Beloved “The Yarn Thing Podcast” host and well-known crochet and knitwear designer extraordinaire Marlaina “Marly” Bird offers an exciting, modern assortment of afghans and accessories, along with more than 20 wooly projects in her new book Cold Weather Crochet: 21 Cozy Garments, Accessories and Afghans to Keep You Warm! And I got my hands on 2 copies - one for me, and another for one of you!
Cold Weather Crochet: 21 Cozy Garments, Accessories, and Afghans to Keep You Warm By Marly Bird
Published by Interweave/F+W; $22.99
CLICK HERE to purchase on Interweave
CLICK HERE to purchase on Amazon US
Read on for the review and giveaway!
I'm lucky enough to consider Marly a friend - as are many people! And so I was thrilled when I got the chance to review her new book!
Cold Weather Crochet includes 21 patterns for afghans, garments, and accessories like hats, gloves, shawls, slippers, and cowls - and many are easy enough for beginners, while others are a little tastier! It's a great balance of skill levels, and looks!
And they aren't just for cold weather, either. Many of the pieces can be worn year round, like the Lace Motif Wrap!
I had to give one of them a try - though it was hard to pick one! But I had exactly the yarn needed to make the Pewter Slouch Hat!
And tada! It was super fun to make, with Lion Brand Angora Merino. The directions were well written, but the chart made it even easier! And the stitch pattern is beautiful. It was super fun to make!
Want a copy of Cold Weather Crochet of your own? Click the links above to purchase one direct from Interweave or from Amazon US - or enter to win one below!
The Cold Weather Crochet Giveaway on Moogly is open WORLDWIDE and ends 2/29/16 at 12:15am CST - I'll be shipping this one out myself! To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below. If you are on mobile and have difficulty entering, please use a desktop computer to enter. Only the email option is mandatory – all other options are optional, for bonus entries only.
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I tried to enter my email address for the contest and I got as far as at and it acted as though I had typed the full address are you able to help me with this?
I was able to cut and paste it in there, maybe that will work for you?
Living in Minnesota, I think my entries should count double 😉 - we've cornered the market on cold weather!