Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Karbonz Interchangeable Midi Set

Please watch the entire video for instructions on how to enter the giveaway. This contest is open to US and international viewers (customs charges may apply outside the US). The contest is open until 12:01 am (US Central Time), November 20th, 2013; and the winner will be announced in video on November 21st, 2013. The winning comment will be chosen by random number generator.

Please note – you are welcome to leave a comment or question here on my website, but to enter the contest you must comment on the video on YouTube.

This needle 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 poncho on the mannequin is the Easy Folded Poncho pattern by Churchmouse Yarns. You can see the details of my project on my Ravelry project page, where you can also click through to the pattern.

33 comments on “Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Karbonz Interchangeable Midi Set

  1. OMG,omg,omg I’m zooming over to youtube to leave a comment. Being out of work for awhile now I’ve picked up knitting. Its seems to be the best thing to keep my mind off my worries. I’ve previously made simple scarfs years ago then one with ribs changing every 6 inches. I found you online and I’ve made my first pair of socks for beginners. Now I’m working on Toe up 2 at a time from a book I took out of the library.
    These needles look pretty sweet and I like the idea that their tips are pointy.
    Good luck to everyone and thanks for the chance to win.

  2. I would love to win these!! I wanted to try them for the longest time. I’m beginning a shawl pattern that has intricate stitches. These needles would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win

  3. Thanks for all your terrific tutorials and easy to understand patterns!!Would like to see a tutorial and pattern for a bulkier guys hunting/work sock in larger sizes such as size 13 and 14 as I have had a hard time finding the larger size and in a heavy weight and easy pattern in a style a working guy would like! Thanks!

  4. I love the knitter’s pride Needles. I’ve put then on the top of my christmas list. I stopped knitting in my early 20’s and picked it up again 3 years ago. Now with the internet I can learn a stitch by watching, its so much easier then read.
    Thanks Staci, Ive learned a lot from you.

    Cheers Elly

  5. I have seen these kind of needles online and catalogs and have wondered about them. They look very neat and it would be really nice to have since I am unemployed for 4 years now but have been going to school. Knitting is my escape from my stressful life between my family and school. Knitters pride is really neat needles to look at. Thank you sat I for giving the review and good luck everyone!!! Happy holidays

  6. I’d love to try one of these new needle sets. I have a drawerful of knitting needles that were passed down to me from my Mom, most of which are older than I am. Anyway, a new needle set would at last force me to clean out my drawer!

  7. I love your videos! I learned basic knit/purl from my grandmother a long time ago. However, I never learned to actually follow a pattern and the important details that enable you to actually create something other than a scarf. Your video tutorials have given me that missing information and now I am knitting my first sweater. So, thank you!

  8. I love love love this website and your tutorials and patterns. So glad I’ve found you and I’ve passed this site info along to all my Knitting buddies. I saw these needles at the Stitches convention last weekend in Connecticut. They look like they would be great to use on lace projects which I love to work on. Good luck to everyone including me, lol

  9. I would love, love, love to win these needles. I’ve been making lace shawlettes lately and they seem perfect for upcoming projects.

  10. I purchased a non-interchangeable Karbonz circular needle and love it. It would be great to win the interchangeable set. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Thank you for encouraging me to try new knit projects. I am interested in this new knitting tool. Your videos are always fun to watch.

  12. Hello and thanks for the chance to win these needles. I do have a question, are the cords with this set interchangeble with other sets of Knitters Pride?

  13. Went to YouTube to watch and comment on the video…. There was no comment field on the YouTube video…. Am I doing something wrong?

    Also, since I never win anything, I went to Amazon.com to check these out….wow, spendy, will take them off my list of to try!

  14. Donna – you may want to Google an answer to your question. Things have changed with YouTube commenting over the last week, and I’m not sure what all the situations are. You may need some kind of Google account to leave a comment, like Gmail, Google+, or YouTube. I know that others are leaving comments without trouble!

    S t a c i

  15. I have been eyeing these needles off for a while now, but not wanted to part with the $$$. I knit under down lights and the constant flash of metal when I use plated needles is annoying – so I use birch wood needles which aren’t shiny; and are a bit blunt for lace. But these needles only have a shiny tip – so you get the speed of an ultra smooth tip and less ‘flash’. Would LOVE to win this set 🙂

  16. Love your website and your video instructions. I’ve come across a term in a knitting pattern from Canada — k3w. I know it means that you wrap the yarn around the needle three times, but was wondering if you could demonstrate it sometime. Thanks.

  17. Love to knit. Have been using Denise needles. Would like to try a different type of needle, but don’t have extra chase to spend. Maybe I will win a set.

  18. Love your tutorials! I knitted years ago, and picked it up again, so sometimes I need a “refresher” and your videos are SO helpful!

  19. Would love to win this for my Mother in law. She is a wonderful knitter and taught me how last Thanksgiving.

  20. Just wanted to thank you for all your time you put in to your videos. I had been playing around with yarn for years and could never really come up with anything, I can’t read a crochet pattern to save my life, but I was bound and determined to find my craft. I found a pair of old knitting needles and just started messing around with them and then I found you!! Your youtub videos have changed the way I look at yarn. Now it’s not what is this mess, but rather what can I make next. So thanks again and would love to meet you the next time I’m in Texas.

  21. You’re videos and site is where I go when ever I need to look up anything or be taught how to do all things knitting. Thank you. Well done. I have been wondering how to think about how to work with these knitting needles. I look forward to more of your videos.

  22. Hi Staci,
    I have been shopping for a set of speed needles and these are on the top of my list. I have been knitting the Featherweight cardi by Hannah Fettig and using madeline tosh prairie and I really could use some finer point needles to do those M1R stitches. It is super slow and tough with my wooden needles. I love that poncho on AB. I just bought a bunch of Mirasol Sulka and maybe this yarn would be perfect for that poncho! Thanks for all you do Staci!
    -Jessa

  23. Hi! I would love to try to knit two socks at the time. I just watched your video and it’s pretty well explained! Actually, I am waiting for my yarn to arrive by mail and I would need another circular needle to achieved those 😉
    Thanks a lot for your great explanation!

    PS: Sorry for my english, I’m french canadian!

  24. It would be such a blessing to win these needles. Currently, I am working on “minnion”hats for my grandchildren for Christmas. Thank you for your knitting help. It has been a blessing.

  25. Hello Staci, I love you and your videos. You are definitely ‘The Best’. I, like many, after many years, am going to pick up the knitting needles again!! THIS SET OF NEEDLES WOULD BE IDEAL FOR ME TO START OFF WITH !!!!! I hope I win them!!! Keep up the good work.

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