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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

The Great Knook Surprise & Giveaway!

I know that all you creative souls who’ve been searching for Leisure Arts’ Knook Beginner Set are as happy as I am that it’s now available at more of your local stores as well as on the Leisure Arts website. The surprise is that we also have six new Knook books: Learn to Knook, Dishcloths Made with the Knook, Baby Blankets Made with the Knook, Simple Scarves Made with the Knook, Baby Beanies Made with the Knook, and Urban Hats Made with the Knook. The downloadable E-book versions just become available on our website today, and printed books will be out later this month! Check them out:

Learn to Knook

Dishcloths Made with the Knook

Baby Blankets Made with the Knook

Simple Scarves Made with the Knook

Baby Beanies Made with the Knook

Urban Hats Made with the Knook

To celebrate, we’re giving away 10 Knook Beginner Sets and five sets of the six new Knook books. All you have to do for a chance to win The Knook’s Great Giveaway is leave a comment at the end of this blog post telling us whether you are a crocheter, a knitter, or a total novice to yarn crafts; the deadline to enter is November 7, 2011!

556 comments:

  1. I crochet and knit. And learning how to knook. what great books!!

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  2. I can crochet and knit. This looks like fun!

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  3. I crochet and knit. The Knook intrigues me :)

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  4. crocheter for 20 years, and new knitter for 2 years.

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  5. I crochet and would love to win this!

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  6. I'm new to Knook knitting and can kind of crochet

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  7. I have crocheted for 38 years. I love Tunisian crochet, also. I knit but have never managed to get a real hang of it. Really looking forward to trying out the Knook!

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  8. Just got my knook and loving it! Can't wait to find more patterns for it!

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  9. I have been crocheting for about 2 years (internet taught!) and have wanted to learn to knit. I love the way certain knit stitches look. Winning this would be pure heaven!!

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  10. I'm a both-er, though knitting has take over fom crochet for a while. I'd love to have the set of books.

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  11. I do both as well, but crochet always seems to win out since I've been doing that longer! Knitting is, however, still very therapeutic!

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  12. I crochet and knit. Right now am cross-stitching. The knook is something I need to check out.

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  13. I knit more than I crochet and have been hearing about the Knook. I also teach knitting to kids and I think many of them would enjoy this.

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  14. I am an experienced crocheter, a very novice knitter, and I've tried nooking and love the fabric it creates. I'd love to win this contest!

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  15. I crochet mostly and knit sometimes..would love to try this.

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  16. I am a crocheter and have knitted briefly, but I have always admired the look of knitting. What a blessing it would be to win the giveaway to learn to knit with a crochet hook and knook. Thank you for the opportunity to win such an awesome gift for a crocheter. Thank you

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  17. i have not heard of this technique, i was a crocheter first, but now mostly knit.
    teri

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  19. I crochet and knit and love doing it:D.

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  20. I'm a novice crocheter but I would love to try the Knook because you get such a different look with knitting.

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  21. I crochet, as I can't seem to get coordinated enough to handle both knitting needles.

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  22. I am a self-taught knitter and beginning crocheter. Novice at both.

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  23. I crochet and have done knitting. I don't knit much anymore but would love to begin again.

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  24. I am an avid crocheter for over 40 years, but each time I have tried to knit, well... I need a nook!

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  25. I'm a crocheter, can knit but not well and this looks like the best of both worlds.

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  26. I am a self taught crocheter and have been looking all over for a Knook

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  27. I'm pretty good at crochet and not so good at knitting.

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  28. I crochet, and I've been hearing all kinds of wonderful things about the Knook. I'd love to win this!

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  29. Have knit and crocheted for over 20 years usually making afghans for baby or wedding gifts.

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  30. I have knitted and crocheted before, but it's been years! I definitely need a refresher course! Susan purrpage3 at verizon dot net

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  31. Ok, I admit, I don't know much about sewing. But I would love to learn. With these books and a good friend I'll be making fantastic things. Being housebound this would make a fantastic hobby for me.
    Thanks!

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  32. I'm a crocheter...can't wait to try the Knook so that I can knit!

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  33. I knit and crochet both! Can't wait to try the knook! Thanks for the chance to win <3

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  34. I am a crocheter. Still tackling knitting. I can't wait to try the Knook!!

