Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Nova Cubics Interchangeable 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), December 10, 2014; and the winner will be announced in video on December 11, 2014. The winning comment will be chosen by random number generator.

You are welcome to comment here, but you must click through to the video on YouTube to enter the contest.

Since not everyone can win, you can purchase your own set of these needles here.

Information on things you’ll see in the video:
The sweater I’m wearing is a free pattern + video tutorial, which can be found here.

The nail polish I’m wearing is by Julep, color “Malala”.

31 comments on “Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Nova Cubics Interchangeable Set

  1. I try to knit some of my gifts each year. It varies. Right now its slippers for the grandsons. You are my go to for Knitting help and ideas. Thank you . I have had a subscription to your channel for a couple years now. I would love to win those needles.

  2. I usually start knitting gifts right after Christmas. I don’t like pressuring myself by having to worry about not finishing. A mistake I’ve made in years past. Love your channel!

  3. Oh I love watching your videos. I just subscribed to your channel and look forward to seeing more of your videos. I usually start my Christmas gifts around June so that I can get them finished in time. Please enter me into your awesome contest, I’d love to win these needles.

  4. I like to knit some dishcloths for holidays. I just started your shaker dishcloths and have finished one for now, ready for more. Love your bulky socks and dishcloths.

  5. I knit a couple of my holiday gifts. I knitted to scarves for my grandmother. I’m trying to knit some intarsia dishcloths for people , too.

  6. I love making dishcloths hats gloves mittens and other things. It would be awesome to win this contest wish me luck!!!!!

  7. I start on my Christmas knitting projects in July. I usually make fingerless gloves and cowls for presents. This year I made a very complicated sweater for one of my daughter and it was a good thing I started in July as I am now just finishing sewing it together!

  8. I’m not making my gifts this year because I’m just learning to knit. I made a washcloth and am now working on a cowl and am still trying to get to the hang of counting and keeping my place. Once I perfect that, I’ll start working on gifts for next year. Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. Ideally I like to start by late winter, early spring. I spend so much time deciding what I am going to knit and who is receiving the gift, that I don’t actually start knitting until early summer. I’m always in a knitting frenzy to finish gifts in time for Christmas. LOL

  10. I generally start knitting Christmas gifts around October and finish on December 24th! I am currently working on ribbed hat because hats knit up quickly. Happy Holidays

  11. I knitted my first scarf a few months ago and decided to give it to my son for Christmas. I just started making hats a few weeks ago and have three finished and two others that are almost done. Everyone on my list is getting a hat this year.

  12. The flat sided knitting needles look very interesting. Oh, and BTW, I wish there was a way for someone (ahem) to get permission to do a tutorial on knitting the “Lucy Hat”…The crocheted version just doesn’t quite get there, does it. I, mmyself, would certainly pay for a video of it. I want to make that hat but have failed miserably every time I try. I’m a visual person and I know I would fly through a video of it. Please Please Please. Marty

  13. I make most of my gifts every year either sewing or knitting. This year I am knitting half of them. Every year on December 25th I say I will start earlier the following year. Then every year in mid November I finally decide what I am going to make and get knitting! I love your videos, they are the best out there!

  14. I love to knit for family and those who would truly appreciate hand made gifts. A lot of time and preparation goes into my work and the recipients are lovingly thought of (or prayed for) during the making of each piece, either sewn or knitted. I usually begin whenever my first inspiration comes, then the rest flow pretty easily. With that being said, I usually start sometime during the summer when the weather is too hot for nice wool knitted things. Somehow, it makes me think of Christmas and what to knit. Unfortunately, I have overworked my right hand thumb trying to finish a scarf I was mentally finished with already. Full blown knitter’s fatigue. Sigh! So, my knitting has slowed to a crawl. But, I can still sew without difficulty. Merry Christmas, Staci! I love your videos!

  15. Hi Staci
    Thanks for the chance to win these awesome needles. I started knitting some socks , super easy slippers and some cowls in October I think I should start earlier next year starting to feel the crunch . Hope you had a relaxing Thanksgiving and that you have a great Christmas . Your tutorials are awesome I have learned a lot , have a wonderful day:)

  16. Working on Fingerless Gloves(your pattern!) as gifts. I just started my Christmas gifts. Thankfully your pattern is easy and quick! Love your videos…they are how I learned to knit last year! Beautiful needle set:-)

  17. I am knitting a few pairs of slippers for family members and making felted wool dryer balls for a few friends! Would love to win this set of needles!

  18. Yes, I am knitting gifts of hats, socks and mitts. I’m waiting for the yarn to be delivered. Nothing like waiting until the last minute. I hope to win, but I do have backup needles in case I don’t win. ????

  19. Knitting…it has become my passion. I start in the summer with the first project I decide to make for Christmas. Then I see something new to try, on your channel of course, so start that one. Then about October/November I decide I better finish what I started. Actually just finished my last knitted gift this week, a Saroyan scarf with matching fingerless gloves. Your tutorials keep my creativity flowing and I always learn something new. Thank you so much for the time you take! Happy Holidays to you and yours.

  20. Thank you for all your videos. I try every year to start my holiday knitting projects early but it seems that I like to knit under pressure so it’s more like October when I start. Have a happy holidays.

  21. I decided to knit/crochet dishcloths for every month this year…so I started back in January….5 full sets….easy when you start that early.

  22. I love hats! they are quick to make, look spectacular and very visible when I want to look nice.

    I am so hooked on your videos 😀 Keep them coming as they make even the most difficult technique seem easy. You Rock!

  23. I am very impressed with your videos. I am knitting your cropped raglan sweater. It has taken me out of my comfort zone. I would like to work with double point needles (scary) and learn cable stitch. You have encouraged me to try. Thank you for incentives.

  24. I am very impressed with your videos. Without it I would not have knitted out of my comfort zone. I am making my first sweater. The cropped raglan sweater. You have encouraged me to expand my knitting to new projects. Thank you.

  25. I have a friend who has had breast cancer surgery. She starts Radiation the end of January. I would like to knit her a Breast Cancer ribbon lap robe to keep her warm while going through this treatment. Do you have a pattern for the ribbon? Thank you so much… really enjoy your YouTube videos… I learn so much from you…

    Thank you so much, Sherry

  26. I am trying to find a pattern for the Breast Cancer Ribbon… I have a friend who has had breast cancer surgery in November and will start radiation the end of January…. I would love to make her a lap robe with that design… Can you help me… ? Thank you very much… I love your videos on YouTube and learn so much from them… Thank you for sharing your knowledge… fondly, sherry

  27. Sherry – no, I don’t have any pattern for that, but if there is a pattern like that to be found, you’ll find it by searching Ravelry. Good luck!
    S t a c i

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