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“The designs, which are romantic enough for the most ardent of Austenites but modern enough for everyday wear or use, are suitable for crocheters of a variety of skill levels, and written directions are provided for all designs, with charts for the more complex items.”
Melissa Horozewski is a professional crochet designer with twenty-six years of crochet experience. Her work has appeared in Interweave Crochet, Inside Crochet, Crochet!, Crochet World, and Debbie Macomber’s Blossom Street Collection Books 1 and 2. Melissa lives near Madison, Wisconsin, and if a hook is not in her hand then a book is. You can see all her literature inspired designs at www.stitchscene.com.
I was so excited to purchase this book of patterns. It was on my wishlist for some time before I decided to treat myself. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jaime Johnson
I peered through it... I gave this as a gift. I knit, my friend crochets... I had hoped to find more Austin ideas for babies/children than what there were.Published 4 months ago by Polly Hines
Everything in here is so pretty. Directions are clear. Nice photos.
I also liked the ongoing discussion of the various Jane Austen characters throughout the book.
There are about two things in here I want to make, everything else is weird, old lady stuff that no one would wear in real life.Published 8 months ago by SB1981
The projects in this book are gorgeous! The directions were not difficult to follow even though I'm not very advanced. Great gift for Austen fans!Published 8 months ago by Houselions
I got for cover outfit but found several other ones that I will definitely be making. It is worth every penny I paid for it. Stories were interesting too.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Beautifully planned designs with a current flair that would fit any wardrobe. Most items photographed show the item with romantic-yet otherwise modern clothing you can easily... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Wendy Shirai
I love the patterns in this book though I noticed that some of the yarn type required have either been discontinued, are non existent or simply too difficult to find. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Vanessa