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Crochet for Beginners - how to Crochet Simple Puff Flowers Step by Step - cover

Crochet for Beginners - how to Crochet Simple Puff Flowers Step by Step

Karen Gonzales

Publisher: Karen Gonzales

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Summary

CROCHET FOR BEGINNERS
 
HOW TO CROCHET FLOWER FOR BEGINNERS
 
Do you want to learn HOW TO CROCHET PUFF FLOWERS AS A BEGINNER? Puff flowers DIY is a step by step tutorial on how to make your own flowers which includes step-by-step illustration on how to your own crochet flower. This crochet for beginners book is the right book for you as it comes with a step-by-step guide with clear picture illustrations to enable you learn how to crochet a simple puff flower easily. This is perfect for anyone wanting to start a new career in the floral industry. Once you have read this book, you can decide if you want to create all your own flowers or just a portion but either way, this will let you put your own special mark by yourself. This book also can be a great bonding project for beginners who wants to learn how to crochet and help you create your own special floral vision. Each step discusses options and gives ideas and inspiration. This will help you turn those ideas in to reality. Let the floral journey begin...Who is book for? 
 
This book is designed for those, who are familiar with the basic crochet stitches and techniques.The perfect reader for this book is someone who wants to create their own puff flowers or a creative person wanting to start a new career.Once you are familiar with the basic stitches, it is enough, from here I explain everything in detail.
 
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