{Giveaway} Knitting Project Kit: Reversible Cable Cowl

FOF Linda Morse is giving away a knitting kit from her store String NY. It includes a pattern and all the luscious, 100% Italian cashmere yarn you need to make this chic, reversible cable cowl. Don’t know how to knit? Linda will have one of her master-knitters hand stitch the cowl for you instead. A $128 value!

String NY is the “best knitting store in the world,” according to FabOverFifty.com founder, Geri. Located in New York City and online, String has a mind-blowing selection of luxe cashmere yarn and exclusive “String Originals,” patterns created by in-house designer Lidia Karabinech (who formerly headed up the black label designs of Donna Karan and Ellen Tracy).

To enter, check out the color options, then comment below and answer: Which color would you knit or wear? (See all our past winners, here.)

Contest closes October 21, 2010.

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

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398 Responses to “{Giveaway} Knitting Project Kit: Reversible Cable Cowl”

  1. sharon910 says:

    OMG I would love white or black so I could wear it with everything.

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  2. Nancy says:

    I would knit or wear a red reversible cowl. I’m a Huskers fan and it would be great to wear to games. Thanks!

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  3. Patrick Alexiou says:

    “I would love this knitted scarf in a pink color for my mother on her birthday which is November 19th!” Good Luck all!

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  4. kathrine a hammen says:

    baby pink,bright pink and purple mixed together

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  5. magnific says:

    this is the way a blog should be! thanks!

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  6. Valerie Bradshaw says:

    I would love to wear and knit this in baby pink

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  7. Fabulous Mimi says:

    Have always wanted to learn to knit or crochet and love scarves. This would be a fun set 😉

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  8. Jan Knezevich says:

    I would wear the bright pink because that color against my skin brings out the pink tones in my skin, gives me a more youthful look.

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  9. Ginny Carroll says:

    I would wear all the colors so I would be color coordinated in some way but if I had to choose one, I would pick beige.

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  10. Jodith says:

    Luscious colours. I’d love to win the yarn for a purple cowl.

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  11. Leslie W says:

    “When in doubt, wear red!” Bill Blass

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  12. Yvonne says:

    What a beautiful pattern! I love the flannel. I have been adapting the colors I wear to my new coloring (that came with letting my hair turn silver- love Cindy Joseph for inspiring us all). I have been wanted to knit/crochet again after a long hiatus. Thanks!

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  13. Connie Carden says:

    Would love this in purple, to go with my new winter coat I got for my birthday last week.

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  14. Liv says:

    Purple, please!

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  15. Patricia Gleich says:

    Today is a pink day – bright sunny – temperature in the 60’s and I would love a pink scarf in the fall – cuddly warm and a color to enhance the color on my cheeks. Yes, I would love to win this scarf in pink and share it with my sisters!

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  16. Judy Craven says:

    This really is a great looking cowl, and a reverse cable would be a new stitch challenge foe me! I’d have to go with red, but all the colors are fab!

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  17. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    O.K. I have come back to this give-a-way three times, Cashmere has that effect on me, I thought about everything I enter I always choose Blue, I am taking a bold step and decided I really love the Pink, I mean come on, look how beautiful she is in the photo, I have made up my mind I am choosing the PINK, I have enough Blue, I do not want everyone to start saying here comes blue Pat again,Boring, I need and want fun and bright colors, I will be honest I do not know how to knit, I am left handed and someone tryed one time to teach me and she was right handed, besides how fun and funny it was “trying” to learn, at the end there was a curve in the center and I believe it came from each of us trying to go different ways, so yes, I need someone to knit the cowl for me if I win. Thank you and good luck to all.

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  18. Carol Segal says:

    I love to knit and have made many scarves for myself and for gifts. I would love to learn to make this lovely cowl neckpiece, different from the long scarves I have been making. I would definitely pick the new stone as it is neutral and could be worn with almost any color.

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  19. Carol Segal says:

    I love to knit and have made so many scarves for myself and for gifts, but nothing like this lovely piece that I would love to learn to make. My preference would definitely be the new stone as it is neutral and could be worn with many colors.

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  20. Carol says:

    Pretty in Pink! And oh so soft cashmere! I’d be stylish and warm.

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  21. margara says:

    stone, purple and oh so versatile denim! those are the colors i think would be more becoming on myself.. and that pretty pink one.. i f i won it, my daughter, i can foresee, would be all over it! thanks!!

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  22. Vivian Medina says:

    WOW my favorite color is pink and the cowl is so beautiful I would love to wear that at the moment I’m not working so I would love to win this just for me. The baby pink is awesome.
    Vivian

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  23. Heidi Borson says:

    The temperatures are dropping here and the snow line is moving down the mountains – a perfect time to knit. If I win the contest, I’d love to try the new color “Stone.” Thank you.

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  24. connie says:

    I would pick hot pink because this color adds color to your face and you look very alive!

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  25. Dressage Diva says:

    I am very fond of the new “Stone” color. But the beige, black or choc. would look lovely with my riding jacket and vest. This cowl will add a touch of class to any outfit.

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  26. Sandra Crispo says:

    I would do something mostly in the baby pink (my favorite color) with 1/3 mix of the stone and trim it in purple, used to crochet when younger and would provably be good for me to do some again when hands corporate with me. Even better, have someone more talented do something beautiful in those colors which I would be then proud to wear and show off.

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  27. Ila Shelat says:

    I love to have Purple….Winter is for purple.
    knitting is my new passion.I like to try new things.
    Ila.

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  28. Amy Otoupalik says:

    I love the green #55087. Green is the perfect color to wear in Oregon as the trees stay beautiful no matter what the weather may bring.

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  29. AmySue Taylor says:

    I think the baby pink– was it light pink would be so nice for my mother who is a breast cancer survivor. She is always cold and keeps losing my scarves, shawls, etc being only 89 years old. I am unfamiliar with your store, but if iris likes it, it must be good.

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  30. elaine roberts says:

    I absolutely love the red and would love to knit it up. What a great punch of color thru the drab grey days of winter!

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  31. connie betts says:

    What a sweet gift for someone, the color is for Fall!

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  32. Bekki says:

    This is just gorgeous. I would wear the flannel. It goes with anything.

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  33. Connie Carden says:

    Would love it in purple

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  34. Johanna says:

    Glorious Red!!!

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  35. Debbie Chaney says:

    It’s gotta be the Black #8010 because just about everything in my closet is predominantly black.

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  36. Robyn says:

    My choice would be the New “stone” color.
    It would seem to be an ideal color to go with a jacket
    or sweater, and versitle with any outfit color.
    I am not sure to attempt to do it myself or have
    it knitted for me yet.

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  37. Carole Barker says:

    What an absolutely gorgeous array of colors! As I perused the list, I made my choice at least six times…chocolate? stone? My final choice, however, is the green. I am a fair complected redhead, so greens are always a good choice. I also have strong Irish roots in my family, so the green would be both flattering and a nod to my ancestors.
    I love the look of your products…maybe this is the year I should learn to knit!

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  38. Debi Callahan says:

    I love the purple color and would love the pattern

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  39. Kristine P says:

    I would have to go with Red. I love a bright color on a cold day.

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  40. Theresa Schmoyer says:

    I just love the Cable Cowl Neck, and would love to have one in Off White, so I can accessorize it with any outfit.

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  41. sherrie says:

    I would love to win this contest. I like the denim blue color. If I won I would be able to make a beautiful item and also it would help me get back into knitting which used to be my favorite past time, until I had 3 children and no past time! I am ready!

