200 Fun Things to Crochet (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
224
Utgivningsdatum
2017-01-04
Upplaga
Uses material from previous publications.
Förlag
Search Press Ltd
Medarbetare
Lyle, Victoria (red.)
Illustratör/Fotograf
color Illustrations
Illustrationer
Illustrations, color
Dimensioner
224 x 223 x 15 mm
Vikt
732 g
ISBN
9781782215219
200 Fun Things to Crochet (häftad)

200 Fun Things to Crochet

Decorative Flowers, Leaves, Bugs, Butterflies and More!

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200 Fun Things to Crochet contains an irresistible collection of small and cute crochet projects* for all levels of ability. Containing a mix of beautiful, three-dimensional projects inspired by nature - flowers, birds, bugs, leaves and even creatures from the sea - as well as a collection of charming floral square motifs, the reader will have no trouble finding something to inspire them. Ideal for using up scraps of yarn, the 200 mini projects are quick and easy to make, both at home and on the go. Compiled by top crochet designers, they make stylish embellishments to give or to keep. *Projects have appeared in previous publications.
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200 fun things to crochet, edited by Victoria Lyle and published by search press. This one captured my attention immediately. The jacket shows exactly what you can expect to find in the book, cute fun projects and easy instructions on how to make 200, leaves, flowers, butterflies, bugs, vegetables and more. To make the motifs larger simply switch up the yarn and hook size, et voila a giant sweetcorn! I hooked up a cute butterfly. It was easy as pie and took about 3 mins from start to finish. Skill levels are indicated as part of the information for each motif/creature. This book is perfect for beginners and learners and will also keep the advanced hooker happy too! I plan on making a cushion for my niece and popping on as many tiny creatures and flowers as I can fit onto it! Various crochet techniques used throughout the book are included for reference at the back, very handy. There are also squares and hexagons galore. This book is a superb reference book and will come in useful for years to come, well worth the GBP14.99 I say. * Lazy Daisy Jones * 200 small projects to crochet no matter what your skill level. Levels are indicated from beginner to advanced. 3D projects are inspired by nature and include crocheted flowers, birds, bugs, leaves and sea creatures. You'll also find floral block designs. Projects are a great way to use up odd leftover yarn. Equipment, yarn, crochet as well as finishing techniques are given at the back of the book, with useful images. Photos of all the projects appear at the front of the book, then again with the instructions. Some of the floral blocks have chart designs, favourites are lazy daisy and sunflower. There are circles, squares and triangles. Square blocks could be stitched together to make a blanket. I can see the porcini mushrooms, oak leaves and acorns as well as butterflies being very popular. The hammerhead shark and whales are must-crochet. * yarnsandfabrics.co.uk * Great book for quick crochet ideas.. lovely pictures and step by step instructions.. easy to follow, loads of great ideas that I'm looking forward to making. -- Charlie Young * Customer Review * A great crochet book, full of creative fun small projects, perfect for using up a stash of yarns or an excuse to buy more yarn :) I'm between a beginner and intermediate crocheter and found the written instructions clear to follow, I've never crocheted following a chart before so it is helpful to have both of these forms to follow giving me a better understanding of using a chart pattern. There is a great range of patterns, flowers, insects, marine creatures and botanicals along with some very pretty floral blocks, triangles etc. The range of projects cover many seasons/holidays - so you can combine them together to create some lovely Spring, Autumn, Winter or under the water themed wreaths. Each pattern is graded by skill - beginner, intermediate or expert. Each crocheted item is clearly and attractively photographed - with a great summary of all the crocheted project and its skill level at the beginning of the book. There is also a whole section on techniques and stitches. I just wish there was more information on which hooks to use than general guidance which I know depends on yarn type etc. So far I have made 3 beautiful flowers, and I'm looking forward to making a starfish and sea urchin. This is the perfect book for anyone wanting to move on from bland beginner crochet creations, and create some fun crocheted items whilst stretching your ability with a full range of projects at different skill levels. -- Angela Moore * Customer Review * Such a lovely project book containing 200 nature based designs such as Fish, Flowers, Plants & Bugs. The book has easy to follow instructions and has a detailed section on the techniques needed making it easy for beginners but also offers a challenge to those who have been crocheting for a while. The projects can then be added to other creations such as Blanke

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Lesley Stanfield is a long-time hand-knitting designer and has been the knitting editor of several women's magazines. She has produced a number of books on knitting and crochet. She lives and works in Whitstable, Kent. Kristin Nicholas is a knitwear designer and decorative artist. She was named one of Vogue Knitting's Master Knitters of the '90s and has designed knitwear for Vogue Knitting, Family Circle Knitting, and other other major magazines. Kristin lives in western Massachusetts. Betty Barnden is a freelance needlecraft designer who studied furniture design at the Royal College of Art (where she made her first tubular knitted chairs). Betty has designed knitting patterns for companies such as Sirdar, Patons, Jaeger and King Cole. Her knitwear, embroidery and crochet designs have appeared in many magazines over the years, and she has also designed embroidery projects and kits. Betty regularly contributes to Sewing World magazine. Jessica Polka is a designer of soft sculpture and embroidery based in San Francisco. Her online shop, Wunderkammer, opened in 2007, and her designs have been featured in galleries and shops throughout the world.

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