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Crochet Beautiful Patterns Stitches Braids & Blankets For Beginners - cover

Crochet Beautiful Patterns Stitches Braids & Blankets For Beginners

Mary Sue

Publisher: HSE Guides

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Do you enjoy crocheting or would like to learn how?
 
Learn how to create beautiful patterns in no time at all! Whether you are on the road, at home, or anywhere else you can crochet in your spare time, anywhere you want.
 
- Make patterns in just a few hours.- Learn how to crochet.- Learn stitch patterns.- Create hats, sweaters, socks, gifts, items for your home, and many more!
 
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