Reclaiming the Fall – and a giveaway

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Fall has always been my favorite time of year – even when I was young, I was always excited when September rolled around: the weather starts getting cooler, the leaves begin to turn, and hot apple cider and various pumpkin flavored items begin to appear in shops. (How much do I love fall?  Well this guy pretty much sums up my excitement)

So way back when we started discussing doing an Autumn collection as a follow up to First Light, I had a feeling this would be an incredible collection.  Then when I saw the submissions we received from the designers, I knew this would become an all time favorite.  Even better, as the designer coordinator, I got to work with all 13 of these incredible designers and got a first look at everything!

And now we are excited to share with you Reclaimed – the  Knit Picks Fall 2014 Collection! I could talk about each design & designer in this collection but rather than make this longest post ever,  I decided to just share a couple of favorites.

I’m not normally one for knit dresses, but seeing Thayer Preece’s Addison Dress has completely changed my mind.  It just looks so warm & comfy and I’m always immediately attracted to any pattern with stripes!  I’ve got the yarn picked out (our new Wool of the Andes Superwash!) and now I’m trying to decide what colors I want to make – either keep it more neutral or go a bit brighter.

swarm

I want to say Lisa Kereliuk’s Swarm of Bees sweater was the first submission to go in the yes pile – all of us absolutely loved Lisa’s idea, with the different textures all over the sweater – including a mock belt at the waist with a bee cable pattern.  Be sure to check out all the photos on the pattern page to see the full effect!

atmos

Hilary Smith Callis is one of my favorite designers – all of her designs are instantly wearable for everyone and so well written (and she’s honestly one of the nicest people I’ve ever met).  Atmos is no exception – such a great shape and beautiful cables – I like big cables and I cannot lie (sorry for that earwarm).  Knit up quickly in Swish Bulky, I can see making this for a holiday gift this year.

There’s so many great patterns in here – for instance, I didn’t even include the accessories!  We’re so excited to share this with you, we’ve decided to have a giveaway –  to enter, check out all the Reclaimed patterns here, then come back and leave a comment on this blog, letting us know which pattern is your favorite and why.  That’s it!  I’ll randomly draw 3 names on Monday August 19 and each one will win a copy of the book!

Rules: One entry per person. Must have a US or Canada mailing address. No purchase necessary. All comments must be posted on THIS blog post. Comments on other blog posts or on social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, G+, Ravelry, etc.) will not be valid for this contest. We will close the comments at 7am PST August 19th and randomly select the winners then!

As a note, don’t worry if your comment doesn’t show up right away – because of not-very-nice spammers that slip through our filters, we need to approve each comment.  So there might be delay, especially over the weekend – but don’t worry, we’ll get your entry!


1380 comments

  1. Pam / August 15, 2013

    Belt Cardi! So simple and so cute! And the cable embrace cardi and landslide cowl. And… 🙂

  2. Melissa Vink / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover Pattern. I love it for so many reasons! It can be dressed p or dressed down for more casual get togethers. I love the neck on it!! I also love the simplicity of the body with the pairing of a lovely collar. It’s absolutely gorgeous!! All of the designs are amazing but this one just does me in with the collar and simple stitched body. Thanks for the chance!!

  3. Jessica H / August 15, 2013

    I love both the Addison Dress and the Belt Cardi. They both look so wonderfully wearable and comfortable.

  4. Dari / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace cardigan!!! Such classic lines!

  5. Bonnie Therrien / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Bellflower Coat. I love the chunky cables, longer length, and pockets. Hate making them, love using them.

  6. Robyn / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Bellflower Coat. I love those thick cables and the pockets! And it looks cozy and warm, perfect for fall.

  7. Rachel / August 15, 2013

    Such a hard decision! I would probably knit and wear everyone. Swarm of bees would have to be first.

  8. Ann Devine / August 15, 2013

    Atmos! Love the vests!

  9. Ashtan A. / August 15, 2013

    The Belt Cardi is just gorgeous! Very much my style!

  10. Alexandria / August 15, 2013

    Definitely swarm of bees — looks the most fun to knit, and closest to my style.

  11. Chrisie / August 15, 2013

    Wow! I love them all! But I think my favourite on first glance is Swarm of Bees. And in Capra? Love!

  12. Karen K / August 15, 2013

    I love the Straight A dress, so cute! Can’t wait to knit it up 🙂

  13. Raya / August 15, 2013

    The Thick Chill Hood is a must knit. It looks comfortable and elegant.

  14. Tricia / August 15, 2013

    So many beautiful patterns!

  15. Ella / August 15, 2013

    I love the Straight A dress- very cute and looks easy to wear!

  16. Karen Michaud / August 15, 2013

    I really like the look of the Thick Chill cowl. Autumn wind hurts my ear.

  17. Aida Castro / August 15, 2013

    Love to own the new collections for fall!!!

  18. Jennifer / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower Coat is quite nice. I’ve always been a fan of huge cables.

  19. D Chan / August 15, 2013

    Definitely the Addison dress! Such simple and elegant lines!

  20. Amanda / August 15, 2013

    The Jayashri most definitely. I love how laid back and comfy it looks without being slouchy or horribly oversized. Another thing for my queue for fall.

  21. Shana / August 15, 2013

    The Belt Cardi is just too cute for words! LOVE. IT.

  22. Áine / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga tunic. It’s a great length, looks very flexible for dressing up or down, that neckline is flattering to so many figure shapes, and it would be perfect for layering all the way through winter!

  23. Anna Broadway / August 15, 2013

    I’m with you on knit dresses in general — and you’re right that Addison has much more flattering lines. A very nice set of designs!

  24. Sheryl Powell / August 15, 2013

    Love the Cable Embrace Cardigan. It’s so beautiful and yet simple. Obviously works great casually with jeans but would work in the office, too.

  25. Lilie / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the Belt Cardi!

  26. LaTina / August 15, 2013

    I can’t choose between the Addison dress and the Swarm of Bees sweater – they’re both amazing (and now on my knitting to-do list).

  27. Adele Dunnigan / August 15, 2013

    I love both sweaters designed by Meghan Jones. She is a very talented designer. I have knit her patterns before with detail knit descriptions that assume I know nothing, and that works well for me.

  28. Becky Hantsbarger / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower Coat is stunning! I want to pick up my needles right now!

  29. Beth / August 15, 2013

    Landslide cowl it’s beautiful and totally wearable!

  30. Bevin / August 15, 2013

    Love the Calistoga Tunic. Modern and wearable.

  31. Kristina / August 15, 2013

    I love everything in the collection–tweed!–cables!!–but I think Callis’ Atmos cardigan is the type of garment I would be reaching for everyday in the fall . . .

  32. Maureen / August 15, 2013

    The Thick Chill Hood! I think I’d feel like a Jane Austen heroine in that.

  33. Julie / August 15, 2013

    What a cozy looking collection of patterns! I would love to make the belt cardi for work.

    I think you marked the close date of your draw incorrectly though. The draw can’t end before it began on the 14th.

  34. Bonnie Germain / August 15, 2013

    I love them all

  35. Bri / August 15, 2013

    The Addison Dress is gorgeous, and could be done in all different color combos… muted heathers seem like a great idea, but imagine a black and white version! Or.. Or… Or! Oh the possibilities!

  36. Ana / August 15, 2013

    Loved the collection, very cozy yet modern. The Jayashri pullover is my favorite!

  37. Barbara / August 15, 2013

    I have bees, and would enjoy knitting the ” bee” inspired sweater.

  38. Patricia / August 15, 2013

    So many great patterns indeed! My favourite is the addison dress, it looks so nice and comfy! (:

  39. Angela Medina / August 15, 2013

    I like the Kyoko toque & mitts. I really like the cabling.

  40. Lori / August 15, 2013

    Definitely the Belt Cardi!

  41. James / August 15, 2013

    Hard to pick. Some really gorgeous patterns. The Savitri coat is gorgeous, but if I had to pick just one, the Atmos cardigan would be it. Looks to be easily modifiable to make slightly more guy-ish. lol

  42. Tiffany Harrell / August 15, 2013

    Balt Cardi and the Thick Chill Hood!

  43. April Richardson / August 15, 2013

    Definitely the Calistoga Tunic!

  44. Gillian / August 15, 2013

    I want Swarm of bees sweater!

  45. Susan / August 15, 2013

    The Addison Dress NEEDS to be on my needles because I have a special anniversary coming up and want to look as sexy as I can for my sweet amazing husband who is always so good to me!

  46. Jamie K. / August 15, 2013

    The Swarm of Bees! I love the change of the pattern by the waist. Looks like a flattering fit.

  47. Amergin / August 15, 2013

    Monday is not the 14th…..?

    Oh, and
    BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSS, Watson!

  48. Amy / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower coat is gorgeous, I adore the cables. It looks sophisticated enough to wear out, but cozy enough to wear in! 😉

  49. Cheryl / August 15, 2013

    How I LOVE the Jayashri Pullover. I am so stingy about spending $$ on patterns but I definitely will with this one!

  50. Christina Enger / August 15, 2013

    I would definitely start with the landslide cowl and then tackle the luxe pullover.

  51. Amanda / August 15, 2013

    Can I pick three? Is that cheating? 😉
    I love the Addison dress but I’m not sure I’d have the patience to knit that much stockinette. Swarm of Bees is beautiful and from my experience so far, I get a lot of use out of short-sleeve sweaters. I’m also totally crushing on that particular shade of gold. I also love the Belt Cardi – totally fits my style and it would be oh-so-useful day to day.

  52. Missey Perrelli / August 15, 2013

    I am already planning to make the Thick Chill Hood! Got my yarn and the book ordered. I cannot wait to get started on this project:-)

  53. Donna Gerber / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos Cardigan is my favorite. I love cables and the longer length of this. Also like the fact that the sleeves are picked up and knit with short rows. It looks like it would be so cozy to wear.

  54. Allyson Reid / August 15, 2013

    I am a sucker for cables, so of course I LOVE the bell flower coat!! It makes my fingers itch for cables!!!

  55. Tish Sentell / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri Coat is my favorite. I love the unusual but classic look of this sweater, and it looks like it would be really fun to knit.

  56. Annie Straight / August 15, 2013

    Definitely, the Luxe pullover. It looks so warm and soft and cozy!

  57. Lisa / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga Tunic looks instantly wearable!

  58. Betty Wharton / August 15, 2013

    I love the cable work on the Atmos cardigan and on the Bellflower Coat.

  59. Linda / August 15, 2013

    Love the Thick Chill Hood!

  60. Holly / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Jayashri Pullover — from the moment I saw the button detail on the neckline, I wanted to knit this item!

  61. Janetcc / August 15, 2013

    swarm of bees, although I look lousy in yellows, i’d knit it up in green or brown.

  62. Christina / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace cardigan. It looks like a fun knit!

  63. Abie / August 15, 2013

    The first thing I would make is the Straight A Dress (http://www.knitpicks.com/patterns/straight-a-dress-pattern-en.html?intmedid=ReclaimedLanding–StraightADress)…. but longer. 🙂

  64. Christine / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees pattern for my daughter at JMU, and the Atmos pattern really fills my desire to knit and wear cables. They’re all beautiful and stylish patterns…anyone would be delighted to receive either of the projects as a gift and proud to wear it. Thank you to the designers and publisher.

  65. Charlotte / August 15, 2013

    My favourite is the Cable Embrace cardigan — I love the design and the yarn.

  66. Shelly D. / August 15, 2013

    Toss up between the Addison Dress and the Belt Cardi. The dress is perfect with knee high boots and tights for the winter. The cardigan is reminiscent of the 1920s (an era I love!). One could make it a little longer and pair it with a Goorin Bros. cloche and pretend to be at Downton Abbey. : )

  67. Karen in Texas / August 15, 2013

    Got to have Swarm of Bees! What a super pattern and the color is just perfect for this year and for bees! Bellflower boat is a close second.

  68. Natalie B. / August 15, 2013

    I wish I had the stamina (and concentration) to do the Addison Dress!!

    But the one I would probably make SEVERAL times is the Kyoko set! Interesting pattern, versatile use, and I can imagine some color “hacking” I would do!

  69. Bonnie / August 15, 2013

    My favorite pattern is the Swarm of Bees Sweater…I love the name and that it’s short sleeved!

  70. Amy Sacha / August 15, 2013

    Cable Embrace Cardigan, although picking one is pretty difficult! I love the way the cables chevron on this lovely sweater!

  71. Rachael / August 15, 2013

    I think the Thick Chill Hood is my favorite. We only have one car, which my husband takes to work, so I usually walk the 1/2 mile to pick up our son from school. I DO wear hats a lot of the time but find it hard to do if my hair has been put up, so a hood would be perfect!

  72. CAROL B / August 15, 2013

    WOW – Classic and classy sweaters, love them. Would love to make them all.

  73. Cathy Williams / August 15, 2013

    So hard to choose! I love Fall and the gorgeous colors. I think my favorite is the Landslide Cowl, followed by the Belt Cardi and the Swarm of Bees Sweater. I could wear all of them at work and show them off! 🙂

  74. lauren / August 15, 2013

    I love that dress! I can see myself wearing it all the time with leggings and boots. Looks so simple, but so stylish.

  75. CGC / August 15, 2013

    bulky tunic is a winner!

  76. Louise / August 15, 2013

    Another vote for the Swarm of Bees sweater, but the Straight-A dress is a close second. I can see me wearing both – and I probably will!

  77. Janis / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress! I’m always cold, so extra knitwear is always welcome!

  78. Amanda G. / August 15, 2013

    It’s so hard to choose – they’re all so pretty. I think the one that made me sit up and take notice the most is the Cable Embrace cardigan. I love the texture created by the cable pattern. I can see myself getting a lot of wear out of that one!

  79. Chris Lustick / August 15, 2013

    While I like all the patterns in Reclaimed, my favorites are the Landside Cowl and the Belted Cardi. I can see myself wearing them during our Northwest winters.

  80. kristi / August 15, 2013

    i love the Jayashri sweater — the button tab on the collar is such a cute embellishment.

  81. Christine Johns / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress but I’m not sure I have the patience to knit it! It would look fantastic on my daughter who wears a size 4!

  82. annaabel / August 15, 2013

    I love the hood!

  83. Mandy Conklin / August 15, 2013

    Love the look of these patterns. Great Fall designs.

  84. amanda / August 15, 2013

    The belt cardi is eye-catching, but I would love to make a few others as well. I love these collections KP is putting together, great selection!!

    p.s. I tried to post before, but an error message of “comments too quickly” came up?

  85. Annette / August 15, 2013

    I am so in love with Swarm of Bees and Savitri, but Calistoga Tunic would be my first project, it looks SO comfy and cute.

  86. Genevieve Spana / August 15, 2013

    I really love the sweaters in this collection. I’m not usually one to make sweaters but I think I can’t live without these ones. I absolutely adore the Jayashri pullover. It has beautiful drape and such a unique neckline. Another plus is that its short sleeved so I can wear it to work. This whole collection has wonderful details that set each project apart from others without being so complex I’m intimidated.

    P.s. second fave is the Callistoga tunic. Perfect cozy sweater that will go with everything.

  87. Ellen M / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri sweater. The details at the neck and sleeves are so charming, unlike anything I’ve seen before.

    Looks like a fun knit. The whole collection is great.

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  88. Tara / August 15, 2013

    I love the bellflower coat the most. it looks so cozy and just what I would need for the coming cool weather!!

  89. Amanda Cuffin / August 15, 2013

    It wasn’t an easy choice, but I’d have to say the Luxe Pullover is definitely my favorite. Having just learned how to knit sweaters this summer, I’ve been constantly on the look out for a great pattern to try. This pullover has such an elegant look to it and I’m confident I’d be able to make it without much difficulty. It would be really good for any occasion, especially when you need something warm to quickly to pull on. Plus, it would work in any color, you could make half a dozen of them to fit into your wardrobe!

  90. Steffie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress! The sleek fit and stripe detail make it look so elegant for a sweater dress!

  91. Amy / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower Coat. It looks so comfortable and cozy. In the Swish Bulky, I could see having time to knit this as a gift. It would be like giving a friend a warm, loving hug on a chilly day, every time she put it on. Plus, I can just see those nice, juicy cables knitting up between my fingers!

  92. Jen / August 15, 2013

    I really like the simple lines on the Straight A Dress.

  93. Pam Dier / August 15, 2013

    I love the Landslide Cowl! I’ve always liked asymmetrical accessories and my 16 yo daughter wants more cowls. 🙂

  94. Amanda / August 15, 2013

    Such a hard decision, but I think I would have to say the Addison dress.

  95. Bec / August 15, 2013

    As a beginner knitter my favorite is the Gradual Scarf Pattern, a handsome, classic scarf that looks doable. That said, if I were an experienced knitter I would be knitting the Savitri Coat in a shorter version. It is such a cute coat that would look good on anyone. Very nice job designers!

  96. Janine / August 15, 2013

    I love this book! The Atmos Cardigan in Chocolate is first on my list. It will dress up my casual tees and keep me warm on those chilly autumn nights.

  97. Christiana / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover! It looks so cozy!

  98. Lisa Smith / August 15, 2013

    I would have to say that I like the Addison dress the best. Simply for the fact that I’ve made hats, scarves, mittens and cowls. I’ve made babies sweaters. I’ve made baby pants and blankets. I’ve made washcloths and towels. But now I’m making my first adult sweater for the first time in my life. It’s been a challenge and it’s also been very exciting to knit. I want to challenge myself again after I’m done with that and a dress like that looks like it would be good. Something that I’ve never done. Something challenging but not too awful hard either. I think it would be a fun project.

