COMPETITION: Win a shiny copy of the new Stitch London book
Posted by Deadly Knitshade on September 27, 2011
Stitch London has it’s own book! Woo hoo! To celebrate we’re running a competition to win one of five copies!
Wanna win a copy of Stitch London just for answering an easy peasy question?
The Stitch London book features patterns for two London birds. One of them is a splendiferous pigeon and the other is the bird pictured on the left. To win one of five shiny copies signed (by both Lauren and my good pigeony self), complete with a pigeon kit inside, all you need to do is answer this feathered friend-inspired Londony question:
What kind of bird is famous for being found at the Tower of London?
Drop us an email at winstuff@stitchLDN.com with:
• The subject line“I want to get knitty in the city” (Please make sure you enter the right subject otherwise your entry might get missed)
• Answer A, B, C or D
• Your full name, address and any leftover crusts of bread from your sandwiches
• NEW MEMBERS: You need to join the mailing list here and then add the secret password, shown in green at the bottom right of your “A woolly welcome to Stitch London!” email, to your entry
Special Bonus Ravelry Extra: One lucky winner will get an extra prize of a full set of all 23 Stitch London badges and a Stitch London fridge magnet. Here’s what to do:
- Log in to Ravelry.com with your account
- Find the Stitch London patterns and pick one you like
- Leave a comment or add one to your favourites
- Add the line: “I commented/favourited on (put pattern name here).” to your competition email, along with the correct answer to the question.
As with most Stitch London competitions anyone can enter. Even if you live outside the UK. The deadline for the competition is 4 October at 8pm.
Competition rules: 1. One entry per person. 2. Competition ends 4 October 2011 at 8pm. 3. No cash alternatives. 4. Winners will be drawn from all correct answers, and sent the book via post. 5. Competition open to everyone, including people outside London and the UK.