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.
Modern Baby Crochet is a smart crochet book that takes classic designs and gives them a contemporary spin, always attending carefully to the details in every stitch. It’s a terrific collection of inspired crochet patterns from designers well-versed in their craft.
Uncinetto colorato: Sopra 60 Bright, Cheerful Projects for Home, Famiglia, and Friends by Therese Hagstedt is a delight to look at if you enjoy colorful crochet. It’s the kind of color that’s clean – with lots of white to make it bright and soft at the same time.
I really want to get my hands on a copy of Vanessa Mooncie’s new book, Animal Heads: Trophy Heads to Crochet, but I haven’t gotten a copy, ancora, so I thought I’d do a review of another recent book she authored, Creature del mare all'uncinetto: Un insieme di compagni di Marine per fare.
Tapestry Crochet and More: A Handbook of Crochet Techniques and Patterns by Maria Gullberg is a crochet instructional book rich in colors and graphic elements.