May 16 2016

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Book Giveaway Modern Vintage Crochet

UPDATE: Two winners have been selected: Hard copy goes to Mary Talerico and ecopy goes to Robin!!



Have you seen this new beautiful crochet book, Vintage Modern Crochet: Classic Crochet Lace Techniques for Contemporary Style  by Robyn Chachula? If no, you absolutely should! Robyn did it again! She put together a great collection of classic crochet lace for a modern world. I was very excited to be a part of it and when I saw the preview for the book and realized that my design has made the cover I was elated!



Would you like to receive a free copy? F+W media has generously offered an ebook and I personally will gift one copy.

To enter leave a comment below and tell me what you like to crochet and why would you like a copy of this book :). I will announce winners on May 25th.

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  1. Katelyn M

    I LOVE the cover sweater. I love to crochet cardigans but don’t do it enough. This book really shows how you can take the traditional stitches and work them in a way that fits our style today. I need to make it for my fall wardrobe! So glad it is part of this book. I think Robyn always does a wonderful job pulling together talented designers and beautiful work! Thanks for sharing with us. (Rah ID: zima21)

  2. Sureen

    As a child I used to watch my mother do the most intricate & delicate crochet work on this earth. She learnt her craft from her grandmother. I think that is why this book & the few pictures of Anastasia’s work I have seen, resonates with me.

    Today I am ever so sad that I didn’t take more note when my mother offered to teach me.

    As an adult I taught myself to crochet & would sincerely like to try my hand at the garments in this book. It would be like going back in time to a period where people still took pride in handmade items & more so, time didn’t hurry along so much.

    Just to be able to sit down & crochet again, while thinking on golden days of crafts. Pure therapy for the soul!

  3. Lisa

    I learned to crochet before I learned to knit…so crochet for me has been my first stress reliever and crafty love! <3 I'd like a copy of this book to enhance my crochet skills and honestly, anything vintage is always inspiring to me!

  4. Carmen N

    I love all sorts of different types of crochet projects – from amigurumi to afghans, hats to cowls. My all-time favorite items are doilies though. I love Robyn’s designs – they are so beautiful!

  5. craftyone

    I usually like designs by Robin Chachula. Her designs usually have updated look, which is the reason I hope I win this book.

  6. Mary Talerico

    I’ve just begun learning to crochet and would love to learn more!

  7. Marie Marden

    I love crocheting. It brings back so many memories of my grandmother. She taught me to crochet literally, at her knee. I crocheting Irish lace as well as older patterns that remind me of Grammy.

  8. Robin

    I never met the grandmother that created doilies but I did find her pattern books, scissors and hooks! She loved lace weight and I’m finally beginning to work with it. It’s quite different than working with worsted and it helps me slow down and appreciate the yarn. My mother always wanted me to crochet more delicate items. I’m sorry to say I didn’t do enough before she passed but I promised myself I would. This book would be a lovely addition to the collection I now have from my grandmother.

  9. Laura

    I love to crochet clothing, accessories, and baby items. I would love to win this book because there is nothing like leafing through a crochet pattern book to get my creative juices flowing, and all the gorgeous patterns in this book have my fingers itching to get started!! 🙂

  10. Ann

    I’ve mostly made hats, scarves, blankets and baby things in crochet. This book looks like the perfect way to learn to make something more challenging and beautiful to wear.

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