I’m so excited! My dear friend and mentor, Andee Graves, has a new book out, and I get to share it with you (and give a copy to one of you)! Andee makes absolutely lovely wraps all the time, and this book includes 6 new wraps to fall in love with.
Wraps for all Seasons is exactly that – 6 wraps that are each suitable for various seasons. Make them all and you will always have a couple for each season! Andee has designed them in various sizes and shapes, creating a nice variety of styles to choose from. I’m quite fond of the Frosty Mornings Crescent Shawl, as it is nice and big and looks so cozy for a chilly day, plus the stitches used are lovely. There really is something for everyone in this book. I could see myself wearing all of the shawls Andee has designed.
Of course, you can make your shawls in any colors you want, and you can even change the yarn used (but I recommend using the same weight and getting gauge). However, Andee has made wonderful color and yarn choices for the samples in the book, so you may find yourself making yours exactly as hers.
This book also features clear instructions and an illustrated stitch guide to help you along. All of the patterns carry an easy rating, so even someone new to crocheting can be stylish all year long. You can buy your own copy from Amazon HERE.
You may have noticed in the title that this post will include a giveaway. Annie’s has been kind enough to provide an extra book to giveaway to one of my USA readers.
To enter the Wraps for all Seasons Giveaway, you must be 18 years of age with a valid shipping address in the USA. Giveaway ends Nov. 17, 2016 at end of day eastern time. One winner will be contacted by email for their shipping address, at which point the winner will be sent a copy of Wraps for all Seasons. Winner must reply to notification email with a valid USA shipping address within 1 week or a new winner will be chosen.
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