  99. Rebecca / August 15, 2013

    Theoldreader.com Calistoga Tunic is my favorite, it looks like a sweater that I would want to throw on every single day. I imagine that it would be just as much fun to knit!

  100. Jamie B / August 15, 2013

    It’s hard to pick just one but I like the Jayashri Pullover the best. The sleeve detail is great!

  101. Melissa / August 15, 2013

    Seriously, just one? I don’t think that’s possible. So here are my favs: Jayashri Pullover, Kyoko Hat and Mitts, Belt Cardi, Belflower Coat and Calistoga Tunic. But they are all gorgeous!

  102. Devon / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees! It looks professional enough for the office environment, and comfortable/cozy enough for everyday wear 🙂

  103. Ellen Gaynor / August 15, 2013

    I love the Belt Cardi. Comfortable and stylish.

  104. 5elementknitr / August 15, 2013

    I like the Calistoga Tunic best! Great use of “optional” cowl neck!

  105. Bonnie Rice / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover the most; the button and collar details are stylish!

  106. Cheryl / August 15, 2013

    I’m really digging on the Landslide Cowl. At least, that was the first pattern that caught my eye. I was curious about the construction and when I went to look at the rest of the collection I absolutely fell in love with all of it. This is the first pattern book I’ve really thought “wow I would make everything in it!”

  107. Kristen / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Jayashri pullover.

  108. Shannon K / August 15, 2013

    So many lovely designs and so hard to choose! I think the Jayashri Pullover is my favorite. It looks like it’d be a flattering shape on me, and I like how the design is simple, but with just enough flair and texture to keep it interesting. Love the button tab cowl neck collar.

  109. Danielle / August 15, 2013

    I just love the Jayashri Pullover! Definitely first on my to-be-knit list. It looks like a perfect layer for the coming Chicago winter. Ambitiously, I’d love to make the Addison dress because it’s pretty much everything I’m looking for in a sweater dress. It looks like it softly hugs curves, while the graduated stripes distract enough for it to not appear like too bodycon clingy. I love the scoop neck too! If I work up the courage to knit something that big, I can definitely see it becoming my go-to dress with some leggings and boots.

  110. Jackie / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees sweater. It looks so comfy even with the short sleeves. A close second would be the Kyotko Togue and mittens, living in the New England always nice to have a cute hat and mittens, it would also be a nice gift for my nieces.

  111. cheryl parker / August 15, 2013

    That Savitri Coat screams my name; I was given gorgeous big antique buttons from my son as a Christmas gift and the buttons and this coat were made for each other. I’m in love

  112. cheryl parker / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri Coat screams my name. I was given gorgeous, big, antique buttons as a Christmas gift from my son; the coat and the buttons were made for each other. I’m in love!

  113. Denise / August 15, 2013

    My favorite? That’s easy. It’s the Jayashri pullover. No wait, the Belt Cardi. And the Atmos Cardigan. No, no, it’s the Bellflower Coat…

  114. Desiree / August 15, 2013

    I am loving the Cable Embrace Cardigan!

  115. Crystal / August 15, 2013

    I love Kyoko Toque & Mitts. My office is freezing cold year round. I can wear these inside to keep warm and still be able to type!!

  116. Elana Kehoe / August 15, 2013

    Ooooohhh, the Luxe pullover. I can see myself living in that all winter. But then the dress is pretty nice, and the cowl… darn it. One? Really?

  117. Maeve Ulrick / August 15, 2013

    I love atmos. Those chunky cables scream fall to me!

  118. Mary Ann Boyles / August 15, 2013

    Oh, pick me, pick me! I would love to try the straight A dress!

  119. Nancy Reed / August 15, 2013

    I’d love to make the Atmos cardigan. I’m always looking for an unusual vest/tunic to complete an outfit. I’m rather large, and the very generous measurements of this pattern are so welcome! Thank you! 🙂

  120. Barb / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the Jayashri, the belted cardi, and swarm of bees! They are all so classy and look like they would work on all body types. gorgeous stuff!

  121. Lee Anne / August 15, 2013

    OMG! I love them all, but my absolute favorite is the Jayashri Pullover. It’s sexy and perfect for those cool days when a long sweater is just too much. Not living on the east coast anymore, I miss out on the whole Fall experience. This pattern is just perfect for the autumn temperatures here. This project would be a big challenge for me because I’ve never knitted a sweater before. Crossing my fingers to get a chance at the free patterns. Thanks for the opportunity!

  122. Erika / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga Tunic seems so versatile! I could see myself cuddling up in it on the weekend for my boys’ football games, or dressing it up for a day at the office!

  123. Dlynn / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower Coat is all me! In this part of NC that’s all I need for winter.

  124. Katherine Bolger Hyde / August 15, 2013

    What a tough choice! I love all the cardigans especially, but I think I have to say the Savitri Coat is the most striking design statement with its unusual closure and sleeves. I love a chance to use big beautiful buttons!

  125. Jeanne Bringley / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri Coat!!! Hands down. That would have to be knit first.

  126. Deb / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri and the Cable Embrace Cardiga. They each have a unique look that I really like.

  127. Robin J / August 15, 2013

    I love them all, but I think I would start with Swarm of Bees. Seems like a nice early fall sweater that you could layer a long sleeve tee under to transition it into cooler weather.

  128. Anne Cameron / August 15, 2013

    I am totally in love with the Atmos cardi. And it just happens to be my birthday this week, winning the pattern would be pefect lol.

  129. Laura / August 15, 2013

    Like so many other’s it’s hard to pick ‘just one’. But in order to play by the rules, I am picking the Jayashri Pullover – so classy and elegent, yet it looks so comfortable! Perfect for a night out on the town or curling up with hot cider, jazz music, the dog at my feet, the cat by my side, and knitting projects….I love fall.

  130. Heather Wenger / August 15, 2013

    Wow! I’m in a toss up as to which is may favorite! Atmos and Belt Cardi are calling my name! I too love cables and Atmos fills the bill on that one. I like the classic lines of Belt cardi. Might just have to knit them both! 🙂

  131. Wendy H / August 15, 2013

    I have narrowed it down to Atmos Cardi, Bellflower coat, or the Straight A dress. But love the Addison dress, too. And the hood would be great with the Savari coat….

  132. Krista M. / August 15, 2013

    I absolutely love the Bellflower Coat – it’s absolutely gorgeous and love the A-line it has. The Calistoga Tunic is a close second – those arms are beautiful and the entire thing just looks SO cozy.

  133. Maya / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover. It’s classic, but the details just make it shine. I can’t wait to knit it and show it off!

  134. B / August 15, 2013

    I’M REALLY IMPRESSED WITH LUXE, WOW!!

  135. Amy Zimmerman / August 15, 2013

    So hard to pick just one! I’d have to go with the belt cardi. I love a cute cardigan!

  136. Emma-Kate / August 15, 2013

    Love the Thick Chill Hood

  137. Judy S / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Savitri Coat because it’s funky and fun…just like me! 😀

  138. Donna Reed / August 15, 2013

    Straight A dress is my favorite.

  139. Deb Ransom / August 15, 2013

    Let me see – Bellflower for one daughter – Addison for the other-Swarm of Bees for a granddaughter – looks like my Christmas shopping is done ! Oh and of course, the Atmos for me!

  140. Amy / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos Cardi is my favorite, but they are all so pretty!

  141. Angie C. / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri! I love the structure of it and the fact that it could be worn by itself or with a long sleeved tee on cooler days.

  142. donna courteau / August 15, 2013

    Wow that looks interesting!

    I love the swarm of bees

  143. Angela / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees. Usually I’m a cardi girl but I love how that sweater nips in at the waist with the faux belt.

  144. Sylvia Georgeson / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is absolutely gorgeous! Very fifties retro inspired- I’m picturing Sylvia Plath wearing it with a dirndl skirt and oxford saddle shoes, striding across Cambridge college campus. Love!

  145. Alice Esparza / August 15, 2013

    The Gradual Stripe scarf. I knit a lot for the Veterans’ Home in my town and they love scarves! I can see this one in military colors!

  146. Hannah E / August 15, 2013

    I love the garter detail in the sweater on the cover 😀

  147. Cary Guido / August 15, 2013

    Showing how the sweaters work with different outfits is marvelous! I can see a few that would be wonderful in my, and my friends, wardrobes.

  148. Jeannine / August 15, 2013

    Oh my! SO many lovelies! Atmos Cardigan is by far my favorite – probably since as a cardigan I can still wear it now even though I’m pregnant – but I’ll be able to wear it long after the baby is born too!

  149. Allison Rogers / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees, because it would be so beautiful on my daughter.

  150. Karen T. / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is Swarm of Bees. I like the style, and I love knitting things with interesting stitches. This is one I could really sink my needles into.

  151. Lesley / August 15, 2013

    Cable Embrace is my favorite. I love cables and this would be such a versatile sweater. I also like Calistoga Tunic a lot.

  152. Cheryl duncan-molloy / August 15, 2013

    Although I really like the entire collection, jayashri is my favourite. I love the neckline and collar details and shorter sleeves!

  153. elena / August 15, 2013

    I like all designs for their clean lines.

  154. Noriko / August 15, 2013

    I love Jayashri! I love that it’s perfect for both casual and work. The foldover cuffs are adorable too!

  155. Linny / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bellflower Coat – looks warm and snuggly!

  156. Janie Benfield / August 15, 2013

    A really stunning collection of patterns to show off some amazing yarn! Tough decision! I will finalize on the Savitri Coat…a different warm look!

  157. Kimberlee / August 15, 2013

    I’d have to say the Calistoga Tunic is my favorite! 😀

  158. Heather / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees! What a lovely pattern. I would knit it in a dark gray, with black yarn in the “belt” area.

  159. Jennifer / August 15, 2013

    Difficult choice, but I have to say the Savitri Coat is my favorite. It’s so different and has so much textural interest that it looks like it would be as much fun to knit as it would be to wear.

  160. knittingdancer / August 15, 2013

    I like the Landslide Cowl because I want something to go across my shoulders and the top of my back. The Kyoto Togue and Mitts pattern is really cute, too.

  161. Cassandra / August 15, 2013

    I love both swarm of bees and atmos – if I had to pick just one I would go with atmos – I do love cables but if I win – I don’t have to choose I can knit both – yeah!

  162. Kaylee / August 15, 2013

    I love the Belt Cardi. The waist-cinching belt and deep v-neck would accentuate and lengthen a short, hourglass figure like mine!

  163. Heather Perry / August 15, 2013

    I like the swarm of bees sweater!

  164. Elizabeth Kimball / August 15, 2013

    LOVE that Calistoga Tunic! Will download the pattern (unless I win a copy of the book) just as soon as I can settle on a color. Thanks for a great design!

  165. Lauren / August 15, 2013

    The kyoko set is my favorite. I love the cables!

  166. Faith / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri Pullover. I love the collar, I want to wear it!

  167. Kelly / August 15, 2013

    My favorite pattern is the Cable Embrace Cardigan. I really like the look of items knit on the bias!

  168. Jenifer / August 15, 2013

    It was a hard choice (LOVE the dress!) but I have to go with the Luxe Pullover. It just looks so cozy and comfortable.

  169. Denae / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga tunic looks really nice but I might be tempted to knit a dress for the first time and try the Straight A

  170. Beth / August 15, 2013

    All of the patterns are beautiful, but the Bellflower Coat is probably my favorite. Knit in one piece, cables, A-line, and classic!

  171. Jill Perney / August 15, 2013

    I’m a fairly new knitter, and have been wanting to take on a more ambitious project. All of these designs are just gorgeous! I would love to give them all a try!

  172. Irene T / August 15, 2013

    I’m always partial to any sweater or cardigan with cables. The Atmos cardigan is definitely the one to knit, wit it’s tunic length, sweet pockets, and a nice looking collar. It’s a classic.

  173. kate / August 15, 2013

    The Belt cardi is my favorite, I love 3/4 sleeves and the construction. I also like how the cable “Belt” breaks up the knitting and you can create different looks with button choices.

  174. Amber / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic is calling my name! Well, so are all the others, it’s an amazing collection!

  175. honeybee33 / August 15, 2013

    Y’all thought I was gonna say A Swarm of Bees, didntja? 😉 Yes, it’s cute – and while I’m really drawn to the Addison Dress, I’m afraid that menopause kickin’ in means I can’t really stand to be swaddled in that much wool. Nope – I’m all about the Landslide Cowl. That repurposed buckle strap is GENIUS.

  176. Barb / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees sweater! Looks fun to knit.

  177. Betsy / August 15, 2013

    It’s a toss-up between Bellflower Coat and Belt Cardi.

  178. TinyKnitter / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees? Yes Please!

  179. Amanda H / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Jayashri Pullover. Now that I live in AZ I really miss my fall knitting. Jayashri has the beautiful fall look with the practicality of shorter sleeves that I need.

  180. Jaime / August 15, 2013

    I wanna get stung by that swarm of bees sweater! Love it!

  181. Ina Harding / August 15, 2013

    Love the Atmos and Swarm of bees -and would like to make dress for 50th from nursing -coming up soon- Ina

  182. Tricia Anderson / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE Knit Picks Yarns. So much so that everyone knows what to get me for my birthday or Christmas – – a gift certificate to Knit Picks.com please!

    And now this books gives me a few ideas for my coveted stash of KP yarn!

  183. Holly / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Cable Embrace Cardigan, with the Luxe Pullover as a runner-up.

  184. Sunday White / August 15, 2013

    I am in love with this collection. All basic and elegant shapes that I would love to knit and to wear. I am crossing my fingers (when not knitting) and crossing my toes (in my hand knit socks) that I *may* win this!

  185. Chris / August 15, 2013

    Tough choice – what a stunning collection! But if I had to pick just one, I would pick the “Straight A dress” as my favorite. Simple, elegant, unusual – awesome!

  186. Jacquie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Savitri Coat! It’s just such a stand-out piece for the fall 🙂

  187. Dianne Poore / August 15, 2013

    All the patterns look fabulous. Since I knit mostly for other people, I would pick swam of bees just for me.

  188. Heather Dalen / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this collection…. I can’t wait to start making some projects out of it , first one is going to be the Thick Chill Hood and then maybe the Addison Dress… yummy can’t wait for fall!

  189. Melissa / August 15, 2013

    I love Jayashri. The neckline is gorgeous!

  190. Natasha / August 15, 2013

    I absolutely adore the Atmos Cardigan. It’s jut so beautiful and I love making cables.

  191. Debora Applegate / August 15, 2013

    My favorites are Cable Embrace Cardigan & Swarm of Bees

  192. Deb / August 15, 2013

    It’s ALL about the BEES!

  193. Tamara / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the Belt Cardi. It’s a beautiful feminine design!

  194. Jana / August 15, 2013

    My absolute favorite pattern in this book is the “Cable Embrace Cardigan”. What a versatile, charming garment to slide into the fall months with!

  195. Anna / August 15, 2013

    I love Swarm of Bees! I love texture knits so this is right up my alley!

  196. Sue James / August 15, 2013

    the Cable Embraced Cardigan is my favorite!, it has just enough detail to make it interesting, but isn’t fussy.

  197. Katherine / August 15, 2013

    I never thought I’d be a fan of a short-sleeved cardigan knit from bulky yarn, but I think the Atmos Cardigan is actually lovely.

  198. Kate / August 15, 2013

    I can’t decide but it’s a tie between Landslide cowl (mostly because of the Orca yarn that was used) and the Jayashuri Pullover. I love both of them!

  199. Devin / August 15, 2013

    Looks great! I love the first sweater!

  200. Karan / August 15, 2013

    Love the swarm of bees!

  201. Kelly / August 15, 2013

    What a great collection. Love it all

  202. Kathy / August 15, 2013

    My favorite would have to be the Cable Embrace Cardigan – the chevrons are lovely!

  203. Kathy / August 15, 2013

    My favorite would have to be the Cable Embrace Cardigan – the chevrons are lovely!

  204. AmyB / August 15, 2013

    I really like them all, but I think Atmos is my favorite. I love the length and the sleeve caps.

  205. Abigail / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. The lines are so lovely and the different patterns really make it interesting.

  206. Kat / August 15, 2013

    These patterns are so adorable! Love the Calistoga Tunic. I’m itchy for a Fall project!

  207. Julie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic Pattern! The asymmetrical lines get me every time!

  208. Heike Horn / August 15, 2013

    So many beautiful projects! Where to start!?

  209. Winifred Keeble / August 15, 2013

    i love the swarm of bees!

  210. Julianne / August 15, 2013

    This would be a very valuable book to add to my collection. Beautiful sweaters!

  211. Nicole / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bellflower coat. It scream “Autumn!” with those chunky cables. I see myself walking along a wooded path with the sun filtering through the changing leaves and feeling so snug in that coat. So pretty and cozy!

  212. Maria / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga tunic! Mainly because it is just gorgeous.

  213. Jessica / August 15, 2013

    The Belt Cardi is gorgeous! Looks so comfortable. And such a great sleeve length. Perfect for some extra warmth, but still able to move and get stuff done!

  214. Chantal Payment / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the calistoga tunic. It can be wear with anything, jeans or legging, and I like the basic geometrical lines.

  215. Sandra / August 15, 2013

    I like several, but I’d have to say I’d knit the Belt Cardi first from this collection. I think it’s eclectic enough to easily become a staple. Like the little black dress of cardigans.

