The Big Book of Crochet Stitches
by Jean Leinhauser & Rita Weiss
Publication Date: February 11th, 2014
RRP: Print Version + eBook $19.99 eBook Only $14.99
Photography by: Martingale, and their Photographer Brent Kane
As you know I love books of stitches and this is going
to be a firm favourite.
Each stitch is detailed in written instructions so you can replicate it in your projects.
As a designer I sometimes struggle for inspiration, a stitch can set off
that inspiration and make the process so much easier.
You can use the stitches to make an afghan, placemat, coaster without
having to make any changes.
You can make your project to your own size.
It's made so much easier by having a beautiful stitch to follow.
Their are stitches for all levels of crocheter and you can use them
to expand your skills.
With over 350 stitches the only problem you may have is deciding which to choose!
The book is split into types of stitch and then within there you
have each stitch available.
The pictures are clear and the instructions are easy to understand.
The samples are all photographed in colour so it makes it easier
for you to see the look of the stitch.
Be aware that some of these stitches have been used in other publications
by the authors.
The difference is you now have all of these stitches at hand
in this one book.
The book doesn't include diagrams but the written instructions
are clear and easy to understand.
The vast array of stitches is amazing.
So if you love to learn new stitches, want it as a reference guide
then this book is perfect.
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However all opinions expressed are my own.
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