You’ve arrived at the fourth stop on the blog book tour for Sharon Silverman’s new title, One-Skein Baby Projects. We’ll take a look at what the other bloggers loved about this new book and then add some new details in my review of the book.
Eerder dit jaar, I compiled my Crochet Lover’s Ultimate Buying Guide to 2016 Crochet Books and Robyn Chachula’s Vintage Modern Crochet: Classic Crochet Lace Techniques for Contemporary Style was right there on the list. Today is our closer look at this book. It’s a great title to add to your crochet book library, especially if you love romantic designs, trying out new techniques and doing something just slightly unexpected in your craft.
“The Big Acorn Race is a delightful story filled with whimsy, magie, and fun. It inspires the imagination… and then gives readers the tools to crochet the characters so that they can let that imagination run wild. Original, unieke, and unbelievably adorable!!”
I was excited about the book Crochet Geometry: Geometric Patterns to Fit and Flatter before I’d even gotten my eyes on a copy. It was partially because I know that everything done by the guys from Shibaguyz is well-crafted, unieke, inspiring and interesting. But it was mostly because I love the concept – a set of patterns that show you how different basic geometric shapes can be combined together to make flattering clothing.
Thanks to support from Patreon funders, I’ve got an excerpt from Hook to Heal for you today, sharing one of the exercises in the book that’s about learning to let go.
Hook to Heal is my newest crochet book featuring 100 creativity exercises designed to help you expand your inner and outer worlds through crochet. Today I’d like to share with you some of the exercises in the book so that you can get a sense of what you’ll find inside!
I am so thrilled, proud, excited to announce that the book that I’ve been working on for nearly three years is now complete and ready for purchase on Createspace, Amazon and Kindle!!!