Andrea Graciarena is a crochet and knitwear designer with a B.A. in Fashion Design. Among other things, she has designed an array of stunning shawls, wraps, shrugs, and boleros. In December 2012, she self-published her first e-book, Tunisian LACE Crochet: Shaped Shawls. Her designs have also been published by yarn companies and in magazines.
Andrea’s Florencia Lace Shawlette is lacy, open, and sure to attract compliments!
The Anna Shell Shoulderette is elegant and cute at the same time! It’s mostly crocheted, with a knitted neckline. I would be willing to pick up my knitting needles for this pattern… and that’s something I almost never do!
Today’s Stop 2: Visit LeAnna Lyons
LeAnna Lyons has been a Crochetville forum member for as long as I can remember! I’m so glad to have her on the blog tour today. She teaches crochet classes at a local yarn shop. She knows German and French and refers to herself as the Eccentric Haus Frau. She is a new Associate Professional in the Crochet Guild of America.
Good-Bye Until Tomorrow
Our Little Giveaway: Autographed Pattern Postcard
Today’s entries are closed. Winners: Congratulations to Ann Imler Chubb and Ann Le Roy!
Each day of A Tour Through Crochet Country, we’ll be giving away two promo postcards, one to each of two winners. These are only available at our 2013 consumer show booths, and will be autographed by both of us, Amy Shelton and Donna Hulka, co-owners of Crochetville! The postcard includes Amy Shelton’s exclusive X Marks the Spot scarf pattern.
To enter, please leave a comment below answering this question: What places do you usually crochet (living room couch, coffee shop, etc.)?
The fine print: Must be 13 or older to enter. Entries must be received by 12:00 midnight Pacific time on the date of this post. Winners will be selected by random drawing and notified by email the following day. Void where prohibited by law.
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