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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 04 September 2013
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782210009
  • Stock: 50+
  • Hurt Stock: £2.50 (1 available)
  • Size: 155x215 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 48
  • RRP Price: £4.99
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Crocheted Beanies

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by Frauke Kiedaisch

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Book Description

Beanies are a must-have for any season. Whether sporty, glamorous, trendy or offbeat theres a style here to suit everyone. The best thing about crocheted beanies is their versatility and that is why they are so much fun to design and create.
There are 20 crochet hat projects featured in this book, with designs suitable for beginners as well as experienced crocheters. The reader will find a helpful step-by-step techniques section at the front of the book with explanatory diagrams and a guide to yarn lengths. Each project is accompanied by clear instructions and a list of the materials and equipment needed, with a beautiful colour photograph of the finished beanie.

20 fantastic crochet hat designs
Easy-to-follow knitting patterns and helpful techniques
Beanies are currently a huge fashion trend

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About the Author

About Frauke Kiedaisch

Frauke Kiedaisch is a textile designer based in Germany. She studied at the School of Art and Design in Hannover and then worked for a number of womens magazines. She now lives and works in Hofheim as a freelance editor and designer for yarn producers and magazines.
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Crochet Addict UK

April 2015

I love the twenty to make range of books. They offer fantastic value for amazing how to's. Crocheted Beanies is a fantastic addition to the range. Personally I would classify them as slouchies rather than beanies. This shouldn't however detract from the fantastic designs

held within the book. There is a good range in the designs and they cover most crocheter levels from beginner up. Some of the designs are in written format and a couple are in chart format.

I love the use of different materials, techniques and styles to create such a varying design

of hats. I had never followed a chart but even I found it easy enough to make one of the hats

I really like this book and have already chosen another hat to make for a friend. I decided to make as my first project the Filet Fun hat. It was a really fun easy hat to make and I love the design.

I love the added touch of the flower design as well. It adds that little something extra to the hat.

Overall this book offers amazing value for money. You get a varied amount of designs for such a small price. If you want to crochet a hat then this is a fantastic book for you.

http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2015/04/twenty-to-make-crocheted-beanies-review.html


Simply Crochet

Issue 12

Crochet hats always make for satisfying and fairly speedy makes. This book is part of the Twenty to Make range and contains (you've guessed it) 20 fun and stylish patterns for beanies lacy ones, stripy ones, flowery ones and fuzzy ones there's sure to be a design or two that you'll love. They make great gifts too. The patterns are easy to follow and there are how-tos on the inside covers.

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