  216. Dorothy Duda / August 15, 2013

    Withnthe cost of fuel for heating need a warm robe. Just knitted warm bulky slippers but will use them in bed to keep warm at night. Like the swarm of bees. Really liked the cowls in September knit picks.

  217. carly / August 15, 2013

    Such a pretty collection. Love all the patterns.

  218. Sarah O / August 15, 2013

    the atmos cardigan is definitely something I could see myself wearing a TON! love it!

  219. Kathryn / August 15, 2013

    I’m going to have to choose the Addison Dress as my favorite, partly because that’s the name of one of the towns I grew up in, and partly because I love the silhouette of the piece! I’m envisioning one in a medium grey as the main color, and either a fire engine red or mustardy yellow as the stripes.. so yummy!

  220. Barbara Gambrell / August 15, 2013

    There are several patterns I’d like to knit fot this winter! Yummy!

  221. Michelle Chaldu / August 15, 2013

    The Jayashri pullover has such a fun, unique cowl neck to it. It’s adorable.

  222. Jo Ann / August 15, 2013

    Those look like some classic styles.
    Calistoga tunic is my favorite.

  223. Irene / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic! Very funky!

  224. Joya Henderson / August 15, 2013

    I love the Atmos design. The cables are just beautiful.

  225. Heather / August 15, 2013

    I love Swarm of Bees, and also Straight A dress which would look awesome with leggings.

  226. Kathie Abel / August 15, 2013

    I love the Landslide Cowl — it’s perfect for both my daughters-in-law! Wow!

  227. Lorraine / August 15, 2013

    The Swarm of Bees Sweater had piqued my interest – love the various patterns and textures of the sweater

  228. Karen Grue / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan would be a useful addition to my wardrobe and looks fun to knit, too.

  229. Laura J / August 15, 2013

    I would love to knit the Addison dress! It looks great and would be perfect for winter..

  230. Aurora / August 15, 2013

    Probably the Jayashri Pullover. It’s simple and versatile, suits my style, and the collar is adorbz with interesting possibilities to customize. I would probably make the sleeves longer, maybe just above the elbow or 3/4 length. Also, it’s hard for me to get away with pullovers with my bust, they need to be rather form-fitting and fall to my hips to be at all flattering on me, but this seems like it would wear me well. Yes. Jayashri.

  231. Jeni / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga Tunic looks so comfortable, but classy.

  232. Jammy :) / August 15, 2013

    When I got the ad in the mail, I just had to get it… Great purchase! Lots of wonderful projects!

  233. Colleen McTaggart / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Jayashri Pullover and I also love the Landslide Cowl. Sweet designs!

  234. Kim Feenstra / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jarashri Pullover!! The colors caught my eye like now and it just seems like a very comfy sweater with the shorter sleeves. Something I could wear for 3 seasons!! 🙂

  235. Catherine / August 15, 2013

    Love the collection, especially the Atmos design.

  236. Lesley / August 15, 2013

    Love that these patterns are stylish yet look easy to wear everyday.

  237. Maria / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga Tunic. It is simply gorgeous.

  238. Judy / August 15, 2013

    Too many great choices! I finally narrowed it to 3: the hood, just because I always love hoods, the Savistri for its really beautiful shaping and unusual look, and the Calistoga because it looks like something I’d want to wear every single day.

    So if forced to pick only one, I’m leaning toward the Savistri.

    • Judy / August 15, 2013

      Not a 2nd entry – just couldn’t find an edit button and it’s killing me that I mis-spelled Savitri.

  239. Karma / August 15, 2013

    Such a beautiful collection! I keep looking at Belt Cardi, that must be for me…

  240. Jeannie / August 15, 2013

    I like the Belt Cardigan best!

  241. Janet A / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees.

  242. Kim / August 15, 2013

    Really love the Thick Chill Hood. It looks very versatile for a hood or eternity scarf. I love double duty accessories. Also loved the Jayashri Pullover! The collar is quite unique, the colors are yummy and it’s classically different.

  243. Kimberly Fawn / August 15, 2013

    The collection looks great! I would love to win 🙂

  244. Lee Ann / August 15, 2013

    I also love the versatility of the tunic!!

  245. Bette / August 15, 2013

    Beautiful collection

  246. Doreen / August 15, 2013

    I love all things cardigan and I have a hard time deciding between Belt or Atmos,

  247. tlm / August 15, 2013

    Love the Atmos cardigan and the Bellflower coat – I, too, love big cables! Time to start thinking about Christmas – I can totally see my niece in the Addison dress…

  248. Kate / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Calistoga Tunic.

  249. Grace B. / August 15, 2013

    Great collection!

  250. Jennifer Broome / August 15, 2013

    my faves are the belt cardi, Jayashri pullover, savirti coat. All have great unique patterns and look ultra-comfy!

  251. joyce hancock / August 15, 2013

    I like the Cable Embrace Cardigan, knit in City Tweed. I like the design and shape of the cardigan and the choice of yarn really sets it off.

  252. Teri Selbicky / August 15, 2013

    The Thick Chill Hood. Makes me want fall and winter here RIGHT NOW! Make a great weekend project and Christmas presents!

  253. LM / August 15, 2013

    I love them ALL! very nice collection 🙂 thank you!

  254. Katherine Campbell / August 15, 2013

    I love the entire collection. Stunning designs and beautiful fall colours!! I would love a copy of the book.

  255. Kristine Taylor / August 15, 2013

    Love “Swarm of Bees” – it would be so cute for my daughter. But I’m most likely to make “Landslide Cowl” – I’m a little obsessed with cowls right now!

  256. Allison / August 15, 2013

    My oh my, it is really hard to pick a favorite. They are all gorgeous knits, and look so cozy and comfortable! But, if I must pick one, I would have to say it’s the Jayashri Pullover. It is simple, elegant, and sure never to go out of style. The photograph showcases this piece perfectly! I can totally see myself snuggled up in this sweater, hot chai in hand, enjoying a crisp autumn morning out back with my dog. It’s just perfect!

  257. Debbe Jantz / August 15, 2013

    I love Swarm of Bees. It’s short sleeve and has such beautiful texture. It looks like a fun knit and very wearable on a variety of body shapes.

  258. Dani / August 15, 2013

    Wow! They’re all great. But I really love Calistoga Tunic and Cable Embrace Cardigan

  259. Deb Blaz / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga tunic : fits my body type, edgy and LOVE the texture! I know my students will all want one if I wear it.

  260. Anne Heck / August 15, 2013

    The Addison dress! It’s beautiful and I think working from the bottom up will help insure the perfect fit for my beautiful granddaughter.

  261. Vicky B. / August 15, 2013

    I like the Luxe Pullover- it is simple yet elegant which describes my style!

  262. Kim Schweinberg / August 15, 2013

    Savitri Coat is to die for !! Can’t wait to knit that up for my daughter.

  263. MeanestMommy / August 15, 2013

    Atmos Cardigan is my favorite, but they’re all gorgeous!

  264. L Hogan / August 15, 2013

    To me, the Jayashri Pullover has everything: an interesting stitch detail to keep things fun while knitting, the opportunity to use more than one colour, and a great way to showcase The Perfect Button(s). The collar is adorable, and the colours used in book are gorgeous together. Love it.

  265. Erin / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Jayashri Pullover – I think it’s adorable, especially that button accent on the collar. (:

  266. Loreen O'Neil / August 15, 2013

    I can’t wait to make the “Landslide Cowl!” It will be great to throw on in the office on a chilly fall or winter day. I love the closure shown in the photo, but I would use a cool piece of wood (like a small branch from a tree) fashioned into a button to close mine to keep the “reclaimed” feel!!

  267. Katie C / August 15, 2013

    My vote’s for the Straight A dress. It doesn’t work for my body type (wide shoulders) but I love how it looks.

  268. Rose / August 15, 2013

    I love the patterns in this book, so autumnal and nice looking and practical. I want to knit the Jayashri pullover and just live in it the all fall and winter.

  269. christine / August 15, 2013

    The Jayashri pattern! I love the unique collar.

  270. ejmsasha / August 15, 2013

    The Belt Cardi for it has lovely 3/4 sleeves and a belt closure.

  271. Katherine / August 15, 2013

    The Belt Cardi, definitely. All those little details!

  272. Melinda / August 15, 2013

    What a fantastic collection! I especially love the Swarm of Bees sweater. The “belt” detail is so sweet and the the way the stitch patterns move from one to the next. It’s fabulous! And the yarn and color chosen are perfect. I love it!

  273. Sarah / August 15, 2013

    I love the savitri coat and the tunic. They are so beautiful. Living in Tucson, sweaters are the most that is needed in winter. Can’t wait to knit one:)

  274. Alenna Smith / August 15, 2013

    The Jayashri pullover, certainly. And wordpress is throwing fits at me, so apologies if I commented more than once.

  275. Laurire / August 15, 2013

    Pick me!!! 🙂

  276. Alene Sternlieb / August 15, 2013

    I love these designs!

  277. Malika / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan is definitely my favorite. The big chevron look is modern, but the use of cables harkens back to traditional knitting. A great combo!

  278. Karen Hamberg / August 15, 2013

    Great looking projects!

  279. Grace / August 15, 2013

    Well, its a toss-up between the Atmos Cardi and the Cable Embrace Cardi. Both are lovely! For me, cables never go out of style.

  280. L Bennett / August 15, 2013

    These are absolutely fantastic patterns!

  281. Mia K / August 15, 2013

    So many lovely patterns to choose from, but I think my favorite is the Swarm of Bees sweater. I love the shape and the use of textured stitch patterns. Looks like a fun knit!

  282. Janet / August 15, 2013

    I really like the bellflower coat.
    It’s a classic design that won’t go out of style!

  283. Judy / August 15, 2013

    I love the beautiful colours and the fact that they are made from natural fibres.

  284. Patti Lochner / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Jayashri Pullover. I love, love, love the neckline and it’s perfect for our San Diego fall season!

  285. Danielle / August 15, 2013

    I’ve been looking at the atmos cardigan. I have some bulky in dark brown that would look lovely knot into this!

  286. Jessie P / August 15, 2013

    OMG love the atmos cardigan!!! It looks so soft and squishy!

  287. Kathleen Williams / August 15, 2013

    Love the collection. Would probably start with Calistoga Tunic.

  288. Diane House / August 15, 2013

    I purchase every collection you publish and will, of course, buy this too (if I don’t win ) :-). Looking forward to knitting the Addison dress.

  289. Essie Bruell / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga tunic, hands down. Love the details.

  290. Ann Brooks / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees – definitely!

  291. Rebecca Frank / August 15, 2013

    The Thick Chill Hood is beautiful! A perfect top wrap for the Minnesota winter chill.

  292. jill / August 15, 2013

    I love them ALL!!!

  293. Mary / August 15, 2013

    Wow! I love the cable sweater, so beautiful!!

  294. sandra J / August 15, 2013

    Loving the Belt Cardi. I would live in that all winter!

  295. Paula / August 15, 2013

    That sweater dress is amazing! Count me in.

  296. mary anne / August 15, 2013

    I like the one on the cover of the book. I like the detailing and the slightly open neckline.

  297. Rachel Jarreau / August 15, 2013

    I love the belted cardi! I live on the MS gulf coast, and our winter is not very long, so all the luscious sweaters that I see are rather unnecessary in our climate. This quarter sleeve length cardigan would be perfect for the cooler days, but still lightweight enough to get some wear!

  298. Kimee Lusk / August 15, 2013

    Wow…tough decision. I’m torn between the Belt Cardi as it seems to be able to fit all sizes and be very slimming and the Jayashri Pullover as it’s a cute 2 tone and I love the tab collar.

  299. Mary Hunt / August 15, 2013

    The Addison Dress is very sharp. I love it.

  300. Maggie / August 15, 2013

    I love Atmos…the cables and design are so interesting!

  301. Laura Naudus / August 15, 2013

    It’s a tough call between the Calistoga Tunic and the Landslide Cowl. LOVE the tunic for its comfort and effortlessness (throw on leggings and tall boots and you’re done!), and I don’t think I’ve ever met a cowl pattern I didn’t like — they knit up quickly and make great gifts! 🙂

  302. Meg / August 15, 2013

    Tough decision! But I would have to say Swarm of Bees!!

  303. Joan raymond / August 15, 2013

    I love all of the reclaim fall patterns, but I must admit to favorite. Don’t tell the others Jayashri is my fav. At least right now

  304. Kelly Kubicz / August 15, 2013

    Love the classic look of Cable Embrace Cardigan!

  305. faience / August 15, 2013

    Definitely the Swarm of Bees. I love the complex patterning and the color.

  306. Julia / August 15, 2013

    Pretty!! Knit all the things!

  307. Alyssa Fedorchak / August 15, 2013

    I’ve loved the Jayashri pullover from the second I saw it. It’s so different from anything I’ve ever worn before, but I think it would look fantastic on me!

  308. Lenie / August 15, 2013

    I love them all, but the Thick Chill Hood looks so cozy! It makes me think of curling up with a thick, cozy blanket that feels so warm while reading a good book or knitting and drinking a delicious cup of hot tea! The hood just looks like so many wonderful winter memories! I’d love to knit several as gifts for people.

  309. Kate Donelson / August 15, 2013

    I can wait for Fall! This is a beautiful collection!

  310. Isabelle Bienvenue / August 15, 2013

    Love the entire collection but Landslide Cowl is definitly my favorite pattern!!!

  311. Kelly L / August 15, 2013

    I like the Addison dress and Straight A dress because they would be complimentary to my body type. Besides being gorgeous looking. The first one I would probably knit is the Thick Chill Hood. I love chunky warm knits and it would get me set for Fall.

  312. Kiru / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of bees definitely

  313. Hope / August 15, 2013

    I love the Gradual Scarf. It just screams fall and foot ball games!

  314. Megan Commerford / August 15, 2013

    Love these patterns. Need ASAP!

  315. Corinna Cicmanec / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. I’m from a beachy town, but just moved to a college town, and I feel like this would be so versatile – I could throw it on over a bikini when it gets cooler at night, or wear it tailgating! It’s one of those rare patterns that transition well into any environment. I also think it would be the perfect travel sweater as well!

  316. Megan Nordyke / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress most of all, because of its beautiful lines and how warm and comfy it looks.
    Actually, I love this entire pattern collection, and only picked a favorite because I had to. I think I would make the Jayashri sweater and the Bellflower coat as well.

  317. Kim D. / August 15, 2013

    Atmos Cardigan! I want to make it long sleeved to use as a winter coat. 🙂

  318. Traci K / August 15, 2013

    I really love the Savitri coat, it’s just my style!

  319. Yvonne McCoy / August 15, 2013

    These patterns are all lovely! I really like Atmos. This would be a great post-birthday treat for me!!!

  320. Jane Kimmel / August 15, 2013

    Now, bring on the wool!

  321. Kim / August 15, 2013

    I think the Savitri coat is my favorite. I love the unique button panels.

  322. Leala Thomas / August 15, 2013

    I really like the shape of Swarm of Bees. No belt required!

  323. Patty / August 15, 2013

    I love the fall, also. The collection looks very nice. I see several that I might have to make.

    • Patty / August 15, 2013

      Forgot to mention my favorite – Kyoko toque and mitts

  324. Tina / August 15, 2013

    I love the cable embrace cardigan and belt cardi.

  325. Jennifer Brown / August 15, 2013

    It’s hard to pick just one favorite pattern from this collection, but the Cable Embrace cardigan is beautiful, and it looks like it would be a fun project to knit!

  326. Dina / August 15, 2013

    Just beautiful…would love to start knitting these patterns!

  327. Amy Cheek / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees pattern. So fresh!!!

  328. Karen Zerylnick / August 15, 2013

    “Atmos” caught my eye right away. Love it!

  329. Deborah Guess / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of bees is a classic. Beautiful design.

  330. Karen F / August 15, 2013

    like all, love Atmos!

  331. Meryl Dorey / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos is my favourite! Apart from the gorgeous cables, the fact that it’s made out of bulky yarn so will knit up quickly means that I will have almost instant gratification from knitting this beauty!

  332. Gillian Varlow / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bellflower Coat! I can see it being a staple in my wardrobe – or actually several pieces in different colours!

  333. Janet L. / August 15, 2013

    I’ve been wanting to make something in City Tweed and the Cable Embrace Cardigan looks fabulous as does the Landslide Cowl.

  334. Jan Joseph / August 15, 2013

    Great collection!!!! Can’t wait to get started!!!

  335. Doreen / August 15, 2013

    The landslide cowl would be “one” of my choices. Great Collection

  336. Michele / August 15, 2013

    I like the Swarm of Bees top and the Calistoga Pullover. The Calistoga pullover is what caught my eye when I first looked at the collection because of the rippled sleeves. I like Swarm of Bees because of the patterned waist.

  337. Cybil / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri Pullover Pattern would be my favorite. Thanks for the opportunity!

  338. mckwill / August 15, 2013

    Would love to win this fab book.

    Thanks for the chance.

  339. Kim Barton / August 15, 2013

    They are all really great, Any and all of them would fit into my casual lifestyle, and my daughters more business type lifestyle. I really love the swarm of bees!!!

  340. wendy / August 15, 2013

    What a great collection! They’re all beautiful patterns, but I have to say my favorite is the Jayashri Pullover. Its so simple, but with just enough interesting detail – especially that collar. What a neat idea!

  341. Francoise Mathews / August 15, 2013

    I love cables, so Atmos is the one for me.

  342. ChicagoMike / August 15, 2013

    Love the patterns from this book. The question isn’t which one do I want to make, but which one will I do first.

