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Crochet

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Questions designed for beginners and experienced crocheters. Helpful advice from a leading expert on all aspects of crochet. Clear, detailed illustrations help explain specific techniques and effects. Chapters cover casting on, basic stitches, shaping, cables and twists, picking up and joining, and much more.

Tunisian Amigurumi

Author : Rohn Strong
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Combine Tunisian crochet with Amigurumi's and you've got a winning pattern book! This book includes 6 designs - a Whale, Tropical Fish, Tropical bird, Regal Blue Fish, Elephant, and Giraffe. Each toy is worked flat using Tunisian crochet and seamed invisibly using the mattress stitch. The toys are perfect for beginners, as they require very little knowledge over how to accomplish a single crochet stitch. The toys are all quite large at around 12” each using worsted weight yarn by Premier Yarns.

Awesome Crochet

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Awesome Crochet: 30+ Mix of Crochet Projects: Tunisian, Amigurumi and Kaleidoscope All in 1 BookBook 1Tunisian Crochet: Learn Tunisian Crochet Just In 7 Days And Make 7 Easy and Cute Projects! I'm sure you've seen those beautiful woven-like items that are absolutely breath-taking. And you've probably wondered how do people make those? Here, you will find out all the secrets to Tunisian crochet and you will get seven projects to practice your Tunisian crochet skills.It is not the usual crochet, nor is it knitting. It is a combination of both.You will learn the basics of Tunisian crochet and you will get 7 gorgeous crochet projects to work on.You will be able to use the items every day. Book 2Amigurumi Crochet: Awesome Amigurumi Projects You can Make For Your Kids Again, amigurumis. There are so many extraordinary patterns and toys that you can make yourself and some of them are her, in this book.These are so wonderful projects that once you finish them, you will definitely go back and make some more to give them as a gift to someone.Now, amigurumis aren't easy to do. But, if you follow simple instructions, like the ones inside this book, you will most definitely be able to make your own amigurumi even if you're a complete beginner. There are only few beginner stitches that are used in almost any amigurumi project and that's what makes things easy. Of course, you may find it difficult to understand certain patterns, but the ones that are inside this book are so simple that anyone can follow. Book 3Crochet: Kaleidoscope Projects: Shapes, Colours, d104ures and Patterns To Inspire and Admire! If you're sick of the boring, one-color, simple projects, in this book, you will find projects that will inspire you to make wonderful and colorful items that will be worth admiring. You will learn how to crochet some intricate-looking patterns that in fact aren't that complicated. All you need to do is to follow the instructions and you will learn them in no time.Here you will find descriptions of each and every step you need to make in order to complete all of the projects that are presented in the book. That is the reason why everyone can succeed in making these items.These patterns aren't too difficult, but you still need to have the basic knowledge of crochet. You can make most of these pretty easy, so some of them are perfect for quick handmade gifts to your friends and family. Happy crocheting!

The Crochet Answer Book

Author : Edie Eckman
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The ultimate crochet reference—completely revised and updated—from the expert crafter and bestselling author of Every Which Way Crochet Borders. Edie Eckman’s classic Q&A resource book has been updated with helpful answers to even more of your burning crochet questions. From beginning basics like yarn styles, stitch types, and necessary tools to detailed outlines of more advanced techniques, you can trust Eckman to deliver straightforward guidance and plenty of encouragement. With illustrations for left-handed crocheters and tips for broomstick lace, linked stitches, crochet cables, and more, The Crochet Answer Book is full of expert advice on every page. “The book does exactly what it promises: answers every question that any crocheter will ever have . . . The explanations give all the info you’ll ever need to get yourself out of a crochet quandary.” —BookRiot

Modern Crochet Bible

Author : Sarah Shrimpton
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The definitive guide to all the crochet techniques and stitches necessary to create stunning contemporary crochet projects, like the ten included here. Learn how to stitch stunning contemporary crochet projects using traditional techniques with a twist such as filet crochet or more recent techniques such as corner to corner crochet. All the key crochet techniques and stitches including Tunisian, tapestry, corner to corner, overlay, mosaic, filet, color pooling, and crochet embroidery are featured, as well as instructions on how to use the exciting, new yarns that are available. As well as step by step instructions and photography, there are patterns for over ten cutting edge modern crochet makes for you and your home. Choose from a cowl, blanket, wrap, bag, rug and many more.

