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Stitch Red

by ysoldateague June 19, 2012


Some of you have already noticed that Ysolda has contributed a pattern to Knit Red, a new book of 30 beautiful accessory and garment patterns. The book is part of the Needlearts industry’s Stitch Red campaign to raise awareness about heart heath for women.  It also includes personal stories of heart health by the designers, with tips on staying healthy.  A portion of Knit Red’s proceeds will benefit the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health.

Ysolda’s Slip Stitch Beret is knit with Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sport Solid in Bold Red.  The hat is knit from side to side with short row shaping, and the herringbone pattern is a little addictive!

Knit Red is now available, and we have one copy to give away.  If you’d like a chance to win just leave a comment on this post before midnight GMT on Friday 22 June 2012.  We’ll draw a winner at random, and please, only one comment per person.  Good luck!

This contest is now closed.

Congratulations to Adrienne on winning the book. (If there was more than one Adrienne who entered we have emailed the winner.)

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