  343. Leah Campbell / August 15, 2013

    I like the Calistoga Tunic because of its versatility.

  344. Dana Miller / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of bees looks great!

  345. Carol Wong / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is just adorable. I love that I could wear it as is or wear a long sleeve underneath. It extends my wear for two seasons.

  346. Adriana Stiles / August 15, 2013

    What a beautiful collection. My favorite is definitely the swarm of bees sweater. I think the pattern is beautiful and the shape is really flattering as well.

  347. Sara / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan is my favorite! I’m a big fan of chevron stripes and I love the idea of creating them with texture instead of color. Plus, I’m a sucker for cables. 🙂

  348. Marlene Hamel / August 15, 2013

    It was a tough choice but Swarm of Bees won out.

  349. Judith Blaisdell / August 15, 2013

    Atmos is a terrific addition to almost any wardrobe. Just love it

  350. Julie / August 15, 2013

    Looks like a great book!

  351. Jo Ann Zavala / August 15, 2013

    swarm of bees, thanks

  352. Karyn Matveyenko / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees – classic but unique!

  353. Dennis Lugo-Coll / August 15, 2013

    I would love to make the Jayashri Pullover, I love the collar construction and the details on the front and back. The whole collection looks great though!

  354. Rebecca smith / August 15, 2013

    I love several patterns but my fav I think is the Calistoga tunic. It is gorgeous.

  355. Marie / August 15, 2013

    Definitely Kyoko. For my friend Kyoko! The colors and design fit her to a T!

  356. Melanie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bellflower coat. I think that you could wear it in spring, fall and winter. In bulky yarn, it would be a quicker knit. Love all the patterns, though!

  357. Dawn Cottone / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Jayashri pullover and the Addison Dress. Really great collection!

  358. Jill Fischer / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Thistledown Hat. It looks so old fashioned and neat. Reminds me of long ago.

  359. Marianne / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower Coat! Nice shape and cables. And most knit in one piece. Love it.

  360. Naomi Cooper / August 15, 2013

    The Straight A Dress and Calistoga Tunic have got to be my favourites, but I’m a sucker for the kinds of knits that make you feel like you’re walking around bundled in a warm blanket. The Straight A might be sleeveless, but it still looks cozy!

  361. Hope / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is definitely my favorite! I love the color too.

  362. Sarah / August 15, 2013

    It’s a toughie, but I think I have to go with the Calistoga Tunic. It looks super comfy.

  363. Barbara S. / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Landslide cowl. I always need something draped over my shoulders in the fall and winter. This cowl looks like something I could wear out as well as at home.

  364. Kathy Spilker / August 15, 2013

    MUST DO THE kYOKO HAT & MITTS

  365. Naomi / August 15, 2013

    Nice book. My favorite is Cable Embrace Cardigan

  366. Christine Haering / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga tunic!

  367. Andrea / August 15, 2013

    The bellflower coat is my fav. Gorgeous, and just the perfect lining for the extra cold winters of Alberta.

  368. Annie / August 15, 2013

    Love the swarm of bees, should be fun to knit.

  369. Micheline / August 15, 2013

    I love to swarm of bees pattern, it is sculpted for a knitted piece but still very comfortable. A great pattern!

  370. Chelsea / August 15, 2013

    Adore the Calistoga Tunic. It’s next on my queue! I just have to pick a color.

  371. Taryn / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri Pullover pattern is my pick (though, I like many others in this collection). I like that it’s a simple piece with charming details.

  372. Heather / August 15, 2013

    The Landslide Cowl is my favorite because it is so versatile. It might be neat to sew a pretty ribbon on it instead of the strap to make it more girly.

  373. Lucy / August 15, 2013

    What a beautiful collection. You weren’t wrong about the patterns being incredible. I’m partial to the knit dress. They are so easy and fun to wear.

  374. Rachelle Provençal / August 15, 2013

    My two favourites are the Bow Headband (sassy!) & the Calistoga tunic. The tunic looks absolutely comfy and cozy! My fingers are crossed…

  375. Jesse Darrow / August 15, 2013

    The Addison Dress, so comfy, cozy yet has some sex appeal!

  376. Ann / August 15, 2013

    I get so excited every time you send out a new catalog BUT this time this catalog has me scratching my head trying to figure out which design I would do for myself (70) or my daughters (50) or my granddaughters (13 & 18). If only I had 2 more arms!

  377. Linda Sumis / August 15, 2013

    Pattern that caught my attention was “Bellflower Coat”. The wide ribbing, cables, and pockets add dramatic flair while the “knit in one piece to armholes” satisfies my dislike for lots of seaming. Now to pick a color….

  378. Danelle / August 15, 2013

    I love the Landslide cowl! The two different stitch patterns and the irregular shape make for an interesting quick knit!!

  379. Pam Collier / August 15, 2013

    There’s no way I can decide between the Savitri coat and the belted cardi. Seriously, though, every pattern in this collection finds its way to my “yes” pile!

  380. Maria / August 15, 2013

    OMIGOD LOVE. Love love.

  381. Lisa / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga tunic. It looks so comfy, but it’s nice enough to be dressed up or down.

  382. PJ Gaumond / August 15, 2013

    I love the Savitri Coat. The construction is a refreshingly different and love the pattern play.

  383. Gail M / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is a definite yes!! My sister is a beekeeper and I would love to surprise her with a birthday gift…

  384. Michele / August 15, 2013

    What a great giveaway! The Swarm of Bees sweater instantly caught my eye, as I love short sleeves and lots of texture!

  385. Michelle / August 15, 2013

    I’m really excited about this collection of patterns they are just my style 🙂

    • Michelle / August 15, 2013

      I love the sweater dress it looks so comfy

  386. beth jacobson / August 15, 2013

    I love the cowl neck line of the Jayashri pullover!

  387. Lesley W. / August 15, 2013

    I really, really love the Jayashri pullover pattern. The wide collar on the pullover is cool: the contrasting colors and the button tab. The garter stitch against the stockinette stitch adds a nice detail. The small details on the pullover are what caught my eye.

  388. Cheryl Dumont / August 15, 2013

    the Luxe pullover because I love Turtlenecks in the winter

  389. Mary Rumore / August 15, 2013

    I love all these Reclaimed patterns, but my favorite is the Savitri coat because of the interesting moss stitch texture.and cables. The unusual button band is eye-catching too.

  390. Lacey B-A / August 15, 2013

    I would make all the things!

  391. Brisja / August 15, 2013

    I love the Belt Cardi and the Addison Dress!

  392. linda / August 15, 2013

    I’d have to say my favorite is the Jayashri Pullover Pattern because of the fabulous wide-standing collar! 🙂

  393. Nora / August 15, 2013

    The Addison Dress is my favorite! I love sweater dresses and the 3/4-length sleeves are perfect.

  394. Valerie Ruiz / August 15, 2013

    Love the Jayashri…the collar shape and tab, the ragland sleeves, and the details on the front!

  395. Dianna sheldon / August 15, 2013

    Love the collection. Fingers are itching to start knitting!

  396. Olya / August 15, 2013

    I love the neckline of Jayashry pullover! Would love to make one 🙂

  397. Mary Lou Shookhoff / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees Sweater by Lisa Kereliuk.
    I love the texture of the sweater, especially as it would look good on most figures, not just for the youthful ones. And it would be interesting to knit.

  398. Kathleen L / August 15, 2013

    The Swarm of Bees is the bees’ knees. It looks like it would be very fun to knit and would look good on a range of body types and ages.

  399. Ronda RS / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos because it is definitely my style and I have been waiting for a pattern like this to come out.

  400. JJ / August 15, 2013

    Since I don’t have the figure to wear that gorgeous dress, I will happily settle on the Atmos cardigan, with the sleeves just a bit longer. Still a difficult choice, though.

  401. Mary Piontek / August 15, 2013

    I want to knit all of them! But my favorite is the belt cardi!

  402. Stacie / August 15, 2013

    Love the sweater dress.

  403. kristen / August 15, 2013

    Love all the patterns! Love the Belt Cardi the best. Very vintage looking

  404. Meghan Tortora / August 15, 2013

    I love the kyoko toque and mitts pattern! My favorite fall accessories are hats and mitts – they provide the extra coverage needed on cool fall days and night and one can never have enough cute hats at their disposal!

  405. Judith / August 15, 2013

    Love the Addison dress. Now to find the perfect yarn…

  406. Marie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Atmos cardigan. It is good to wear all year round, but all the patterns look great to do.

  407. Lisa / August 15, 2013

    I love the sleeves and the zip collar on the Calistoga Tunic – plus, I just love tunics!!

  408. Dawn / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees would be the first project I would knit. Nice collection. Please pick me.

  409. Lois Anne / August 15, 2013

    Some wonderfull pieces in this collection. Thick
    Chill Hood, Calistoga Tunic, Belt Cardi & Addison Dress especially. Thank you!!

  410. Karen Fernback / August 15, 2013

    For me it’s the Addison dress. I made my first knit dress at sixteen and I still love making and wearing them. Classic lines can’t be beat.

  411. Rose / August 15, 2013

    I just love the Atmos cardigan and the Jayashri Pullover. The whole collection is smart and stylish!

  412. Terri / August 15, 2013

    I like Cable Embrace Cardigan and Calistoga Tunic! And about 6 others! Hope I win! Thanks.

  413. LYN / August 15, 2013

    Bellflower Coat. Lovely!

  414. Dodie Barr / August 15, 2013

    I like the “Thick Chill Hood” the best! It gets so cold here, but I suffer with hot flashes, so a scarf is often too tight, so this hood would be a nice option for me.

  415. Dusty / August 15, 2013

    Nice book.

  416. Joyce / August 15, 2013

    I would like to do the belted cardi! My youngest daughter would love it for Her Biethday in November! And I like to knit hats and mittens!
    TY for the opportunity to enter..
    jk

  417. Marla / August 15, 2013

    Love the cable sweater (Atmos) — Like the different combos using the same base piece –so easy to get in a rut

  418. Tracy / August 15, 2013

    Belt Cardi….versatile.

  419. Karalee / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga tunic is my favorite at the moment – but ask me again later and it could change!

  420. Em / August 15, 2013

    I absolutely adore the thick chill hood! I have a ton of cute winter coats, but none of them have hoods, and in the Portland rain that’s a necessity! I love too that once you get out of the cold rain you can put the good down and voila! Its a cowl! Such a great idea!

  421. Carolyn / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace Cardigan’s deep V-neck and interesting stitch design. Unique cardi; can’t wait to make it!

  422. Mary Anne Cutler / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri pullover is my choice. The neckline is what grabs me.

  423. Andrea / August 15, 2013

    I love the Straight A Dress! It looks so simple and elegant, and yet comfy.

  424. Andrea / August 15, 2013

    I love the Straight A Dress! It looks so simple and elegant, and yet comfy.

  425. Daneille / August 15, 2013

    So hard to choose! I’d start with the Bellflower Coat. Love the A-line and vertical stripe-feel–very flattering to all body types. And, the bulky yarn would work up quickly–so I could wear it THIS fall!

  426. Lynne / August 15, 2013

    Landslide cowl is great!

  427. eileen / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of bees and all of them….I want to attempt to knit all of them!!

  428. Janice Lovering / August 15, 2013

    I like the cable vest it looks nice for those fall days when it is cooler.

  429. Rosemary / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress. Simple and sleek and comfortable. Very chic.

  430. Megan / August 15, 2013

    I’d have to say the Jayashri Pullover is my favorite because it looks like it’s all squishy and warm and would feel like you’re wearing sweats while looking sophisticated.

  431. Michelle Heckman / August 15, 2013

    Love the Landslide Cowl – the texture and asymmetry are especially nice.

  432. Nadia / August 15, 2013

    The Castaliga Tunic. It looks like it would fit very nicely, and I really like the neckline.

  433. Kelly / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri coat — cables, bulky yarn, cool sleeves — what’s not to love? Great weight for autumn.

  434. Mary Alice Helgesen / August 15, 2013

    I love Swarm of Bees and Atmos. It will be hard to choose between them.

  435. Sarah Anderson / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees. It’s the first sweater that I’ve seen that I wanted to immediately knit. It is made of awesome and win.

  436. Frey-ja / August 15, 2013

    One of my favorites is the Cable Embrace Cardigan.

  437. vera / August 15, 2013

    cable embrace caridgan – it looks like a slimming pattern. who doesn’t love that? 🙂

  438. Joy / August 15, 2013

    I like the Atmos Cardigan b/c with short sleeves, it’d be more versatile until the weather gets really cold.

  439. Jan Brummel / August 15, 2013

    Anything knit in this luscious yarn would be an enjoyable experience! Cashmere of course.

  440. Maritess Larson / August 15, 2013

    I just love the Addison Dress. would love to do a few of these in different color schemes as well as doing up a shorter version of it as a sweater.

  441. Monica / August 15, 2013

    My fave is Calistoga… very versatile… runner up is the Straight A dress/tunic. But there are other patterns that looks very wearable/knittable. Nice collection.

  442. kathy sieg / August 15, 2013

    Love the look of the kyoko hat and mitts!

  443. TImiae / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover! Luxe is a very close second… they just look so comfy, yet stylish!

  444. Vanessa Teeter / August 15, 2013

    This is a lovely collection that makes me yearn for fall. I especially like the inventive details on the Jayashri pull over and the Cable Embrace cardigan

  445. Linda / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is definitely my favorite! I am involved in several “Save the Bees” campaigns!

  446. Ashley / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is definitely the Atmos Cardigan. I love the big cables and the color.

  447. Rabecca / August 15, 2013

    I’m going to love this collection! Atmos is at the top of my list for the moment. Gray, squishy, cabley, lovely. And realistically, I could finish it before the fall is over! 🙂

  448. Holly Cormack / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the Atmos Cardigan, but would probably make a longer sleeve for the cooler weather – I don’t do layers, as I’m too warm-natured… LOL! Also, I love the gray color and the cables – perfect choice to tempt my talent. AND it comes in my (BIT) size!!!

    • Holly Cormack / August 15, 2013

      OOPS – hit the wrong key — that should’ve been “BIG” size!

  449. Christina Pridie / August 15, 2013

    Love the Collection especially the one on the front cover.

  450. Jenifer / August 15, 2013

    The whole book. Seriously. I could see either myself of someone closely related to me wearing each and every pattern!!

  451. Susan / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees!! Swarm of Bees!! What a gorgeous sweater.

  452. Rita Linnenkugel / August 15, 2013

    The belted cardi! Looks like the perfect “go to”” on cool days . An I know exactly what yarn I’d make it with!

  453. Debbie Dillis / August 15, 2013

    Landslide cowl! I love how you can tailor ìt with sandal buckles. This means I have to buy more shoes to replace the ones I use, right? RIGHT!

  454. Teri Harter / August 15, 2013

    Can’t wait to get this. Love what I’ve seen so far.
    Teri

  455. Mary Bond / August 15, 2013

    love those reclaimed yarns and pattersn

  456. Christine Dick / August 15, 2013

    Definitely the Savitri Coat!

    • Mary Caron / August 15, 2013

      Luxe Pullover is so pretty- I’ve been wanting to do a sweater for ages and this looks like it would be fun to knit and fun to wear!

  457. catherine / August 15, 2013

    Both the Calistoga Tunic and the Straight A Dress remind me of my favorite muse, Audrey Hepburn!

  458. Maureen / August 15, 2013

    I love the Luxe pullover. It looks like a beautiful sweater that I could wear for many different events and with different outfits.

  459. Donna / August 15, 2013

    The Landslide cowl is my pick. I like the color choices for the whole collection it’s great.

  460. BethR / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress as well. I see so many things that can be done with this dress, whether going ahead and using the stripes as is, a self striping or variegated yarn, or even playing with the pattern adding length, scallops, ribs, etc. It just looks like it’s ripe for a whole bunch of variations in the closet.

  461. Jill / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. If I had to choose one pattern that would be it.

  462. Charlotte Hieronymus / August 15, 2013

    Oh, I love them all but if I have to choose my favorite it would have the be the Belt Cardi! It’s simlple, functional and very fashionable! I would look fabulous in it!

  463. Karen Campbell / August 15, 2013

    Straight A dress. Love the tunic and the circular knitting technique.

  464. Deb / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress

  465. Deb / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress

  466. Marca Fritzemeier / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of bees…..I think, it’s a tough call, with so many lovely, cozy choices.

  467. Deb / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress

  468. Nancy Eddy / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Belt Cardi – the belt is so flattering, and I love the different patterns on the belt and the lower part of the cardi and sleeves. But it was hard to choose – there are MANY beautiful patterns.

  469. Marianne / August 15, 2013

    Oh, the Calistoga Tunic. It looks like a great take on a classic!

  470. Megan Jo / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic is my favorite, just barely beating out the dresses! I may have to see about turning it into a dress!

  471. Seamstress Erin / August 15, 2013

    What a pretty collection. It does make me want fall to arrive.

  472. Carole Deschamps / August 15, 2013

    I definitely LOVE the Calistoga Tunic…and knit in Capra…WOW, the supreme knitting experience!

    Thanks Knit Picks for this great contest!

  473. Kelly Bettiger / August 15, 2013

    So many great ones, how do I choose?!

  474. Lily Lily / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace Cardigan. Got to have it!

  475. Kimberly Crawley / August 15, 2013

    I really like the color combos of the Gradual scarf, but the pattern I actually like is the Savitri Coat Pattern. I love how it has so much TEXTURE and it is done in the right amount in the right way. I don’t know what the stitch that borders the coat and textures the middle section of the coat, but it looks neat. I thought it was the moss stitch, but I cannot confirm that.

