Textured Crochet: More Than 70 Designs with Easy-to-Follow Charts

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Macmillan, Sep 18, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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This is the essential illustrated reference to a wide range of sumptuous textured crochet stitches: choose from bobbles, popcorns, and curlicues; Aran-style cables; ripples and knots, and raised flower and leaf motifs.


-Includes over 70 stitch patterns and features multicolored swatch photographs to show how color and texture can be combined to create wonderful effects.


-Stitches are organized by method of construction and include easy-to-follow symbol charts and complete row-by-row instructions.


-Basic techniques are demonstrated with clear step-by-step illustrations, and a fold-out flap provides a useful reminder of how to work the charts.

 

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The graphic pictured as the book cover is really the first page. That said, this book appears to be a treasure trove of interesting ideas and approaches to crochet. I say appears, because I just ... Read full review

Learning how to create Texture crochet projects

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This book is a great investment for those of us to whom wanna p ick up new techniques & implement them in our crochet apparel & other projects. If you learn things visually this is worthy of a ... Read full review

Contents

All rights reserved Printed in China
6
STITCH COLLECTION 28
7
Conceived designed and produced
15
Blundell Street
24
Irishstyle Crochet
28
Stitch Heights
34
Post Stitches
44
Half Double Crochet
54
Long Trebles
60
Multirow Textures
68
Aranstyle Crochet
74
Surface Crochet
88
Index
96
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About the author (2007)

Helen Jordan is a long-standing member of the U.K. Knitting & Crochet Guild. She is also an active member of the international and U.K. freeform crochet guilds. Helen was runner up in the International Crochet Awards: Mirror of Success in 1999.

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