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Help Pick our NEXT Knit-Along Project!

March 20th, 2014

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Voting ended on Thursday, March 27th, 2014. Thanks to all who voted!

And the winner is … The Spring Lace Shawl!

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It’s that time of year again! Come knit-along with us as we make one of the garments below.

But FIRST you have to help us pick the pattern! Learn more about the patterns by clicking on their photos/names or by visiting LionBrand.com.

Eloise Eyelet Cardi Spring Lace Shawl Seven Wonders Wrap Mitered Ridges Top

 

Ready? Cast your vote!

(Can’t see the voting tool above? Click here to vote.)

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A knit-along is a virtual event, where all the participants make the same project together. Follow along with knit-along host Grace here on the blog and share your comments and photos. There’s no need to sign up, and it’s free to join! (New to knit-alongs? Check out our guide here.)

The winning pattern will be announced Friday, March 28th, 2014 here on the blog and at that time we’ll also give you details on picking up your supplies and getting started on the project!

Votes must be cast by 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time, March 27th, 2014. You must use the voting tool above to vote; comments here on the blog do NOT count as votes.

Crocheters, look out for a crochet-along later this year, here on the Lion Brand Notebook.

  • valerie

    i wanna knit along, but i crochet. can’t knit to save my life. is there a crochet along?

    • http://lionbrand.com/ Danielle Holke

      Hi Valerie, we haven’t forgotten about you! We’ll have a crochet along later in the year – we rotate back and forth between KALs and CALs.

  • Carmen

    I agree I also crochet I too would like a crochet along…

  • Karen

    I would love to knit the mitered ridges top. I’m proficient in knitting flat items but not so great at knitting garments. I would be willing to try this lovely yarn in a knit along where I can get answers to questions if I get stuck. I

  • Fran Dreisigmeyer

    me too I crochet cant knit for anything.

  • Kristie Foell

    “None of the above”; none of these projects excite me. Would probably learn the most from the “Seven Wonders” wrap, but I’m sorry, it’s kind of ugly, especially for the amount of work it would take. Please give us a better choice next time, maybe with an afghan in the mix!

  • Mary H.

    Let’s knit the Mitered Ridges top! So stylish and a wonderful yarn to work with.

  • Old_Red_Wolf

    I hope that the Spring Lace Shawl gets chosen.

    The mitered ridge top is a cute summer project. I just do not think I would wear it much, at least in that fiber and the lace on the Spring Lace Shawl looks like it will be a good lace for inexperienced lace knitters like me to learn on. I have done a lace scarf a couple of years ago, and it came out nicely and was easier than I thought. But that is the only one I have tried, and I am ready to broaden my lace knitting experience. Lace is surprisingly easy but it can be intimidating looking at the garment and the directions, at least until I start.

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