Wrap yourself in gorgeous crochet shawls inspired by the lyrical words of classic poetry with the 20 stunning designs shared in Poetic Crochet. Lace together the simplest of stitches to create a romantic collection wraps and shawls that soon will become a timeless staple in your crochet wardrobe.
When creating the captivating, wearable collection of shawls, wraps, and stoles found in Poetic Crochet, you’ll explore a variety of shawl shapes, construction techniques, borders, and edgings. Learn from author Sara Kay Hartmann which fibers that work best in shawl making, how to play with gauge when crocheting shawls, how to achieve a beautiful drape, and more.
The patterns in Poetic Crochet have been designed to showcase the simple sophistication that’s achievable with the most basic of stitches. So, you won’t need any special technique knowledge to recreate these inspired pieces. No matter your skill level, beginner to advanced, you’ll find something rewarding-and poetic-in this collection of 20 projects.
About the Author
Sara Kay Hartmann has contributed to Interweave Crochet, Interweave Crochet Accessories, Fast Crochet Hats (Interweave 2013), Crochet One-Skein Wonders (Storey 2013), and others. Find out more at sarakayknitandcrochet.com.
|Author/Speaker/Editor||Sara Kay Hartmann|
|Number Of Pages||136|
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|File/Trim Size||8.5" x 10.25"|
- Beautiful and Romantic
- All of the patterns are awesome! I'm so excited to make them! Problem is I'm having a hard time deciding which one to do first! I've been crocheting for 50 years and have used both written instructions and diagrams and don't really have a preference but, I really like both the written instructions plus the diagrams for each pattern. I would recommend this format for all crochet patterns. (Posted on 7/5/2016)