"If your goal is to be able to read Japanese crochet charts and illustrations, Crochet with Color is one of the best stepping stones you can get." --Stacey from Fresh Stitches
"The color palette is bright and cheery, the photo styling is wonderful, and the projects, while not overly complex, are more interesting than what you might find in most American advanced beginner project books." --Underground Crafter
Kazuko Ryokai has been teaching crocheting and sewing classes for over a decade. She is the author of multiple books in her home country of Japan. To learn more about Kazuko Ryokai, you can visit her web site at www.keepintouchtokyo.com.
Excellent diagrams and clear prose. A first rate pattern book with exactly he designs I was looking for.Published 2 months ago by Sarah S. Halsey
Very cute little book - some of the patterns are fantastic - and there are bits of one pattern you can borrow for something else - like an edging - did not get excited about all... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jacqueline Strand
I thought there would be more patterns in the book but still like the book. I would recommend it for a beginner. Shows how to combine color combos good.Published 10 months ago by Lynn
While the pictures are pretty, and the patterns are ok to follow, there are some typos that make it difficult to understand at times. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jackie Bolitar
I guess I like the option of having written pattern for everything, and this one is more about a process than a pattern. I will give it a try.Published 19 months ago by CJ