Win a Copy of Delicate Crochet in Our Pattern Book Giveaway

Update 12/9/2018: Our original giveaway winner did not respond to my email, so we selected a new winner:


Lisa RIchardson said, “Most of the projects are ones I can see myself doing, but I fell in love with the lacy fingerless gloves!!”


Congrats, Lisa!


I wrote out all the entrants’ names and comment numbers on slips of paper, then I let my 3-year-old draw one name out of the basket. Lisa, your name was the one she drew — so check your email, and get ready to receive a brand new copy of Delicate Crochet. I hope you’ll enjoy it!


THANKS so much to everyone who participated in our giveaway!


Hello everyone! Today is November 2, 2018; and I’m among the crowd of people who are counting the days until the release of Sharon Hernes Silverman’s latest crochet pattern book called Delicate Crochet. We’re expecting to have copies of the book in our hands soon — just in time for the Christmas gift-giving season!


In the meanwhile, how about a fun giveaway?


Win a Copy of Delicate Crochet in Our Pattern Book Giveaway! Delicate Crochet is a brand new pattern book by Sharon Hernes Silverman, published by Stackpole Books
Win a Copy of Delicate Crochet in Our Pattern Book Giveaway! Delicate Crochet is a brand new pattern book by Sharon Hernes Silverman, published by Stackpole Books

I invite you to check out some information about this book to see if the crochet patterns included would be ones you’d enjoy. Imagine how the yarns would feel in your hands as you’re crocheting with them…and imagine how these projects would work into your wardrobe — or your gift recipients’ wardrobes, if you crochet for loved ones.


If you decide the book is one that would be useful to you, I hope you’ll participate in the giveaway — and perhaps even consider buying copies of the book for yourself and any of your friends who crochet. Read on for more info about the book, and more giveaway details!

Delicate Crochet includes 23 patterns for wearable women’s projects, all of which can be hand crocheted using delicate, lovely yarns. The book includes helpful step-by-step technique photos and tutorials showing you what to do to achieve success with these projects.


One lucky winner will receive a copy of this title, compliments of Stackpole Books and Sharon Silverman. The winner will be randomly selected from among qualifying comments on this blog post.


Important Disclosure: I contributed 2 patterns to this book, and Stackpole Books is planning to provide me with a couple of contributor copies of the book. So, if you view my preview of Delicate Crochet, please do keep in mind that it is NOT an unbiased review (which is what you normally get when you read my crochet book reviews.) Instead, think of it as a PREVIEW of the book being shared by a proud and excited contributor.

Want to win this book? Here’s how to get an entry in the drawing:

  • Scroll down and take a look at the photos of the projects.
  • Leave a comment telling us which project(s) in the book you’d be most excited to make! (To my regular readers — You can be totally honest in your answers. Please do not feel obligated to choose one of my projects; my feelings will not be hurt in the least if you choose one of the others. In fact, I’m pretty excited about making a bunch of the projects designed by the other contributors — so I will definitely share your enthusiasm for whichever of these projects you choose.)
  • Be sure to include a functioning email address (one that you actually check!) when you comment — so we have a way to contact you if you win the book. If you win, please be sure to respond to the email notification within 48 hours — otherwise a new winner will be chosen. If you enter your email address in the spot where our WordPress blogging software directs you to enter it, it will not be displayed with your comment. For your own privacy, PLEASE do not put your email address in the text of your actual comment.
  • Post your comment any time before Saturday, December 1, 2018, midnight (Eastern Standard Time.)
  • If all goes according to plan, we’ll contact the winner by email shortly thereafter — and the winner will be announced on the blog sometime the week of December 2.

Important Notes: This giveaway is open to anyone in the world who is not prohibited from entering by local, state or national law in their area. Void where prohibited by law.

