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 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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  1. Sumi says:

    It’s a hard decision, but I think the Calypso Kimono would be the first thing I made.

  2. Hello all.. This book is beautiful. My fav was the Burnt Plaid Dress as I love sweeter dresses and I’ve always wanted to try a plaid pattern. I will also try the top down if I win and many more as I have four daughters, three granddaughters and me and my Mom. Happy crocheting everyday.

  3. Lisa says:

    The second on the copyright page with the wonderful open pattern looks amazing! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  4. Mary says:

    That Clover Car Coat sounds fun.

  5. mindy says:

    I just love the rose-colored flower-ish pattern on the copyright page–beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win!

  6. Diana Myles says:

    I absolutely love all the sweaters, but, we have to pick one. I’m going to say the Classics are mostly what I make.After all my work making them I want them to be current for a long time.

  7. Debi Waldron says:

    I love the Veronica Pullover for starters but there are others I would love to make as well.

  8. Joyce says:

    Wow. crochet sweaters can be quite beautiful. I like the sweater on the cover and the rose colored motif sweaters! those would be fun to wear.

  9. Anita Easton says:

    I would like to try the open pattern that has the solid collar.

  10. Lucinda Greene says:

    I’d like to try the Clover Car Coat. I’ve always wanted to have a crocheted coat for the transitional seasons.

  11. pm henry says:

    I would like to make the Walnut Berry V Neck Cardigan. The description says it is lacy pattern. This sounds perfect for a summertime sweater to wear when the air conditioning is a little too cool. Thank you.

  12. Valerie says:

    I like the green short sweater that you can only see the front with all the neat cabling on it and hook & eye closers.

  13. Val says:

    The cable would be my choice, a solid pattern perfect for winter and something I haven’t tried.

  14. Beckie says:

    I would like to try the structured cardigan.

  15. Natalie says:

    They all sound fun, but I think I would try the Burnt Plaid Dress first.

  16. Cate says:

    If I won I’d make the one on the cover first for my Grandaughter.

  17. Shari Bradley says:

    I love the raspberry one. I have never crocheted a sweater, it would be a great challenge!

  18. Wanda Murray says:

    The names of the pictured sweaters were not given, but the crop-sleeved cranberry colored one looks adorable. But then, the blue one with the ribbon tie is a cutie also. Hard to decide. That’s why I need the book so I can do both of them.

  19. Erin says:

    I crochet a sweater every winter, so I’d really like to take a look at this book. I would be most excited to make any sweater from the top-down and in-the-round section first because I like to try them on as I make them.

    Thank you for giving us a chance to win this book.

  20. Dawn says:

    Hello, I think I would like to crochet the green cabled sweater first. I’ve been trying to learn the cables and other surface crochet techniques. I just love the oriental-looking front with the frog closures as seen on page 10.

    Thank you for this great give-away!

    ~ Dawn ~

  21. AEKoester says:

    I love the raspberry lace bolero

  22. Sherri Gibson says:

    There are several I’d like to try so I would start with the magnolia tank or Smokey cropped top. Looks like a great book! Thank u (:

  23. sarah k says:

    I want to try the magnolia tank

  24. Ann May says:

    I’d like to try the Rose Quartz Pullover. I’d like to crochet a sweater that’s top-down.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win this book!

  25. Margie Starling-Fierce says:

    My favorite is the Walnut Berry V-Neck – would love to give this a try. There are a couple of others I liked also, but this one is my favorite!! Thanks for doing this give-away!!!

  26. My first sweater project would be the Stormy Lace Tunic. The word “lace” is what attracts me to that sweater’s title, as it sounds more breathable. How soon can I start? 😉

  27. Susie says:

    I think the cranberry cardigan is lovely and looks interesting.

  28. Viola Hale says:

    I love the green one with cables

  29. smfsprout says:

    I would like to try my hand at the Unique Construction patterns.

  30. Donna says:

    I have such a problem crocheting cloths that actually turn out the size they are supposed to be. These sweaters look like they would be challenging to crochet. I would make them all.

  31. Jessica D says:

    I like the look of the burnt plaid dress

  32. Laura says:

    I’d try the Foliage Shrug.

  33. Eva says:

    I haven’t made sweaters before, so maybe I will start with the Cranberry Cardigan.

  34. Michele says:

    Thanks for the opportunity, i would try the Calypso Kimono, then the vest.

  35. marti says:

    always a sucker for sweater dresses, so the burnt plaid dress it is!

  36. Lee says:

    I really like the Magnolia Tank. Thank you!

  37. Kelly says:

    I love the second on the copyright page. The back looks incredible!

  38. Melissa says:

    Hrm…decisions, decisions. I love the sweater on the cover! I think I might do that one for my youngest daughter.

  39. Audrey says:

    I’m curious about the Shitake Tunic …hmmmm 🙂

  40. Carmen N says:

    Cranberry Cardigan

  41. Dorie says:

    I don’t remember if I entered already, and I couldn’t find an entry. So, this is my entry. The mention of customization caught my eye. I would like to learn how to customize patterns to fit the intended wearer.

  42. Cookie says:

    Very Interesting patterns. I`m anxious to crochet the Clover Car Coat for my GrandDaughter, as she is leaving for the Military August 19th. The whole book looks like fun, fun, fun!!! Hoping to win but if not…CONGRATS to the winner 🙂 and Thanks for the opportunity to post here, with a chance of winning this wonderful book. 🙂