Fans of Robyn Chachula have been waiting for this book. An entire book of NEW Chachula sweaters that beg to be crocheted! As a bonus this book also contains four sweaters designed by a few of our favorite crochet designers!
Not only is this book filled with beautifully designed sweaters, but Robyn gives us incite into her methods of garment construction. She helps us to begin to understand the basics of crochet design.
The Introduction alone is chock full of information and tips, giving us an understanding of some of the essentials of crocheting a sweater that truly fits.
We are introduced to four basic garment types with techniques for several variations of each style. There are sixteen sweater designs in all. At the start of each pattern, we are told exactly how this garment will be crocheted and constructed, allowing for a deeper understanding of the design before we even begin to crochet.
A few of the designs are intricate, but are broken down into manageable steps to help ensure success.
Blueprint Crochet Sweaters is not a book on how to design sweaters from scratch, but is full of many helpful hints to get you started. I love Robyn's light, welcoming writing style. It can almost seem as if she is sitting right next to you, helping with each step.
Continue below to see a sampling of some of the projects in this book and read about how you can win a copy of this book from Interweave, then check out this link to Robyn's own BLOG, where she discusses SIZING for the book.
|Burnt Plaid Dress by Robyn Chachula|
|Magnolia Top by Robyn Chachula|
|Cranberry Cardigan by Robyn Chachula|
|Smoky Cropped Top by Drew Emborsky|
|Ruby Cropped Cardi by Marlaina Bird|
|Stormy Lace Tunic by Robyn Chachula|
|Veronica Pullover by Kristin Omdahl (Cover Design)|
Would you like a chance to win a copy of Blueprint Crochet Sweaters? Comment below with your EMAIL ADDRESS. PLEASE do not forget to leave me your email address. I cannot contact the winner without it!
One lucky winner will be drawn at random on August14, 2013.
DISCLAIMER: Interweave/F&W Media provided the review copy and also the giveaway copy for this blog.