The New Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques
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The New Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques

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The New Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques has all the essential tools and techniques for crochet in more than 400 diagrams and photographs, making it an invaluable guide for beginners and experienced crafters. Readers will discover new twists on the basics, and learn how to create complex-looking stitches, openwork and lace, multi-colored patterns, shaped motifs, Afghan squares, and much more. A 16-page gallery in the back of the book features a wide range of crochet items from designers around the world.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 222 x 222 x 12mm | 540g
  • Search Press Ltd
  • Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 400 colour
  • 1844489221
  • 9781844489220
  • 56,848

Review quote

Bursting with step-by-steps, stitch patterns and projects, this comprehensive guide will be useful to any crocheter. Learn textured stitches, broomstick and hairpin crochet, as well as how to find the right yarn. There are clear instructions and diagrams throughout.-Simply Crochet Jan Eaton already has lots of needlecraft books under her belt and is a trusted name when it comes to crochet so you can be sure that this book is a good investment. This encyclopedia is an essential guide for any crocheter, covering all the techniques and boasting over 400 photos and diagrams to make understanding them easy. An 'essential' guide it may be, but that doesn't mean it covers only the basics. There are intricate stitches as well as new twists on old techniques to keep you busy.-Knit Todayshow more

About Jan Eaton

Jan Eaton is a needlecraft and textile designer. She has published many needlecraft books, including Country Crochet and Knitted Lace, and Crochet Basics.show more