Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Lily Go's Metropolitan Shawl Kit Giveaway

Congratulations to Kae!
She is also winkm33 on Ravelry.
Please email me, sandrasingh@sandrasingh.com

Thank you everyone for entering!

My first Blog Giveaway for April is Lily Go's Metropolitan Shawl and a skein of Dream In Color's Smooshy to knit it in!

Metropolitan Shawl

I've often called the talented knitwear designer Lily Go "Queen of the Empire Waist Top." Through out her career she has reworked this classic tunic style adding modern feminine details such as lace, cables, buttons, belled sleeves and more. Lily believes in custom fit garments, tailored to flatter your shape and lifestyle and she writes her patterns with particular attention to waist, neckline and sleeve shaping.

Each of Lily's designs provides step by step instructions and measurement charts to ensure that each garment you create is custom fit to your exact size. Most of her tops are knit top down in the round with no seaming thus allowing you to try on as you go. For these reasons her figure flattering Simple Cabled Cardigan, Empire, Lace Sleeves, Dahlia, Sunshine and the crocheted Orchid have been big hits with my clientele.

Simple Cabled Cardigan

Empire

Lace Sleeves
Dahlia

Sunshine

Orchid

Lily has recently turned her attention to designing shawls and you'll be happy she did once you see her four new lacey creations. This giveaway is for her new Metropolitan Shawl which was inspired by Lily's view of a big city. Metropolitan begins with stitches cast on for the lace edge along the two lower sides, then stitches are decreased to produce a triangle shape and its knit with only one skeins of Dream In Color's Smooshy.

Metropolitan
Finished Size: 102 cm (40”) across top edge, 51 cm (20”) long from centre top to point.

Dream In Color Smooshy, Lipstick Lava

Bella

Darling triangular Bella combines a stockinette stitch body with scalloped edges and its knit quickly in only 370 yards of your favorite fingering weight. Pigeonroof Studios' Circe or Original Sock would make this shawl as unique as it is beautiful.

Narnia

Poison Ivy

And Narnia and Poison Ivy are also triangular shawls and are worked from the top down. All of Lily's shawl patterns includes charts, written instructions, stitch count totals for every row and tips how to make a larger shawl and the yardage needed.

Can't decide which shawl project to knit first? With Lily's new eBook you won't have to, the Shawls to Knit Collection includes all four of these designs, for only $15! And visit Fingering Weight and DK Weight to find the perfect yarn for one of these projects, email or call any time I'd be happy to help you decide.

Lily is also a busy mother. She designed this darling play dress Laurie for her oldest daughter. Its an easy knit project with some crochet finishes. To make it special, Lily added slightly ruffled sleeves and skirt hem plus two pockets so your sweet little one can carry her favorite sweets. It's a perfect dress for a play date.

Laurie
Sizes: 2. 4, 6, 8 & 10 years
Finished Measurements: Chest 58, 63.5, 68.5, 72, 76 cm or 22.8, 25, 27, 28.5 30"

Laurie includes a tutorial to make the crocheted picot bind off, to attach the pocket and to make button loops using a tapestry needle and instructions for knitting the dress in a Sport or DK weight yarn.

I've had the pleasure of working with Lily for almost six years and as you can see, though I was very new to the fiber arts industry, I immediately recognized her talent and exquisite attention to detail. Lily has grown as a designer writing patterns with even more flair and taking knitters in new directions. I'm happy she took a moment out of her busy schedule to agree to this Blog Giveaway and to answer a few questions for us.

Hello Lily, thank you for joining us, please tell us about yourself.

I live on a tropical island called Penang which is one of the states in a country called Malaysia, but it does not stop me from learning how to knit. I knew how to crochet since I was 6 and taught myself to knit about 4 years ago and after a couple of projects, I began designing my own patterns. I just love the process of designing my own patterns, from the imagining of the design to the drawing and even the math part of it. I love to wear something pretty and feminine and it is reflected in all of my designs. I have 2 small daughters that need a lot of attention besides my full time job, so I am happy enough if I can publish 3 patterns a year.

What got you interested in knitting?

