Sensual Crochet promotes the idea that we should spoil ourselves with luxury yarns and clothes that make us feel sexy. This is crochet as self-care, which is something I’m passionate about (as you know if you’ve read Hook to Heal!)
Crochetterie: Cool Contemporary Crochet for the Creatively Minded is a new English crochet book from Finnish designer Molla Mills, author of the book Modern Crochet. This new book, considered a sequel to Modern Crochet, continues to showcase the designer’s impeccable Scandinavian style, clean design aesthetic and great graphic appeal.
I am always excited to see a crochet book featuring many patterns, and 100 is different far more patterns than most contemporary crochet pattern books offer. It just feels like you’re getting more bang for your buck … but more than that, it also just floods you with inspiration, which can be the most important part of any crochet book for me!
Today let’s take a look at Crocheted Scoodies, a book by Magdalena Melzer and Anne Thiemeyer that shows you twenty different creative ways to crochet a wear hooded scarves.
Marie Segares’ book Make Money Teaching Crochet: Launch Your Business, Increase Your Side Income, Reach Your Students covers all aspects of a crochet teaching career from start to finish.
I’ve finally had a chance to spend some time with Dedri Uys’ book Big Hook Rag Crochet, and I’m loving every page of it. It provides quick tips for creating and working with rag rug yarn, and those tips are implemented in two dozen crochet projects that work up quickly and add a little flair to your home or personal style.
I love exploring different crochet books, and it’s always interesting to see what other bloggers I respect think about different crochet books that interest me. In addition to some great recent book reviews, there are some new crochet magazines out on the market.