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  42. Connie Carden says:

    Love me some purple

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  43. Kathy says:

    Wow……GREAT colors & style!

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  44. Kathy says:

    WoW…..Great colors & look!

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  45. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    Without a doubt BLUE, it’s cold in New England and wearing this beautiful Blue Cashmere around my neck will definatly turn heads while it warms mine. I have never had the opportunity to own Cashmere, although I have tryed it on in stores, this time I can wrap myself in luxury. I definatly need help knitting this cowl, I would love to feel the winters in new England wrapped in Italian Cashmere, Santa if I win this you can toss my list away, Thank you Ms. Santa

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  46. Erin Duggan says:

    All of the colors are sooooo rich and beautiful. It would be really hard to pick just one! Usually one to go with the bright colors, I think I’d have to go with the beige this time. Just looking at the beige and thinking of the softness of the cashmere makes me feel pampered. I can just picture myself in it everyday, all warm and cozy and looking like a million bucks all the while! What fun!

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  47. Hofken says:

    I would wear Stone.

    Cynthia.Richardson@azbar.org

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  48. Susan Frank says:

    oh my goodness! how gorgeous is this cowl? i love red & the red offered is truly a blue red! string ny has some knitting talents not to be matched. i hope, wish & pray i may win this beautiful red cowl…would make these wisconsin winters a lot more bearable. God bless! regards, susan

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  49. paula han says:

    I would wear the navy and the rich chocolate- either or both in a reversible.

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  50. Addie Harvey says:

    I love the different colors. I am more prone to wearing black, but I see color in my future. Beautiful colors. I knew an older lady when I was younger who knitted the most wonderful creations and all by hand. I see that same quality in these designs. Great!!

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  51. Becky Lax says:

    I would knit the Denim or the Red. I love knitting cables and would enjoy the feel of cashmere.

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  52. Paula Kos says:

    I would have to go with the denim. I think that it would go with most of the colors of my wardrobe.

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  53. Sara says:

    I love purple, navy and pink. It wll be great to be able to knit again and do it with great colors, just in time for cold weather. Relax time in a productive way.

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  54. cynde suite says:

    Purple Is my favorite color( but not pinky purples because I have red (OK, salt and red pepper)hair and I do not do pinks! Just brought up that way – no reds, no pinks, no orange… love black, blues and greens though.)
    I don’t knit – that’s not true…I can but the tension always gets tight – I should… am going to try to learn again! A cowl would be interesting!

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  55. Tracey says:

    Knitting is so in. I would love to learn to knit.

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  56. Kim DeSarno says:

    My eyes are blue so that’s the color for me.
    Blue
    #772L

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  57. Shara says:

    My choice would be Baby Pink , the ultimate feminine color..and since I can knit I would like to ‘do it myself”
    and have to pleasure of enjoying the luxe feel of this fabulous yarn while I’m creating a lovely piece of wearable art:)

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  58. Ellen says:

    The color is a tough choice – I like all the colors, but since I love bright colors, I would choose the bright pink that the model is wearing. I have been thinking about a new knitting project and this one is perfect. If I were to win, and I hope it’s me, I might even finish by spring. Obviously, I’m not a fast knitter. I watch people whose fingers fly, but alas, that’s not me.

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  59. Pat Weiler says:

    Any of those colors would be gorgeous. I’d give the kit to my best GF who knits fabulously!!

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  60. SunWolf says:

    Oh, the joy of cables! Gorgeous pattern. I’m all over the purple—a touch of artistic playfulness.

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  61. judi brown says:

    I love all the colors but stone is a personal favorite. I’ve recently painted my house in various shades of grey because of the comfort I find in that neutral but awesome color. This is my first full winter in Ohio in a very long time and would love the warmth that cowl offers.

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  62. caroline says:

    I would wear many of the colors, but right now the purple is my favorite. Thanks!

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  63. KathyJ says:

    I love the denim color.The cowl is beautiful! Am learning to knit so would love the kit!!

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  64. Lisa Shaw says:

    perfect for winter and super soft

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  65. Valerie Sawyer says:

    There are so many beautiful colors, but the purple is my favorite. I don’t know how to knit, but the cowl is gorgeous and just the thing for a cold Minnesota winter!

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  66. julie Fernstrom says:

    I would love to have the blue cashmere yarn in my knitting stash!

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  67. ddlw1 says:

    the flannel is just perfect! I would not even try to knit it my self. I just have not figured it out. Knit one knit one purl six!

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  68. Sue Manyai says:

    Green, green,green-I would love to have this green cowl to match my eyes. A while back (OK, a long while back) I knitted a 1 piece pantsuit. Took me a week working all day each day. Haven’t knitted for some years; it would be such a treat to have this beautiful accessory knitted just for me.
    But then, the red is such a beautiful shade…..

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  69. Marilyn says:

    I’ve always loved cowl necklines. Would love to have the opportunty to win this lovely prize!

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  70. Vanessa says:

    That’s a hard decision – Bright Pink, Green, Chocolate, maybe one of each!

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  71. Grace Hodgin says:

    I’d love one in Beige and I’d knit it myself.
    #2581.

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  72. Leona E Gibbs says:

    I really liked the pink. It is my new favorite color.

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  73. Leona E Gibbs says:

    All the colors were beautiful but the bright pink really stood out. I can just imagine how soft it would feel.

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  74. Ruth says:

    Without a doubt or a seconds hesitation the PURPLE!

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  75. michelle frey says:

    All are wonderful, but RED would be my choice. It is a delicious shade for the winter.

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  76. Jan Maier says:

    I’d definitely wear the bright pink….it’s one of my favorite colors/hues and would accent the browns and blacks in my wardrobe. I’m not an expert knitter but I have loved doing simple projects I think I could possibly do this cowl..however…I believe I’d rather win a completed cowl than run the risk of messing up this luscious yarn.

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  77. Myra Garber says:

    I’d choose the purple! Purple brings out the green in my eyes! After I retired, I started knitting again, and completeted a project started 25 years before. I haven’t stopped since!

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  78. Viktoriya Kim says:

    All colors are perfect!!! I like the baby pink the most.

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  79. Maureen McLean says:

    I love the idea of a reversable cable cowl. Living here in Wisconsin the winters can get in the minus I can see where having a cowl in every color would be wonderful to have but if I have to choose just one I would like to try my hand at making one in the pale pink. Sure hope I win

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  80. Norma says:

    I’d pick Flannel or Denim – it would go with almost anything

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  81. LAMusing says:

    Really hard to pick! I guess I’ll choose navy 🙂

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  82. Connie Carden says:

    Purple, but would like one in any color

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  83. Nadine Butler says:

    I love the fuchsia but would settle for the bright blue or green.

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  84. Diana says:

    Something always leads me to the RED!!

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  85. Nan Claypool says:

    Blue 772L would be my favorite color in this beautiful cowl.

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  86. Cathy G says:

    Purple! I love purple!!! And I love this shade of purple!!

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  87. Holly O'Neill says:

    My goddaughter recently told me that she loves the color red. I haven’t knitted for her since she was a little girl. I would love to make this for her in red. With her blonde hair it would look fabulous!

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  88. Pam Schmidt says:

    What a wonderful kit! I would love it!

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  89. Karen says:

    I would wear Baby Pink or have my daughter-in-law knit in Baby Pink because my daughter is scheduled to have her baby girl TODAY! (my first grandchild)

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  90. EllDee says:

    Definitely bright pink!

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  91. Naomi says:

    By the way, the cowl is absolutely gorgeous in bright pink, too!