Crochet Collection

Author : Lara Duran
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Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. Crochet Collection: (FREE Bonus Included) Top 10 Most Popular Crochet Techniques (Afgan Crochet, Tunisian Crochet, African Flower Crochet, Amigurumi Crochet) Crochet is a hobby that has been around for centuries. Ever since people discovered how to twist and knot thread and yarn, they have been creating all kinds of amazing things with nothing more than a hook. Crochet is a unique hobby - unlike knitting, crochet can't be done by machine, and must always be created by hand. Every time you see something that has been crocheted, you can know without a shadow of a doubt that it has been made without the use of any machinery whatsoever. But how can you create such amazing projects? How can you twist and turn the yarn into something that you can use, wear, or decorate your house with? If you have never tried crochet for yourself, it can look incredibly confusing. But it's not, and that's where this book comes in. In it, I am going to show you how to master the art of crochet, and get you started on the right path to create your own collection of crochet projects. It's really easy once you get the hang of it, and with these simple instructions, you're going to learn exactly what you need to do to make any project you want. From the simple blankets to the elaborate clothing, and everything in between - there's no end to the ways you can use crochet. Come with me on the journey of crochet, and learn exactly what you need to do to enjoy the hobby for yourself. From the beginning stitches to easy projects you can use for practice, this book is everything you need to get started with crochet. Download your E book "Crochet Collection: Top 10 Most Popular Crochet Techniques (Afgan Crochet, Tunisian Crochet, African Flower Crochet, Amigurumi Crochet)" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Crochet

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The visual way to get hooked on crochet The art of crocheting is timeless-and its popularity is evident in the surge of modern, sophisticated techniques like amigurumi and Tunisian crochet. So if you yearn for the skills to join this crafting revolution, this easy-to-follow guide is for you! With new patterns and even more techniques explained step by step, this updated edition is your go-to guide for learning how to crochet. Concise, two-page lessons show you all the steps to a skill and are ideal for quick review Detailed color photos demonstrate each step and helpful tips provide additional guidance New patterns, more techniques, and refreshed interior design Packed with tons of step-by-step instructions and fun, innovative patterns, Teach Yourself VISUALLY Crochet, 2nd Edition, gives you the tools you need to create one-of-a-kind crochet projects that will add handmade flair to your home and wardrobe.

Tunisian Crocheting the Ultimate Guides

Author : Ryker Boden
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Tunisian crochet is enjoying a revival with many crocheters wanting to expand their skills and try something new. This comprehensive guide has something for everyone--from complete beginners to those who have learnt the basics but now want to expand their skills. As well as the stitch tutorials, there are also different beautiful, contemporary designs to create. With projects ranging from fashion accessories to decorative homewares, there is something for everyone!

Big Book of Crochet

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Big Book of Crochet: Complete Guide To Learn To Crochet From Beginner To AdvancedBook 1Crochet Mandala: 5 Gorgeous Crochet Mandala Patterns Dear crocheters, I guess you are familiar with the mandala hype since it is everywhere!Not only did mandalas take over almost any design, but you can make your own, yarn, fluffy mandalas that will decorate your homes. Book 2Crochet Mandala.Book 2: Awesome Crochet Mandala Patterns If you like mandala on everything, why not make some? These crochet pattern instructions will help you make your own crochet mandalas in no time.The ideas are endless.There are some classic ideas and pattern basis but they're put together in a new, fresh, lacy way. Book 3Tunisian Crochet: Learn Tunisian Crochet Just In 7 Days And Make 7 Easy and Cute Projects! Here, you will find out all the secrets to Tunisian crochet and you will get seven projects to practice your Tunisian crochet skills.You will be able to use the items every day. Book 4Crochet Stitches: Instructional Guide on Crochet Stitches So, you have probably seen all those adorable crocheted items and patterns and are wondering if you could ever succeed in making something similar.Well, of course you can!The best thing of all is that this book gives you plenty of advice on how to make crocheting easier and there are so many tips and tricks that you will be like a pro once you learn all of them. Book 5Crochet Rugs: Modern Crochet Rugs For Your House That You Can Crochet Yourself Easy! Do you feel like decorating your home with handmade items? Do you have at least basic crochet skills? Well, if your answers are positive, I have perfect crochet projects that will put your time and materials to a good use. Book 6Amigurumi Crochet: Awesome Amigurumi Projects You can Make For Your Kids Again, amigurumis. There are so many extraordinary patterns and toys that you can make yourself and some of them are in this book.Now, amigurumis aren't easy to do. But, if you follow simple instructions, like the ones inside this book, you will most definitely be able to make your own amigurumi even if you're a complete beginner. Book 7Crochet Kitchen Necessities: All the Little Things You Need in Your Kitchen If you have a kitchen and I'm quite sure you do, there are so many things you can make yourself and improve your kitchen. You don't need to spend your money on those expensive accessories for your kitchen, you can make them yourself! Book 8Crochet Borders: Learn To Make Awesome Crochet Borders For Different Edgings So, you've crocheted or knitted a beautiful blanket or a shawl or basically anything and you need some edgings to finish it off? In this book, you will find many different kinds of edgings and you can pick and choose what kind of edgings you want for that particular project. Book 9Crochet: Kaleidoscope Projects: Shapes, Colours, d104ures and Patterns To Inspire and Admire! If you're sick of the boring, one-color, simple projects, in this book, you will find projects that will inspire you to make wonderful and colorful items that will be worth admiring. Book 10Bavarian Crochet: Trendy Bavarian Projects With Easy and Clear Instructions Bavarian crochet is something I discovered a couple of years ago and I am absolutely mesmerized by all the items that are made using this crochet technique.This technique gives an item a different texture, one that cannot be made using any other technique or stitch.

