Craft And Cookbook Giveaway

I’m back with another giveaway today, hurrah! I’m giving one regular reader a chance to win two books I have recently contributed to as well as some little goodies. There is also a freebie for those who keep reading to the end.

The first prize is a craft book. Crochet Infinity Scarves is up for grabs along with 2 balls of Sirdar Big Softie Super Chunky yarn. Just in time for learning how to crochet a scarf for the colder months ahead!


The second book is a cookbook including recipes for Great Family Meals For Under £5. This book was a collaboration with other bloggers and includes my Fat Free Brownie Recipe along with some tasty budget meals.

The prize also includes the cutest ice cream cone kitchen timer too!


This giveaway is open worldwide, so get entering on the widget below for your chance. Good luck!

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And, if you are into cooking, you can download a free e-copy of the recipe book by clicking the icon below.

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63 thoughts on “Craft And Cookbook Giveaway

  1. I love Mary Berry and Delia Smith for baking and I love Cath Kidston’s craft books – I buy loads of her fabrics and sewing items!

  2. I love knitting books about cables and lace and cross stitch books of wildlife and samplers. I also have a stack of vegetarian cookbooks!

  3. I love cook books as this is something I can share with others, crochet is more for my own pleasure lol not everyone loves yarn as much as me hehe : )

  4. Hi Claire,
    I am following your blog from Paris since a little while and I like it very much.
    Thanks for this giveaway, as a beginner crocheter I would love to win the Crochet Infinity Scarves book.

  5. My fav cookbook is a Lofty Peak book which was my Gran’s… I may have to convert the measurement as they are old school but it’s fabulous (and precious). Great basic recipes in there.

  6. I love collecting both cook books and crafting books. Just got the coconut milk ice-cream book which I think is great and have my eye on a cake decorating one next.

  7. One of my favourite cookbooks is how to bake by paul hollywood, its got all different types of breadas/pastries and some cakes in and the breads so far have always turned out really nice and not like bricks like they usually do when i make them!

  8. I love the range of 3 ingredient cook books – perfect for when you don’t have time to be running round the supermarket collecting ingredients but still want to cook a delicious home made meal. All that time you save not having to root round for ingredients saves loads of time for crafting too! 🙂

  9. I really love all types of crafts, I don’t think I’ve tried one I haven’t liked. I like vegetarian and dessert cookbooks.

  10. I don’t have a favorite type of book but just love looking at all the wonderful things other people come up with. I love learning new crafts so anything with instructions reels me in too.

  11. My fav craft is crochey and love searching recepies on net and writing it in my journals.Amazing giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it.I assume that it is for two winners and then noticef it’s all for one,so generous of you.

  12. When I first started learning to knit I found a book called ‘Knitty Gritty’ by Aneeta Patel invaluable – it explains everything very clearly and has some really nice beginner’s projects to get you started.

  13. I love to hop between different styles of craft and cook books to find my perfect project or dish, so I would say I don’t have a fav.

  14. Since I’ve started cooking for myself I’ve had to use my ‘cook simply everything’ cookbook – ideal for someone who knows nothing! x <3

  15. Any book by James Martin is a must! I love any craft book or magazine,just wish I had the time to make everything I want to do

  16. My favourite cookbook is one that used to be my grans. Its falling to bits but it has handwritten notes in it to help.

  17. a cookbook for students!! im not a student but its ace, it has everything from boiling an egg to cooking a full roast dinner

  18. I’ve got a basic cookery book which I have had for years, it includes all the basic recipes, Victoria sponge, scones, rock buns, apple crumble nothing fancy but have used it since the 1970’s. The pages are now falling out and are in the wrong order but its still my favourite.

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