By Connie Ellison
<P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt" class=MsoNormal>Complete with 87 precise stitches and 14 edgings, this all-in-one guide's crochet styles contain the multiples had to create the glance of the sew and translate them into new designs. sampler afghans are featured and will be made utilizing sew styles present in the ebook, which come with bobbles, shells, popcorn, ripple, textured, and open weave. every one layout bargains a close-up colour picture plus directions and illustrations while wanted, making it an incredible addition to any crafter's reference library.
Read or Download 101 Crochet Stitch Patterns & Edgings (Annie's Attic: Crochet) PDF
Similar crafts books
The Big-Ass booklet of Crafts is full of rules for polishing up your residing area; concocting very good, all-natural physique items; designing your personal precise stationery; and developing numerous different crafts that may persuade your mates and household that you're the key love baby of Martha Stewart (only a lot, a lot cooler).
Ultimately, a e-book of crochet styles committed completely to the plus-size woman!
Plus-size gals are a gaggle that looks missed within the plethora of crochet books out there. the writer, Margaret Hubert, has usually been approached at alternate exhibits and during her periods by way of ladies during this measurement class, begging her to layout styles that may healthy them. A plus-size crocheter can't easily take a smaller development and elevate the variety of stitches or rows to get a garment that matches and flatters. there are numerous share issues whilst designing styles for greater sizes.
Plus measurement Crochet has 20 crocheted clothing and components for plus-size girls. The tasks are trendy and flattering for varied huge determine varieties. There also are tricks and how one can support the crocheter accommodate her exact needs.
• purely crochet e-book for plus-size women
• just like the books in our well known "Hooked" sequence: effortless to exploit with lay-flat wire-o binding, sew aspect images, venture specifications at a glance
• contains crochet fundamentals part with step by step photographs
Paper is fantastic stuff. It's affordable, effortless to take advantage of, and simple to recycle. It's light-weight and straightforward to chop or tear--but particularly powerful while folded, layered, or rolled. it may possibly stand stiff as a board, pop up like a spring, or dangle softly like a silk shawl. It's disposable, however it can final for hundreds of years.
The nationwide Maritime Museum in Greenwich homes the most important selection of scale send types on this planet, lots of that are respectable, modern artefacts made by means of the craftsmen of the military or the shipbuilders themselves, and varying from the mid 17th century to the current day. As such they characterize a three-d archive of specific value and authority.
Extra resources for 101 Crochet Stitch Patterns & Edgings (Annie's Attic: Crochet)
Or purchase pretty sari fabric or floral-patterned sheets. • Happy Graphic: Use an assortment of bold patterns by designers such as Alexander Henry, Marimekko, or Thomas Paul (or visit IKEA and turn patterned curtains or sheets into wraps). finished wrap (continued on next page) figure 2 Fabric-Wrapped Favors 55 • Modern Classic: Use classic silk or cotton scarves in lieu of purchased fabric—these double as favors in and of themselves. • Organic Minimal: The Japanese roots of this project make it perfect for an organic minimal style.
When you reach the spot where you would like to place your bow, apply a bit of double-sided tape to that spot and press the yarn down to secure it. Measure about 10 inches of yarn, and then trim it so that the end hangs loose. This will be the first half of your bow. Starting with a new piece of yarn, begin wrapping from the lip of the bottle. Stop when you reach the first half of your bow. Apply a bit of double-sided tape just to the right of it, and press the yarn down to secure. Measure about 10 inches of yarn, and trim.
Creates a continuous line, as each stitch slightly overlaps with the previous one. Great for making stems, lines, or letters. Bring your needle up through the fabric at your starting point. Make a straight stitch, piercing the needle back down through the fabric about 1/4 inch from your starting point to create the first stitch. Bring the needle back up through the previous stitch, about 1/16 inch from where it ended. Make another straight stitch (figure 2). figure 3 figure 4 Satin stitch. Creates a filled-in effect.
101 Crochet Stitch Patterns & Edgings (Annie's Attic: Crochet) by Connie Ellison