Delicate Crochet: 23 Light and Pretty Designs for Shawls, Tops and More by Sharon Hernes Silverman, Published by Stackpole Books

What You Need to Know About This Crochet Pattern Book:

Delicate Crochet pattern book by Sharon Hernes Silverman, published by Stackpole Books
Delicate Crochet pattern book by Sharon Hernes Silverman, published by Stackpole Books


Copyright Date: December, 2018


ISBN 13: 978-0811719889


ISBN 10: 081171988X


Book Format: Softcover / Trade Paperback


Number of Pages: 176

This Book’s Main Focus:

The phrase in the title, “Delicate Crochet”, gives you a hint at this book’s contents. The projects in this book are all delicate, wearable wardrobe pieces for ladies: sweaters, tops, shawls, wraps, scarves, accessories and even a skirt. You’ll find that numerous lacy, feminine details are included. Check out the pictures below to get a better understanding of the crochet patterns you’ll find in Delicate Crochet.

Crochet Projects Included in This Book:

I counted a total of…

  • 8 crochet patterns for shawls, wraps and ponchos
  • 8 Crochet patterns for tops, sweaters and cardigans
  • 4 Crochet cowl and scarf patterns
  • 1 Crochet skirt pattern
  • 1 Crochet necklace pattern
  • 1 Crochet pattern for fingerless gloves

That’s a total of 23 GORGEOUS projects featured in Delicate Crochet — enough pretty new clothes and accessories to completely revamp your wardrobe.

Read on to see pictures of all these projects. I’ll start by sharing the two projects I contributed to Delicate Crochet:

Elegant Trios Bead Crochet Necklace Pattern

Elegant Trios Bead Crochet Necklace by Amy Solovay for Delicate Crochet, Published by Stackpole Books
Elegant Trios Bead Crochet Necklace by Amy Solovay for Delicate Crochet, Published by Stackpole Books

My Mama always told me never to buy junk jewelry.


“It’s a waste of money”, she says.


And it’s true that you can waste a lot of money on pieces that will break the first time you wear them, or turn your skin green.


Fine jewelry — jewelry made using precious metals or precious stones — usually costs more; but it also tends to retain its value in the long term.


As I was designing my project contributions for Delicate Crochet, I knew I wanted to submit a necklace as one of my two project contributions. But, I had a hard time choosing the materials I’d use for the necklace. I wanted the project to be so fabulously special, so remarkable and so unique that it would become a go-to piece in the wardrobe of any crocheter who decided to make it. And I wanted the piece I came up with to have lasting value — to be worth the time and effort


At the time I designed this necklace, the only retail store I had within easy visiting distance was a Walmart. So off to Walmart I went to check out the beads. Somehow, as I looked at the selection of beads Walmart offered in their craft section, none of them seemed quite special enough for the necklace I wanted to create.


In fact, they mostly seemed like the junk my mom warned me not to waste money on — lots of plastic beads, and the few glass beads that were available weren’t consistent in size.


I thought to myself, “The buyers of this book deserve better.”


So I left Walmart empty-handed and turned to the internet to find better beads.


I looked at hundreds (or maybe even thousands?) of different bead assortments before it occurred to me that I should search for gold or silver beads. And after I had that inspiration, it didn’t take long at all to find the beads I knew I wanted to use for this necklace:


14-Karat Gold-Plated Beads and Toggle for Jewelry Making
14-Karat Gold-Plated Beads and Toggle for Jewelry Making

They’re delicate, sophisticated, 14-Karat gold-plated beads that add visual interest to the necklace without being gaudy or overwhelming.


Perfect! Just the effect I was hoping for.


The beads, combined with the truly stunning, soft, luxurious yet practical cotton yarn = the ideal combination for a necklace that’s comfortable, beautiful and valuable. It’s a project that I’m proud to offer you — one of the nicest creations I have ever designed.


I hope you’ll consider making one or more of these necklaces so you can experience the dreamy softness of the suggested yarn, Bio Sesia by Plymouth Yarns. It’s a gorgeous organic cotton yarn that I’ve simply fallen in love with. I’ve made more than a dozen variations on this necklace, using up just about every scrap piece of yarn I had in the right general weight range — but so far, my favorite is the project sample I made for the book using the Bio Sesia cotton and the Gold Elegance 14 karat gold plated beads.


