150 Blocks to Knit and Crochet

150 Blocks to Knit and Crochet : The Anything-but-the-square Collection

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Afghan squares have delighted knitters and crocheters for decades, with bright colours, endless design possibilities, and ease of stitching. This book gives stitchers a world of new shapes and possibilities - from simple hearts and flowers to swirls, shells, and snowflakes. Over 150 unique block shapes are beautifully presented in a tempting directory of different shapes, motifs and textures. You will even find pretty little joining blocks and edging ideas. At the back of the book are the patterns - and charts - for the motifs. Plus, each motif comes with a mix-and-match suggestion for how the new block shapes might be combined.

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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 220 x 220 x 14mm | 480.81g
  • Search Press Ltd
  • Tunbridge WellsUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 250 colour
  • 1844486184
  • 9781844486182
  • 28,298

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Blocks are quick, portable and fun to knit, and are a great way for you to try out new techniques. Most of the blocks you've seen before will have been square, but Heather's book is a world away, featuring circles, leaf-shapes, hearts, hexagons... well, as the subtitle suggests, 150 blocks in any shape by square! It's a valuable resource, full of designs that can be used alone or combined to make larger projects, like throws and shawls. Beginners and advanced knitters (as well as everyone in between) are catered for, with items made in the round, side-to-side, from the inside or outside, and top to bottom.-Knit Today

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About Heather Lodinsky

Heather Lodinsky has been a professional knit and crochet designer for over 15 years. Her designs have appeared in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knitter's, Creative Knitting, KnitScene, Family Circle Knitting, CastOn, along with other knitting/crochet magazines. She is the designer of the popular "Central Park Hoodie" cardigan for the Interweave pattern store and was a designer included in the "Great American Afghan" by Knitter's Magazine. Heather is a freelance designer for major yarn companies (Lion Brand and Coats & Clark). She also teaches classes three times a week at a local yarn shop in Buffalo, New York, where she resides with her husband and two daughters.

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