Go Crochet! Afghan Design Workshop: 50 Motifs, 10 Projects, 1 of a Kind Results

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Krause Publications, Apr 28, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Take your crochet on the go!

Do your hands itch to crochet while you sit in waiting rooms, on airplanes and at soccer games, but you don't want to carry along lots of yarn and heavy projects? In Go Crochet! Afghan Design Workbook, you'll find patterns for 50 interchangeable motifs designed for a range of skill levels that can be easily crocheted while on the go! Author Ellen Gormley provides you with great tips for assembling portable projects, creating fantastic color combinations, and arranging your crocheted motifs in unique and exciting ways.

Inside, you'll find: Patterns and stitch diagrams for 50 motifs in 5 different shapes: squares, rectangles, triangles, hexagons and octagons Recommendations from the author for 5 great mix-and-match options for each interchangeable motif 10 complete afghan patterns using a single motif, 2-3 motifs and multiple motifs A thorough guide to crochet basics, as well as design techniques for assembling your motifs into one-of-a-kind projects So choose your favorite motif, grab your hook and yarn, and go crochet!


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Besides reading, crocheting is my passion. I was thrilled when I was contacted to review Ellen K. Gormley's new book called Go Crochet! Afghan Design Workshop: 50 Motifs, 10 Projects, 1 of a Kind ... Read full review

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This is a fantastic book for all levels of crochet! It gives you the tools to create unique crochet projects using a variety of motifs. In addition, you learn a lot about color, yarn selection and design. A must-have for all crocheters!


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Ellen Gormley is a well-published crochet designer. She has been designing since 2004 and has had approximately 80 projects featured by magazines and yarn companies including Crochet Today and Interweave Crochet. Ellen was nominated for several categories for the 2009 Crochet Awards and came in first in the Best Designer, Home Décor category.

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