Got scraps? Then you'll love these five projects that work magic with fabric leftovers and extra buttons. Designed by Joan Ford of ScrapTherapy® fame, they include: a cute-as-a-button pillow and pin cushion; a style-savvy tote bag done up in batiks; a darling child-size throw; a citrus-fresh table runner and pot holders; and, finally, the absolutely delightful Confetti Pillow! Small projects offer great fun for a tiny price.
Make 35 gorgeous crochet projects all incorporating beautiful floral motifs and decorations. Nicki Trench returns with another set of cute and easy crochet projects for your home, family and friends, all in a pretty pastel colour palette and adorned with crocheted flowers. Divided into three chapters, the book begins with Starting Out, where you will find an easy purse, a Kindle cover and an adorable baby beanie hat, which are all perfect for first-time stitchers.?Next, move on to Practice Makes Perfect, where you can develop your crochet skills to make beautiful cushion covers and other designs made from luxurious yarns to decorate your home, from shelf edging to placemats. Finally, more experienced crafters will love the projects in Confident Crocheting – from a floral bag to a delicate lacy scarf, as well as the stunning Gypsy Queen throw that will stay in the family for generations. Also included is the Crochet Know-How section, where beginners and more experienced crocheters will find all the stitches required to make the projects explained in an easy-to-understand way.
Four easy to make Amigurumi crochet patterns: Puffy Pals: easy little animals. Little babies with cute animal caps. Little girls Flowers with a ladybug and bee. 55 photos help you with every step of the dolls. A basic knowlegde of crochet terms is required to read the patterns.
Author : Various Authors
ISBN : 9781447493594
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 44.21 MB
Format : PDF
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Crochet pattern flowers lace bolero by marifu6a Skill Level: Easy. Size: One size S-L Material: 2 balls (acrylic 100gr-300mt), hook nr.3mm You can use any colors This is easy to follow TUTORIAL CROCHET PATTERN with written instructions in English (US terms) completed with detailed pictures and diagrams, 20 sheets. And video tutorial. The 'list of used stitches' is translated in Dutch, UK English, and Italian, French and German crochet terms. American crochet terms, with tutorial pictures showing the stitches row by row made it so much easier to work with the pattern even for the beginner. If you know to crochet, make it! You will enjoy! :) You are not allowed to sell, copy, distribute or share my patterns (or the pictures within it) in any form.
Fabulous Flowers - Never Need Watering, Always in Bloom! Make roses, calla lilies, birds of paradise, and 14 more “perennial" favorites. Projects for all skill levels, with easy step-by-step instructions and how-to photos. Make one or a dozen, a single variety or a mixed bouquet. Use as seasonal home accents and gifts for friends and family. Flowers so lifelike, you'll want to reach out and touch them! Now you can make them yourself, even if you're a beginning sewer. The secret is wool felt and simple fabric sculpting techniques created by expert Lynne Farris. The book includes 17 complete projects with patterns and easy-to-follow instructions. Toss in a few everyday craft supplies and you'll be well on your way to creating your own glorious, stitched flower garden. Simplify Your Felt Flower Projects with SIMPLY STEMS Ready-to-Use, Pre-Wrapped Wire Stems. Available in 1/4" Diameter and 1" Diameter
Author : Laura Scott
ISBN : 1882138651
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 29.2 MB
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Remember those exquisite crochet projects that your grandmother used to make? This beautiful book is filled to the brim with more than 75 authentic patterns from before 1950. To make the patterns easy to follow, we asked our crochet editors to update the instructions and restitch the projects with today's yarns and threads. You'll love stitching these wonderful crocheted treasures from yesterday!