Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Giveaway - Knit Your Own Dog (Giveaway Closed)

Well, I have done it again!  I found a book so cute that I ordered it twice so I am left with an extra copy.  Happily, my loss is your gain since I am going to give it away here on the blog.  This is really an adorable book, written by Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne and it features easy-to-follow knitting patterns for 25 different breeds of dogs.
To enter the giveaway, leave a comment here on this post telling me either something about your dog or your favourite breed of dog.
If you are a follower of my blog, you get an extra entry.  Just leave me a separate post telling me that please. 
Also, please make sure that you leave me a way to contact you if you are set to "no reply".  If I don't have a way to email you I'll draw another name. 
You have until October 11th to enter - good luck!


19 comments:

Lesley said...

What a brulliant book. I an a follower. Blessings

Lesley said...

Oh dear, first comments never win, do they? I don't have a dog at the moment but I'm dying to get a corgi. I've fallen in love with them in Blogland. Blessings

Jane said...

I would love to have this book. My dog's name is Jake; he is a golden retriever, and I think he is trying to leave enough fiber on the floor for me to knit another one of him. He is a real sweetie, though.
Jane

LindaSchiffer said...

My little dog passed away in July last year - he was half Pomeranian, half Poodle and all attitude. :) I'd love to knit a 'Foxy' for my daughter (whose pup he started out to be:) and myself.

I've been a subscriber to your blog for ages.

:) Linda

Mimi said...

I have leafed through this book before - it is sooooo sweet! We have a Sheltie and he is the best dog ever... forever under my feet following me around and so full of expression when he hears key words like... Walk, Supper, Something especially when connected with "Want...." hehehe

MosaicMagpie said...

I am a follower!
Deb

MosaicMagpie said...

I have 3 dogs a doberman Sophie and 2 mixed breeds Rufus and Judy. If I were to knit the mixed breeds I would have to take an ear from one and head from another! I love it, in the morning after they have been outside they all come in and pile up in my chair with me. Yes even the 80 lb. doberman. She thinks she is a lap dog too!
Deb

Susan said...

You know I am a follower and have been for a loooooong time. Love your work

Susan said...

My Dog, Your Dog, is a cockerpoo or cockapoo (depends on who you talk to) and he is a mess. He is best noted for entertaining the grandkids when they are here. Bless him for that!

Rie said...

What a gorgeous name for a book!! Anyway, we are going to get our first dog in the new year as bubba will be 12mths old by then & whatever dog we get.. we are going to call it "Enkey" as that was bubba's first (understandable) word & he smiles whenever we say it to him!!

AlessandraLace said...

I love English setter and I have 4 dogs. hugs

AlessandraLace said...

I am your follower

cybergram said...

Hi Kerry . . . is there a Yorkshire Terrier in the book? I'd love to knit my Granger -- he's such a wonderful dog.

Your blog is very interesting -- good work!!
Cheers,
Catharine

Stephanie and Carlos said...

I never even knew you could knit a dog. That's incredible. I am a cat person but my husband just loves his boarder collie... Xo Steph

sydthewyd said...

Our family dog (and my mom's 4th child) is a border collie.. She definitely has some weird quirks!

gill said...

We have two dogs - Medlar who is an elderly golden retriever and Spindle who's a black labrador

Janet said...

I have seen this book before and I think it is fabulous. My dog was a stray who we took in. He was pretty rough and tough, having lived on the streets for a couple of years. Now my hubby tells him that he is becoming a cat - because he loves his comforts and sleeps for hours by the woodstove or on the couch.

Rose (Sisterrobinson on Rav) said...

I haven't met a dog I don't love. What a spectacular book. I would love to knit a German Shepherd Dog. My Emma (our second dog who is waiting for me at the Rainbow Bridge) was a GSD.

Rita in Kansas said...

I would knitt my princess,she is been gone for 8years and we miss her still every day .