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03/12/2017

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Leslie

I like them all, if course, but was especially drawn to Vintage. And Winter Fox. And Hot Chocolate....thanks for the giveaway!

Eileen

Love the Cosmos colorway! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Lynn

I had at least 3 favorites, but I am going with Truffle. Thank-you for the giveaway!

Carly

I love the Brooklyn Seconds! What an inspiring story! Thank you for sharing!

Lisa

Thank you for the interview, it was fascinating reading about Kirsten's journey and seeing the beautiful hand dyed skeins of yarn. I love the Cosmos - Minuet Sock yarn skein it is beautiful!

Jen

Thanks so much for this dyer feature! The anxiety and depression issues really resonate with me, I find the same relief with knitting. I think the yarn is beautiful too! I would probably pick Pebble Beach now....but it's so hard to pick!

Linda

I love Brooklyn Seconds and Hot Chocolate. Oh, and the Dragon Red, too! So many pretty ones! Thank you for this chance to win!

Maryse

Beautiful colors! It is always good to hear that someone is enjoying their work and in this case, definitely making happy customers! Dream job :) My daughter picked Mother of Dragons - Aria and I agree! My daughter who is 3 to enjoys the few garments I made for her :) I will look at the KAL. I want to knit from my small stash this year! Have a good week!

sylvvie

My favorite is Vintage, Minuet Sock. Great sop and great giveaway! Thank you!!

Zara Pylvainen

Choosing one is so difficult! But I have to say, the "You're My Home" just sings to me...

Linda

I love "you're my home" - the most. But really like all the others also... I would like to see a Robin's Egg blue with some brown in it. I would also like shades of pinks in one skein - from light to dark...
Thank you so much for offering us a chance for a skein! And congrats on living your dream!

Linda in VA

Megan

I love these profiles! My favorite colorway is Nebulous, but they are all stunning!

Maggie Corrigan

I like Montauk the best!

Sue Gilbert

These colours are all just stunning- Wallflower seems to draw my eye the most. Thanks for the link to the show- it's going to brighten my day!

Jasmyn

I really love the "mother of dragons" colour way, I would definitely make a pair of socks for my socks-a-month challenge out of that!

Denine

My favorite colorway is Mother of Dragons!

Shirley Flavell

Lovely story and very best wishes for Kirsten. I loved all your colours, it was pretty difficult to choose but decided for me it had to be Mother of Dragons minuet sock and Winter Fox, they are glorious. Thank you for all of this Andi. I so enjoy reading your blog.

Tammy

The Brooklyn color is awesome (and it's also where I came from!). Thanks for the chance to win.

jane

Thanks for introducing Kristen. My choice would be a toss up but Winter Fox stands out as it is blue.

Tracey

For me it has to be truffle.

Chelsea

I love the Nebulous colorway!! It is gorgeous.

Dee

Beautiful colors --- I think my favorite is the sock weight yarn in the color Pebble Beach!

Mother of Dragons on the worsted weight is great too! So rich!

Corina

Totally Mother of Dragons! Gorgeous!

Elly

how exciting-- I love the dragon colorway!

Vicky

Has to be Montauk - love the brightness yet not in your face of the turquoise!

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