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  92. Naomi says:

    I can’t knit, but I’d looove a RED cowl with my black jacket or my red jacket; as a defense against our bitter Michigan winter! And as a bright touch of colour in those grey days of no sun!

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  93. catsforme says:

    Red or the Chocolate Brown — sounds wonderfully
    soft and snuggly — will have to make sure none of my
    furry family ever see it as they would love to claim it/drag it to one of their special foam pillows for a cozy nap.

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  94. Scottie Hexter says:

    The “New Stone” is very eye-catching, but I could also go for Baby Blue, Blue, and Purple. If I could, I’d send this prize to my daughter-in-law in Illinois for Christmas, since “wintery mixes” up north dictate protection from the elements. This gorgeous cowl would offer eye-poppingly fashionable warmth and comfort to that vulnerable neck area. My daughter-in-law would love it, I’m sure, but only if a “master stitcher” hand knitted this unique cowl for her, since my arthritic hands aren’t capable of such detailed work.

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  95. Wehaf says:

    I would wear the green.

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  96. J Kreisler says:

    I like the green! I am a green person I guess!

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  97. Patty says:

    Love the green. It stands out but not like the pink & red.
    Haven’t knitted in years but would love to give a shot.

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  98. Robin Christian says:

    The colors offer a wide range – something for everyone. But wouldn’t mind having a cowl in every color!!!

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  99. MG Stewart says:

    You can never go wrong with Classic Black!

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  100. Cindy says:

    I would love to knit and wear the baby blue version of the cowl.

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  101. KT HESS says:

    My first thought was the black because it would match everything but the green kept calling my name;-)

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  102. Karen says:

    A cashmere cowl is just the thing for Tucson winters; the purple is magical will make everything it touches look special!

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  103. Shellie Robin says:

    My favorite — always and forever is black. It goes with anything. Would look great with leopard sweater! You can never go wrong or not have an outfit to wear with black!

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  104. Kai W. says:

    I would love red. I never learn to knit but love to. I just need something to started me with the knitting lessons.

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  105. Jennifer R. says:

    I love the bright pink! I love the scarf on the model in the picture. Pink is my signature color 🙂

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  106. Soledad says:

    I don’t know how to knit but I would like either the bright pink or purple; great colors for the gray Midwest winters.

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  107. Sandi Birdsley says:

    I would love the pink. It is after all breast cancer awarness month. I have always wanted to work on cashmere yarn and I love the cowl pattern. My daughter and I were just looking at some last weekend.

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  108. susan ball says:

    Stone, flannel,and denim… Can the yarns be mixed?… And no, I know nothing about knitting…:-}

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  109. karen says:

    Purple is my personal new “black.” I seem to get a lot of compliments when I wear it. I think it’s because the color lifts my spirits and everyone looks better when they feel good inside. I’d need the service of a knitter. I used to entice my daughter to knit for me when she was in high school by subsidizing her yarn habit. Now she’s in college and too busy to knit.

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  110. sonia methfessel says:

    bright pink but I can’t knit. always liked pink. it is a happy color that says life is good, full of hope and promise and gets better with every passing day that we are allowed to live on this wondrous planet!

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  111. Judy says:

    I love the color red, what a fabulous cowl that would make!

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  112. Paula Weekley says:

    Love the choices of colors, but my favorite is the bright pink, then the green – they’re so bright and beautiful! I’m not the best knitter in the world, but I get by, and I find it very relaxing.

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  113. Sue says:

    Would love the baby pink, baby blue or red

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  114. Beth Lowe says:

    I love fall colors so I would knit deep oranges, reds and browns, perfect for this time of year.

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  115. kpc says:

    The green color to bring out the green in my eyes and to work with cashmere for the first time. I am looking for my fall knitting project and this would be perfect!

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  116. Ellen Taskerud says:

    I am partial to the denim. Knitting this myself would be a wonderful project with luscious yarn. What could be better?

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  117. Rebecca says:

    I would love a black Cable Cowl, because it would go with anything I wear!

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  118. Cathy Amdall says:

    I would choose the red cashmere yarn. It’s my favorite color. My grandmother taught me to knit when I was seven. I enjoy knitting not only for the finished product, but also the process. It keeps me connected to my grandmother, even though she has been gone for fifteen years. I am making scarves for all the women in my family as Christmas gifts and this would be a perfect gift for myself.

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  119. Marcia Robinson says:

    Chocolate, navy, or black would be my choice. Of course I’d have to take knitting lessons. My one attempt wasn’t too shabby but my mom said I need rhythm.

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  120. Darlene says:

    Cashmere looks (& feels) great in any color, but the green would turn my hazel eyes green!

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  121. Love Knitting says:

    I love to knit. I would choose a versatile color like flannel. I think that could go with a number or different colors of coat, jacket, blazer, etc.
    I would definitely enjoy trying this kit.

    Pieri Hayes

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  122. Berni says:

    The denim looks fantastic and hey, it’s my birthday today, so maybe I’ll get lucky and win!

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  123. doreen Mallozzi Hicks says:

    I have always loved the color purple. This color would look great beneath my black double breasted pea coat. Now that is a head turner! Purple is making its grand debut this year.

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  124. Pat says:

    Love the chocolate

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  125. Anne Normandin says:

    I as usual started straying towards the neutrals, then remembered reading Donna Karan saying on a tired day she always puts on her favorite pink scarf to brighten up her face — so bright pink it is.

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  126. Robin Van Vleet says:

    If I were lucky enough to win, I’d like to try my hand at knitting a red one! I’d love a bit of bright color to liven up a New England winter!

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  127. Rachel says:

    I wish baby pink were flattering to my complexion, but I’d probably go with that color anyway. If I wanted to stay safe though, I;d go with navy or flannel.

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  128. Andy says:

    This is just what I need for the beginning of my serious fall knitting. My mother taught me as a seven year old and I’ve been going strong ever since 🙂

    Have gotten away from knitting in the past few years, but this would be my “grand entrance” returning to something I truly enjoy 🙂

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  129. Valarie J Bay says:

    My Dad was just diagnosed with terminal cancer. While keeping him company I would love to knit something that I could keep with me to remind me of my time with my Dad!

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  130. caroline schwass says:

    So hard to choose between the purple and the blue. How about a combination of both? If I have to select one it would be the blue. Ummm, so soft and warm.

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  131. susan says:

    It would have to be the purple. Maybe this choice is not the go-with-everything neutral, but against the face, this would be a flattering choice especially for pale winter skin. I also think that the design combined with the color would make a utilitarian daily outfit (black pants, neutral long-sleeve top ) into something special. And the hot pink looks like something raspberry scrumptious – hard choice! Plus it just looks so cozy!

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  132. Tricia Boelter says:

    My coat this winter is red, I am blonde so black would be the color of choice!

    I am a knitter and I carefully weighed the options but Black should be doable on the larger needles with an OTT light over my shoulder for my FOF eyes -Grin

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  133. Trisha says:

    Purple. Not a color I wear often, but how vibrant!. I had my first knitting experience at 4 years old. I lived with my mother and grandparents in England (Dad was in “the war”) and asked my grandmother to teach me how knit a vest (undershirt). I recall that she thought I should start with a scarf, but I was quite adamant, and remember informing everyone that I was , indeed, making a vest.

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  134. Laura Moore says:

    I would choose purple. It’s our local high school color and my university color. It would be great to wear a purple cashmere scarf to all of those football games, and be able to say I made it myself!

