100 Afghans to Knit & Crochet

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 224 pages
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Avid knitters and crocheters will be overjoyed with this  treasure trove of 100 brand-new designs from two of the most famous names in needlework. From classic to cutting edge, these projects feature all the wonderful new yarns, introduce unusual new ways to do square motifs and unique borders, and include a wide range of designs, not just for crocheters, but for often neglected knitters. Here are afghans for every reason, season, and room in the house: masculine patterns “just for him,” charming kid and baby designs, frilly boudoir creations, take-alongs for outdoor games, patchwork patterns, even “lap-ghans” to warm Granny’s knees. Easy-to-understand instructions and marvelous photos make it fun and easy to choose and create these extraordinary afghans!
 

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User Review  - MarthaJeanne - LibraryThing

On the plus side, this book really does have 100 patterns for lovely afghans in a wide variety of techniques. On the negative side, there is nothing to tell you which are easy, and which should only ... Read full review

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WHITE STARS
18
EARTH TONES
28
PRETTY LACE
39

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A well-respected needlework author, Jean Leinhauser authored dozens of books on knitting and crochet. We would like to pay our respects to this fine author. We were saddened to hear of her passing.

Rita Weiss is an author, designer, and teacher whose name has become a household word in the fields of knitting, crochet, quilting, and cross stitch. The author of more than 150 books in the needle arts, she is co-owner of Creative Partners LLC needlework book production team. Linda Causee is a quilt editor for Creative Partners. Previously she was a longtime editor for American School of Needlework.

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