Want to get my crochet books on Kindle? Want to get those books on Kindle at a discount? I’m running consecutive January promotional sales on both Crochet Saved My Life and Hook to Heal.
Here is a look at the crochet books coming out in 2017 that you want to be sure not to miss.
A reminder of just how much amazing inspiration there is in this craft throughout the world and across different disciplines. We began yesterday by looking at crochet art. Today we will review CROCHET BOOKS.
Dover has a series of books called Crochet Stories that combine the sharing of popular stories with amigurumi crochet patterns for the characters in those books. Each of these books is really adorable. The stories are well-known and offer nostalgia for many readers. The characters are inspired, creative and yet easy-to-make. The books offer a great opportunity for a crafter to read the stories to children and also give them their own handcrafted versions of the characters so that they can act out what they hear.
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.
Hi! Yesterday was my birthday, which I mentioned in the post about my parents yesterday. I also shared some old photos and memories on Instagram yesterday as part of my celebration. But today the celebration is extended to you. As my birthday gift to you, I’m offering steep discounts on my books throughout the rest of April.
One of the first books that I ever reviewed on this blog was Crochet Goodies for Fashion Foodies by Twinkie Chan. I was enchanted by the way she applied crochet ideas to making food-related art that was also wearable. I’ve followed her work ever since, always intrigued by what she’s creating whether it was her free patterns for Michael’s or her artistic imagery showcasing her creations. So, it’s no surprise that I’m in love with her new book, Twinkie Chan’s Crocheted Abode a la Mode, in which she has applied her crochet food-making talents to home decor.