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Tutorial: Block a Cowl in 3 Minutes Or Less!

Today on the blog we'll be using some of our favorite Knitter's Pride blocking tools to block a cowl in  3 minutes or less! Note, this assumes that you've already soaked your cowl in warm water and pressed the water out.

Once your cowl is ready to be blocked you'll need three tools: Knitter's Pride Lace Blocking Mats, Steel Wires, and our new Knit Blockers.



Next, insert through the opening of the cowl, with one at each end. 

Secure the wires into place with two of the smaller Knit Blocker combs in the corners of the cowl. 

 Use the larger combs to pin the top and the bottom of the cowl into straight lines. 

 And voila! Now you just need to wait for your cowl to dry, unpin, and wear! 

 Giveaway

Enter to win your own set of Knitter's Pride Knit Blockers! To enter to win leave a comment telling us why you need Knit Blockers in your life. We'll choose one lucky winner on Friday, March 27th! 










170 comments:

  1. Well, at the moment I use wires which I finally acquired, and simple straight/sewing pins which is far from ideal. These blockers look amazing, almost magical in how easy they would make blocking!

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  2. I really dislike blocking. I knit a project and either never block it, or it sits for weeks and weeks before I finally force myself to block the piece. For me it's the worst part of knitting. Anything to make it easier would be so helpful. I would love to give these a try. Savannagal on Rav.

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  3. I'm currently in the middle of knitting a replica of one of the Fourth Doctor's scarves. They tend to be incredibly long. Mine might end up being 22 feet long! A blocking kit would be very helpful in blocking my project when I eventually finish it.

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  4. I am finishing up teacher gifts for the end of the year right now. I finally acquired my own set of blocking mats and these would be a lovely companion as I am going to have a lot of blocking on my hands. :-)

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  5. I have about a qazillion WIPs waiting to be blocked, because I truly hate t-pins. I'd actually be able to wear some of my creations if I had these blockers!

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  6. I would love to be able to get my shawls to look more professionally blocked because I have such a hard time with blocking and these look fabulous!

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  7. I would love to try these. I use t-pins right now, and it takes forever on some of these larger projects. (Sorry if this appears more than once; I seem to have having trouble getting it to publish.)

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  8. I need those to block my shawls and cowls

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  9. I need these blockers because I could spend more time knitting and reduce my blocking time!!

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  10. I would really love to have these Knit Blockers since I found my t-pins rusted in a washcloth I knit. I never want that to happen again.

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  11. I have never blocked anything. It scares me. Seeing this tutorial with rose pins I feel I can do it and not mess it up.

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  12. I have used push pins and a towel this would make my life easier

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  13. Can't wait to block...I just need that Knitter's Pride blocking set and I'll be able to block to my heart's content...

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  14. I knit shawls and have never used tools to block, I just lay flat push around to shape and let dry. Sometimes I use wet cloth and low heat iron. These tools would be so much faster and easier.

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  15. I have no idea how to block items. This would be awesome to learn with.

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  16. I don't block as much as I should because using all the T-pins is time consuming. I would love to have a set of these to go with my blocking wires to make blocking something I would look forward to doing at the finish of my projects.

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  17. These look awesome. Blocking would be so much easier!

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  18. Wow. These would be so much better than T-pins. Along with my blocking wires, they might even make blocking fun!

    ericahb on Ravelry

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  19. I don't block as often as I should because I don't have the tools to do the job properly. This system looks like it would be fast and easy to block my knits.

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  20. I would finally have a place to block other than my floor using towels.

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  21. Anything that can make blocking easier!!! I Need!!! Those pins are awesome!!

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  22. These look like the perfect solution to blocking without the usual points caused by pins. They also would make the blocking process faster. Blocking makes a huge difference in how our knitted items look .... the professional touch. If I am not the lucky winner, I am sure I will look for their availability on site. Thanks for another knitting aid.