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  135. Marcia Mason says:

    Trying to think of what color would go with everything casual, and not show makeup smudges: probably denim, stone, or navy. Except I don’t know how to knit. Looks like a really practical accessory for living my new life in Philadelphia this winter. Texas rarely gets cold enough to use a nice cashmere cowl like that. Since most of my clothes are black and gray, I guess the stone would be best.

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  136. Zoe Lee says:

    i love the green 🙂

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  137. Anita says:

    Definitely the bright pink! To go with my silver hair!

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  138. mira says:

    I loved the bright pink and purple. I guess no matter how old I get, the little girl is still with me.

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  139. AJB says:

    Beige since it’s a scarf color I don’t currently have.

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  140. Kathy says:

    Chocolate it is my favorite winter drink and color put in a 100% Italian cashmere cowl and what more can you ask for right be for a cold NW winter sets in. It is always difficult to keep warm with your feet in 3 ft of snow but this sure looks like chocolate heater heaven to me!

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  141. Toba says:

    If I could, I would choose a whole wardrobe of colors to change off. However, since I live where I can’t enjoy as much use of the scarf as I would like, I choose the purple as a good all-around POP color! This is one of the occasions that I miss living in a colder climate!

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  142. Shannon Barlow says:

    I would wear either Hot Pink or Purple. Either one. Too bad I didn’t have the choice of the two colors together.

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  143. Eileen says:

    I agree with Susan–three way tie between stone, flannel and denim.

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  144. sandra rodriguez says:

    The chocolate would be the color I pick. Wonderful fall color. The color and the softness of cashmere would be such a wonderful feeling against my skin.

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  145. Susan Gustafson says:

    I like the baby blue color

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  146. sherry goodloe says:

    I’m not a knitter, so I would just LOVE to win one of the reversible cable cowls! My favorite color would be denim as I wear jeans when I’m not at “the day job”! *smiles*

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  147. Gail says:

    I would love to work with the denim blue. It’s gorgeous.

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  148. Frances Kranik says:

    I would love the stone or chocolate. I can’t knit, but have a dear friend who loves to knit – so much she has to set a timer to stop! I’d love to give her the kit and ask her to make one for me and go to town with what is left!

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  149. Danielle says:

    Torn between a deep chocolate brown or a bronze shade.

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  150. Frances Kranik says:

    I would love a stone or chocolate cowl, I don’t knit, but have friends who knit and would love to give them the kit with the request for one cowl for me.

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  151. Merri Merrill says:

    Black! Because it’s timeless, versatile, and won’t show dirt! What a lovely accessory!

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  152. Linda B says:

    The green….definitely. My favorite color and the color of rebirth! I am just learning how to crochet and knit and would massacre such beautiful fiber, so would be ever grateful to have someone make a masterpiece for me. have a Happy…………

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  153. rhonda says:

    Denim and baby blue. New Papa is Navy deployed. I would love her to have it while we wait for the baby to come

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  154. jeanine davis says:

    Black, of course!

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  155. Hannah B. says:

    The practical me says Stone or Flannel would be a safe choice, but the wild child inside of me is begging for the Purple! It’s a gorgeous purple and I want it NOW! lol

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  156. Allyson says:

    I was immediately attracted to the Stone, color, although there are a few basics that look great…navy denim, flannel and black. Even in Louisiana we wear cashmere!!!

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  157. Amy Roberts says:

    I would probably choose denim…would go with just about everything I own!! Plus I think it would show off the cables beautifully!

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  158. Susan says:

    I love to knit and always have a few projects going. I think the baby blue or off-white would be for me. I must look into String NY as a source for yarn. Thanks for the tip.

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  159. Susan Lockwood says:

    I’m a purple girl and would really enjoy winning this fabulous gift.

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  160. joyce says:

    I llike the denim,pretty and practical!!!

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  161. Marta Elena Utter says:

    I would love it in the color denim! I started wearing scarves and cowls when I went through chemotheraphy, and radiation. I continued wearing them after I had breast cancer. I started a small collection of scraves of all types and colors they helped me build my self esteem in the months after surgery, and treatment, I don’t know what I would done with out them.

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  162. RED says:

    How to pick one color … each is lovely. Stone’s so classic, but so is red. And purple and this bright pink would be such a brightener in the depths of winter! As a novice, I’d opt for you to complete this kit for me and I’ll practice on something less luxurious.

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  163. Val says:

    I just love the bright pink color but for me the beige color would go with more of my things. Cashmere scarves are the most fabulous things to wear.

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  164. Linda Martinez says:

    I would love it in purple – one of my two favorite colors. I usually combine purple with black – tops and pants or skirts. Or I wear a deep blue with black.

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  165. Marilyn McAlister says:

    I am a beginning knitter. I have found the task of knitting to be relaxing and gives a sense of great accomplishment. Cashmere is so soft and warm. I would choose the color green from the choices. The shade of green reminds me of being outdoors when the leaves are changing, the wing is blowing and beautiful colors are all around.

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  166. lalexoff says:

    I choose flannel because it is a nice neutral to go with lots of things and the light color can show off the cables well.

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  167. Rebecca Reinhold says:

    HOT PINK….what a wow color, especially as dreary days approach. Who wouldn’t be noticed with this incredible piece of art, especially in cashmere, the softest of all textures? I would love to have this cowl knit of a luxury yarn.

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  168. Gail Claus says:

    I would have a friend knit the scarf for me – PURPLE! It has been my favorite color since I was a child. My friend loves to knit and is very generous with sharing her talent. I need to introduce her to the website!

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  169. Terri E. says:

    It would be stone hands down!

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  170. GINGER Mc says:

    I would choose a bright color, perhaps bright pink, blue or purple. So hard to decide which would be best, but bright would be better with my fair complexion.

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  171. M says:

    Stone. Absolutely gorgeous cowl. I’ve never knit with cashmere; this would be a real treat.

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  172. Grace Lord says:

    My favorite is Off-White. I love to sit down with a good of tea and pick up my knitting while listening to great music. I can relax and savor the best parts of my day.

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  173. Audrey says:

    Definitely the off-white! It goes with my coloring and would look great with all the black clothes I love to wear.

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  174. Billie Mallie says:

    The blue is calling me. I would knit it myself–though it could be next winter before it’s complete!

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  175. Caroline says:

    I would love to knit this in baby blue. It looks so soft and warm. Cashmere is heavenly.

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  176. Jo Cavins says:

    I think the purple would pop against my gray hair.

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  177. Bonnie Walker says:

    The beige color is classic. As a shawl or scarf, it can be worn with anything and, being cashmere, close to the neck is warm and soft. I’d love to show what I can do with it!

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  178. LT says:

    PURPLE is the bees knees… yummmmm

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  179. Claudia says:

    PURPLE! There are stars in my eyes right now just thinking of it!

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  180. Glenda Steffee says:

    I have to choose one! Chocolate (am I persuaded by the name?) would go with most anything, but I love Green. And who wouldn’t love to go casual with Denim? Or dressy with one of the lighter colors? I’d certainly be able to find the bright Pink or Blue in my dark closet. Black is always useful….Do I have to decide NOW?

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  181. Meg says:

    I would love to knit this in stone!

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  182. Cathy Wallace says:

    I choose Flannel as it would ba able to wear it with most outfits.

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  183. daughter2 says:

    A personally knitted garment can not be equaled.

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  184. Marcie says:

    Love the pink!

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  185. Carol says:

    Baby pink for sure!

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  186. NJJ says:

    I love to knit! I’d definitely choose Red to knit AND wear! Its so vibrant!

