Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick Giveaway!

Hi friends! Fall is going to be here before we know it, and I have chunky yarn on the brain.  In fact, today I’ve got somewhat of a rarity happening here on the blog….a giveaway full of chunky yarn! Lion Brand Yarn has kindly offered to give away 6 skeins of my fave yarn (Wool Ease Thick & Quick) to one of you.  Yay! In my blog post from last week, I shared some of the reasons that I love this yarn and if you follow me you know that I use it A LOT.  It’s affordable, washable, works up quickly and it comes in all of my favorite colors.  I also love the feel of it as the wool makes it warm and cozy, but the blend of acrylic lends to it’s soft texture.  Some projects that I’ve made with this include the Chunky Icelandic Blanket, Aspen Knit Bag, Taos Crocheted Pillow and tons more! What are your favorite items to make with super bulky yarns?

I adore the variety of neutral, classic shades available with Wool Ease Thick and Quick. And if you’re a bright color fan, you should love the color choices too! If you turn out to be the big winner, simply tell me the colors that you like and they will be sent on their way.

So scroll to the bottom of this post to enter for your chance to win! 🙂

Let’s do this!

There are a few ways to enter the giveaway and there are also options to gain more entries. You must choose at least one entry option, which does require an email entry.  By entering this contest, you consent that your email address will be added to my newsletter mailing list (full of all good things – lol)  for Mama In A Stitch.

To be eligible, you must be 18 years of age or older, with a valid, USA or Canada shipping address. Giveaway ends at 12 AM July 21st, 2017.


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The winner will be contacted by email and must reply with valid mailing address within 7 days or a new winner will be chosen. ( In other words, write me back if I email you! )

Thank you again to Lion Brand Yarn and I can’t wait to hear about the projects that you make with it this fall. 🙂

Good luck my friends and happy knitting and crocheting!



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  1. I luv the patterns and being self taught, I know I still have more to learn. But so far I’ve learned a lot from you!

    1. I would love to see some simple off the shoulder oversized sweaters for fall! In knit or crochet, or maybe even some slippers or a giant scarf, I love all your patterns! You’re awesome!

  2. I love love live this yean it is soo perfect for comfy lasting blankets and the pale blues and pink are my favorite!!! I love the white too!!!

  3. what an awesome giveaway! i would love to be chosen to win! that yarn just screams cozy over sized cardigan! thanks for the chance to win!

  4. I want to make some of those trendy baskets with crochet, do you already have a tutorial for this? If not that’s what I would like to see!

  5. I think I’d love to do some chunky patterns this winter. Scarves, hats, possibly a sweater

  6. I love your patterns! So easy to follow and so utterly cool. I made the Icelandic blanket and the children argue over who gets to snuggle under it. I’d really like to see even more home decor projects and clothing patterns. You’re amazing. Thank you.

  7. I love all the free patterns & yarn & wealth of information. My grandma crocheted & I taught myself. It is therapy for my hands & a stress relief for me. I enjoy crocheting special gifts for others. I design patterns for the person. Thank YoU!

  8. I’m really loving this yarn for knit cable headbands and will be trying it for a hat. I would like to see a pattern for a hooded cable knit scarf, if you don’t already have one.
    Thanks! Lisa

  9. I would like to see cardigan & jumper patterns and some tutorials on different stitches than the usual ones. 🙂

  10. I love Lion Brand’s Wool Ease! The possibilities are endless! Hats, scarves, and blanket sweaters are my favorite things to make with this super cozy chunky wool!

  11. Every time I’m in America I stock up! This is my absolute favourite yarn and I wish they sold it in Hong Kong! Thank you for this giveaway!

  12. Love bulky yarn to knit with because I love how squishy soft it us for hats and mittens

  13. Love all your creations. I am partial to you Southwest themed ones though. Love to see more blankets, pillows.. home decor stuff

  14. I made three of your patterns last year. My knitting made huge gains in abilities to try new patterns. Thank you!

  15. Lion brand is my favorite affordable yarn to use! So many options!

  16. I like a lot of your patterns. I would love to see more knit easy coverups like the Easy Blanket Sweater. I also like market totes and pillow covers. I’m a knitter and don’t really know how to crochet so I suppose a tutorial for basic crochet stitches would be helpful to me. Thanks for offering this giveaway.

  17. What a great giveaway! I’ve just subscribed to your blog & love the designs. Thanks!

  18. I was just eyeing this yarn at the store, and seeing a wonderful, cushy rug for beside the bed. Even in summer, that first touch of cuddly warmth would be great!

  19. I know you do knitting — but would love to see more crochet — I’m teaching myself tunisian, and more tutorials and patterns for that type would excite me a lot!

  20. I’m so excited for a chance to try the chunky Wool Ease Thick & Quick yarn! I have my fingers crossed. Now just to choose which of your patterns to try it on…

  21. This yarn will be perfect for a scarf or hat for this upcoming colder weather. Not that I’m looking forward to the cold weather! LOL

  22. I’m so happy you use Lion Brand yarns a lot. I rarely use any other brand. Your patterns are such an inspiration, too. And, because we use the same yarn, I know my project is much more likely to come out looking like the lovely photos on your blog.

