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This month we’re celebrating 15 New DIY Crafts from some fantastic companies. Each day we will be featuring one of these projects along with a giveaway to help you craft your heart out.

Enchanted Knit Top

Enchanted Top The Giveaway to DIY For + Enchanted Knit TopGet ready for a magical evening with the Enchanted Top Pattern. This effortlessly elegant knitting pattern will have you looking fabulous wherever you go. The yarn is really what gives this top an extra special element. Sequins spun into the yarn will give you a sparkle that wont fade. Since the yarn does a lot of the work, the top is really fairly simple to knit up. With a little patience, youll be ready for a night on the town.

If you’re not a morning person, getting dressed can be a real chore. Plan ahead and get a few extra minutes of sleep with help from this homemade Days of the Week Organizer. Homemade closet organizers can really change your routine and turn your day around. With just a few easy-to-find craft supplies, you can create your own version of this colorful and practical project. Kids can make one of their own and add their own personal details to make their organizer extra special.
Read more at http://www.favecrafts.com/Storage-and-Organization/Days-of-the-Week-Wardrobe-Organizer-Krylon-CHA-Sponsor-eBook#VyrsFePcPvyhtBje.99
If you’re not a morning person, getting dressed can be a real chore. Plan ahead and get a few extra minutes of sleep with help from this homemade Days of the Week Organizer. Homemade closet organizers can really change your routine and turn your day around. With just a few easy-to-find craft supplies, you can create your own version of this colorful and practical project. Kids can make one of their own and add their own personal details to make their organizer extra special.
Read more at http://www.favecrafts.com/Storage-and-Organization/Days-of-the-Week-Wardrobe-Organizer-Krylon-CHA-Sponsor-eBook#VyrsFePcPvyhtBje.99
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You can find this project, as well as many other DIY crafts, in our new Crochet Patterns, Painting Ideas, and More: 15 New DIY Crafts free eBook. Download your own free copy today!


 



Enter to win today’s prize

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Today’s prize is a variety of Coats & Clark products. Included in the prize is:

  • Coats and Clark Anniversary Tin
  • 200th Anniversary Dual Duty XP General Purpose Thread Collection
  • Fashion Closed Bottom Zipper
  • Susan Bates Plastic Crochet Hook – Size I9
  • Susan Bates Knitting Needles – Size 8
  • Phoomph for Fabric
  • Free Spirit Essentials Fat Quarter
  • Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread Baker’s Cotton – Purple
  • Red Heart Gumdrop Yarn – Grape
  • Tote Bag

 

In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

  1. Like the AllFreeKnitting Facebook page here, AND
  2. Like the Make it Coats Facebook page here, AND
  3. Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

What do you like to knit the most?

 

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Thank you all for participating in yesterday’s giveaway! Congratulations to Deb R. who answered “Anything for babies or toddlers. I think if I could choose just one item it would be sweaters. I love the thought of them being cuddly warm inside something soft and knitted.”

To see the current giveaway, please check our giveaway schedule.

Don’t forget to enter The Giveaway to “DIY” For! Filled with more than $700.00 worth of amazing prizes from 15 companies, this is the ultimate way to get crafting this month! The deadline to enter is May 23, 2014 at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern time.

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OFFICIAL RULES FOR DAILY CONTEST

  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” both the AllFreeKnitting and the Make it Coats Facebook pages to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, May 22nd, 2014 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

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Comments

  1. What I like to knit the most are projects that are portable but challenging. Currently I am knitting a tote that is simple in construction but has an interesting pattern that requires my learning something new as well as trouble-shooting. Specifically, because of a typo that was not recognized by the printers of the pattern, research was required by me to figure out how to complete the project as close to the original as possible. As fortune would have it, I came upon a comment in Pinterest addressing the very same problem and the writer’s solution benefited my endeavors. The knitted tote project is well over half done because of a knitting stranger/friend’s input. Thank you!

  2. Jeannie Garcia says:

    I am just learning to knit so I enjoy simple projects.

  3. Gwen Barton says:

    I like to knit hats and scarves because they’re quick.

  4. Knitting is the activity I use for decompressing after work. For me, creating beautiful afghans is pure pleasure.

  5. Rebecca says:

    I love knitting tops for me and sweaters/blankets for my dog :)

  6. Molly Marshall says:

    I love to knit newborn caps for hospitals. I donate them to the maturnity ward

  7. Deborah says:

    I love knitting baby things. There are such sweet and precious patterns to choose from!

  8. julie brand says:

    i love to knit scarves, shawls and kitchen accessories!

  9. I like to knit sweaters. Really like icelandic type work :)

  10. Charlene says:

    I have been knitting for awhile and love knitting easy stuff, but have recently decided to knit a vest. Wish me luck!

  11. Still learning, but I love to knit or crochet hats, scarfs, and shawls.

  12. Linda Taylor says:

    I love working on yarn projects right now I’m working on a afghan.

  13. Anne Krill says:

    I love knitting gifts. I make Infinity scarves, slouch hats, fingerless mitts, soap holders, pot holders, dish cloths, baby wash cloths,baby sweaters and socks.

  14. Karen Rumbaugh says:

    I’m knew to knitting but love learning all the new techniques, I have crocheted for years but never could quite catch on to knitting till I had a friend teach me, now I’m hooked and enjoy both.

  15. Jennifer Hall says:

    I love the finished project and giving them as gifts.

  16. Carina Roses says:

    I have endless projects from knitting or crochet for my grand kids’ hats to blankets. I actually just learned how to make a crochet chevron baby blanket pattern!!!

  17. cathy lacy-price says:

    making hats for cancer patients

  18. Mary Ann says:

    I like to knit things that have a bit of a challenge to it.

  19. Suzanne Deal-Fitzgerald says:

    I love knitting, period. I love the repetition, the movement, the feel of yarn going through my fingers, gathering in my hands, the soft shoof-shoof sound of the needles. For me, I love knitting the first sock of a pair.

  20. I don’t have a favorite thing I knit a lot of things it is interesting to make new stuff, find a new pattern and see how it will look when it is finished

  21. Stacy Tackett says:

    I knew at these kind of this but love working with craft stuff!!!!

  22. I love to knit, haven’t done alot of it lately but love small projects to make while I recuperate from illness. Recently I started searching the Internet for patterns and am amazed at the great number of sites on this topic; I am thankful to have such a variety of projects to pick from and look forward to searching your site for interesting projects.

  23. Leanne Silvia says:

    I’ve always been interested in crafting-probably inherited that from my mother, like most do. I just picked up crocheting about 5 months ago, when the weather was colder. Been looking to attempt knitting, discover the difference between the two-other than the obvious differences.Currently, my favorite thing to crochet is slippers, with the relief that my finished product is in sight.

  24. claudia says:

    Love to spend time with my best friend and coworker crocheting

  25. Jolene Taylor says:

    I love knitting baby blankets. There is nothing so cozy as wrapping a blanket made with love around a cuddly baby. With each stitch, I say a prayer for the mother and baby who will use the blanket.

  26. Gemma Madden says:

    Due to my ill health I can’t do much but I like to knit and crochet blankets and scarves

  27. Stephanie says:

    I havent become the greatest at knitting yet, I mostly stick to crochet. However my favorite thing to knit so far has been a pair of slippers.

  28. I like to knit scarves and shawls as they are easy for a beginner!! I am also learning minimum crochet as it seems that some knitting requires it.

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