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Paperback Crochet for Kids: Sweaters for Infants, Girls, and Boys Book

ISBN: 1561585122

ISBN13: 9781561585120

Crochet for Kids: Sweaters for Infants, Girls, and Boys

They don't get any cuter than this ... Crochet for Kids features more than 30 unique and fun designs for babies, toddlers and preteens. There are 23 themes in all, each with a garment and accessories... This description may be from another edition of this product.


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4 ratings

Crochet for kids!

I finally had the time to look through and wanted too crochet a sweater. I seen a couple in the table of contents I figured I will try........ I cant tho, I am missing pages 97- the end. It's a great book for ideas and patterns are very easy to read, just wish I wasnt missing pages.

SO CUTE -- I wish they had instructions for adult sizes

I love this book. A lot of kids' crochet books focus on styles for little girls -- but this one has several real winners for little boys. The designs are unique and really cool. They're cute without being "cutesy." Your children will not be ridiculed by their classmates when they show up in the outfits you made them from this book. They're not "dated" -- if you bought this to make things for your kids, you'll probably still be able to use it for your grandkids. Beautiful pictures show every detail, which is important if you're like me -- I rely more on the pictures to tell me what to do than the instructions/patterns.

Very good book

I read the reviews for this book and checked it out at my local library. Personally, I found there to be some great patterns in it, and I am now putting it on my wish list for future purchase. It is true that there aren't many boy patterns in it, but that is hard to find anywhere. The patterns in this book are very cute and I can't wait to try them out!

Good for BOTH sexes.

Two or three boy patterns? Nonsense. There may be only four patterns with obviously male models, but many of the baby patterns are on models of indeterminate gender, and if you add in patterns that are either obviously unisex or could be made so with an altered color scheme, there are about an even dozen that can be boys' clothes. Twelve out of 22 might not sound like a lot, but crochet patterns tend to be skewed towards females to begin with. Many of the patterns are quite unique, in a sweet-old-fashioned sort of way (who can't love a crocheted coonskin cap?). The only complaint I have is that some of the patterns are needlessly complicated. There's a lovely dress, for instance, that calls for a D hook & has you making the sleeves separately and then sewing them on. Using the included schematics, I was able to make a lookalike dress with a G hook and crocheted-in-place sleeves. Overall, though, it is very worth the price if you're looking for something different. And don't let the title fool you, there is much more to the book than just sweaters.
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