I hope you’ll agree that the necklace is worthy of your crafting time. But, if the beads happen to be beyond your crafting budget, or not to your taste, don’t hesitate to try substitutes. I’ve tried crocheting this necklace with bunches of different types of beads, including glass seed beads and others. I’ve found that the pattern lends itself extremely well to being made with beads other than just the gold-plated round ones.

Another selling point: As far as crochet projects go, this is a fast one. If you need to crank out a whole bunch of gifts quickly, this pattern is definitely worth considering. I’m obviously biased, because this is a pattern I designed — but I think this project is definitely worth the small investment you need to make in time, yarn and beads.

Crochet Fingerless Gloves

Ruffled crochet fingerless gloves designed by Amy Solovay. The pattern for these fingerless gloves is included in Delicate Crochet by Sharon Hernes Silverman, published by Stackpole Books.
Ruffled crochet fingerless gloves designed by Amy Solovay. The pattern for these fingerless gloves is included in Delicate Crochet by Sharon Hernes Silverman, published by Stackpole Books.

I’ve designed bunches of different patterns for fingerless gloves, but this pair is one of the prettiest I’ve yet managed to come up with. They look fancy, but you’d be surprised at how easy they are to crochet.


The colorful speckled yarn is part of the reason these fingerless gloves turned out so special. Even if you use a really simple stitch pattern, like the ultra-simple crochet mesh stitch I’ve used to create the hands on the gloves, the yarn makes it look exquisite. Yet this yarn is surprisingly affordable, especially considering it’s handpainted.


The suggested yarn for this pattern is Hawthorne Speckle, a wool blend yarn which is available for sale at Knitpicks.


The easy mesh stitch is paired with a lacy ruffle, which helps to keep the crochet work interesting. It also adds an elegant touch to the finished project. The pattern has a crochet skill level rating of easy.


Don’t you think pairs of these fingerless gloves would make fabulous gifts for your female friends and relatives? If you’re inclined to make your own gifts, I think this pattern is one you’ll definitely want to consider using for that purpose.

Crochet Sweater, Top and Garment Patterns Featured in Delicate Crochet

Iced Silver Fox Crochet Sweater Pattern

Designed by Kristin Omdahl

Iced Silver Fox Crochet Sweater designed by Kristin Omdahl. The crochet pattern for this sweater is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Iced Silver Fox Crochet Sweater designed by Kristin Omdahl. The crochet pattern for this sweater is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Low-Back Crochet Lace Top Pattern

Designed by Kristin Omdahl

Low-Back crochet lace top designed by Kristin Omdahl. The crochet pattern for this gorgeous top is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Low-Back crochet lace top designed by Kristin Omdahl. The crochet pattern for this gorgeous top is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Muriel Lace Cardigan Pattern

Designed by Robyn Chachula

Muriel crochet lace cardigan pattern designed by Robyn Chachula. The crochet pattern for this lovely sweater is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Muriel crochet lace cardigan pattern designed by Robyn Chachula. The crochet pattern for this lovely sweater is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Palmy Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern

Designed by Rhonda Davis


Palmy crochet cardigan sweater pattern by Rhonda Davis for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Palmy crochet cardigan sweater pattern by Rhonda Davis for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Ziggy Vest

Designed by Vashti Braha

Ziggy crochet vest pattern by Vashti Braha for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Ziggy crochet vest pattern by Vashti Braha for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Lacy Sleeveless Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern

Designed by Marty Miller

Lacy Sleeveless Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern Designed by Marty Miller for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Lacy Sleeveless Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern Designed by Marty Miller for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Filet Crochet Pullover Sweater Pattern

Designed by Marty Miller

Filet Crochet Pullover Sweater Pattern Designed by Marty Miller for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Filet Crochet Pullover Sweater Pattern Designed by Marty Miller for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Flirt Short-Sleeved Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern

