9781570767593

Crazy for Crochet 70 Projects You'll Love to Make: Hats, Slippers, Sweaters, Bags, Pillows, Blankets, Potholders, and More

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  • ISBN13:

    9781570767593

  • ISBN10:

    1570767599

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/22/2016
  • Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books

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Summary

A crochet hook and a few colorful balls of yarn are all you need to conjure up the prettiest accessories and loveliest garments—for adults and children, house and home, from easy to challenging. Everything you need to get started is right here: clear, detailed guidance through the basics of crochet, dozens of helpful photographs, and patterns for every skill level, from scarves and blankets to socks and slippers, from hats and pillows to lampshades and clutches. Dive in and before you know it you’ll be crazy for crochet!

Author Biography

Lilly Secilie Brandal (b. 1964) Lives in Oslo, Norway. She runs her own wool shop in Oslo called Strikkelilly (KnittingLilly) that she purchased from Bente Myhrer.

Bente Myhrer (b. 1946) Lives in Oslo, Norway. Bente started her first yarn shop in 1969, and never looked back; by 1991 she owned five shops. She has just retired to spend more time traveling, gardening, cooking, sailing and of course needlework.

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