Congratulations to winners Sara and Jennie!
I have a confession to make: I get a lot of knitting books to review, and sometimes it takes me a very long time to get around to reviewing something. Sometimes even when I know a book is probably going to be really good I’ll put off reading it, for whatever reason.
I try to remedy this situation by occasionally doing a whole glut of reviews — I’ve done 15 this month! One of the books I finally got to this month was published a year ago and I feel really bad that I took this long to get to it because it’s a great one.
Knitting with Icelandic Wool is a collection of 65 patterns using that classic yarn, but it isn’t just top down, circular yoke, colorwork sweaters. There’s lace, solid color projects and stitch patterns, too. And while there are patterns in the classic, natural colors you’d expect from Icelandic knitting, there are also some really vibrant projects with jewel tones and even pastel.
This book is chock-full of inspiration and projects you’ll love. And I have two copies to give away.
For your chance to win, leave a comment on this post between now and the end of the day Sunday, March 2. There will be two winners.
Why don’t you tell me what you’re most looking forward to in whatever season it’s about to be where you live. Here, it’s tantalizingly close to spring, but it’s going to be colder this week, so I’m looking forward to consistently warm temperatures and spending more time outside!
Thanks for visiting and good luck!