Monday, 17 October 2016

Giveaway prize draw

I've decided to do a Give away prize draw :-)

Entry is very simple, all need you to do to enter is own a copy of my book, it doesn't matter which version it is, either the UK Rainbow Crocheted Blankets or the US Rainbow Crocheted Afghans and leave an honest review on Amazon.

If you don't own a copy yet, you can buy from one of the links below, you can also find signed copies of the UK terms version in my Etsy shop - HERE

Once you have left your review, comment on this post or let me know on any of my social networking sites, Instagram, twitter or Facebook, or even send my an e-mail HERE

You can find Rainbow Crocheted Blankets here on AMAZON UK
And Rainbow Crocheted Afghans here on AMAZON US

The prize is a copy of my Foxgloves blanket booklet, a skein of yummy Fyberspates Scrumptious 4 ply and a pack of postcards.

Entries close on the 1st of November 2016.

Happy reviewing
Love Amanda


  1. I've always thought your blankets and afghans a wonderful, tiled take on an old tradition. I've already bought the foxglove pattern, but would love to win the book. Helen dot Mathey-Horn at hotmail dot com

  2. Hi Amanda, I've left a review on Amazon for your book please enter me into the prize draw. It's me, Mrs Danvers from Ravelry :D

  3. Hi Amanda, I have left a review on Amazon for you I am so inspired by your use of colour and am looking forward to breaking out from the humble Granny square as a beginner and making some truly awesome blankets. I think your book is going to keep me crocheting for a long time as I love all the designs and want to make them all!! I just have to find the crochet time for them all now :-) I am Linda R on Amazon It's very knid of you to give away a free pattern in honour of this amazing book and I would love to win it as the draw is just a couple of days before my Birthday and I couldn't think of a better present :-)

  4. I would love to win this book and to try your yarn it looks beautiful. In the book I like how you have made triangles fir squares and smaller circles fit around a large circle. I have wanted to make a blanket using rainbow colors and I already have an I sea on how to use these shapes to make my blanket. Then when I put it on my bead I am going to call it my rainbow bright room. Thank you