Crochet

Author : Alicia Breeden
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Crochet: Big Book of Crochet: Learn it All, From Beginner To AdvancedBook 1Crochet: Beyond Granny Squares Learn To Crochet Different Shaped Motifs Here, you will see what kinds of crochet motifs are there and what is the use for them. You will find many patterns and project instructions.These motifs can be used for almost anything: Baby blankets, pillow cases, blouses, accessories, bags etc. Book 2Crochet: Granny Square Pattern Learn to Crochet Amazing Projects This book will give you insight into how to crochet both classic granny square patterns, but also some other, more 'modern' approaches to the topic. Here you will find many tips and tricks that will eventually help you out with crocheting a perfect granny square. Book 3Tunisian CrochetEasy Tunisian projects that you can do in one day Tunisian Crochet is one of the most popular crochet techniques we have today.It explains how to go about different stitches and projects with the aid of diagrams. Book 4Bavarian Crocheting: Amazing Modern and Old-Fashioned Bavarian Crochet Projects This book is filled with some of beautiful Bavarian crocheting patterns.It is a unique style that creates nice-looking pieces and patterns interesting to the eye.Some of the patterns here can show you how versatile it really is. Book 5Crochet: Amazing Patterns For Crochet Borders Crochet is an art of creating objects through strands and hooks while lifting your mood, relieving your stress.In this book you will create gorgeous pieces of crochet with these amazing borders.You will find History and basics of crochet that every crocheter needs to know! And a whole lot more! Book 6Crochet Stitches: All About Crochet: Learn Modern and Traditional Crochet Stitches Do you want to develop speed and accuracy in crochet stitching? Have you learned from many people, or probably watched many online videos without achieving any positive result regarding your "crochet" desires? Book 7Crochet: Super Cute Crochet Gifts for Your Friends and Family If you're looking for some new projects to tackle and you want the end result to be super cute and gift-able, look no more, this book has many ideas for gifts. Whether you're looking for a gift for holidays or someone's birthday, you will most definitely find a gift that you can make in relatively short period of time and it will most definitely be worth it. Book 8Amigurumi Crochet: Modern Amigurumi Crochet Patterns Welcome to the world of the cutest, handmade toy - friends you have ever seen, the Amigurumis! These are the adorable, kawaii toys that originate from Japan, but are widely popular all across the globe. The most fun part is that you can create a toy from natural, soft materials and add the most important part that a toy can have - love! Book 9Knitting for Beginners: Learn to Knit in Just One Week! Did you ever wonder how those fluffy and clothing items are made? Have you ever wished to make one yourself? Come and dive into this book and you may discover how easy and simple it is to knit those amazing items. Book 10Crochet 101: Master Crochet Basics Easy! Who wouldn't want to crochet? Especially when you see all those lovely and cozy pieces made out of yarn, you have to want to learn how to make those for yourself and your loved ones. The basics are very easy, if you follow the instructions, I guarantee that you are going to master your crochet skills in no time.And the results are often enchanting!