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  187. Janet Goier says:

    I love this cowl, and would knit it in either the stone, green, or purple. They’re all great colors, and there is nothing like cashmere to make you feel like a million bucks. 🙂

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  188. Susan says:

    I love to knit and the new color in stone looks wonderful. It will match with so many other colors. Cashmere is so soft and easy to work with, I can’t wait to get started!

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  189. Debbie says:

    Oh wow! I’ve never had the pleasure of knitting with such exquisite yarn as this! I would love any color but my two favorites are denim and stone! Thanks for introducing me to your web site and fabulous line of products!

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  190. Barb Gilmore says:

    I would wear the chocolate! Who wouldn’t?!!

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  191. Connie Carden says:

    I can only imagine my neck wrapped in deep purple.

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  192. gypsybleu says:

    I like the Stone color…it’s would will go with almost anything, and my cat’s hair wil not show up on it!
    I cannot knit, but this looks like an interesting project to try in crochet, not the same pattern (of course). I think I could figure out how to do one that is similar, and be able to wear it the same way!

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  193. mic says:

    I love cashmere in ANY color!!!

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  194. Connie Carden says:

    I would love to knit this in purple. I can only imagine the cozy feel wrapped around my skin

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  195. mic says:

    I think I really like the Stone color, but black is always classic. There were many colors that were great!!!

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  196. Connie Carden says:

    I would love to knit this in purple. Can just imagine how it will feel around my neck.

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  197. susan says:

    It would be hard to choose between stone, flannel and denim but I would be delighted with someone knitting any one of those for me!!!

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  198. Alice says:

    Denim is the color I would choose. This is something I would love to have for myself and that shade of blue would set off and compliment my snowy hair. Just thinking about that luscious cashmere has me imagining how it will feel.

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  199. LeAnn Boehne says:

    The cowl is so attractive. I’d like to try knitting it in a bright color—red!

    LeAnn

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  200. ROSALYN says:

    I was so anxious I forgot to pu the color #51591 but someone would have to knit it for me want to take knitting classes. Again love then all!

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  201. Jamie says:

    I’ve always wanted to use a luxe fiber when knitting, but I always chicken out because I’m afraid I’ll mess it up. This would be a great opportunity to finally give it a try. If I can ride a Century, I can do this! 🙂

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  202. Michele says:

    I would go with the flannel!

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  203. Beverly says:

    I would love to win that knitting kit. I just love to knit

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  204. Diana Verner says:

    I would love the chocolate color. I do not know how to knit, however, I am scheduled to join the next knitting circle class. How timely. I would not want to try to knit this myself because the material is so costly. Love the ideal of 100% Italian cashmere…:)

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  205. Debbie McDonald says:

    Living close to Athens, Georgia, RED would be my color choice!

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  206. Suzi Fire says:

    It’s all about PINK for me, & in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, I would chose baby pink.

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  207. ROSALYN says:

    would love to win this! All colors are great.

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  208. Eugenie says:

    I would wear purple. It’s a color I love. This cowl would be great for keeping warm in the cold New England winter.

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  209. Judy Frederick says:

    The color I love & wear the most is Red.
    It is vibrant & energetic to me.
    When I get down in the dumps I put on red & go out & visit someone.
    I was taught, when I was growing up, that you put a smile on your face & be happy when you go visit someone & before long that is the way you will feel.
    You know, it works.

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  210. neveda says:

    I would love to win this yarn and pattern. It looks like it would be really warm and attractive on anyone. The color I really like is STONE#51928. This color looks like it go with just about every color in the rainbow.

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  211. kdivasilver says:

    The purple and navy are gorgeous! I have a bronze-gold jacket that their rich colors would go with perfectly. I’ve been knitting for years, but have never enjoyed the luxury of cashmere–either knitting or wearing! I’d love to work this pattern.

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  212. Natalie J. Vandenberghe says:

    I love the “Baby Pink”
    Unfortunately, I don’t know how to knit!

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  213. Elaine Grenier says:

    What a great Fall accessory! I would make it in chocolate.

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  214. karen mazza says:

    Being from NYC i am trying to break out of the “black habit” so I would pick purple or bright pink

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  215. Marla Davis says:

    I would knit the bright pink, red or green, green probably being my first choice. The cashmere cowl scarf is beautiful.

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  216. Leslie Carcaise says:

    I regret not learning how to knit, now even more so! The baby pink would be gorgeous.

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  217. Julie says:

    All of the colors are so soft and cozy looking. I love the pale pinks and pale olive colors the most!

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  218. Anna says:

    Brilliant colors, love all of them so surprise me.

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  219. zawadzki6801 says:

    I have never knitted with cashmere yarn before, it probably would be different, I would choose pink, its a fun color.

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  220. Kim Cordero says:

    I love all of the colors but my ultra favorite would be RED :))))

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  221. Elaine Grenier says:

    What a great Fall accessory!

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  222. Molly says:

    I would knit and wear the “flannel” colorway. Very versatile and classic.

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  223. Kathy says:

    I would go with the chocolate. None of the colors are my color palette which is more conclusive to redheads w/hazel eyes – golds, coppers, rusts, golden yellows, bronzes, goldish and yellowy greens and non-blue reds and pinks. However chocolate does work since I am very pale in winter and shift my palette to include more more true red, black, and browns especially the tones that are the colors of furs and deer.

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  224. MaryEllen Matthews says:

    I’d go with the color as shown because it would look great on my Mother. Her birthday is next month and this would be perfect with the glasses and matching case I’ve bought for her. It’s absolutely perferct!

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  225. Gail Anderson says:

    I love the baby pink. I think this is a fabulous look for anyone and who doesn’t love the luxurious feeling of cashmere – especially for a grown woman with style.

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  226. Joanne says:

    I love all the colors! It is beautiful!

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  227. Carmen Badeau says:

    All the colors are beautiful! I would love something nice and bright to wear during gloomy winter…something like purple or red! Nothing like color to brighten up a dreary, winter day!

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  228. Mary Sims says:

    Wonderful colors, the red or the purple, hard to choose. The red!

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  229. Patricia Rocha says:

    I like the Navy #8511.

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  230. Jina says:

    Chocolate

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  231. Victoria Osweiler says:

    This is one of the MUST HAVES for this season.

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  232. Kathy Skinner says:

    I would love to knit this reversible cowl in red! My winter coat is black so the red would be perfect!! I am very tactile so knitting with this luscious yarn would be a real treat:)

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  233. Dorothy Borgese says:

    Love the soft colors. Looks so cozy and great for New York weather. Thanks for the opportunity and good luck to all.

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  234. Diane New-Hardy says:

    I would knit the cowl in the colors Stone and Chocolate!

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  235. Fran says:

    The red is calling out to me, it is so vibrant. I enjoying knitting cowls, and there are many to be made for my holiday list. However, this would have to stay with me!

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  236. Alice says:

    Just relocated this week to Maryland from Florida and would so love to wear one of these cowls. My first week here and already wish I knew how to knit in order to make one right away. Beautiful design. Thanks for sharing.

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  237. Alice says:

    Purple- It’s seasonless and a color that looks great on everyone.

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  238. Georgia says:

    I would wear the purple or the black!

    I’m afraid I don’t know how to knit — but these are so beautiful!

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  239. Nancy A. Shenker says:

    Yup, I’m turning into one of those “purple women” in my 50’s. Not only is it the color of my company logo, but it now seems to be almost as basic as black in my wardrobe. Hmmm…perhaps I will make one in each color. Looks like such a fun project!

