Crochet To Calm Book Review and Giveaway!

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I have a fabulous review & giveaway for you today lovelies! I recently was able to check out Crochet To Calm (ISBN: 978-1-63250-495-1, Interweave F+W).

I have to say I absolutely love this book and the concept behind it.  One of the main reasons I crochet and craft is to calm my mind….so this book really resonates with me for sure!  Inside are 18 fun and easy projects to de-stress and de-clutter your life…how awesome is that?  One thing I love about crochet is how easy it is to get started, just some pretty yarn, a hook and your hands…nothing fancy needed!

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Crochet to Calm is beautifully photographed in full color and complete with easy to navigate charts to make things extra helpful.  I love the variety of items to make like cowls, hats, mittens, and the super cute slippers shown below:

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The back of the book is a great learning resource too with an illustrated techniques section, a guide to abbreviations, and a very handy metric conversion chart too.  So whether you’re a crochet expert or starting out, you’ll know just what to do.

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Crochet Poufs are all the rage at the moment and this one in a a gentle gray looks so inviting and relaxing:

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One of my favorite projects from the book is definitely this gorgeous Zinnia Pillow to add a little beauty to your space…definitely a fun project!

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Now is you chance to win a copy of your own! Enter to win using the Rafflecopter below (sometimes it takes a moment to load). Giveaway ends September 9 and is open worldwide. Now go, go, go, and enter!!!

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Special thanks to Interweave F+W for sponsoring this giveaway.  I received a review copy of this book, all opinions are my own.

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39 thoughts on “Crochet To Calm Book Review and Giveaway!

  1. When I was dealing with severe medication induced neurological problems I returned to crochet by making an afghan just for me. When my muscles where jerking and shaking crocheting kept me calm and sane. I haven't stopped crocheting since.

  2. I love several items shown from the book. Seems I am drawn to the gold slippers and the afghan in the same color. Both of those would be on my must do list!

  3. This book looks very interesting and just up my alley as I learn to crochet a bit better. Thanks for the offer of a giveaway.

  4. Darn ! You want to know which one I like the best ?!—-of all the ones you have shown so far, I WANT TO MAKE ALL OF THEM ! I am so in trouble, I really LOVE THIS BOOK so far ! If I don't win it, I will have to save to buy it, and then find a store that sells them– Like I sail SO N TROUBLE !!! LOL (Good Trouble)

  5. Hi Jennifer,
    This book seems to be great.
    I especially love the granny pillow case (1st pic).
    Thanks a lot for sharing this, I keep my fingers crossed 😉

  6. You know, it looks pretty versatile. I'd like to try the slippers..AND that crocodile pillow. Crochet is my Go To craft to relax.

  7. The slippers are super cute…but I also like the flowery pillow (reminds me of my grandma). Thanks for the chance to win.

  8. This looks like a great book! Love the granny square pillows and the slippers! Thank you for this great giveaway!!!
    Have a super great day!

  9. I love the Zinnia Pillow-it reminds me of an older pattern from the 60's,I made two for my mother-very similar!

  10. I love the pillows the best in the book, they look easy to do and quick and that's what I need: easy and quick patterns! LOL!

  11. I really like that slipper pattern. I keep finding ones that just look like socks. This is one I would like to make.

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