12 Days of Christmas Giveaway: Day Two Enter To Win

Today is the second day in our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway. You can enter each day to win the prize of the day! Contest rules and how to enter are below.

12 Days of Christmas Giveaway

On the second day of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway, my true love gave to me Lightning Fast Ruffle Scarf from AllFreeKnitting.

Lightning Fast Ruffle Scarf

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Yarn Prize Pack

Today’s prize is a Yarn Prize Pack from Red Heart Yarns. In order to win today’s present, all you need to do is:

* Like the AllFreeKnitting Facebook page here, AND

* Like the Red Heart Yarns Facebook page here, AND

*Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

What is your favorite pattern to knit?


  • 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 Red Heart Yarns Facebook pages to be eligible. Only liking one of the Facebook pages will make your entry invalid.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, Tuesday, November 27th at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on the project above. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.


Sleigh Of Prizes

Enter to win all 12 Presents from the 12 Days of Christmas by entering a comment on today’s project, Lightning Fast Ruffled Scarf on the AllFreeKnitting site. You can enter a comment each day of the contest on each of the 12 projects for 12 chances to win!


  • To be entered to win the “sleigh of prizes”, one of each of the 12 days prizes, you must comment on today’s project of the day, Lightning Fast Ruffled Scarf.
  • You have until Sunday, December 9, 2012 at 11:59 CST to comment on our projects on the site.
  • One comment per person per project on the site, posted each of the 12 days.
  • Comments on this blog post do not count towards the grand prize.
  • Grand prize winner of all 12 prizes will be announced on December 10, 2012.

Good Luck!


  1. PJ Serge says

    I love to knit the new Rotini scarf. It’s new and I love too make quick fast scarfs at the holiday season. The new yarns you are making are great.

  2. Diana Hicks says

    I just taught myself to knit two weeks ago but my favorite thing so far was my Christmas fingerless gloves. They are SO SO SO cute and have a basket weave pattern which I adore.

  3. JoDee says

    I love knitting but cannot seem to get it down. I love the scarves that a friend of mine has done as well as some necklaces that she has done! My absolute favorite thing to do is to crochet! I do some scarves with the fancier yarn etc. I am an all around crater! It is so much FUN!

  4. Tammy says

    Right now my favorite thing to knit is baby blankets. I’ve always wanted to learn how to knit socks, that will be my next project after everyone I know quit having babies for awhile.

  5. Lou says

    My favorite pattern to knit is one that I know will be used! I love to gift my knitting. Who knows, that scarf may be a gift this Christmas!

  6. Erin Kaven says

    I don’t have a favorite as I am just learning how to knit. Would love some yarn to help with that.

  7. KARLETTA says

    My favorite pattern is the one that is the one made for me with love. When I received a knitted article, I know it was done with love, which makes it my favorite pattern. HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL.PEACE ON EARTH AND GOOD WILL TO ALL
    Karletta Herrera

  8. Sandi says

    I am learning to knit. My wonderful husband bought me dvd’s. Now I just have to sit down and do it!

  9. Marcia says

    Easy pattern. Good video although I did not understand how to end it. Video very vague at that point.

  10. says

    I’m a sock addict, but right now I’m knitting what might very well become my most favourite pattern ever, the Saroyan scarf by Liz Abinante over on Feministy.com. I found it on Ravelry and it’s so lovely to knit and works up fast.

  11. Sherry Baird says

    As far as knitting, it is something I have always wanted to learn with your great video, I believe I can do just that.

  12. pat hamer says

    Not a knitter…but my favorite pattern is a scarf pattern on found on a blog..super easy, works with different yarns, looks great.

  13. Roberta West says

    I love to knit afghans but have just gotten into knitting socks. Love yarn and I have needles in every size and style.

  14. Rhonda Lively says

    One can never have too much yarn!!!!!! I’ve finally convived my husband this was true. May the nice warm knitted slippers had something to do with it.

  15. Cassandra says

    I love to knit shell patterns. I use to for baby blankets and scarfs, these make great christmas presents. I like the challenge this pattern presents, cables are fun too.

  16. Omarsha says

    My favorite pattern to knit lately was the entrelac scarf pattern. Had a good time knittin’ it. But for those who like a little challenge, go on and try Entrelac.

  17. Patricia Armstead says

    Don’t knit but very busy crocheting winter hats for all my grandchildren, children and their spouses for Christmas. Each year for the family gift exchange I put some yarn and note in a box. The note says that I will make an afghan for the person who gets this box. It’s been a huge success.

  18. Dawn Hollingsworth says

    I know I am late in commenting but, I didn’t know about the contest sooner 🙁
    I can not knit, no matter how hard my mom tried to teach me. But, I love to crochet 🙂

  19. Mindy says

    I only know how to finger knit (where you knit on your fingers) so I only mkae scarfs right now.

  20. Rachelle L says

    I love knitting cables! I have 2 sweaters on the go for myself that have lots of cables and it seems like every sweater pattern I fall in love with has cables too!

  21. Angela Hardwick says

    I like to knit kitchen sets from cotton for my friends. They all LOVE it when they get a set of dishrags or potholders from me.

  22. Janet Hester says

    I don’t do very good at knitting but years ago I knitted some sock /booties for my grandmother and my sister. They kept their feet nice and toasty. I would try to make them again. I’ve also make pot holders, dishcloths and scarves.

  23. Cheryl Raffel says

    We just we blessed with our second granddaughter so I have been busy making cute things for her…booties…blankets…cocoons…hats

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