    I think the thing that strikes me the most about the pattern is that CURVE that is placed in the middle of the buttoning system. I would just love to knit this up and wear it everyday in the fall.

  476. Georganne White / August 15, 2013

    I love the Landslide cowl and I’m not usually a cowl person. I think the drape is what got me!

  477. Deborah Glaus / August 15, 2013

    Landslide cowl and Addison dress are my first picks, but I am very excited about the others too. What a great book of patterns.

  478. Margaret Westerman / August 15, 2013

    I’d love to make (and wear) the Luxe Pullover.

  479. Rebecca Bailey / August 15, 2013

    Savitri Coat and Swarm of Bees. Great styles that anyone could wear, and both (well, all) look very knittable and cozy for the upcoming cool weather!

  480. Karen / August 15, 2013

    Love the Atmos! Sweaters are too warm when you work with children and the cuffs are always wet from all the handwashing. Vests are perfect!

  481. Angela / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan is my favorite. I love sweaters especially cardigans and what could be better than a cardigan with cables!

  482. Allison / August 15, 2013

    Bellflower Coat Pattern definitely caught my eye. I am a sucker for chunky knit sweaters.

  483. Eva Levine / August 15, 2013

    A line dress….simple, elegant and very chic!

  484. Sue M. / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees!!

  485. Nichole / August 15, 2013

    The swarm of bees is a perfect fall sweater!

  486. Sydnie / August 15, 2013

    So hard to choose. . . but the Cable Embrace cardigan looks wonderful!

  487. Aimee B / August 15, 2013

    I love the Landslide Cowl! It is so feminine and practical… It would keep me “just warm enough” on those lovely days with just a little nip in the air!

  488. Melissa Brotherton / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. 🙂

  489. Lory / August 15, 2013

    I loved the Belt Cardi Pattern. I love wearing nice cardis over plain shirts when the weather is cool. A nice cardi can also dress up a comfortable, causal outfit.

  490. Eva Levine / August 15, 2013

    Love the strIght A dress. So simple and elegant.

  491. Helene Willson / August 15, 2013

    I am entralled with the Belt Cardi pattern by Jenise Reid. It is stunning in its simplicity and elegance, and it looks very knittable. I will definitely be adding this pattern to my favorites and knitting que!
    Helene

  492. Megan Lewis / August 15, 2013

    Savirti! It’s unusual and gorgeous, and I love cables…

  493. Mariette / August 15, 2013

    Tthis book is fantastic! I can’t wait to see all the patterns!

  494. Jennifer / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic! I love that the neckline is practical and fun.

  495. Lyn G. / August 15, 2013

    I looked up the pattern as each was being described on the podcast. Loved 80% of them! It’s a great collection!

  496. Sarah / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic gets my vote! Thanks!

  497. Letizia La Ferla / August 15, 2013

    Omg! I love these patterns, but the Savitri Coat makes me wish winter could come sooner, just to wear it! I don’t know why but it gives me the idea of a medieval style!?!
    Love!

  498. Raela Stander / August 15, 2013

    Belt Cardi! I could see wearing this all winter.

  499. Linda B / August 15, 2013

    I love the Straight A Dress!! Would look great as a tunic with leggings. I also love the texture stitches in Swarm of Bees. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  500. Margaret Harkness / August 15, 2013

    It is very hard to pick just one item but I see several to make my two daughters for gifts.

  501. Robin Cruce / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Straight A Dress pattern….very versatile and great lines!

  502. Shawna Robirds / August 15, 2013

    Soooo totally in love with the toque and mitts!!!!

  503. Lita Bilotti / August 15, 2013

    Beautiful patterns!

  504. Rhona / August 15, 2013

    Would love to claim my copy of the fabulous Reclaimed!!

  505. Sonya Walkup / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace Cardigan. It looks like a classic that would never go out of style and could be a fall/winter wardrobe staple.

  506. Shauna / August 15, 2013

    I adore the Addison Dress! It’s sooo pretty!

  507. Tori / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover! It looks absolutely cozy and perfect for fall!

  508. Maggie Rickenbaker / August 15, 2013

    I love the Belt Cardi!!!

  509. Tara Perry / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees looks amazing!

  510. Carolyn / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison Dress! Makes me excited for fall sweater dresses!

  511. Julia / August 15, 2013

    Landslide cowl, I love the asymmetrical look,

  512. Teckla / August 15, 2013

    The Belted Cardi! Love the 3/4 sleeves, the belt wraps, wide rib cuffs and simple texture. A perfect go-to cardigan! A great collection, although a challenge for me to improve my skills!

  513. Gail Harrington / August 15, 2013

    I am loving the Calistoga Tunic. It looks so cozy.

  514. sperfect@tampabay.rr.com / August 15, 2013

    Love to win the pattern book. Thanks for the chance!

  515. Kristine / August 15, 2013

    I have to agree that usually knitted dresses just aren’t my thing but the Addison Dress caught my eye too. I’m seriously thinking of bumping something in my queue to knit that for this up coming season!

  516. Shelley / August 15, 2013

    Thanks for the chance to win this awesome pattern book. Love the striped dress

  517. Tanya Tullos / August 15, 2013

    Love the Thick Chill Hood…elegant, but easy enough to do several for gifts for the holidays!

  518. Angie Fitzpatrick / August 15, 2013

    Love the Swarm of Bees!

  519. Leslie / August 15, 2013

    I adore the Calistoga TUNIC, MIGHT JUST HAVE TO MAKE IT!!!

  520. Jayme Koch / August 15, 2013

    Atmos Cardigan! Looks challanging but awesome when it’s done!

  521. Teresa / August 15, 2013

    Cable embrace just looks like my next toto sweater

  522. Teresa / August 15, 2013

    Cable embrace just looks like my next toto sweater

  523. Teri / August 15, 2013

    Atmos is for me! What a great Birthday gift this would be as my birthday is coming soon!

  524. Christine / August 15, 2013

    I adore that Atmos cardi!!!

  525. Cindy Vance / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan is my favorite because the style of it is exactly what I should wear. And it looks like something a newbie knitter like me could do.

  526. Jean / August 15, 2013

    I’d love to win the Reclaimed Collection Book, as I am a big recycler!

  527. Theresa / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is adorable and super fashionable.

  528. Barb Gibbs / August 15, 2013

    Pick just one??? I would like to make each! The Luxe Pullover caught my attention because it looks warm and cozy. The Cable Embrace Cardigan because of the beautiful detail.

  529. Betty Stine / August 15, 2013

    Love the Jayashri sweater..earthy colors, simple lines with a bit of interest in the contrasting collar. Beautifully simple!

  530. Irene Lambrecht / August 15, 2013

    Luxe pullover is my choice followed by Thick Chill Hood and Kyoko Toque & Mitts to get through our bitter winters

  531. Rita / August 15, 2013

    Atmos would be my favorite design. Love the tunic length and the cables!

  532. Gertrude Yager / August 15, 2013

    Bellflower Coat. What a gorgeouse way to be warm and attract the attention of all who want style in the cold winter ahead. I love it and will start on it very soon…one item under way.

  533. Suzanne Hediger / August 15, 2013

    Hard to choose but I think the Cable Embrace Cardigan

  534. cd / August 15, 2013

    Bellflower coat: love the cable down the back and over the pockets.

  535. Norahann Miller / August 15, 2013

    WOW! This was a tough choice. I fell in love with the Gradual scarf and the Thick Chill Hood, mostly because they are projects that can be done easily and given as gifts. Anything that knits up that beautiful will certainly make us the knitter look like we worked so hard! Break out the flour, but never tell our secret about bulky yarns!

  536. Dominique Whelan / August 15, 2013

    My favourite is the Belt Cardi by Jenise Reid. The built in belt, the three quarter sleeves with wide cable cuffs is infinitely wearable–looks like you could dress it up or down and wear it almost anywhere. Flattering lines for all figures is another key element.
    I enjoyed looking over the designs. I received the catalogue yesterday in the mail and was saving it for a time when I could savour it slowly. There’s an ear worm for you in return!
    Dominique

  537. Joyce / August 15, 2013

    Love the lines and details of the Jayashri Pullover.

  538. Lori Berndt / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri Coat wins, hands down. I love the color (my favourite), and the cables and the textured pattern and the unique way the front buttons. It’s perfect for fall!

  539. Karen perry / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga tunic begs to be worn with leggings. My favorite look.

  540. Katie / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri coat is beautiful! I love the details and would love to wear it!

  541. Carol / August 15, 2013

    Love the gradual scarf!

  542. DeJahne / August 15, 2013

    I’m a fan of the Addison dress. I don’t ever wear dresses, but I love how simple it is and how it just WORKS. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a knit dress that has ever looked so great.

  543. Sueglantz / August 15, 2013

    What an awesome collection! As I am finishing up my hubby’s Dogwood Blossoms cardigan, this would be perfect for my next knitting adventure!

  544. MIralee / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace Cardigan but they are all beautiful.

  545. Sueglantz / August 15, 2013

    What an awesome collection! As I am finishing up my hubby’s Dogwood Blossoms cardigan, this would be perfect for my next knitting adventure!

  546. Carol / August 15, 2013

    Love the gradual scarf!

  547. Juli von / August 15, 2013

    Oh my, I can only choose one?! My eye did immediately land on the Jayashri pullover, love that neckline! Very elegant and seems like it would be easy to dress up or down.

  548. Robin Brown / August 15, 2013

    there are so many to love…which one to choose? can’t wait till I win….positive thinking!

  549. Darlene Krystal / August 15, 2013

    Those are way cool patterns…the kyoto toque and mitts are awesome and the Atmos is cool as well…Have a great knitting day…

  550. Darlene Krystal / August 15, 2013

    Those are way cool patterns…the kyoto toque and mitts are awesome and the Atmos is cool as well…Have a great knitting day…

  551. Maria / August 15, 2013

    I could see myself LIVING in that Calistoga tunic!

  552. Juli von / August 15, 2013

    Oh my, I can only choose one?! My eye did immediately land on the Jayashri pullover, love that neckline! Very elegant and seems like it would be easy to dress up or down.

  553. Laura Brown / August 15, 2013

    I am going to make the Calistoga sweater. That is my absolute favorite in the collection – the ability to style from dressy to casual and everything in between. It would be easy to wear it to work, out shopping on the weekends, or to the park with my kids. It’s so flexible in design: from retro to modern, it stretches a wide range of fashion styles as well.

  554. Martina / August 15, 2013

    All these patterns would be winners for my daughter and several would also be perfect for me. What a great collection of gorgeous garments!

  555. Laura Brown / August 15, 2013

    I am going to make the Calistoga sweater. That is my absolute favorite in the collection – the ability to style from dressy to casual and everything in between. It would be easy to wear it to work, out shopping on the weekends, or to the park with my kids. It’s so flexible in design: from retro to modern, it stretches a wide range of fashion styles as well.

  556. Darlene Krystal / August 15, 2013

    those patterns are awesome….the Kyoto Toque and Mitts look like a cool learning pattern…and the Atmos cargidan is way with the cables….

  557. Noa Boshnack / August 15, 2013

    I LOVED the Atmos cardi. Right now I’m a bit obsessed with cables and those just speak to me :). Besides, I get excited about pulling out my sweaters every year as well!

  558. Elizabeth / August 15, 2013

    I love the gradual scarf! My husband has finally let me start knitting for him… His reasoning is that we’re married now and the boyfriend sweater curse won’t apply 🙂

  559. Vivienne / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga Tunic!!!!
    OMG! This is so versatile! I would wear it with jeans & knee-high boots or leggings and sequined flats!
    I cannot WAIT to knit this!!!

  560. Amy Stanton / August 15, 2013

    I love the Landslide Cowl. The reclaimed buckle makes a great pattern just fabulous!

  561. Michèle / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Calistoga Tunic with is contemporary look

  562. Elaine / August 15, 2013

    Pick me, pick me. And I love Atmos!

  563. Erin / August 15, 2013

    I love the Thick Chill Hood because I’m always bundling scarves over my head not wanting to wear a toque when I don’t have a hood on my jacket!

  564. Trudy / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri just shouts out fall knitting to me.

  565. Laura G / August 15, 2013

    I loooove the Addison dress. I have always been drawn to knit dresses, they are just so versatile and comfy! That would definitely be the first pattern I would make. Followed by several others of course 😉

  566. Jungeun Jasmine Lee / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison Dress! I think I’d find a reason to wear it at least once a week!

  567. cheri ross / August 15, 2013

    Where to start, I want to make them all! I love cables, Atmos is amazing.

  568. Amy Hansen / August 15, 2013

    I’m torn…both the Addison Dress and the Luxe Pullover look like absolute must haves!

  569. Libby Vervaeke / August 15, 2013

    Love all the patterns so the question is ” which one to knit first!” I think it will be Swarm of Bees.

  570. Vicki Brust / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri! JAYASHRI! I love the look of the modern neckline, the simplicity of the stitches required, and the ultimate flattery of the shaping. I think it will look great on most body types, and is short sleeved – for easy layering! I will be wanting to make this one!!! Great patterns throughout the book!

  571. Vicky / August 15, 2013

    Always love classic designs. These garments can be worn for years.

  572. Rhonda Losh / August 15, 2013

    Love the Swish Bulky – in love with cables

  573. Rachel / August 15, 2013

    What great patterns!

  574. Gloria / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees sweater!

  575. Katie / August 15, 2013

    I love the bellflower coat. It looks simple enough that I would be able to finish it before the spring thaw, yet interesting enough to keep me from getting bored.

  576. Danielle K. / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga tunic is beautiful!! I actually love them all but that one is my favorite 🙂

  577. Tish / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace Cardigan. I love cables and tweed and the chevron pattern makes it very wearable for all body types.

  578. Kate / August 15, 2013

    I think the Calistoga is pretty fabulous – but I have to say it’s hard to pick just one favorite out of this collection.

  579. TerryLee Diemert / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri Pullover Pattern, this is my favorite, I would love to knit this and wear it all fall and winter long. It is very simple but yet elegant enough to wear it with jeans or dress pants. I love the colors used also. I was told to wear earth tone colors. I love love this sweater. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of this book. TerryLee Diemert

  580. Michele / August 15, 2013

    Love the Calistoga Tunic and Cable Embrace Cardigan. Fingers crossed!

  581. Susan Graham / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Atmos cardigan, It looks like a real challenge and I like a challenge sometimes.

  582. Susan Graham / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Atmos cardigan, It looks like a real challenge and I like a challenge sometimes.

  583. Bonnie / August 15, 2013

    Love the Addison Dress. So elegant.

  584. Karen Wallace / August 15, 2013

    When I first saw the collection in the catalog, I was drawn to the Cable Embrace Cardi because of the stitch interest and the flattering design!

  585. Beverly Geary / August 15, 2013

    I would enjoy the LUXE PULLOVER. I love the turtleneck style. I can see it would not be too tight but a lovely looking sweater.

  586. Kendra / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri coat screams for my needles and ash yarn. It’s bold, textured, and sophisticated all in one — absolutely perfect! It’s something that I could cozy up in, or wear out. Bold buttons! So in love with them already.

  587. Dana Pittman / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Addison Dress. I am immediately drawn to it because it has a lasting appeal. You could knit it this fall and wear it for years to come. Additionally, I could see myself making more than one to take advantage of different colors and types of yarn.

    Crossing my fingers and hoping to win because I’d have a great time knitting several of these designs before the cooler months.

    Thanks for the opportunity to receive a free copy.

  588. Sharon M2 / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the “Swarm of bees!”

  589. Desiree / August 15, 2013

    The cables on the Kyoko toque are amazing.

  590. Mistaria / August 15, 2013

    Because I prefer short to 3/4 sleaves, and I overheat quickly and prefer not to have fabric up close to my neck, my favorite is Jayashri Pullover.

    A close second is the Savitri Coat Pattern.

    And the headband is so cute, makes me want to cut my long hair.

    And wow! The belt cardi is also delicious. YUM!

  591. Nichol / August 15, 2013

    Love the cables in Atmos!!!!

  592. Stacy Kreun / August 15, 2013

    I love the landslide cowl because it’s not
    Like any other I’ve seen!!

  593. Kathy / August 15, 2013

    Love the Jayashri Pullover – the neckline & sleeves are unique, and the natural colors are great.

  594. renee wallace / August 15, 2013

    I absolutely need this book. Love the Calistoga Tunic.

  595. Christina St.John / August 15, 2013

    It’s a great treat to want to make all of the patterns in such a book. Cowls & sweaters are such great classic wear, but I don’t often see dresses. The Addison dress is, at least, more in my size range, but the Straight A dress is so classic, too. Just need to lose a few more pounds to do it justice! Guess I could always wear the Atmos sweater over it. Oh, shucks, such a hardship to wear both….NOT.

  596. Misty / August 15, 2013

    I love the Atomos cardigan. There were several great ones!

  597. Melissa / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga tunic. All of these patterns would fit so well in my wardrobe!

  598. Jane Repas / August 15, 2013

    I love the ATMOS Cardigan.

  599. SYL / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE CABLES–THESE LOOK INTERESTING TO DO–THE ATMOS AND ALSO HAS THE USE OF BULKY YARN SO I CAN GET IT DONE FASTER!

  600. Susan MacLaughlin / August 15, 2013

    I adore the Cable Embrace Cardi, especially the slimming “chevron” style cables up the back.

  601. Lois / August 15, 2013

    Love them all!