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  35. I crochet and knit. This new technique seems really interesting.

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  36. I crochet and would love to knit, but I can't get the hang of knitting. I would love the chance to try this and learn to make projects that have the look of knit. Thank you for the chance at one.

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  37. I love to crochet but I do not knit. The reason I prefer crochet is that only one hook is needed. This looks interesting.

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  38. I can knit, but mostly do crocheting and am now trying loom weaving.

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  39. I am a crocheter. I am also re-learning to knit, last time I knitted was in the mid 60's.

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  40. My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was 14 years old. As I got older I tried to knit but I couldn't figure it out. A few years ago I learned to knit with the help of an online video. I love make gifts for my family. I currently knitting a poncho for my daughter, a hat for my granddaughter & crocheting a blanket for my other daughter who is pregnant for the first time.

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  41. I knit but can't crochet to save my life! Awesome giveway

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  42. I do both crochet and knit and would luv opportunity to try this. Haven"t had any luck in finding it here so thx for chance to win one

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  43. I knit and crochet but crochet is my favourite. This looks like fun!

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  44. I'm an equal opportunity crafter. I like to knit, crochet and I've been crafting most of my life, thanks to a grandmother who transformed postcards into needlepoint pictures. And a mother who dabbled into everything!

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  45. I'm primarily a knitter, but I do some crochet. Thanks! Debbie H

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  46. I am a crocheter. I have knitting needles, but I find it harder than crochet. I also loom/knit. I am also trying to learn the art of Punch Needle. I have tons of yarn and love to crochet. When I broke my right elbow (I am right handed) crocheting was very theraputic(spelling)and helped me gain back my grip.

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  47. Veteran crocheter and novice knitter. So excited to see this in action.

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  48. I'm a self taught crocheter for the past seven months. I'm slowly getting used to knitting and loom knitting. I sooo want to try this knook thing. Great giveaway!

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  49. I CROCHET only, though I've always wished I could knit also, since there are so many more patterns for knitting, and may be best for clothing. But still LOVE crocheting. :o)

    I'm looking fwd to one day learning how to "knook"! :o)

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  50. I crochet a lot. I learned to knit in grade school but never did much after that. I remember everything except finishing off! Would love to try knook.

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  51. I'm a crocheter...having tried knitting with two needles & finding it challenging...BUT, the KNOOK looks FUN!!! :)

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  52. I am a crocheter...this looks very interesting and would love to try it.

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  53. I am a crocheter that learned to knit and love the idea that I can now combine them with using the knook.

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  54. I crochet, knit, and many other crafts. I love fiber and am excited to learn the Knook too.

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  55. I want to learn how to knit and crochet, my daughter is having my first grandchild. I have a group in my town
    that sort of teaches knitting, but the Knook looks easy
    for me to learn. I would love to win a Beginner's Set
    so that I can make some sweet baby things.
    Warm Regards,
    Susan

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  56. I am a intermediate crocheter and beginner- beginner knitter. I am a grandmother of 3 and a great-grandmother of 2. I love to read and I have subscriptions to 2-3 crochet mags every year. i wold love to win a Knook

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  57. I am beginning at crochet, after doing it years ago i'd like to pick it up again nupa123atgmaildotcom

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  58. I have been crocheting for about 15 years. I was so excited about "knitting" with just one hook that I even got my mom trying it out!

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  59. I'm a knitter but really want to learn to crochet. your new Knook looks like it is easy enough that I might just be successful. I'd love to win one!

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  60. A long time crochet'r, I renewed my interest about five years ago and began to experiment with various methods and techniques. About that time, I used the round looms to make about 250 adult hats for families at cancer centers. Four months ago, I began to knit, again using my own technique because it's faster and prettier and more comfortable since I'm right handed and also hold the yarn {with tension} in my left hand; it's not continental or mixed as I go into the top/right side of the stitch {the outside}. I would LOVE to learn about the Knook and add that to my teaching repertoire! grins, Debra Wolf

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  61. I primarily loom knit, but would really love to learn to use the knook. I do lots of charity knitting for preemies and chemo patients, so winning a beginner's knook set would help me out quite a bit.

    Thank you for hosting the contest! I'd also love more info about the Knook.

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  62. I am a crocheter and knitter who would love to learn how to Knook. Looks like fun and would love to win an Knook.

