DetailsYou really, really want to learn to crochet. But you donít know anyone who can teach you. Can you learn, all by yourself, from a book? Yes, you can! In just a few hours you can learn a new skill that will bring you pleasure for years to come. Crochet is a favorite of international fashion designers, and on the runways garments with crochet trim, or even completely made in crochet, are regularly seen. Fashions arenít the only thing you can make with crochet. Crocheters love to make afghans, baby clothes, placemats, rugs, handbags, hats, scarvesóthe list of what youíll be able to make is endless. This book by Jean Leinhauser will show you all of the basic stitches and techniques, plus four decorative stitches. It also has some patterns that have been written especially for beginners. Stapled: 52 pages. 7 Projects: Hat and Scarf Set, Baby Afghan and Bonnet, Granny Ripple Afghan, Tank Top, and Headband.
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Date Published Jan 1, 2006 Country of Manufacture N/A Front Cover Author Jean Leinhauser
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- Great Even for a Seasoned Crocheter
I know how to crochet already but, when I got stuck on something I had my mother and my sister to help me. Now they are both gone and now I have to get books to help me out. This one is a very good choice because knowing how to crochet you can always learn how to do it better.
- Great Start for a New Crocheter
I purchased this book for my granddaughter, who was always asking me to make things FOR her. I thought it was very well-written and easy to understand. Even as a seasoned crocheter, I learned a few tips by reading through the book myself. I delivered it with a set of crochet hooks and a skein of yarn. My granddaughter found it easy to understand and actually began work on one of the projects in the book after reading through the instructions. I highly recommend.