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How will you wear your Angostura?

by ysoldateague August 08, 2011

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Classic Elite Yarns who generously provided the yarn for Amanda’s Angostura sample have also offered to donate enough yarn for one lucky winner to make an Angostura for themselves!

Leave a comment letting us know how you plan on wearing/styling your Angostura and you could win enough Classic Elite Chesapeake to knit one for yourself (in any size). We’ll also throw in a signed copy of Little Red in the City and a Little Red in the City Project Bag (baby not included!).

365.12 project bags - perfect when you can't knit as fast as the baby is growing!

The winner will be chosen using a random number generator. Contest closed at midnight Eastern standard time on 15 August 2011.

Thanks for participating, there are some great ideas here! Comments are now closed and I’ll be in touch with the winner in the next few days.

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