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  63. My grandmother taught me to crochet. I admire knitting but have no idea how to do it!

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  64. mostly a knitter with a bit of crochet!

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  65. I love to crochet, and I would like to learn to knit.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  66. My Aunts taught me to crochet when I was young. I am a self-taught knitter now. Trying to teach my two nieces, ages 9 & 6 to knit--it's a challenge, lol! This would maybe be easier to teach them with. Would love to try it.

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  67. I know the basics of knitting and crocheting, but have only made scarves and dishcloths. The Knook looks very interesting.

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  68. I am a self-taught crocheter and can't sit around without a hook and yarn in my hands. I have learned to do some very basic knitting but it is so awkward for me. It just doesn't feel normal using two needles.
    So, I went out and bought the Knook!! I LOVE IT!! Now for some patterns.

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  69. I'm an intermediate crocheter and just learning how to knit.

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  70. I crochet and knit and have already done knooking I would love to win the book set.

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  71. I have been crocheting since I was 11 (for almost 30 yrs now) wow how time flies huh? - I have recently started on trying to teach myself to knit but havent been able to get used to holding 2 needles so this 'Knook' looks easier and sounds like the way to go for me ;-)
    I would love to win a set!!

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  72. I can crochet and have yet to master knitting - this may help !

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  73. When I was a young teenager I taught myself to crochet & knit...knitting never really got in my bones...able to do the basics. Now crocheting...that's a different matter...scaves, afghans, baby blankets, potholders, ponchos, etc...etc...etc! Secretly I've desired to be able to knit...maybe the knook is the secret key to my desire!!!

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  74. I crochet and I have knotted with looms, but I love crocheting the best. Tried to knit before and had a very hard time, this looks like this is made for me!!!

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  75. I started crocheting when I was about 5...making chains so my mom could keep me occupied during my brother's Boy Scout meetings....still crochet, love making crazy baby sweaters. I learned to knit by teaching my daughter's Girl Scout troop how to knit about 9 yrs ago....love it.

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  76. I have been crocheting for ovver 30 years and can knit and pearl but no fancy knitting. Always wanted to learn. Sounds like the knook would make knitting so much easier to learn. Please enter me into the giveaway.

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  77. My favorite aunt taught me to crochet when I was ten. And while I've never had the same success at knitting, the thought of combining both types of stitches has me wanting to run out and buy a new stash of yarn to get creative with.

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  78. I crochet and knit using a knitting loom. I love working with yarn and thread.

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  79. Crochet for me and knitting on a sock loom. Would love to try the knook!

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  80. I love to crochet and I always like to try new techniques. This looks like so much fun.

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  81. I would love to win a knook it would combine my 1st love of crocheting with the beatiful stitches in knitting and i am a slow knitter! Lol and still learning at 48!

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  82. I knit and crochet and anything else that strikes my fancy. Knook looks pretty interesting and would love to try it.

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  83. I have been crocheetying for more than 50 years. I do a lot of crocheting for charity and also for the military.

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  84. I am a 40 year crocheter with some knitting. I love making hats, scarves, afghans and stuffed animals to give to children. I am crocheting doilies for my sisters at this time. I would
    love to learn how to Knook.

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  85. i love crocheting. I can knit but don't like it as much,

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  86. i knit and crochet but i prefer crochet.

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  87. I have been crocheting for over 30 yrs I began crocheting when I was 8 yrs old. I have tried Knit and can do it I just prefer Crochet. I would love to try Knooking ;)

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  88. I knit and crochet. I have been looking all over locally for the knook and have not found it yet. I would love to win a beginner set.

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  89. My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was about 8 years old and I've been crocheting ever since. The last few years I've taught myself to knit and have made hats, scarfs, etc. After working with 1 hook, 2 needles were soooo hard to manipulate. Now I've started Knooking!! WOW, to knit and only use a crochet hook. I absolutely LOVE it! I would love to have the set of books to learn all the great ways to Knook.

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  90. Crocheter - love to tunisian crochet, have not had much love w/ knitting. Would love to see if Knooking would help change that.

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  91. I've been crocheting and knitting for years. I would love to learn how to Knook!! I'm a little slow knitting so to make knit stitches with a crochet hook is right up my alley.

