Book Giveaway: Blueprint Crochet Sweaters

By Rachel Choi – 92 Comments

Yay! I just got an extra copy of Blueprint Crochet Sweaters: Techniques for Custom Constructions. You know what that means…time for another book giveaway! This book is full with modern, beautiful sweater patterns, it’s hard to choose which one to start first. The sweaters are also constructed using different methods, so there is a lot to learn about sweater construction! If you’re interested in crocheting different types of sweaters, this book is definitely for you.

Blueprint Crochet Sweaters

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

  • Go to the Blueprint Crochet Sweater 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/type of sweater 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.

Giveaway ends on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 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!!

This giveaway is now closed. The winner is announced on the Book Giveaway Winner: Blueprint Crochet Sweaters page.

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92 Comments

  1. Marissa says:

    Honestly, the picture on the front cover really caught my eye and hasn’t let it go! I would love to make that sweater and wear a light blue or cream long sleeved shirt underneath it!!

  2. Debbie Thurmond says:

    Calypso Kimono, of course. Who could resist something that sounds so romantic? It would be a MUST DO!

  3. Jessica says:

    The second sweater on the copyright page looks really interesting and I’d love to give it a try! šŸ™‚

  4. Lorna says:

    I couldn’t get the Amazon site to let me look inside only the front and back cover – the Top on the front of the book does look lovely – I have never crocheted an item of clothing before.Great giveaway tho.

  5. Nicole says:

    Rose Quartz Pullover . . . any of them look beautiful! It would be awesome to win this!! šŸ™‚

  6. Meridith says:

    The Cranberry Cardigan sounds like something I would make! Thanks for offering up your spare copy! šŸ™‚

  7. Kareena says:

    Ooh, thanks for the giveaway. All the sweaters look lovely. I think I would first make the Walnut Berry Cardigan.

  8. Kelley says:

    I like the green one with cables and clasps – unfortunately there’s not a name there, but it looks pretty. I’m interested in learning how to make clothing in general! šŸ™‚

  9. Chelle says:

    I like the look of the cabled vest with the pretty vintage hook closures. Great looking book!

  10. kathryn says:

    I love the sweater on the front cover, can’t wait to make it.

  11. Kathy J says:

    I would love a sweater like the Cranberry Cardigan. A hint for others, if you use the surprise me link you can see more of the inner book.

  12. Fran says:

    The foliage shrug sounds perfect! All the pictures that Amazon lets you preview are really pretty, I wish I had time to make them all.

  13. KeeferP says:

    I would make the Magnolia Tank…it looks like a great summer weight tank to wear, either alone, or perhaps over a light turtle neck in the cooler months!

    THANKS FOR DOING A GIVEAWAY! SO COOL when people SHARE~

  14. luz rodriguez says:

    The second sweater on the copyright page looks really interesting and Iā€™d love to give it a try

  15. Rachel Tatner says:

    calypso kimono & clever car coat really stand out

  16. Kay says:

    I would like to try the Smoky Cropped Top. This book has many interesting patterns.

  17. Lorinda says:

    I love the pineapple stitch, so my favorite has to be the pineapple stitch in the aqua colored yarn shown on the back of the book. Seems like most of the items I see using this stitch are purses and pillow covers or table cloths.

  18. Caroline says:

    I’d love to have a go at Structured Cardigan, I’ve been wanting to try top-down construction for a while.

  19. Penny I says:

    the blue one on the cover and the burgundy tank sounds interesting as well

  20. Quilting Tangent says:

    The light green one caught my eye, so many of the other look good too. I always wanted to crochet sweaters, this book would really help with sizing and different stitches. Be so happy if I won. šŸ™‚

  21. Gale Cooney says:

    For real? The plaid dress has got to be the most awesome crocheted piece of apparel I have ever seen. I revied this book on Amazon and on my blog. Robyn Chachula is a genius and a true crochet goddess.

  22. Susan B. Love says:

    oh, yes- The Clover Car Coat ….and the Cranberry Cardi

  23. Kittalia says:

    I love the orange plaid sweater on page 10, as long as it isn’t in orange.

  24. Linda says:

    Cranberry cardigan. Hard to believe that these sweaters (and vests) are crocheted! Thanks for the giveaway.