It all started when my mother was pregnant with my baby brother and I was 6 years old at that time. My auntie, who took care of me during the day while my mother was working, was very good at crocheting baby items. I was fascinated with crochet and started to learn how to crochet. Several years later, I saw a neighbor knitting and was surprised to see that she was using 2 needles instead of 1. That was the first time I saw anybody knitting. I was to shy to ask the neighbor to teach me how to knit and I didn’t know anybody in the family who knew how to knit, so my desire to learn to knit could not be fulfilled.

When I was 18 and able to drive myself to the nearest LYS I learned from the owner how to cast on, knit and purl. She was a very busy lady and only showed me in a minute or two before attending to her other customers. I practiced the knitting techniques at home and found out that I didn’t like knitting after all. I found knitting was very slow, arduous, boring and once I dropped a stitch it lead to a disaster. So I stuck to crocheting.

Only about 4 years ago when I googled about something, that I stumbled across a knitting blog and it opened up a new horizon for me. Only then did I realize that it’s not only me who has a weird hobby. I found so many nice knitting blogs and was fascinated with all the fashionable knitted wearable's. So I decided to try my hand at knitting again. This time around I learned knitting, online from the internet. From the internet I found out about continental knitting and found that this is the best method which suits me and I started to fall in love with knitting.

W
hat got you interested in designing knitwear?

I do not like to follow patterns as I am not good at following patterns, so I started to design my own patterns. When a lot of people started to compliment my design and suggest that I sell the patterns, I started to think “Why not?” I can use the money to finance my hobby as I realized that knitting is a very expensive hobby. It helps that I am strong at mathematics and grading my patterns to many different sizes doesn’t bother me.

I enjoy designing the most when the knitted end result of the design comes out just as nice as I envisioned it. I always feel a rush of satisfaction when the completed knitted design is what I expected and this feeling is very addictive.

Lily thank you so much for taking the time to talk to with us, it was a pleasure getting to know you.

The Metropolitan Pattern & Dream In Color Smooshy Giveaway includes the pattern, emailed to the winner as a PDF, and 1 skein of Dream In Color Smooshy in Lipstick Lava. No purchase is necessary to enter and the winner will be announced on April 12, 2011.

Enter this Giveaway:
The more ways you enter, the more chances you have to win and make sure to leave a comment telling exactly what you did to enter. Please make sure to include your contact information.

1. Leave a comment about your favorite Lily Go pattern, under this blogpost.
2. Blog about this Giveaway on your blog and link it, leave a comment under this blogpost with the link back to your blogpost.
3. Join my Ravelry group Sandrasingh.com and introduce yourself in the "Welcome Tell us About Yourself..." thread.
4. Announce this Giveaway in your Ravelry group or in another Ravelry group that allows you to announce Blog Giveaways.
5. Friend me on Facebook: Sandra Singh and say you "Like" my post about this Giveaway.
6. Announce this Giveaway (with the link) on Facebook
7. Follow me on Twitter: Sandrasingh
8. Announce this Giveaway (with the link) on Twitter.
9. Sign up for my Newsletter on my Home Page.
10. Sign up to "Follow my Blog."

168 comments:

suburban prep said...

I love the Sunshine sweater but then I also like so many other things too.
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suburban prep said...

I belong to your Ravelry group.
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suburban prep said...

I am a follower of your blog.

Saffy said...

I'd never come across Lily Go before but you're right about the waists - all those tops look so flattering. The hippy chick in me really loves Lace Sleeves :)

Jessica said...

I have absolutely fallen in love with Narnia - how intricate and beautiful. Simply romance in yarn.

jessica at myknits dot com

* I'm a member of your Ravelry group

* I follow your blog

Jessica said...

* And I'm subscribed to the newsletter

affiknity said...

I love all her patterns, and have a soft spot for Dahlia. It is so elegant and graceful.

odessa said...

The Narnia Shawl is beautiful!
odessa.who.rox@gmail.com

Michelle said...

Love the sweater with the lace sleeves, called Lace Sleeves, sweet and lovely.

michelle@rainmomma.com

Michelle said...

I am your friend on Facebook.

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Michelle said...

I shared it on Facebook.