  23. Another great blog! Thanks for this give away. This is one of my go to yarns for gifts and such

  24. I love receiving your patterns! I’m deciding on what pattern to use to knit my first sweater!

  25. I always look forward to your emails and all your new patterns!!! Thank you so much!!!

  26. I have always loved your patterns. This fall I plan to do a lot of sets involving fingerless gloves, cowls and boot cuffs. Thanks for the giveaway.

  27. I love making quick & easy scarfs..great gifts! I look forward to seeing what you come up with next 🙂 Your site is Great…Thank you for sharing!

  28. I love your patterns! I would love to make some quick and easy gifts for the upcoming holidays. Thank you!

  29. Awesome chance to win this yarn, thank you! This is my all time favorite go to yarn!

  30. Fall is my favorite time of the year. So I’m ready for some new fall patterns

  31. Thank you for posting these gorgeous patterns! I have made several things and i love them all! You are awesome!

  32. I’m working on shawls right now. I have the material to start on some of those washcloth patterns you have! As fall moves in I move to blankets and heavier shawls, and hats

  33. I love your blanket shawls, I made one and all the girls at work want one now. I think this fall I would like to try a sweater.

  34. Such a great contest! I would love to win this yarn. It’s my favorite, too!

  35. I love your designs and I also love Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick. I have made big scarfs and hats out of the yarn. Would love to win some to start Winter knitting!! Thank you for this opportunity!

  36. I would love to see a sweater, cape Ke poncho in Christmas colors that doesn’t look corny. Thank you!

  37. I love making baby blankets but I also have recently discovered the joy of making sweaters -which is why I love your blog!

  38. Looking forward to new fall crocheting. These yarns are beautiful! Love your work!

  39. Thanks so much for the chance to win! I love your blog as well as your patterns! If I were lucky enough to win, I think it would be kind of nice (being a little selfish here) to actually make myself something for a change!
    Again, thanks so much for the chance to win!

  40. I always love to see more baby blankets, dishcloths and shawls, as that’s what I knit & crochet most often!

  41. I love reading your newsletters! Your patterns and ideas are simply awesome. I look forward to reading many more of them in the future!

  42. I would love to see some more lacy patterns! Hairpin, broomstick or just some fun combination of stitches to create lace. And I am a sucker for cowls, tops, and dusters/vests lately.

  43. I’d love to see more patterns for blankets, throws, wraps and scarves as those are my favorites. And maybe a simple cable pattern for beginners new to cabling, like myself. Beautiful website and awesome patterns, love your designs!

  44. great giveaway!! I was loving your newest pillow pattern made with this yarn and had planned to make it for a fall project for my new house!

  45. In the fall I begin to think of holiday gift-giving and appreciate suggestions and pattern for small, but special vests, scarves, mittens, and hats. Not holiday themed but different and intriguing to light up someone’s eyes.

  46. Love all of your patterns and would love to see tutorials on your scarves and hats! Love to crochet them for the fall and winter.

  47. Thanks for all the fun, free patterns! I have so many saved to work on, just need more yarn and time.

  48. I love following your Instagram page. I also love the lion brand wool ease thick & quick yarn! It makes the perfect beanies!

  49. Jessica, I would love to see some of the summer tops you’ve done, but in a bulkier yarn. Like the poncho! And some knit scarves, too.

  50. Love your site and have followed it almost from the start. I’d like to see a poncho pattern for fall. Not sure if you’ve done that.

  51. I knit, but love the look of crochet-I would like a new knit pattern that looks like lacy crochet-TY

  52. My favorite yarn to work with! Love the affordability and quality for the price point! I have been following you on your Instagram for awhile, but first time to your blog and love it!

  53. Your patterns are gorgeous and I have learned so much from you being a self taught knit/crocheter. I would love to see more sweater or top patterns – nice cozy ones. 🙂

  54. I love this yarn! Even when I was starting out it was easy to crochet with. Now I love it for its stitch definition, versatility and softness. I would just love to find a simple crochet sweater pattern this fall that’s easy to size down or up. So cozy

  55. Oh my goodness, so many handmade gifts did not get finished last year! I did have carpel tunnel surgery. Calling in friends to help finish this year! Grandson coming end of October, yay!

    I love your sweater patterns, home decorating pillows and blankets, so looking forward to getting it all done.

    Thanks to Lion Brand chance to win this yarn, I love the earth-tones in this yarn!

  56. Thanks for the opportunity to win some yarn! (Like I need more yarn LOL)!!! Just started the jeans boxy sweater in Classic – can’t wait to get it done!

  57. Love your patterns!!!! Would like to see patterns to oversized shawls or big comfy socks.

  58. I’d love to see more quick and easy blanket tutorials. I love your talent!! Thank you for sharing your gift with us!!

  59. I need this in my life. I love getting your emails, they’re like little sunshine moments of my day! Thanks for th give away!

