Pocket Knitter Giveaway

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What better way to mark the end of the month, than with an exciting new giveaway?  Starting today, you can enter to win your very own Pocket Knitter courtesy of  AllFreeKnitting.

                                      Enter To Win: Pocket Knitter

If you love to knit on the go, but hate lugging around large knitting needles, why not try this handy Pocket Knitter from Bond America, a segment of Caron International?  While traditional knitting can be painful for your joints, loom knitting is great for those suffering with carpal tunnel or arthritis.  The Pocket Knitter, which uses loom knitting techniques, takes convenience to an entire new level.  With just a seven-inch loom and matching stitch lifter, you’ll be able to create tons of accessories no matter where you are.  Enter to win a Pocket Knitter here.


Contest ends February 14, 2013.


What will you make first if you win?


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  1. joan says

    What a nifty way to knit. If I do not win who sells these. I have arthritis in my right arm an knitting is my thing.

  2. Ann says

    This looks like a tool that would be fun to work with. Thinking making strips and then put them together for a afghan or a shawl

  3. a olster says

    I knit but when my joints get sore, I need to take a break. The pocket knitter would be a neat way to work on another project.
    The first thing I would use the pocket knitter for is to make baby socks worked flat and seamed.
    I also teach and one of my newest students tried but physical issues-defeated her; this looks like a technique I could share with her.

  4. Diana says

    I have never seen one of these. How wonderful for us ladies who have arthritis in the fingers. I would love to start with making a scarf for my grand-daughter. God bless.

  5. Christine Herbert says

    I don’t know how to knit, but, I hope the pocket knitter is user friendly and I can learn to knit using one! But, first, I have to win it!

  6. Donna Piteau says

    I would love to knit things that are simple and easy. For instance, I love dish cloths, coasters, scarfs & all the
    things that are not too difficult. I am a senior citizen and most times do not understand the difficult patterns. So
    far, I am not having any luck.

  7. Jessie Barker says

    I have Carpel Tunnel in both wrists and I love to loom knit. If I was to win this the first thing I would make is one of those ruffle scarves with Sashay yarn to sell to help my son earn the money to go to Washington, D.C. with his class in 2014.

  8. June Turner says

    I am always looking for crochet or knitting projects to take with me to do while my husband is salmon fishing! This looks like “just the ticket”.

  9. Vicki Howes says

    I have never tried a pocket knitter – so will have to start small. My family will say not another scarf – but it’s not to be!

  10. Ann V says

    What will you make first if you win?

    I would make hats for the coats our local knights of Columbus council give to our needy children. This past oct we donated over 200 new coats I made 165 hats using the other type of loom. Would like to try this one IF I win it.

  11. Diane says

    I want to learn how to loom knit, and if I win this tool, I would start off with the first project in whatever Beginning Knitting book or pamphlet I can find for this tool.

  12. Toni Rae Rice says

    I have been so depressed since my arthritis has gotten so painful I can’t even crochet. I’ve lost so much since this arthritis came to visit. This tool looks like it could bring crocheting back. I would love to try

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