Little Crochet Book Giveaway

By Rachel Choi – 244 Comments

Yay! I just got an extra copy of Little Crochet: Modern Designs for Babies and Toddlers. You know what that means…time for another book giveaway! If you haven’t heard of or seen the book yet, feel free to read the Little Crochet Book Review here on Crochet Spot.


To enter the giveaway, for a free copy of Little Crochet:

  • Go to the Little Crochet Amazon.com page and click on the “Look Inside This Book” link to look inside the book.
  • Then in the comments section on the bottom of this post, share with us which project you’re most excited about starting! Remember to only comment one time (since there is only one entry per person). Duplicate comments or comments that are not on topic will be deleted.

All participants must be either a Crochet Spot Newsletter subscriber or a Premium Pattern Member at the time the winner is drawn. If you are neither, feel free to sign up for the newsletter or a membership.

Giveaway ends on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 11:59PM EST, where a winner will be randomly selected. Be sure to check back to see if you win!

Have fun looking through the book and good luck everyone!!

Giveaway is now closed. The winner will be announced shortly. Thanks for participating everyone!

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244 Comments

  1. Morag says:

    wow what a great book – the project I’m most excited about starting is the birdie mobile for my neice x

  2. Pamela says:

    The ribbed cardigan is simply gorgeous! Looks challenging, but I’m always up for a crochet challenge.

  3. Rachel says:

    I’m a fairly new crocheter learning how many beautiful items can be created by your own hand! I’m excited about crocheting the star booties. I have never crocheted booties before and these look so professional, hip and just precious! Can’t wait to try!

  4. Betty says:

    Very cute patterns in this book. Just finished making halter tops for my youngest granddaughter and am looking for something new to try. I think I would start with the Swing Set Cardigan, but the Sweet Daisy Sundress is so adorable, I just might have to do them both!

  5. LAVINA says:

    I ike the hooded capelet since my granddaughter will be 3 next month. I really like making blankets
    either for baby showers or for charity

  6. Kelly says:

    Looks like a great book, thanks for the chance! I would love to make the Strawberry Patch Party Frock for my daughter!

  7. Rachel says:

    I love the sock it to me sweater vest. What can I say, I have a weak spot for sweater vests. Love the video and all the great toys too.

  8. Susy says:

    The cutest little things I found most exciting to begin were the booties, bibs, and hats! They are sooo cute! ^.^*

  9. Linda says:

    don’t know WHERE to begin! probably start with Tejue’s Jingle Ball because that would be a great way to use up some scraps. Then, on to the textured blanket – then, either the star booties (which are adorable) or the hooded capelet.

  10. Brenda says:

    I love this book!! Have never seen it before.. But I would really like to make the Sweet Baby Dress for my grandbaby (girl) to be born in August!! I am so excited.. I keep seeing all these fabulous patterns for clothes for a baby girl.. I really enjoy your website.. Thank you!!

  11. Karen Town says:

    I’d love to start with the Tejue’s Jingle Ball and then move onto the Giraffe. I’d then just like to continue and make nearly everything in the book for my 4 grandchildren!!!!!

  12. LaShon Monroe says:

    I have a 4yr old granddaughter that would look very cute in the ribbed cardigan,that will be the first item i would make.

  13. Denise Malbrough says:

    Lovin Stripe the Giraffe!! Love you, too, Rachel<3 Thanks for the chance to win!!

  14. Denise mudderman says:

    I like the little sleep sack it will be awesome gifts for the project sweet pea gift bags for the nicu in Iowa city childrens hospital

  15. Kristy says:

    I don’t have kids but I love this book. I am going to have to find some kids to make these projects! I think my favorite is the owl pillow.

  16. Kim R. says:

    Love the Sunshine Blanket – a must project!!
    Thanks :)

  17. I would love to try the mobilem My daughter is a musician and has figured out how to incorporate music into them. I think they would make awesome gifts.

  18. Kerrie says:

    I really like the sweet little bonnet from the “Beanie and Bonnet” pattern! Precious!

  19. I don’t have any kids at home, but I have friends who have kids. I would make the washcloths from page 126, because I am very practical.

  20. Jo Rambo says:

    I’ve been crocheting baby things to send to the Pine Ridge Reservation in S.Dakota. The sleep sack and the booties would make terrific additions to the sweaters and hats I’ve already completed.
    Thank you for a super website. I now look forward to Mondays — just to see what’s new on Crochet Spot !

  21. Linda says:

    I would love to make the Ribbed Cardigan and Hooded Capelet for my daughter. The no fuss party bibs are darling and so is stripe the giraffe.

  22. Brigitte Ward says:

    There are a lot of cute patterns in this book. My favorites are the Ribbed Sweater and the Sweet Daisy Sundress. Thanks for the chance to win. I love getting your newsletter, Rachel, keep up the good work.

