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Win a pair of craft books by Super+Super

7 June 2015 44 Comments

Hot on the heels of their publishing debut with Printmaking and Embroidery, Brighton crafters Super+Super have released another pair of books with original projects on Crochet and Paper Cutting. And we have one of each to give away!

Super + Super crochet craft book

The Super+Super series, created by Claire Culley and Amy Phipps, centres on the idea of crafting with friends, with tutorials to help creatives of all levels inject originality into their wardrobe, home décor and gifting repertoire.

Super + Super paper cutting craft book

Crochet and Paper Cutting each contain 20 illustrated tutorials showing readers how to create items such as tablet and phone cases, a wine holder, birthday cake toppers, bunting and garlands and much more using widely-available materials.

Super + Super crochet craft book

Our favourites are the colourful crochet necklace, stool cover and vintage fruit bag. And the paper masks are bound to go down a treat at weddings or any event where there’s an opportunity for photobooth fun.

Super + Super papercutting craft book

Each project is fully illustrated with step-by-step instructions, a list of all the tools you’ll need and techniques that are described in detail.

Style blogger Claire Culley and crafter Amy Phipps run regular craft classes and events including vintage tea parties, speed dating and swap shops in venues around Brighton.

For your chance to win the pair of books, simply comment below telling us which craft you enjoy the most or you’ve always wanted to try.

This competition is open to UK residents only and closes at 12 midnight Sunday 20 June 2015. The winner will be picked at random and contacted on the email address they use to leave a comment on this blog post. Their details will then be passed on to GMC Publications to fulfil the prize.

Crochet and Paper Cutting: 20 Projects for Friends to Make are published by GMC and available for £12.99 each at www.thegmcgroup.com.

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44 Comments »

  • Sheila ODonoghue said:

    I normally do crochet, knitting and sewing, I do like the look of the crochet book as this would give me some fresh ideas and at the moment I do need them.

    Saying that I have never done any paper crafting and I like the look of the paper book, it would be nice to try something new.

    Hopefully I do win as I would make good use of both books. 😀

  • chantelle gould said:

    would love these books as i love to crochet it would also be nice to learn a new craft 🙂

  • iain maciver said:

    MAKING CARDS

  • Miss Tracy Hanson said:

    I love making cards. Stems from our next-door neighbour who gave me loads of card/cutouts and coloured envelopes when she wasn’t able to carry on due to health issues. It’s so relaxing too, something you can pick up and leave when you want. Currently on snowman and Frozen-type stuff for Christmas for some younger friends.

  • Paula Readings said:

    I would like to try knitting, wouldn’t know where to start though.

  • claire woods said:

    card making

  • Sandra Jenkinson said:

    I like scrapbooking, especially after a trip away.

  • Evie said:

    Dress-making 🙂

  • claire griffiths said:

    cross stitch

  • SandraB said:

    Crochet and scrapbooking are my favourite crafts.

  • Michelle Banks said:

    i love knitting x

  • Sara Say said:

    Cardmaking,decoupage and making decorated notebooks.

  • Stacey Kavanah said:

    love doing paper crafts so many different things you can do

  • karly townsend said:

    Card making

  • carol watkins said:

    Card Making & Cross Stitch

  • tracey grevatt said:

    always wanted to learn crochet

  • Jennifer I said:

    Wish I was better at sewing.

  • Chantelle Kemp said:

    I love knitting, but I would love to try card making and other paper crafts.

  • Kirsty Morton said:

    I love making bracelets, necklaces and anklets.

  • Jade H said:

    i like card making and scrapbooking

  • Natalie Crossan said:

    Crocheting

  • Alison O said:

    I love cross stitch

  • Kathleen Brown said:

    I used to knit and crochet as a child; but can no longer recall how to do these wonderful pastimes. It would be good to learn again.

  • Harriet Higgs said:

    Crochet

  • Sheri Darby said:

    Crochet

  • Victoria Prince said:

    Cross stitch 🙂 Though a couple of my friends took crochet up a few years ago and I’ve fancied trying it ever since – just haven’t got round to it yet!

  • Hannah Igoe said:

    I love papercraft – so many different ways!

  • Andrew Tanner said:

    prop making

  • sara cherriman said:

    card making! love receiving personalised cards!

  • pauline black said:

    I love card making. I would love to try parchment. Also like cross stitching.

  • Kel said:

    I like card making the most, but I’ve really, really wanted to try decoupage. I haven’t because I’ve been scared I’ll mess it up :$

  • Liz E said:

    I *love* card-making but never tried knitting or crocheting – would be a perfect prize <3 xx

  • Julie Moody said:

    I love knitting but would love to try crochet.

  • Fran H said:

    I’ve always wanted to try crochet!

  • lynsey poole said:

    At present I adore papercutting but want to branch out and try new things!

  • Tamsin Dean said:

    I love sewing, but always wanted to knit but not sure where to start

  • Christine OPrey said:

    Scrapbooking and Knitting

  • Aaron Milne said:

    Card making

  • Daphne Mueller said:

    I am relearning knitting and crochet. and also having a go at cross stitch

  • Alison Jolliffe said:

    I have always wanted to learn to crochet!

  • Vickie Jackson said:

    I’ve always wanted to make pop up cards or to try knitting and crochet 😀

  • Vickie Jackson said:

    I’d love to try crochet 😀

  • melissa hall said:

    I love knitting, and I have just learned crochet.
    There’s loads of others I’d like to try, maybe spinning!

  • Natalie - Tea, Cake & Make said:

    I’d really like to try macrame and rubber stamp carving!

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