Crochet designer Sharon H. Silverman has teamed up with Leisure Arts to create a new book called Crochet Refresher. This book reminds crafters of the basic skills of crochet while providing a terrific set of patterns all designed to make items for babies. Anyone who likes to crochet for little ones will find something to make in this collection.
Margaret Hubert is a fabulous crochet designer, teacher and author of more than one dozen crochet books that provide instructions as well as patterns. Her newest title, Customize Your Crochet, combines her many years of experience into one well-written title that offers advanced crochet instruction broken down into simple steps with easy-to-understand language.
Here’s the latest in 2015 crochet book news including links to recent reviews of new books and a couple of sneak peeks for books that are on their way. These are in addition to the post on 25+ 2015 crochet books published earlier this year! So much great stuff coming out!
Earlier this year I shared several beautiful craft books from CICO Books. I can’t believe that their Fall Catalog is already out but I’m excited to see two terrific new crochet books in their lineup along with a couple of other craft books that I’m already enjoying.
Most of you probably know that I’m the About.com Crochet Expert. I’ve had the position for about a year now and in that time I’ve done a little over thirty crochet book reviews on that site. I wanted to round them up here for you today so that you can see what crochet books out there might be missing from your own craft library.
Australian crochet designer Shelley Husband is about to release her newest crochet ebook, a book of 20 6″ floral crochet squares that can be mixed-and-matched in a variety of different ways to create a stunning array of projects.
Crochet designer Mary Jane Hall has published her newest title with Interweave. Colorful Crochet Lace not only brings us a look at the best new ways to utilize lace in crochet through 22 unique new crochet patterns but also introduces us to a new technique that can change the way that you approach shaping and modifying patterns for wearables.