  602. Melainia / August 15, 2013

    I like the Belt Cardi! ❤

  603. Lynn Drzewucki / August 15, 2013

    I love the cables and texture stitches on the Swarm of Bees sweater. I can see myself wearing it a lot in the fall transition days as a short-sleeve sweater, and later with a long-sleeve tee underneath.

  604. Lynne Attanasso / August 15, 2013

    I got your catalogue in the mail recently and really was impressed with this particular pattern collection.
    I love your site, your yarns and the harmony needles I use almost exclusively now and am planning to add a set of the sunstruck needles very soon. Thank you KnitPicks for keeping knitting affordable for someone like me.

  605. Barbara Vogel / August 15, 2013

    Oh, The Possibilities! Startitis for sure:-)

  606. Lesley Egden / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace Cardigan. It has such an interesting pattern and I’m a sucker for tweedy yarns.

  607. Jo / August 15, 2013

    What a great collection of knits!

  608. Merianne Cowley / August 15, 2013

    I love the Belt Cardi! I live in the South and this looks like a great weight for winter in my climate!

  609. Zita H / August 15, 2013

    That Straight A Dress looks beautiful, I d love to knit it!

  610. Camille / August 15, 2013

    The Jayashri Pullover! The style is fabulous and its construction looks interesting.

  611. Melainia / August 15, 2013

    Oops, forgot to say why in the previous comment! I like the Belt Cardi for its sleeve length and belt. I love sweaters I can layer that also accent my waist, and it can be hard to find these days with the slouchy look in style.

  612. Genevieve Demaret / August 15, 2013

    Kyoko Toque & Mitts : a useful piece with “grand chic” !

  613. Jo / August 15, 2013

    The Addison dress for sure!

  614. Sharon Fitz-James / August 15, 2013

    cant wait to try it..all the patterns look great..looks like my winter projects are ready to go

  615. Lee-Ann Wells / August 15, 2013

    LOVE the Addison dress!!!

  616. Carrie / August 15, 2013

    I especially like the Atmos sweater.

  617. Rorey / August 15, 2013

    Belt cardi – beautiful”

  618. Emily / August 15, 2013

    I can’t decide between the Jayashri Pullover and the Calistoga Tunic. They’re both flattering, have simple lines and aren’t overly patterned – my style!

  619. Nicole / August 15, 2013

    I really love the Jayashri Pullover. The neckline is flattering and cute with a little bit of a vintage flair!

  620. Anne / August 15, 2013

    I totally adore the Calistoga Tunic. I would even wear it during hot flashes – it is that beautiful!!

  621. Gretchen / August 15, 2013

    I’m a sucker for chevron patterns, so the cable embrace cardigan is my favorite in this collection. Loved the first light collection and love this one. Nice job knitpicks!

  622. Betty Schlotthauer / August 15, 2013

    A lovely collection of patterns, I think I might choose to make “Thick Chill Hood” first. This past February I was visiting DC and would have loved having this item to warm and protect me from the chilling winds in the early mornings and late evenings.

  623. Barbara / August 15, 2013

    Beautiful collection. Thank you for the preview.

  624. Greta / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of bees and jayashri are absolutely stunning!

  625. Miriam / August 15, 2013

    My eye is drawn to the Atmos cardigan. It can be dressed up or down. The short sleeves make it perfect for a layered look and the cables give it a sophisticated air. I am always looking for pieces that can be worn at the office or out shopping. This garment fits the bill. I am tempted to make it longer and get the “coat” look. There is a variety of stitches in this piece- so even if I decide to make it longer, I think it would be enjoyable to knit this winter.

  626. Chris Kachel / August 15, 2013

    Definnatly want to do the Bellflower Coat or Atmos or Swarm of Bees ARRGH too many choices

  627. Sue Clover / August 15, 2013

    Immediately fell into adore for “Calistoga”. The detail interest of the collar makes this sweater a priority knit for me. The wide range of sizes available makes me happy, too.

  628. Stacey / August 15, 2013

    What a great collection to get me excited for gift knitting!

    I think my favorite is the Bellflower cardi. I love a good bulky-knit sweater, and I love the range of sizes available!

  629. crystal / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri sweater pattern is my favorite 🙂 it is soooo pretty 🙂

  630. Nancy / August 15, 2013

    Lovin’ it! Now all I need is time….

  631. Wendy / August 15, 2013

    There are several that I love but if I have to narrow it to a favorite I’ll have to say it’s a tie between the Cable Embrace Cardigan and Swarm of Bees!

  632. Samantha Williams / August 15, 2013

    They all look amazing, it’s so hard to pick one.

  633. Zoe Baum / August 15, 2013

    I want to make the Belleflower coat for myself, and the Swarm of Bees pullover for my sister. What great textures! This is a terrific bunch of patterns.

  634. Jo / August 15, 2013

    One of each please

  635. Adrienne G. / August 15, 2013

    For me it’s a tie between Belt Cardi (love that belt detail, but I’d go with longer sleeves) and Calistoga Tunic (tunic length is probably not the best for my figure, but I still love how cozy it looks!). Keeping my fingers crossed!

  636. Arline Rynk / August 15, 2013

    The idea for the pseudo-belt was brilliant ! I can’t wait to make the sweater.

  637. Doris Sorensen / August 15, 2013

    They are3 all classics.

  638. Jeannine Harvey / August 15, 2013

    Love both the Jayashri Pullover and the Landslide Cowl. Both are stylishly simple with great tailored details – Classic but fresh! Think Audrey Hepburn in wool. . . .

  639. Cindy / August 15, 2013

    My kind of sweaters….. wearable, stylish, timeless.

  640. Rebekah / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga tunic! It was extremely hard to pick just one favorite! Swarm of bees looks super comfy too!

  641. mel paul / August 15, 2013

    Stylish and timeless designs.

    Scarlett

  642. Martha Cranford / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. Looks like it could be dressed up or down.

  643. Marilyn / August 15, 2013

    The landslide cowl. My daughter is teaching me to knit. I taught her to crochet at the age of 6. Hopefully I will get good enough to do a pattern like that.

  644. Martha Cranford / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. Looks like it could be dressed up or down.

  645. Terri / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri pullover! It looks comfy and elegant at the same time. Fall can’t come soon enough for me.

  646. Karen / August 15, 2013

    The belted cardi is cleverly constructed and could have a variety of looks depending on the yarn used.

  647. James / August 15, 2013

    My wife would look wonderful in the Addison Dress. She knits amazing things and I would love to see her make something for herself.

  648. Julie / August 15, 2013

    The colors and modern styling are fabulous!

  649. Sandy Wallace / August 15, 2013

    Can’t wait to get knitting a shrug or scarf before Fall

  650. Katherine / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Calistoga Tunic, I especially like the neckline, it’s a very flattering look for me.

  651. Leslie Frey / August 15, 2013

    I definitely like the Savitri Coat the best. The unusual front is a winner.

  652. Penny Powell / August 15, 2013

    Would love to win!

  653. Lisa / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic Pattern
    It looks loose and wonderful.

  654. Fran Freimarck / August 15, 2013

    All of these patterns are sophisticated and elegant

  655. Sandy Watson / August 15, 2013

    I love the layering potential of Jayashiri… I might make it tunic length and with elbow length sleeves, but I will definitely knit this one!

  656. Anne / August 15, 2013

    A beautiful colletrion of knits

  657. Beverly Howes / August 15, 2013

    Love, love this collection! Would love to win.

  658. Lydia / August 15, 2013

    How to choose?? They are all pretty fantastic, but I would probably knit the Jayashri tunic first, so different!

  659. Renee / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the cable embrace cardigan, followed by swarm of bees. I love the textures!

  660. Carrie F / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Bellflower Coat. I love all the cables.

  661. Johanna / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower coat is definitely my favorite. I’ve always had a soft spot for cables, and for big sweaters 🙂

    • Jere / August 15, 2013

      I can’t resist the big buttons with sort of non-collar neck opening. Add the pockets and shorter sleeves that will stay out of my way and it all adds up to a must have with jeans or yoga pants.

  662. Mrs. B. / August 15, 2013

    So very lovely. Please enter me in the drawing!

  663. Jan / August 15, 2013

    Great collection, what to knit first!!!

    • Elise / August 15, 2013

      The Jayashri pullover now is on my fall to-knit list.

  664. Lorie / August 15, 2013

    Lovely collection!

  665. Rene / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees piece. Firstly I love Bees because without them, we would have very little food!!! I love food more than I love Bees!!
    The colour of this piece is a perfect fall tone too. The short sleeves are great too because fall is quite warm where I live yet its nice to have something snuggly to wear without sweating your head off!!

  666. ZanneeC / August 15, 2013

    Love the ‘Thick Chill Hood & the ‘Addison Dress.’ I believe they would be perfect together.

  667. Suda / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees – because of the wonderful textures & pattern! Gorgeous. . . .

  668. Shannon / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri Pullover – love the neckline. I might make it with long sleeves though, if I could figure out a modification for it. It would be super cute with a tight turtleneck underneath the short sleeve version though…hmmm… maybe I’ll make two! LOVE that it’s done in the round – I hate seaming!

  669. Robin / August 15, 2013

    Landslide Cowl by a landslide. Very nice selection and love the yarn colors.

  670. Dawn Tenneson / August 15, 2013

    All the collections of Knit Picks are great, I love the new updated looks that keep up with fashion!

  671. Libby McCullough / August 15, 2013

    I live in Florida so I can see lots of possibilities for the Swarm of Bees pattern.

  672. Alexia Wilson / August 15, 2013

    Oh boy, how to choose just one? I’m going with the Savitri Coat. Although the Landslide Cowl is calling out to me as well!

  673. Lara / August 15, 2013

    The Straight A dress is calling my name! Would love something to knit for fall!

  674. Dorothy Hounsell / August 15, 2013

    Looking forward to winning 😉

  675. Virginia Tunstall / August 15, 2013

    These patterns look so classy as well as comfortable. I can actually imagine wearing these designs.

  676. Celeste Robichaux / August 15, 2013

    My fave is the Striaght A Dress Pattern. I’d like to knit it in a lovely shade of blue for my new daughter-in-law who is the Air Force. She would look totally chic for a night on the town with my son. Sorry if there are typos but I can’t find my glasses!

  677. Ramona / August 15, 2013

    love the cabled sweater!

  678. Mary Ann Tierney / August 15, 2013

    My fav is the straight A dress. I love the simple lines and the detail at the top. Very classic.

  679. Mary Ann Tierney / August 15, 2013

    My fav is the straight A dress. I love the simple lines and the detail at the top. Very classic.

  680. Amy gray / August 15, 2013

    Luv the Atmos. I’m a beginner but it seems doable.

  681. Alice Dyer / August 15, 2013

    love the sweater called swarm of bees. that is the sweater I would knit if selected to win the pattern book.

  682. Kate Spencer / August 15, 2013

    Lots of fabulous choices, although I think I’d go for the Belt Cardi first, with an extra ball to carry the sleeves to full length.

  683. Roylene Neal / August 15, 2013

    From your reputation I know this has a lot of elegant and sophisticated patterns that I would love to win.

  684. Pat Reynolds / August 15, 2013

    Love these patterns. Just learned to knit and would love to make one.

  685. Margaret Faulks / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bellflower coat because of the bold styling with the cables and ribbing – lovely presentation

  686. DeniseMarie / August 15, 2013

    I like the Swarm of Bees sweater. I like the change of patterns and looks flattering how it tapers at waste.

  687. Junko / August 15, 2013

    I love the Belt Cardi pattern! The braided pattern on the belt looks like it will lie flat nicely, I love that it looks like it won’t curl!

    The finer pattern around the collar and down the front is a nice design element, as well.

    I like the 3/4-length sleeves, because I’m always washing dishes or working with my hands… and I can see myself wearing this 3 season out of the year, layered with a long-sleeved tunic, etc.

    Yup, definitely my favorite pattern of the bunch. Bee sweater pattern would probably be second!

  688. Amanda / August 15, 2013

    I love that beehive sweater! Perfect color too!

  689. Lindsey A / August 15, 2013

    Would love to have this pattern collection!

  690. Laurie / August 15, 2013

    I love all of the patterns. But, the Calistoga Tunic Pattern and the Swarm Of Bees are on the top of the list to be made first. They are all really very nice pieces and anyone would enjoy to wear them.

  691. darcie / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees sweater, I think it’s something I would wear a lot!

  692. Patti / August 15, 2013

    Great patterns! Keep up the good work 🙂

  693. Julie Wittrock / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan is best! no, wait, the Atmos is cooler. no, I was right the first time, it’s gotta be the Cable Embrace! yes, that’s my story, and i’m sticking with it. I think…

  694. anna / August 15, 2013

    nothing like snuggly knits to wear!

  695. Katherine Hendrixson / August 15, 2013

    My favorite pattern is definitely the Calistoga Tunic. It looks like the perfect snugly sweater to take the kids trick-or-treating or enjoy a glass of wine while watching a good movie.

  696. Crystal miles / August 15, 2013

    Cable Embrace Cardigan Pattern
    It s very detail design which I would knit.. Even if I don’t win, I will buy this one.. It s beautiful.

  697. Sherry / August 15, 2013

    My favorite sweater in Reclaimed is the Cable Embrace Cardigan. I love how wonderfully cozy it looks with a pair of jeans, and I can picture myself wearing it on a cool fall day.

  698. Leslie Friedman / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swish Bulky. It’s beautiful and fun!

  699. Cara Harris / August 15, 2013

    Great book! would love to win it.

  700. Brenda Nash / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is my favorite. It looks like something I would wear. I would change the color, though.

  701. Cindy B / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos sweater looks great… thanks for the review 😀

  702. Erin / August 15, 2013

    It’s a really tough call between the Straight A Dress, Swarm of Bees and Jayashri Pullover. I think I need them all!! You have made me so excited for Fall!

  703. Vivian Huddle / August 15, 2013

    Love this collection!

  704. Pat Rumschlag / August 15, 2013

    beautiful collection!

  705. Shannon Anderson / August 15, 2013

    My favorite patern is the Atmos Cardigan.
    I love cables, and cardi’s and the color.

  706. Sara Hildebrant / August 15, 2013

    I absolutely love the Jayashri Pullover! Looks so comfy and yet sophisticated. The neckline is my favorite as well the simple architectural stitches down the side. Want this so bad

  707. Molissa Allen / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the Swarm of Bees sweater. It would flatter my body like no other sweater has. It had peplum qualities which is in style.

  708. Kim / August 15, 2013

    Hmmm which to do first?

  709. ariesknitwit / August 15, 2013

    I think I would make the swarm of bees first. Then I would make the Savitri coat and several of the other sweaters. This is a GREAT collection!

  710. DonnaG / August 15, 2013

    I think the Calistoga Tunic. I love the neckline and the whole thing looks perfect for hibernating during chill Fall days or cold East Coast winter days.

  711. Mary Arif / August 15, 2013

    Like them all, but the “Bees” is the best!

  712. Mary E / August 15, 2013

    Love Swarm of Bees! So beautiful and unusual.

  713. Martha / August 15, 2013

    The Bellflower coat and the Addison dress are two of my favorites.

  714. Thea / August 15, 2013

    I love the “Swarm of Bees” sweater. Gorgeous!

  715. TeresaR / August 15, 2013

    I love fall sweaters. This looks like a great book.

  716. Marcia Mednick / August 15, 2013

    I am so crazy for cables – big visual impact for a relatively easy technique, so making Atmos would be my first choice! Swarm of bees also looks like a fun challenge to try.

  717. Linda Pirius / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri pullover. The collar is fun and short sleeves are a must for me in fall and winter!

  718. Michelle / August 15, 2013

    I like the Cable Embrace Cardigan. It has a nice classic shape that should be fashionable for years to come. The cabling adds all the interest that it needs to jazz it up.

  719. Jenny M / August 15, 2013

    Love “swarm of bees!” So cute and perfect for fall knitting!

  720. Alex / August 15, 2013

    The ‘Straight A Dress’ is my favorite.

  721. Liv / August 15, 2013

    Atmos is my favorite. Very interesting cables for a sweater. Love it.

  722. Lynn / August 15, 2013

    The Straight A dress is so, so cute. Love the detail on the top of the dress.

  723. Rebekah Evelyn / August 15, 2013

    There are a lot of great ones-but I think I have to pick Hilary Smith Callis’ Atmos.

  724. Lindsey / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. Looks both elegant and extremely comfortable! I’d love to win – excellent pattern collection!

  725. Marina Glagolev / August 15, 2013

    Jayashri Pullover! What a flattering neckline – will lengthen my short neck – definitely making it!

  726. Shelley / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bluebell coat. I have fallen love with cable ?

  727. MArcia Parker / August 15, 2013

    I absolutely am in love with Jayashri pull over! It has that vintage holliwood look about it that I love.

  728. Ruth / August 15, 2013

    The swarm is awesome the textured effects and warmth it represents is amazing the color is a perfect fall pick! I must get my hands on this 🙂

  729. heather fulford / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover. It is very classic looking, making it a long standing wardrobe piece for years to come.

  730. Wilma Page / August 15, 2013

    What a clever use of stitches.

  731. Mary Ellen / August 15, 2013

    Wow! A great collection! From the Kyoko Toque & Mitts, the Swarm of Bees, to the Belt Cardi — hard to choose just one. I think I would knit the Belt Cardi, first — it screams FALL!

    Would love to win this — it’s my birthday today!