Crochet

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Afghan (blanket), Amigurumi, Bead crochet, Bilum, Blocking (textile arts), Broomstick lace, Cro-hook, Crocheted lace, Crochet Guild of America, Crochet hook, Crochet thread, Debbie Stoller, Doily, Dye lot, Eisaku Noro Company, Filet crochet, Freeform crochet and knitting, Granny square, Hairpin lace, Hook gauge, List of crochet stitches, List of yarns for crochet and knitting, Novelty yarns, Shell stitch, Stitch marker (crochet), Tapestry crochet, Tunisian crochet, Yarn bombing, Yarn weight. Excerpt: Crochet (; French: ) is a process of creating fabric from yarn, thread, or other material strands using a crochet hook. The word is derived from the French word "crochet," meaning hook. Hooks can be made of materials such as metals, woods or plastic and are commercially manufactured as well as produced by artisans. Crocheting, like knitting, consists of pulling loops through other loops, but additionally incorporates wrapping the working material around the hook one or more times. Crochet differs from knitting in that only one stitch is active at one time (exceptions being Tunisian crochet and broomstick lace), stitches made with the same diameter of yarn are comparably taller, and a single crochet hook is used instead of two knitting needles. Additionally, crochet has its own system of symbols to represent stitch types. Video demonstration of crochet technique. The word crochet comes from Old French crochet, hook, diminutive of croche, feminine of croc, of Germanic origin. Lis Paludan theorizes that crochet evolved from traditional practices in Iran, South America, or China, but there is no decisive evidence of the craft being performed before its popularity in Europe during the 19th century. The earliest written reference to crochet refers to slip stitch crochetshepherd's knitting from The Memoirs of a Highland...

Crochet

Author : Lisa Garland
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Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. CrochetA Beginners Guide on Reading Crochet Patterns and Graphs Crochet is wonderful hobby because the skills you learn can be used to create useful items for your home, for gifts, and fashionable items for yourself and family. Crochet is easy to learn and the projects you can create with a few basic stitches will blow your mind. In this book you will learn how to read the patterns and graphs that will allow you to make anything your heart desires. This book is full of pictures and directions on how to read the abbreviations used in patterns and the symbols used in graphs. Reading patterns and graphs will show you how to make: Amigurumi Winter Gloves, Hats, and Scarves Socks Sweaters Blankets and Throws Pillows Toys and More! Download your E book "Crochet: A Beginners Guide on Reading Crochet Patterns and Graphs" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!

Crochet So Lovely

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This collection is truly dear to the author's heart. She is a math fanatic and oftentimes gets really focused on the construction and technical aspect of design. After years and volumes of success with fashion-forward designs, she thought she'd challenge herself to design a collection of romantic, feminine, and girlie wearables.Lace is a perennial topic among crocheters and these days it's hotter than ever. Kristin Omdahl has always had a special flair for designing lace and openwork, and here offers a variety of lace techniques. She covers how to create exciting lace using basic motifs and stitches, and also includes garments made with broomstick, hairpin, Tunisian and Bruges lace techniques.Shawl and cowl projects exist alongside full garments projects such as sweaters and tunics, the fitted garments showing off shaping techniques in a more advanced fashion. Garments are constructed in traditional fashion (with the lace crocheted in pattern) as well as by joined motifs. Crocheters will find a veritable orchestra of crochet ideas to choose from, even felting, in the form of a sumptuous felted handbag. |Oh-so-Lovely crochet lace designs! Enjoy 21 beautiful crochet patterns that you will wear again and again in Crochet So Lovely. Author Kristin Omdahl offers a collection of crochet lace patterns along specific themes--creating interesting lace by playing with gauge; creating allover lace; keeping lace as the focal point; and working motifs - as well as the time-honored techniques of broomstick lace, Tunisian crochet, and Bruges lace. Wrap yourself up in crochet accessories like shawls and cowls, along with sweaters, cardigans, and tunics. Show off your shaping techniques in fitted and flattering garments. You will find a veritable orchestra of crochet ideas to choose from, even felting, in the form of a sumptuous felted handbag.|Wrap yourself up in crochet accessories like shawls and cowls, along with sweaters, cardigans, and tunics. Show off your shaping techniques in fitted and flattering garments. You will find a veritable orchestra of crochet ideas to choose from, even felting, in the form of a sumptuous felted handbag.

Crochet

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Presents an introduction to crocheting, with instructions for beginning and advanced stitches, advice on yarns and tools, guidance for reading patterns and charts, and tips for correcting common mistakes.

Crochet Master Class

Author : Jean Leinhauser
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Demonstrates 18 sophisticated crochet techniques as practiced by master designers and instructors, sharing such methods as Stitch Diva Jennifer Hansen's hairpin lace, Carol Ventura's colorful tapestry crochet and fiber artist Prudence Mapstone's freeform crochet. Original.