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  240. Jennifer Handlin says:

    I love the green , and the hot pink wow! Cashmere is such a beautiful yarn, one I rarely afford myself to knit with although I would all the time if I could! I would love a chance to try this cowl, I think it would become a staple of my fall winter wardrobe

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  241. Sophia Sutton says:

    I love to knit…my Grandma taught me when I was young, but I have never made anything like this and it would be so fun to learn. Thank you for the opportunity to win this kit. I would like the chocolate color if I were to win.
    Thanks!

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  242. susan kleinman says:

    I would make the green, and wear it with a purple sweater — my signature color combo.

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  243. Barb Loo says:

    This looks simply marvelous, and I would love it in RED! I am out of practice for knitting, but this looks like a great start for rekindling the urge to knit!

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  244. Lynn Beebe says:

    Chocolate…!

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  245. Molly says:

    I would knit and wear the “flannel” colorway. It goes with everything! Cashmere is so nice to knit with – just buttery.

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  246. Hope says:

    I would love the opportunity to knit this project in Red
    #343. I think that it is such a flattering color against one’s face and it is certainly a mood lifter to see.

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  247. Sue says:

    I would definately knit this one myself! I love all the colors but, think I would choose Baby Pink if I have to pick only one! I can feel the soft cozy cowl on my neck just thinking about it!

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  248. Tove Moore says:

    I love the green! What a great giveaway!

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  249. Connie Snow says:

    Since the recent loss of my job has me spending more time at home than ever before, I have started knitting again & spiffed up my herb garden. Ahhh sanity! I would make a GREEN cowl, the color of herbs!

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  250. Bette E Butcher says:

    Definitely RED!

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  251. Barbara says:

    I would go with the Red

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  252. Kathy Day says:

    I would choose the RED. Need a pop of color to get going on those cold winter mornings!

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  253. Pat says:

    Fabulous cowl! Green! How I wish I could knit, let alone a cable version! Your site is beautiful. So many scrumptous sweaters!!

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  254. deb c says:

    It’s a tough decision because all the colors are pretty, but, I’d choose red.

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  255. Lois Adams says:

    I’d love to make it in green

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  256. Lois Adams says:

    I’d love the green!

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  257. catherine says:

    They are all lovely the green you picked is nice one

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  258. carol christman says:

    The reversed cable cowl would look yummy in red. I can actually see me wearing it! I’m better than a beginner when it comes to knitting, and would love to work on this project.

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  259. Verena Schneider says:

    It’s hard to choose – so many beautiful colours! But I think all those gorgeous cables would look stunning in white. 🙂

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  260. Ruth Sklar says:

    At my advanced age, I am starting to add color to all the black I tend to wear. Sooo, I like several colors. One is the stone, although it is a non-color. It would be nice with a bright colored sweater, several of which I bought in Paris last month. I also love the red, obviously a color that will enliven any black or grey ensemble. Sometimes I like to be noticed, sometimes I don’t. The red will be to stand out; the stone to blend in. It’s amazing how color can raise one’s spirit and sense of self!

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  261. Molly Hursh says:

    A Bright Pink cowl will add color to an aging face and will be a mood lifter during the cold winter months in Minnesota!!!!!

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  262. Jody says:

    Love the off white!!!

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  263. Heidi says:

    I adore the green! I would love to knit this cowl with this yarn! I would wear it all fall, winter, and into the spring even!

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  264. Jodir says:

    Green — love it!

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  265. helenapower says:

    i wood love it knitted in purple is a beautiful design

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  266. Sandra Marshall says:

    I do not know how to knit but I have always envied those who do knit. All the colors are great but I would love the cowl in denim color. Blue is my favorite color and this color in cashmere would be a dream piece to add to my fall wardrobe.

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  267. Fa says:

    I like all the colors but if I need to choose then I will go with bright pink and beige.

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  268. Paula says:

    I just love the red color. It would go well with my silver hair!

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  269. Patti says:

    Off-white – rich, neutral color that would look great with all other colors and coat styles

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  270. Fa says:

    I like all the colors but if I need to choose then I will go with bright

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  271. Robyn says:

    I would like to choose the “New Stone”, because
    it is a versatile color and could go with many outfits.
    They are all beautiful colors.

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  272. Erika Bradley says:

    Mani di Fata: Hands of the Fairy

    This is the name of many a knitting book my mother brought from Europe, specifically the region known as Istria. Unfortunately I, although quite adept with a crochet needle, was never able to master the knitting needles as my mother did. I still have some pieces she made back in the ’40’s.

    I would love a red cowl. People tell me I should wear red more often because of my dark eyes and hair. I rebel insofar as I will only wear it as an accessory piece. This would be the perfect accessory, already completed, of course!

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  273. Sharron says:

    The cowl is my favorite color and I love it ! I knit & crochet as a hobby ..daily please let it be me !! Thanks !

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  274. Shirley Hodge says:

    I would choose purple, it has always been my favorite and I think it greatly compliments older skin. Many of my accessories are purple and lilac. At 74 and due to arthritis and carpel tunnel syndrome I am still able to teach my grandaughters knitting and crochet but my skills in both arenas are greatly diminished and so I would have it done for me.

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  275. Cathy Ball says:

    I would wear the stone color. It would cover my lovely double chin!

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  276. Cathy Ball says:

    I would wear the stone, it is my new go to color!
    This item is a must have for me as I have inherited a lovely double chin (which I call my second face).
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  277. Abee says:

    I would chose the Bright Pink because my skin coloring would go better with that color as well as my silver hair. I thought about the purple, but I have several purple and bright blue scarves. I do love this bright pink color though, it’s luscious! Happy Days ahead.

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  278. Patrisha McGoldrick says:

    I would choose the red cable cowl. Red is my favorite color and with my white hair, it is cheerful and makes me look as fabulous as I feel.

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  279. Colleen says:

    Purple is my choice. I always like a pop of color and I think of purple as a great go with anything “neutral”. So for my mostly black professional wardrobe and my mostly jeans casual wardrobe, purple is my best bet for a great wear with anything cowl.

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  280. Laura says:

    I would love Flanne, it matches a lot with my cozy clothes, love Laura

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  281. RGA says:

    Love the blue.

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  282. beth w. says:

    Definitely the red. I am from Arkansas, Razorback Country. Razorback Red. Woo Pig Sooie! and it can double as Christmas red and Valentine red…get all the use out of that you can!

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  283. sharon910 says:

    I love the stone and black as I think it would go with anything. But all the colors are great

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  284. Susie Spry says:

    I would love to have the denim (blue would be second choice). I am a knitter and it would be a perfect ‘take along’ project!
    Thanks –
    Susie

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  285. Kathy says:

    Of course basic black or the flannel because my coat is black and white checks. WOW. It is so beautiful!!!! I don’t knit; my grandson crochets!

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  286. barbara wicklund says:

    The blue or the white! My daugher is a knitting maniac, she could make me something fantastic!

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  287. Marybeth says:

    Purple. I love purple in the winter. It’s bright but not flashy.

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  288. Fern Braveman says:

    Oh the stone would go with everything and I would make it that color. I knit quite a bit and have been thinking of making a cowl, so it would be fabulous to win.

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  289. Laura Malter says:

    I love the baby pink! It looks cozy!

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  290. roneifeld says:

    I just began knitting agin after many years, so this would be a wonderful project. I would pick the blue, which would make my blue eyes pop. This is so exciting!

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  291. Annamarie Dodge says:

    i would knit or wear the black cowl….they are gorgeous, i just need to learn how to knit better than i already do…

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  292. Patricia Gleich says:

    Green – I never owed a green knitted scarf – as all my coats are basic black or black with flowers stitched on them and green would be spectacular. Plus I never have had a hand made scarf and one of my passions would be to learn how to knit, that would be fabulously deliciously wonderful.

