Have you been following along on with the 31 Days of Crochet Giveaways! On Day 2 I gave away a terrific free crochet pattern from Anastacia Knits and now I’ve got another wonderful pattern from this designer up for grabs. Enter below to win.

About the Prize

The winner will get a free PDF of the crochet pattern for the Stepping Stones Shawl by AnastaciaKnits. This shawl is made using a top down design. It includes two sections plus a crochet edging, providing variety for the crafter to keep the project interesting throughout. It is easily adaptable to different yarns, hooks and finished measurements.

Anastacia Knits is a great crochet designer. Read my interview with her here.

How to Enter


Details

This giveaway is only open until midnight EST tonight. The winner will be announced tomorrow on Twitter and Google Plus as well as in a roundup post of winners on Sunday.

 

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16 Comments

  1. larathornberry Reply

    Hi there Kathryn – I have developed a love for crocheted shawls and this is a delightful pattern! I’d love to go into the draw to win it. You are doing a BRILLIANT job with your December posts!

  2. Lisa Mills Reply

    I’d make it for MMMMEEEEEEEE LOL That way if other people like it then I will be familiar with the pattern and make less mistakes.

  3. A shawl would be a lovely gift for my grandmother’s best friend who recently began living in the nursing home. This is a beautiful pattern!

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  6. Lettetia Elsasser Reply

    What a beautiful shawl! I would make this for a dear friend at church.

  7. I would make this shawl for my youngest daughter. She would love it made in green and purple. Yes, green and purple together:)

  8. I would make this to give away to a senior citizen. Thanks for this opportunity!

  9. Susand1408 Crochet Addict Reply

    I would make this shawl for my gran. She is 89 and has altzimers. Beautifully made things are something she can still appreciate.

  10. Love the shawl and the color used to make the one in the picture. If I win the pattern I’m going to make it for my mom.

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