SweaterBabe. Com's Fabulous and Flirty Crochet: Gorgeous Sweater and Accessory Patterns from Los Angeles' Top Crochet Designer

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Quayside, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Crocheting is the new knitting and no doubt, hot designer Katherine Lee is spurring the trend. The percentage of women under the age of 45 who know how to knit and crochet has doubled in the past six years. Retailers and the media are jumping on the bandwagon, too, by energizing many women who have not knitted or crocheted for years. It's a hip, calming pastime to our hectic busy lifestyles.

Unfortunately, the crochet patterns on the market are not necessarily in tune with today's young crocheter. That's why this book is a must-have for any enthusiast. SweaterBabe.com's Fabulous & Flirty Crochet provide this expanding market of crocheters with twenty fresh and fashionable designs from Lee, a top pattern designer and instructor.

These are not your boring old granny sweaters. These patterns are for beautiful, lacy, feminine, sweaters, camisoles, hats, belts, tanks, handbags, and scarves. Fun-to-make, and stylish to wear, these contemporary projects will appeal to crafters of every skill level.

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Review: SweaterBabe.com's Fabulous and Flirty Crochet: Gorgeous Sweater and Accessory Patterns from Los Angeles' Top Crochet Designer

User Review  - Starling - Goodreads

I just got this in the mail today! The patterns are so cute!!! Read full review

Review: SweaterBabe.com's Fabulous and Flirty Crochet: Gorgeous Sweater and Accessory Patterns from Los Angeles' Top Crochet Designer

User Review  - Carrie - Goodreads

Very nice patterns. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Katherine Lee is a prolific crochet and knitwear designer and instructor based in Los Angeles, where she also runs her popular website SweaterBabe.com. An engineer and MBA by training and a former internet exec, Katherine changed careers to focus fulltime on her longtime passion for crochet and knitting. Her crochet and knitting designs are featured in magazines as well as several of the highly successful Vogue Knitting on the Go titles, Greetings from Knit Cafe, Fabulous Crochet Ponchos, and The New Crochet. She was a Guest Expert on the DIY show Uncommon Threads, in an episode called "Crochet Class", where she taught knitters how to crochet a simple triangular shawl. She teaches many classes, introducing the joys of crochet and knitting to hundreds of students in Los Angeles.

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