Unexpected Afghans, by Robyn Chachula

by Jill Wright
(Pine, Colorado)

Unexpected Afghans, by Robyn Chachula...a great new book is just out on the market!


Robyn pulled this book together guided by her curiosity about what other designers might have in their houses! And, so the concept was born.

Unexpected Afghans is divided into 5 sections, each devoted to a different sector of crochet; cables, granny motifs, color, lace and Tunisian, so there really is something for everyone.

I was lucky enough to have contributed to this book with my favorite technique - cables. My afghan is named Vika (pronounced vee-kah), and is also worked in the log cabin style.

There are 24 different afghan patterns (plus 5 pillow patterns), the afghans are all by different designers including Kristin Omdahl, Marly Bird, Ellen Gormley, Drew Emborsky, Annie Modesitt and MANY more, so you're going to find a really diverse set of patterns here. You're SURE to find something you like!

So - because this is a brand new book I am allowed to give to one lucky person a FREE PDF copy of this book! Yes! All you have to do to be in the running to win, is to leave a comment on this page telling me which is your favorite afghan pattern and why. It doesn't have to be from this book, just, if you have a favorite, do tell - we all want to know!

You need to leave a comment BEFORE midnight Mountain Time on Tuesday July 3rd to be eligible. On July 4th a winner will be randomly chosen and notified via email. PLEASE DO remember to leave WITHIN your comment some way of contacting you - I will need your first name and family name initial PLUS, a Facebook name, Twitter name, Ravelry name or email address. If I can't contact you, I'll have to pick another winner!

So - that doesn't give you much time! Let's hear which afghans you like so you have the chance to win a copy of this great new book, Unexpected Afghans!

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Jul 06, 2012
And the Winner is..........
by: Jill

Debbi P! Congratulations! I'll contact you on Ravelry for your email address!

Jul 03, 2012
All are awesome!
by: Carmen

All the patterns look great, but I like the Peacock afghan the best. It looks like a flower motif, which I love. (cnuland on Rav)

Jul 03, 2012
Unexpected Afghans
by: Mel

I love the Van Go waves by Kim. I love tunisian and love the painting "Starry Nights," which she said was her inspiration!
primrose.mel@gmail.com

Jul 03, 2012
LOVE THIS BOOK
by: Nancy Davis

I would love to make any of the afghans from this book; I think the Van Gogh Waves is my favorite, although yours is spectacular as well! I love to do Tunisian. (I am Nancy Davis on FB, Webpossum on Ravelry, and my email is webpossumsniche@gmail.com)

Jul 03, 2012
Favorite Afghan to make
by: Valencia

My favorite afghan pattern is one I created using a ripple pattern. I love combining colors and the wavy rhythm the pattern creates. I love doing this for shower presents and gifts.

I also love those continuous granny square afghans where you keep adding rounds until the afghan is the size you want -- easy and fun!

Jul 01, 2012
My favorite
by: Debbi P

My favorite afghan of all time right now is Bullion Beach Blanket by Donna Kay Lacey. It is a fresh exciting take on roll stitches.
I am doobee60 on Ravelry.

Jul 01, 2012
Unexpected Afghans
by: MarieAnge

I especially love the Peerie baby blanket! My adopted daughter is expecting in October :)
They are all beautiful though and it will be a difficult choice as to which to make first.

lokipancrochetdesigns@gmail.com

Jul 01, 2012
unexpected afghans entry
by: Kate M

I don't know that I have a favorite. Whatever is going to challenge me is my favorite at the time :). I am so EXCITED about this book. I have always admired cables that are found in knitting and I am excited that there so many afghans in this book that use that technique in crochet! Thanks for the chance to win!--kateyhbf@gmail.com--Kate M, PA

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