Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Giveaway: Mojave

I just got back from a wonderful TNNA (more on that later) and was pleased to see the hard copies of my newest pattern, Mojave, were waiting for me when I got home.
While I get settled back into the swing of things I thought I'd offer a little giveaway. Leave me a comment, let me know what you think of my new pattern and in a couple days I'll draw a winner (or two or three) and send a hard copy of my Mojave pattern your way!


17 comments:

janet b said...

Very cool! I am really liking the two coloured cowl.

beth said...

I love the new pattern! I think the colorful infinity scarf would make a lovely holiday gift.

Vivianne said...

Your design is fantastic ! I would like to make one in soft pink and fushia !!!

Amy Munson said...

Love colorwork and such a beautiful pattern. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Olivia said...

I think both the multi-colored and two-colored versions are wonderful. Love all your patterns!

GynnaB said...

the infinity cowl is perfect! i was just thinking yesterday (when i first saw the pattern) that it would be the perfect pattern to showcase some handspun yarn that is in my stash!

Dana said...

I love that you did it in both multi-colored and monochromatic versions. :-) Dana

Tracey said...

So beautiful! I think grey and black or grey and navy woul look fabulous!!!

Dana said...

I'm in love with infinity cowls and love your color choices for both version of the mojave!

Dana

Small and Moody said...

I love your pattern, infinity scarves are my favorite! The multi-colors are awesome because there are so many color combinations to choose from. Thanks for a great giveaway!

helloknitty.net said...

It's very cute - I've seen similar motifs at stores a lot lately. I especially love your multi-colored version.

Laura said...

I love the pattern! It's something I could knit for my sister and she'd actually wear (and that's a big compliment)!

kamadres said...

I really like the colours of the cowl. My jackets are mostly black and I like colourful scarfs and cowls.

Johnston4kids said...

I'm always looking to improve my colorwork and smaller projects are so great for this!

thewalshfam said...

Your new pattern is beautiful! I'd love to knit it up!
Katie

Karen said...

I love the new pattern and would most likely knit it two colors or monochromatic. Beautiful!

Kathy said...

I really like that you're using fair isle to capture some of the native american designs. I've had some ideas in that area for awhile (not what you're doing) and I love that there is something truly different out there - out with the flowers, in with the geometric designs!