Here’s the latest in 2015 crochet book news including links to recent reviews of new books and a couple of sneak peeks for books that are on their way. These are in addition to the post on 25+ 2015 crochet books published earlier this year! So much great stuff coming out!
Crochet Coral Reef: A Project by the Institute For Figuring by The Wertheim Sisters, book review by @crochetkween. I was so excited to finally see some of the coral reef in person this year at a local exhibit and it was truly, truly amazing. I couldn’t believe how detailed and interesting each piece was. This book was also on display there so I got a chance to flip through it and really see that it’s got tons of interesting information and photos.
How to Crochet Books
Learn to Crochet, Love to Crochet reviewed by @SolRencoret who says, “This book has many patterns that I would like to try, and more importantly, that I would love to wear.”
Complete Photo Guide to Crochet for Kids by Deborah Burger, review by @crochetkween, who shares: “As the author of one of the earliest kids’ crochet books myself (Kids Can Do It Crocheting, 2003), I know a thing or two about how to teach children to crochet. I highly regard the book Deborah has produced.”
Amigurumi and Animal Crochet Books
El Mundo de Pica Pau Spanish crochet book via lanukas
My Crochet Doll by Isabelle Kessedjian was named a Top 10 Doll Craft book by @CraftCreateUK
Crochet Project Books
Sneak peek of the patterns in Let’s Go Camping! Crochet Your Own Adventure by Kate from Greedy for Colour; I’m so excited about the artistry of this one!
New Methods for Crochet Socks by Rohn Strong, crochet book review by @crochetkitten who says, “What I love about this book is that it really does what its title suggests: it presents several different ways of crocheting the basic parts of the sock.”
Big Hook Crochet, a new book by Emma Friedlander-Collins featuring 35 patterns for wearables and home decor that all work up super fast because they utilize big hooks.
Caring Crochet: 18 Heartfelt Projects to Let Someone Know You Care, crochet book review by Pam Mackenzie who explains, “This book is a practical assortment of patterns for beginning to intermediate crocheters who are interested in making gifts for their friends or loved ones.”
Colorful Crochet Lace book by Mary Jane Hall of Positively Crochet. If there’s something you want to make to wear, there’s a good chance that there’s a pattern for it in this book.
Crochet So Lovely was reviewed by Marty Miller who did an author interview with Kristin Omdahl
Other Crochet Books
@NYACrochet shared her crochet book collection which includes Creepy Cute Crochet, 201 Crochet Motifs, Crocheted Socks and more. She also shared a post on her knitting books and another with books that include both knitting and crochet.
New Mollie Makes Crochet special edition issue features more than 130 fresh ideas in crochet
All About Ami shared this Amigurumi magazine by Simply Crochet (or bookazine as she calls it)