  60. I love to crochet and knit. I try different stitches for different looks. I also created a wordpress to show off my crochet items . I love to make hair bows for my daughters . I also make ear warmers , infinity scarves , cowls, hats , fingerless gloves. I also created many pieces to donate to those in need. It warms my heart to be able to give to other who may or may not need. Thanks for reading .

  61. Thanks to you and Lionbrand for the chance to win the Thick and Quick yarn. I have not yet worked with this yarn, but would love to make your Aspen bag for myself. Good Luck to everyone entering the contest.

    Thank you for the great patterns!! I am getting ready to start the Little Black Top for my daughters’ cruise. Making it for her as a swim cover up!!! Trying to find a nice bright colored yarn with maybe a little metallic in it!!

  62. I love this yarn for it’s quickness! I’d like to see a cool hat tutorial with this yarn. 🙂

  63. I am super excited about this yarn! I have decided to make slippers and slipper boots for family Christmas presents and wool ease thick and quick is perfect!

  64. I still consider myself a newbie with knitting! My main projects have been blankets and baby booties. I’m looking forward to making a blanket for my niece to carry when she takes her 12 yo son to hockey! As for colors depends on what I’m making and who it’s for lol . I LOVE your blog thanks for sharing patterns! Crossing my fingers for the giveaway! ;0)

  65. I love your using a new stitch examples. I would like instructions on sizing patterns up or down. Love your blog!

  66. I’ve been following you on Instagram for awhile now and I’m excited to start receiving your newsletter with patterns and tips!! I’d love to see pretty much any pattern that reminds me of cool, crisp fall weather. ❤

  67. I love the mama in a stitch website. I have made the jacket shaped like the hexagon and one that is knitted in a rectangle and sewn at the end for the arms. I saw someone mention a poncho, I think that one would be fun to try also.
    The Lion Brand yarn wool-ease is great to work with and you are right it makes the projects go really fast and it comes in fun colors. I especially like the blues.
    Thanks for doing the contest, I am blessed, not lucky, but who knows someone has to win, right!

  68. Future patterns using thick and quick…I’d love to see small items such as a few hats or scarves, things to make as gifts.

  69. I make a lot f hats and scarves in the fall – getting ready for Christmas! And blankets, too!

  70. Love how all your patterns are on trend with what is popular in fashion and that you use lion brand. It’s very readily found in the chunky varieties (around me anyway lol). I also like how often you do wearable lives that are easy for all!

  71. I’d love to see a pattern for a floor pouff. They’ve been on my “to-try” list for a while and Wool Ease would be a great yarn to use I think

  72. Lovely yarn and sooo many beautiful things you can made with it. I love having a project ahead to the next season.

  73. Hi! Love your patterns and blog. I would love to have some quick and easy big cozy reading socks, or big cozy sweater two necessary things when we wake on those fall / winter mornings! (I like to sit outside with a coffee but need to stay warm!). Thanks for all you do 🙂

  74. i would love to see some crochet patters for lapgans that are not too hard but would make great Christmas gifts. I love you emails and enjoy your crochet patterns.

  75. Love your blog!! Right now I’m just finishing up a baby blanket for one of my co-workers. Then I’ll probably work on some scarves for Christmas. I am a great straight up and down knitter and crocheter – ask me to add or reduce stitches and I have a mess on my hands!!

  76. Hi Jessica,
    I love the fall. I love to wear sweaters. I love your patterns. I love free yarn. I’m so glad I found you. I used thick and quick to make your Aspen Mountain Bag. Love It! Thank you

  77. I’m still a beginner for both crochet and knitting. So I’ve been doing mainly scarves, hats, lapghans and a few shawls. I’m ready to explore somewhat more advanced patterns so I would love to see patterns for sweaters/tops and blankets. I also love the Lion Brand Thick and Quick yarns and have used it in several projects. This giveaway is a wonderful opportunity.
    Your blog is very enjoyable with so many nice patterns for crochet and knitting.
    Thanks for sharing all of your great patterns.

  78. Love this yarn! I like making shawls in the fall. And hats, even though I don’t wear them. 🙂

  79. I like all of your patterns, especially afghans, shawls and ‘blanket’ sweaters!!! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

  80. I love to see more poncho style patterns! So fun and any ladies and girls can wear them!

  81. This is my go-to yarn. I use it for almost everything. But all of lion brand yarn is awesome. Mama in a stitch has such great ideas. Love her stuff!❤

  82. Would love to see some awesome beanies with cool textures 🙂 Love to vary them up as much as possible

  83. Have been following your blog for a while now and have made a few of your patterns.. I enjoy making hats, scarves and lapghans… mostly for giving as gifts. I have several friends and relatives that live in cold states.
    Thank you for the chance to win and thank you your creativity.

  84. For the fall I would like to see mittens/fingerless gloves, socks, and hat patterns.

  85. I love your patterns! For fall I would love to do a big poncho with a nice large hood. I love layers and sweaters in the fall…and it is my favorite season! Thanks for all the inspiration 🙂

  86. I love shawls, don’t know why, but I do. Great in air conditioning, great on the subway, an attractive addition to a winter coat, so any shawl patterns would be great.
    By the way, I love the easy and fast patterns you have created. They give me hope that I can actually complete a project!

