Crochet for Beginners: Quick and Easy Way to Master Spectacular Crochet Stitches in 3 Days (Crochet Patterns in Black&White)
Crochet for Beginners: Quick and Easy Way to Master Spectacular Crochet Stitches in 3 Days (Crochet Patterns in Black&White) by Independently published at Birzula. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Do you have no clue where to start when it comes to crocheting? Discover simple techniques to create amazing patterns in just three days. Have you
Do you have no clue where to start when it comes to crocheting? Discover simple techniques to create amazing patterns in just three days.
Have you tried crocheting only to get confused by the stitches, hooks, and other details? Have you given up or put your crocheting projects on the back burner hoping for an easier way? Author Emma Brown learned to crochet and knit at her grandmother’s feet and has started crochet circles in just about every city she’s lived in. Now Brown is sharing all of her grandmother's secrets with you.
In Crochet for Beginners: Quick and Easy Way to Master Spectacular Crochet Stitches in 3 Days, Brown walks you through various crochet techniques step-by-step. Gone are the complicated explanations and confusing terminology, replaced by beautiful, easy-to-follow visuals. Brown's smart system can take you from beginner level all the way up through more complex projects like crocheting afghans. In no time, you'll feel more comfortable with this relaxing, artistic, and satisfying process.
Inside Crochet for Beginners, you’ll discover:
- How to master almost any crochet pattern in as little as three days
- How to make all 21 gorgeous crochet patterns featured in the book
- The specific hooks to purchase for your projects and how to know which stitches are which
- A comprehensive glossary of those tricky crochet terms
- 10 fast-track tips to get you started quickly and easily, and much, much more!
Crochet for Beginners is an incredible resource for any crochet fan, whether you're a beginner or an experienced pro. If you like your crochet instructions packed full of tutorials, diagrams, and full-color photos, then you’ll love Brown's landmark book.
Buy Crochet for Beginners to stitch your hobby together today!
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