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Paperback Crochet Techniques Book

ISBN: 186351371X

ISBN13: 9781863513715

Crochet Techniques

There are more unique crochet stitches than anyone can count--which is what makes this remarkable book so valuable for crocheters. Each of its sampler rugs introduces the reader to a variety of new stitches. One consists of 36 squares, all in yarn of the same color, yet each with its own distinctive stitch. Another is a tasseled circle made with 19 multicolored hexagons. Still more projects are based on a jacquard stitch; Tunisian crochet (also called...

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Crochet Techniques Review

Crochet Techniques is a wonderful book for beginning and advanced crocheters. The book contains good instructions with enough pictures to easily show how to do specific patterns. I checked out numerous crochet books from the library, but kept coming back to this book. I ended up making the first afghan pattern and worked great. I highly recommend this book.

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Thanks for a great service. the book I ordered arrived ahead of schedule and I was informed all the way of my order progress. Thanks very much, would highly recommend.

Great afghan sampler book

Written by an Australian teacher of crochet, this book is a great way to learn a lot of interesting sts while making a lovely "rug". For Americans these rugs are actually afghans as the yarn used is dk or worsted with G or H hooks. Each of the 5 projects is a sampler and instructions are written out in both English and American terminology as well as symbols and a symbol guide. First is a classic 36 st sampler with mainly familiar patterns. Then a hexagon sampler (motifs) of 19 patterns. Jacquard is third with 30 patterns, Tunisian sampler with 36 patterns and finally crochenit with 30 patterns. Crochenit uses a double-ended hook. Print and paper is good and lots of color for the instructions. Binding seems pretty sturdy in this oversize paperback. Book can be compared to the Tracy and Levin "Crochet your way" with a lot of explanatory material throughout the book. I didn't see entrelac crochet among the squares and there is no index. While I haven't made anything yet, I find the book to be very impressive with a wealth of material seldom found in any of my other books. Highly recommended to all crocheters and especially for those wanting to learn new methods.
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