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Michelle said...

I follow you on twitter.

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Michelle said...

Tweeted it!

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Michelle said...

I am a follower.

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Michelle said...

I already get your newsletter.

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lorraine said...

narnia is so beautiful!

Karen said...

I have to choose only one pattern as a favorite?? OK :) My favorite pattern posted here is Sunshine!

I'm econnerd on Rav

Karen said...

I have joined you Rav group and introduced myself :)

Karen said...

I just signed up for your newsletter (it's going to my gmail account)

Karen said...

I'm following you now (as Karen) :)

I am econnerd on Rav

Michelle said...

So hard to choose a favorite. If I have to, I'd say Narnia -- so beautifully detailed without being fussy looking. I just friended you and will like your post -- already a Rav grp member.

Leslie said...

I think I've fallen in love with the Simple Cable cardigan...

lsharr at gmail. commmmmmm :)

Marushka C. said...

These are lovely! Lace Sleeves is my favorite of the sweaters and Narnia for the shawls.

knitsteve said...

The Narnia shawl is just gorgeous! :)

Julie said...

I love Lily's new version of the Sage Cardigan. All her designs are lovely. The Lauri dress is so cute!

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I like the Poison Ivy shawl pattern.

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I am a member of your Ravelry group.

Rachel said...

I LOVE the Narnia shawl! So beautiful!

Following your blog already! :D

Karen said...

I've sent you a friend request on FB and once accepted I will "like' it :)

I am econnerd on Rav

Jessica said...

Really like the Orchid or the Narnia, but they are all really flattering and fastastic!

Anonymous said...

I love Sunshine! Off to do the other things to get more chances- Ravelry, Facebook!

pbvincent1@comcast.net

InJuneau said...

I love the Narnia and Bella shawls.

(InJuneau on Ravelry)

amchart said...

All of Lily’s patterns are lovely. Narnia is my current favorite. I’m a member of your Ravelry group. I follow your blog. I receive your Newsletter. amchart on Ravelry

mlb said...

"Metropolitan" -- I love shawls with this construction, and there are so few of them!

Lindr said...

The metropolitan shawl is probably my favorite. And the lipstick lava colorway - hot! I:
"liked" your post on facebook
follow your blog
belong to your Ravelry group
subscribe to your newsletter

llamaleader said...

I have been looking for a lace shawl pattern to make. I really like Metropolitan, then again I like Narnia and Poison Ivy also.

dewquilt said...

I really like them all but Poison Ivy the best.

Alvin said...

the dress Laurie is adorable.

Amanda said...

#1
My favorite is the simple cabled cardigan.

Amanda said...

#2
Liked your post on Facebook

Grandmatutu said...

#1 Love all the patterns, but Narnia would be my first choice.

Grandmatutu said...

#2 Subscribed to blog feed

Grandmatutu said...

#3 joined Ravelry group

Grandmatutu said...

#3 "Liked" on Facebook

Grandmatutu said...

#4 "shared" Facebook link on my Facebook page

Grandmatutu said...

#5 became a Twitter follower

Grandmatutu said...

#6 registered for newsletter

patsy said...

I love the Sunshine tunic. such a pretty shade of yellow. Sparky136 on Ralvery

Sara said...

I love the Bella Shawl. It is beautiful...and I'm really into shawls this year.

Sara said...

I follow your blog

Sara said...

Signed up for your newsletter

Sara said...

Joined your Ravelry group

Kathy said...

I really like "Sunshine" but then I really like yellow too.

Michaela said...

I think the Bella shawl pattern is really beautiful!!
I am Knitmish on Ravelry

Ruth G. said...

Lily Go is such an innovative designer and i love her poison ivy and Narnia shawls..i follow this blog and am on twitter and ravelry...Ruth G.

Elizabeth said...

wow, all of these patterns you have pictures and descriptions of are sooooo pretty.

(im in your group. and on ravelry as eowyn1, and here i am commenting.)

Nicole said...

My favorite pattern is Laurie. I would love to knit it up for my little sister!

HermioneWeasley on ravelry

Nicole said...

