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Published on December 22nd, 2013 | by Helen

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Free books!

Here at LKHQ, we get a lot of inspiration from the Twenty To Make range from Search Press. There are so many different themes, each with twenty great and quick projects for every occasion! As one of our Christmas treats, we have a selection of books to give away. If you would like to receive some inspiration in the post, just comment below before midnight on December 25th Β and THREE lucky winners picked randomly will receive FOUR books each.

boots

The books range from Knitted Egg Cosies to Knitted Beanies to Knitted Boot Cuffs to Knitted Flowers and Knitted Cake and Baby Bootees….

beanie

Good luck!


About the Author

A newbie knitter slowly becoming more and more obsessed. Helen loves autumn, good food and can't decide between cats and dogs. She is also inordinately fond of her potato peeler.


Last updated: December 18th, 2013.

120 Responses to Free books!

  1. Ann-Marie Holmes says:

    Oh! I soooooo want to make that tam! πŸ™‚ x

  2. Larissa Lewis says:

    Oh would love some new baby booties patterns, to many friends due to pop early next year. Merry Christmas

  3. Dawn says:

    Those books look great!

  4. Ann Marie says:

    These books look fab will keep any knitter busy and they look like they’re full of perfect knits to gift will have plenty of hours of fun making and gifting would be great adapting them too. What a lovely prize to win. Good luck fello knitters/crocheters. Thanks for giving the chance to win some must have books. 3 more sleeps

  5. Cecelia M Aguallo says:

    Wow! You are making my knitting needles itchy to start something new for the rest of the holydays!! Love more patterns to choose from!!!

  6. Diane kelly says:

    These books are just up my street. Cant wait to get my teeth in a new project.

  7. Ooooh!! Can never have too many books! and they look awesome too! What a lovely idea, Love Knitting πŸ™‚

  8. Hannah Lowry says:

    New ideas for a new knitter would be fantastic

  9. Lynn Gibbins says:

    A great set of books with some lovely projects.R

  10. Megan says:

    Lets see how many of these I can make ……….

  11. Kathleen Wilkes says:

    Thank you for offering such generous prizes.

  12. Sonja Sillay says:

    Fantastic books and I would love to have them in my knitting corner.
    Thank you so much for the advent calendar it is so exciting to open every morning.

  13. Little Orchid says:

    These are great, (I have the one for scarves already so the beanie one would be a superb addition). Will be great for using up oddments and odd balls of wool. Merry Christmas.

  14. Freda Taylor says:

    I would love to have the books as a resource for our church “Craft and Chat” group. We run craft stalls to raise funds for charity, so little knits are just what we like.

  15. Margaret says:

    This series is brilliant!

  16. Sam says:

    Wow you are so incredibly generous !! Not only amazing online store but amazing blog and tons of prizes too. Wow I don’t think there is any other knitting store out there who spoil their customers like this. I recently learned knitting and obsessed with finding the perfect not to mention interesting boot cuff pattern. I challenge these books to inspire me. πŸ˜‰
    Merry Christmas to your lovely team!

  17. Jackie says:

    Thank you for this generous offer, this range of books is such a clever idea.

  18. Kate Nellar says:

    Looks good!

  19. Jane says:

    That would be a great prize for using up oddments. I’d love to win and share with the ladies in my knitting group to give us some more ideas for thing to knit for charity. Fingers crossed – though that does make knitting a little tricky ;0)

  20. Maureen says:

    Great idea!

  21. Rachel Higgind says:

    Oooooh super! This could push me to knit things other than just hats!

  22. Melanie says:

    Wow, such fantastic stuff! Love it!

  23. Magda Fogg says:

    As a knitter for charity I am always looking for ideas. Luckily most of my yarn is donated so I spend my time hunting for patterns rather than yarn. Just coming to the end of the Santa/snowman season and looking for something different for next year.

  24. O. Bondarenko says:

    wow, it`s great!

  25. Claire Clark says:

    Knitted flowers sound fantastic – I made a poppy for remembrance day but would love to do some others…

  26. heather drawwater says:

    knitted cakes, no calories, best kind of cake i think, they look so good.

  27. Julie Mitchell says:

    Lovely ideas πŸ™‚

  28. Margaret Leitch says:

    As a lifelong knitter, am always looking for new ideas, and there are so many here to try. What a generous idea to give away so many books

  29. Kim Phillips says:

    These look the sort of patterns that would really help me work through my stash!