Designed by Karen McKenna

Flirt Short-Sleeved Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern Designed by Karen McKenna for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Flirt Short-Sleeved Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern Designed by Karen McKenna for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Crochet Shawl, Wrap and Poncho Patterns Featured in Delicate Crochet

Berrywine Crochet Wrap Pattern

Designed by Sharon Silverman


Berrywine Crochet Wrap Pattern  designed by Sharon Silvernman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Berrywine Crochet Wrap Pattern
designed by Sharon Silvernman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Blox Crochet Shawl Pattern

Designed by Sharon Silverman


Blox crochet shawl pattern by Sharon Silverman. If you want to crochet a shawl like this one, you'll find the pattern for it available in  Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Blox crochet shawl pattern by Sharon Silverman. If you want to crochet a shawl like this one, you’ll find the pattern for it available in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Damask Rose Crochet Wrap Pattern

Designed by Katya Novikova

Damask rose crochet lace wrap pattern by Katya Novikova. The crochet pattern for this wrap is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Damask rose crochet lace wrap pattern by Katya Novikova. The crochet pattern for this wrap is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Gentle Whisper Shawl

Designed by Judith Butterworth

Gentle Whisper crochet lace shawl pattern by Judith Butterworth. The crochet pattern for this shawl is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.
Gentle Whisper crochet lace shawl pattern by Judith Butterworth. The crochet pattern for this shawl is included in Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books.

Lotus Wrap Crochet Pattern

Designed by Katya Novikova

Lotus wrap crochet pattern by Katya Novikova for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Lotus wrap crochet pattern by Katya Novikova for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Peacock Lace Shawl

Designed by Sharon Silverman

Peacock Lace Shawl by Sharon Silverman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Peacock Lace Shawl by Sharon Silverman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Sea and Shells Crochet Poncho Pattern

Designed by Karen McKenna

Sea and shells poncho pattern by Karen Mckenna for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Sea and shells poncho pattern by Karen Mckenna for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Yveline Crochet Wrap Pattern

Designed by Vashti Braha

Yveline Crochet Wrap Pattern by Vashti Braha for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Yveline Crochet Wrap Pattern by Vashti Braha for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Crochet Scarf and Cowl Patterns Featured in Delicate Crochet

New Wave Crochet Cowl Pattern

Designed by Rhonda Davis

New Wave Crochet Cowl Pattern Designed by Rhonda Davis for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
New Wave Crochet Cowl Pattern Designed by Rhonda Davis for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Diamond Dreams Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designed by Judith Butterworth

Diamond Dreams Crochet Scarf Pattern Designed by Judith Butterworth for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Diamond Dreams Crochet Scarf Pattern Designed by Judith Butterworth for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Optical Illusion Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designed by Sharon Silverman

Optical Illusion Crochet Scarf Pattern Designed by Sharon Silverman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Optical Illusion Crochet Scarf Pattern Designed by Sharon Silverman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

Hourglass Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designed by Sharon Silverman

Hourglass Crochet Scarf Pattern Designed by Sharon Silverman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Hourglass Crochet Scarf Pattern Designed by Sharon Silverman for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

The Crochet Skirt Pattern Featured in Delicate Crochet

Cyndi Floral Lace Crochet Skirt Pattern

Designed by Vicky Chan

Cyndi Floral Lace Crochet Skirt Pattern Designed by Vicky Chan for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books
Cyndi Floral Lace Crochet Skirt Pattern Designed by Vicky Chan for Delicate Crochet, published by Stackpole Books

So there you have it: The 23 outstanding crochet patterns you’ll find in Delicate Crochet. Which one(s) do you most want to make? Leave us a comment for a chance to win a copy of Delicate Crochet — then keep an eye on your email in box in case you’re the lucky winner of our giveaway!

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46 thoughts on “Win a Copy of Delicate Crochet in Our Pattern Book Giveaway

  • November 3, 2018 at 2:59 pm
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    I am excited to make the Sea and Shells Crochet Poncho Pattern and the Peacock Lace Shawl or the Damask Rose Crochet Wrap Pattern. I chose these patterns because i am always looking for new patterns to knit or crochet for shawls as i make a lot of them for our church prayer shawl ministry.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 3:19 pm
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    I would absolutely love to make the necklace pattern. I enjoy making crochet jewelry, and this looks perfect for my next project!

