Giveaway: Knitted Farm Animals

knitted farm animalsThe giveaway this week is another cute knitting book that does not involve garment knitting. Knitted Farm Animals (that’s a link to my review) is a collection of 15 little animals you might find in the barnyard, from pigs and sheep and chickens to less obvious choices like a llama and a turkey.

The projects are all either garter stitch or stockinette, so they’re pretty easy, though there is a lot of finishing to sew the pieces together and add the adorable details.

Just one copy of the book this week because my daughter has insisted she needs a llama so I need to keep my copy!

If you want to be in the running for this giveaway, leave a comment below before the end of the day Sunday (that’s March 3). Since last week’s was so fun, why don’t you tell me what animal you’d most like to knit (and why, if you have a reason).

Thanks and good luck!

Comments

  1. says

    I would love to make the chicks in purple & pink and maybe alittle bit of both including the cow in brownish white with a bit of green. My new nephew who just turned 1 in January 2013 would like to see all these animals.

  2. Peggy says

    I just LOVE sheep! Actually I love to make every kind of toy animal imaginable. I would just LOVE this book. Thanks for giving.

  3. Jessica says

    My daughter says she wants me to knit her a unicorn! Maybe I could add a horn to a horse. :) I’m sure she’d love any other animal also. Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. adrienne in moose jaw says

    Oh swoon! Luv, luv, luv it! Sheep would be the first animal (to add to my flock of sheep toys, handmade and purchased) followed by a llama (to start a new flock? herd? gaggle?).

    thanks for the very fun giveaway!

  5. Knitting Teresa says

    The baby chicks are really cute but I would knit a bunny rabbit to go with my collection of ceranic bunnies in my bedroom. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

  6. joyce says

    I am a new gramma, so I can imagine knitting whatever animal is the favorite of my grandchildren. Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. Chris Lawson says

    My daughter has a pig addiction so first of the rank would definitely be a pink pig! Thanks for a great giveaway :)

  8. Nancy D says

    I would have to do a cow because its my daughters favorite. And then of course some chicks for Easter.

  9. Kathy H says

    I would be knitting a sheep. I collect them in every form. They are a reminder to me of The Great Shepherd and how he cares for his sheep. Be especially blessed, Kathy

  10. Elena T says

    There is a giant metal chicken statue in front of a grocery store nearby. Friends got lost one day and kept texting that instead of finding the freeway, they were back at the giant metal chicken – happened 4 times! So I need to make a chicken.

  11. Deb E. says

    I would love to knit the turkey first. I could display it at Thanksgiving of course and it would be the center of attention! What a darling book! Thanks for the review.

  12. Lexi says

    So cute!!! I would have to start with a sheep, and my daughter adores them especially! Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. shawn says

    Oh, I would love to do a sheep or cow, pig just about anything. I would love to win this book. Thanks for the giveaway.

  14. Emily Carter says

    All the animals look amazing! My kids would probably enjoy the pigs the most! :) The sheep dog would be for me!

  15. maureen murray says

    I love knitting toys doll and knitting animals would be the icing on the cake would love the book

  16. Megan Barker says

    I would love to knit a hen because I have 3 hens at home and I love them lots. I visit them every day and they lay the yummiest eggs in the world! I think this books would be so much fun!

  17. Leah says

    I would knit a llama for a little friend who loves the book “Is Your Mama a Llama?” I also have a soft spot for it as I read it MANY times for my own children years ago.

  18. Robin Crittenden says

    Love the book. My brother has chickens and I’d love to send these to him.

  19. C Shelley says

    What an exciting opportunity to win this awesome book ~ that and my first grandchild on the way! Hip Hip Hooray! ?

  20. Helen Clancy says

    What a gorgeous book!!! I make little piggies out of socks so it would be great to have a go at knitting one!! :0)

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