Crochet Stitch Bible Giveaway

By Rachel Choi – 168 Comments
Great news everyone! I have an extra, brand new copy of The Crochet Stitch Bible and would like to give it away for free to one of Crochet Spot’s awesome readers. Last week I did a review on this book, and it is one of my favorite crochet books that I have in my collection. If you would like to read the review here’s the link: Book Review: Crochet Stitch Bible. The review is an honest look at what’s great about the book and what may not be so great, so check it out!

To enter into the giveaway you must…

The Crochet Stitch Bible

Leave a comment on this post discussing the type of stitches in the book that you would like to learn. To do so, go to and take a look inside of the book. You will be able to see the table of contents and the first few pages of the book! Please leave only 1 comment on this post, duplicated comments will be deleted along with comments that are not on topic.

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 Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 11:59PM EST, where a winner will be randomly drawn.

Good luck everyone!

ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED! Thanks for participating. The winner is posted here.

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  1. Karla says:

    I’ve always wanted a crochet book 🙂 Right now, I’m trying to learn tunisian stitch, but I’d love to learn broomstick lace to make a nice headband or something.

  2. Lindsey says:

    Ooh, I’d love to learn to read crochet charts like the one they have at the beginning — looks much more extensive than what I see in most patterns. I mostly work on granny squares at this point so would like to learn more openwork and lace stitches.

  3. Cindy says:

    I am interested in variations of the double crochet. To see the different stitches that can be accomplished with this one stitch (the first one I learned).

  4. Natalie says:

    Wow, what a nice-looking book. Well, as of now I only know single, half double, and double crochet, so only the basics. As for what I would like to learn, everything!! 🙂 I especially would love to learn how to do the broomstick lace stitches, and textured stitches I get excited just thinking about all the posibilities!!

  5. eliska says:

    I’ve always wanted to learn how to do those cool borders and the three-d stitches. I’ve never been able to find a book that covers those before. That book sounds cool.

  6. Jaimielynn Lake says:

    The broomstick lace is gorgeous and delicate! I’d love to learn that stitch…Also, I’d love to learn how to read the stitch chart. I hear it is much easier than it looks, but I still haven’t figured it out!

  7. Jill says:

    Not sure where to begin…….I love relief stitches, tunisian, broomstick lace…..think I may need to give up my day job and just crochet.

  8. Hello Rachel, and thanks for this wonderful opportunity to win a terrific book! I’d bought one for myself some time ago, but showed my Mom and she just loved it….so of course, it was a gift to her!
    There are so many lovely stitches I would love to learn or become better at—shells and fans are favorities….and clusters, puffs, bobles and spikes sound like a lot of fun to become more experienced using them in new ideas for patterns.
    I’ve been preparing to learn Tunisian crochet–have read quite a bit about it and want to do it and become proficient in it. Oh! Multi color patterns sounds so interesting (and a bit difficult)….I’d love to give it a try.
    My heart often yearns to make motifs, too. There are so many absolutely beautiful motifs to be created and enjoyed!
    Yes, Rachel, if I were so fortunate as to win The Crochet Stitch Bible, I will be thrilled; maybe I caqn lern to do each of the 200 crochet stitches it contains real well.
    Again, thank you for making such a fun opportunity for your loyal readers, Rachel. All the best
    to you!
    Doris A. Linzy

  9. Becki J says:

    Well…with over 200 crochet stiches to learn I would be so excited to learn more than the basic HDC, DC, and TR. I am a beginner and so I think I would keep this book right along side of my Bible! : ) oh and I would pay for the shipping if I win. Thanks for doing a giveaway, I love your site,
    ~Becki J

  10. Alie says:

    Awesome giveaway! I would LOVE this book, (well, who wouldn’t?) ha! This would help me sooo much, especially since I have sooo much to learn. How do I pick just 1 or 2 things? 🙂

    But, I think I would especially like to learn how to do the different edging stitches and how to attach them to sewn items as well. I think the fancy crocheted edges and collars are so pretty. I would also like to learn more about the different types of yarn and what type is best for each project.

    And, I would love to learn how to read the chart instructions. Since I’m a visual learning anyway, I think these charts would make things a lot easier for me to follow once I got the hang of them. The truth is I want to learn everything about crocheting, but I keep telling myself, “a little at a time, one step at a time…”.

    Thanks Rachel for hosting this giveaway, just another way to show how wonderful you are and how much you love your crochet peeps. ~Peace All

  11. Susie Moten says:

    I would love to learn more edgings and trims–I am experimenting with making them into jewelry!

  12. Charline says:

    I’d like to learn the broomstick lace stictch, and I would also love to learn how to do all the other cool stitches featured in this book. Looks like a great book 🙂

  13. Tristine says:

    I would love to learn some shells stitches! My grandmother used them all the time in baby blankets and I have a friend due in just a few months. I would love to make her a one just like my grandmom would make.

  14. Deb says:

    Hi Rachel,
    You sweet thing, offering a giveaway of such a fantabulous book. I went and had a look-see and the book is great. I had no idea there were that many stitches in crochet. I’ve always wanted to learn Tunisian crochet but the Tunisian lace is gorgeous.
    Most imporantly the reason I would LOVE to win this book is because I am a visual learner and all the websites and crochet books I’ve read have never taught me reverse crochet, I know it’s silly!! But I NEED to know that, it’s holding me back, LOL

  15. Ulrika says:

    I would really like to learn more about the tunisian stitch. I’m a beginner so the book should come in handy… Always fun to learn more, and experimenting…

  16. Laura says:

    I have not tried to do tunisian or broomstick lace yet, so I would love to try out those techniques to learn some new stitches. I actually just borrowed a copy of this from the library today.

  17. Deborah says:

    Hi Rachel,
    I would love to have the book for the stitch variety and especially the motifs. I am beginning to experiment with my own ideas rather than just following a pre-written pattern for everything and the variety in this book would definitely be inspirational!

  18. Kristy Stancil says:

    Hey! I would love to learn more variations on a X-stitch and also really would love to learn tunisian stitch. Thanks.