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  • November 3, 2018 at 3:40 pm
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    Oh these are such beautiful patterns – would love to make the necklace and the diamond dream scarf.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 4:04 pm
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    I can’t decide which I would like to make first! The necklace is so beautiful as the scarfs and the shawls.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 4:14 pm
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    Damask Rose and Gentle Whisper are 2 I would to make for summer. There are more I would make from the book but those were my first.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 4:41 pm
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    I would love to make the berry wine wrap. The color will ho with my eyes! The stitches are just beautiful.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 4:43 pm
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    The patterns in your book are beautiful. I wish I had the patience and skill to.make just one of them. Congratulations to the person that wins the copy of this booklet, they will be very happy they were chosen.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 4:46 pm
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    Lotus Wrap Crochet Pattern

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  • November 3, 2018 at 5:47 pm
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    I would like to try the Filet Crochet Pattern.There are a few others I would like to try as well.The patterns are all lovely.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 6:02 pm
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    i now to to crochet sort of good at making toys but i would love to learn new skill such as scarf making the more feminine things and would also love to learn how to crotchet Tunisian all the scarfs ans shawls are so lovely but i think my favorite is the diamond one learning is only taken in by someone who is a good teacher explains things well so that we the learners can understand and think by what i see you have maybe achieved this so this is why i would love a copy of this book

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  • November 3, 2018 at 6:13 pm
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    Too difficult to choose! But, here goes….the Elegant Trio Bead necklace and Palmy Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern! All so lovely!!!!

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  • November 3, 2018 at 7:41 pm
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    Oh, wow! I know the Ziggy Vest jumped out at me first, but some of the shawls and scarves are definitely on the list of loved by me patterns!! Hourglass, Optical Illusion, the New Wave Cowl, Yveline Wrap, Peacock Lace and the Lotus Wrap! I’m sure some of the others will entice me, too, once I see them in the book 😉

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  • November 3, 2018 at 8:30 pm
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    I would have to start in the front and work every pattern that is in the the book. Such a beautiful collection of delicate crochet. Great job.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 8:45 pm
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    I would love to try the fingerless gloves

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  • November 3, 2018 at 9:20 pm
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    Palmy cardigan sweater would be awesome to make.

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  • November 3, 2018 at 10:26 pm
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    Palmy cardigan would be lovely to make

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  • November 3, 2018 at 10:55 pm
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    I love the cardigans and the shawls in this book. I am looking for a simple cardigan to crochet.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 1:15 am
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    Iced silver fox cardigan and the sea and shells poncho are amazing! I’d love to try those! 🙂 all are amazing but those 2 caught my eye!

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  • November 4, 2018 at 1:51 am
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    I can’t wait to make the Berrywine crochet wrap and the necklace. Two very beautiful patterns.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 2:51 am
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    I love the patterns in the book. Out of all these I would have to say that those beautiful fingerless gloves as they are a very Victorian style, which I would like to make, along with many others in the book. I love the delicate patterns.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 2:55 am
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    My favorite pattern would be the Palmy crochet cardigan sweater. I would love to see what the front looks like.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 2:59 am
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    All the patterns are beautiful – but the Muriel Lace Cardigan and Diamond Dreams and Damask Rose shawls just excite me, and I love the necklace. I would love to make them. The designers have excelled themselves and produced exquisite work in this lovely book.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 4:56 am
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    All of the patterns are beautiful, but I would love to make the Gentle Whisper Shawl by Judith Butterworth.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 8:52 am
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    Can I choose more than one?:):) My favorites are the necklace and the Muriel Lace Cardigan and the Palmy Crochet Cardigan Sweater. All the patterns are beautiful! Thanks, Amy! Now I looked back and see that the necklace is yours. Wow!