  87. So many cute projects, hoping to see some basic chunky cardigan patterns this fall, that is what I live in!

  88. Love your patterns! In the fall I like making blankets and pillows. Would you consider designing more of them?

  89. I would enjoy a filet shawl with flowers or praying hands or butterflies. Something that could become a “pass down the family” Shawl.

  90. I would like to make warm “car seat covers” for my 2 yr old grand-daughter and her soon to be born brother. The newest safety guidelines recommend adjusting the car seat straps over a layer of clothing, not over a heavy snow suit, and then cover the kids with a warm blanket-this yarn is perfect for a simple pattern that works up quickly!

  91. I can’t decide which of your patterns I would use if I won! But I do know that I love the Obsidian shade. Thank you for the giveaway!

  92. I love anything warm and cozy! There is nothing better then curling up during the winter months with my yarn and working on a project(okay, several projects hehe)
    Thanks for all the patterns you share!
    Debra Accetta

  93. I love your patterns. I have tried a few and turned out fairly good for a rookie like me. Love the yarns you use too. Love to have a chance to win some.

  94. I can’t think of anything you could do better! Maybe just more of what you already do so well, like the usable patterns and the tutorials and the stories. Yep, that’s it – more blogging and patterns!

  95. This fall I need to finish a baby sweater or two and get to work on an afghan for a wedding gift. I’m guessing the bride will turn up her nose at it, but I love the groom!

  96. Boy isnt this fun. I read and then had to reread the instructions and then its like, you want me to do what and MMmmm okay lets get this done, and reread the instructions one more time, just to make sure I do this right MMmmm. Okay think I got it.

    By the way I do like your patterns!

  97. I would love to see easy crochet sweaters for fall. I’d like to try to make myself a sweater for fall.

  98. Hello!
    I’m from Guatemala and I love to read every post you make! I think this is an amazing contest! This yarn is so great for a lot of projects and that’s why I want to win them… Good luck to everyone… =) Greetings!

  99. I LOVE the Chunky Icelandic Blanket and the cozy blanket sweater. Lion Brand Yarn has been a stable in my crochet projects. LOVE their yarns…!

  100. I love your knitting patterns…not to difficult 🙂 I enjoy knitting shawls, scarves and hats.

  101. I love all different types of yarn to crochet. I am still learning but am alot better than I was ..I love your blog and the patterns and information..

  102. I love quick and easy projects I can do to keep my hands busy while spending time with the family. Warm and cozy things are what I love!!

  103. I would love patterns for fingerless mittens with a bit of thumb cover instead of just a hole. Love the yarn give away! I’ve been teaching myself to knit and crochet, just started in February and I cannot get enough of all the fun yarn and patterns.

  104. I love your bag patterns and easy cowl and shawl patterns.

    Thanks for all you share!


  105. I would love to see more clothing patterns on this blog this coming fall. I love your blog its the best!

  106. Love you patterns, can’t wait to see what you do next, and I also love Wool-Ease Thick & Quick.

  107. Your patterns have helped this perpetual beginner knitter have confidence!

    I would love to see some festive, easy knitting patterns for home and family members of all ages and animal species, hint my pup needs to holiday accessorize. I enjoy your simple to follow patterns and instructions and I would love to make them all in every color imaginable.

    Thank you for this generous giveaway and for all of your hard work.

  108. really love this yarn and your blog – I would love to see some baby patterns for newborns up to 12 months
    many thanks

  109. I love the neutral colors, they’re my favorite. I plan on mixing it up a little this fall and get some more colors, thank you for the giveaway!

  110. Thanks for the giveaway. I’d be excited to see home decor patterns! I think these yarns would be great for those projects.

  111. Tanks to take the time to make it fun for us, i love all the stuff you make and the patterns in my mail box

  112. I love to crochet and I really enjoy making your patterns. I would love to win this yarn!!

  113. I am making your black mesh tunic. I would also like to learn to make socks as someone else mentioned. Would love to try your favorite Lion Brand Wool Ease! Thanks!

  114. I would love to see am easy chunky crochet sweater and some beginner knit projects that aren’t scarves for this fall. Thanks for all you do Jessica! your projects are great and I love your upbeat attitude.

  115. I love your blog. The pattern are not overly complicated and easy to stop part way through due to being paged by one of my three princesses. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for the fall!

  116. Love love love your blog and all your patterns and tips! This is one of my absolute fave yarns as well! Love to make throws and baskets with it! I’ve recently also used it to make cute little covers for my little houseplant pots!

    Fantastic blog and fantastic yarn. Thank you so much for sharing with everyone!

  117. I always love a good blanket pattern. I have been looking for something great that I could make in a large size for my bed vs. a quilt. I also enjoy sweaters. In the winter, or in my basement, I am always wearing something to keep the chill away. Thanks for the giveaway and asking our opinion.

  118. Love the yarn & your patterns. I’m in a bit of a shrug phase right now, but not necessarily blanket-sized. Fall is a great time for making Christmas gifts…

  119. For upcoming patterns, I wold really like to see cross-body messenger type bags and opera length fingerless gloves with embellishments.

