“25 clever projects for colorful living” in the new book by Brett Bara called Crochet At Home
Lately I’ve been returning to kids books for crochet inspiration. The simple language and simple designs brings things back to the basics and that’s a great starting point for good design.
Today’s crochet book review is of a book that I’m just starting to dig into but I’m already loving it and want to recommend it for building your niche crochet skills. The book is Tanis Gray’s Interlocking Crochet.
Today’s crochet book review is of a fun book published by Leisure Arts in 201o but that’s new to me. It’s called Unexpected Crochet for the Home and is written by Lena Maikon.
It’s Tuesday, which means that it’s time for a crochet book review. I decided to combine the review with my 31 Days of Crochet Giveaways since I’ve got a copy of the book that I’m ready to de-stash.
I really enjoyed the last book by FreshStitches, Cuddly Crochet, and I knew that I would enjoy her new book, Crocheted Softies, as well.
Marty Miller’s crochet book is called Totes for All Reasons and its true that if you make all seven designs in the booklet, you’ll have a tote for everything you need one for.