- File Size: 1268 KB
- Print Length: 67 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 27, 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JBOBISO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #732,083 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Crochet: Beyond the Basics. How to Crochet Vol.II. A Complete Intermediate Guide with More Patterns, Stitches and Squares. Includes Step-by-Step Instructions ... Guide to Learn How to Crochet Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Illustrations are in color, and that makes the book so much more enjoyable than those printed in only black and white.
Crimbleton rounds out her books with charities in need of blankets, scarves, and other crocheted items. It’s one answer to the question, “what should I make next?” and make someone’s life just a little more comfortable.
If you want to extend your crochet skills, give this inexpensive Kindle book a look. It will be worth your while.
I have brought cowl scarves from my co-workers and a woman on Etsy. Before reading this book I had no desire to try a pattern for myself, but now I am really thinking of buying a pattern and starting small, certainly not with a cowl scarf...(Smile) So if you can make scarves reach out to me. I LOVE them!!!
Chapter one starts the reader with the different stitches, while the next chapter moves into material. Material you might ask? Well if you are like me I thought yarn was yarn, but there is a difference and Crimbleton describes these differences along with letting the reader know which to use for what project. For example linen hemp and flax is typically used for jewelry and baskets, while Alpaca is soft and used in clothing. (seems interesting right?)
The bonus chapter is where you get your bang; I once heard it said that “service is the rent you pay for your space on earth. Crimbleton shares how this hobby can bless others. So whether you are just beginning or have some of the basic stitches and your own hook I’m sure you will find something of value in this volume.
A complimentary copy of this Ebook was provided by the author, for the purpose of this review.
Chapter 2 explains the different types of yarns that can be used for a project, and chapter 3 gives a few additional specialty stitches - star, pineapple and crocodile. What crotchet book would be complete without a project? The projects in this book include an afghan, sweater, hat and scarf set, handbag and squares. A bonus chapter is also given which include charities in need of crocheted items, and places to sell crocheted items.
How to Crochet Vol. II is an excellent book for those wishing to learn more about crocheting and try new projects.
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disappointed at all.
This is a GREAT reference book for anyone who crochets.