Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Hook, Stitch & Give ~ Book Review


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by Kat Goldin
ISBN: 9780857832160
Publisher: Kyle Books
Publication Date: 18 Sep 2014
RRP: £14.99

Available direct from Kyle Books

   

I couldn't resist this book.
Just looking at the cover you know there'll be designs
you are going to love!


I wasn't disappointed!
I think there isn't a design in the book that
I wouldn't love to make for someone.


The book is packed full of 30 different crochet patterns.
Each with a different function, look or for a certain person.
There are gifts for everyone.


The designs are classic and won't go out of fashion.
It's the type of book you can pick up time and again
and find something you want to make.
It could be something for you or something to
make for family or friends.


The patterns are in written format and are clear and easy to understand.
There are patterns for every level of crocheter.
So whether you are a beginner or an experienced crocheter
there will be a project for you.


I love the fact there is everything from garments to things
for your home.
There is something for everyone.


Whether it's a necklace for you, something for him
or something for a little one.

The book is actually split into sections;
  • For The Home
  • For Her
  • For Him
  • For Little Ones
The book includes full instructions for all the stitches
and techniques used.
Even a beginner can pick up this book and make something
for someone.


I really love this book and it's certainly going to be
my go to book for all my presents this year :-).
I would highly recommend this book.
It's a 5 out of 5 for me!

Available direct from Kyle Books

   



I received this book to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
Affiliate links are included on the post.
No monies were exchanged.

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2 comments:

  1. I bought this book for myself before Christmas and I totally agree its lovely. I liked the hat on the front cover and thought it may be difficult - it was so easy and quick to make. I'll have to attempt something a bit more challenging next - maybe one of the tunisian pieces when I get in a bit more practice!

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    1. Wow I haven't had chance to make anything yet. Would really love to see your hat. I'm sure you'll be able to make all the patterns :-)

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