Learn to Crochet

Learn to Crochet

by Sue Whiting
     
 

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As a needle craft, crochet has stood the test of time and remains popular today, especially with the resurgence in vintage-style fashions and decorating. Now anyone can acquire this craft quickly and easily with Learn to Crochet. Beginning with the basics such as hooks and yarns, moving through simple stitches, and on to creating patterns and delicate

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Overview

As a needle craft, crochet has stood the test of time and remains popular today, especially with the resurgence in vintage-style fashions and decorating. Now anyone can acquire this craft quickly and easily with Learn to Crochet. Beginning with the basics such as hooks and yarns, moving through simple stitches, and on to creating patterns and delicate filet crochet, readers will find the step-by-step instructions accompanied by full-color photographs easy to follow. Novice crocheters can use this book to create beautiful projects, from fashion items such as hats and scarves to a beautiful white bedspread or pretty edged bedlinen.

Editorial Reviews

Art Equals Happy

This book really is great for beginners…. If you read this book, you will have the building blocks for most of your crochet adventures.

Craft My Stitch Up

I found the instructions really easy to follow, and the projects are all practical…. It makes such a big difference having plenty of pictures to go with the written instructions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781580111768
Publisher:
Creative Homeowner Press
Publication date:
04/15/2004
Edition description:
First
Pages:
80
Product dimensions:
8.48(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.27(d)

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Meet the Author

Sue Whiting is the author of Learn to Crochet, Big Book of Weekend Crochet, Party Crochet and Easy to Crochet Cute Clothes for Kids. Sue is a professional needlecraft design consultant and author who works with several textile companies to produce brochures, booklets and promotional materials. Her clients include Jaeger and Rowan Handknitting. She trained at the London School of Fashion and has worked with numerous magazines and publishers on all aspects of needlework.

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