  23. The owl pillow is really cute. My grandson would like that.

  24. JoKaren says:

    I am dying to get my hands on this book – Mother’s Day hints were ignored by the family but one way or another I am going to get this book! I know that I will be making most of the items – lots of little ones in my life right now – but I will probably start with the Sunshine Blanket… and keep goiong from there.

  25. I have a new Great-granddaughter and what I am most excited about starting, is the sweet Daisy sundress with a sweater done to match!! Plus more of the patterns in the book, they all look really good to do!! :)

  26. Ulrika says:

    I love owls, so the choice was easy: The soft Owl pillow of course! Sooo cute…

  27. Sue says:

    I love the sunshine blanket….what a beautiful design to help brighten up my crocheting day!!!

  28. Janet Bohannan says:

    I have no grandchildren. Poor me. But I do have a new grandniece who is 4 months old. I would love to make the Swing Set Cardigan or the ribbed Cardigan for her for next year.

  29. Laura says:

    The ribbed cardigan is my favorite! Thanks for holding another book giveaway! :)

  30. Amanda says:

    I love the Jingle Balls project!!!!! I think its great because you could potentially make it for any young child. You could even use it for older children as well. They would make great bed pillows, and you could choose colors to match any color scheme in any bedroom! :)

  31. Sally Kitchen says:

    I would love to make the owl pillow for my new nephew. I adore owls and hope to share my love for all cute owls with my cute little neices/nephews.

  32. Susan says:

    Well, I like all the pats in this book, but I think I would like to do the “Swing Set Cardigan” for starters. It looks like the perfect little spring into summer top.

  33. Rosita says:

    When my middle child was a toddler (31 yrs ago!! : ) ) I made her a cape with a hood. I lost the pattern over the years but I can’t wait ti try the one in the book! Even if I don’t win it I”ll happily buy it!!

  34. Susie Moten says:

    I am excited about the ribbed cardi and the swingset cardi. I have a daughter and a young niece who would look so cute in those!

  35. Liza says:

    OMG! This book is awesome! Totally haute couture for the littles. I am especially loving the hooded capelet and the pentagonal granny ball (Tegue’s Jingle Ball)!

  36. nikki baker says:

    i would love to make the swing set cardigan. I really would love to have this book.

  37. Lizzy Mosback says:

    So cute :) I’m excited about the birdie mobile and the booties are darling! Although, the hooded caplet is also a fav!

  38. Kim says:

    I’d love to make the hooded capelet for my granddaughter. She just loves it when I “yarn” her something. Thanks for the opportunity.

  39. Lareina says:

    I’d love to make a cute little sweater vest for my new baby boy!

  40. This little book is a must have. My favorite was the ‘little hooded caplet” it would be great for a grandchild. Actually everything in this book would be great for ‘gifting.’

  41. Selena says:

    I would love to make the star booties for the babies we foster!

  42. Natalie says:

    I love the sunshine blanket and the birdie mobile! They are so sweet. I am so wary of doing clothing but I love blankets. Would be another fun book to add to my collection!

  43. Cindi says:

    I like the sleep sack! It gets cold in Iowa early in the fall and I know a couple of babies due this summer that could use that! Would love to have this book.

  44. Cindy says:

    I would love to try the Sweet Dreams sleep sack. I just had three boys born into the family and I know of two parents that would love one. They appreciate handmade items.

  45. Amy says:

    I would love to try a lot of them! I’m fairly new to crochet… still have tons to learn and really want to try the birdie mobile and the hooded caplet! I also love the reference guide in the back.. saw some stitches I’ve yet to learn!

  46. Lu Ann says:

    Oh that swing set cardigan is divine but the sunshine blanket won’t stop catching my attention!

    Its amazing! It looks complicated but the intro pages looked pretty helpful so I thnk I can do it.

    Thanks for sharing with us!

  47. Joan says:

    WhOoooooo, I’d make the soft owl pillow, a snuggly pillow while watching a movie. Also I like making crochet gifts , adorable book. Have a good day.

  48. Rebeca Llamas says:

    The one project I would be most excited to make would be the “Hooded Caplet.” Not only is it adorable, this would be the perfect gift for my neighbors little girl who has the pretties eyes and just imaginating the hood over her head and seeing those eye peeking out would make the caplet even cuter.

    Thanks, and great book BTW!

    thanks

  49. Svetlana says:

    Simply loved three items in this book:
    Beanie and Bonnet, Star booties and Ribbed Cardigan. I have two daughters, age 7 and 3. I MUST make Ribbed Cardigan for them. Since I am from Serbia (we do not have those kind of books here, and everything I know I learned from lessons I could find on Internet) having this book would be a GREAT gift to me. Even if someone else get it, it doesn’t matter. I would still trying to find something interesting on net. Greetings from Serbia (Europe).

  50. jodi says:

    Definately the birdie mobile, it just looks SO gorgeous, I would love to make it for my littlest girl Annabelle. What beautiful designs. xo