The Best Crochet Ebooks - July 2020
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Edie has her hands in many facets of the fiber arts—teaching, composing, designing and editing. Her designs are modern classics accessible to the average knitter or crocheter; they have appeared in many yarn company books, magazines and design leaflets. Edie travels widely teaching at conventions, shops and guilds. She enjoys sharing in that “aha” instant when her students grasp a new method.
Edie is the author of Around the Corner Crochet Borders, The Way to Knit Socks: Three Approaches Made Easy, The Crochet Answer Book and Beyond-the-Square Crochet Motifs, as well as many other publications and pattern leaflets. See all Edie Eckman products
I like crochet and goal to create cute and simple to create Amigurumi dolls with definite instructions. Have a look at free patterns and tutorials on my site.See all Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen products
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Thank you for stopping by my Author Central Page. I'm a fulltime Mother to three gorgeous girls, along with a self-confessed wool craft enthusiast! My Mother taught me how to knit at a really early age and following the first disastrous projects and frustration-induced 'hissy fits', the craft simply 'clicked' (pun intended) with me, and I have been a knitting enthusiast since.
However, something which bugged me for many years was seeing beautiful patterns that I wanted to create, only to find that they were crochet patterns and not knitting designs. For a reason I had a mental block with crochet - it was from the 'too hard basket'. All that changed only a few years back when I saw the most stunning pattern for a shawl which I simply HAD to make - and it was a crochet pattern. I had been on a mission. I sat myself down with a book from the library and then taught myself how to crochet. Can it be all plain sailing? No, not at all, but after some time it just 'clicked' for me personally (such as with the knitting) and I now enjoy crochet just up to knitting.
Once I was teaching myself the way to crochet among the things I had a issue with was recalling the specific steps to produce each distinct stitch. I needed to keep flicking through the library publication pages to find the directions, then flick back to the job pattern I was trying to follow along, all whilst holding my crochet hook and yarn at exactly the exact same moment. This is where using the instructions to hand in your own Kindle could make life a lot easier; you don't need to thumb backwards and forward through heaps of pages - you can just go to the Table of Contents and click on through to find the instructions for each particular stitch.
I am hoping that my book 'The Way To Crochet - A Guide For Newbies' will inspire a great deal of folks to have a go at this enjoyable and creative pastime!