Stitch 'n Bitch Crochet : The Happy Hooker Paperback
Debbie does crochet! Debbie Stoller, the "knitting superstar", has been leading an entire movement of hip young knitters with her New York Times bestseller Stitch 'n Bitch and it's follow up Stitch 'n Bitch Nation.
But guess what? For every one knitter in the world there are three crocheters - which translates into millions of hip and crafty crocheter's ready to be happy hookers with stitch 'n bitch attitude.
Written in cheeky chick style, this heavily illustrated book - featuring four-colour photographs and instructional illustrations throughout - is chock full of instruction, inspiration, and to-die-for designs, from a fishnet skullcap to a lacy evening wrap.
For knitters and new crocheter's exploring the hook comes the primer, a discussion of tools, what the gauges mean, plus basic techniques and stitch patterns - including the chain stitch, picot, flowers, filet crochet, changing yarns, and finishing. 40 fabulous funky projects - and no, there are no grandma's doilies!
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages, colour illustrations
- Publisher: Workman Publishing
- Publication Date: 25/02/2006
- Category: Knitting & crochet
- ISBN: 9780761139850
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Review by r0ckcandy
A good book for someone beginning crochet or someone a little bit advanced. Check the errata before starting any projects. It's riddled with mistakes.
Review by Greenberry
I've made quite a few pieces from this book and really enjoy the sassy attitude of the author and the fun designs.
Review by laurazlsk
It was my first book. There is lots of information -- great to learn from with soooooo many patterns to choose from. I did find a few of the instructions hard to understand as a beginner but looking up the how to on youtube helped plenty. I found the Crochet Answer Book was far more helpful --- easier to understand with a lot less content to teach the same thing. Since it is a learning book, more advanced crochet techniques would have been a real nice addition.
Review by StarKnits
This book is a book I recommend to almost anyone who's learning to crochet or wants to have a better understanding of the craft. It breaks down how to crochet in a clear and humorous way. There are great patterns in the book also.
Review by anitalite
This is a how to crochet book I'd give any beginner, intermediate, or even advanced crochet artist for a gift on any occasion. Debbie Stoller makes learning to crochet fun and funny. The entire book is full of illustrations and photos for the tutorials and patterns, accompanied by tongue N cheek humor with a slightly provocative flavor in directions for the tutorials, tips, techniques, etc. The title Happy Hooker gives one the idea of the type of humor inside the book. This is a must-have for any library of a crochet artist or prospective crocheter.
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