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  23. Wow! I just finished knitting a cowl and will be ready to begin my next one shortly. Your instructions will make it so easy to block these two items. Thank you!

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  24. I really need these because I have such a time trying to get my blocking straight! These are a God's send! :)

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  25. These pins look ideal! I'm thinking they could transform me from a blocking novice to expert pretty fast. Thank you for the tutorial. I am a visual learner.

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  26. I am in favor of anything that makes blocking easier. These would really speed up pinning the long side of a shawl.

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  27. Love Knitter's Pride. I've never blocked any of my knitting due to not having the proper tools. This would be a great win. Thank you.

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  28. The blockers look really cool. That's why I WANT them!

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  29. sooo much easier, more efficient than the individual pins

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  30. battling with the wires to make straight edges is a hassle, these combs look awesome!

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  31. I have never 'blocked' before and often wondered what it was all about. Now that I have seen this blog post not only do I know but I know that I want to do it with the Knitters Pride equipment.

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  32. These blockers will make it so much faster to block my knitted garments. Keeping those straight edges will be a snap. I hope I'm the lucky winner!

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  33. I would love to win these so I can get a more professional look on all of my knit and crochet projects. I only have blocked pinning my project on the top of my bed.

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  34. I would love, love love to win these so I can stop having to use my carpet and bed top to block my knit and crochet projects. It works but does not have the professional look that I would like.

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  35. Blockers look great. AnneLena on Rav.

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  36. Oh how I'd love to win these blockers. I could finally complete numerous shawls, scarves etc. awaiting the dreaded blocking process. These would definitely eliminate the dread.

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  37. Oooh, I would just love to win the blockers. I have made a lot of scarves and shawls, and I know these would be so much easier than the wires and T pins. Thank you for making this offer!

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  38. I live in a very small house with little room to block large projects so I tend to knit small. I'd love this set! Thank you.

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  39. I live in a very small house with little room to block large projects so I tend to knit small. I'd love this set! Thank you.

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  40. Blockers will take the "irregularity" out of using individual pins and get me back to my next project faster!

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  41. I use wires with Tpins on a number of items but tend to get little areas particularly around corners that poke out. The t pins work well for shawls etc. but I can see a number of projects that would be so much easier to block with these blockers.

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  42. I use wires with Tpins on a number of items but tend to get little areas particularly around corners that poke out. The t pins work well for shawls etc. but I can see a number of projects that would be so much easier to block with these blockers.

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  43. I am new to knitting and and believe these would help in learning how to knit my projects.

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  44. I need Knit Blockers because all I have is cardboard and regular pins.

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  45. I need Knit Blockers because all I have is cardboard and regular pins.

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  46. They would be so helpful. I knit a lot of shawls and they would make my blocking job easier! Please pick me!

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  47. I used to block very rarely. Since I have acquired some blocking pads, I block more often when needed. Blocking is always a chore I rather not do. Anything that makes the experience easier is greatly appreciated. With wires and your blocking pins, blocking will be almost fun. I have several shawls and all the pieces to a Brioche cardigan that are waiting for these tools.

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  48. I need a knit blocking set because I block all of my projects on my bed and I keep poking myself with the left over T pins I can't see and I have to sleep in a wet bed. A better system need to happen.

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  49. I would love to have the Blocking Set of Knitter's Pride because it looks AMAZING ! Besides, it will go good with my Knitteer's Pride needles :) Thanks so much

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  50. Wow, that beats pinning and pinning and pinning! Would love a set!

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  51. It would encourage me to block my backlog of knitted items. Amazing new product, not like anything I've seen.

