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SP8922 The New Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques

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By Jan Eaton

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A comprehensive guide to everything you need to know about crochet. Suitable for beginner through to advanced. This ‘Encyclopedia’ contains well written, easy to understand instructions alongside clear and helpful illustrations.

The beginning of the book gets back to basics. It covers equipment and tools, yarns and threads and basic skills which provides detailed instructions of fundamental stitches and clear pictures to help you brush up on the essentials. It also discusses tension, joining, fastening and weaving in ends, reading patterns and charts, blocking and seams.

The second chapter introduces you to a wider range of techniques and stitches, some of which include, stripe patterns, shaping, clusters, shell and bobbles stitches, popcorns and puff stitches, loop stitches and openwork and lace as well as filet crochet, chevrons, raised stitches, crocheting in the round, broomstick, hairpin, buttonholes and loops, cords and braids.

Chapter 3 contains seven projects to apply some of your newly learnt techniques

The last chapter is the gallery to provide inspiration and ideas of how to use your new skills for useful, everyday items.

The book concludes with information on care instructions for washing your crocheted items, abbreviations and symbols and terminology conversions.


 160 pages

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