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  92. I'm a knitter, though I've tried a little Tunisian crochet and really enjoyed it. I love to knit hats, so I am very interested in trying sone Knook hats.

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  93. I knit and crochet. The knook looks fascinating.

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  94. Hi I am a long time crocheter but want to learn to knit.

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  95. I've been crocheting for over 30 years, tried to learn to knit as a teenager and did not have the patience. Now that I'm older I'm trying to teach myself to knit, hopefully I have a little more patience now.

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  96. This is the first time that I have heard or seen anything about knooking. Would love to learn how to do this new craft. I am a avid crocheter and I also knit.

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  97. Hi. I knit and crochet. Both I've learned from watching YouTube videos. :)

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  98. I am a knitter and have never heard of this new technique...I would love to win this ....hugs, rose PS-I also crochet :)

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  99. I love to crochet, but my left hand is to uncoordinated to hold a knitting needle, so Knooking sounds right up my alley!

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  100. I'm a crocheter but recently taught myself to knit.

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  101. I crochet and I am struggling to learn how to knit. I am experienced in dozens of other types of hand needlework.

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  102. I have been crocheting for over 40 years.

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  103. I learned to crochet and knit about 40 years ago. My knitting technique got made fun of, "it looks like you're a chicken trying to take off." Needless to say, I didn't pick knitting up again for 30 years, but I'm back and loving it!

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  104. I know how to both knit and crochet so knooking really intrigues me! I would really love to learn how to knook.

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  105. I knit AND crochet, although I'm still somewhat of a beginner at both. I'd love to learn to Knook!

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  106. I can knit, I can crochet, really enjoying the Knook!

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  107. I am a knitter who has tried crochet. I already bought the knook, so I would love to try the patterns in the new books!

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  108. I am a knitter...still working on getting crochet down, cant wait to try the knook

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  109. I'm a knitter who desperately wants to learn to crochet edges! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Lisa
    karmaperdiem@hotmail.com

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  110. I'm a crocheter, and my daughter got the Knook for me for my birthday and I'm still practicing!!
    Would love to have more patterns because who really wants to just Knook practice squares!!!!

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  111. I am a crocheter who failed at knitting and would love to learn this new skill!

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  112. I have crocheted for sixty years. I have taken classes three times to learn to knit. It seems it is so much slower than crochet. I think the Knook would be different. Would I be a Knooker?

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  113. I so would love to win this, thanks for the chance.
    Ellen

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  114. I crochet and knit, would like to try the Knook!

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  115. I am mostly a crocheter but also like to knit a bit. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  116. I knit and crochet so, a Knook seems like the next natural progression. My fingers are crossed.

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  117. I'm a crocheter and I would love to try the Knook.

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  118. I am a knitter and do some crochet. Sorry i forgot to mention that.

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  119. The Knook? This is the first I have seen of this. I have crochet off an on for a long time. My grandmother is the one who taught me and that is almost 50 years ago. I will admit that new things like "The Knook" always brings me back to crochet. So many new kinds of yarn is also drawing me back. I will also admit that knitting has totally escaped my brain I just can't catch it.
    The one thing I struggle with is reading pattern. I have had difficulty memorizing abbreviations. I wonder if e-paterns would be good for me so I could go in and change all of them with a "find and change program" from a Word program.

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  120. I can crochet and knit and I love me some soft yarns such as bamboo and cotton! This Knook looks like fun and I would love to learn how to do it.

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  121. I am a crocheter and knit a little bit. I would love to try out the knock if chosen as the winner.

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  122. I am a crocheter who finally learned to knit. Crochet was the gift my grandmother passed on to me :) I have been wanting to try knooking since I found the first post about it ages ago on Ravelry!

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  123. I have used regular knitting needles,a knitting machine,and I have even trieddoing Loop Knitting. I made my first hat and scarf on the Loop Knitter. But quite honestly I really enjoy crocheting the most, especially crocheting with thread. I made my first table covering for an Aunt of mine, by fillet crochet. Now I am working on another. I love to do things with my hands, so knitting and crocheting are great!

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  124. I'm kind of an intermediate knitter and crocheter in my mid 50's who has tried to teach my mother, in her mid 80's, how to knit. She wanted learn when she was younger but her mother never taught her; although her mother, my grandmother, taught me when I was young how to crochet. My mother tried to knit but using the two needles just wasn't very comfortable or user friendly for my mom. So, I'd like to try the knook and see if this is a better fit for her! She has the time to do it. Now, I just need to learn how to do this and teach her! Perhaps we could learn together! How neat that would be!