I friended you on facebook, and I'll like the post as soon as you accept! :)

HermioneWeasley on ravelry

Nicole said...

I announced the giveaway on facebook!

HermioneWeasley on ravelry

Nicole said...

I'm following you on twitter, and I tweeted your giveaway!

HermioneWeasley on ravelry

Nicole said...

I'm already signed up for your newsletter!

HermioneWeasley on ravelry

Janet said...

All of these patterns are just gorgeous, but I have to admit that I love the Metropolitan pattern the best. It is so beautiful.

Thank you for offering this giveaway! Great idea!

Nicole said...

I'm following your blog!

HermioneWeasley on ravelry

Anonymous said...

I really like Narnia.

I'm flopita on ravelry.

Sarah said...

I just love Bella! Very pretty!

Katrin said...

The Narnia shawl is my favourite, but the other shawls are also very beautiful.

rainbowscuba on Ravelry

Katrin said...

I also follow your blog.

rainbowscuba on Ravelry

Gretchen McKinsey-Clarke said...

I love all the Go patterns and would have worn them all when I was lots younger, But I can knit them for my gorgeous nieces!

Ruby said...

Love these patterns and of course I want to win. But there are many folks, the odds are high.

mzcruse on Ravelry and I am your friend on Facebook.

Kae said...

My favorite pattern is the Metropolitan shawl.

Kae said...

I belong to your Ravelry group- winkm33

Kae said...

I follow your blog

Kae said...

I receive your newsletter

mj said...

I really like the Poison Ivy shawl.

Collienchen said...

The Narnia shawl looks great!

Collienchen on ravelry

Kristen said...

I think the Bella shawl is my favorite.

SillyLittleLady said...

The simple cabled cardigan would have to be my favorite, it looks like it would be so flattering on so many different shapes!

sillylittlelady(at)gmail(dot)com

vickie said...

I love the poison ivy shawl vbarton24 at g mail dot com

rebelyarnmuse on Ravelry said...

I love the Narnia shawl! It looks like the type of lace that could be knit with any colorway and look amazing :)

knitterPat said...

I am a follower of Lily's blog and I love her designs. Was one of the test knitter too! I love DIC yarns. Hope to win it and the beautiful shawl pattern! Thank you:)

Rachelle said...

I love the Simple Cabled Cardigan.
I follow this blog
follow on twitter
joined Rav group
signed up for newsletter

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Cat said...

they are all very beautiful but i like the orchid best!

Debbie said...

My favourite Lily Go pattern is "orchid".

Debbie said...

I blogged about this giveaway ...
http://waddlesworth-debbie.blogspot.com/2011/04/sandra-singh-metropolitan-shawl-yarn.html

Debbie said...

3. Join my Ravelry group Sandrasingh.com and introduce yourself in the "Welcome Tell us About Yourself..." thread.
I'VE DONE THIS!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Bella is beautiful but I'm not sure if I'm loving the color or the pattern more. -smile-

royce said...

my favourite is metropolitan shawl

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royce said...

joined you on ravelry ...
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royce said...

Friended you on Facebook:
i "Like" your post about this Giveaway.

royce said...

posted the link on facebook
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royce said...

following you on twitter
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royce said...

tweeted about the giveaway
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signed up for the newsletter
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following your blog
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Jolene (JoboDesigns on Ravelry) said...

I think Narnia is my favorite too! Love the little scalloped edge!

Jolene (JoboDesigns on Ravelry) said...

I also "liked" on FB!

ThirtyOneThirteen said...

Gorgeous! So glad you introduced this lovely artist to us! I really like her Falling Leaves Top, but it was difficult to choose just one favorite. :)

ThirtyOneThirteen on Ravelry.

itssewnice said...

I love almost all of the Lily Go patterns.

Lauren said...

I love the sleeves! They are all so beautiful.

I "liked" the post on Facebook!

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Hege said...

Love all the shawls, but the dress Laurie is adorable!
One entry for me :)

hege-svendsen@c2i.net

Lynn said...

love Poison Ivy shawl!!

Lynn
Lnupermom on Rav
CLPP65 AT gmail DOT com

Jessy said...