  732. Marie-Claude Doucet / August 15, 2013

    Love all of the patterns! Hope I’ll win…

  733. Martha Anne / August 15, 2013

    What striking set of garments each with its own special details. The Cable Embrace must be my first effort, then the Calistoga Tunic, then the straight A tunic. Its great to find so many possibilities in one collection!

  734. Fay Payton / August 15, 2013

    The Luxe Pullover. At least to start with ! Then on to a few of the others.

    I live in turtlenecks all winter long and this is perfect with the slightly shorter sleeve – so they don’t get in the way.

  735. Christy / August 15, 2013

    Would love this! I need to broaden my knitting horizons!

  736. Cynthia Willard / August 15, 2013

    So many choices!!! The thick hood, the cowl, the sweater coats…Lovely lovey patterns! Thank you for such inspiring patterns, Knit Picks!

  737. addison / August 15, 2013

    Well, obviously — the addison ;). But somehow, that cute little dress makes me want to run and jump on the treadmill.

  738. Ashley / August 15, 2013

    Love them all can’t wait to knit one of each!!!

  739. Kimberly Walsh / August 15, 2013

    I definitely love the landslide cowl. I am still somewhat of a beginner knitter and have become obsessed with cowls & shawls! Great giveaway! Thanks!

  740. Angela Valdez / August 15, 2013

    Love Reclaiming the Fall! Yes, fall is the perfect time of year IMO.

  741. Mary miller / August 15, 2013

    This is a great collection, very classy, not frilly and fussy.

  742. Laurie A / August 15, 2013

    Love the modern look of the Calistoga Tunic.

  743. Cynthia / August 15, 2013

    The Embrace cardigan looks like it would be very flattering. I have flagged it for a future project. Love the tweed.

  744. Kim Larsen / August 15, 2013

    Love the Addison dress… with tights and boots it is a winner

  745. Janet / August 15, 2013

    Lots of funky but wearable designs! But my favourite is the Addison Dress, maybe because I seem drawn to knit dresses lately, but also for the classic simplicity and clean lines.

  746. Lucy / August 15, 2013

    This is a collection that has something for everybody. I love it!

  747. sile / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga is my favorite!!

  748. Angela / August 15, 2013

    The savitri coat is my favorite. So beautiful!

  749. Diane Thomson / August 15, 2013

    The landslide cowl. Cowls are so much fun to have in your wardrobe and this one would be so fun to knit and wear.

  750. Fran / August 15, 2013

    ME! ME! ME! I love them all!

  751. Nancie G / August 15, 2013

    Love the Swarm of Bees and Calistoga Tunic. Good luck to all.

  752. Sarah / August 15, 2013

    Ooooh, I just love the kyoko toque and mitts! They look warm and cozy.

  753. Lynne S. / August 15, 2013

    Tough choice – there are a lot of beautiful garments in this collection. I’ll say the Jayashri pullover, with Swarm of Bees close behine.

  754. Cee Sharpe / August 15, 2013

    Love the ‘Swarm of Bees’ sweater!

  755. jan / August 15, 2013

    my favorite is the Cable Embrace cardigan. Not too heavy, not too busy. I’ll make it in Capra, though and keep the sleeves and side panels in Stockinette.

    • Carolyn / August 15, 2013

      Bellflower – perfect for a walk in the woods during the fall!

  756. Mel Jackson / August 15, 2013

    Love the jayashri sweater, it has a retro vibe to it that I just love.

  757. Carolle / August 15, 2013

    That will be nice to make some of those patterns!

  758. Sally / August 15, 2013

    I love the collection. I would love to win.

  759. Erica Thomas / August 15, 2013

    I am loving he Swarm of Bees top. The texture is beautiful. I also like the Thick Chill Hood. The whol book is wonderful!!!

  760. Patt Takeuchi / August 15, 2013

    Reminds me of the classic patterns my mother used to knit but updated! Simply beautiful.

  761. AmyO / August 15, 2013

    It’s definitely the Landslide Cowl. there’s so much texture and a vintage feel to it that I love!

  762. Adrienne Lash / August 15, 2013

    I’m in love with swarm of bees. The texture and that waistline detail! Brilliant.

  763. Kelly M / August 15, 2013

    Oh, wow. They’re all amazing, but if I had to choose just one to knit for myself it would probably be the Calistoga Tunic. It looks like it would be flattering on me and I love the sort of shabby-chic “favorite sweater” vibe it has. I’d totally go for the Addison Dress if I were picking one to knit as a gift – my sister would look AMAZING in that, but there’s no way I could pull it off!

  764. Maggie Johnson / August 15, 2013

    I love every one of these patterns. Very beautiful. I really like the Thick Chill Hood and the Atmos.

  765. Wendy / August 15, 2013

    The Luxe Pullover is gorgeous – love the pocket!

  766. Verna / August 15, 2013

    These are so lovely; I can’t wait to see the rest of the collection.

  767. Benny / August 15, 2013

    Just ran across this… So glad I did! Everything looks so wonderful.

  768. Patricia swan / August 15, 2013

    Beautiful!

  769. Whitney / August 15, 2013

    I like the belt cardi the best- totally my style 🙂

  770. patricia riley / August 15, 2013

    wow! there are several designs that are awesome. I would totally loose weight just to rock that striped sweater dress. but since I’m not that skinny just yet…I want to make that figure flattering belt cardi and that cheveron v neck number…in burgundy or a wine would be devine this fall!

  771. Susan Glenfield / August 15, 2013

    Fabulous fall and winter patterns!!!! Can’t wait to try some, ESP with the cashmere yarn on sale!!!

  772. charlene cone / August 15, 2013

    Hands down favorite is the Jayashiri! It is a classic design.

  773. Meghan / August 15, 2013

    I like the Atmos Cardigan. I’m a huge fan of layering short sleeved jackets/cardigans over long sleeved shirts.

  774. Barbara LeBlanc / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Belt Cardi. I think this would actually look good on me giving the illusion that I have a waistline. I would make it in City Tweed in a pretty dark shade.

  775. Trina / August 15, 2013

    This book looks spectacular…hard to decide what to make first!

  776. Liz / August 15, 2013

    Pick ONE pattern?!?!?! No way! 😀

  777. Deb / August 15, 2013

    I would wear the Calistoga Tunic. However I would like to try several of the others. The Atmos Cardigan and Sivitri Coat look like a fun challenge

  778. Wanda / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the JaYashri pullover. Love them all!

  779. Liz / August 15, 2013

    Love the collection. Can’t wait for the weather to need these sweaters.

  780. Wanda / August 15, 2013

    Love them all!

  781. Christina / August 15, 2013

    I like them all but like the Belted Cardi is the most versatile for my needs.

  782. Anna Bryan / August 15, 2013

    I love this pattern booklet because I could knit AND wear every one of the garments! Really, how often can you say that! Love the color pallets. I would start with Jayashri! Totally love that one!

  783. Rachael Bender / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Swarm of Bees top!

  784. Darlene / August 15, 2013

    I love Jayashr pullover, the colours are beautiful and I enjoy working with the yarn. Super pattern.

  785. Victoria / August 15, 2013

    The patterns are lovely, especially the ‘Swarm of Bees’ pullover.

  786. JenW / August 15, 2013

    That Atmos Cardigan looks like a delightful challenge with all the design patterns!

  787. Karen Netzband / August 15, 2013

    Looks great!

  788. Regina Cross / August 15, 2013

    I’m torn between the Addison and Straight A Dresses, though I like the Straight A’s option to wear as a tunic!

  789. Sue / August 15, 2013

    Won love to win!!

  790. Joy Buckley / August 15, 2013

    Good variety of patterns in this book!

  791. bethany / August 15, 2013

    savitri coat! I absolutely love the closures and the stitch pattern on the front.

  792. Angela McConnell / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos Cardigan is my favorite. I love the fact you can make it in an understated color and wear something with a lot of color underneath to show it off or knit it in a bright color to brighten up your winter wardrobe!

  793. Kathleen DeJohn / August 15, 2013

    I love the simple lines and beautiful drape of the Straight A dress!

  794. J. Fitzhugh / August 15, 2013

    I agree that the “Swarm of Bees” sweater would be very versatile…I can see it with a wool plaid skirt for work or faded denim for a trip to the farm stand to get those pumpkins!

  795. Willow Brown / August 15, 2013

    So, So Cozy!! Must have!!! I have been running for over a year now and I think I could pull off the dress…. 😉

  796. Jill / August 15, 2013

    The thick chill cowl looks perfect for our cold prairie winds!

  797. Katherine Noack / August 15, 2013

    Loved the cowl and Hat. Would love to win the book to make those two first

  798. Carla / August 15, 2013

    These are really cute, especially the Addison Dress — and I happen to live on Addison Street! However, the dress looks a lot better on the model than it would on me. Swarm of Bees is generating a lot of buzz!

  799. Donna Sapienza / August 15, 2013

    Addison dress is my pick for best. My daughter would look elegant in this pattern.

  800. Jess Anne Cole / August 15, 2013

    The Addison Dress rocks! The entire collection is impressive.

  801. L Parra / August 15, 2013

    I love the simplicity of the Straight A Dress. It would look great with a Turtle Neck & Tights!!

  802. Maryann / August 15, 2013

    I like Swarm of Bees for its detail and the Jayashri Pullover. It is a lovely collection.

  803. Lisa / August 15, 2013

    Do I have to pick just one?? I love the Bellflower coat, the Togue, Swarm of Bees (beautiful detail while fitting like your favorite t-shirt–what’s not to love?) the figure-flattering Cable Embrace Cardigan, but I agree that the first thing I’m gonna try is the Atmos Cardigan-but with long sleeves. I just love this collection-the detail work on all of them is just fantastic…..makes fingers itch to get started!

  804. Pat / August 15, 2013

    I love these looks but Swarm of abeles is a fav!

  805. Laura / August 15, 2013

    Well, “Atmos” and “Bees” are more likely to actually make it in my queue someday, but “Savitri” wins as my favorite for its uniqueness. Kudos to the designers – great collection!

  806. Hélène / August 15, 2013

    The Calistoga tunic because I looooooove the collar!

  807. Jess Foto / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic. The Zipper! It looks perfect for the first few days of frosty weather, snuggling up with a hot cup of tea. mmmm

  808. Kay Smith / August 15, 2013

    OOHHH! So hard to pick just 1. Like them all. Would love to win the book.

  809. Jen Whited / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the Landslide Cowl. The buckle detail gives the cowl great visual difference than just knitting a piece and wrapping it around your neck! Great designs all around, though!

  810. justjenny / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees sweater!

  811. Courtney / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is actually the first you posted – the Addison dress. I have a favorite knit sweater dress that I’ve been looking to duplicate, and this pattern looks like the perfect one to do it! I also love the landslide cowl, as I can see myself bundling up in that to protect against the Asheville winter. 🙂

  812. Angie / August 15, 2013

    Very nice!

  813. Pearl G / August 15, 2013

    The Gradual Scarf reminds me of quilts I’ve made, and the Swarm of Bees just look like a lot of fun to knit – and to wear.

  814. monica / August 15, 2013

    Although I liked all of the designs my favorite is Cable Elegance. I love the chevron look of the cables.

  815. Michele / August 15, 2013

    Nice collection of patterns! I love the asymetrical collar.

  816. Diana / August 15, 2013

    These are so beautiful they almost make me look forward to the end of summer & the beginning of sweater weather!

  817. Bonnie / August 15, 2013

    My favorites are the belt cardi and the Addison dress! They’re must haves for my wardrobe. 🙂

  818. Margaret / August 15, 2013

    I love the Belt Cardi by Jenise Reid! It’s perfect for me…my arms get cold but not my torso!

  819. karen ewert / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees sweater

  820. Spring / August 15, 2013

    Oh, I hope I win. Il love knitpicks!

  821. Spring / August 15, 2013

    Oh, I hope I win. Il love knitpicks!

  822. Spring / August 15, 2013

    Oh, I hope I win. Il love knitpicks!

  823. Spring / August 15, 2013

    Oh, I hope I win. Il love knitpicks!

  824. Spring / August 15, 2013

    Oh, I hope I win. Il love knitpicks!

  825. Sabrina / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic pattern. Love those sleeves!

  826. Julia Vedders / August 15, 2013

    I love the Atmos vest, but I would add long sleeves, I am always cold living in Michigan!

  827. Jean A. / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Atmos cardigan and the Cable Embrace Cardigan, though the Addison dress is intriguing (I probably wouldn’t wear it, but it looks really good on the model!).

  828. Michelle Choi / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the Jayashri pullover.
    I love the short sleeves.
    I love the funky collar with the button tab.
    Love love love.

    (Though, I might go color-crazy when I make it!)

  829. Therese Cornell / August 15, 2013

    Would love to win this book!

  830. BJ King / August 15, 2013

    I really love the Belt Cardi. It looks perfect for layering.

  831. Susan R. / August 15, 2013

    Addison dress….why I like it , is because after losing 32 pounds, I could actually pull off a knit dress now that clings. Before, there was no way. I love it!

  832. Kim Ensign / August 15, 2013

    I love the Thick Chill hood. And I would love to win a copy of the book!

  833. Melissa N / August 15, 2013

    I love the jayashri pullover for the collar. Little details make it for me.

  834. Alisa / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic! It looks like you could wear it with anything and it would always look great!

  835. Tara / August 15, 2013

    My favourite. is Belt Cardigan. I have always had a soft spot for belted cardies.

  836. MB Brosnihan / August 15, 2013

    I love doing patterns so Swarm of Bees is the one that caught my eye. It will certainly keep my attention.
    Thanks for all the beautiful designs.

  837. topaz / August 15, 2013

    love the Kyoko toque and mitts!
    unique diamond cables and the set looks cozy and would make great take-along projects

  838. Gillian Drabble / August 15, 2013

    I love the thick chill hood pattern… its so basic and simple but so lovely and cozy looking!

  839. Aly@BabycakesCreates / August 15, 2013

    I love the Atmos cardigan. The cables are gorgeous!

  840. Nancy Jones / August 15, 2013

    I like the Cable Embrace Cardigan the best. Like the diagonal detailing.

  841. Lauren P / August 15, 2013

    The swarm of bees…for sure!

  842. Amy Coppens / August 15, 2013

    All the patterns are looking fantastic,I have a 15 year old grand daughter who will to steel in the Addison dress she is a redhead so I will knit it in dark green the stripe in a matching color!!
    Amy

  843. Carrie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover. That neckline, and it looks so comfy.

  844. Anna / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Calistoga Tunic. Saw that in the catalog and was an instant favorite! Love the sleeves, longer length, and side zip neck.

  845. Amy Coppens / August 15, 2013

    All the patterns are looking fantastic,I have a 15 year old grand daughter who will look to steel in the Addison dress, she is a redhead so I will knit it in dark green the stripe in a matching color!!
    Amy

  846. Chrissy / August 15, 2013

    Atmos–I love a long sweater, the cables, and those adorable sleeves.

  847. Maggie Montney / August 15, 2013

    My pick is the Swarm of Bees. Absolutely love the combo of textures.

  848. Roxy64 on Ravelry / August 15, 2013

    Love the belted cardi.

  849. Mary Smith / August 15, 2013

    The thick chill hood is awesome! So quick to work up and beautiful to wear. Would be an elegant addition to any wardrobe.
    M.

  850. pat / August 15, 2013

    Kyoto hat and gloves! Something within my skill range and it might get finished!

  851. Kathy Pearson / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees has so many interesting texture, love how it curves the shoulders.

  852. Car Baer / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic….and all are great.

  853. Allison / August 15, 2013

    I’m loving the Jayashri pullover. The garter stitch and button details are adorable!

  854. Monica / August 15, 2013

    Cable Embrace Cardi, because it looks like it could be my first non-kid cardi, always been afraid of “big” projects!

  855. Connie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Cable Embrace Cardigan. It’s perfect for the office, not too bulky, not too fussy.

  856. Vallerie Magory / August 15, 2013

    I would love to knit the Swarm of Bees. Looks like a project you won’t be able to put down. I love sweaters that are knit from neck down and the interesting stitch patterns- magnificent!!!
    Beautiful patterns – this book looks like a must have.

  857. Emily / August 15, 2013

    The Belt cardi looks both elegant and cozy. Perfect for work and weekend both!

  858. Nancy Ogawa / August 15, 2013

    Hard to choose just one but the Calistoga Tunic has the unusual collar treatment. Swarm of Bees would be a second choice- it looks really wearable. So many things to knit so little time…

  859. Laurie / August 15, 2013

    Lovely patterns!

  860. Kim / August 15, 2013

    Calistoga Tunic, it has to look good with anything!!!!

  861. Kim Melton / August 15, 2013

    Love the cable embraced cardigan. Cables are a favorite of mine, and the fact that they are running at angles makes then special

  862. Marcy Rowe / August 15, 2013

    Love the bellflower coat. Would love to win!

  863. Karen / August 15, 2013

    Love, love, love the Calistoga tunic! Clean, simple, elegant lines and shaping in the garment and texture in the wide welt of the sleeves. Could easily dress this garment up for evening or down for the weekend.

  864. Rika / August 15, 2013

    Beautiful! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  865. Stephanie / August 15, 2013

    I think I’d have to go with the Jayashri Pullover, though the Savitri Coat is a close second. I love the neckline of the pullover and the way the second color is incorporated, and I also love the fact that it is short-sleeved since I live in Florida where it is perpetually hot outside but cold indoors (especially where I work). I would love to try to knit some of these patterns; they’re all fantastic!

  866. Julia / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan, I’m always a sucker for cables and tweed!

  867. jessie / August 15, 2013

    ooh! ooh! yes, please. i adore that sweater dress!

