Teach a Group of Kids to Crochet

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Leisure Arts, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 72 pages

This helpful guide for teachers and handbook for students has all the information anyone needs to create an entertaining and educational class for children between ages 7 and 14. All you have to possess is knowledge of some basic crocheting skills; expert Kay Meadors will teach you the rest! Close-up photos show how to make each stitch (right-handed and left-handed), and the clear instructions are written without abbreviations, so they are easy for children to follow. These fun projects are included so students can practice each new skill: Bookmark/Napkin Ring, Wrist Band/Sweat Band, Coaster, 2 Dishcloths, Flower, Newborn Hat, Juggling Ball, Scarf, Rolled Brim Hat, Skull Cap, Lap Throw, Square Pillow, and Bear's Hat & Scarf.

 

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Contents

Table of Contents
2
Additional Information Page 67
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Yarn Information Page 71
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Index Page 72
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Copyright
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Back Cover
74
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About the author (2008)

Kay Meadors is the author and designer of numerous Leisure Arts knit and crochet books, including I Can't Believe I'm Lace Knitting. She also has written about how to teach a group of kids to knit and crochet and designed numerous collections of afghans, ponchos, christening sets, kid's caps, and other creations. Early in her career, Kay was a Leisure Arts knit and crochet instruction writer. To learn more about Kay and her passion for knitting, spinning, weaving, and quilting, visit her blog at NaturalStateKnitter.blogspot.com.

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