A To Z Of Crochet

Author: Sue Gardner
Publisher: Martingale & Company Incorporated
ISBN: 156477998X
Size: 19.79 MB
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Presents step-by-step instructions and photographs covering the techniques of crocheting.

A Z Of Crochet

Author: Country Bumpkin
Publisher: Gardners Books
ISBN: 0977547639
Size: 19.66 MB
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If you have never held a crochet hook before, the simple instructions and easy-to-follow photographs at the beginning of this book will have you working like an expert in no time. Learn about bobbles and clusters, loop stitches, picots and popcorns, shells and spikes.

A To Z Of Knitting

Author: Sue Gardner
Publisher: Martingale & Company Incorporated
ISBN: 1564779149
Size: 20.13 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This must-have resource offers essential knitting know-how. With more than 1,000 close-up photographs featuring real hands holding real yarn and needles, there's no easier way to learn this beautiful craft.

Crochet The Complete Guide

Author: Jane Davis
Publisher: Krause Publications Craft
ISBN: 9780896896970
Size: 11.34 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Crochet is a varied craft form with everything from thick, yarn afghans to delicate lace doilies. It's hard to find a book that covers it all, and when you do, most books are large and heavy, not something you can carry with your project for easy reference.

Beginner S Guide To Crochet

Author: Sarah Shrimpton
Publisher: David & Charles
ISBN: 9781446372579
Size: 11.81 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Want to learn to crochet, but have no idea where to start? Well this book will guide you through the basics and have you completing your first project in just one day! Each new stitch is explained in easy steps with accompanying photographs and diagrams and is followed up with a project showing you how to utilize your new found skills. The 20 modern projects range from a super simple cafetiere cosy to a granny square blanket, plus there is a section dedicated to "extreme crochet," using t-shirt yarn to create larger-than-life crocheted creations. In addition, crochet charts are included for each stitch and pattern with the author explaining, in detail, how to read and follow charts. The author's chatty, informal style will take you on your journey from newbie to fully-fledged crocheter and before you know it you'll be crocheting and making fantastic homemade presents for friends and family. Crochet blogger Sarah Shrimpton, who blogs under the name Annaboos House, is a self taught crocheter and former teacher, who started blogging for fun and now has over 7k followers on Instagram.

Getting Started Crochet

Author: Judith L. Swartz
Publisher: Betterway Books
ISBN: 9781620332498
Size: 13.92 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Neophyte crafters learn how to wield a crochet hook with skill and grace, enter yarn stores with confidence, and recreate their favorite crochet trends in this invaluable guide. Seemingly complex crocheting jargon and techniques are demystified with step-by-step photographs and instructions. Clear diagrams demonstrate how to hold a crochet hook and yarn, and form basic stitches to create a simple scarf. More advanced skills - such as shaping, working in rounds, motifs, and edging - lead into sophisticated projects, including an evening bag, a pillow, and an edged camisole. Designed for the extreme beginner, the manual also contains an index, a list of additional resources, and helpful charts.