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The Complete Photo Guide to Crochet - cover

The Complete Photo Guide to Crochet

Margaret Hubert

Publisher: Creative Publishing international

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Summary

“Full-color photos of techniques with examples and practice projects . . . This guide will be useful for crafters beginning to experiment.” —Library Journal 
 
This comprehensive book provides a reference for all methods, including Tunisian, filet, intermeshing, broomstick lace, Bruges lace, and freeform crochet. It includes step-by-step instructions for all the basic stitches and swatches of hundreds of stitch patterns with complete instructions. Also provided are instructions and patterns for fifty projects for garments, accessories, and décor items. 
 
Best of all, it includes more than four hundred color photos—to make learning and following along as easy as possible!
Available since: 07/01/2014.
Print length: 275 pages.

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