Learn To Crochet Quickly And Easily

Learn To Crochet Quickly And Easily

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by Maria Vowell
     
 
"Finally! Quick and Easy, Step by Step ways to Master Crocheting in 12 days or Less"

Special Release!! Now Included - Incredible Free Bonus Gifts to Ensure you never run out of crocheting ideas and patterns. Plus, tips and short cuts for pattern converting, left-handed crocheting, and tons of resources for creating beautiful crocheted delights. Free Bonus

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"Finally! Quick and Easy, Step by Step ways to Master Crocheting in 12 days or Less"

Special Release!! Now Included - Incredible Free Bonus Gifts to Ensure you never run out of crocheting ideas and patterns. Plus, tips and short cuts for pattern converting, left-handed crocheting, and tons of resources for creating beautiful crocheted delights. Free Bonus Crochet Patterns included and did I mention Tons of FREE crochet patterns!

After reading this book you'll be able to create magnificent crochet pieces to enjoy for years to come. So, what will you find in the "Official Guide to Crochet"?


The history of crochet is fascinating! Who knew it dated back so far?
Exactly how far back does is date? Find out the history of crochet and its many uses-from bookmarks to blankets-on pages 7-11.

What size hook, what kind of yarn, where can these things be purchased?
Using the right crochet equipment is very important. Pages 12-24 outline everything you'll need to get started and where you can find these supplies.

The purpose of this book is to teach you how to crochet and pages 24-27 get you started.
You'll learn how to hold the hook and yarn and how to form a chain of stitches. You'll be crocheting in minutes!

To get started you will learn how to single crochet.
Pages 27-29 give you the fundamentals of creating a quick, solid fabric and the opportunity to perfect your stitches through single crochet.

Some projects will require changing the color of your yarn.
Page 29 details this process so you can create colorful pieces of crochet.

There are different ways to stitch and pages 30-32 give written instructions and illustrations for slip stitch, half double crochet, double crochet, and treble crochet.
You'll be an expert in no time after reading this book!

Page 33 begins a section on crochet tips from gauge to how to create the perfect circle.
If you're a "lefty", your in luck because there is info on left-handed crochet in here too!

In Crocheting you'll need to start a new ball or skein of yarn and tie off loose ends.
Pages 35 and 36 show you exactly how to do this. You'll learn how to do this without showing knots on page 37.

Having just the right tension is important in order to keep your crochet uniform.
On pages 37-40 you'll learn how to work tightly or loosely and how to move the yarn through your fingers all while keeping your edges straight. You'll also learn how to increase or decrease your stitches as you go.

Changing yarn color takes practice, but you'll learn even more about doing this on page 41.
Being able to tell right from wrong is important when crocheting.
Page 43 shows you how to know the right and wrong side of your crochet piece.

Sometimes you might have difficulty pulling your hook through your loops or with puckering in your foundation row.
These issues as well as what to do with extra stitches are discussed on page 44.

If you already know how to crochet but are having trouble with missing stitches or uneven edges, page 46 of this guide will help you solve your problem and get you back on track.
When you are ready to take on a more difficult pattern you will be able to do it with confidence after reading the section on working front, back or both and working around the post.
You'll also benefit from pages 47-49 on turning corners, joining seams, and joining squares. You'll be crocheting afgans in no time!

Growing up did you ever play with those little round doilies your grandmother had lying around? Well, now you can make your own!
You'll learn how to crochet in the round and to create the perfect circle on pages 52-54. Make Grandma proud!

With the section on crochet tips concluded, you're ready to start a project.
Page 54 begins a discussion on choosing the right first project and how to complete it. It's just starting to get good!

There are many different stitches to choose from in crochet. The stitch guide on pages 59-69 will help you determine which stitch you want to use.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011842399
Publisher:
BuyNick, LLC
Publication date:
11/25/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
229,599
File size:
5 MB

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Learn To Crochet Quickly And Easily 1.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
cyanbe More than 1 year ago
I'd give this zero stars if I could. For starters, the synopsis seems to be for a completely different book. I purchased it for the discussion of crocheting a perfect circle, which supposedly appears on pages 52-54. Unfortunately, the text ends at page 21 of the scanned document (page 47 of the file)at which point you are treated to a "special bonus" "trial" of IRISH CROCHET AND HOW TO MAKE IT. That's right--it's two badly compiled books for the price of one! There is NO discussion of perfect circles & doilies at all. While it does discuss changing colors and stitching for lefties, they don't appear on the pages or in the order discussed in the synopsis. This isn't the book described. The file is also badly scanned/compiled. Words run together in nearly every sentence making reading a chore. For example, page 7(16) "on this foundation ch youcan work nearly...to make the second or following stalways insert..." My favorite is the list of abbreviations used in crochet on p. 3 "ChSt(s)stSKSpBLLpPIncDecScDcHdc or sdcTrDtr trPc stLP st" followed by what they mean "chainstitch(es)slip stitchskipspaceblocklooppicotincreasedecreasein crochetdouble crochethalf or single double crochettrebledouble trebletriple treblepopcorn stitchloop stitch." If you're not already familiar with crochet terms & abbreviations, it comes off as utter nonsense. You're also treated throughout to advertisements for the company making what is undoubtedly a public domain book available for a price CraftseBooks, Host4profit where you can sell your own bad copies of this title, and the 'author's' website where you can purchase crochet patterns! As for it being "authored" by Maria Vowell, apparently she 'translated' IRISH CROCHET into modern English. Or as the file reads "today 'smodern English." The author of LEARN TO CROCHET isn't identified. Don't waste your money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very outdated.
Eleanor Chambers More than 1 year ago
Dont waste your money
A233G More than 1 year ago
The pictures are not too good in black and white.
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