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How to Make 100 Crochet Appliques: Patterns for Fun Flora, Fauna, and Icon Patches
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How to Make 100 Crochet Appliques: Patterns for Fun Flora, Fauna, and Icon Patches

by Deborah Burger
 

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This charming book presents 100 crocheted patches arranged in sections by theme, including farm animals, ocean life, feathered friends, flora, techno, holidays and special occasions. Crocheted appliques are skillfully photographed, and written instructions are accompanied by stitch diagrams.

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This charming book presents 100 crocheted patches arranged in sections by theme, including farm animals, ocean life, feathered friends, flora, techno, holidays and special occasions. Crocheted appliques are skillfully photographed, and written instructions are accompanied by stitch diagrams.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781589237520
Publisher:
Creative Publishing int'l
Publication date:
05/01/2013
Series:
How to Make Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,117,038
Product dimensions:
9.20(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.70(d)

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Meet the Author

Deborah Burger is the author of Crochet 101 and How to Make 100 Crochet Appliqués. She learned to crochet from her grandmother at age 12. While she has found enjoyment in many fiber, textile and other art forms, crochet remains her lifelong favorite. She has been teaching crochet for more than 20 years, through Girl Scouting, various community centers, summer camps, at Charlotte’s Fibers (a yarn shop in Western North Carolina), and the John C. Campbell Folk School. She is active in the online community, Ravelry, and has written articles and patterns for Interweave Crochet and the e-zines, Crochet Insider and Crochet Uncut. Deb and her musician/potter husband, Don, are the parents of seven grown children and have several grandchildren, most of whom also crochet. In addition to crochet, Deb enjoys knitting, embroidery, painting, fiber sculpture, gardening, performing folk music, and reading.

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