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The Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques By Jan Eaton

The Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques
by Jan Eaton

Explains how to create everything from openwork and lace through to woven and hairpin crochet. Useful for both the highly experienced and the absolute beginner, this book takes you through the basic techniques to a project section that provides guidance for making colourful and stylish garments for you to wear.
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The Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques Summary


Create wonderful textured fabrics with this complete guide to crochet. Essential tools and techniques are clearly explained with step-by-step illustrations, from working stitches and measuring gauge to adding embellishments and finishing off. Discover new twists on the basics and learn how to create complex-looking textured stitches, openwork and lace, multicoloured patterns, shaped motifs, afghan squares and woven and hairpin crochet. Each technique includes stitch patterns to try out, and an adaptable project section allows you to practice your new skills making original and colourful garments and accessories using your own choice of yarns and stitches.

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Sku
GOR001558779
Title
The Encyclopedia of Crochet Techniques
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Search Press Ltd
Year published
Number of pages
160
ISBN 10
1844481417
ISBN 13
9781844481415
Prizes
N/A
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