Crochet Pink Review & Giveaway
GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED!!! The winner is Bobbie.
It seems like everyone has, in one way or another, been affected by breast cancer. If it hasn’t affected us directly we either know someone, or have heard of someone who has won or lost their battle. So often we want to be able to help but don’t know how. Martingale’s newest book is Crochet Pink and it offers practical gifts that you can make for either someone who is suffering, or their caregiver.
The author, Janet Rehfeldt, added quotes throughout to offer inspiration and awareness. She has also included a list of other cancer awareness colors for those with other forms of cancer. There is yarn help if you need to substitute for something she used, as well as stitch help and other guidance. The book is very well laid out and you will find yourself thinking about all the projects you can make for your loved ones.
My personal favorite is the Wandering Rib Neck Cozy and Wrist Warmer Set. I love texture! Add that to the fact that my favorite project(s) to make for myself are cowls/scarves and wrist warmers and it’s the perfect project for me. I will be making it in dark blue, in memory of my father, who I lost to colon/intestinal cancer on Christmas Day 2013. I’ll make sure to show you the project when I’m done.
There are so many more projects to choose from 26 total! Here are a few of my favorites.
For a chance to win a paper copy of Crochet Pink, leave me a comment and let me know who you would make a project for. (Martingale has generously provided the giveaway, but all opinions of the book review are of my own opinion.)
Contest ends on Friday, Jan. 10th at midnight. Winner will be chosen on Saturday, Jan. 11th.