Crobots Book Giveaway


You may remember that I mentioned posting another giveaway this week. It’s taken me all week to get it up!

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Crobots is a book of 20 amigurumi robot patterns, and I have to say….these robots are very cute! My personal favorites are the little dogbot and ninjabot:

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These would make great homemade toys for older children (or spouses!). Many of the patterns include screws, nuts, bolts, or springs which would not be suitable for very young children.

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For those of you who are new to crochet, don’t be too intimidated by these little guys. The beginning of the book is devoted to showing all of the techniques needed to complete the dolls.

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If you’d like to enter the giveaway, leave a comment below!

If you really really want to win the book, you can increase your chances by tweeting about or posting about the giveaway. Just come back and tell me what you did…if you tweet and post about the giveaway leave separate comments for each.

I’ll close comments at midnight on Thursday and announce the winner next Friday.

Good luck!

Comments

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    Karla says

    Would it be greedy of me to want to win another great giveaway at OCP?!? Just got my Sew Darn Cute book in the mail last night and I’m loving it! Thanks OCP! πŸ™‚

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    Danielle says

    I’m definitely new to crochet but my husband would get a kick out of these! They are too cute!

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    Bettina says

    My almost 3 year old grandson is so into dinosaurs and robots…I am a beginning skill crocheter, could I manage to make him the robot on the book’s cover?
    Please enter me in the giveaway…I’m willing to try ( just for him!)

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    Kelly R. says

    One of my goals this year is to learn how to crochet something that’s not a series of straight lines–all I seem to do are scarves and blankets! These little guys sound perfect and I’d love to win. πŸ™‚ Thank you!

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    says

    Oh they are just darling! I started to crochet again just recently after not touching a needle in several years! I had forgotten how fun it was.