Crochet Wraps, Every Which Way Book Review and Giveaway

Do you love crochet wraps and shawls?
Do you love to crochet wraps and shawls?
Would you like to learn a new crochet technique with detailed instructions and photos? If your answer is YES, then Tammy Hildebrand‘s new book, Crochet Wraps, Every Which Way is a must purchase for you!
Crochet Wraps contains wraps and shawls for every occasion, using multiple types of yarn and utilizing six (6) different crochet techniques!
What more could a shawl lover and crocheter want?
Crochet Wraps is a new book published by Stackpole Books and has lots of beautiful photographs to browse through.
This crochet book has something for EVERY crocheter? Why? Because it not only has some beautiful patterns to crochet, it also has detailed instructions to learn six (6) different crochet techniques that you might not have tried in crochet before: Double-Ended Hook crochet, Broomstick Lace crochet, Hairpin Lace crochet, Motif crochet, Tunisian crochet and Traditional crochet. There are three (3) crochet patterns for each technique; one easy, one intermediate and one advanced. So you see, there is truly something for every crocheter in this book!

I LOVE the photo ‘Visual Index‘ featured at the back of the book, so you can see all the designs at a glance.
Browsing through the photo ‘Look Book‘ is truly like browsing through the actual book, so don’t miss it! It is a nice feature to have so you can view all the designs in this book before you purchase it.  
You can see some of my favorite designs below.

 
You Are My Sunshine


Cascading Rivers
Purple Passion
Waiting For Willow
Chianti
Pineapple
Mystic Stars
Sophisticated Lady

Our readers have a chance to win a copy of this book. All you need to do for a chance to win a copy of Crochet Wraps, is leave an email address (or some other way of contacting you!) in the COMMENTS. We will pick a random winner on 1/15/14. Without an email address, I cannot contact you in case you are the winner!

Review copy and giveaway copy of book supplied by Stackpole Books

Crochet Wraps, Every Which Way Book Review and Giveaway

Do you love crochet wraps and shawls?
Do you love to crochet wraps and shawls?
Would you like to learn a new crochet technique with detailed instructions and photos? If your answer is YES, then Tammy Hildebrand‘s new book, Crochet Wraps, Every Which Way is a must purchase for you!
Crochet Wraps contains wraps and shawls for every occasion, using multiple types of yarn and utilizing six (6) different crochet techniques!
What more could a shawl lover and crocheter want?
Crochet Wraps is a new book published by Stackpole Books and has lots of beautiful photographs to browse through.
This crochet book has something for EVERY crocheter? Why? Because it not only has some beautiful patterns to crochet, it also has detailed instructions to learn six (6) different crochet techniques that you might not have tried in crochet before: Double-Ended Hook crochet, Broomstick Lace crochet, Hairpin Lace crochet, Motif crochet, Tunisian crochet and Traditional crochet. There are three (3) crochet patterns for each technique; one easy, one intermediate and one advanced. So you see, there is truly something for every crocheter in this book!

I LOVE the photo ‘Visual Index‘ featured at the back of the book, so you can see all the designs at a glance.
Browsing through the photo ‘Look Book‘ is truly like browsing through the actual book, so don’t miss it! It is a nice feature to have so you can view all the designs in this book before you purchase it.  
You can see some of my favorite designs below.

 
You Are My Sunshine


Cascading Rivers
Purple Passion
Waiting For Willow
Chianti
Pineapple
Mystic Stars
Sophisticated Lady

Our readers have a chance to win a copy of this book. All you need to do for a chance to win a copy of Crochet Wraps, is leave an email address (or some other way of contacting you!) in the COMMENTS. We will pick a random winner on 1/15/14. Without an email address, I cannot contact you in case you are the winner!

Review copy and giveaway copy of book supplied by Stackpole Books