Vogue Knitting Stitchionary 4: Crochet: The Ultimate Stitch Dictionary

Vogue Knitting Stitchionary Crochet The Ultimate Stitch Dictionary This fourth entry in the best selling series of Stitchionaries from Vogue Knitting is just what crocheters asked for It provides the most comprehensive collection of crochet stitches ever all culled

  • Title: Vogue Knitting Stitchionary 4: Crochet: The Ultimate Stitch Dictionary
  • Author: Vogue Knitting
  • ISBN: 9781933027203
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This fourth entry in the best selling series of Stitchionaries from Vogue Knitting is just what crocheters asked for It provides the most comprehensive collection of crochet stitches ever, all culled from the archives of Vogue Knitting, the most trusted source for knitting and crochet There s simply nothing else like it on the market, so it s certain to become the esseThis fourth entry in the best selling series of Stitchionaries from Vogue Knitting is just what crocheters asked for It provides the most comprehensive collection of crochet stitches ever, all culled from the archives of Vogue Knitting, the most trusted source for knitting and crochet There s simply nothing else like it on the market, so it s certain to become the essential reference in every needleworker s library Divided into sections that focus on basic stitches, geometric designs, edgings, lace, unusual motifs, and embellishments, it includes concise instructions, charts, and gorgeous photographs of than 200 color patterns Select from a traditional granny square a lacy rose window diagonal and cluster spikes stripes, checks, and ruffles and a five petal flower Crocheters will dip into this inspirational and attractive volume again and again.A Selection of the Crafter s Choice Book Club.

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    • Samantha Arias says:

      I am more of a knitter than a crocheter so it would be hard for me to judge the originality of some of the patterns but I liked the book. It had a range from beginner to expert. Had a few patterns in it that I was questioning. One pattern of connecting flowers looked like it would have been cool on the pattern side but once you looked at the swatch it was all out of shape and lost its flowerness. And a few of the patterns actually looked so much alike other then for small differences. Nothing in [...]

    • Vanessa says:

      Hmmwe'll see if this book is any good soon. Although, I will be honest and say that my review may be biased, because I have always been a little resentful about how pretty the previous 3 books were, and how up until now the Stitchionary series has been knit-exclusive. Too little too late, Stitchionary!But I will update and be honest once I read it :)In the meanwhile, here is the review from Craft Gossip:"This book is jammed full of color pictures and includes several stitch patterns I’ve not s [...]

    • Kristine says:

      stitch dictionaries are important for me, helping me create somethingg interesting and (as strange as it sounds) unique. seems like the more diverse of a stitch knowledge I have, the more my imagination can go wild. this is a beautiful book, like the others in the series, and it's the first crochet one in the series. I particularly like the motifs and squares they show, it's a different selection than I've seen before. this is going on my wishlist!

    • Lisa says:

      Very detailed & easy to understand.

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