A Year in Books: The 2018 Crochet Titles You Need Now!
It’s hard to believe that 2018 is almost over. Just as quickly as spring and summer breezed by, fall will be gone in a flash, and, all the while, Interweave’s library of new books has been steadily growing. In case you missed them, we’ve had some seriously stellar crochet books released this year! So, before we get buried in too much snow and holiday chaos, now is the perfect time to take a look at all the 2018 crochet books you might have missed.
You might be raising your eyebrow to the idea of adding a flower loom to your crochet arsenal, but I thought the same thing. Not until I dived into Haafner Linssen’s book Crochet Loom Blooms was I fully converted. There are so many possibilities for this addicting craft, and I can honestly say that my little flower loom has gotten some serious use since the release of this crochet book.
As someone who had the chance to personally interact with all the motifs from Sandra Eng’s book Crochet Kaleidoscope, trust me when I say that this book is pretty spectacular. If you’re the type of crocheter who can’t get enough color, texture, and cool designs in your creations, and if you’re a sucker for motifs, make this crochet book a MUST for your library.
Corner to Corner Crochet, an exciting, new book from our friends at SewandSo, Corner to Corner Crochet is the greatly anticipated guide to this trendy technique from none other than Jess Coppom, the mind behind Make & Do Crew. Grab your own copy and see what all the buzz is about!
Coming soon: The Art of Crochet Blankets
Last, but most certainly not least, is the highly anticipated newest crochet book, The Art of Crochet Blankets by Rachele Carmona. Filled with crochet blanket patterns inspired by the work of other modern makers, this is truly a unique book to add to your collection!
The year is almost over, so don’t miss out on these exciting 2018 crochet books!
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