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  293. Vanclaire says:

    I would choose the denim color. I love it! It would go great with casual clothes, meaning jeans. But it would also bring a little casual feel to a semi-dressed look. I would wrap it around the neck of my black leather coat & wear flat shoes. I would feel beautiful in it no matter what I mixed & matched it with. Also, my eyes are kind of a denim blue so I think I’d really have it going on!

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  294. Jeanette says:

    I’d love the Bright Pink color. I enjoy wearing colorful clothes. They make me feel happy.

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  295. Theresa Buchle says:

    I love the “denim”, and I would knit it myself. It is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks to Linda for the giveaway.

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  296. Kallie Young says:

    I would make this cowl in Bright Pink. My new winter jacket has a bright pink silk lining (and it shows when the hood is down!) and this would look great with it!

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  297. Bettie Claxton says:

    The colors are mostly all great! but the purple calls out to me. I haven’t knitted in a long time. This looks like a fun project!

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  298. Gloria Monroe says:

    I love all the colors and would wear them all but my true favs are the – purple and blue! God Bless!

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  299. Della says:

    Beige! I love the color, it goes with just about everything.

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  300. Theresa Buchle says:

    I love the “denim”, and I would knit it myself! It is just gorgeous. Thanks to Linda for the giveaway!

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  301. Kathy says:

    Pink PinK Pink!!! Love Pink! Bright works the best but I also like light. Just love Pink!

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  302. Rita Pellegrino says:

    I would wear the bright pink or red as they are so charged with energy and exuberance! Wearing a cowl in either color would certainly seize any cool day with a lovely warm comfort !!

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  303. Kim says:

    All of the colors are luscious, but I especially love cables knit in muted tones, so I’d pick flannel.

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  304. Cindy Bailey says:

    Baby pink!! Please don’t tell me Canadians don’t qualify….
    I love String Yarns!

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  305. Kathy says:

    Knitting is my meditation and I’d love to settle in with that wonderful purple!

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  306. Janice Farr says:

    oooooooooh!! This looks beautiful and so luxurious!!
    I would love to knit the black one 🙂 and would love to be selected as your winner, too! Thanks for this great contest!

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  307. Judi Abbott says:

    Bright Pink because it will look great on me when I go out in our cold, snowy NH winters. And I love Cashmere next to my skin–mmmmm.

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  308. Johnnie Greene says:

    The only way to go with the luscious 100% Italian cashmere I can just imagine around my neck now. I love the look and feel of cashmere. Making it myself would be even better then I could be proud, and of course let people know if they ask me, YES I made it!
    #2581 Beige

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  309. JEAN VINCENZO says:

    I LOVE THEM! They are all gorgeous, thank you for asking. Personally, I am a denim kind of girl. And, if I won I would make a green one and a stone one for my darling daughters!

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  310. Deborah Myers says:

    Green is the color of growth and looks great against my skin!!

    (I keep re-entering because I get I message that there is an error)

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  311. Janice Farr says:

    oooooooooh! This is beautiful! I’d love to make the black one 🙂 This looks so luxurious and would be a pleasure to knit! Thanks for the opportunity to enter this contest…hopefully I’m selected as your winner! 🙂

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  312. S Cooper says:

    This combines my favorite 3 things: knitting, cowls, and cables. All the colors are gorgeous but I’m partial to green!

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  313. Joanie says:

    I would choose purple for my daughter. We just found out she had lupus and purple is the color for lupus and her favorite color. This way she will stay warm this winter, we have cold winters here.

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  314. Lois says:

    Blue, because my wardrobe has somehow migrated to too much brown, and reds/pinks don’t look good on me. And I’d love to knit it myself… I spend most evenings this season knitting, even taking my little sock knitting project to meetings and concerts.

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  315. Connie Seidel says:

    Denim is great for an AZ girl!

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  316. Deborah Myers says:

    I would wear the color GREEN. Green to me means growth and excitement and besides it looks great against my skin. :o)

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  317. Amy Nelson says:

    The shop String got me re-started on my knitting years ago when I found your Madison Avenue location. I can’t wait to look around your website. I love the bright pink color for the cowl and hope I win!!!

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  318. Kathi Jobson says:

    Oh I would so love to win this in RED. I love Strings and have ordered many times from them and can’t wait till I’m in NYC next to stop in and see the store in person. Oh and I’m over 50 too!!!!!!

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  319. Kim says:

    I’d knit one in Blue (772L).

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  320. Sandi Frank says:

    I love the blue and the denim. I hope I win!

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  321. Barbara Ryan says:

    The passion color Purple is my new favorite. Second choice would be bright pink..as it is looks great with everything and is a Happy color.

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  322. belindabg says:

    I would choose to receive the lovely GREEN cowl – I’m not a knitter, but I do crochet. I’d love the challenge of learning to knit this cute accessory!

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  323. Dawn says:

    The color would be purple, bright and cheery to brighten up winter. This would be a positive hobby for the long winter season and would be a great stress releaser!

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  324. Ivy Pittman says:

    I would love to knit a RED scarf!

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  325. sandra says:

    The green is pretty, but then the lavendars shade, red, just about any of them!

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  326. Robin McGann says:

    I’d knit the red for a super shot of color around the face.

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  327. Talex says:

    I’m not a knitter, but I love knitted goods. I checked out the colors and the bright pink looks fabulous.

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  328. Nancy says:

    I would love the red. Thanks!

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  329. maggie says:

    SORRY — I FORGOT TO MENTION THE COLOR RED AND KNIT SOMETHING CLOSE TO MY FACE SO THAT I CAN FEEL THE SOFTNESS.

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  330. LoriAnn says:

    I love to knit and always like to find a new site with beautiful yarns and great ideas for patterns. I thought the color Stone was beautiful, a nice neutral tone. I also thought the color the model is wearing to be vibrant and gorgeous.

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  331. Maureen says:

    Chocolate. Always chocolate. It is the answer to every question!

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  332. Sue Annette Smith says:

    Ohmigosh! Knitting is my PASSION! I retired from teaching math early so I could knit! My Gramma taught me when I was FOUR years old! I would love to win this beautiful knitting kit! The pink cowl is so beautiful, and cables are my favorite design to knit. I love wearing my hand knitted items…when I am not giving them as gifts! Thanks for being feautured on FOF!

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  333. Jacqualin says:

    I would wear the flannel or the black. Those are colors I use a lot i the cold months. They go with so much

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  334. maggie says:

    HOW LUXURIOUS AND YUMMY. I WOULD BE HAPPY TO LEARN HOW TO KNIT TO MAKE THIS, IF I WIN.

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  335. Janice Neal says:

    I would definitely love to wear the chocolate one. I’m an autumn kind of woman!

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  336. susan dresner says:

    have been knitting since I was a kid and still in awe when entering a knitting shop…all the colors are WOW. would choose the gray for myself

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  337. KatieQ says:

    The colors of this yarn are so luscious it is hard to choose. I think the off white would be my first choice with flannel, and stone in a dead heat. I am learning to knit, but think the cable pattern would be way out of my league. I would be happy to have the yarn and pattern to save until my skills improve or to have a master knitter make one for me

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  338. Joyzkim says:

    bright pink or whatever color is on the model is great!!

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  339. Gina D says:

    purple for me. thanks

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  340. Marilyn Stephens says:

    I would like red because I think it will go well with my black coat.

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  341. Deborah martin says:

    Oh…and I’d love any color. Honestly. They’re all gorgeous!