  30. Bethan says:

    They look like fun books!

  31. Karen Whittaker says:

    Great patterns for using up all those odds and ends!

  32. Ruth Simpson says:

    These would be great I am a novice knitter and I am always looking for plenty of things to practice.

  33. Eileen Jones says:

    My Oh My inspiration from four books what Christmas Delights could be had

  34. Jan Redman says:

    These books are amazing and cover all the crafts I love

  35. Tracy Cokill says:

    Have a few of these books for card making. Would love the knitting ones

  36. Linda Rumsey says:

    These will be a great addition to my craft library!

  37. Roberta says:

    would love to have these for reference

  38. Amy says:

    It wood be lovely to receive these books, would make great gifts too!

  39. Nicky Sutton says:

    I think these books would make great stash busters (well I hope so) as I am rapidly running out of hiding places so need some quick knit/crochet makes to make some space for the January Sales yarn πŸ™‚

  40. Caroline Rex says:

    would be great for a quick project and little gifts πŸ™‚

  41. Maggie says:

    Love those boot cuffs and baby boot ties are always an acceptable pressie – if someone has a new baby that is!

  42. tracy condon says:

    Interesting and different

  43. david gough says:

    inspirational

  44. Hilary says:

    Wow these would be useful – here’s hoping……!

  45. Denise Bowers says:

    They look good!

  46. pauline says:

    Books are much better to use and keep for years so its always there and on hand for ideas and
    that spare wool.

  47. Tina Mann says:

    I prefer knitting pattern books. Would love to add these to my small collection.

  48. Trudie Targett says:

    Would love to receive any of these great pattern books

  49. Susan says:

    I would love to receive them.

  50. MARIA WILLIAMS says:

    These books are great, would be pleased to receive any one of them.

  51. Mrs Mary Volkering says:

    I could do with some ideas to decrease my stash!

  52. Linda Hedley says:

    Been looking for new ideas as my grandchildren are growing fast and my patterns are old from my own children and before that too.
    Linda

  53. Helen Cooper says:

    I love browsing through books looking for my next project. These would be lovely πŸ™‚

  54. WiccanCharm says:

    Fingers crossed I’m the lucky one ! πŸ™‚

  55. Corinne Ireland says:

    My daughter re-introduced me to knitting and always has a project on the go. I am trying to compete in the nicest possible way so would love to have these books to give me new ideas.

  56. Wendy Durell says:

    I just love books of any sort. Hope I get picked.

  57. Christine says:

    I like those knitted boot cuffs! A great present idea at this time of year.

  58. joelle says:

    INSPIRE ME, PLEASE!!!!

  59. Nadine Rice says:

    What a great gift, thanks for the opportunity to win these!

  60. Angie Brice-Stevens says:

    So full of great ideas, would love to win won as I cannot justify spending the money on myself:(

  61. Petra Beck says:

    Fabulous. I like small knitting projects that don’t take too much time to finish and these books seem to be full of ideas!

  62. Val says:

    It’s really useful to have patterns that use up odds and ends of yarn.

  63. Tanya C says:

    Have not used these knitting books, but have used others in the series. They are day to follow, and are laid out well with a picture to accompany each design.

  64. Madz says:

    I love these books! The Christmas one is fab, great for using leftover bits of wool!

  65. Ellen Gaynor says:

    I’m always looking for patterns to reduce my massive yarn collection!

  66. Deborah says:

    Sounds like great fun, always open to new ideas!

  67. Rachel Ganney says:

    Knitted cakes would be a great present for my baking mad niece

  68. Joy says:

    lovely patterns! would love to win this prize, keep me occupied for ages πŸ™‚

  69. Evelyn Stace says:

    Great – I love looking and finding out about new ideas for knitting! x

  70. Ruth Taylor says:

    Yes please

  71. linda Evans says:

    please may I win this time

  72. Josephine Phelps says:

    Fingers crossed and good luck to everyone

  73. Rebecca Gransden says:

    Wow. What a brilliant giveaway. I would love to win.

  74. Kirsten Wills says:

    These look like great fun!

