5.09.2017

Stunning Stitches is Here!


The day has finally arrived. Stunning Stitches officially starts shipping today!
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Writing a knitting book is full of its ups and downs. One minute I'll be completely in love with the book, the next I'll ask myself 'What have I gotten myself into? Again!?' But, at the end of it, I'm always so pleased with the results, and thrilled to have another book out there for everyone to enjoy. Stunning Stitches is no different. I'm head-over-heels in love with this book!

I think you'll really enjoy the book. It's full of accessories I know you'll love, and it's all based around stitch patterns that are just too pretty to use in a single design.
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From the publisher:

Best-selling designer Jen Lucas puts her special spin on a unique collection of knitwear. Discover seven eye-catching stitch patterns, each used to create three distinctive accessories, such as a sensational scarf, a cozy cowl, and a spectacular shawl.

  • You’ll be amazed by how the stitch patterns add that special something to each project--knit all 21 designs
  • Close-up photos of all seven stitch patterns are included
  • This all-new collection includes projects for a range of skill level
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So, to celebrate, let's have a book giveaway! What's your favorite pattern in the book? You can see all the patterns on Ravelry. Leave a comment on this blog post before Sunday, May 21 at 11:59pm central time. Be sure to leave your Ravelry name or email so I can contact you should you win. I'll pick 2 (TWO!!!) winners using a random number generator. Good luck! I can't wait to hear which pattern you want to knit first!

Images from Stunning Stitches by Jen Lucas, Martingale, 2017; used with permission. Photos by Brent Kane. All rights reserved. Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon Affiliate links.

26 comments:

  1. lynette9:24:00 AM

    Pomelo cowl. I love colorwork, and this is a pattern that can go bold or subtle. Lynetka

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  2. I love the cover pattern, Glaris shawl. I would make that patten first. I would like to make all the patterns in this book! Can't wait to get a copy of this new book. Thanks Jen!
    Jane
    Janepage@sbcglobal.net
    Ravelry ID: Geegaw

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  3. Anonymous12:21:00 PM

    The Glarus shawl is absolutely gorgeous, but I can see myself making the Kelsey cowl first. Ravelry ID: gamegirljill

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  4. Cyprus Dickinson, because this is exactly the style and application I have been looking for. It us lovely as are all the designs. Nice job. Raverly ID whidbeyjeannie

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  5. Glarus is beautiful. Feminine and pretty!
    Ravelry:krystine

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  6. Cheryl Clemons3:09:00 PM

    The bampton cowlette is my favorite but it was hard to choose. Love the new book

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  8. Glarus poncho for sure! Looks cozy and pretty :)

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  9. I love the prortero hill shawl. It looks so nice to knit! (Ravelry: Engjelushe)

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  10. It's a tie - I would love to make the Glarus Poncho and the Bampton Cowlette. All the designs are very intriguing, and I love the written directions along with the charts! Thank you.

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  11. Congratulations! I really like them all, but think my first project would be the Kelsey Shawl

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  12. Glarus Shawl is my favorite. I love the open lightness of the shawl.

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  13. I love the Glarus Poncho! I may even have stash yarn I can use. Congratulations on a beautiful new book and all your gorgeous designs.
    Carolm7323 on Ravelry

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  14. I love them all, but my favorite is Potrero Hill Shawl.

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  15. Wow! all are stunning but if I have to pic one it is the Bampton Cowlette.

    avidreadrr

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  16. I'd love to try the Glarus Shawl. It looks so light and delicate.

    Raverly: ana9990

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  17. I have been knitting since the age of 6 and have never made a shawl! I would love to!
    leesimek@gmail.com

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  18. What a beautiful collection, Jen! I especially love the Glarus Shawl. So elegant. Congratulations on another fabulous book!

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  19. I am a beginner knitter. I love your patterns. They inspire me to keep learning.

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  20. Great book! Like the previous Jen. I have your 4 books. I'm your fan. I dream of the newest one. My pattern Bampton Cowlette. Raverly Kati46

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  21. Protero! Everything, but especially the shawl!

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  22. What a gorgeous collection! I'm in the mood for delicate, so I think Violetear Shawl would be first. I know I'd make several of the patterns in this book. I'm SpinningNerd on Ravelry.

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  23. Although I am loving all the patterns, the Potrero Hill Shawl looks so light and airy that I would choose it as my favourite. Enjoy all your books.

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  24. Anonymous10:23:00 AM

    I love so many but the Kelsey Hooded Scarf speaks to me. I have purchased your patterns before and enjoy the challenge. judehey ( ravelry)

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  25. What a difficult choice! I would make the Potrero Hill Stole first, I think :) Congratulations on your book!

    I'm PeanutPip on Ravelry.

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