itis but Filemont would be CO first. And of course Sweet Georgia yarn would be luscious to start! Now, how will I do this with ALL my fingers crossed !
    Mariaeb on Rav

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  126. I love Filemont, so that would be the first.
    thecatisfelting on Ravelry

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  127. What a beautiful shape - so versatile. And Filemot looks like a such a wonderful pattern to interpret in this wrap. lealanau on Rav

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  128. Oh Filemot...!!! yes, please. grwhryrpltd on Rav

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  129. Filemot for sure...Infuscate close second, immediately followed by the rest! DeedaMcDarr on Rav

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  130. I got the e-book as soon as I saw the patterns, but I'd love a hard copy for my library. I love the flexibility of every pattern to suit your yarn and needle choices. My first project will be a deep red Cherise! Knitwitvic on Ravelry.

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  131. Really hard to pick just one design as I love all of them! Filemot, the cover, maybe a teeny tiny bit more. ElaMela on Ravelry.

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  132. Love them all, but my first project would definitely be Cherise. Love the curl in that one.
    Lonneke on Ravelry

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  133. I was immediately drawn to Sinopia, so hard to choose just one! Snappish on Ravelry

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  134. I like Icterine! That would definitely be my first project!

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  135. I love Filemot, I find the stitch pattern fascinating :)
    I'm 3owin on ravelry.

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  136. Oh my goodness...so much pretty! I am torn between Filemot, Sinopia, and Icterine.
    Warmly, Knittn4Fun on Rav

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  137. Am in the middle of Magmatic Boom, LOVE the curl look! I think this will be my next project~~

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  138. Tough call, but I'll have to go with Icterine!

    Rav ID: caffeine72

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  139. So pretty! I'd want to give Sinopia a try first
    ebl8 on rav

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  140. I love the Caesious pattern :) JLCherry33 on Ravelry

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  141. Filemot caught my eye first. But I'm a huge fan of Sinopia, too. (PaulaJn on Ravelry)

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  142. I am totally drawn to the cover design, Filemont. Soooooo pretty!

    Rachel R.
    rkray3 AT yahoo DOT com

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  143. I love many of them, but I keep going back to Cerise. It's the curliest!

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  144. I like the bulk of the patterns but my eyes were definitely drawn to Filemot. Even if I don't win, I may have to purchase the ebook anyway as the patterns are gorgeous!

    If I win, please send an email to nakedorangie(at)gmail

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  145. I would like to do Watchet in a gradient yarn. czsknits on Ravelry!

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  146. i love Infuscate, Nacarat and Filemot. gibbles83 is my ravelry id

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  147. I am itching to make the cover (Filemot)! Ravelry ID: kattolio

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  148. I like them all bunches but argent looks very wearable for Texas. Fun stuff!

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  149. I'm quite taken with Cerise. marjact121991@gmail.com or marjact on Ravelry

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  150. Snopia is my choice it is so pretty. Zytigg on Ravelry.

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  151. I know a lot of people are choosing it... but Filemot is just stunning.

    I'm NicoleS on Ravelry.

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  152. What a fantastic collection! They are all gorgeous!
    If i had to choose a first... it think it would be "Cerise"

    Thank you so much for the generous giveaway! Good luck to all!! :)

    Ravelry ID: Jenn2Marie

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  153. Filemot, in a light yellow green because its organic pattern reminds me of springtime fiddle head ferns (can't wait!). But I'd use the Sweet Georgia in Ginger to knit Icterine, since its pattern looks a bit like giant wheat heads laden with kernels (and on my monitor that yarn looks golden). --Eliza Jane White on Ravelry

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  154. Love pretty much all of these designs, but Filemot would be first up to knit.

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  155. Without a doubt: Filemot. It was love at first sight.

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  156. I love them all!! But must start with one, right? Satchet is the one to knit first! (Pajara in Ravelry)

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  157. I love the curl that Cerise forms (ctgctrrun in Ravelry)

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  158. I love them all too - I think Infuscate and Icterine are tied for first place with me (hirsheybolt on Ravelry)

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  159. Wow, that's a job narrowing it down to one. Guess I'd go with Snopia. I like it's gentle nature. How to find the time for keeping up with both Laura and Hunter's designs?
    Twosaners on ravelry

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  160. I have already cast on Argent, it seemed about perfect for my colorful skein of KPPPM I wanted to knit with so badly.
    My most favourite though is Icterine - great for the cold winter days to come!
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  161. I want to start Ianthine first, they are all stunning. Not a clunker in the bunch! Can't wait! Knitternaughty on Ravelry

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  162. Filmot would be my first choice. I'm always drawn to the most intricate designs. Redtiger on Ravelry.

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  163. They all look fabulous! I must admit I am drawn to Chlorochorus at first glance! Looks like a good start to a book that would be well loved. Knitty48 on ravelry

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  164. I would start with Fulvous (a lovely color such as found on a Fulvous Whisling Duck) - Hunter's designs are such that each pattern has its own rhythm and it fascinates me to see a piece take shape. msorett on ravelry

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  165. So hard to choose just one! I would probably start with Sinopia. I love them all. I can't wait to own this book. :)
    ravid: mamacass
    email: cassie.marion@vigocounty.in.gov
    Thanks!

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  166. I really like Chlorochrous.

    (NicDC on rav)

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  167. What an amazing selection of fun stuff!!!

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  168. I'm crazy about that red violet looking shawl. I love the way it curls down the front. Of course, there are many others I would make in this group!

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