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  125. I was taught crochet by my mother sitting in front of a mirror (I am left handed, she is right handed). I taught myself to knit because there were no books for lefties at the time. I have the Knook set and I am still practicing, but so far I am liking it. Like other posters, I would like more patterns so that I can do more with them, as making my own up is beyond my capabilities. These techniques also help my carpal tunnel, as my fingers are so sore at times because they aren't as "nimble" as they used to be and these help with that.

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  126. I'm a crocheter. I love the look of knit items but I can't seem to get the hang of working with 2 needles. The KNOOK looks so interesting. I would love to learn how.

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  127. I crochet as well as knit and would love to have this kit. My friend has this kit and loves it. I want to try this technique.

    Judith Strausbaugh

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  128. I primarily crochet but I also knit and spin. Basically, if you can do it with yarn, I'm game! Thanks for the opportunity to win a Knook kit, I'm interested to try it out!

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  129. I'm a crocheter... completed my first project at age 12 and let it slide until age 46, now I'm "hooked" again! Love my crochet!!

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  130. I knit and crochet. I find crocheting goes a lot faster! I am really interested in trying the Knook!! It looks like the best of both worlds!!

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  131. Hi! I crochet....trying to manage 2 needles for knitting just seems too tricky for me, lol. I recently purchased the kit but could definitely use the books! Thanks!

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  132. Im a crocheter. I have tried to knit but could never quite get it. maybe this is just what i need!

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  133. I self taught my self to knit and crochet. A knook seems like it would be right up my ally. Would absolutely love to try the knook!

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  134. I'm a knitter with some crochet experience. This to me will be a whole next avenue with fiber.

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  135. I am a crocheter for many years, this looks interesting.

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  136. I started with knitting but moved to crochet, which I have been loving for 7 years!

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  137. I crochet. I watched a short video on the Knook, and like the nice stitches it makes with only one hook/needle. Would like to give this a try.

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  138. I'm a crocheter, and thanks to the Knook kit, I've got the knit stitch down. The purl is tricky. The books look fabulous!

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  139. I learned to crochet from my great grandmother. I have been with a hook in my hands now for 12 years and have been knitting for about 4 years. I would love to try the Knook.

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  140. I'm a novice who's been trying to learn..no progression past the straight line yet.

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  141. I crochet and knit. I would love to try the knook

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  142. I'm a crocheter and knitter. I love projects of all types, looking forward to learning how to knook. :).

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  143. I am a crocheter for a good 15 years and I have JUST started to learn to knit!

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  144. I knit and crochet, have been doing both avidly for about 10 years now. Thanks for a chance to try out the Knook, I'm really intruiged.

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  145. I crochet well, but I can't knit to save my life! the Knook looks like a much easier way to knit without dropping stitches (and wondering where they went).

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  146. I have been knitting for 6 years and crocheting for 4 years! I LOVE them both....I LOVE yarn. I've been so curious about the "Knook"....would LOVE to add another way of knitting with a crochet hook...to me...that would be a PERFECT blend.
    Thanks,
    Merry Thornsburg

    merrythornsburg@gmail.com

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  147. I am a crocheter mostly but do some knitting and made a makeshift knook hook to try knooking and found it makes so much more sense to me as a predominantly crochet minded person.

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  148. I am a knitter of 10 years, and a novice crocheter. I mostly crochet edges and embellishments for my knitted pieces.

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  149. I am a crocheter, and have been very intrigued with the whole concept of Knooking . . . very cool! :)

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  150. I'm a crocheter of more years than I care to think about. :) I also do some tunisian crochet. Knooking just seems to be the logical next step.

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  151. Been crocheting for about 29 years now, try knitting every so often and give up after dropping stitches too many times.

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  152. I crochet and knit but prefer crochet. I am really interested in this Knook. Please enter me in your awesome giveaway!

    hugs!
    Carol

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  153. I know how to knit but mainly crochet. Thanks for all the chances to win stuff.

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  154. I have been crocheting for 40 years and taught myself to knit a year and a half ago. I find knitting confusing though. I still prefer to crochet.

