Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Win Nicky Epstiein's Book : The essential edgings collection

Happy Summer. 
I'm raffling off this book and you could win it. 
You know how this works, Leave a comment and I'll pick a winner tomorrow. 
You must tell me a favorite song of yours. 
That's it .

This large book is really beautiful and full of great knitting information. 
 My favorite part of the book is the chapter on colors in the back. 

All, knitters regardless of skill level will love this book, it says so on the jacket. 

Good luck


Karen said...
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Karen said...

My favorite song is Cherish by The Association. It is an old song from the late 60's. I would like to be entered in the drawing for Nicky Epstein's book.

Vera said...

What a sweet give-away. A favorite song at the moment is "Satisfy Me" by Anderson East. Also "To Keep and to be Kept" by Jack Ladder and the Dreamlanders (he's got to have the sexiest voice EVER!!!). Thanks for the chance.

Grace said...

moody blue's Knights in White Satin

Katherine said...

I love the sheep edging!! My favorite song is Frank Sinatra's I Get A Kick Outta You. Carrie and I used to sing it together and laugh about our off-key harmonizing.

knitterbeader said...

So hard to pick just one, but "Forever and Ever, Amen" sung by Randy Travis makes me want to sing along!

elns said...

I am with Katherine and think the sheep edging is too cute. I have very poppy taste, but a song that I smile every time it comes on is Bohemian Rhapsody.

Karen51 said...

I am loving the favorite songs already mentioned above, especially "cherish." I have been singing "See you in September." But I am loving summer in Wisconsin!

Araignee said...

Fields of Gold by Sting. It makes me cry every time I hear it.

Caffeine Girl said...

I know this dates me, but my favorite song is "Tangled up in Blue," by Dylan.

jodie said...

My favorite song is, Please Come to Boston! Thank you for the chance to win!

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Very hard to pick just one..... but let's go with Paperback Writer, by the Beatles!

lyle said...

Let it Be by the Beatles will always hold first place in my heart.
I had it sung at my husband's funeral twenty-five years ago.

kathy b said...

I forgot to add my own favorite songs:
Vincent, Starry Starry Night
Amazing Grace
Jolene, by Dolly Parton
Paradise by the Dashboard Light
Fat Bottomed Girls
and my favorite: He stopped Lovin her Today!

Nancy Kay said...

This looks like a great book!!

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