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Looking for a visual way to get hooked on crochet? Look no further. If you yearn for the skills to practice this timeless craft, this easy-to-follow guide is for you! With new patterns and even more techniques explained step by step, this updated edition is your go-to guide for learning how to crochet. Packed with tons of visual instruction and fun, innovative patterns, it gives you the tools you need to create one-of-a-kind crochet projects that will add handmade flair to your home and wardrobe.
Concise two-page lessons show you all the steps to a skill and are ideal for quick review
Each skill or technique is defined and described
Step-by-step instructions accompany each photo
Detailed color photos demonstrate each step
Helpful tips provide additional guidance
CECILY KEIM is a crocheter, knitter, and pattern designer whose designs have been featured on the DIY channel's Knitty Gritty and Uncommon Threads. KIM P. WERKER is the former editor of Interweave Crochet and founder of the Web site Crochet Me.
Give great instructions and guides to help you learn the different stitches for the beginner.Published 1 month ago by Seamist
I checked this book out at the library and taught myself to crochet. Then I just had to buy it. Excellent book because I had been trying for years to figure out how to crochet and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by anonoymous
After I easily taught myself to crochet, i was addicted and even opened an Etsy Store. I love Crochet and I'm really good at it. Love to start a new pattern. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Janis
It is just marvelous. I am experienced, but always looking to find something I may have missed. It is good for friends to see what you are trying to teach them.Published 3 months ago by Suzz
I am the proud owner of a number of the "Teach Yourself VISUALLY" . I find the content in them consistently easy to interpret and understand. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Maxi
Another book full of great illustrations that teach you how to crochet! It tells you about different types of hooks and yarn too. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tasha Hudson