Giveaway: Warm Knitting Books

warm books giveawayI am one of those people who is cold all the time. So winter is especially unpleasant for me, even though I live in the south. Even inside the house I often can be found in layer upon layer of clothing, under a blanket, muttering about the cold.

I have decided I just need to knit myself a whole bunch of wool sweaters and socks and then never take them off all winter long.

If you’re a cold-natured person or just live in a colder climate than I do, this giveaway is for you. It’s three different books on the theme of knits to keep you warm:

(Links are to reviews on About.)

To get your hands on these fun books, leave a comment below before the end of the day next Monday (that’s Jan. 14, 2013). To keep with the cold and warm theme, why don’t you tell me whether you tend to be cold-natured or warm-natured? Or share your favorite way to get warm.

Thanks for entering and good luck!

Comments

  1. Sarah Mahan says

    I’m always cold. I drink coffee and tea a lot. I have several blankets stashed close by and I knit as much as I can when I’m not cuddling up with my husband and our 2 yr old

  2. says

    Interesting question because i’m both hot and cold natured. If my husband is cold, i’m not. If he’s hot, I’m chilly. We can’t ever get on the same wave length!

  3. Lillz+y says

    I’m cold even in summer times. But if I work and activate my body, I warm my self for a long time. My circulation is really bed, but I can deal with it. Hope ti get the books. Wish you all the best.
    Good luck to all.

  4. Carmen says

    This time of year I’m almost always cold. I like to drink warm fluids (coffee, tea, cocoa) and snuggle under warm blankets.

  5. sharon says

    I tend to be warm except for my nose which take the brunt of the cold. I have to cup it with both hand in order to keep it warm… Therefore making my hands cold. Vicious cycle.

  6. Sandra says

    I love knitting big things in the winder so I can keep my lap warm. I truly love knitting any chance I get.

  7. Sandra Merritt says

    I’m a self taught knitter of four years ands am always looking to improve. I’d love, love, love towin these knitting books.

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