Crochet Noro

Author: Sixth&Spring Books
Publisher: Sixth & Spring Books
ISBN: 9781936096480
Size: 21.12 MB
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Presents a collection of thirty designs by such leading contributors as Lily Chin, Yoko Hatta, and Doris Chan, explaining how to use such inventive yarns as Kureyon Silk Garden and Taiyo to crochet a swirly hat, a trendy bias miniskirt, and other handmade items.

21 Crocheted Tanks Tunics

Author: Sandi Rosner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0811763420
Size: 68.91 MB
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Crochet yourself cool with fashionable sleeveless tops that will fit your style! Crocheted fashion isn't just for cold weather with the 21 refreshing designs in this book, perfect on their own or as layers.

101 Double Ended Hook Stitches

Author: Annie's Attic (Firm)
Publisher: DRG Wholesale
ISBN: 9781931171021
Size: 72.40 MB
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Included in 101 Double-Ended Hook are closely woven stitch patterns to the more open and lacy Crochenit stitches. A photograph of each side of the swatch demonstrates which stitches work best for reversible designs. All you need to determine is whether to make a dishcloth, place mat, afghan or a wearable garment.

Modern Crocheted Shawls And Wraps

Author: Laura Strutt
ISBN: 9781782493112
Size: 78.17 MB
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Shawls, wraps and throws are a simple yet colourful way to liven up your wardrobe or home - they are comforting and cosy, but they can also be stylish and delicate. Modern Crocheted Shawls and Wraps has 35 patterns ranging from a simple, slip-on crochet wrap, to a large open-work shawl with tassels, and an emerald-green throw with contrasting borders. There are lace-patterned shawls to drape around your shoulders at a party, or capelets to add a layer of warmth to your outfit on chilly days. Granny hexagons and stars are used to make giant rectangular wraps and throws, while triangle stitch and puff stitch add texture and weight. There's even a 'stash-buster' pattern with a mix-and-match border designed to use up your colourful leftover yarns. Many of the shawls would make excellent gifts - particularly as 'prayer shawls' - and of course, one size fits all!Following on from Modern Granny Square Crochet and More, this latest collection from Laura Strutt features her usual up-to-date style and modern pallette of brights, variegated yarns, and neutrals, while many of the patterns use the increasingly popular super-chunky and variegated yarns.

The New Crochet

Author: Marion Madel
Publisher: Potter Craft
ISBN: 038534614X
Size: 77.56 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A fresh, upscale approach to crochet, with 38 simple projects presented in 25 comprehensive yet easy-to-understand lessons for anyone just picking up this craft. Crochet gets a chic makeover in this beginner-friendly book from French designer and crochet teacher Marion Madel. The 38 quick and easy projects include oversized scarves, cozy cowls, lacy shawls, decorative embellishments, bags, and much more. In 25 lessons, beginners will steadily build their repetoire of crochet skills, each one presented in detailed step-by-step photos, from creating foundation chains to decreasing and increasting stitches to crocheting in the round. For each lesson, the accompanying patterns offer the chance to try out new stitch patterns and techniques while creating a collection of beautiful garments and accessories that go far beyond typical "beginner's" projects.

Mandalas To Crochet

Author: Haafner Linssen
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250083052
Size: 60.83 MB
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Crocheted mandalas are having a moment! And it's no wonder the lovely mandala is in vogue: one evening is often enough to begin and finish something eye-catching. Many crocheters make mandalas as a meditative activity, while others love them simply for the wonderful opportunities they offer for mixing colors and stitch textures. A new take on traditional shapes, like granny squares or hexagons, these attractive crocheted circles are causing a real buzz in the crochet community. Included are complete written and charted directions for a variety of types of circular designs, plus a range of creative techniques and ideas to make yours stand out from the crowd. With full patterns and inspiring photos, a review of crochet techniques, a discussion of materials, colors, finishing techniques, and lots of project ideas including bags, shawls, blankets, and pillows, this book guarantees many hours of happy mandala-making.

101 Easy Tunisian Stitches

Author: Carolyn Christmas
Publisher: Annies Attic Llc
ISBN: 9781931171748
Size: 55.12 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Tunisian crochet is a type of crocheting in which each row is made up of two parts--placing loops on the hook, and working them off. The work is not turned, so one side of the work, usually the front, is always facing you.

Crochet At Home

Author: Brett Bara
Publisher: Interweave
ISBN: 1596688386
Size: 36.73 MB
Format: PDF
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"Former Crochet Today editor Brett Bara curates a collection of 25 crochet projects for the home from top crochet designers"--

Crochet Therapy

Author: Bestan Corkhill
Publisher: ABRAMS
ISBN: 9781419721113
Size: 17.59 MB
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Crochet Therapy will inspire you to pick up a hook and take some time out of your hectic day to dive into colorful whorls of yarn. Focus, relax, and become more mindful by making more than 20 simple and colorful projects comprised of crocheted mandalas, soothing circles, and other beautiful motifs. Each repetitive pattern helps you engage with your materials, increase your well-being, and unlock your creativity. Mindfulness exercises accompany the patterns and complement the therapeutic effect of crocheting for achieving calm, stress relief, and becoming "effortlessly present" in your craft. Clear instructions and a host of finishing techniques round out the pretty projects and crocheted bounty.

Crocheting For Dummies With Online Videos

Author: Karen Manthey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119287111
Size: 38.92 MB
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This revised edition of Crocheting For Dummies provides new and revised content including: Fresh new patterns, stitches, and techniques, including crochet styles from around the world A new section covering common crocheting mistakes and how to correct them Crocheting with an eco-awareness: using organic yarns, tie dye yarns, as well as free trade and sustainably sourced fibers, and how to recycle materials Information about of the many resources and events held within the community, like the annual Sheep and Wool Festival held in Rhinebeck NY since 1980 that attracts thousands of yarn crafters and wool lovers.