Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Nova Interchangeable Starter Set

This needle sampler set is a great way to try out three different needle types before you invest in an entire interchangeable set.

Please watch the entire video for instructions on how to enter the giveaway. This contest is open to international viewers (customs charges may apply outside the US). The contest is open until July 11, 2013; and the winner will be announced in video on July 11, 2013. Winner will be chosen by random number generator.

This starter set can be purchased on Amazon.

In the US and Canada, you can find a Knitter’s Pride retailer here.
Outside the US and Canada, you can find a Knitter’s Pride (Knit Pro) retailer here.

The sweater on the mannequin is my Learn to Knit a Women’s Sweater, pattern + video tutorial.

73 comments on “Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Nova Interchangeable Starter Set

  1. I am certainly a visual learner and often sit with both laptop and project on my knee until I get things right 😉 I would love to knit an entralac vest but would need help at hand to guide me along. An “Entralac” video would be essential for me to achieve my wish. I would love to have an interchangeable needle set ! Thank you for the chance to win.

  2. I would love to see a tutorial on either double knitting or fancy colorwork. I love the koi mittens on Ravelry but they look like a pretty advanced pattern.

  3. Im a new subscriber and am loving what i have discovered so far…i would love to see a video on the different methods of short row shaping like for example heels and toes for socks or shoulders on sweaters

    Im evilsquirrel on rav

  4. Thanks for the giveaway! I love Knitter’s Pride, have used the wooden tips but not their Nova.

    I’d love to see a tutorial on 2-at-a-time toe-up socks one inside the other (double knitting). I’ve done this once but wasn’t happy with the results; the inside sock turned out noticeably larger than the outside sock. I think it might have been because I wasn’t paying close enough attention to the tension on the inside sock, but that’s because I couldn’t really see it and keep an eye on it. If you have tips for this niche party-trick technique, I’d love to see a video. (Usually I do magic loop 2-at-a-time and am generally happy with that technique.)

  5. I am just learning to knit. Have crocheted for years and wanted to try something new. A friend of mine has an interchangeable set of knitting needles and is just pleased as punk about them. I need to get a starter set and see if I like them. I have bamboo knitting needles but depending on the yarn, sometimes they don’t allow the yarn to slide enough. I really enjoy your videos. They don’t leave me wondering what I just watched.

  6. Love your tutorials and I hear recommendations to them from other knitters all the time. Interchangeable needles are just the best.

  7. Thanks for the review! I didn’t see any tutorials on sock darning. That would be useful! (Subscribed on bloglines. Looking forward to the info.)

  8. I would love to see a tutorial on tips and tricks for using DPNs. I can’t seem to figure out how to hold more than two needles at once! I blame my small hands 🙂

  9. With your wonderful talent for patterns and teaching, I would absolutely love to see a tutorial for a very lovely, full of lace, openwork lace baby afghan. Especially a beautiful white one for the very special occasion of a baby’s blessing or baby’s Christening.

    I was given a beautiful one for my daughter when she was Christened. I would love to make one for an upcoming grandchild.

  10. I’d love to see a tutorial series on the basics of creating your own patterns. i.e. how to fit them, how to choose yarn for them, how to know what increases and decreases work best in certain situations.

  11. Do you have a video yet on choosing the proper yarn (weight, fiber, importance of drape, durability) for a pattern?

  12. great review on these needles!

    How about a future tutorial on a small intarsia project — we always need tips for colorwork! I’m thinking about a small wallet/bag where one would just do a flower on the front and have a plain back

  13. Thank you for such wonderful needles! I would live to see a video on blocking a color affection scarf! I am using our interchangeable needles for my first color affection scarf. Love them and love my scarf. I am told it will take shape I want when I block it – which I have never done. Thank you!

  14. Videos on any suggestions for using dpn’s, I’m still not a fan and would like to learn to love ’em!

  15. You have wonderfully easy to follow videos. Thank you!

    I would love to see help on sizing sweaters for plus size women. Especially sleeves and how they set-in to the fronts. I need larger bicep areas and bust areas and have a terrible time with proper fitting. Either the underarm is too tight or too low and the sleeves grab.

    I appreciate your asking for our suggestions.

  16. I’m now subscribed. Wow. I now know why you want suggestions – I think you’ve covered it all! At least everything I still want to learn (and know about). I see you have one Tunisian crochet video, but there are a lot of stitches there. Or how about the magic circle in crochet? I love seeing different bind-off techniques because at this point I only know one.

  17. Would like to see a video on a seamless sweater. I don’t like joining seams, I want to be done when I’m done knitting. Thanks for your videos!

  18. You are the best! Your site had gotten me out of a few jams. I would like to know how to eliminate the jog when knitting stripes in the round. Thanks again for your great videos.

  19. I love your videos. They are so easy to understand. I would like to see a video on a picot bind off.

  20. Your videos are great. I have learned a lot from you. I know I’m too late to enter the give away, but I want to enter a request for a tutorial. I would love a tutorial on a Ravelry pattern by Martina Behm entitled “Leftie” Unfortunately, it is not a free pattern, but it is pretty. I have tried to knit this, and I keep getting stuck. I would love to have your help. Thanks.

  21. Love your videos I have learned to knit with them. Mostly from
    Utube. I would like to see a video for a swing sweater in the
    Round using fingering wieght yarn. From the top. I like light wieght yarns for sweaters and done like magic loop. No sewing pieces. I love these needles not sure about a big set. I have a size seven and use it a lot. Thanks Eileen

  22. Dearest Staci,
    Funny, every time I look I see. Well, this time I was thinking of a over the shoulders drape cape (cool or colder days knit cozy) that has a front on it like your scarfed hat in your patterns. Let the front fall open like that and the back and shoulder drape go to the short sleeve length (not to cold cozy) maybe a button or tie off closing for the neck line. The point here is it is just a cozy not a sweater with a seam! No seams down the side; total open cozy.

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