Monday, August 7, 2017

Classic Knit Shawls Review + Giveaway!


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I have a fabulous review & giveaway for you today lovelies! I was recently able to check out Classic Knit Shawls from the Editors at Interweave (ISBN: 978-1-63250-600-9, Interweave F+W).


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Inside are 20 stunning shawls and wraps in a variety of shapes like traditional triangles, semicircles, crescents, and wraps worked from side to side.  Shawls can be a fantastic portable project and are perfect if you'd like to try out a new technique too.  In addition, shawls don't need much involved sizing making them perfect for giving as gifts too!  Each project from the book is unique and beautiful with lots of pretty texture to layer your look.



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Classic Knit Shawls is beautifully photographed in full color and complete with easy to navigate charts, guides, and diagrams to make things extra helpful. This book is full of different techniques like lace, cables, and colorwork too! The yarn used to make each project is as varied as the techniques with slightly chunkier fibers to delicate light lace weight pieces.


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Be sure to check out the learning resources in the back with an illustrated techniques section, a guide to abbreviations, and a very handy metric conversion chart too. Classic Knit Shawls will help you along each step of the way to make your own shawl look amazing!


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One of my absolute favorite projects from the book would definitely have to be this lacy, golden color wrap...so elegant and gorgeous!


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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 August 18 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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19 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, how can you possibly pick a favorite. The green and the teal are just gorgeous.

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  2. Thanks for another wonderful giveaway I like the Lindsay pattern best.

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  3. My favorite is the purple one at the top of your post. Thank you for the giveaway!

    Ravelry ID - slawson

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  4. I like the look of the purple shawl; it looks like it will sit neatly on the shoulders.

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  5. I love the gold colored shawl too!

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  6. I love to knit shawls and I am always looking for new patterns. Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

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  7. Wonderfull Pattern, i Love it

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  8. I like the yellow shawl in the last picture.

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  9. I love the green wrap-so elegant! Thank you, Susan

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  10. All of the shawls are so pretty. I really love the teal and golden colored ones!

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  11. Would love to win this book - it would give me a wonderful reason to make different ones - all are so pretty!

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  12. just getting into shawls..soooo many pretty ones out there..... thx for having a contest, the golden color wrap. I have been looking for a yellow shawl as i have this great 70's fiber that needs to be made into a statement piece.

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  13. Wow these are beautiful! Anxious to make several!

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  14. Knitting or crocheting shawls is a great way to relax and enjoy a finished project. Fiber Flux is a great informative site.

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  15. Love this book, and have checked it out of the library on several occasions. I would like to own a copy!

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  16. That lacy teal shawl is beautiful! Lots and lots of yarn overs, so I'll probably need a lifeline. The orange shawl with the interesting surface design also intrigues me.

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  17. IM addicted to shawls right now. I love them so much. I want to learn to make really pretty ones. i love giving them to people as a gift . it just makes my day

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  18. I don't think I can pick a favorite project. They are all beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

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