Crochet by Tracey Todhunter
Techniques and Projects to Build a Lifelong Passion For Beginners Up (Learn It! Love It!)

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Can't get to a crochet class or workshop that's close to home or work? No worries. This skill-building book let you learn at your own pace, wherever and whenever you have the time. For beginners and improvers, it's a passport to successful learning. Includes:Hundreds of detailed how-to photographs, carefully annotated so it is easy for you to find what you're looking forGuest designers sharing some of their favorite crochet patterns"Quick start projects" for beginners who are impatient to try out their skills--or for improvers looking to brush up on techniques--with projects that don't need much in the way of materials and timeUseful techniques sprinkled throughout, so readers can quickly understand essential conceptsClinics to help students solve project dilemmas
Find the techniques necessary to learn crochet and love it--in no time at all!

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Published March 1, 2016 by Barron's Educational Series. 160 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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Todhunter has made a career out of designing and teaching crochet, and her first book takes her experience and distills it into a step-by-step illustrated crochet class. The book opens with essential crochet skills, including information about yarn, crochet hooks, and helpful supplies, followed b...

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