Tuesday 22 October 2013

Review of Crochet Unravelled (revised edition)

Crochet Unravelled (revised edition)
by Claire Bojczuk

This is an amazing small book that does what it says on the cover:
A clear & concise guide to learning crochet.

When you first receive it you are surprised by it's small size.
Don't be fooled!
This book has everything you need to know to learn to crochet

It is easy to follow and understand
Fully illustrated for both left- and right-handers
Step by step exercises
Over 100 illustrations
11 clearly written projects
Lots of hints and tips
UK terminology (with a UK/USA conversion chart)
Suitable for complete beginners

 The pictures are clear and easy to understand

 There are photo's to compare your work to.

 There are beautiful projects for you to use your new found skills on. 

The book gives you help from start to finish.
It even gives you hints and tips about how to hold the yarn and hook.
You are guided step by step through each stitch & understanding patterns.
A fantastic guide to understand symbol crochet.
It covers everything from increasing to decreasing, fastening off to filet crochet.
There is just so much information and all of it is easy to understand. 
I love the fact that throughout the book everything
is explained and shown for both left and right handed crocheters.
The language is simple enough for it to be used for all ages.
You learn how to make everything from a granny square to crocheting with beads.
If you or you know someone who wants to learn to crochet
this would be a fantastic start.
I know I'll be making my way through this book
as there are quite a few techniques I haven't learnt about.

You can get your copy of the new revised edition at amazon: 

If you want to learn more about the book
and checkout some more of the free patterns available


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