  120. Your patterns are very inspiring! I would love to see a unique pattern from you for a messy bun hat. They are so popular now!

  121. Thank you for the great contest!!! and thank you for such great ideas and nice patterns. I like the different styles and and the various category of accessories you are covering. Continue your good work! And also I cross my fingers to win this time…Thanks

  122. I would like to crochet myself a sweater for the fall. I would love to win the yarn to give me a head start on the fall crocheting. I crochet for others and give hats, mitts and scarves to those less fortunate. I love your patterns and look forward to checking my email for your newsletter. Thanks for all the great patterns.

  123. Currently using Lion Thick&Quick for a cushion cover while learning a new to me crochet stitch inverted V and herring bone DC… ^..^ ^..^

  124. One of my favourite yarns to work with. So many colours, all the cozy, and works up really quick. Definitely going to be making more projects with it this fall c:

  125. I love your patterns. I love to make cowls & infinity scarves and matching hats. I am also a sucker for cute boot cuff patterns and fingerless gloves.

  126. I definitely hope to see even more Bulky Weight patterns! Thanks for sharing your ideas, and thanks for the chance to win!

    1. Wool Ease Thickand Quick my go to yarn for Hats and other cloting! Your patterns super easy to follow and practical . You are very talented!!

  127. You inspired me to re-try knitting! I still prefer crochet but I like the look of knit more sometimes 🙂 I hope I did everything correctly for 3 entries! Thank you so much!

  128. I
    Thanks for the great patterns. I have particularly enjoyed the washcloth patterns.

  129. I love that your patterns are so innovative. In the Fall I am definitely starting to focus on the upcoming holiday season. It would be great to see some of that. Thank you so much for all you do for us and for this great giveaway!

  130. Truly enjoy your blog and the lovely crochet patterns. Working on the blanket sweater right now. And I may have to refresh myself on my knitting skills to try out some of your knit patterns. Everything is so lovely and I want to make it all!!

  131. I love your patterns, even though I’m a beginner. Thanks so much and for a chance to win the yarn.

  132. Thank you so much for the awesome patterns! They are so easy to understand and the projects turn out wonderful! Love the Lion brand Wool Ease yarn and could see making one of your patterns with it!

  133. I absolutely love your patterns and I am looking forward to making more! Thank you for the opportunity!

  134. Loved the tutorial on knitting for crocheters – I may finally be able to knit but need to keep,practicing. Love the shrug patterns!

  135. I made your topcho and I love it!!! Great pattern and very easy to follow. Thanks

  136. I love the modern look of your patterns! Since I live in FL where it’s hot pretty much year round, I stick to cowls or scarves. I do a have a blanket in the works for my husband but it’s on hold right now because of the near 100 degree temps!

    Thank you for sharing your creations with us!

  137. Love the blog, Lately I’ve been interested in afghans with a lot of texture- new stitches, anything different.

  138. I want to see a blog ponchos or loose fitting open in front sweater. Love to learn new stitches.

  139. I would love to see more scarves and hats, as well as some squishy and yummy and warm blankets <3 Simple and sweet!!! Autumn is my favorite season, and can not wait for it to be here!!!

  140. I love to make fairly easy straight forward items and the thicker the yarn the better! This fall have to make a couple of kids sweaters and a few shawls for a few special ladies.

  141. This fall is when I start the gifts for the upcoming holidays. In addition I travel a bit, so smaller items are usually the fall patterns of choice. However throughout the year I’m always looking for afghan patterns as I make lots of wedding afghans for friends and relatives.

  142. I would like to see quick projects to crochet….portable that I can finish in a day or two.

  143. Would love to see some cute patterns for babies and toddlers for animal hats/hooded cowls <3

  144. How about a structured cardigan — something to dress up or down and looks good in the office. The less seaming the better. 🙂

  145. Love your patterns! I would love to see a pattern for a poncho or cowl that’s loose at the neckline. Thank you for the great yarn give-away! Hope I win!!!

  146. I love making socks, mittens and shawls. Love the bulky weight for mittens. Thanks!

  147. You’re one of my favorite crocheters. The stitches you choose and your patterns are just beautiful. I save a lot of your stuff on my Pinterest as inspiration 🙂

  148. I enjoy your page and e-mails. I am an experienced crocheter and increasing my knitting skills. ( making my first socks)I enjoy your patterns.

  149. I love the patterns that you share. I would love to see a poncho or sweater-type wrap in a bulkier yarn. So cozy! I do love the Lion Brand wool ease! Can never have enough yarn. 🙂

  150. I love working on scarves as teacher gifts for my kids teachers. I am always looking for new patterns.

  151. I just love crocheting and just finished a blanket for my daughter. So I am looking for some new projects. Perhaps one for my coming great niece or nephew in october. <3

  152. I love how easy it is to work with, no snagging or fibers getting caught up or knotting up. I love the patterns and the instructions that come with the patterns – very clear! I would love to see practical everyday sweaters or shrugs and booties!

  153. I love your blog and have made a sweater and a blanket. You inspired me to learn to knit. You even inspired me to buy the “good” wool! I would love to see more tops. And knitting techniques for us crochet types!