Crochet for Beginners

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Are you looking for a complete guide on crochet? Then keep reading... What kind of movement assuages stress, moves inventiveness, and advances prosperity all while being fun and utilitarian? The appropriate response: crochet. Find the benefits of learning how to crochet. We should begin with the nuts and bolts. I am not catching crochet's meaning? Crochet is characterized as the way to hook string or yarn to make the material. In its earliest stages, crochet was in all probability done utilizing the fingers. Crochet is the French word for "small hook." This little semantic comprehension may prescribe that the French assumed an enormous job in its creation. Notwithstanding, there is a minimally acknowledged confirmation to back this up. Or maybe, chronicled analysts and crochet darlings have ordered arrangements of potential hypotheses, offering different suggestions for how this framework may have initially gotten energized. Right off the bat, crochet could've started in Arabia, step by step spreading eastbound to Tibet, westbound to Spain, and afterward to other Mediterranean nations following Arab exchange courses. Furthermore, it could've started in South America - where it's thought that a crude clan crocheted enrichments for pubescence rituals. Thirdly, the source could've been China, where it's understood that dolls were routinely worked in crochet. This book covers the following topics: Types of Crochet Crocheting Supplies: tools and materials Crochet Terminology Getting Started Crochet Stitches Crochet Patterns: Beginners Crochet Patterns: Intermediate Crochet Patterns: Advanced Simple Amigurumi Project Tips and Tricks Frequently-asked Questions ...And much more Crocheting is a common practice in the current world. It is a process by which a person creates fabrics through interconnecting loops of strands, threads or yarns of different materials. The complex process is made easier by the use of a crochet hook. The name crochet hook has been derived from term crochet in the French language. This term is used to refer to a small hook in the French language. The term is also related to a German crock which means a hook. The crochet hook is made of different types of materials. These materials include plastics, woods, or metal which are commercially manufactured and products made in workshops of artisans. Several people are confused when it comes to differentiating crocheting and knitting. However, there is a significant difference between the two processes. The difference is firstly noted with the instruments used in the processes. The second difference is noted in the process. While crocheting, an individual is supposed to complete each stitch then carry on to the next stitch. However, several stitches are left uncompleted at a similar time while an individual is knighting. Various systems that prefer this kind of system include the broomstick lace and Tunisian crotchet. It is because they keep several crotchet stitches being open at a similar time. This book is designed for complete beginners and I will be starting right from the very beginning - the materials and instruments that you need, the different stitches, and how to start and finish a piece of crochet. I will show you how to read a pattern and I will give you some basic patterns to follow to produce your piece of work. I'll be dropping in little bits of homework along the way as well so be prepared! Pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!

Crochet Stitch Dictionary

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Great for new and experienced crocheters alike, The Crochet Stitch Dictionary offers 200 stitches with detailed written, charted, and photographed instructions. This essential book presents 10 color-coded stitch sections: Basic, Fans & Shells, Bobbles & Clusters, Spike stitches, Post stitches, Mesh & Filet, Cable stitches, Tunisian stitches and more! Learn each stitch as they are simultaneous written, charted, and offer step-by-step photo instructions, clearly explaining where the yarn goes each step of the way. In addition to the photo instructions and charts, each stitch pattern shows a finished swatch in actual size. You'll enjoy the colorful and eye-catching "candy-box" sampler pages of every stitch that start every section. The Crochet Stitch Dictionary offers excellent useful instruction and eye-catching inspiration for all crocheters.

Every Which Way Crochet Borders

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Step-by-step instructions and symbol charts put these 139 creative new border designs within reach for beginning and advanced crocheters alike. If you’re ready to chart your own crocheted course, Edie Eckman offers plenty of helpful design advice, including how to choose an appropriate border for each project and how to incorporate an element from the main stitch pattern into a new border design. She then explains, with the help of close-up photos, how the same pattern can have dramatically different results depending on the weight of the yarn. With each pattern diagrammed to approach in both rounds and rows, Every Which Way Crochet Borders is an inventive and invaluable resource.

Complete Crochet Course

Author : Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
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From renowned crochet designer Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby comes the ultimate reference for absolute beginners . . . and all crocheters eager to improve their skills. Filled with step-by-step photography, this unparalleled guide teaches you how to crochet from the very first stitch, from choosing a hook and yarn to working in the round. Ten patterns get novices started on their first projects, while intermediates will enjoy mastering even more advanced techniques.

The Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs

Author : Linda Schäpper
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Uses diagrams and color photographs to demonstrate five hundred varied designs, including chains; single, double, and triple crochet; v-stitches; shells; x- and y-stitches; picot; puff stitches; and cluster, popcorn, dropped, and relief stitches.