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  52. I tried to leave a comment earlier and it got lost when I tried to assign a profile in order to post it but I will try again because I would really like to win this item. I am single mom who knits and crochet in beginning for therapy but now for a source of income and to give back as well. It a my attempt as a means to money because I was a victim in a car accident that left me permanently disabled. The other driver was found guilty in a court of law but nothing was awards; not even the on-going medical expenses. The experience has left me in a bad way that was not too good to begin with but I always try to see the glass half full. I make a lot of items for various charities and those in need because helping other gives me great joy and take my mind off my own troubles. It is my way of paying it forward in a sense. So winning the blocking tool will greatly benefit not only myself but the many other who also touches by the classes, donations, and volunteer service of knitting events and other aspect of my craft. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  53. Because I am very OCD and blocking takes forever because I want to pin EVERY SINGLE INCH! So if I had the blocking pins it would go much quicker and I would then have more time to knit, or blog, or play games, or snack, or go shopping for more Knitter's Pride products! Yeah, that last one, that's the ticket.

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  54. I would love to win from knitters pride, I love your stuff

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  55. Blocking is my nemesis. My pieces usually look better before I block them. I need help! I really need help. Please help me! Help me please! I bet if I won I would get the help I need. Help me, Please!

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  56. Please, please pick me. I am a new knitter who has never blocked but need to learn. Your products and videos have been so helpful to me.

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  57. I'm intimidated by blocking but these pincers look like it would make it an easy process. Please pick me! :)

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  58. I need a blocking set because my husband is tired of finding my T-pins all over the floor and on his side of the bed! I would love to win a set.

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  59. I need them so I can stop using push pins. Lol

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  60. With these pins and some blocking pads, I'd be able to set up my blocking where my dogs cant get at it!!!

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  61. I love to knit and all things knitting!
    AND that's why I NEED "Knitters Pride" Blocking Pins

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  62. I have two projects ready to block and these blocking pins are what I need!

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  63. The moment I saw these I knew that I had to have them, having blocked large wraps with dozens of pins (never enough I might add) is soooooo tedious! These look amazing and seeing them gives you a 'duh' moment. As in, "why hasn't someone thought of this before?!" Plus I'm about 24 rows from finishing my Viajante and these would be perfect for it!

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  64. I need these blockers because it appeals to the part of me that likes everything efficient and orderly. I love how you have so much more control over straightness of edges by using combs instead of pins. Genius! I really need to try these!

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  65. I would love these blockers because I've just discovered the art of blocking and have found it really does wonders for my knitting projects. I am building up my collection of knitting accessories and these would be a great addition. My latest purchase was a set of Knitters Pride Interchangeable Circular Needles which are fantastic! Thank You!

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  66. I never blocked anything before (never knew I had to) but now that I started knitting again and found out I need to block I really would appreciate using the right tools. My towel on the floor method is really not great. I have your Dreamz needles and love them, so I know I would really enjoy your blocking tools as well

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  67. I am a "Senior Knitter" and find blocking is literally a pain in my neck and shoulders.It takes me so long to place all those individual pins I do not look forward to putting the final touches to my work.
    Knitter's Pride knit blockers would be much more efficient and effective and help me complete my blocking in less time and more comfort.Would love to win some :)

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  68. After my stroke I took up knitting to improve my manual dexterity and I'm now hooked. I haven't stopped knitting and still need to add all the accessories. I bought some pins but have no wires or those great blockers. I've found blocking shawls, my first sweater, and a wool afghan a real challenge without them. Here's wishing ...

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  69. I don't have much experience in blocking and I'm very critical of my finished work…this would definitely help me perfect my skills!

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  70. Next to the kitchener stitch, I'm kinda terrified of blocking an item, as I'm still a new knitter. Don't get me wrong, I've done my Doctor Who scarf, and knitted a cowl and a couple of hoodies, but blocking seems intimidating.So I'm thinking if I had these rather sweet blocking bars, I'll be blocking like a pro!

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  71. Don't know much about blocking so would love to learn.

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  72. I need these blocking tools! I teach classes for my mom's shop (she is 84!), and often block items for my students. These tools would make it so much easier. I could even have a class in how to block!