My favorite is definitely, Bella! In fact, I'm off to find the pattern to make as a gift! =}

Rav: brighteyesjessy

Lynn said...

1. I am following your blog
2. I joined the rav group and introduced myself
3. Friended you on FB and liked the appropriate post
4. Posted link to giveaway on my FB page
5. signed up for your newsletter

Lynn
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Marseeya said...

I sent you a friend request on FB and subscribed to your newsletter (marseeya at gmail dot com). I love the Narnia shawl!

pinkundine said...

I love Orchid, it's so pretty!

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mamayaga said...

I love the Orchid and Narnia.
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sarah said...

the Bella shawl is gorgeous!

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Betsy said...

I love to knit shawls and I've had the Metropolitan Shawl in my queue for a while. When I looked at shawl your designs on your Ravelry page, I discovered I also have the Narnia Shawl and the Poison Ivy Shawl in my queue. I don't know which is my favorite because they're all different, but I'm interested in probably doing the Metropolitan Shawl first. I love the way it gives that 3D effect.

Cathy said...

I love the Simple Cable Cardigan. So feminine. I love the shawls too, but I don't think I've met a shawl I didn't like.

Diane Eskritt said...

i am loving Bella but since I haven't seen these patterns before, I keep looking and looking and looking....

rita in alaska said...

yummm! the metropoiton shawl looks yummy. the color is fabulous, the size of the shawl is just right, not too big. wold love to win this!

Emily said...

The simple cabled cardigan is so elegant. I really like it.

Emily said...

I joined your group on Ravelry.

Emily said...

I follow you on Twitter @knittingviolets

Emily said...

I tweeted about the giveaway @knittingviolets

Emily said...

I signed up for your newsletter.

skoots1mom said...

so love that Metropolitan shawl...gorgeous!

skoots1mom said...

i'm a new follower ;)

SovereignCrux said...

Ohh add me to the giveaway please. I love the shawl and yarn combo and would really like to try my hand at making this since I am new to shawls. hehe

Sheri
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SovereignCrux said...

Liked it on Facebook!

Sheri
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SovereignCrux said...

Followed you on twitter!

Sheri
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kaykatrn said...

I came here from Ravelry. I love Lily's designs. Her lace is so delicate.

Linda said...

Narnia is lovely!

LoverofallEmo said...

i really love the Orchid pattern because it is so hard to find crochet clothes patterns that i would actually wear and this one is def something i would love wearing:) rconrad at unm dot edu

Kay said...

I love the Metropolitan Shawl!!!
(I am having a shawl thing right now and I am adding this one to my 'I want to do list'. I also like the sweater designs, they are very flattering and pretty to look at.

Laura said...

I love the Narnia shawl, and I think the Simple Cabled Cardigan is really cute too!

claudia said...

I just completed the Narnia shawl and it really turns heads. It's such a beautiful pattern. I also love Sunshine and the Metropolitan Shawl.

Claudia
Claudia321 on Ravelry

komankova said...

wow i like the shawls especially:)

roxyrana said...

the shawl patterns are beautiful.
Poison Ivy is simply stunning and inspires me to want to knit lace !

dgilleesmith2 said...

I like the simple cable cardigan and all the shawls are beautiful! I'm a member of your ravelry group already!

meppybn said...

Lily Go is new to me so really appreciate this post and giveaway! I discovered I have Laurie from the 2010 calendar series too :) For a shawl my fave would be Narnia and the garment would be Orchid.
Ravelry name is meppynesbitt

Amanda said...

I simply adore the Laurie dress! I'll have to ind a lucky little girl to knit it for!! And lily's daughter looks adorable in it!! I am on Ravelry as citygalknits and I'm part of your group!

Dorothy said...

Bella is really pretty!

Ann K. said...

Love all the shawl patterns! I can't wait to buy the e-book.

amknudsen@verizon.net

Nanny Jean said...

All of your shawls are beautiful but I would like to do Narnis first.I will write about this on my blog.

Nanny Jean said...

All of your shawls are beautiful and I would like to knit narnie first. I also will write about this on my blog

Nanny Jean said...

All of your shawls are beautiful and I would like to knit Narnia first.