  868. Janette / August 15, 2013

    What a hard decision – such great designs. The Savitri coat, however, is my favorite! Can’t wait to get that one on my needles!

  869. Gale Vande Voort / August 15, 2013

    All of the patterns are wonderful and timeless. I think my favorite is the Atmos Cardigan. The detail is exquisite.

  870. Robin K / August 15, 2013

    Love the jayashri. It looks very comfy and fun to make!

  871. Roxanne Malloy / August 15, 2013

    My first project from this collection would be the “Bellflower Coat” and I would do it in Swish Bulky ” Potion” or “Moss”. And it would be fabulous to wear and show off!

  872. Ashley / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover. I love the modern look and it would be great for Fall!

  873. Vanessa / August 15, 2013

    Oooh! I think if I don’t win I’ll have to buy the book! Looking forward to a cozy winter. Love that belted cardi, what a clever idea, never lose the belt again.

  874. Corina / August 15, 2013

    Ooh… Jayashri!

  875. Annie / August 15, 2013

    I would wear the heck out of the Belt Cardi! Love!

  876. stephanie / August 15, 2013

    The straight A dress is the first dress I’ve ever considered knitting! Usually they just seem clunky, this one looks simple and easy to wear. Great collection!

  877. CharlotB / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace Cardigan is my favorite, as it looks like it would make an excellent office sweater/jacket.

  878. Sharon Cunha / August 15, 2013

    Great collection! I would really like a copy!

  879. Jennifer Johnson / August 15, 2013

    The Straight A Dress Pattern looks like something I’d love to try! All the patterns were lovely and there were a number I’d love to make for myself and others!

  880. Su S. / August 15, 2013

    I want to wrap up in Bellflower Coat this winter, so I’ll need to get started soon!

  881. Latassha Henderson / August 15, 2013

    I absolutely love, love, lllooovvveee the Atmos pattern! I am truly a fan of cables!

  882. Anna / August 15, 2013

    If I don’t win I just might have to buy it!

  883. chrystine mirales / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is definitely the Addison dress!

  884. Marcia Gallegos / August 15, 2013

    So many beautiful things to knit, so little time!!!

  885. Erin / August 15, 2013

    the cable embrace cardigan is my favorite. I’ve recently developed a love of sweaters and this one is gorgeous I might try adding a hood if I got it, if done right I think that could add to the elegance of the design

  886. Sarah Churchill / August 15, 2013

    What a great inspiration…hope I win!

  887. Jennifer / August 15, 2013

    Ooo! These patterns are beautiful!

  888. SaraSS / August 15, 2013

    I am a little obsessed with the Swarm of Bees Sweater right now. Must. Have….

  889. Tina / August 15, 2013

    I love all the patterns but am especially fond of the belt cardi. 🙂

  890. Nell / August 15, 2013

    I adore the Addison Dress. I love everything about it. I love grays and blacks and that kind of dress is exactly the type that flatters my figure. I can’t wait to knit it when I get a few extra bucks to buy more yarn. I love that I’ll have an excuse to buy more knit picks yarn too!

  891. Karen / August 15, 2013

    Love the Landslide Cowl!

  892. Joy / August 15, 2013

    My absolute fav is the Calistoga Tunic but the Jayashri Pullover is a close second.

  893. Christine / August 15, 2013

    The Jatiri–which surprises me a little. I think the subtle details make this an intriguing garment, very wearable and obviously not made by a machine at an off-shore factory! =)

  894. Rachel / August 15, 2013

    I am in love with Swarm of Bees!

  895. Stephanie / August 15, 2013

    Definitely the Atmos…it looks like it would work with everything!

  896. Tamara / August 15, 2013

    I’ve never wanted to knit a dress…until now, that is! This collection is absolutely gorgeous, and I want to knit nearly everything in it!

  897. Rose / August 15, 2013

    My favorite is the Calistoga Tunic. My back is always cold, so I like the longer length. But I can never decide if I’m too hot or too cold, so I like the option of zipping up the neck or leaving it open. Both look stylish. And it doesn’t look too hard to make.

  898. Tami Arnold / August 15, 2013

    I can already see the sweater I’m going to make with my winnings! I love the “swarm of bees”! Love the color, too!

  899. Kristel / August 15, 2013

    I love the Calistoga Tunic! So lovely! The length, the rolled cuffs on the sleeves, but the polished bottom hem, the subtle striping done with texture, and that collar – zip it up for optimum, cozy warmth, zip it down if you need to cool off!

  900. f. Gee / August 15, 2013

    The Cable Embrace is classy and is my favorite of the collection!

  901. Tina / August 15, 2013

    Normally my eye is drawn to items with a lot of texture and cables, like the Savitri Coat. And those buttons?! I like big buttons and I cannot lie ( back at ya!) However, my favorite pattern was actually the Luxe Pullover. I’ve been on the lookout for a good simple sweater, and this meets all my requirements (including pockets!). It’s perfect!

  902. AnDy Horne / August 15, 2013

    I am a sucker for gorgeous cables so of course it has to be Atmos …. But then that side of me that appreciates understated elegance love the Straight A dress as well. So it’s a tie …

  903. Stacy / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover. It looks warm enough for chilly summer nights and just perfect for layering for chillier fall days. I’d knit it up in a pumpkin orange with a fall red or brown for the contrasting collar.

  904. Sally K / August 15, 2013

    L-o-v-e the Jayashri Pullover!!! 😀

  905. Lisa R. / August 15, 2013

    I love this collection. I had already queued the Jayashri Pullover this afternoon before I saw this contest. Love it!

  906. peggy / August 15, 2013

    What lovely patterns the decision as to what was first might come down to eenie meenie minee mo!

  907. Nancy Green / August 15, 2013

    I really like the Swarm of Bees Sweater. I love all the unique textural elements.

  908. Erika / August 15, 2013

    I love, love, love the Calistoga Tunic. It looks like the perfect blend of cozy comfort and simple stylishness.

  909. Tara / August 15, 2013

    I love the Straight A Dress! Could totally see this with a belt, leggings and boots, so comfy!

  910. Laura / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos cardigan looks pretty and like a fun knit!

  911. Meridith Geyer / August 15, 2013

    The Savitri Coat is my favorite for sure. Love the look!

  912. Mary Ann Krupka / August 15, 2013

    I totally agree~ the Atmos Cardigan is a sure winner! I’m a plus size gal and I can still purchase the pattern and yarn for $55.00!
    Now that is a bargain!

  913. sheila / August 15, 2013

    I would totally do Jayashri at work on my breaks to show my 30 something year old coworkers that knitting is too cool! It gets a little old hearing granny comments.

  914. eileen / August 15, 2013

    Love, love, love.

  915. Tish Glenn / August 15, 2013

    Choose me! I love the cabled vest! The collection looks like style for the Great Northwest where I live. (Seattle).

    Thanks for your offer.

  916. Aileen / August 15, 2013

    Me! Me! Please =)

  917. Krista Leichner / August 15, 2013

    I would love to win just for the Atmos pattern!

  918. Stacy Fuller / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is my favorite!

  919. Tonia / August 15, 2013

    Kyoko touque and mitts – challenging – so not boring; universally flattering (wouldn’t want to invest the time in a sweater, and then feel it made me look bigger)…

  920. Tami / August 15, 2013

    Love the The Calistoga Tunic by Jill Wright. Blank canvas indeed!

  921. Lori / August 15, 2013

    I love fall patterns. Would be thrilled to win!

  922. Lorraine / August 15, 2013

    I love them all. please enter me in the drawing

  923. Bianca / August 15, 2013

    It’s so hard to pick just one! I like a few but I think I will say Addison Dress is my favorite since its the first pattern I would use. I love the fit and I would have some fun with color on the stripes!

  924. Victoria Williams / August 15, 2013

    I can’t wait to see all the patterns. 🙂

  925. Laurel Ryan / August 15, 2013

    Love many items, but might want to make it in pink – my current favorite color!

  926. Susan M. / August 15, 2013

    I’m partial to the dresses, especially the Addison dress — love that neckline! I’ve been dreaming about knitting a dress for several years now, but it’s such an undertaking… wonder when (if) I’ll ever finally do it.

  927. Bianca / August 15, 2013

    It’s so hard to pick just one! But I think I would have to say Addison Dress is my favorite since it would be the first pattern I’d use. I love the fit and I would have some fun with color on the stripes!

  928. Nicole / August 15, 2013

    The Belt Cardi caught my attention right away. I love that it looks super cozy and stylish at the same time.

  929. Kathy / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of bees is my favorite!

  930. Karen Paessler / August 15, 2013

    I love Atmos! Beautiful stitches!

  931. tami / August 15, 2013

    I really like the neckline for Jayashri – and the color combination!

  932. Kathleen / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees…what an inspired design!

  933. marianne / August 15, 2013

    I love Jayashri. It seems like a nice basic, but the collar detail and garter stitch makes it unique,

  934. Melissa / August 15, 2013

    It was a really tough choice, but if I have to pick a favorite, it’s Swarm of Bees because of the cable pattern on the top half and the belt portion. It is a great combination of patterns and textures! (And what a great color choice for the photographs!)

  935. Lisa P / August 15, 2013

    I love the Jayashri Pullover….love the collar and the overall style. Also love the Calistoga Tunic, awesome look and the Thick Chill Hood because I’m not into hats but this I’d definitely use. They are all beautiful.

  936. Stephanie / August 15, 2013

    I love the Atmos pattern! Just because of the distinct large cables that just pop out so much! A very beautiful pattern.

  937. Justin / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison dress! Because I like stripes very much especially with the cute idea of having differing widths for each stripe.

  938. Courtney Kramer / August 15, 2013

    The Atmos Cardigan is my favorite but it was really hard to choose! I love the cables and the casual look to it!

  939. Wendy C. / August 15, 2013

    I love the Atmos sweater, especially the sleeves, and cables!!! I just adore cables!!! Fun to do and look so great!!!

  940. Jodie / August 15, 2013

    Hard to choose just one! My favorite is the Calistoga Tunic Pattern. I love the neckline and the detail on the sleeves.

  941. Karen / August 15, 2013

    The Kyoko Toque &Mitts set caught my attention. I like the distinctive lines in the design.

  942. Nicole Searcy / August 15, 2013

    Love the Addison Dress!

  943. Beth R / August 15, 2013

    I’d knit the Calistoga Tunic, my fave. Love the convertible neck and the length of the tunic and its sleeves.

    • Sara / August 16, 2013

      What a fabulous pattern collection! It’s too hard to name just one favorite. I love the Calistoga Tunic because of its versatility and flow. I also think it would challenge my knitting skills the most, and I love that. The Jayashri Pullover is a close second, and too cute not to mention.

    • Kathryn Dokoupil / August 16, 2013

      Love the Cable Embrace Cardigan with the diagonal cables morphing into the V-neck, and it looks great in City Tweed.

  944. Kimberly K. / August 15, 2013

    How can you pick one 🙂 I like the Belt Cardi and the Jayashri Pullover. Reclaimed is a great collection!

  945. Rayne / August 15, 2013

    I think all the pieces in the reclaimed collection are wonderful. I think the one I’d choose first is the belt cardi. It just looks so comfy and stylish at the same time.

  946. Denise Mcdonald / August 15, 2013

    I love the Savitri Coat but I don’t think my knitting skills are quite up to knitting this pattern … but I would love to attempt the pullover pattern. All of the patterns are so unique! Oh …. and the beehive sweater is a knitting must – in a pretty blue cashmere yarn maybe.

  947. Teresa Jennings / August 15, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is my favorite. As knitted, the golden color is both rich and warm, a perfect color for the sweater and the season.

  948. cheryl cameron / August 15, 2013

    ahh to win, how nice would that be?

  949. Celeste / August 15, 2013

    Love the Kyoko toque and mittens and the Swarm of Bees pullover.

  950. joannehisdal / August 15, 2013

    Great stuff as usual. Enter drawing please

  951. NancyP / August 15, 2013

    Love the textural stitches overall with the rich saturated colors, any of them would be a pleasure.

  952. Samantha / August 15, 2013

    Ohhhhh man I would rock that Addison Dress – knitting and wearing, of course!

  953. vernice / August 15, 2013

    I love the sweater on the cover. That is one of my favorite collars and the button detail is so cute.

  954. Irene / August 15, 2013

    I love the Addison Dress! It reminded me of a commercial knit dress I had a long time ago. The dress was comfy yet stylish. I think knitting a version of it myself would be wonderful, especially if done in the new WOTA superwash!

  955. Tiffany / August 15, 2013

    I love the Swarm of Bees and would knit that first. It’s adorable, modern, and chic. I’d make it for my mom first who fits all those adjectives! 🙂

  956. Ashley Elliott / August 15, 2013

    I LOVE the addison dress, atmos cardigan, and the calistoga tunic! I couldn’t pick just one lol. I love stripes and comfortable easy-to-make-yet-looks-complicated type patterns that have my friends asking how on earth I made it 😉

  957. Michelle M / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bellflower Coat. I would definitely love to knit this!

  958. Margaret Tyo / August 15, 2013

    I saw the Atmos and thought wow! I would love to knit this cardigan , but then I saw the other knits and fell in love. I can not make up my mind as to which pattern I want to knit first. I would love to own a copy of Reclaimed.

  959. Sarah / August 15, 2013

    I love the swarm of bees! Fantastic name for a pattern and it looks so incredibly cozy!

  960. Talena Winters / August 15, 2013

    I love the Bellflower Coat. It was really hard to choose, because I adore texture and so many of these patterns are full of it, especially cables–my fave! But what won me to this coat was both it’s length–perfect below-the-bulge 😉 spot, AND that it is done in Swish Bulky, and my limited time for knitting always hones in on quick-knit-in-bulky-yarn patterns.

    I also love it’s classic lines–it will never go out of fashion. 🙂

  961. Betty Rindal / August 15, 2013

    Got to be Hillary Smith Callis Atmos. Love the cables, tunic lenth. Since my arms are always cold, will undoubtedly lenghten the sleeve to either elbow or short wrist.

    Want to be a winner!!

  962. Wilma Tammer / August 15, 2013

    Beautiful patterns, would love to win the book.

  963. Tonya West / August 15, 2013

    All of the patterns are beautiful!

  964. Wilma Tammer / August 15, 2013

    Beautiful patterns, love the dress especially.
    But also the golden short sleeved sweater and the neckline of the brown/beige one.
    Would love to win the book.

  965. Kristine Beeson / August 15, 2013

    I really like the look of Cable Embrace. 🙂

  966. Holly / August 15, 2013

    What a lovely collection! Cardis, pullovers – it’s hard to choose a favorite.

  967. Shannara / August 16, 2013

    There are a lot of great ones-but I think I have to pick Belt cardi

  968. Terri / August 16, 2013

    So hard to choose! I think the belt cardi is the winner for me right now because I’m in the midst of trying to find just the right cardigan for a fall project and that might just be it!

  969. Katherine / August 16, 2013

    Swarm of Bees is my favorite pattern. It has a very fresh and crisp look. Very suitable for casual and dressy. I love the waistline. It is flattering and elegant. I would really enjoy wearing this sweater anywhere.

  970. Courtney / August 16, 2013

    I like the Jayashri Pullover because of the color accented collar. I love it in the brown combo but if I make it I will go for a dark blue for the MC and a medium gray for the collar.

  971. Cheri / August 16, 2013

    I like the Thick Chill Hood Pattern. It gets pretty chilly up here in Idaho and a hood would help cut the bitting wind.

  972. Marsha king / August 16, 2013

    Looks like my kind of sweaters.marsha

  973. peggy / August 16, 2013

    what a marvelous collection would love to take this south and have all winter to work on it. i would love to win.

  974. Tia / August 16, 2013

    I really like the Landslide Cowl. Something basic but the buckle gives it something more to keep it interesting.

  975. Karen Wilson / August 16, 2013

    My favorite is the Cable embrace cardigan. The chevron design not only provides texture but is also slenderizing. Beautiful in the tweed!

  976. Tina C / August 16, 2013

    Jayashri Pullover Pattern is beautiful and looks so comfy.

  977. Leslie Kolkmeier / August 16, 2013

    Love the Atmos, especially since it will be a quick knit with the Swish Bulky! Winter is coming….

  978. Janice Bennett / August 16, 2013

    The Bellflower Coat is my favorite. Would love to have it this winter to keep me warm!

  979. Kathryn Evans / August 16, 2013

    My favorite is the LANDSLIDE COWL because I like the way it really does look like the rocks that tumble down.

  980. Vicki / August 16, 2013

    I love the Bellflower Coat! So wearable and cozy.

  981. Tania / August 16, 2013

    Swarm of Bees – adorable shape, wonderful texture, perfect for my work wardrobe.

  982. Mandy Bee / August 16, 2013

    I love the Jayashri pullover. I work in an office building in Florida that is kept at about 70 degrees inside, while it’s 90+ outside. I love that this sweater is short sleeved so I can wear it inside and out. And the neck cuff is so unique! Love it.

  983. Martha Kovich / August 16, 2013

    So many nice designs in one volume!

  984. Patti Neuman / August 16, 2013

    I love the long sleeve dress. That could be my first project, hmmm.

  985. Wendy Schweigert / August 16, 2013

    Cute stuff – makes me want to knit something warmish and get away from my summer knitting – socks

  986. Kathleen Seltenhofer / August 16, 2013

    I like the swarm of bees for all the texture .

  987. Susan Scollins / August 16, 2013

    Live the versatility of the Calistoga tunic! Thanks for the chance!