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  • November 4, 2018 at 11:21 am
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    So many beautiful patterns! Hard to choose just one as my favorite. if I have to choose, I think Muriel Lace Cardigan Pattern would be the first one I would want to make.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 2:07 pm
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    I am impressed by the patterns in this book. I want to make most of these beautiful functional patterns. I buy many crochet books and find so many patterns in the books as unusable for me. This book looks to cover working and non-working women. There is a variety of patterns to make from the necklace to the gorgeous skirt. The winner will be sure to treasure the patterns.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 3:23 pm
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    It is a toss up between the Crochet Fingerless Gloves and thePalmy Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 6:13 pm
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    I am totally “in love” with the necklace.

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  • November 4, 2018 at 9:20 pm
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    love the necklace pattern

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  • November 5, 2018 at 12:07 am
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    Lacy Sleeveless Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern would be great for my daughter.

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  • November 5, 2018 at 2:44 am
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    Most of the projects are ones I can see myself doing, but I fell in love with the lacy fingerless gloves!!

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  • November 5, 2018 at 6:28 am
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    So want to make the Muriel Lace Cardigan! It doesn’t get particularly cold here and that would be a lovely layer for just about anytime of year. I can so see me making more than one!

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  • November 5, 2018 at 7:51 am
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    I love all the patterns! My eyes were especially drawn to the shawl/wrap patterns, I.e., “Gentle Whisper”, “Peacock Lace” and “Lotus” .

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  • November 5, 2018 at 2:04 pm
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    I just turned 70 last week. I have been crocheting since I was 10 (taught without written patterns by my Grandma) and at 30 taught to Knit by my Mom. I consider myself experienced but not mastered in either. You can always learn something new. I prefer written patterns as I don’t like to sit and listen to someone to tell me what to do next. I would love to make the Muriel Lace Cardigan as I think the pattern is absolutely beautiful. I would also like to try my hand at the Elegant Bead Necklace. Hope you all have a Blessed Day!

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  • November 5, 2018 at 4:51 pm
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    Amy I am happy to hear from you miss you. I love making ponchos, scarfs, shawls and I would love to try the necklace. All my favorite designers are in this book. Good luck to all. Rosie Gavaldon

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  • November 5, 2018 at 6:20 pm
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    Hi Amy, I love the Ziggy Vest and that would definitely be the first thing I would make! Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of this beautiful book!

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  • November 5, 2018 at 10:58 pm
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    I want to make Iced Silver Fox Crochet Sweater because I so seldom make
    anything for my self and I think this sweater would make me appreciate
    being a girl!

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  • November 6, 2018 at 5:00 pm
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    Definitely the cardigans caught my eye. Beautiful patterns all around.

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  • November 6, 2018 at 11:25 pm
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    Love the necklace and the sweaters

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  • November 7, 2018 at 12:48 am
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    I do like the Palmy cardigan. It looks like it is a lightweight yarn that would be perfect for the colder months in a country that doesn’t have severe winters. The mesh and border pattern goes well together. The Iced Silver Fox sweater is also beautiful. Great for hotter summer months. Could see myself making both of these patterns.

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  • November 8, 2018 at 9:47 am
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    Love the “Palmy Crochet Cardigan”. The others are lovely too.

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  • November 8, 2018 at 10:47 pm
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    They’re all so pretty! I really want to make the necklace, the lotus wrap, and so many others

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  • November 11, 2018 at 10:59 am
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    I love the Diamon rose because it looks very delicate .All of the other ones are beautiful too.I hope I will be the winner to try some of them.

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  • November 11, 2018 at 5:01 pm
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    There are many beautiful patterns. One that caught my eye is the Diamond Dreams Crochet Scarf

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  • November 12, 2018 at 10:39 pm
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    The Damask Rose Crochet Wrap Pattern caught my eye immediately. I love the lacy look and open feeling. The Iced Silver Fox Crochet Sweater Pattern is lovely, too. I would hope it comes in Plus Size options. Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of the book.

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