  154. hoping to make my first blanket with some heavy yarn this fall. thank you for all the fab patterns!

  155. I would love to see some delicate Victorian crocheted shawls…maybe something Downtown Abbey inspired…

  156. Thanks for your blog. This is a great yarn to get started on some holiday projects.

  157. Love new and easy crochet patterns. Starting to get the hang of reading and understanding them.

  158. I’m looking forward to making scarves and boot cuffs. Thank you for the giveaway.

  159. Love Thick and Quick heathers. I hope to make an I fancy car seat cover as well as a poncho and hat for my newest grandson

  160. Love your designs & always look forward to your next newsletter. I enjoy making blankets/afghans for fall & hats for winter. I switch between crocheting& knitting to stay interested.

  161. I really enjoy reading your blog and your patterns. I also love it when you do a video demonstration. I’m a visual person and have basically taught myself to knit watching YouTube videos. Can’t wait to try this new yarn.

  162. I have been knitting for years but only started crochet a few months ago. I love how you have such wonderful patterns that are not crazy complicated to an adventurous beginner. I would love to see more sweaters and tops on your blog! I love all the wraps but sometimes you just need a good chunky sweater 🙂

  163. For this fall, I would love to see more of what you do best! Give us great looking patterns that aren’t super involved, yet provide a wonderful sense of satisfaction when completed!

  164. I will be trying one of your shrug patterns as a present for one of the granddaughters. I’m also planning on crocheting socks for holiday gifts.

  165. I love Wool Ease Thick & Quick. I use it so much and always enjoy new patterns. Love your current pillow pattern Thanks so much for sharing.

  166. I would love to see more fall/winter garment patterns (shirts, jackets, sweaters). I love a handmade wardrobe and some items for the winter would be fun.

  167. I really want this yarn!!! I will send another email if my parents say it’s OK for me to sign up for this! I am super excited!!!!!!

  168. I tend to make scarves and ponchos or wraps. I enjoy your designs! Thank you for this opportunity to win this yarn!

  169. I’ve used Lion Brand yarns for years and would love to make a bulky afghan.

  170. Your designs are so awesome and modern, I would love to see more home decor items, bulky or not! I usually save fall for the afghans and such as it gets colder and I like to snuggle and crochet during all the fall shows.

  171. First thanks for the giveaway! Patterns I would love to see is sweaters. I love making sweaters but would love to see one that is more casual but also looks good on everyone. Like with princess type seams to give an hourglass figure. and a flare on the bottom.

  172. Hi Jessica, recently found and enjoy your blog also signed up for your newsletter. This fall it’d be great to see crocheted sweaters, cowls, shawls and of course afghans. I love chunky yarn especially LB Thick and Quick. I’ve made scarves, cowls, rocking chair back & seat cushions. Thanks for a chance to enter the giveaway!

  173. I’ve been using this yarn for years. I just made a vest with T&Q, mostly in the wheat color in your picture. I’d made a vest for Mom and was using up my leftover oddballs and scraps. It turned out too small for me, but the landlady loved it so I gave it too her. Someday I’ll have my own T&Q vest, and 6 balls is surely enough to make sure it fits me this time! Thanks for the giveaway. KittenWhiplash on ravelry.

  174. I am my Mother’s caregiver and she enjoys watching tv with me in the afternoon. I crochet, but was lacking enthusiasm until I saw your blanket on Pinterest. I loved making it and have purchased two kits from Lion Brand to make your poncho patter. The patterns are lovely and the yarn a dream to use. Thanks for the inspiration!

  175. Hey Jessica
    Thanks for the great FREE patterns! I love heavier weight projects, and I my favourite colours, especially for clothing are neutrals.

  176. i would like to see how a large poncho is made, one for a full figured person

  177. I would LOVE to see some wearable cowls that aren’t just tubes of fabric. Textures and colors galore!

  178. I love Lionbrand yarns.
    Use them all the time!
    Thank you for the chance to win this great prize.
    Any color or combination of colors would be great.
    My faves are pine greens, mauve, and coral.

  179. I love Lionbrand yarns.
    Use them all the time!
    Thank you for the chance to win this great prize.
    Any color or combination of colors would be great.
    My faves are pine greens, mauve, and coral.

  180. The fewer pieces (seams), the better. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that because you always have simple, but elegant patterns. Thanks for the chance to win.

  181. Thank you for the opportunity for a chance to win this yarn. I’m working on Christmas presents!!

  182. I use lion brand yarn all the time. I’m a blue kind of girl. I enjoy smaller projects. Scarfs mittens and socks

  183. Well I’m a great aunt and just finishing a blanket for a baby doll for my 4 year old little niece and starting a bulky yarn sweater for my little nephew, so I have fingers in many pies, I’d love to winn the contest to make Christmas gifts such as cowls, dickeys for the men in my family. I love Lion Brand yarns and textures.

  184. I am currently (and probably will be until December 24th) working on Christmas presents….FOUR Dr. Who Scarfs, three mermaid blankets and a ton of table runners. So right now I don’t need any tutorials on what new to do LOL But I love reading about new ideas and saving them for future!

