March Giveaway! Submit a knithack and you could win these great books!

I have three fabulous knitting books to give away in one great prize pack … I love them all and you should too!

HOW TO ENTER:

Submit a knithack during the month of March – can be your own creation or one you spot – using one of the methods below:

Everyone who submits a knithack, whether it’s posted on the blog or not, will be eligible to win the prize pack. I will conduct a random draw the first week of April and the prize winner will be announced no later than April 15th, 2012.

Submissions will be accepted until March 31st 2012 11:59pm EST. One (1) winner will be selected randomly from all tweets, email submisisons, form submissions and blog comments received. The winner will receive one (1) copy each of Stitch London, Knit The City and 10 Secrets of the Laidback Knitters, together valued at approx. $60 USD, shipping included. Winners will be revealed by April 15th. No purchase necessary, contest open to all residents of Europe and North America.

ABOUT THE BOOKS / AUTHORS


http://laidbackknitters.com


http://www.stitchldn.com


http://www.stitchldn.com

:: Special thanks to Vicki (@knittingnews) and Lauren (@deadlyknitshade) for sending me their fabulous books. ::

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    I’m sorry if that isn’t considered a proper knithack…I am still trying to understand what it is.

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