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10/20/2013

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Carmen

My favorite is Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief - such elegance! Thanks for the giveaway (asimplehomestd on Rav)

Lois Richmond

I am a huge Alfred Hitchcock fan and one of my all time favorite movies is "To Catch a Thief" with Grace Kelly and Cary Grant. Who doesn't LOVE Grace Kelly: actress turned Princess - every girl's dream and Cary Grant; well, 'nough said. Grace Kelly was also awesome with Jimmy Stewart in "Rear Window". I actually have many, many Hitchcock movies on DVD and I watch them frequently. Thanks for offering a giveaway. I'd love to have this e-book.

Liz

Hmmm...I have to confess that while loving the book patterns, I'm not sure I've seen any Hitchcock films. So I don't think I have a heroine to name. Sounds like something to remedy while knitting. :)

Miss Agnes

I am an absolute Hitchcock fan and have nearly all his movies. I love Grace Kelly in Rear Window for her fantastically gorgeous clothes, but my favorite heroines are from the English period, particularly Margaret Lockwood in The Lady Vanishes, desperately trying to understand why everyone is lying to her in a great spy thriller.
I would love to win this book both for the beautiful patterns and the great references to one of my favorite movie directors.

Sheryl

To be completely honest I`ve only ever seen Psycho so I do not have a favourite Hitchcock heroine but I love ALL of the patterns in this book.

Savannagal

Oh, I love The Birds and Tippi Hedren. What a great movie. I've seen it many times and it's always just as scary as the first time.

Ann Devine

Kim Novak in Vertigo! I always found The Birds heroine a bit too restrained. These are some fantastic patterns; thnaks for offering this giveaway.
AnnBan on Rav

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