Crochet to Calm: Stitch and de-Stress with 18 Simple Crochet Patterns

Crochet to Calm Stitch and de Stress with Simple Crochet Patterns Discover the relaxing craft of crochet Creative and calming crafting is the perfect way to destress In Crochet to Calm you ll learn how the repetitive motion of this popular craft can not only clear

  • Title: Crochet to Calm: Stitch and de-Stress with 18 Simple Crochet Patterns
  • Author: Interweave Editors
  • ISBN: 9781632504951
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • Discover the relaxing craft of crochet Creative and calming, crafting is the perfect way to destress In Crochet to Calm you ll learn how the repetitive motion of this popular craft can not only clear your mind but also result in beautiful projects you ll be proud to show off Best yet All you need is a hook and a bit of yarn to get started From home accent projects sucDiscover the relaxing craft of crochet Creative and calming, crafting is the perfect way to destress In Crochet to Calm you ll learn how the repetitive motion of this popular craft can not only clear your mind but also result in beautiful projects you ll be proud to show off Best yet All you need is a hook and a bit of yarn to get started From home accent projects such as the Zinia Pillow, Meditative Mandala coaster, and the Papillon Pouf to cozy wearables like the Pinecone Infinity Scarf, Slouchy Slipper Boots, or Peachy Arm Warmers, you ll find 18 fun, easy projects that can be completed in almost no time at all And with easy to follow photography and clear illustrations, you ll be inspired to try every last one Featuring a foreword by Mandy O Sullivan, founder of CraftasTherapy, Crochet to Calm will take your stress away, one stitch at a time.

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    1. Overall, its a pretty neat pattern book. I would have easily given this five(5) stars if not for a couple of patterns thats quite difficult to comprehend against its claim of 'simple' crochet patterns on its front cover. One of the patterns got me in 'stitches' (pun intended) trying to figure out a round. So thats really frustrating.

    2. I loved this book. Inspiring pictures and clear instructions. I already made several of the patterns. Unfortunately, the library wants its copy back. It would be nice to have a copy of my own. Hint hint to anyone out there looking to give me a gift. :)

    3. Beautiful Projects to CrochetI've had my eyes on this book for a few weeks now and finally downloaded it to my Kindle. The directions are simple and straightforward. I look forward to making some of the pillow projects!

    4. I love the concept but there were only 2 patterns I found interesting. There were others I liked but know I can find easily for free online. Adding to GR for reference.

    5. The patterns and designs are simple and accessible. I haven't tried any, as I have something else in the works; but I'm going to return to this one if for no other reason than the Circle Square pillow. Also, a cute pair of slippers that look like something even I may be able to manage.

    6. I liked the patterns in this book and the thought behind the ones that were chosen. This was a pretty decent collection.

    7. We all need a bit if calm in our lives. This book contains 18 patterns, ranging from a simple granny square pillow, to a multicoloured hat worked with variegated yarn. The projects are divided into two groups; For the Home and Friends, Family, and you. There are basic crocheting instructions for the beginner or if you just need to refresh your skills. I highly recommend this book for all levels of crocheter. It will be finding a place on my shelf.

    8. I loved the sock and slipper patterns, and the others are good for ideas. I can't read crochet patterns but think I can figure some of these out from the photos alone.

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