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.
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.
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.
Earlier this year, 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.
Margaret Hubert is a fabulous crochet designer, teacher and author of more than one dozen crochet books that provide instructions as well as patterns. Her newest title, Customize Your Crochet, combines her many years of experience into one well-written title that offers advanced crochet instruction broken down into simple steps with easy-to-understand language.
Most of you probably know that I’m the About.com Crochet Expert. I’ve had the position for about a year now and in that time I’ve done a little over thirty crochet book reviews on that site. I wanted to round them up here for you today so that you can see what crochet books out there might be missing from your own craft library.