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Everything Crochet
8.750
دار النشر : مكتبة سعيد وسمير (أس أند أس)

عدد التقييمات 20 - عدد التعليقات 3

Covered in the pages of this in-depth, how-to book are the answers to a wide range of nuts-and-bolts questions that crocheters are often unable to find in standard tutorial crochet books that cover only the basics. Fledgling stitchers will learn how to read patterns, work with multiples, successfully substitute yarns, effectively master seaming, evaluate gauge, convert mea Covered in the pages of this in-depth, how-to book are the answers to a wide range of nuts-and-bolts questions that crocheters are often unable to find in standard tutorial crochet books that cover only the basics. Fledgling stitchers will learn how to read patterns, work with multiples, successfully substitute yarns, effectively master seaming, evaluate gauge, convert measurements, enlarge patterns for a perfect fit, fix crochet mishaps, use special hooks, work with color, block projects, and crochet fitted socks. Beyond the basics, this guide also shows crafters the ins and outs of felting, mosaic crochet, Swedish embroidery, tambour, fair isle, flatwork bead crochet, and even how to process and crochet pet hair. This book will also help readers organize their crochet supplies and yarn scraps and even show them how to take their crochet to a professional level. Projects include pillows, a ladies- jacket, socks, toys, a.

عن المؤلف


Carol Alexander(Editor)Connie Ellison(Editor)

CAROL ALEXANDER is an award-winning editor, investigative journalist and reporter who has chronicled life and times in the Midwest at five newspapers. She never expected to join the ranks of pig farmers, but is glad she did. Just like the pig, Taylorville, IL is her adopted hometown. ...اقرأ المزيد
عدد الصفحات 304
وزن الشحن 400 جرام
نوع المجلد Paperback
نوع المنتج كتاب
رقم المنتج ‪ 910-SAED.SAMIR-0140
رقم ISBN ‪ 9781596353619
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القارئ Annette McIntyre  
A nice book that is very helpful to beginning crocheters - in fact I would recommend every crocheter to have copy in their reference library as it is very useful as a reminder of techniques you may not have used in a while and have forgotten how to do.

القارئ Katherine Cowley  
Truly the best crochet reference I have read. Most crochet reference books are either a collection of fancy stitches, or only useful for beginners. While this does include a fair number of stitches, and there are several nice chapters with detailed diagrams and pictures for beginners, this book goes way beyond that, addressing broader techniques like cross stitching on crochet, details about dozens of yarns and why you might use them, detailing advanced finishing techniques, explaining how to su Truly the best crochet reference I have read. Most crochet reference books are either a collection of fancy stitches, or only useful for beginners. While this does include a fair number of stitches, and there are several nice chapters with detailed diagrams and pictures for beginners, this book goes way beyond that, addressing broader techniques like cross stitching on crochet, details about dozens of yarns and why you might use them, detailing advanced finishing techniques, explaining how to submit original patterns for publication, techniques on creating different sizes of pre-existing patterns, and much, mu. Reading it actually saved me hours on the afghan I just completed, because it helped me improve my technique in several areas. I can honestly say that if I was going to own one crochet book, this would be it.

القارئ Marie Segares  
Everything Crochet is a book book I would recommend to one of my beginner crochet students as s/he builds a reference library to help improve and expand her/his own crochet skills. It provides an in depth review of some of the great mysteries of crochet that most of us learn over time through trial and error and an introduction to many of the lesser known crochet techniques. The book aims to bring you from beginner through crochet professional as a detailed reference book for crochet. In the not Everything Crochet is a book book I would recommend to one of my beginner crochet students as s/he builds a reference library to help improve and expand her/his own crochet skills. It provides an in depth review of some of the great mysteries of crochet that most of us learn over time through trial and error and an introduction to many of the lesser known crochet techniques. The book aims to bring you from beginner through crochet professional as a detailed reference book for crochet. In the note from the editors, Carol Alexander and Connie Ellison announce, "At last, here is that one, must-have guidebook that will become a much-used and treasured staple in any crocheter-s library." I-m not sure any book can live up to the standard of being the one book that every crocheter will need, but this one definitely covers a lot of areas usually ignored in other crochet guides.The book is organized into 17 chapters:1) Stitch Basics2) Weights & Measures3) Reading Patterns4) Special Helps5) Crochet Hooks & Tools6) Yarns 1017) Getting It Together8) The Right Fit9) Working With Color10) Professional Touches11) Reinvent and Recycle12) Not Your Ordinary Crochet13) Crochet Care14) Getting Organized15) Teaching Kids to Crochet16) The Business of Crochet17) Tips from the ProsThe book fills a gap that many self-taught crocheters may have by having a few really strong sections. Chapter 1 provides detailed explanation of the basic stitches, with diagrams and swatches. It actually explains (visually) how to count your stitches and rows, which is something that often confuses beginners. (And how can you check your gauge if you can-t count your stitches?) Similarly Chapter 3 really walks you through understanding not just the pattern abbreviations but what different expressions actually mean. The gauge section in Chapter 4 really demonstrates the benefits of checking gauge and swatching. For your inner nerd, Chapters 5 and 6 go into the history of crochet hooks and the process of making acrylic yarn, respectively. Chapter 7 does a great job of showing different seaming techniques and their impact on the finished piece. Chapter 8 walks you through creating your own project based on the shape of an existing garment (in this case, a skirt). It also has a nice sock section - great news since crocheted socks seem to be all the rage these days. Chapter 10 reviews several finishing techniques, like buttons, pockets, and fringe.Chapter 12 provides an introduction to many techniques that usually left out of other crochet guides, like felting, fair isle, mosaic, filet, beadwork, tambour crochet, and crocheting on fabric, as well as Swedish embroidery. Chapter 13 gives clear instructions on taking good care of your creations so they can have a long life. Chapter 15 and 16 are helpful if you are considering teaching or designing. Chapter 17 provides (unsorted) tips from (anonymous) pros. These are very helpful overall.On the down side, Chapter 2 feels like a print out from the Yarn Standards website without much added. Chapter 11, which I thought might focus on using upcycled materials for crocheting, actually emphasizes attaching applique to fabric and looks pretty dated. Chapter 9 does a great job of explaining color theory but doesn-t provide enough details about the techniques of color changing for a beginner. Chapter 14 doesn-t seem as valuable to me as the other chapters - I would have left it out to a details on colorwork or specialized techniques.The book also relies heavily on illustrations rather than on photographs. I know I personally find photographs easier to understand, and most of my students do too. Some of the swatch photographs appear messy and unblocked. In general, the patterns seem a bit clunky and not very fresh. The designers- names are not listed so it seems like these may be recycled patterns from other Annie-s Attic books.Overall, for the price, Everything Crochet is an excellent value. This is definitely a solid reference book that a beginner, advanced beginner, or intermediate crocheter can learn a lot from and refer to many times. The book is especially valuable for a largely self- or internet-taught crocheter (sorry internet!) who hasn-t had a teacher there to guide them towards learning specific skills or techniques. If the patterns are not your style, there are great patterns elsewhere but it is hard to find an inexpensive book that can teach you this much in the way of technique.


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