Jillian’s Book Obsession: A Fit to Flatter Giveaway

I’m a little obsessed with knitters making sweaters that fit and look good on them. I was so excited when I got Amy Herzog’s new book Fit to Flatter for review. After I finished reading it I knew I wanted to do a giveaway.

So here it is, the I-Love-This-Book-I-Know-You-Will-Too, Fit to Flatter Giveaway.

Our prize package includes a copy of the book donated by Melanie Falick Books:

Knit to Flatter, the book

Knit to Flatter, the book

and a yarn pack (in the winner’s choice of color) to knit the Dorica sweater, one of my favorites, donated by Berocco Yarns:

Dorcia Hoodie, photo by Karen Pearson

Dorica Hoodie, photo by Karen Pearson

To win this prize pack leave a comment on this post between now and midnight eastern time, Tuesday April 9, 2013. One comment will be chosen at random to answer a skill testing question. If the commenter answers correctly they will win the book and yarn pack. If you have already won a prize from us in the past year, please do give other knitters a chance.

There’s more Knit to Flatter news:

Amy just released a companion class at Craftsy:

A class in your living room

A class in your living room

And we have a link for a 50% off the the regular cost. So everyone wins!

Amy never stops thinking of great ideas and knitterly adventures. She’s working on something a little bit secret right now. The details are still being worked out, but it involves, knitting, perfect sweaters and Maine. Here’s a teaser photo:

Would you like to knit here?

Would you like to knit here?

As soon as all of the details are set Amy will announce it all on her blog!

 

 

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843 thoughts on “Jillian’s Book Obsession: A Fit to Flatter Giveaway

  1. Kristi gersbach

    I recently had the pleasure of meeting Amy Herzog. She was patient and gracious under rather difficult circumstances, and a delight to talk with. I would love to win a copy of her book.

  2. Knitsblue

    This sweater book would be a huge help! I’ve been very slow to knit something that would take so much yarn and effort, fearing the results would be unsatisfying. Thanks for offering it!

  3. Liz A.

    That book looks fantastic. Learning how to knit to my body has easily been one more the more challenging part of my knitting career.

  4. Renee'T

    Just completed a beautiful sweater and wuld love to learn how to tweek patterns to make them fit me exactly! I will teach all the knitters in our Knitting Club these techniques!

  5. Laney H.

    that would be cool to knit something like that! I haven’t knit a sweater/cardigan/hoodie before.

  6. PJ Rosenthal

    I’m signing up for the classes, but it would be fantastic to have this book. Thanks.

  7. Elizabeth B P

    I am always leary of knitting my self sweaters because I am afraid of all the time and energy and having it not fit.. This seems like the perfect book for me.

  8. vanessa

    I’ve got broad shoulders, no boobs, regular waist and long arms…needless to say, I need this book!

  9. Candice

    This looks like a really great book. I have been hesitating making sweaters because I’m not sure how to customize to fit my body. Thank you for the giveaway!

  10. susan

    This book excites me too! I really hope I win, it would be wonderful to easily make sweaters that fit. Thanks for the opportunity!

  11. Knittingdancer (Teresa)

    I would love to know what style would flatter me before I knit something. This book would be a great help.

  12. Sandy Cohen

    Love her blog, think the book looks fantastic. Glad I found your blog from your Rhinebeck course write ups.

  13. Sunnyknitter

    I’d love to have my sweaters fit well consistently. Mine tend to be a bit hit and miss…

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  15. Christine Thomasson

    I absolutely love the patterns in this book…I usually only like two or three patterns in a book, if I’m lucky. There are at least four that I love here. Dorica, Dancez, Cypress, Coin Cable. I wonder if they are right for my body type?! Hope I win the book and then I will know !

  16. Gail Korhonen

    I would love to receive this book. I have been looking at it as I would like to knit sweaters that are flattering to my body. Also the sweater is one of my favorites in the book.

  17. Jessica

    I love Amy’s patterns and the way she helps you think about what is the most flattering shape for your body.

  18. L.

    What a great-looking book! I’d love to get away from knitting mostly lounging sweaters and make something I feel is stylish.

  19. Anna

    I would love to learn how to make tops that fit! And a sweater’s-worth of yarn? Count me in on this one.

  20. Christine Newpower

    I’m afraid I’m just a knitting newbie, but I do crochet and sew apparel all the time. Would love to learn to knit something that doesn’t come out looking like a moth-eaten afghan! This looks like the book to point me in the right direction! Thanks for the giveaway!

  21. Juliane

    I love Amy’s concept – I’m taking her Craftsy class, and would like to have the book as well. If I don’t win, I’ll buy her book as soon as I can afford it.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  22. Lucy

    I signed up for Amy Herzog’s Craftsy class when she announced it on her blog. After knitting one too many unflattering pullover’s, I’m excited at the prospect of finally knitting something with proper fit.

  23. Jennifer

    Would love,love, love to have this book. If you do pick my comment please make the skill question easy, as I’ve only been knitting for about 11 months.

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