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Spring is in the air and Crocheted Flowers by Jan Ollis is the perfect craft book to take to the park and we've got five copies of the book up for grabs.

We've also got a sample project from the book for making a Crochet Daisy Chain which would be the cutest Spring accessory.

Win a copy of the book (UK only)

To win one of our the book, simply leave a comment below telling us which crafts you love to do in the park?

Congratulations to Catherine G, Helen S, helen b, Helen W and Jayne P.

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Search Press »

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Sairy_Fairy
Sairy_Fairy · Blackpool, England, GB · 1 project
I love nothing more than going to Stanley park, sitting on a field of grass in the sun just making daisy chains Happy so natural and peaceful!! X
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Amy T.
Amy T. · Nottingham, England, GB · 2 projects
I love making traditional daisy chains, they're so pretty! I like to make one long enough to make into a circle and wear it around my head Happy If you're doing crafts outdoors, it's always lovely to use the natural things around you like this Happy
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Helen W.
Helen W. · Carlisle, England, GB · 56 projects
Does cloud watching(looking for crazy cloud shapes) count as a craft? If not then it has to be tatting as it's small and neat and always in my bag!
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helen b.
helen b. · Salford, England, GB · 1 project
i love to knitting in the park a alway have a little bag of knitting projets to do with me when ever i go out Happy
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Jayne P.
Jayne P. · 1 project
Crochet Hexipuffs! Oh so satisfying little stuffed Hex's which then get joined in the corners to make whatever you want, you can used wee bits of left over yarn so nice and eco too!
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Helen S.
Helen S. · Chippenham, England, GB
Cross stitch because its small and light to carry in your handbag and there is plenty of light so you can sort the threads.
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Rachael P.
Rachael P. · London, GB
It has got to be crochet!

I live about 20 minutes away from Hyde Park, and I always keep a ball of yarn to hand, because you never know where the moment will take you; especially on a beautiful, hot, summer's day (unlike the weather we're having currently!). Can sit under a big oak tree, and watch the people go by. <3
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Catherine G.
Catherine G. · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 9 projects
Crochet is good to do cos its easy to transport and start and stop, but daisy chains are great to pass the time on a sunny day in the park.
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