Beginner's Guide to Crochet

Would you like to crochet but don't know where to start? This book explains all the basic crochet stitches and techniques alongside 20 simple crochet projects so you will be crocheting in a day.
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Beginner's Guide to Crochet

20 Crochet projects for Beginners

By Sarah Shrimpton

 
Do you want to learn to crochet, but have no idea where to start? You would love to set to work on some gorgeous yarny creations, but find patterns and charts confusing and scary? Well this book will guide you through the basics and have you completing your first project in just one day! Each new stitch is explained in easy steps with accompanying photographs and diagrams and is followed up with a project showing you how to utilize your new found skills.
 
The 20 modern projects range from a super simple cafetiere cosy to a granny square blanket, plus there is a section dedicated to 'extreme crochet', using t-shirt yarn to create larger-than-life crocheted creations. In addition, crochet charts are included for each stitch and pattern with the author explaining, in detail, how to read and follow charts. The author's chatty, informal style will take you on your journey from newbie to fully-fledged crocheter and before you know it you'll be crocheting and making fantastic homemade presents for friends and family. Crochet blogger, Sarah Shrimpton, who blogs under the name Annaboos House, is a self taught crocheter and former teacher, who started blogging for fun and now has over 7k followers on Instagram.
 
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SKU T6353
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Number Of Pages 128
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ISBN 13 9781446305232
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