Our place to talk about and share our love for wonderful soft warm Musk ox/Qiviut yarns and knitwear.
Gloves, mittens, or fingerless gloves would be my choice to use this yummy yarn. Thanks so much for the chance to win!
Fingerless gloves would be nice.
I'd knit a scarf. I'd want that delicious yarn as close to my face as possible!
Hats. My granddaughter needs a new hat! My daughter needs a new hat. I need a new hat!
Something smooshy for my neck!
I would knit fingerless gauntlets and hats for my boys and granddaughter.
I really dream for knitting with this yarn! I knit everything, but I would knit vest and socks... .
I'm thinking a cowl would be lovely.
Something warm and yummy for my granddaughter---a vest!
A cowl or baclava for sure, to keep my neck and face warm! :)
Some sort of shawl or smokering. Such beautiful color, it goes with anything!
A shawl allowing the different weights to provide the texture and reflect the pure luxury of the yarn
Baby booties for all the new grand-babies!
I would knit some lovely hand warmers and a cowl to match!
My choice would be - hats, to keep my boys ears warm!
Maybe a smoke ring? Depends on the weight. But I'll not win so I'll make my smoke ring of something else.
awesome! a shawl, for sure! thank you!
I'd knit a cowl or scarf, as I'd want to keep the softness nearby and make sure I was toasty warm this winter.
It would make a beautiful large shawl - or a lace cardigan. Wouldn't that be lovely!
I would knit baby sweaters! Thanks for the chance :-)
I would display the little skeins in a pretty basket to admire as-is, until inspiration struck.
I would start knitting warm slippers and finish them with embroidery for Christmas presents.
I would knit a lacy cowl or shawlette with fingerless mitts, for driving to work in a cold car on a winter day, with joy.
it would be a scarf or shawl - I love the feel of qiviut on my neck and arms!
Definitely lace. Probably a capelet or shawlette or two - one for me and one to gift!
I would make some luscious mitts!
I would love to own/make my very first smoke ring!
I would love to make an big infinity scarf!
I just would love the chance to knit with this yarn, after feeling it and finding how knits in a sample I'd then chose what to knit. I wouldn't waste any of it, yummy yarn :-)
Thank you for the chance to dream of what to knit with this treasure trove! I would knit a scarf to caress my face.
Thinking of Hallowe'en...I would make a small shawl using all different stitches and shades which would be so ugly it would be beautiful! Think witches shawl ...heh, heh, heh! Can't wait to see you in Woodstock!
A fair-isle based scarf, hat, and mitts (if possible).
I would love to make fingerless gloves, a smoke ring or cowl, and/or a hat :-)
The blanket you made. Thank you :-)
What a wonderful lot of yarn! I would knit a wide and fluffy lace pattern scarf with hat. I really like the light, natural tones that would be suitable with most other colours.
I would knit mittens and a scarf maybe :) So nice that you are having this giveaway!
Scrumptious! 330 grams would be enough to knit a shawl, and a mobius cowl.
A luxurious infinity scarf. I would never take it off! Thanks for the chance!
I still think entrelac when I see all the beautiful naturals, but I also get the dying itch. I'd split the pile in half and satisfy both halves of my split personality.
I think I would knit a warm shawl for me to wear in the cold months to come
Two of my beloved family have recently moved overseas, where the winters can be bitterly cold. As they are truly itch-averse, I'd knit them a huge light warm shawl and scarf, with hats and gloves to match to keep them snug and warm!
I would knit a yummy, squishy cowl, and a matching hat.
I'd start with a smoke ring for my daughter in the Yukon. Next would be a fine pair of mitts to go inside a heavy felted pair. Then a watchman style cap for her partner.And then on and on until this pile was exhausted, and I know they are both surrounded in warmth.
lace shawl, beautiful lace shawl
Hat and mitts and maybe a cowl. I'm a tight knitter.
Mel you won ! Congratulations pls contact me by email so i can get these yarns in the mail.
A lovely lace shawl sounds good.
I'll tell you. This time I want a jacket. Something like a Chanel jacket or a beautiful Mrs. Garter.asteride on Ravelry
I'd knit a shawl or cowl with yarns as soft as these.
Mobeious cowl (not sure I'm spelling that right) gloves and a hat.
I would knit elbow length gloves for the upcoming winter :)
I just had to scrape ice off the windshield. I'd make a bunch really warm mitts and hats.
I would knit a set hat and cowl. Thanks for your generosity, great giveaway.
I'd pair it off with a coloured yarn and knit something double-sided - with nice soft warm qiviut on the inside. :)
I would knit the world's softest, coziest shawl, then wrap myself up in it an not come out until next Spring! :)
A beautiful lap blanket to keep me warm when sitting up late with my knitting.
Norwegian wristers, fine gloves, and an open lacework shawl!!
A luxury hooded cape and some awesome mitts, Harry Potter style!
I would knit fingerless gloves and a scarf.
I'd knit a nice lacy shawl... to keep me warm as winter is approaching!
I think a sampler blanket/throw would be super nice. I have never knit with this so idk for sure if that is a good idea or not.I'd love to see what this feels like to touch and see what it inspires me to knit, if not a throw/blanket. :)
The subtle variations and sheen call to me as an entrelac lace shawl.
I would knit some awesome socks and mittens
Socks and scarves. Fingers crossedsherryglover1 on RAV