Get Hooked: Simple Steps to Crochet Cool Stuff

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Get hooked. In a good way.

Hey, hipster. Forget glumpy afghans. Get hooked on Friendship Wrist Cuffs, a Sushi Roll Pillow, Fingerless Gloves (punk version), Fingerless Gloves (prom version), or a Pleated Miniskirt. These ain’t your granny’s crocheting. Specifically designed for tweens and teens, the trendy, simple projects inGet Hookedwill entice even the most too-cool-for-school young person. Clear, starting-from-scratch directions begin with how to hold the hook and where to put the yarn, then move with lightning speed to the good stuff--actually making crocheted items to wear and to share. Extra sections show teens how to make their own hook holders, how to select movies to crochet by, organize crocheting groups, even crochet for charity. Add the low, low cover price, and stand back as hordes of teens rush toGet Hooked!

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Werker (Teach Yourself Visually Crocheting ) has designed this book to entice today's preteens and teens to pick up a hook and learn to crochet. Clear close-up color photos of all basic crochet ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Kim Werker is a web designer, writer, crocheter, and the founder and publisher of Crochet Me, a bimonthly online magazine that is a hipster-crochet leader. Her first book was Teach Yourself Visually Crocheting. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Cynthia Frenette is an illustrator and graphic designer in Vancouver, British Columbia. This is her first book.

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