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  73. I love knitting lace scarves/ shawls but don't like blocking. These might help!

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  75. I knit and crochet almost constantly and I believe in blocking everything. I encourage my knit students to black everything they make too. After all the work it takes to make something, our FOs deserve to be treated right!

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  76. I'm getting close to finishing all the squares for an afghan I'm knitting and I need to block them before I can seam them and knit the border. These look like high quality tools and I'd love to have them :)

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  77. I'd love to learn how to knit lace--then I'd need these blockers!

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  78. Being a knew knitter, I have just learned I need to block some of the items I have made. These would be very helpful tools to finish my projects.

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  79. I'm just learning to block and I should start off with the best tools!

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  80. Why do I need them? Because they look so much easier to use than thousand of individual pins. And I bet they give more even tension so better results too.

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  81. I believe that good quality tools are important for crafting. I love the design of this blocking system. It makes blocking look easy. I would love to own this blocking system.

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  82. (Thought I posted before but it seems to be getting lost!) I want to be better at blocking. These look like they'd make it easier. I'd even share them with my sister! I've been drooling over these for a while now!

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  83. I would love to win a set of those blockers! It would make my cowls that much better. It's difficult to block with pins and get an even distribution of 'pull' around the edges - these look perfect!

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  84. I knit a lot of shawls and could these blocking pins.

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  85. Have you ever tried to block something with two children and a cat? Anything that speeds up the process is appreciated.

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  87. Would love to win these! Am using pins right now...

    kschmittendorf@cox.net

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  88. I have too many projects to block to old fashion way with pins. These fancy new blockers would change my life, I could get all my projects blocked FAST! Thank you.

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  89. Anything that shortens the time that I spend crawling around on the floor trying not to kneel on pins needs to be on my world!

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  90. As a newer knitter I am trying to learn as much as I can and gather the necessary tools to be successful. I've been drooling after these since they came out!!! Would LOVE to win!

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  91. I need them to block my shawls and cowls
    sparky136 on Ravelry

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  92. I need Knitter's pride knit blockers because my scarfs and cowls are always wobbly, even after I block them. Cables and some fancy stitches always pull my work in... Thanks!!!

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  93. I am constantly giving away my knitting but with all that knitting I've never quiet figured out how to make blocking easier. This method looks so much easier then what I had been doing!

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  94. Time! Oh, the time to be saved. Thanks so much for the great creation and the giveaway thereof.

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  95. I need these to give that truly professional look to my garments! Pins are difficult to work with, not to mention time-consuming!

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  96. I need these blockers because let's face it.. they are just cool!

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  97. I need these blockers, they would make blocking so much easier.

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  98. These look much simpler than the blockers I currently use.

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  99. I need them because I usually end up getting poked when using my current blocking method (sewing pins on a beach towel) :)

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  100. I need these blockers to block my irregularly shaped Windward shawl, knit with Madeline Tosh Sock. They would be a great addition to my blocking wires. lynnesome on Ravelry

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  101. I need these so I can quit bugging my husband to help me block LOL ;) I'm getting ready to block my Downton mkal shawl and these would be sooo helpful!

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  102. I need these because I have no blocking system and would like to be able to block my knitted and crocheted items.😄

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  103. Why do I need these in my life? To restore my pride and posture. My achin' back, after bending over pin after pin after lonely pin . . . And the unplanned "points" on some of my knits are cause for shame. rmccoyer on ravelry

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  104. I need these because I am a shawl knitting, shawl crocheting maniac!!

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  105. I need these because right now I am blocking with bent straight pins. There has to be an easier way!

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  106. I need these because right now I am blocking with bent straight pins. There has to be an easier way!

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  107. I just finished a shawl and have been putting off the blocking, this would help out tremendously

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  108. I need genius in my knitting life and these are genius! How did I not think of these? :-)

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  109. I need these because anything that makes blocking easier is going to make me more likely to block!

