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  1. Crochet Yeah!

    Crochet Yeah!

    As we are not crochetters (hookers!?), it's been tricky to pick out the loveliest crochet books and patterns because we promise to try everything. However we have neglected our crochet folk for too long and have decided that The Crochet Project is the perfect place to start because it's written for a gorgeous yarn and is by two lovely crochet designers! Michelle is going to learn to crochet in 2017 but until then, we promise to do our best! This dinky book has 6 gorgeous accessories patterns: Tenbury Mittens Tenbury Hat Evesham Socks Bromsgove Hat Worcester Scarf Malvern Cowl All of the patterns are written for Coop Knit Socks Yeah yarn and are completely irresistible! UK Crochet terminology - so those in the know have told us. All images are copyright of Kat Goldin.
  2. Everyday Wearables from The Crochet Project

    Everyday Wearables from The Crochet Project

    Everyday Wearables is a collection of eight wardrobe staples to crochet, written by Joanne Scrace from The Crochet Project. Included in this book is a series of photo tutorials that will take the adventurous beginner a step further on on their crochet journey and cover the skills needed to create beautiful pieces to cherish. The yarns used in this book include Fyberspates Vivacious 4ply, Stolen Stitches Nua, Coopknits Socks Yeah! and Socks Yeah! DK.
  3. Pick and Mix from The Crochet Project

    Pick and Mix from The Crochet Project

    Using this book, you can create your own completely unique design by pairing your choice of sweater, cardigan or hat with your choice of four colourwork patterns and your choice of four main stitch patterns. They all work beautifully together without the need for any extra maths. Jo and Kat have even included the maths and pattern writing assumptions so you can have a go at designing your own stitch patterns if you’d like to. Each stitch pattern is written and charted, and lots of advice has been included throughout the book to help you create the perfect item even if it is your first garment. Although the colourwork looks complicated, each pattern uses only one colour at a time (no stranding) and there are some tips on how to avoid getting into a tangle. There’s also the chance to make a patch pocket or a hat to get practice with the colourwork pattern before you dive in. This book is for everybody and every body. The patterns are suitable for age 2 upwards, are all unisex and offer inclusive sizing and fitting options. This is a crochet book.
  4. Riley & Saunders Socks Pattern (Crochet)

    Riley & Saunders Socks Pattern (Crochet)

    This printed booklet contains two gorgeous sock patterns designed by Joanne Scrace of The Crochet Project. Riley is written for a traditional sock yarn, 4ply or fingering weight, and creates a fine sock that fits well into shoes. Saunders is written for aran or worsted weight yarn for a cosy boot or slipper sock. Both patterns are very comfortable to wear, the crochet stitch pattern has been carefully selected to give maximum stretch for a sock that hugs your foot. Both patterns are written in seven sizes to fit babies through to adult male - the whole family can have warm feet! Patterns are written using UK crochet terminology with US conversions given in the abbreviations section. Schematics are provided throughout.
  5. The Accessories Project: Book 1

    The Accessories Project: Book 1

    This gorgeous new book from The Crochet Project includes four accessory sets by Joanne Scrace and Kat Goldin of The Crochet Project. Each set is based around a simple pattern that is used in each piece of the set. The book includes a wealth of interesting techniques and constructions (from sideways short rows, to cables to picot lace) to create some really lovely pieces. Even Michelle may be tempted to put her knitting aside to crochet some of these!

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  6. The Shawl Project Book 3

    The Shawl Project Book 3

    The Crochet Project team love shawls so have introduced a third book of magnificent shawls. Book three contains 5 beautiful shawl projects that focus on the use of mini-skeins. we love a good shawl, and we know you do too so we are back with another collection. The patterns work well whether you want to invest in mini skein sets or if you want to use up small amounts of yarn left over from other projects that is just too nice not to use (sock knitters will identify with this problem in particular), with each pattern using either a 100g pack of 4ply mini skeins or a pack of mini skeins and an additional 100g of 4ply yarn. Images copyright of The Crochet Project. Each book includes a download code for a digital version.

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  7. The Shawl Project Book 4

    The Shawl Project Book 4

    Joanne Scrace and Kat Goldin from The Crochet Project are back with the latest in their popular 'Shawl Project' series! This time the projects focus on all types of gorgeous gradient yarns; from sets of co-ordinating skeins to skeins which transition from one colour to the next; and how best to use them in a shawl and show them off to their fullest. The book contains five beautiful crochet shawl designs worked in a variety of indie and commercial yarns, three worked in 4ply weight and two in lace weight yarns.

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