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FWMI10101 David & Charles

200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets, Throws and Afghans

by David & Charles
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Product Description

    • From Art Deco geometric patterns to traditional chequer-board stripes and elaborate motifs, discover new ways to combine colour, pattern and texture
    • Find out how to create wonderful and unique afghans, wall hangings and accessories in a kaleidoscope of colourful contemporary and traditional designs
    • All stitches and techniques are clearly explained with step-by-step illustrations, from working in rows and in the round to joining blocks and making figures
    • About the Author Jan Eaton is a needlecraft and textile designer
    • 200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets, Throws and Afghans Choose from 200 beautiful block designs and learn different ways of joining them to make blankets and throws that are both functional and decorative
    • Crochet is one of the oldest and most fascinating ways of creating a fabric out of yarn
    • At-a-glance symbols denote the methods used and level of difficulty, so both new and experienced crafters can easily create a crochet masterpiece
    • She has published many needlecraft books, including Country Crochet and Knitted Lace and Crochet Basics.

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  • ISBN 10:715321412
    ISBN 13:9780715321416

Specifications

  • Book Pages:128
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  • HCODE

    FWMI10101

  • MPN

    9780715321416

  • MANUFACTURER

    David and Charles PLC

  • EAN CODE

    9780715321416

  • CONDITION

    NEW

  • ORIGIN

    United Kingdom

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