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  110. I would love to win these because I never bought any blocking devices whatsoever and I knit every day and I design and I sometimes sell my stuff and I'm sort of lazy when it comes to blocking so I would use these because they are so CUTE!

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  111. These Knit Blockers look like they would make blocking fun. Right now I have so many projects just sitting in bags because I hate blocking. Maybe I wouldn't procrastinate if I had these beauties!

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  112. I need these blockers! I've ended up blocking by laying my stuff on the floor on top of a towel while their wet. sad, I need to win :-)

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  113. I need these because I am the laziest blocker ever. I don't feel confident that I'm going to get all the edges straight and so I have at least one item that has been knitted up for over a year and never blocked. Sad.

    globalite on Ravelry

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  114. I need these because I am the laziest blocker ever. I don't feel confident that I'm going to get all the edges straight and so I have at least one item that has been knitted up for over a year and never blocked. Sad.

    globalite on Ravelry

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  115. I knit and crochet a lot of blankets and this would help block them faster and easier!

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  116. How genius! I would use them to block handspun shawls and cowls. These would make things SO much easier! Thank you for the chance

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  117. Yes I could defiantly use these! I have never seen them until today! Amazing idea!

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  118. Anything to make blocking better would be great!

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  119. These would be great to add to my arsenal of knitting supplies!

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  121. Using the individual pins takes forever and I pull to hard so that straight edges are perforated by points at irregular intervals! Those blocking pins would be a welcomed time and straight line saver!

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  122. I love KP products, especially the dpn's for socks and interchangeable needles for shawls. I do a lot of blocking; these pins would be a great addition to my blocking setup.

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  123. Wow these look fabulous! I just started working with lace weight thread and yarns and I really have no supplies. This would be awesome!

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  124. I need these because they would make spreading the love so much better! As an active philanthropist and avid knitter, I decided to combine what I love - I started a charity knit & crochet club in my highschool eons ago that donated matching scarves, hats and mitts to teen moms and their children, and then started a blanket-square group when I moved to Kingston for univeristy. The little Etsy shop I run, plus things I sell through school help me pay for my schooling and I donation a portion of all proceeds to the Kingston Youth Shelter in Ontario, Canada. During the summer I use crochet & weaving techniques to teach kids how to turn milkbags into sleeping mats and how to finger knit! I also teach knitting workshops at Minotaur in Kingston and focus on mindfullness knitting since it is a university town and many of my attendees are looking for a stress reliever! I LOVE spreading the joy of knitting to anyone that will benefit. I'd like these blockers so I can sell more, donate more, and teach more!

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  125. These are genius! They would make blocking so much easier, quicker and straighter! Can't wait to win or buy a pair.

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  126. I knit a lot of sweaters, and these blockers would be a big help!

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  127. These look as if they would be a great improvement over pins and blocking wires.

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  128. I have a lot of small items I've been finishing so these would be a big help in getting the job done!

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  129. I don't have any blocking tools at the moment, these would be very helpful!

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  130. I have a large backlog of shawls that need blocking before I can wear them

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  131. I need them to get past my fear of incorrectly blocking my projects.

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  132. i would love these! The last thing I blocked with T-pins ended up with pointy bits.

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  133. I would like to see Knit Blockers would give me a straighter edge than my usual method of T-pins and wires.

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  134. I block all of my projects but I only have mats and T-pins! I like giving my knits a professional finish so I would love these!

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  135. Using this blocking set would improve the quality of my finished knitting projects.

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  136. Blocking wires would help me tremendously with blocking all the lovely shawls that I've started to knit.

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  137. I currently use blocking wires and T pins. The Knit Blockers would certainly add to the professional finish of my items. Would love to have these.

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  138. These look amazing! I am still learning blocking techniques and these would be great to have! I use pins and the mats and have a hard time with the pins.

