Critique de livre de crochet: Master Class de crochet

Tous les mardis, j'essaie de faire une recension d'un livre de crochet que j'ai apprécié ou ont récemment découvert. This week I want to share Master Class de crochet: Leçons et projets de crochet haut de la page d'aujourd'hui. This book is by Jean Leinhauser (RIP) et Rita Weiss.

Qui est ce livre de Crochet pour

Crochet Master Class is a really unique crochet book. It is designed to provide you with an introduction to and overview of a diverse range of advanced crochet techniques. Each technique is taught to you by a master in that technique, so that you end up with a book that teaches you not only about advanced crochet but also about the people who are good at it. This makes it a great book for people who truly love crochet and want to know as much about as possible (hands up, anyone?!) I would not recommend this book for beginners because it jumps straight into these advanced techniques. But it’s a great book so if you’re a beginner I’d recommend that you get it, put it on a shelf (after flipping through it for inspiration) and then get a little stronger with your crochet skills before going back to it.

Format de cet ouvrage au Crochet

This book has a very brief introduction by the authors and then it jumps straight into the lessons.

Each lesson, or chapter, includes the following:

  • Type of crochet that is featured in the chapter
  • Name of crochet master and a short bio of his / her work.
  • Quote by the crochet master about this type of crochet.
  • Photos of the master’s worknot necessarily in the same type of crochet that they are a master in but instead showing some of the breadth of their work.
  • A basic “Comment” for the particular technique. This may include general instructions, instructions par ligne, conseils, etc..
  • A project with a photo of the finished work. Most of these are organized in traditional crochet pattern format including skill level, taille, matériaux, gauge, special notes, row-by-row instructions and finishing information. However some types of crochet, such as freeform, aren’t as conducive to such clear instructions so this can vary from chapter to chapter.
At the end of the book there isa refresher course in crochetshowing the basics of crochet. There is also a chart of crochet abbreviations, some tables (like standard yarn weights) and an index.


Crochet Masters and Their Forte


Curious what types of things you can learn from this crochet book? Want to know who is teaching them? Here is the roundup of the crochet masters and the type of crochet they specialize in here:

Favorite Crochet Projects from this Crochet Book

Feather and Fan Cardi Wrap, hairpin lace project, by Jennifer Hansen

Hearts and Roses Centerpiece, painted crochet, by Ferosa Harold

Glittering Gold, fashion crochet, par Margaret Hubert

Other Special Notes

If this book interests you and you want to learn even more about it, a really terrific resource is Crafter souterrain. Marie is blogging her way through this book for her Year of Projects. This means that she regularly posts about different sections in the book, telling us more about them and showing off what she’s learning and doing as she works through the book. She even has an interview with Julia Bryant, master of Tunisian crochet!

CONCLUSION: This is a great addition to a crochet library. It introduces you to some terrific crochet masters and a range of different techniques so that you can keep on expanding your skill and exploring the craft.

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8 Commentaires:

  1. I just love the painted crochet center piece!!!!! Thanks for the review and all the crochet inspiration!

    marietta ♥

  2. Merci pour le lien vers moi :). I am having more fun with this book than any other crochet book in years!

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  4. Mostlynerdycrochet

    That rainbow doily is beautiful! J'adore le design!

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