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Complete Crochet Handbook: The Only Crochet Reference You'll Ever Need

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Everything CROCHET, all in one place!

This comprehensive reference work filled with photos and step-by-step instructions is the competent companion for beginner and advanced crocheters. From making your first stitch and learning basic techniques through to complex stitch patterns and specialized skills such as Tunisian crochet, Irish lace, color work of all sorts, and other exciting ways to crochet, this book is the ultimate guide for every crochet enthusiast!

Traditional techniques such as working in rows and rounds, cables and post stitches, lace, and filet crochet are explained in detail. Learn to understand crochet symbols and work from charts, and understand the "code" of written crochet instructions. Specific patterns for granny squares and basic socks, hats, and mittens are also included, as well as a section of stitches for inspiration. More than 1100 photos and illustration, helpful tables, great tips, and 100 FAQs complete your education. A complete index makes it easy to find whatever you need. The Complete Crochet Handbook covers it all!

ISBN-13: 9780811772013

Media Type: Paperback

Publisher: Stackpole Books

Publication Date: 12-05-2023

Pages: 368

Product Dimensions: 11.01h x 8.54w x 0.84d

Eveline Hetty-Burkart works as a freelance editor and author for magazine and book publishers. Although crochet is her favorite needle-art, her field of work includes a wide variety of handicraft techniques from design to creative implementation to instructions. She is co-author of The New Crochet Stitch Dictionary. Beate Hilbig studied fine arts in Nürtingen and worked as a freelance artist, designer, and author for many years. She has extensive handicraft skills in crocheting, knitting, and embroidery. Beatrice Simon worked as a translator of handicraft books, and her long-standing passion for everything to do with wool and needles led her to begin designing crochet items. Since 2007 she has been blogging in French and German about her love of crochet as "lilli-croche," in memory of her dear aunt Lilli, who taught her to crochet. She resides in Brittany, France.