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  139. I have a bad back. I'm in constant pain. Being bent over a project trying block with T-Pins is a long agonizing process. These would shorten the process making it much less painless AND making it look much more professional

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  140. I have a tendency to loose my pins; plus, I tend to struggle with keeping in a straight line or even tension when blocking. I think these would be a lifesaver!

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  141. I *need* these. Despite my best efforts, i rarely get that crisp edge that comes from perfectly placed pins. But with the knit blockers? Well I just might have a chance ... :-)

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  142. would love these for blocking my cowls I'm knitting for gifts next year.

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  143. I need these blockers because when I use pins I never seem to keep my edges straight. These would keep me on the straight and narrow.

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  144. I need these because *gasp* I have never blocked anything before!
    Ravelry: Kimert

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  145. I have been using T pins to block my pieces, they are difficult at best and downright obnoxious at worst. These blockers would make my life soooo much easier!!

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  146. Those pins are CLEVER! Whoever thought of that deserves a round of applause. I've only got a couple projects that have needed blocking, but I'm always anxious when I use pins (for knitting or sewing). I'm afraid of misplacing one and it being discovered by the little hands in my house. Or my feet!
    I'll be putting these on my wishlist!

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  147. Who wouldn't like these? Would make blocking so much easier!

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  148. I have a set of your interchangeable knitting needles and LOVE them, so I know I would appreciate and like your blocking tools.

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  149. These would make blocking so much easier!!!

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  150. They would make my finished items look professional. I would then recommend them to others and your sales would increase :-)

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  151. I have been blocking everything by pinning my projects to my carpet. I need this system!

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  152. I love to knit lace! These seem like they could be quite helpful in getting a good, quick block. I'd love to get the chance to try them out!

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  153. Love lace knitting but I can't handle all the blocking! need these wires to simply my blocking!!!!

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  154. I've only just recently blocked a couple of items and absolutely love the effect on my finished project - these pins would be so much easier than the straight pins i've used and the wires are ingenious and a great time saver

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  155. wow- what a fab giveaway-these would just make life so much easier-I need this innovative set of tools to attain a more polished and professional finish to all my craft-crochet & knit

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  156. I've been going cowl crazy this winter and would love to try out these blockers

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  157. If it improves the way my knits look, I want it!

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  158. Wow!!! Wonderful invention!! I would LOVE to win these!

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  159. I desperately need to win this- I have (hanging my head in shame here) been blocking my knitting by pinning it to MY CRAFT ROOM WALL with push pins. I put waterproof contact paper on the wall and I pin all my knitting on the wall. It is hideous and embarrassing and if I had this set, I would CHERISH it and use it for every project.

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  160. I need these to block the beautiful I'll be finishing soon.

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  161. I have a shawl on my needles right now and it will need to be blocked. These would be perfect!!!

    Ravelry ID: simbaroo27

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  162. This looks like it "will" make blocking so much easier than how I do it now. If I had this, I think I would actually block more of my projects like you are recommended to do. Would love to have and give it a try.

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  163. I don't have any blocking tools and these look like they would work so well for scarves and hats.

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  164. I have never actually blocked anything. This would be a good chance to try.

    Ravelry ID: halcyon37

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  165. I am pretty new to knitting and haven't blocked anything. I am in the middle of knitting a shawl and have no idea how I will block it. The Knitting Blockers would relieve some of the anxiety I have about finishing this project.
    Thank you.

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  166. Oh excellent! I need these blockers because at the moment I have a tote full of scarfs and cowls that need blocking before wearing. Every time I think of how many pins I would need to empty that tote I have a mini panic attack and decide I should forget it for another day!

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  167. I need these blockers so I can block the huge back log of projects that I have that need to be blocked. It would be lovely to clear those off the to do list!

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  168. Hi,
    I have always put aside the task of blocking as it takes too much time and space. Now I need to finish blocking the dozen or so scarves and put them on sale. Looks like I missed my chance to win a blocking set. I would like to know where can I buy this in India and how much will it cost?

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