Monday, September 6, 2010

Book Giveaway: Day Number Eight


Last, but not least, I bring to you another book on crochet. Quick and Cozy Afghans.  The back cover's only description is:  A Series from the Oxmoor House.  Really, the title says it all, so I don't know what else the back cover needed to say.

My mom has made two afghans from this book.  They both turned out beautifully.  (I'd take pictures, but they're packed away until winter.)  However, at this point, she says she's done making afghans for awhile and so we ought to pass the book along.

For the final time, all you have to do to enter the drawing is to comment.  It's okay to comment even if you don't want to enter, but be sure to make it clear you're not interested.

While all the books have garnered some comments, none of them have an "over-abundance" of entries. So far, the book that has garnered the most interest is Free-Style Quilts with 10 actual entrants (still subject to change until tomorrow at noon). The competition isn't all that fierce.

If you're just now coming to the eight days of book giveaways, it's not too late to check out the books from previous four days.  The giveaways will close at noon (Pacific Standard Time) on September 7th and winners will be announced September 8th.

Note:  Again, for those of you who use the "" for your reply email, you will need to provide some contact information to me if you should win.  Please be sure to come back and see if you are a winner on September 8th.  As it stands, there are several people who have entered the giveaway that I have no way to contact. As time is of the essence due to our impending move, I will only wait until Monday, September 13th before choosing a new winner.


  1. Like the crochet, I would love to learn something new, and maybe discover a secret talent...

  2. Michelle, your giveaways look fun! I'll put my name in on this, and look back on the others.

  3. What a cool book. Please count me in.

  4. OK, now while I don't crochet clothes, I do enjoy crocheting afghans occasionally! Especially in the winter when you can snuggle up underneath what you're working on - and it's such a wonderfully portable craft! (And it's really hard to sit on a crochet hook and injure yourself, unless you are using the itty bitty ones....) ;-)

  5. Please count me in for this one Michelle, I always love an afghan to crochet. Thanks again for the opportunity for these great giveaways.

  6. Hi Michelle, I find winter is the best time to crochet an afgahan. I love to have it laying on my lap while working on it! Count me in this giveaway also!

    Can't wait to find out who winds all of your giveaway goodies.


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