Barbara said...

I love the Simple Cabled Cardigan - these are all just lovely patterns though.
I'm a friend on FB and liked the post
- a follower on Twitter
- signed up for newsletter
- and a follower of your blog :)

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Kitten With a Whiplash said...

I'm totally loving that Lipstick Lava shade, and my favorite pattern just happens to be the Metropolitan! Sounds like a perfect reason to choose me, he said with a twinkle in his eye. Thanks for the giveaway.

nanalisette said...

How could one choose their favorite...all of these are amazing.

Anonymous said...

Hard to pick a favorite, but I keep coming back to Laurie. So cute! Ingridsera on Ravelry.

Debbie aka Cheesegirl said...

Bella keeps calling my name. So many gorgeous patterns. I'm following your blog also! :)

Ginny said...

For me, I would pick the Simple Cabled Cardigan and for my granddaughter, Laurie would be so sweet.

vfaivre@bendcable.com

Anonymous said...

LOVE the shawl patterns. All of them. Have to get the book.

KnitterLynne on Ravelry

ikkinlala said...

I love the Narnia shawl.

ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

Diana said...

I love Empire, even the shade the sample is in.

artemis06 at gmail dot com

Marissa said...

I love the lines and the details of the Simple Cabled Cardigan, and will be adding that to my TO DO VERY SOOn list! So hard to pick a favorite- all of the shawls are gorgeous! I subscribe to your blog, follow you on Twitter and Facebook, and will spread the word of this great giveaway! Thanks, Sandra.
happyplace99 at gmail dot com

kjt said...

I love simple cabled cardigan, but they are all gorgeous!

aiyakjt on rav

Kristina on FB

Renee said...

I love the Cassandra shawl! (Can you tell I'm a hooker?)
Beanswife on Ravelry

Debbie said...

I love the Sunshine sweater. Thanks for the giveaway. Debbie in Alaska I also follow you blog and get your newsletter.
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Emily said...

Sunshine is my favorite!

jenniem on Ravelry

Anonymous said...

I love the Orchid sweater.
Winterschild on Ravelry. I also follow you on Facebook and the blog

annethologist said...

Tough to choose one as my favourite, but Narnia it is!

Karen9877 said...

I am loving the Laurie dress--thinking about doing it for my grand daughter.

Karen.grauman@gmail.com

Karen9877 said...

The Laurie dress looks very tempting--might even be able to complete it out of my stash

Anonymous said...

I really really want to make the cable carigan --it is just beautiful!!!!! hope I win because it would be so nice to do the shawl first!!! thank you for allowing me to enter
diane
(sdknsn@verizon.net)

WickedPyssa said...

I love the Narnia pattern, thanks for the contest!
Lisa
Ravelry: WickedPyssa

mprsdrose said...

love the narnia and poison ivy shawls

mprsdrose said...

In addition to posting the pattern I love above, I also signed up with your newsletter, and joined your rav group and posted on the welcome board.

my ravid is mprsdrose

Debbie said...

5. Friend me on Facebook: Sandra Singh and say you "Like" my post about this Giveaway.
I've done this!

norabrown said...

Thank you for your interviews. This is a new designer for me. And I loved many of her items. I loved the Narnia shawl and many sweaters.

And I plan on buying her e-book.

Thanks again.

MelThomas said...

Oh I love all of her shawls, I will be checking out her ebook for sure!

Anonymous said...

I love the shawls but really love the little dress. It would be darling in the yarn.

Kate said...

The Narnia shawl is lovely!

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Krista said...

I think my favorites are Bella and Poison Ivy - I really like "leafy" patterns, although they are all lovely.

Krista said...

I just found you, and joined your Ravelry group. And looking again, that Metropolitan shawl is beautiful, and leafy, too!

Tish said...

I love shawls.. ... but I must admit that I really like these designs for cardigans also. The Sunshine or Simple Cabled ones are very appealing. ^_^
I am already getting your newsletter and am a member of your Ravelry group... but I shall post there also - just in case.

goycrazy said...

I'm in love with Empire! I'm not familiar with this designer but all of her looks would be very flattering on me. goycrazy@aol.com