  185. I really enjoy seeing all kinds of squares to make a sampler afghan. The 12 inch squares work up fast and you have an afghan in no time, but any size square will do. The possibilities are endless. Thanks for the giveaway.

  186. I love making scarves, shawls, and warm hats at any time of year, but especially fall. Sometimes winters where I live are mild but other years they’re very cold, so I like to have an assortment of lightweight hats & scarves as well as really warm & heavy ones.

  187. I would like to see blankets using one color, so focusing on the stitch for the design

  188. I love the variety of your patterns and have made many of them. Also LOVE the clear directions, I haven’t had a problem yet! Thank you.

  189. I love your patterns, especially the purse and scarves. I’m always looking for new and trendy scarf patterns to make for my sisters. Thanks for the giveaway!

  190. For fall I will be making slippers for the family again and the Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick makes quick, soft, and squishy slippers!

  191. Thanks for the detail you give. I am just learning and the various stitches, yarn weights, etc. are all new to this beginner!

  192. Hello Jessica i love the neutral colors to and right now i am working on washcloths i made two pink ones then my 3 year old grandson said i do not like pink grammy that is a girl color so i am now knitting orange ones kids the things they say after the hubby and me come back from are trip to Erie on the Harley i am going to start another blanket for the 2 year old grandson

  193. i am currently making messy bun hats and would love to make them with the neutral colors.

  194. I am kind of interested in crocheting sweaters…clothing and shawls…so any of those would be good to make this fall. Oh…an afghan!

  195. I would like to see a nice, warm & cozy crocheted Ruana pattern on the blog for this fall. I love wearing a Ruana…they are so easy to put on and take off when you’re doing a lot of in and out of the car, plus you can use it as a blanket in the car if you get chilled. And, you’re patterns are so wonderful and creative so I would imagine you would create the perfect item!

  196. Love your free pattern section because it gives the full pattern, excellent pictures, and directions. The blanket sweater is my absolute favorite and cannot wait for winter to start wearing them.

  197. I only started using Lion’s Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick after stumbling onto your blog and loving your Chunky Icelandic Blanket. I’m new at crochet and thought your suggestion of using this yarn for a beginner was a great idea. I love the feel of the yarn. I made mine in Sequoia. I’d love to make others with their Oatmeal or Fisherman colors. For Fall, I want to make my first scarf, and I have recently been looking for ideas for something that isn’t going to be too wide or too bulky on my short frame.

  198. I love your blog and patterns. It keeps me on my toes and always flagging high one to do next. I appreciate that they are quick ones. They are inexpensive to make but never appear that way. Can’t wait to see your fall options. Keep them coming. ❤️

  199. As much as I love, love, love working with bulky yarns, I’d love to see you do a project with the Lion Brand Mandala yarn. You have so much creativity that I just know you’ll find something totally awesome. I would also love to see some patterns done with Fettuccini yarn too. I love working with it, but so far I’ve only made a few bowls for decorating or to use as catch-alls. But please keep doing what you do. The world needs more creativity in it!!

  200. I would like to see shawls and baby blanket tutorials! That’s what I like to make in the fall.

  201. Your patterns are great and easy to follow along!!! I love the endless cables chunky knit throw pattern you posted… simple yet elegant. Anything with that same simple but fancy type pattern would be amazing 🙂

  202. Love your patterns and love this yarn <3 would love more patterns for tops/sweaters and cardigans!

  203. I’m building a home in Southern Utah and will have need of your cowl, scarf and hat patterns. Thank you for your time spent.

  204. Thank you for your opportunity! I love scarves, and blankets crochet and knit patterns.

  205. I would like to make maybe some chunky cowls or try my hand a making a sweater possibly!

  206. I’ve made so many wonderful things with this yarn. One of my favorites. And it’s time to start my winter crochet projects. Scarves, hats, sweaters work up great with Wool ease thick and quick!

  207. I like to make my kids hats, scarves, and neckwear mersin to match their winter coats. I’d like to see some patterns and tutorials for baby/toddler, little boy, and young girls.

  208. I’d love to see some cable knit hat & scarf ideas with Wool Ease, both Thick & Quick, and regular. I’m a big fan of washable wool knitting projects.

  209. I would love to make a nice throw with the Wool Ease yarn. Thank you gor the chance to win.

  210. I have made many cowls and even sold one but I would love to see more unique knitted cowl patterns.

  211. I love Woolease Quick and Thick!!! So great for slippers and a nice thick scarf! And I agree sooo many great color choices

  212. I miss the light yarns. So much of the new yarns are big and bulky. Would like to see more of the 80% Cotton 40% Acrylic yarns that were light weight not as thin as crochet thread, just a bit thicker. I don’t need heavy yarns Florida.

  213. I have enjoyed your blog for awhile, now. I particularly love the winter patterns, especially the oversized blanket sweater and the traveler knit infinity cowl. I love that you tend to use neutral colors. I most enjoy making cowls, muffetees, and socks, and most of my fall knitting is for Christmas gift-giving; but this fall I’m hoping to start the blanket sweater, for me!

