Simply Crochet : 30 Stylish Designs for Every Day, Paperback

Simply Crochet : 30 Stylish Designs for Every Day Paperback

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Your invitation to pretty crochet with a stash-busting twist!

Robyn Chachula offers valuable designer advice and stylish crochet projects with a stash-busting twist in Simply Crochet.

Robyn's enthusiasm for beautiful crochet coupled with her expert construction skills inspired this collection of patterns for crocheters looking to get maximum use out of their yarn.

Inside you'll find 22 cleverly designed one, three, and five skein patterns for creating charming crocheted jewelry, scarves, bags, shawls, socks, vests, skirts, cardigans, jackets, home accessories, and baby friendly items.

These patterns-from top designers including Carol Ventura, Tracie Barrett, Kristin Omdahl, and Doris Chan-will help you learn how to maximize the value of your yarn without compromising on style.

Also included are designer tips on saving money and getting the most from your yarn stash.

Robyn has outlined everything you need to know to decide which stitch choices and stitch patterns to choose in making your yarn go the furthest with any pattern.

You'll also find creative ideas for up-cycling vests and tanks into tunics and pullovers with just an additional skein or two of yarn. Simply Crochet offers creative ideas and inventive solutions for resourceful crocheters of all skill levels looking for to get the most out of their yarn.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 150 pages, 140 colour
  • Publisher: Interweave Press Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Knitting & crochet
  • ISBN: 9781596682986



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A beautifully photographed collection of nicely modern crochet designs. I haven't tried any of the patterns yet, but it looks like the instructions are very clear, and many projects are photographed from a variety of angles so that you can see the detail of the pattern and the places where joining might be tricky by instruction alone. I'm pretty sure I'm going to want to buy my own copy rather than constantly renewing the library one before I start any patterns, which is the reason I haven't done any yet.