Book Giveaway: Scary Sock Creatures and Other Halloween Crafts!comments (68) October 3rd, 2012
Halloween is fast approaching and you're in for a wicked treat! To help celebrate this fantastically ghoulish day we're giving away not one, but three books that feature hauntingly fun knitting, paper, and sock projects!
RETURN OF THE STUPID SOCK CREATURES (Lark Crafts)
In this follow-up to the hugely-popular Stupid Sock Creatures, author John Murphy recruited 15 fellow sock enthusiasts to create bigger, better, and zanier sock monsters. Some of the stupid creatures feature two heads, wings, tails, and others have one eye. With 19 projects in total there is bound to be a sock critter for everyone.
KNITMARE ON ELM STREET: 20 PROJECTS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT (Running Press)
Knitmare on Elm Street author Hannah Simpson shows you how to knit 20 different spooky projects. The book offers easy to follow, step-by-step instructions, diagrams and full page color photos. You'll learn to knit an Abominable Snowman, Ferdy Hand Puppet, Necronomicon iPad Cozy, Light-Up Ghost and more.
HORRORGAMI: CREEPY CREATURES, GHASTLY GHOULS, AND OTHER FIENDISH PAPER PROJECTS (Running Press)
Horrorgami features 25 eerie origami projects for both beginners and experienced paper crafters. Author Chris Marks demonstrates how to make these ghouls, ghosts, and beasts with step-by-step instructions and diagrams. Some of the projects include Beastly Bat, Sinister Skull, Maleficent Medusa, and Stupefying Spider.
Leave a comment on this post before the deadline-11:59 EST pm, October 17, 2012-and you could be one of the three lucky winners who will be chosen at random and announced on October 18, 2012.
PS: The 2012 Threads Halloween Costume Contest is coming soon!
Whether you are creating a costume, designing decorations, or building your very own haunted house, find the inspiration for all of your Halloween needs here.
If you create your own costume, be sure to enter it in the Threads Halloween Costume Contest, before 11:59 p.m. EST, November 5, 2014 to win great prizes from McCall's and Threads.