  25. Lynne says:

    I like the Magnolia Tank and love to make it

  26. CHRISTINE N says:

    Magnolia Tank looks perfect for this time of year, plus the sample in the book is made in gorgeous colors! Thanks for the giveaway!

  27. Anne says:

    I love the sweater shown on the cover, it’s gorgeous! I’m interested in top down in the round sweater construction because I can try it on as it progresses.

  28. You can also see all the patterns here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/blueprint-crochet-sweaters/patterns but you might have to be a member of Ravelry, I’m not sure. (If you’re not a member it’s a great site to join!)

    I really like the Foliage Shrug with it’s bold cabling details. I’d be inclined to add a collar to it, though!

  29. Terri says:

    Well, I’m more of a visual person so it’s difficult for me to say for sure which pattern I would like to do most, since I cannot see them all. But, I am looking for a nice tank pattern and I love Magnolia trees so I’m going to go with the Magnolia Tank. šŸ™‚

  30. Trudy Mintun says:

    I’ve always wanted to make a cardigan so the structured cardigan would be my pick.

  31. Stephanie S says:

    This book looks great! To start I think I would try the Cranberry Cardigan and then the Veronica Pullover next.

  32. Flo says:

    They’re all beautiful. My daughter fell in love with the cover photo and I fell in love with the Foliage shrug. The cover photo won!!! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

  33. Megan says:

    I’m interested in the top down and in the round section of sweaters. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  34. Natalie says:

    The clover car coat looks like a fun and practical project!

  35. Meredith Chapman says:

    I would love to make the cranberry cardigan first. Then I would move through the book for other projects since I have 3 daughters and 2 granddaughters who love whatever I make for them! Also, love making top down sweaters but need them to fit me, I always have trouble with that!

  36. Mary H says:

    Oh yeah! The featured one on the front cover! But then I might have to try them all. Amazing collection!

  37. Elizabeth says:

    I didn’t see enough of the sweaters to decide which one I would like to make BUT…..I LOVE the fasteners on the green cable stitch sweater. Never thought of doing something like that.

  38. Bobbi says:

    Love, love, love the Foliage Shrug. It reminds me of an Irish sweater! Want the book for that and many other sweaters, like the Veronica Pullover!! Would keep me busy for a long time.

  39. Leslie Coggin says:

    I would love to start the cranberry cardigan for myself. I’ve done so many projects for others that yet to make anything for myself. I’d also to start design so this would help me be able to put the visions I have in my head onto paper and then make it.

  40. AnnieM says:

    Thanks for this chance! Warm weather says…I’d pick Magnolia Tank!

  41. Leslie Coggin says:

    The cranberry cardigan us the project that tickled my fancy. I would love to make it for myself and then love to try my hand at designing my own projects.

  42. Amy says:

    I love the sweater on the cover. So feminine and romantic! Can’t wait to try it!

  43. gloria r. says:

    Ruby Cropped Cardi is a knockout. Would love to put yarn to hook and see my daughter model it.

  44. LuAnne says:

    I like both of the ones on the copywrite page, the Magnolia tank, and the Rose Quartz Pullover. Then I’d probably make one of the cardigans. Oh …. I like ’em all.

  45. Carmel J. says:

    It wouldn’t show me pictures of the projects, so I searched them on Ravelry. The cover project is very nice, as is the Calypso Kimono, but it was the plaid dress that did it for me. I love the shape of it!

  46. Laura says:

    The Burnt Plaid Dress! It is so gorgeous. Second is either the Calypso Kimono or the Harvest Cowl Shift. Both are lovely.

  47. Julie Green says:

    I just love the 1st sweater on the copy write page! Robyn Chachula is just wonderful, I have a video class of hers and she is the best teacher that I have had the privilege to watch. She is so down to earth and plain speaking, that if you don’t come away from her class learning something….you must have been asleep! Hehehe… I actually want to crochet all the sweaters in the book, thanks for the chance to win one!!

  48. Deb G. says:

    I would love to try the orange, green and blue one. It looks very spring-like.

  49. Theresa says:

    I like the sweater on the cover. It caught my eye right away, esp since it is done in my favorite color!!! Great giveaway–thanks for the chance to win.

  50. Joy says:

    I have a soft spot for shades of gray, so the sweater on pg 9 caught my attention.