Crochet and Knitting

Crochet and Knitting

Teach yourself to knit or crochet, and start creating wonderful bags, belts, blankets, bracelets, cords, dresses, earrings, hats, lace, mittens, pullovers, rugs, scarves, shawls, sweaters, and so much more. These crafts are inexpensive, portable and fun. Crochet is easy enough for even a child to learn, yet too complex for any machine to imitate. The Knitting Renaissance has been fueled by an increased availability of exotic natural fibers, plus the emergence of stunning new novelty yarns. Let’s grab a book and get started!
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  1. Lace Collection for Knitting

    Lace Collection for Knitting

    Knit beautiful lace clothing and accessories with this beautifully photographed collection of stylish projects. Some of the world's top lace designers share 23 of their best patterns. You'll learn to knit exquisite lace shawls, sweaters, cardigans, scarves, hats, gloves, and more, with row-by-row directions and charted instructions. A range of different patterns is provided for every season, along with 6 quick lace projects for beginners. Includes yarn reviews, practical advice for correcting mistakes, and the secrets of blocking lace for a perfect finish. Learn More
  2. Designer Cross Stitch Projects

    Designer Cross Stitch Projects

    This collection of contemporary cross-stitch projects is packed with vibrant, on-trend charts from today's hottest designers, such as Jan Constantine, Felicity Hall, Emily Peacock, Floss & Mischief, Mr. X Stitch, and more. It offers more than 100 designs, inspired by current fashion and interiors trends and bursting with color. Learn More
  3. Hello! Macrame

    Hello! Macrame

    Learn to make stylish rugs, plant hangers, lampshades, necklaces, bangles, cuffs, purses, and more, using colorful macramé craft cords. Step-by-step illustrations and instructions guide you through every stitch. Learn More
  4. Rag Rugs, 2nd Edition, Revised and Expanded

    Rag Rugs, 2nd Edition, Revised and Expanded

    Use leftover fabrics and a large crochet hook to create fun and easy rugs. Sixteen projects offer endless possibilities of color and fabric combinations. Learn More
  5. Finger Knitting

    Finger Knitting

    Learn to knit with only your fingers, instead of with traditional knitting needles. 13 totally cute projects are provided for making stylish wearables and home decor. Learn More
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