  214. I like patterns and tutorials for cowls and blankets and cricketers learning to knit. I love patterns using chunky yarns like wool-ease(it’s my favorite yarn)!

  215. I would love to win this yarn and make a blanket for my son with it!
    Thank you for the chance!

  216. Oh what a generous thing to do! Thank you so much. Gosh if I win this I’m making something cozy for my daughter who lives in Sweden 🙂

  217. Love Lion Brand Thick n Quick for quick Christmas presents, hats, mittens, headbands and cowls.

  218. I love this yarn! I love to crochet afghans, and also big cozy shawls! LOVE your patterns!!!!

  219. Love this yarn! I’m on my way to check out your patterns…thanks for the chance to win!

  220. Interested in winter shawls, sweaters, ponchos – it gets very cold here in Canada in the winter.

  221. I love this yarn for blankets! It washes so well and knits up so quick! I’d love to see patterns for projects with heavier-weighted yarn

  222. Thanks for the contest opportunity. Always looking for yarn patterns for Prayer Shawls.

  223. I am so into hats right now. I’d love to see some more patterns for them. Thanks.

  224. For autumn, I love seeing new hat and mitten patterns (especially ones with textured patterns – seed stitch, cables)

  225. I love to make scarves & beanies and gift them to friends, family, & strangers (I.e. charities, the homeless, or newborns).

  226. Love to look for holiday patterns in the fall. That’s the only time I really feel in the mood!

  227. I used T&Q years ago to make the Lion Brand slipper socks. It was my first time turning a heel, and I’m glad I used that pattern because it was so much easier to learn with bulky yarn than if I’d tried it with sock yarn (or finer gauge). This is a warm snuggly yarn.

  228. You know what a basket full of chuncky yarn means. Strawberry blossom slipper time again. Yahoo?

  229. Love Lion Brand, Thick & Quick and would love a new afghan for winter here in the PNW

  230. I always love cowls and hats in the fall. Especially with the Thick and Quick!

  231. always look forward to your posts – great ideas and directions! thank you.

  232. Definitely looking for interesting blankets that aren’t the standard knit a million squares type, and always shawls and pullovers!!

  233. Forest green , egg plants , and denim are my favorite colors; I like the natural look and I’ve been doing a lot of crocheting with blankets , coasters arm warmers , and cowels. I have even crocheted myself a shawl.

  234. What an exciting giveaway! I definitely look forward to the patterns and tutorials to come with following your blog!

  235. I love your blog! I’ve only been following your blog for a short time, but I love how simple your projects and patterns are. I would love to see some more knit patterns (I do crochet some since my mom loves to crochet, but I prefer knitting).

  236. I love this sight. I have tried some of the patterns but wish I had more time to craft!

  237. Such a beautiful yarn and your patterns are also! Love the Thick and Quick!

  238. Would love to see patterns for fuzzy alpaca yarn, either on it’s own or in combination with another type of yarn. A friend brought me some alpaca from South America and I’m clueless as to what to make! I also have to figure out the yardage as the skeins have no weight or yardage marked on them. Should be an adventure!

  239. I love this yarn so comfy. would make the blanket shrug and lots of scarves.

  240. I’m looking for something new in a hat pattern for the group I belong to. We make hats to donate to the local VA hospital.

  241. I have used a loom a lot lately to try and boost production speeds but I would like to be able to use more patterns than the simple loom well known, if you do a tutorial for that it would be great 🙂 looming is a good beginner for people starting, and a good finisher for those with weakening hands.

  242. I really enjoy your patterns! After scrolling all the way through all the other comments to get to where I can leave one, I’ve forgotten what the question was! I really appreciate you sharing your talent with us for free! That is so generous of you! Thank you, and thank you for the opportunity to win this prize!

  243. I love this site and made the poncho with the fringe and it turned out so well. I’m always checking back for new patterns – thanks for the inspiration!

  244. I love this yarn for cozy crocheted floor poufs and cabled pillow covers! I’d really like to make a cabled throw with this yarn. I would love to see more crochet patterns and inspiration!

  245. So excited about finding this blog. Can’t wait to see if I can finally learn how to crochet.

  246. I’m looking for a nice free pattern for an American Flag to make for my newlywed Navy son.

  247. I love your accessories patterns…something for every one. Id love to see more of them. I love how accessible the yarn is…its everywhere!

  248. more boy patterns and something for Mom too! I love to wear oversized clothing especially in the fall! so a lot of times they end up being plus sizes!

  249. I am currently on a sweater making kick so I have a list of your patterns Id like to work on! Currently working on the striped blanket sweater and I’m almost finished! I like your variety of patterns. Keep up the great work!!

  250. I have been ordering from LB for years. T and Q is my go to. I am a knitting and crochet freak. I just placed an order with LB using some of the newer colors. Although I’m a little sad that I can’t find “Abalone” but the newer colors are making up for it. Jessica, I have purchase your patterns through LB and your website. Your patterns are just what we needed-you can only have so many scarfs or shawls. I love to see the big squishy stitches TQ brings to life with your patterns. I hope I win.

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