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Giveaway! Win a Simple-But-Stunning Shawl Kit

A lot of knitters avoid lace because, let’s face it, it can be a little intimidating. But not all lace projects are created equal — and not all of them have to be complex! In fact, we’re giving away a shawl kit that proves it. Who knows? If you win, you might just fall in love with lace.

Girl from the Grocery Store Shawl Giveaway

Meet the Prize Project

The Girl From the Grocery Store is a simple shawl that’s perfect for knitters getting their feet wet with lace. Designed by the talented Joji Locatelli, this asymmetrical, striped shawl uses simple eyelets to achieve intriguing texture that offsets easy colorwork. In fact, it’s such a great beginner project, the Grocery Girls are featuring it on Off Our Needle’s “Face the Lace” episode!

What You Could Win

With the Girl From the Grocery Store Shawl Kit, you’ll receive the Joji Locatelli pattern plus three skeins of Cloudborn Superwash Merino Fingering in your choice of two colorways (two skeins in the main color, one in the lace color).

How to Enter

It’s simple! Just help us celebrate designer Joji’s guest appearance on Off Our Needles by following these steps:

1. Watch Off Our Needles’ new episode “Face the Lace” on YouTube. (It’s full of simple lace projects, tips and more!)

2. Hit the “subscribe” button below the video on YouTube to keep up with new episodes.

3. Leave a comment on the “Face the Lace” episode of YouTube letting us know what colors you’d knit this shawl in. 

Watch & Enter >

All Craftsy YouTube subscribers who comment on the “Face the Lace” episode before July 7, 2017 at 11:59 pm MT will be automatically entered to win. The winner will be randomly selected and notified via email. 

13 Comments

Susan Roberts

I’ve been trying to find a way to speak with you and enter your (The grocery girls) contests. I don’t even know how I found this page so I hope someone emails me with instructions to come back , instead of what I did do (just started tapping! )
If I’m in the right spot I would love the kit with the baby pink colour and a dove grey.
I love you girls. I be been watching since the 30th episode and from the beginning of off our needles. You two are so much like my sisters that I feel I’ve come home for a visit when I watch. Thank you! Keep up the great work. Yours truly Susan Roberts. 💝

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Jackie Ries

I would love the kit in pink and gray. What an interesting and helpful video!

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Vicki Morgan-Bogart

I’m trying to comment to win the Grocery Store Shawl kit. I would love the main color in Black & the lace in Caribbean. I enjoyed the video & it gave me the courage to try lace. This looks the perfect lace pattern to start with. Those girls are fun to watch.

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Susan

Id do mine in the charcoal and petal!!!

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Becky Jones

I’ve never knitted lace before, but I think I could with this pattern. I loved the video and would be honored to win!

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Carol OHALLORAN

Absolutely love Jodi and Tracie. If I were to win ” The girl in the grocery store” kit I would want to knit it in maroon and pink combined.

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Rose

You can go to YouTube and after watching this Face the Lace episode, scroll below the episode to comment.

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Venette Schafer

I hope too that this where to comment for chance to win the ‘Groceries Girl’ shawl kit. I watched the video and subscribed to the program. This only are i cold find for comments. The colors I would choose if I won this kit are plum heather and petal.

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Kristen

I loved the lace episode! I always learn so much from you gals, and the interview with Joji was fun to listen to 🙂 I would knit the “Groceries Girl” shawl in a light charcoal with a magenta pop.

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Annegret

I would love to knit the shawl in black and lavender.

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Rosemary Hood

I would love to knit this in denim and white. It would be kool to wear with jeans and a white shirt.

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sharron

I would knit it in Grey and cream

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Elizabeth De Long

I’m so in love with the pink and grey color combo!

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