  75. Yvonne Bryant says:

    love projects that extend my ability

  76. Su Winter says:

    Would love to win these! Please enter my name into the draw. Thanks and Merry Christmas.

  77. Jo Haywood says:

    Great books, would love to win!

  78. Theresa Hickey says:

    would love to win

  79. Susan says:

    These books look great I could do with some new inspiration.

  80. DEBBY says:

    ive been looking at these books in the shops but never got round to buying any
    what a lovely christmas present they would be to receive
    my fingers are crossed

  81. Sally Burley says:

    Love this series!

  82. Amanda says:

    I’d love to win; they look great! Merry Christmas

  83. Elaine says:

    New to this site, would love to win. I love the Jacket with collar or hood made in Peter Pan DK that I just downloaded for my grandchildren.

  84. cath isherwood says:

    When I was young hardly anyone knitted but grannies. Its great that so many young people have taken up knitting and have such great fresh ideas

  85. Barbara foster says:

    always looking for great ideas these books look more than great xx

  86. Jane says:

    I love sitting in bed on a cold and frosty morning with a hot drink reading so these would be brilliant.

  87. Margaret Davey says:

    always needing more ideas, these would be very helpful

  88. Katie Woodrow says:

    Thank you for the great ideas! Merry Christmas

  89. Shiloh Rose says:

    I have never met a knitting book
    That did not deserve a 2nd look.
    If I win each knitting tome
    And they arrive at my home
    I will gladly drop my crochet hook!

    (Fortunately, my knitting skills are better than my poetry) πŸ˜€

  90. Susan Bushnell says:

    These would be lovely, esp the knitted food one πŸ˜€

  91. Naomi Konke says:

    Always look forward to new ideas and patterns. They look very interesting.

  92. hanna stewart says:

    the idea of having some knitting books instead of loose papers would be glorious. i have a dedicated corner in our house that is full of wools, beads and fabrics, to the dismay of the rest of the family. so solid books would be a great addition. doing all this needlework helped me to stop smoking 3 years ago, and i am not willing to stop my crafts even though the arthritis is starting to bug me. so carry on with the patterns and ideas. :-)))

  93. Dinah says:

    I love these little books!

  94. Carol Paley says:

    I think the books are great. My daughter likes them too (she’s only six) and I use the ideas with my brownies. When I go back to work it would be lovely to have some great craft to have with the children I would work with. I love the knitted bears with Holly Christmas Bear.

    Thanks

    Carol

  95. Debbie H says:

    I would adore some new books! Happy Holidays!

  96. Fen Crosbie says:

    Boot tops!

  97. les white says:

    I would love to win these books. as a newby to knitting my knitting pattern book is a little thin.
    plus there might be somthing for the grandchildren

  98. Pearl Squire says:

    Theses books are so little and cute, and fit so well in knitting bags : )

  99. Louise says:

    Ooooh….. Love the ‘twenty to make’ books!

  100. Michelle Smith says:

    Inspiration is always useful. Loving the knitted cakes, and all calorie free!

  101. Lesley says:

    These would be great and provide me with some new ides to use up all those oddments accumulated over 45 years of knitting.

  102. Kate Rowley says:

    Always looking for inspiration for me and my yarncraft group

  103. Alexandra King says:

    Such a lovely prize! Fingers crossed πŸ™‚

  104. jo donnelly says:

    love the variety

  105. Vicki says:

    Love this range – always handy to find a quick gift to make up! Merry Christmas!

  106. Margaret Whiteoak says:

    Wonderful gift ideas, such fun

  107. Nettie Hill says:

    Still a novice to knitting, but love to try new things.

  108. Cindy Sherwood says:

    Love the new funky designs!

  109. Fiona Brownlee says:

    Full of great ideas!

  110. Karen Stewart says:

    Knitted Cakes! YUM!

  111. Lesley Twidale says:

    Lovely ideas for the new year

  112. Rachel Sherwood says:

    Lovely books, lots of quick fun projects to make!

  113. barbara says:

    Christmas will go on and on with all these lovely gift ideas

  114. carolyn palmer-ritchie says:

    such lovely patterns for gifts

  115. Patricia Paulson says:

    Always willing to try new things and these books look to hit the mark!

  116. Patricia Paulson says:

    oops, misread the date

  117. LakeladyP says:

    These books look so good, I would love to win them.

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