Giveaway & Product Review – Knitter’s Pride Nova Cubics Needle Set

You’re welcome to comment here, but to enter the contest, you must comment on YouTube HERE.

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), June 4, 2014; and the winner will be announced in video on June 5, 2014. The winning comment will be chosen by random number generator.

Since not everyone can win, you can get your own set of these needles here at Webs.

The sweater on the mannequin is my Woman’s Zippered Letterman’s Jacket, pattern + video tutorial.

The pattern for the sweater I’m wearing can be found here (not my design).

The nail polish I’m wearing is Julep color “Flora”.

21 comments on “Giveaway & Product Review – Knitter’s Pride Nova Cubics Needle Set

  1. Ummm…Staci, the Amazon site says the needles are unavailable and they don’t even know if they will be able to stock them again. I have no local LYS so depend on the internet for all of my knitting stuff. Got any other suggestions for getting these needles?

  2. Hi Ruthie – looks like they just ran out of stock…you can google the needles (Knitter’s Pride Nova Cubics Single Pointed Needle Set) to find other online retailers.

    S t a c i

  3. This is not related to the give away, but I wasn’t sure how else to contact you. Have you considered a toe up 2 at a time sock video using Judy’s magical cast on? I would purchase a sock pattern from you if you had one using that method, I want to try the method but it seems that you are the best teacher. I also think if I knit 2 at a time I actually might be able to finally finish the project. Thanks, Renee

  4. Hmmm… Tough question with so many wonderful yarns. If I could only choose one, I would stick with baby alpaca from Cascade. It is so soft and comfy. Thanks for all your videos!

  5. Worsted weight for sure. Works up quick and you can find it everywhere. Bernat is a favorite of mine.

  6. Right now, I would say the most versatile and reasonably priced yarn I have found is Knit Picks Palette yarn. It comes in so many colors, and is fingering weight, so you could double or even triple it and be able to use it in just about any project! (BTW — I could not get YouTube to allow me to post a comment. And they only sent me the update on your feed tonight! So I did not even know you were doing the review and giveaway until the last moment!) I love your tutorials, A knitter since childhood (like you) I am very grateful that you have clued me in on a whole bunch of details that I had missed along the way. Thanks for that! Laura

  7. Hi Staci: I am intrigued by the herringbone stitch. Would you consider designing a vest and/or a pullover in a vertical herringbone stitch pattern for women. Something that could be lengthened or shortened for various tastes. Thanks Pat

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