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"Scarves are small projects so you don't have to invest a lot in time and materials, yet the results can have a big impact," says Silverman. "They are a great way to add some pizzazz to your wardrobe. I chose yarns in a variety of colorways, weights, and materials. Because they are one size fits all, scarves also make ideal gifts. In this book, new crocheters will find patterns they can complete with confidence; expert stitchers will be happy with complex patterns and interesting techniques."
Sharon Silverman is known for her crystal clear instructions and meticulous patterns. Crochet Scarves contains text instructions, technique photos, and symbol charts for every pattern. The back of the book has instructions for basic crochet stitches, as well as a list of resources and a visual index.
The 21 scarf patterns in this book range from easy to experienced and use a variety of techniques, including traditional crochet, Tunisian crochet, broomstick lace, and filet crochet. New stitches and tricky spots are clearly illustrated with step-by-step photos, and stitch charts are included in addition to traditional pattern instructions for the more visual crocheter. It includes a visual index of pattens and a list of crochet resources. With its great range of weights and styles - delicate lace wraps, bold and chunky winter scarves, classic faux plaid, fun and colourful kid-friendly scarves, and sleek, modern accessories - this book has something to offer every crocheter.* Needle Pulling Thread, A *
Sharon Silverman has written Basic Crocheting, Tunisian Crochet and Crochet Pillows. She is a writer, crocheter and designer. Besides being a member of the Crochet Guild of America she has appeared several times on HGTV's fiber arts show, Uncommon Threads. Sharon lives in West Chester, Pa.