A Great Giveaway for Spring: Floral Knits

floral knits

Congrats to our winner Melody!

It’s unseasonably cold today where I live after a week of unseasonable warm had us all convinced that maybe winter really was gone for good.

I don’t know what the weather is like where you are, but I could sure use some more spring and summery blooms to brighten my day right about now.

In that spirit, this week I’m giving away a copy of Floral Knits by Martin Storey. This pretty book is full of patterns with flowers on them, whether as a simple single-color embellishment or a riot of color that summer would envy.

For your chance to win this one, leave a comment on this post before the end of the day Sunday, April 20. Why don’t you tell me what your favorite spring flower is? I would usually say tulips, but I’m really loving the combination of redbuds and dogwoods I’m seeing this year!

Thanks for visiting, commenting and sharing and good luck.


  1. Rose S. says

    It is hard to chose between daffodils and crocus but when it comes to knitting patterns, I love Martin Storey all the way!! Thanks for an awesome giveaway.

  2. Dennis Mullins Sr says

    I love it when my cherry trees are in full bloom like they are now but with the freeze we will not have cherries this year. Thanks for the giveaway and Happy Spring.

  3. Mary Mac says

    Daffodils are the first flowers to come out for spring where I live. I have several types and look forward to Feb/March each year.

  4. Margay says

    My daughter loves daffodils and those are pretty cool, but I love the really delicate ones, like impatiens.

  5. Vivian Louise, AKA Mrs. The Everlasting Phelps says

    Muscari. Oh, how I love those flowers. I love, love, love them!

  6. geri actor says

    My favorite spring flowers are daylilies, some of which will bloom in February in California!

  7. Debbie says

    Where I live there are Crepe Myrtle trees everywhere. They come in various colors,but pink is my favorite.The blooms last at least three months.

  8. Linda Henkel says

    I am always excited to see and smell
    the first lilies of the valley. I also take to the wood
    to spot the dog toothed violets, a tradition begun as a child many years ago

  9. C van schoor says

    After this long strange winter any flower is welcome, but my favorite is the little often overlooked crocus. First to peek it’s beauty out for all to see. When I see them every year – I smile and know that many flowers will follow shortly.

  10. Theresa says

    I love how pretty the forsythias are in the spring. Their yellow color makes everything look sunny.


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