Literary Yarns (critique de livre de crochet)

literary yarns crochet book

Crochet designer Cindy Wang, known better to most as The Geeky Hooker, has gained a lot of attention in recent years for her annual activity of hiding her own amigurumi creatures throughout San Diego’s Comic Con. This delights those who have gotten to know her work. The fun recently spread to the East Coast when she hid crochet superheroes around New York City. This fun attitude that inspires her “crochet de ninja” revelry can be seen throughout her book Literary Yarns: Crochet Projects Inspired by Classic Books.

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Crochet de conte de fées: Amigurumi Storybook Characters and Their Tales

fairytale crochet book

Fairytale Crochet is a lovely amigurumi craft book by Louise Tyler that celebrates the classic fairy tales that all of us are familiar with. C'est un livre unique, car il nous donne plus que juste les personnages principaux d'une histoire, mais aussi tout ce dont vous avez besoin de créer un jeu entier défini pour chaque conte de fées.

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Interview with Marianne Dekkers-Roos, author of Colorful Crochet

colorful crochet book

I first fell in love with the beautiful colorful crochet work of Marianne Dekkers-Roos on Instagram and was then thrilled when the Netherlands-based crafter contributed to the Mandalas for Marinke project. I was so happy for her (and the world of crochet) when I learned that she was releasing her first book, Crochet coloré, Cette année. I’m excited to bring this book to you today along with an interview where Marianne shares more.

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