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  155. I crochet and knit! I've been trying to find the Knook but I can't find it anywhere! I would love to learn how to Knook!

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  156. i'm new to yarn crafts. just signed up for a knitting class.

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  157. I am a crocheter who has wanted to learn to knit all her life. However, I have been unsucessful with every attempt. The Knook looks like a great alternative. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  158. I love to crochet, 36 years. I appreciate the opportunity to learn to knit. Dropping stitches is frustrating.

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  159. I am a knitter for many years.

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  160. Wowza - those patterns look great. I have been crocheting for the past 7 years and am always looking for a new technique to learn!

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  161. I have being doing chochet for many years. I love to knit and am currently taking an online lace knitting class. Very excited about learning to use the knook

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  162. I am a crocheter, but have wanted to learn to knit for awhile. The Knook would be great to learn in the meantime!

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  163. I crochet AND knit. ;) And I've tried knooking!

    - Becky

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  164. I taught myself to crochet about 10 years ago, but I haven't been able to teach myself to knit. Being used to 1 hook, it feels strange trying to use 2 needles....Maybe the knook is a perfect compromise.

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  165. i have a lot of fun crocheting things and am definitely interested in learning to use a knook.

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  166. I have been a crocheter for over half my lifetime, but have never learned to knit... maybe now would be a good time - especially if I win one of the Knook beginner kits.

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  167. Passion is crochet, but have learned enough knitting to make basic hat - would love to try knocking!

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  168. I'm a happy hooker. ;)
    Crochet all the way.

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  169. I knit and crochet... would like to give the Knook a try too!

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  170. I've been a crocheter since I was 10-years-old...A VERY long time. ;-)

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  171. I crochet and knit. The Knook looks great.

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  172. The knook looks really kewl. I'm a crocheter...never could quite get the hang of knitting. Maybe I'd be able to knook easier.

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  173. I crochet and knit and would really like to combine the two with one tool!

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  174. I knit mainly and crochet occasionaly, along with a variety of crafts. The Knook looks like something I'd really like, the best of both knit and crochet and pretty creative to boot!

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  175. I am a knitter and a crocheter but I have never tried a knook. Looks like fun.

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  176. I knit and crochet but my mother can't seem to get the hang of kniting. The Knook looks like a great alternative for her.

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  177. I've been crocheting for 27 years, knitting for about 1, and knooking for just a few months. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  178. I both knit and crochet. The knook looks very interesting!

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  179. I have been a knitter since third grade! I just love to knit. I have never heard of the knook. It sounds amazing. I would love to try it!

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  180. I crochet. I am self taught and this month is a year since I picked up the hobby!

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  181. I knit and crochet and always ready to learn something new.

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  182. My grandmother taught me how to crochet when I was a little girl and I've been crocheting ever since.

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  183. I am a mostly self taught knitter and crocheter. My wrists are getting bad and knooking might be easier on them.

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  184. I crochet and Knit. I'd LOVE to try the Knook! It's always fun for me to try new ways of working yarns! The finished projects are beautiful!

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  185. I crochet and am trying to learn the knit stich! I would love to learn how to Knook!!:)

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  186. I crochet all the time now, although I did learn to knit first. Can't wait to learn this new Knook deal. Looks quite interesting.

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  187. WONDERFUL WONDERFUL WONDERFUL
    I just ordered a KNOOK from the Leisure Arts website. So happy they decided to make this available online.
    OH HAPPY, JOYFUL DAY!!
    Knitting has been a life long passion and have recently begun crocheting.

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  188. I crochet and knit, and learned from my Mom. She has always preferred the act of crocheting, so I think she might really like the Knook!! It does look interesting!

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  189. I crochet and knit. Learned when I was just 10 years old. I go back and forth depending what project I am making.
    I would not have know what to do if I did not have my craft during receiving my Chemo in 09. I sat there all day and worked on my project. Kept my mind off things.

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  190. I crochet like a pro, and do "some" knitting, but I either lose my stitches or can't get it off the needles right. I know all the stitches, but I'm a miserable knitter... I really want to try the knook! It looks like it would be the answer for me - to get the look and feel of knitting, with the ease and stitch-security of crochet.

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  191. I knit and crochet but I am not great at either one but I love to do it and it helps me destress

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