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  342. Michelle says:

    I’m a redhead, and that Green is calling out to me, “Knit with Me!” I may just place an order as I browse through this shop! Knitting is my passion, and I am rarely found without it.

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  343. Carol Stark says:

    I’d wear Bright Red!! It’s a color that attracts attention and actually looks veru good on me

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  344. Deborah martin says:

    I’d love to win the “kit to knit!” My life is so frantic and rushed, that my knitting time is like a mini vacation. It’ relaxes me, calms my nerves, and I end up with something fabulous (which I usually end up giving away to someone). I love to knit! If you’ve never tried, you really should find someone to teach you!

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  345. Brenda says:

    Red hot red!!

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  346. Wendy Clifford says:

    Always the bright pink! Loving your work Linda…

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  347. Sheri Newberger says:

    Which color would you knit or wear? I would love to either knit or wear the new color, stone. It looks like it would go with every other color in my wardrobe.

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  348. ogden says:

    oops, forgot to mention purple (violet) heart healing chakra!

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  349. Shelly Burton says:

    All the colors are lovely, but I chose Stone #15928 because it will go best with the winter coats I have. I would be thrilled to knit this beautiful cowl, then wear it and have my knitting friends ask about it! The yarns are such acceptable colors for everyone!
    Thank you for the opportunity to enter this give away!

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  350. Gloria says:

    I think the denim blue would bring out my daughters deep blue eyes.

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  351. Ruth says:

    I have been wanting to start knitting for some time now so this is a wonderful incentive especially using cashmere yarn. Colors are all so great…love the bright pink shown in the picture or even the new Stone color.

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  352. ogden says:

    broke my finger and it is healing, knitting would be great therapy to help final healing, if I won!

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  353. Frances says:

    I love the red! Don’t know how to knit but would love to learn. Still love the red cashmere.

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  354. Susan Swidler says:

    I would wear the baby blue as I am a jeans person. It is a beautiful scarf

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  355. JoAnn Josemans says:

    All of the colors are great, but I especially love the purple! What a nice way to brighten a cold day!

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  356. karen S says:

    I’d love the flannel because it would go with anything and everything.

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  357. Cyndi Goldfarb says:

    Wow what a nice feel this would be. I love Navy.

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  358. Mary Jo says:

    All the colors look beautiful, but I think I would choose the blue. What a fun project, I would love to win it!

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  359. Rita Schaefer says:

    Definitely black! Although not a New Yorker, I love a classic look!

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  360. Louise says:

    Right now – probably bright pink.

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  361. Debbie Nye says:

    NOTHING FEELS LIKE CASHEMER!!!!!

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  362. Rita Schaefer says:

    Not only is the cable stitching superb, but the colors are luscious and delicious! I would be honored to wear this piece.

    I just recently began knitting, being an amateur of only six months. I am so glad to have discovered String NY…

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  363. Annie Barsky says:

    I love the idea of knitting a reversible cowl. All the colors are yummy, but I would chose red. Charcoal grey is one of my favorite colors and it looks great with red. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  364. Nancy says:

    I love the baby blue. Alas, can’t knit–I’m left-handed and haven’t met anyone who can teach me.

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  365. Vickie Youngblood says:

    Oh, I would love the bright pink. That would be a terrific blast of color on a cold winter day.

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  366. Julia says:

    I love the bright pink with a black coat it would be awsome

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  367. Marge Ghilarducci says:

    I am a knitter: I knit hats for newborns for Women & Infant’s Hospital in RI, I knit for my grandchildren and “adopted” grandchildren, and am presently knitting scarves for the Appalachian Mountain train donations. I rarely knit for myself. This would be a great winter item for our weather in MA. I would choose the denim blue. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for this one.
    Marge

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  368. jhendon60 says:

    I would love to knit in denim.

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  369. Amy says:

    I would love to win this!! Upstate NY is very cold! My FAB FOF Mom, who loves to knit, would love me, her FAV FOF daugher a beautiful cowl to stay warm!! I love the bright pink to cheer up the cold dreary days of winter!!

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  370. Vera says:

    I can knit and I would choose the chocolate!

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  371. rosa garcia says:

    I learned to knit because I love the different yarns available. I also learned to crochet but the yarn just looks better when knitted. If I only could and had time to buy and knit all day long……I would be a happy woman.
    My ex-husband said that he wished I handled him the way I handled the yarn.

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  372. Marge Ghilarducci says:

    I am a knitter: I knit hats for newborns for Women & Infant’s Hospital in RI, I knit for me grandchildren and “adopted” grandchildren, and am presently knitting scarves for the Appalachian Mountain train donations. I rarely knit for myself. This would be a great winter item for our weather in MA. I would choose the denim blue. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for this one.
    Marge

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  373. Ellen Sandler says:

    Purple. I love to knit and cashmere is just glorious.
    String is just the best!

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  374. BethBeck says:

    Beautiful yarn, I would probably try the purple.

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  375. Susan Rousculp says:

    This is a gorgeous piece. I love the flannel color

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  376. Mary Dierschow says:

    Would love any blue! I learned to knit as a Girl Scout many years ago. I’m sure it will come back to me!

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  377. Sherry says:

    I’ve been wanting to knit something like this. Definitely red!!

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  378. Holly Muscolino says:

    I would definitely select “Stone”. Such rich color and texture! And it would coordinate with so many other different colors. I would love every second of knitting that up!

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  379. Nan Benabu says:

    Every item I knit is knit with love and with a specific purpose in mind. I love knitting.

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  380. Linda Zimmerman says:

    chocolate would be my choice!!!

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  381. Cookie says:

    I have red hair & green eyes, so DEFINITELY the green! I’ve been knitting gifts for relatives and friends so this would be a lovely item to knit for myself!

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  382. Catherine says:

    I am a southern woman that needs to develop some needlecraft skills. It would be so cool to knit myself a bright red cowl. I can hear it now, “no sweetie I made it myself”.

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  383. Janice Bird says:

    Purple!

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  384. Sarah Snadow says:

    A cashmere cable cowl would be awesome!…I am a purple person!

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  385. jackie lynn mendiola says:

    I love this knitted reversible cable cowl.

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  386. Margarida says:

    I would love to knit the bright pink cashmere yarn.

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  387. Grace Papaseraphim says:

    I like them all but I would prob. wear “flannel” Thanks!

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  388. Faith Rogers says:

    Ooh this sounds so soft & warm. I want one!

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  389. jackie lynn mendiola says:

    I love to knit my own reversible cable cowl.

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  390. Katherine says:

    I would love Blue! I haven’t knitted since I was a teen, but this kit looks like the best idea. It would be constructive work that I can do in front of the TV. The outcome would be a snazzy addition to my winter wear!

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  391. Chicadee says:

    The ultimate infinity scarf! I would love to knit one in all colors — what great gifts they would make — but would choose bright pink for myself.

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  392. Karen Lund says:

    I would go with the blue. It is sooo vibrant.

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  393. Karen Lund says:

    I would definitely go with the Blue. It is so vibrant it would look great with black, grey or white jacket. Thanks

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  394. Diane Roche says:

    I could never get the hang of knitting, but my daughter has been teaching herself.

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  395. Inky says:

    i love to knit and am working on a shawl for a friend that was diagnosed with breast cancer last December. I would choose the red color option for this gorgeous cowl! thanks for the chance to win.

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  396. Paula says:

    Love cashmere. Love to knit. Sweet!

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  397. Cindy Lacey says:

    I would definitely go for the purple!

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  398. admin says:

    i love to knit

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