Book Review and Giveaway! “Reversible Color Crochet” by Laurinda Reddig

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I was so excited to be able to preview “Reversible Color Crochet” by Laurinda Reddig from Interweave (Interweave/F+W $24.99) recently and can’t wait to tell you all about it!  Be sure to read through for a chance to win your own copy too, but more about that in just a moment.

This gorgeous book is full of projects that explores a new technique invented by Laurinda herself, a method which allows you to produce full color crochet imagery that is the same on both sides!  

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The book contains 28 reversible squares and 10 afghan projects, from quilt- like designs to fun children’s afghans as well, like the one here:

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I especially like how the book walks you through the process in detail, help for crocheters learning the technique.  Each step has clear diagrams, and even includes information on joining and edging your reversible squares as well.  There are sections too for basic skills like weaving in ends and joining new colors too.

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This is a great book if you’re ready to explore a new technique, and begin making your own reversible color projects!

Now here’s the chance to win a copy of your own.  The good folks at Interweave are giving away one copy of “Reversible Color Crochet” by Laurinda Reddig from Interweave to a lucky Fiber Flux reader.

Contest has ended, congratulations to Suzanne W!!!

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If you can’t wait or want additional copies, here is the publisher information and a link to the Interweave Store to order a copy of your own:

Reversible Color Crochet

By Laurinda Reddig

(Interweave/F+W $24.99)

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Stay tuned for a special guest!  

Tommorow Laurinda will be stopping by Fiber Flux to chat with us…so excited!

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62 thoughts on “Book Review and Giveaway! “Reversible Color Crochet” by Laurinda Reddig

  1. Thank you for your insight into this book. I have been wanting to get this book for some time and havent been able to yet. Thank you so much for your generosity in doing this giveaway. Whoever wins will be thrilled (especially me <3 )

  2. This book sounds Great! I'd love to win so I can continue my self taught crochet skills. Thank you for the review n giveaway! Good luck all (:

  3. Thank you for the review! It seems this book actually teaches a new (to me anyway) technique, as well as shares some lovely patterns with which to practice that technique. It would certainly make a lovely addition to any craft library for personal use, or for gift giving! I LOVE the first pattern shown, and colors it is worked in. Great book! *Keeps Fingers Crossed!*

  4. Thank you for this give away. This looks like a very cool new technique. Can't wait to check out this book. I'm sure who ever wins the book will be thrilled. Good luck to all. You have such an awesome web site. Love your patterns.

  5. this book looks great!
    I am working on my crochet skills and have a granny square blanket on my hook now. but I have been looking through books at the library and at blogs on the internet to find a way to move beyond my beginner skills and take it to the next notch. this book sounds like just the ticket.

  6. I've had this book in my amazon cart for ages, would love to win a copy. I recently did some intarsia work and just loved it!

  7. I love having the chance to learn more about the person behind the concepts. Crochet is a very personal art form to me. It is not just the idea of making something, but investing in something, putting myself into it. I get goose-bumpy when I find others that have the same philosophy. Thanks for sharing. And yes, I want the book.

  8. I borrowed a library book several years ago about reversible crochet that was nigh impossible to follow; I am looking forward to following these instructions!
    Beautiful Designs!

  9. I'd love to start my library of crochet books with this one!! I've been printing patterns and making my own binders haha!

  10. I've wanted this book since seeing it a month or two ago. Thank u for doing this giveaway and for all of ur great patterns!

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