- Tapa blanda: 128 páginas
- Editor: Cico (1 de febrero de 2011)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1907563202
- ISBN-13: 978-1907563201
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº275.427 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Cute & Easy Crochet: Learn to Crochet with These 35 Adorable Projects (Inglés) Tapa blanda – feb 2011
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Nicki Trench, a crochet teacher and author with over 20 years experience, has designed a series of patterns that will guide you through those initial stitches to producing beautiful projects incorporating a wide range of crochet techniques. Crochet Know-how explains all the stitches with clear step-by-step artworks and instructions. Next, discover three chapters packed with patterns to improve your skills. First is Starting Out, where you will find a simple springtime throw and a pretty hat for a toddler you ll be amazed how easy and quick the projects are to create. Once you ve mastered these, move on to something more challenging in the Practice Makes Perfect chapter. There are cute gifts for babies and young children, including baby bibs, and blankets, or treat yourself to a pair of gloves in soft double knit yarn or the chunky seashells scarf to keep you warm on chilly mornings. Finally, Confident Crocheting has more advanced patterns, from a family of adorable Russian dolls to the cherub dress with decorative picot stitching."
Biografía del autor
Nicki Trench is one of the leading figures in the revival and promotion of home crafts. As well as teaching, lecturing, and feature writing on knitting, crochet, sewing, cake decorating, and hen keeping, she is the founder of Laughing Hens, the UK s leading online yarn store, and Rooster Yarns. Her most recent books include Creating Your Backyard Farm and 201 Knitting Motifs, Blocks, Projects, and Ideas. Nicki also runs Dancing Hens (www.dancinghens.com), a craft studio."
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Springtime throw - basic granny squares with raised borders used to attach each square
Knickerbockerglory bunting - oh my, just what everyone wants, a banner for their yard?? Basic triangles
Hook holder - rolled holder with a ribbon for tying
Floral purse - cute lined 6 x 4 in. clutch with 3 flowers on the flap (on cover)
Round stripy pillow cover - round pillow with dc circular stripes (not connected in a spiral, just separate circles)
Beanie hat - cute hat with a flower on the side
Patchwork bag - granny square type lined 12 x 12 in. bag
Rose shopper - another bag, 13.5 x 11 in. with two flowers on the front top area, slightly frilly edge at top opening
Fabric seat covers - big, bumpy looking seat covers that I would not use, too uncomfortable looking, utilizes giant hook
Jam pot covers - very cute if you have a use for these (on cover)
Wash cloths - lovely wash cloths, just look so sumptuous
Egg cozies - again, very cute if you have a use for them
Mug warmers - nice one button mug warmer without a bottom (I like the ones with a bottom)
Cafetiere cozy - like the mug warmers, but for a pot that I don't have or ever will have
Peaked toddler hat - cute baby! and cute hat, but lots of back loop stuff that I don't like, flower again added
Stripy wave pillow - love this pillow, basic square shape
Baby blanket - cute 26 x 35 in. blanket, frilly edge, fan stitch
Chunky seashell scarf - I like this, could be used as a shawl, thick looking but open stitches
Floral Curtain Tie-Backs - yes, more flowers, um a page filler?
Felted Beaded Bracelet - do not like, 3 big fat felted flowers attached to a piece of fabric, ugh
Fingerless gloves - these are nice, shorter style, a bit decorative on the edge work
Swishy scarf - made vertically, pretty, lacy looking
Baby bouncers - balls, that's all, just little 7.5 in. diameter balls
Chunky luscious pillow - another pretty pillow with 3 buttons on the top, bigger than the other one though (18 in.)
Baby bibs - boring baby bibs
Baby slippers - very cute and easy looking
Now for the harder stuff:
Camelia blanket - granny squares with yet more flowers attached
Roses and posies tea cozy - adorable, yes, but I would be too afraid to get a tea stain on this to ever make it!
Russian dolls-babushkas - these make the whole book worth it! I really want to make these 4 dolls. Lots of detail on them.
Cherub dress - For an 18-24 month old, nice, but not for the messy kid!
Mrs. Mittens purse - I love this little purse (a crocheted kitty's head with straps!), very cute for a young girl
Summer evening shawl - lace work on this 67 x 27.5 in. shawl
Pavlova - A fake cake? I guess there are books devoted to just this kind of thing, but I would rather have a real pavlova!
Felted cherry brooch - another page filler
Monty and Priscilla Bear - 12 in. basic bears
Well, that's it. I'm ready to go crochet something!
EDIT: I'm upgrading to 5 stars. Putting my personal preferences aside, this is such a well put together book with a big variety of great projects. You won't be disappointed.